WWE Hell in a Cell may not be the most popular pay-per-view event of the year but this year, it has a few good matches lined-up. The October 8 event will be one of the top ones as WWE Champion Jinder Mahal will be defending his title against Shinsuke Nakamura.
Another rivarly that will see a new chapter at the event is Shane McMahon and Kevin Owens. The two superstars will be fighting in a Hell in a Cell. This could be the most dangerous match-ups but will be interesting to see how the two use the cage.
Throws from the top of the cage, jumps from the top and so much more adds action to the PPV event. Here are some other match-ups for the big event.
Kevin Owens vs Shane McMahon (Hell in a Cell): This has to be a top match. The rivalry hasn’t seen much action but Hell in a Cell match can be the boost it needs. Owens had gone to level of hitting out at Shane’s father Vince McMahon at SmackDown.
United States Championship — AJ Styles vs Baron Corbin: Styles has to defend his title against Corbin who challenged him two weeks back. Inside the ring, they are yet to have a big showdown and Monday could be the day.
WWE Championship — Jinder Mahal vs Shinsuke Nakamura: Mahal has been provoking Nakamura for quite some time now. He has been the champion for long now and can defend his title. But, this match won’t be Hell in a Cell.
Tag Team Championship — The New Day vs The Usos (Hell in a Cell): This could prove to be the final meeting between the two great teams. Both have lived up to the hype and it could end on another high note. It will also mark the first true tag team Hell in a Cell in the history of the structure.
Women’s Championship — Natalya vs Charlotte Flair: A Fatal 4-Way saw Flair come out on top and challenge champion Natalya for the women’s championship. This could be match that sees a lot of surprises.
Dolph Ziggler vs Bobby Roode: Roode was away from action for long and Ziggler took advantage of that by mocking him. He disrespected Roode and the match can see some revenge.
Randy Orton vs Rusev: Orton lost to Rusev but the result has been reversed as well. What we can see on Hell in a Cell is another boring contest.
Chad Gable and Shelton Benjamin vs The Hype Bros (Kickoff Show): Looks like WWE will use the PPV as the final straw in the Hype Bros tag team as a split has been teased for nearly two months.