Bobby Lashley defeated Drew McIntyre at Hell in a Cell on Sunday in a same-titled match
to retain the WWE Championship.
However, The All-Mighty owed a huge debt of gratitude to Hurt Business associate MVP
for his victory
When the initial referee was injured, McIntyre called for a replacement to step inside
the cage. MVP saw his opportunity and slipped into the structure and interfered with the
Then, while the Scot was lining up a Claymore Kick on Lashley, MVP grabbed his foot
from outside the ring. That allowed the champion to roll up the challenger and keep his
The two men have been at odds for months, dating back to Elimination Chamber in
February when Lashley attacked the Scot, allowing The Miz to cash in his Money in the
Bank contract and become WWE champion.
After beating Miz for the WWE title one week later, The All-Mighty and McIntyre began a
heated feud that ran up to WrestleMania 37. They faced off in the opening contest on
Night 1, meaning it was the first match back in front of fans since the start of the COVID-
It was widely expected that The Scottish Warrior would regain the title after not having
the opportunity to celebrate in front of fans the previous year when he beat Brock Lesnar
at WrestleMania 36, but it was Lashley who prevailed thanks to some help from MVP.
Despite the loss, McIntyre remained in the title hunt and was granted a rematch at
WrestleMania Backlash, although a loss to Braun Strowman on Raw resulted in The
Monster Among Men being added to make it a Triple Threat.