Charlotte Flair made history at Hell in a Cell by defeating Bayley for the SmackDown Women’s Championship. This earned her the tenth women’s title win that no female wrestler in the world possesses. The match started with Flair locking in the Boston Crab locked in but Bayley poked her into the eyes to break the hold.
After initial domination by Bayley, Flair countered a Figure-Four with a big boot. Charlotte Flair hit a backbreaker followed by a Natural Selection for a close 2 count. She nailed Bayley with Fall-away Slam and another big boot to lock in the Figure-Eight, finally. Bayley had no choice but to tap out to hand over the monumental title win to The Queen.
WWE officially added one last match at Hell in a Cell which appeared to be an otherwise lackluster card that had fewer attractions. For the first time in a long time, a pay-per-view event went on air with only four matches’ buildups. The fourth one included in the PPV was this SmackDown women’s championship match between Charlotte Flair and Bayley.
We have already seen these two colliding at Clash of Champions that did not last for even five minutes. Perhaps the officials already knew they were about to square off, once again to continue this lackluster storyline. The only high stake about this contest was that Charlotte Flair could pick up her record 10th women’s championship with a win, (courtesy WWE.com)
“Will The Genetically Superior athlete capture an awe-inspiring 10th championship? Will Bayley use her new edge to once again best her long-time rival? Will either Superstar resort to underhanded tactics to leave with the SmackDown Women’s Title? Find out when WWE Hell in a Cell streams, live on Sunday, Oct. 6, at 7 ET/4 PT on the award-winning WWE Network!”
— WWE (@WWE) October 7, 2019
The second-generation superstar indeed stood tall at Hell in a Cell making history, once again. More importantly, she took one step ahead to break her father’s record of 10 world championship reigns. Her success rate suggests she will soon hold the accolade and cement her legacy as the all-time greatest female superstar.