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The Undertaker beat Shane McMahon in a 30-minute Hell in a Cell match to maintain his WrestleMania career.
It also means Shane does not get control of Raw and must submit the lockbox contents hanging over Vince McMahon’s head. (Presumably, since the lockbox has not been mentioned since Shane’s Week 1 return.)
Taker won the match after Shane went for a dive off the top of the Cell through a table, but Taker moved. WWE sold Shane’s big dive through to the post-match. Shane eventually took a Tombstone in the ring, Taker pinned him, and Shane was carted to the back to close the match segment.
There was no outside interference during the match.