WWE is heading towards the next PPV event in-store in the calendar. We will see the return of the Hell in a Cell event, tonight. The AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas will be the host of the show, this year. Roman Reigns competing against Braun Strowman is the current headliner of the show. The other Hell in a Cell match of the night will feature Randy Orton against Jeff Hardy.
Meanwhile, we should note that exciting times are coming up following Hell in a Cell PPV in the WWE. There are some shows in the upcoming schedule that will heat things up. WWE has Super Show Down, Smackdown 1000 and the all-women Evolution PPV in the same month of October. Lots of talks are up on the rumour mill around these shows following Hell in a Cell.
We thank SportsKeeda.com for mentioning five of those at this time. Rey Mysterio’s return could be one of those. He has been one of the cornerstones of the Smackdown brand over the years. So it should be appropriate to bring him back on board for the grand 1000th episode celebration on October 16th. Reports suggest his WWE tenure has already begun from September onwards.
Another wild speculation suggests Samoa Joe will be back on WWE Raw following Hell in a Cell. The creative team might be feeling short of villainous guys on the flagship show. So his inclusion on the red brand would be handy for them. Currently, WWE booked him in a match against AJ Styles at the Hell in a Cell PPV.
The source also hinted Braun Strowman would be a temporary heel on the WWE Raw roster. It makes sense considering his immense popularity among the audience. He might go back to his babyface personality once the Hell in a Cell match against Roman Reigns gets over. He is not winning the championship for now as per several sources.
Big show returning to WWE programming is doing round for a long time. The source hinted it could happen just after Hell in a Cell PPV. He is waiting patiently to come back whenever the creative team has good plans for him on TV.
The internet has been buzzing of a Kevin Owens return for quite sometimes. Wild speculations suggest he will be back onboard on Smackdown rather than Raw. We saw his frustrations for being on the flagship show. So he might choose the blue brand once again now that Shane McMahon is not present there.