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WWE Hell in a Cell 2022 live stream: How to watch online right now, card and results

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We're watching the WWE Hell in a Cell live streams online right now (the card order below has been updated per leaks), but we enter with a big question mark hovering over one of tonight's main events. And, wouldn't you have it: WWE reported it themselves: Cody Rhodes has a torn pectoral muscle. Shocker of all shockers, he's still gonna wrestle. So, we're switching our prediction to Seth.

We've got live results from Hell in a Cell below, and won't put them in this intro — so you won't be spoiled.

Hell In A Cell start time and date

• Date: Today (Sunday, June 5)
• Start time: 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT / 1 a.m. BST
• Kickoff show time: 7 p.m. ET / 4 p.m. PT / 10 p.m. BST
• Watch in the U.S.: Peacock (opens in new tab)
• Watch everywhere else:
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Tonight's show, though, looks less like a regular PPV (we'll never get used to saying "premium live event") and more like Sunday Night Raw. I mean, except for that match that was added on Friday night's SmackDown: Happy Corbin vs Madcap Moss, Anything Goes. This seventh match makes one more than the six-match Hell in a Cell 2022. Still this show kinda feel like another afterthought PPV. Roman Reigns isn't defending either of his championships, and neither are The Usos (though they just beat Riddle and Nakamura on SmackDown). 

The biggest match on the card, going by potential for what's at stake, is the Raw Women's Championship match. Bianca Belair is defending her title against both Becky Lynch and Asuka in a Triple Threat match. But we think this will play out much like the situation with the AEW tag championship at Double or Nothing 2022, with the champ getting a victory after the challengers weaken each other. Belair's run is still new, and we'd think Rhea Ripley is the odds-on favorite for her next challenger.

Elsewhere on the card, Ezekiel (not Elias) faces Kevin Owens in a match that should, at the least, be humorous. Theory defends (and likely retains) the US Championship against Mustafa Ali and The Judgement Day's Edge, Damian Priest and Rhea Ripley take on AJ Styles, Finn Balor and Liv Morgan.

Here's everything you need to watch the Hell In A Cell live stream:

How to watch Hell In A Cell live streams from anywhere on Earth

While Peacock is available all across the U.S. and the WWE Network is still the standard around the world, WWE Hell In A Cell live streams can get a bit confusing. You might want to check out a VPN if you can't watch with the service you normally use. 

International audiences will be pretty jealous of U.S. audiences, which will save up to 50% by switching to Peacock (unless you get the no-ads tier at $9.99 per month).

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Hell In A Cell live streams in the U.S. are cheaper

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The only place to watch Hell In A Cell in the U.S. is with Peacock (opens in new tab). WWE Premium Live Events are in the $4.99 Peacock Premium tier; the $9.99 Peacock Premium Plus tier doesn't get you anything extra for this show. Peacock is now available on most of the best streaming devices.

There's no need to pay for the ad-free tier for WWE live events, as there are always ads in the live editions of Peacock programming. 

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In addition to the WWE live streams, Peacock (opens in new tab) also has huge library of licensed content drawn from various brands. That includes shows like 30 Rock, The Voice, Battlestar Galactica, Law & Order: SVU and This Is Us.

Hell In A Cell live streams in the UK

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Our friends in the United Kingdom will grab Hell In A Cell live streams on the WWE Network (opens in new tab), for a higher price — closer to the $9.99 that Americans used to pay. 

That said, don't expect this to last forever. Peacock is now touching down internationally, landing in the United Kingdom and Ireland this week. Who knows how soon the WWE content will filter over.

While those in the States pay less now, there is less content available — and the ad breaks are weird — so it's a monkey's paw situation on getting that discount.

Hell In A Cell live streams in Australia

Each night of Hell In A Cell begins at 10 a.m. AEST, though the Hell In A Cell kickoff shows start at 9 a.m. AEST.

Australia is still watching Hell In a Cell streams on the WWE Network (opens in new tab).

Hell In A Cell card and results

Our predicted winners are noted below

  • Bianca Belair (c) retained her title by defeating Asuka and Becky Lynch in the Raw Women's Championship Triple Threat match
    Prediction: Bianca Belair retains
  • Cedric Alexander is rebuffed by MVP backstage, making it look like Lashley will win. And then
  • Bobby Lashley defeated Omos & MVP in a Handicap match
    Prediction: Omos & MVP win
  • Kevin Owens defeated Ezekiel
    Prediction: Ezekiel wins
  • The Judgment Day (AJ Styles, Damian Prince and Rhea Ripley) defeated Finn Bálor, AJ Styles & Liv Morgan
    Prediction: The Judgment Day win
  • Madcap Moss defeated Happy Corbin in an anything goes match
    Prediction: Madcap Moss wins
  • Theory (c) defended by defeating Mustafa Ali in a United States Championship match
    Prediction: Theory retains
  • Cody Rhodes with the biggest bruise ever from his torn pectoral defeated Seth “Freakin” Rollins in a Hell in a Cell match
    Prediction: Rollins wins

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Henry T. Casey
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Henry is a senior editor at Tom’s Guide covering streaming media, laptops and all things Apple, reviewing devices and services for the past seven years. Prior to joining Tom's Guide, he reviewed software and hardware for TechRadar Pro, and interviewed artists for Patek Philippe International Magazine. He's also covered the wild world of professional wrestling for Cageside Seats, interviewing athletes and other industry veterans.