Since the debut of "Satan's Structure" in 1997, the Hell in a Cell has become one of the WWE's most popular gimmick matches. Usually used to conclude a long-running feud, in earlier years the matches featured brutal in-ring action and the occasional spectacular bump from the top of the cell itself.
Since becoming an annual pay-per-view in 2009 and hosting multiple Hell in a Cell matches in the same night, the gimmick has begun to lose some of it's luster. These days the cell is often an unnecessary and irrelevant object, seldom even used in the match. The PG rating hasn't helped things, as the drama and violence inherent in the match have been severely diluted.
There have been twenty-five Hell in a Cell matches staged since the inaugural contest, and enough articles have been written debating the merits of which is the best.
This article will instead focus on a contest that isn't regarded as an official Hell in a Cell contest, but is without a doubt the single worst match to ever include the use of the gimmick. Three short words that still send a shiver down the spine of those unfortunate to witness it.
Kennel From Hell.