October 30th, 2016 | On top of becoming the first women to headline a PPV event, the heated rivalry between Sasha Banks and Charlotte Flair led to the first-ever Women’s Hell in a Cell match in 2016. The defending champion Sasha put on a strong and physical fight against Charlotte – at one point, managing to break free from the Figure Eight with hard chair shots to the hip. In the end, however, Charlotte was able to capture her third Raw Women’s Championship after tossing Sasha several times through the table and hitting the Natural Selection.

What are your memories of this moment?

14 COMMENTS

  1. This match……. really wasn’t all that good.

    Yes I know, coming from a fan of both women. But this match really dragged. It was slow, it was filled with several noticeable notches, like when Charlotte threw sasha at the table and it didn’t break. It went on for way too long and plus I didn’t think Charlotte was the right person to go over in this match. When Charlotte got the pin fall, the crowd went silent. This to me was the weakest of their 100 matches they had on raw in 2016.

  2. whilst i felt this storyline dragged too long, their was matches whilst sometimes repetitive were always solid! this however was one of their best encounters, and imo the best match, both were ready for this type of stipulation and their were some amazing spots! looking back this and sasha’s first title win were the best moments of this storyline

    • I honestly really liked the injury fakeout – it told a story and it got Charlotte MAJOR heat from the Boston crowd. The ending sucked terribly though – Sasha should have retained! that was the ONE time I think almost everyone can say that Sasha was robbed.

      Sasha will always get second rate treatment as long as there is a Caucasian blond woman to push though, but we been knew this tbh