WWE Hell In A Cell Match Card, Preview & Prediction: October 6, 2019
October’s resident pay-per-view event is back in WWE programming which is one of the most favorite events for the fans. Hell in a Cell is making its return to the schedule with the demonic structure that signifies the entire show. This is going to be the eleventh event under this chronology that comes up with a massive main event match to take place inside the steel cage.
Seth Rollins will defend his Universal Championship against The Fiend Bray Wyatt which is the first title match that the latter name would compete in. The other title match to take place inside the structure will be the WWE Raw Women’s Championship match. Roman Reigns will also be part of this pay-per-view event teaming up with Daniel Bryan to seek revenge against the Bludgeon Brothers. Check out the entire match card of 2019 Hell in a Cell which takes place at the Golden1 Center in Sacramento, California.
Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan vs. Erick Rowan and Luke Harper
The saga around Roman Reigns getting attacked by a mystery person produced this match lineup at Hell in a Cell. The person who was rumored to be his attacker is now teaming up with him to teach a lesson to the team of Rowan and Harper. When it comes to Raw power, The Bludgeon Brothers are a no-matchup. But Reigns and Bryan would be in desperate need to earn a win after receiving weeks of beatdowns from these two monsters. Also, a win is a must for Bryan who can solidify his babyface turn by picking up this PPV win.
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Bayley (c) vs. Charlotte Flair (WWE Smackdown Women’s Championship)
It is a rematch from Clash of Champions that does not have much attraction for the fans, for now. But still, these two are cornerstone figures of the WWE women’s division who can produce a big match, just like that. The outcome of the match can go to any of the sides depending on the plans of the creative team. Charlotte picking up the title for the tenth time would be a historic feat but Bayley retaining would be good, momentum wise. Her heel partner Sasha Banks is also the favorite to pick up the Raw women’s title. Hence, the strong heel pairing should continue with both the female stars holding titles in the respective brands.
Becky Lynch (c) vs. Sasha Banks (WWE Raw Women’s Championship-Hell in a Cell match)
As mentioned above, Sasha Banks is the undoubted favorite heading into the match. Becky Lynch is no doubt the undisputed queen of the current female roster. But she has been holding the championship for quite a long time since Wrestlemania 35 that needs a change. Banks has gained enough momentums on her corner to hold the title and have a strong run that she has never received. The fact that Sasha has competed earlier in the Hell in a Cell environment will also give her an advantage.
Seth Rollins (c) vs. Bray Wyatt (WWE Universal Championship-Hell in a Cell match)
Beck’s boyfriend has been in the Universal Championship picture since the Wrestlemania season which makes things a bit stale. The Fiend is the hottest character in the WWE which indicates the company is willing to give him the title reign, right away. For now, this character will have an undefeated momentum in his corner which leaves Rollins with no option but to digest the loss and drop his title. But his string status may not be lost as he will be heading towards SmackDown to start thing, fresh.
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