*Spoiler* RAW's next PPV Hell in a Cell's marquee match announced



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*Spoiler* RAW's next PPV Hell in a Cell's marquee match announced

The next Pay-Per-View (PPV) event that WWE will air on stage from its ThunderDome corresponds to the name of Hell in a Cell and as can already be seen from the name of the company's special event, it will be dedicated to the disputes staged by the hellish cage of the same name, where the Superstars of the federation will be able to complete some storylines and some feuds, with some important matches that seem to be already written in large letters on the event card.

The first and only match currently made official for the event, was confirmed during the last episode of Monday Night Raw, despite the fact that a match between Roman Reigns and his cousin Jey Uso started at Smackdown, but apparently, still, it has not been reported in an official and concrete way by the management of the McMahon company, but which is expected to arrive soon anyway.

Randy Orton will face Drew McIntyre inside Hell in a Cell

During the first part of the last episode of Monday Night Raw, Randy Orton made a promo in which he explained to fans and Drew McIntyre why he attacked the WWE legends during the last episode of the red show, with the WWE Champion who he soon interrupted the Legend Killer speech, only to be challenged to a match for the next PPV on October 25th.

The WWE also confirmed this via a tweet: "Mark your [calendars] @DMcIntyreWWE defends the #WWEChampionship inside #HellInACell against @RandyOrton on Sunday, Oct. 25 at @WWE #HIAC!" After only a few minutes, WWE has finally formalized the contention valid for the WWE Championship for the next ppv, which will obviously be placed inside the Hell in a Cell, with this which should absolutely be one of the cartel matches of the evening along with the one between Roman Reigns and the smaller cousin Jey Uso, also inside the cage, most likely.

As reported a few weeks ago, however, the main event of the evening of next 25 October, should be the one valid for the Smackdown Women's Title currently in possession of the champion Bayley, who right inside the infernal cage should defend her belt from an attack of former best friend Sasha Banks', now poisoned by Bayley's constant attacks of the past weeks.

If the WWE management does not change their mind, as reported by recent rumors, the women's match should be destined to close this month's PPV aka Hell in a Cell.