WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 features some incredible matches and here are all the details regarding the match card and more
WWE Hell in a Cell is the latest PPV from the promotion which features stars from the Raw and SmackDown brands.
NXT is the one brand missing from all this but there are some big clashes set up. The Hell in a Cell gimmick features a huge steel cage which also surrounds regions outside the ring, and most of these clashes are no disqualification.
Date and venue
The event takes place on 25 October 2020 and will be held at the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida.
WWE moved all of its Raw and SmackDown programming to Orlando recently due to the coronavirus pandemic.
No fans will be in attendance at the PPV, however, the virtual Thunderdome will allow them to be closer to the action.
Match card, preview and prediction
WWE haven’t added too many matches in the Hell in a Cell match card yet. There are four confirmed fights now but more should feature once the final SmackDown before the PPV takes place.
The top belts should be defended in the daunting structure and one of the big matches has Roman Reigns take on his cousin, Jey Uso, in an “I Quit” match.
Reigns has been incredible since turning heel and he will put his title on the line against Uso again. Drew McIntyre also defends his title against Randy Orton in a Hell in a Cell match while Bayley faces former best friend Sasha Banks in a similar match with her SmackDown Women’s title on the line.
Jeff Hardy also continues his rivalry with Elias as the pair meet.
1) Jeff Hardy vs Elias
Elias continues from where he left off as he targets Hardy for the attack suffered a while back. This should be a great affair and it wouldn’t be a surprise if it is Elias who gets the win to continue this rivalry.
2) Bayley vs Banks
With the SmackDown Women’s title on the line, there is no doubt that tempers will flare up. Bayley attacked Banks a while back and the Boss will be looking to get some revenge.
Bayley might have been a champion for a long time but this could be time for The Boss to get the gold.
3) McIntyre vs Orton
The second time these two face for the title and Orton seems hungrier than ever to win the title.
However, McIntyre hasn’t put a foot wrong since winning the title at WrestleMania and he should remain as the WWE Champion after this too.
4) Reigns vs Uso
The pair meet up for the second time as well, and it could finally be time for Uso to proclaim Reigns as the Tribal Chief.
And “I Quit” match isn’t for the faint-hearted and there is no doubt that Reigns will come out with the title in his hand.
Please note: The card is subject to change
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