Only one title change expected at Hell in a Cell

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Only one title change expected at Hell in a Cell

After broadcasting three extraordinary episodes of Monday Night Raw and Friday Night Smackdown, dedicated to the 2020 Draft and the Season Premiere of the blue show on FOX, WWE is now dedicating itself body and soul to the next ppv of the federation of the month of October: Hell in a Cell.

Although the three main matches have now been defined for a few days, with the three matches that have been designated as a PPV cartel match that are the one valid for the Smackdown Universal title, between Roman Reigns and his cousin Jey Uso, the valid match for the Smackdown female title between Bayley and Sasha Banks and finally the Raw match between Drew McIntyre and Randy Orton valid instead for the WWE title, with all three contests that will take place inside the hellish cage of the Hell in a Cell, WWE appears to be still on the high seas with the rest of the event card.

According to what was revealed in the past few hours by the journalists of the well-known overseas site, Ringside News, the management of the WWE is said to be still undecided on many of the meetings that it will have to stage in the next event that will be recorded on October 25th, or between exactly one week.

Rumors on Hell in a Cell

Although the three most important matches of the show have already been widely publicized and will almost certainly also take up a lot of the time dedicated to ppv, nothing has been advertised for the rest of the event, with fans only knowing six of the many athletes.

who will take part in next Sunday's pay-per-view. As stated by the journalist Steve Carrier of the site reported above, within the WWE circles it is not yet known the number of matches that will be staged in Hell in a Cell, with WWE still working in a hurry to build some angles that in the next two television episodes can already justify a match in ppv, with very little time still available, due to the fact that the McMahon management waited for the last second before reporting new plans on the main shows of the company, which would otherwise have been distorted by the Draft.

Drew McIntyre is the favorite to beat Randy Orton at Hell In A Cell 2020, but not by a fair margin as Orton is still at +100 odds. Perhaps, it’s time for him to pick up the world title again and resume the unfinished business against Hall of Famer Edge. This program is being rumored for next year’s WrestleMania, for a long time.