WWE updates the Hell in a Cell card

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WWE updates the Hell in a Cell card

The next big ppv that will be staged on the Peacock TV and WWE Network televisions is Hell in a Cell, a paid event of the McMahon-owned federation, which takes its name from the homonymous match inside the infernal cage, invented in the late 90s, in which now historical figures such as The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Kane, Triple H and Mick Foley grew exponentially.

On Monday night, in fact, WWE will have staged its latest chapter inside the most demonic cages in the history of pro-wrestling, with the event card that apparently would have been totally decided by the company several days ago, but that could still include some contention within it after tonight's Smackdown episode and it did.

The latest news on Hell in a Cell

WWE Hell in a Cell heads to Chicago this weekend in what may be one of the most underwhelming premium live events of the year. After seeing Natalya's victory in the Six-Pack Challenge, with the Canadian becoming the new No.

1 contender for the female title, WWE went to update the card of its paid event, inserting in addition to the match dedicated to the title of Smackdown Women's Champion, also other contests. During the episode, we also witnessed the return of Madcap Moss, who immediately sought revenge against Happy Corbin, after the brutal attack with the trophy dedicated to Andrè the Giant a few weeks ago.

After getting disqualified in his match for hitting his opponent with a steel chair, Moss nevertheless received yet another match at Hell in a Cell, which this time will be without disqualification, being a No Holds Barred Match.

But let's see how the Hell in a Cell PPV card that will air on the WWE Network: - Cody Rhodes vs Seth Rollins in a Hell in a Cell match - Bianca Belair vs Asuka vs Becky Lynch for the Raw Women's Champion title - Ronda Rousey vs Natalya for the Smackdown Women's Champion title - Theory vs Mustafa Ali for the United States Championship - MVP & Omos vs Bobby Lashley - Madcap Moss vs Happy Corbin in a No Holds Barred match - Judgment Day vs AJ Styles, Finn Balor & Liv Morgan - Kevin Owens vs Ezekiel.

Omos and MVP have the advantage this weekend as the two men take on Bobby Lashley in a handicap match. Lashley has already defeated Omos one-on-one and knows MVP's playbook better than anyone, so this could be an easy outing for The All-Mighty.