When a steel cage just isn't enough to settle a long-standing rivalry, the Hell in a Cell is usually brought in. In a Hell in a Cell Match the ring is surrounded by a steel cage, but unlike a normal cage, it does not rest on the ring. Instead, it goes all the way down to the floor, leaving about six feet of space in between the cage and the ring. There is also a roof on the cage, so there is virtually no way out. A winner is determined by pinfall or submission. There are no disqualifications or count-outs.