Hell in a Cell is another of WWE's stipulated Pay-Per-Views and it comes live to the WWE Universe from the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts this Sunday. The event boasts a history making Hell in a Cell match between two of the best female wrestlers to have ever set foot in the WWE.
As well as this there is a Hell in a Cell match between Roman Reigns and Rusev for the United States Championship that could well be the final time these two stars collide for this belt. ALSO, Kevin Owens defends his Universal Championship against Seth Rollins in what is set to be a brutal Hell in a Cell match between two stars who have no love lost between them.
Hell in a Cell has been building for the past few weeks but WWE has already made the mistake of beginning the build-up to next month's Survivor Series event. Brock Lesnar vs. Goldberg is set to be one of the biggest matches of the year and could well overshadow this weekend's event, with the build towards their epic match set to continue.
It is still yet to be officially announced, but the rumour mill has been churning over the past few weeks with news that Chris Jericho could be set to be added to the main event Hell in a Cell match between Seth Rollins and Kevin Owens.
Jericho had the chance to be a part of the main event match a few weeks ago but he lost the opportunity when he lost a match to 'The Architect.' That being said, it is thought that Stephanie McMahon and Mick Foley could make the decision to add Chris Jericho into the Cell as the Special Guest Referee just to add a little more controversy to the match between the two former NXT Champions.
Sami Zayn shocked the WWE Universe a few weeks ago when he answered Braun Strowman's challenge for more competition and made his way to the ring to take on the heavyweight.
'The Underdog from The Underground' showed that he wasn't scared of the former member of The Wyatt Family when he stepped up to him in a match again this past week on Raw. The match didn't actually go ahead, but Sami proved that he wasn't afraid to step up to the task when he called the monster out. This is WWE after all and it would make a lot of sense to have these two go head-to-head again on Sunday night but sadly it may end a lot more brutally for the former NXT Champion.
Sasha Banks takes on Charlotte inside Hell in a Cell for the Women's Championship on Sunday and luckily for Sasha, this history making match will be taking place in her hometown of Boston.
This could be a sign that Sasha will finally be victorious at a WWE Pay-Per-View after months of Charlotte being the stand-out competitor of the Women's Division. Charlotte is undefeated in singles competition at WWE Pay-Per-Views since she was promoted to the main roster of WWE back in the Summer of 2015. This would be a fantastic way for Sasha to finally end her winning streak and establish herself as the top female wrestler on the brand.
This is one of the more bold predictions on this thread, but Rusev looks strange without a Championship around his waist. Let's be honest, no one wants Roman Reigns to be the United States Champion, so why can't WWE change it?
Rusev didn't deserve to lose the title as he brought a lot of prestige to the belt when he was Champion. No one since John Cena has managed to bring this much prestige and credibility to the mid-card Championship, so it would be a great swerve to allow 'The Bulgarian Brute' to take back what was his on the big stage. Also, with Lana at ringside, anything is possible.
Gallows and Anderson have not been given the push in WWE that the former Japanese Superstars thought they would receive when they made the switch. And it seems that there are not any future WWE plans for the former Bullet Club members to be pushed towards the Tag Team Championship.
That being said, it seems that there are plans for Enzo and Cass to become Tag Team Champions in the near future, or as soon as The New Day have broken Demolitions Championship record reign. This means that WWE will obviously want to keep the former NXT duo credible if they are gaining a huge push in the not too distant future.
Shockingly, Sheamus and Cesaro have been granted a Raw Tag Team Championship match and they intend to cash in on it this Sunday night. Cesaro and Sheamus were given the opportunity when Mick Foley put the mismatched group together, but it seems highly unlikely that they can co-exist.
This past week on Raw, the team of Sheamus and Cesaro actually managed to pin the Tag Team Champions in a non-title match, which means that WWE logic usually dictates that they will obviously lose on Sunday. Cesaro and Sheamus have been misused ever since the WWE Draft and it is extremely unlikely that a mismatched team like these two will be the ones to dethrone The New Day.
Dana Brooke facing Bayley has not yet been officially announced for Hell in a Cell on Sunday, but given their recent interactions on WWE TV, it seems quite likely that these two will cross paths once again.
The feud between Bayley and Dana reached an all-time low on Monday night when the crowd booed and chanted 'this is stupid' when Dana and Bayley faced off in an arm wrestling match, which means that WWE will want to add another factor into this match. Bayley is the only person to have beaten Nia Jax when she was down in NXT, and it would make sense for Nia to come out and involve herself in this feud. Nia hasn't been seen on Raw for a few weeks so it would be a good sign if she made her return at Hell in a Cell.
This is a pretty bold prediction since many of the WWE Universe think that Triple H will stay away from WWE now until the 30th Anniversary of the Royal Rumble in January. This would make sense, but given that this is a Hell in a Cell match where no competitor can be disqualified, then the only alternative is to allow Seth Rollins to lose clean to Kevin Owens.
Rollins is about to step into a very personal feud with Triple H which could be the making of 'The Architect,' and it would be a bad idea for WWE to allow Rollins to be pinned clean in a match against Kevin Owens. It will be interesting to see how WWE plan this one out, but a Triple H return would be the best option.
He is the most experienced wrestler in the current Cruiserweight Division, but Brian Kendrick has proved that at 37-years-old, he can still battle it out with the much younger competitors who have come through from the Cruiserweight Classic.
Brian Kendrick and T.J. Perkins have battled back and forth over the past few weeks and once again they collide on Sunday night for the Cruiserweight Championship. This could well be the opportunity Kendrick needed to finally lift the title. Perkins has been a great transitional Champion for the Cruiserweights but I feel that it could be time for a change in the smaller WWE division.
We all saw this one coming. It is, without doubt, the most anticipated match on the current card for Hell in a Cell, and it is more than likely that the two former NXT Women's Champions will steal the show on Sunday night.
There were rumors that these two could be set to main event the Pay-Per-View and make history in more ways than one, but this is yet to be made official. Either way, this isn't the first time that Sasha has made history. She will take it in her stride and prove to her hometown that she really is 'The Boss.' Charlotte has already proved her worth over the past few months so it will be interesting to see if this match does live up to the hype, because if it does, then it will definitely steal the show.
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