The WWE Hell in a Cell 2013 live stream match results are in, after a surprising change came to the matches scheduled for the pay-per-view in Miami. Reports from various sources came in earlier today, indicating that the Big E Langston vs. Curtis Axel match for the Intercontinental Championship was canceled. This was later confirmed by WWE on Facebook, as they noted that Axel was injured and could not compete. Due to that, a new match was part of the Hell in a Cell live streaming "Kickoff" show on YouTube, Facebook and WWE's website.
A report from WrestleZone.com on Oct. 27 indicated that Kofi Kingston versus Damien Sandow was used as the replacement match on the free live streaming kickoff show. Late in the matchup, Kofi was able to connect on a series of clotheslines to take down Sandow, and hit his double leg "Boom Drop." Kofi also hit a springboard flying crossbody and had the near fall. Moments later, Sandow was able to execute his Full Nelson Slam finisher to collect the pinfall victory. The commentary team did their job of playing up the idea that Sandow could possibly cash in his "Money in the Bank" briefcase for a World Heavyweight title shot during tonight's pay-per-view.
Several other events happened during the live stream pre-show, including the booking of a new match for the pay-per-view. Big E Langston, who was originally scheduled for the pre-show match against Curtis Axel, ended up challenging Dean Ambrose of The Shield for the United States Championship. The match was eventually confirmed for the main pay-per-view starting at 8 p.m. EST, joining the other matches already announced.
The WWE has added surprise last minute matches to their pay-per-view cards before, but tonight's seemed to have a different feel, as one was due to what sounds like a legitimate injury. Of course, there's already talk among various WWE fans that Curtis Axel will still appear during the pay-per-view and involve himself in the Paul Heyman and Ryback vs. CM Punk Hell in a Cell match. That match arrives later during the event from American Airlines Arena in Miami.
The WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view for 2013 is scheduled to run approximately 180 minutes from 8 p.m. EST up until 11 p.m. EST on cable, satellite and live internet video feed from the WWE website.