WWE has perhaps the most popular gimmick-based event waiting for us on this Sunday night in the form of Hell in a Cell. Usually, WWE stacks up the card for any of the PPV shows much earlier than the show to sell more tickets. But the trend looks to be much different for this particular pay-per-view which takes place within just six nights. They have booked only three matches for the show and there are no reported future lineups confirmed to fill up the rest of the show.
The focus has been more on the weekly shows as of late since Smackdown is moving to the FOX Network on this Friday night. The biggest episode of 2019 might be in-store for us where several legendary names will show up. Also, WWE Monday Night Raw had its season premiere this week which had a fresh startup. But the surprising news coming out of the show was that the company did not book any matches for Hell in a Cell 2019.
— WWE (@WWEIndia) September 30, 2019
So speculations are running rampant whether there’s an issue going on around Hell in a Cell 2019. But a veteran wrestling journalist has wiped out the doubt in his latest reports saying the match card of the pay-per-view will be no less than what we usually see in other WWE PPVs.
During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer addressed this issue ongoing with Hell in a Cell. He claimed that insider sources have confirmed to him that WWE indeed has a stacked card planned for the show that emanates from the Golden1 Center in Sacramento, California. But for some reasons they just did not let us knew the entire the lineups,
“I asked what’s going on for Hell In A Cell and it’s like there’s a good card planned.”
— WWE (@WWE) September 28, 2019
We’ll just have to wait and see whether multiple announcements are waiting for us during this Friday Night’s Smackdown where a one-of-a-kind show is waiting for us. For now, the only three matches set for Hell in a Cell 2019 are,
WWE UNIVERSAL CHAMPIONSHIP (HELL IN A CELL)
Seth Rollins (c) vs. Bray Wyatt
WWE RAW WOMEN’S CHAMPIONSHIP (HELL IN A CELL)
Becky Lynch (c) vs. Sasha Banks
Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan vs. Erick Rowan and Luke Harper