WWE Hell In a Cell 2019. The evil structure will that has turned out to be famous throughout the years will slip upon Sacramento, California, on Sunday, Oct. 6 as the 2019 WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-see goes down in the Golden 1 Center. The full match card presently can’t seem to come to fruition, yet the short turnaround from Clash of Champions to Hell in a Cell implies soon we know the full heading. WWE Hell in a Cell will start at 7 p.m. ET on the WWE Network with the opening shot show driving us in starting at 6 p.m.
Expect 2-3 matches inside Hell in a Cell alongside a lot of titles guarded on the card. This PPV comes only two days after WWE debuts SmackDown on Fox and multi week before the WWE Draft, so it should to go far to making way for the reintroduced brand split.
1 : Universal Championship – Seth Rollins vs The Fiend “Bray Wyatt”
After Rollins vanquished Braun Strowman to hold his title at Clash of Champions, Wyatt – as The Fiend – assaulted the champ. Laying Rollins out with a Sister Abigail and Mandible Claw, it was clear The Fiend was the following challenger for the crown. This will be a much needed development from Rollins engaging monsters like Strowman and Brock Lesnar, and it will fill in as a demonstration of where WWE’s duty to the Fiend character sits.
2 : Raw Women’s Championship – Becky Lynch vs Sasha Banks
Sasha beat Becky by exclusion at Clash of Champions, and after the previous closest companions got into it on Raw the next night, Banks tested Lynch to a rematch at Hell in a Cell. Lynch countered by provoking Backs to a rematch inside Hell in a Cell.
3 : WWE Championship – Brock vs Kofi Kingston
Brock Lesnar made a staggering come back to SmackDown where he tested WWE champion Kofi Kingston – yet that match will occur two evenings before Hell in a Cell as a major aspect of the SmackDown debut on FOX on Friday, Oct. 4.
4 : Roman Reigns & Daniel Bryan vs. Erick Rowan & Luke Harper
Roman and Harper putting a beating on both Bryan and Reigns to close the SmackDown scene post-Clash of Champions everything except ensures we’re getting this label coordinate.
5 : SmackDown Women’s Championship – Bayley vs Charlotte Flair
Bayley’s alternate way prevail upon Flair at Clash of Champions sets up a practically unavoidable rematch.
6 : Cruiserweight Championship – Drew Gulak vs Humberto Carrillo
Carrillo will probably get his one-on-one match against Gulak following the champ holding his title at Clash of Champions by sticking Lince Dorado in their triple risk coordinate.
7 : SmackDown Tag Team Championship – The New Day vs The Revival
It feels like things aren’t settled after Revival again followed Xavier Woods’ knee. Giving the heels a chance to proceed onward after those activities would be in WWE.