WWE Rumor: Brock Lesnar To Compete At Hell In A Cell 2019
WWE will be hosting the next pay-per-view event of 2019 on this Sunday night. It will be the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view that makes a return to entertain the WWE Universe. Unlike the other WWE Network special shows, this one is going to be much different as WWE failed to hype up the show. Only three matches are official for the PPV show which is pretty surprising.
This happened because WWE put the least effort to set up the match card for Hell in a Cell. Instead, they focused on the ongoing season premiere for Raw, Smackdown or NXT. Most of the big matches from the main roster were placed on these shows instead of the PPV. The 20th anniversary of Smackdown made the company preoccupied which keeps the doubt whether Hell in a Cell will be successful or not.
— WWE (@WWE) September 25, 2019
The event is obviously not sold out which keeps the fan thinking what special WWE could arrange to make Hell in a Cell a success. It looks like Brock Lesnar could turn out to be the trump card at the very last moment to give a boost to the ticket sales. During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer noted WWE wants fans to believe that Brock Lesnar will win the WWE Title this Friday on SmackDown. This could likely set up a rematch for Hell In A Cell.
It is not a confirmed news, at all. But WWE may end up booking the beast incarnate at Hell in a Cell since they would not have many options left following Smackdown, (via ringsidenews.com)
“One of the things is the WWE Championship match is if Brock wins the title and it certainly seems like that will be the case and it probably is the case obviously they can’t do anything with Kofi, so maybe it’s a Brock and Kofi rematch?”
— WWE (@WWEIndia) October 1, 2019
Brock Lesnar does not belong to the Hell in a Cell lineup, at all. No local advertisement does not feature him, as well. But this would be something that WWE would be happy to book. After all, Lesnar on the match could be the safest option for them to sell out an arena. For now, we have to wait and see if WWE indeed takes the title off Kofi just to insert the new champion to the PPV match card.
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