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WWE HELL IN A CELL: WOMEN CLOSED THE SHOW WITH A BACK AND FORTH, BREATH-TAKING MAIN EVENT (CONSEQUENCES)

This one is definitely the best women's extreme match ever!

Our AWOW opinion is that it beats Bayley vs. Sasha Banks at WWE NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn match!

This Hell in a Cell match changed women's wrestling landscape totally!

Here I want to insert one fact - TNA has made steel cage matches, for years, but they are not on the level of this one! 

Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte Flair was an amazing quality and full of risks match. The Boss landed on her neck several times and that powerbomb beginning was just ... WOW! I can't find the words. My colleagues, too!

I enjoyed the dramatic element at the beginning, when it looked like the match is ruined. I enjoy and trembled, every second of it . Because these women gave the maximum of them and it was legendary!

We have a new champion, but both women are winners! 

That title exchange was sort of curious for me until I realize that they want to bring Charlotte's winning streak at PPVs to the record book. Yes, Charlotte Flair is an amazing athlete - powerful and skillful. She put a lot of dedication in her heel character and her brutal style of wrestling, but was she better than the Boss? 

My answer is that both women were perfect and bring a lot of drama in the ring/the cell. 

The consequences are that we have record three times RAW Women's Champion, we have another reign of terror for the women's division and most importantly we have a historical match, that granted that these women's names will be granted not just a Hall of Fame place, but place in the history of the women's wrestling history at all!

The match was the peak of long years of hard working, of establishment of women's division and wrestling scene, of sexualization turned into real competition. Years of names and pieces of history. Decades of women like Trish Stratus, Lita, Molly Holly and etc, to paved the way and NXT ladies to break the stereotypes and grab the opportunities to write a whole new and legendary pages in WWE Women's division history and not only!

We can't wait to see what is coming next!

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