This Sunday, the WWE will be holding the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view and the WWE Universe will be able to watch all the action live on the WWE Network. Something interesting always happens when a cell is involved and when you add Shane McMahon to the bill, there are sure to be fireworks.
The card features two heavily anticipated matches, as Shane-O-Mac looks to teach Kevin Owens a lesson for a vicious attack on Vince McMahon and the SmackDown Live Tag Team Champions The New Day battles Jimmy and Jey Uso.
After a series of controversial promos, WWE Champion Jinder Mahal takes on Shinsuke Nakamura while AJ Styles, Baron Corbin, and Tye Dillinger battle for the U.S. Title. There's a Women's Championship match, a tag team bout and a Bulgarian Brute taking on a Viper.
Here are five big predictions for Sunday's Hell in a Cell.
Nakamura has been on the receiving end of some pretty tasteless promos from the champion Jinder Mahal. Nakamura has already lost once and the notion that he'd be used as a discriminatory punching bag and lose on his second attempt at the WWE Championship is too hard to believe.
Nakamura will take out the Singh Brothers, and then make relatively quick work of Mahal with a Kinshasha. Fans will be elated that Mahal is no longer the champion and the era of the King of Strong Style will begin.
Rusev has been highly underutilized. It's time that the WWE gives him a bit of a push, and since Orton seems to constantly gets the upper hand, it makes sense to finally give Rusev the rub. Not only will Rusev win, his prophecy of crushing a legend will come true and he'll inflict such damage upon Orton that the Viper will miss some time from television before coming back to seek his revenge.
Aiden English might get involved in this contest and help Rusev get the victory.
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The company has been teasing a break up for some time and with Mojo Rawley and Zack Ryder winless since Ryder's return, Hell in a Cell is the right time and place to begin a feud between the two that will start with a Zack Ryder turn.
Ryder makes more sense as the heel of the duo, and after the Hype Bros. lose to Chad Gable and Shelton Benjamin, it will more than Ryder can handle.
For most fans, this should be the last time these two teams square-off. The New Day and the Uso's have been in numerous matches together, and while each has been an incredible bout full of great spots and a variety of finishes, it's time for each team to move on. WWE is promoting this match as the fight that ends it all, and it's been placed in a cell.
This has the potential to easily be the match of the night, and the WWE plans to make The New Day the most decorated tag team in WWE history so expect them to win in magnificent fashion.
Shane McMahon is a little bit crazy. He's an adrenaline junkie and he loves to be known as the guy in WWE to do things nobody else will. Since he's already jumped off the top of the cell, it doesn't make sense for him to do it again. Instead, expect something incredibly insane.
The WWE made this a falls count anywhere match. As such, Shane can climb scaffolds, trusses, stage pieces and who knows what else. Owens is one of the best workers in the company so if anyone can help keep Shane safe, it's Owens.
Owens wins, but Shane gets the moment of the night.
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