It appears WWE has set the two main events for its next big pay-per-view, Hell in a Cell. As of now, there will be two matches inside the torturous structure.
It became fairly evident from the results of Sunday's Clash of Champions event that WWE has its sights set on going a certain direction. According to Dave Meltzer of F4Wonline.com, the matches that seem most obvious based on what happened on Sunday will be where WWE focuses the majority of Hell in a Cell. WWE currently has plans for the RAW Women's Title and the WWE Universal Title to be defended inside the cell.
In one match, Sasha Banks will take on Becky Lynch after Lynch was disqualified for hitting a referee with a chair — an incident she was fined $10,000 for. It wasn't exactly how Banks wanted the match to end and she'll get another shot in a Cell where the match must see a winner. The other contest will see Bray Wyatt go up against Seth Rollins.
"The Fiend" attacked Rollins to close Sunday's PPV after it was already revealed he'd be challenging the winner of the Universal Title match between Rollins and Braun Strowman. What WWE has planned for Strowman has not yet been made clear but there might be more developments in that regard on Monday's Raw.
WWE Raw Is A Must-Watch
WWE did a good job setting the stage for two big matches at Hell In a Cell. The event will take place on October 6 from the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California and that gives the company a good three weeks to build up the matches.
Rollins and Wyatt, along with Lynch and Banks will surely be a large focus on tonight's show and for fans eager to see these four in action, Raw is probably a can't-miss show.