During the last episode of Monday Night Raw, WWE once again built a large part of its next PPV, which will air, as you all know, on June 20 and which will be the very famous, Hell in a Cell. One of the most anticipated contests throughout the WWE Universe is undoubtedly the match valid for the WWE title, currently alongside the All Mighty of the red show, Bobby Lashley, who is carrying on a long feud with the former world champion of the show WWE flag, from before Wrestlemania 37, Drew McIntyre.
This Hell in a Cell will in fact be the umpteenth match that will see the two massive athletes of Raw compete against each other, but apparently, this time it will definitely be the last, at least if the result of the contest will have certain characteristics.
At Hell in a Cell, Drew McIntyre will have a last chance at Bobby Lashley
During the segment of the signing of the contract of the two, at the match valid for the WWE Championship that aired this week on Raw, two new stipulations to the match emerged, which fans had already been expecting in part.
The first, the most obvious one, is that the match will obviously be a Hell in a Cell match, or a contest closed in the famous infernal cage invented by WWE decades ago.
The second stipulation, however, the one that fans least expected, is the one that will see Drew McIntyre having his very last chance to go for the WWE title against Lashley if the current world champion wins.
According to the stipulation made by the All Mighty, if Drew McIntyre were to lose again against Lashley, he could no longer request or obtain a match valid for the title, as long as Bobby Lashley remains champion of the red show.
Meanwhile, the WWE is going blazes to promote this feud between Drew McIntyre and Bobby Lashley. In a tweet teasing their feud on RAW, WWE posted, "Things are getting VERY heated between @DMcIntyreWWE and @fightbobby on the road to #HIAC! #WWERaw." The WWE had also added the fire and crossed sword emojis to whet the appetite of fans.