The next big ppv that will be staged on the Peacock TV and WWE Network televisions is Hell in a Cell, a paid event of the McMahon federation, which takes its name from the homonymous match inside the infernal cage, invented in the late 90s, in which now historical figures such as The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Kane, Triple H and Mick Foley grew exponentially.
This Sunday, in fact, WWE will stage its latest chapter inside the most demonic cages in the history of pro-wrestling, with the event card that apparently would have been totally decided by the company several days ago, but which may still contain some contention within it.
Although some feuds are still evolving during the weekly programs of the federation, according to what was reported by the well-known overseas site Ringside News, the WWE would have very clear the definitive card of the event, with the journalists of the well-known American site who in fact stated how everything has been decided, but everything can always change.
Internally, all the managers would be in full control of every match on the card, but from now to Sunday everything could change, both to overcome some problems (see the possible absences at the last one in Sasha and Naomi style), and for the modification of some specific plan of the creative team.
At the moment, the official card of the event, however, reports several matches.
These are the matches:
Bianca Belair vs Asuka vs Becky Lynch valid for the Raw Women's Championship Cody Rhoes vs Seth Rollins in a Hell in a Cell match Theory vs Mustafa Ali valid for the United States Championship Bobby Lashley vs Omos Kevin Owens vs Ezekiel Edge, Damian Priest & Rhea Ripley vs AJ Styles, Finn Balor & Liv Morgan We recall how from the latest rumors the rumor would have come out that Finn Balor could be the next added to the Judgment Day stable, with the demon of the company that should betray AJ Styles, siding with the team of the Rated R Superstar, so what better occasion to send in wave this big twist?