The trilogy of Drew McIntyre vs Randy Orton is likely to end at Hell in a Cell 2020 as they are ready to clash for the WWE Championship, once again. Be it at Summerslam or Clash of Champions, the reigning champion outlasted the challenger who had big momentums by himself. Despite that, he was unable to clinch the fourteenth world championship of his career.
But being The Viper, he doesn’t intend to stop until and unless the most coveted prize in sports entertainment, belongs to her, finally. This leads us to McIntyre vs Orton III at Hell in a Cell 2020. These two possess solid chemistry with each other who are bound to deliver a good match. Given the circumstances of the Cell structure, this is going to be war with no mercies allowed.
Going by the experience perspective, Orton has the advantage. He’s a pro when it comes to this kind of gimmick match who competed inside the cell structure on several occasions, throughout his illustrious career. On the other hand, McIntyre will be entering the cage for the first time at Hell in a Cell 2020.
WWE Hell In A Cell 2020: Winner Revealed For Drew McIntyre Vs Randy Orton
Fans did expect to see The Viper claim the title for quite a while now, as he continues to be the top heel on Raw but McIntyre continues to defy expectations. So we mustn’t be surprised if he retains the belt, once more. At least the current odds are with the Scottish Psychopath.
As seen on Sky Bet, the betting odds for Drew McIntyre vs Randy Orton at WWE Hell in a Cell have been released. The King of Claymore Country is the clear 8/11 favorite to successfully defend the WWE Championship whereas Orton is a 1/1 underdog. This indicates that he may fail, once again to reach the top of the mountain.
As seen on Raw, it was Orton who issued a challenge to WWE Champion Drew McIntyre, for a rematch that will take place inside the Cell structure. McIntyre later accepted the challenge during a backstage interview and the match was made official for Hell in a Cell 2020. The gimmick-based show will air live on October 25 from WWE ThunderDome at the Amway Center in Orlando. It’s expected that there will be three separate matches inside the unforgiven steel structure.