In the last episode of Friday Night Smackdown that aired overnight on Fox's television screens in America, almost in conjunction with AEW's Dynamite, WWE wanted to announce yet another match titled for its next PPV, which takes its name from the cages hell built by the Stamford-based federation decades ago: Hell in a Cell.
One of the challenges that were still missing on the card of the next event on June 20 of the McMahon-owned company, was the one valid for the Smackdown Women's Championship, with the reigning champion, Bianca Belair, who now seemed to have closed the Bayley chapter in a hurry, despite the constant attacks of the presenter of the Ding Dong Hello, after having already beaten her once.
Apparently, however, this feud would still seem to be far from being defined as finished, given that in the last episode of the WWE Friday night blue show, Bianca Belair herself wanted to challenge Bayley of her own free will, going to call her at a loud voice from the ring on the Friday night show.
Bayley vs Bianca Belair in Hell in a Cell for the title
Obviously, Bayley immediately responded to the challenge, telling Bianca that she will never learn from her mistakes and starting to laugh out loud, with her handsome face that was posted on all the ThunderDome TV screens, replacing the faces of connected fans.
from home, for several seconds. This left the champion quite amazed (just like all the fans from home), who did not, however, withdraw her challenge, making her become official for the WWE as well. Now in Hell in a Cell, we will therefore also have a match valid for the title of Friday Night Smackdown champion, with Bayley and Bianca Belair who will compete for the highest laurel of the female category in that of the blue show, thus supporting the match valid for the female title of Monday Night Raw and the clash between Drew McIntyre and Bobby Lashley, valid for the WWE Championship, also on the evening of June 20, in a PPV that seems increasingly full of unmissable matches.