Even with a 5-ton, 20-foot-high, sadistic steel structure surrounding the main events at WWE Hell in a Cell, there's no telling what outside forces might bust in on the action. WWE.com showcases those moments Superstars penetrated the Devil's Playground in order to influence the madness within.
Breaking and entering 'Hell'
Who could forget the infamous moment at In Your House: Badd Blood 1997, when Kane debuted in WWE? After turning out the lights on The Undertaker’s showdown with Shawn Michaels in the first-ever Hell in a Cell, The Big Red Monster literally ripped the door off the Cell, delivering a Tombstone piledriver to his horrific half-brother that allowed HBK to “steel” the victory.
Beware of bolt cutters in the Playground
At Hell in a Cell 2009, Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase locked Triple H out in the DX vs. Legacy Tag Team Hell in a Cell Match before it even began. This left The Game's partner, HBK, to suffer an absolutely brutal double assault at the hands of the second-generation Superstars. However, Triple H would not be left out in the cold for long. With the help of bolt cutters, the future WWE COO made short work of the steel chains that secured the door, then stormed into the ring to even the odds.