Hell in a Cell is the next WWE event on the cards for wrestling fans. While the company is getting stiff competition from the AEW, there is no denying that Hell in a Cell is always a must-watch for fans.
Entertainment and sports took a big hit from the coronavirus but the creativity and determination of organisers, promoters, and all those involved have made sure that disappointment did not last long, including the WWE. After months of airing from the WWE performance center, including WrestleMania 36, the company and performers will have a change of scenery when they take to the Amway Center in Orlando, Florida, for one of the most successful and anticipated pay-per-view of the year, Hell in a Cell. Online bookmakers will no doubt be in on the business of providing live streaming to fans (for those who offer live streaming), as we look through some of the huge storylines and fights.
Tribal Chief Reigns
It was a wonderful shocker when Roman Reigns made his return to the WWE at SummerSlam, and moved on from being the Big Dog to something closer to his roots and even more impressive in the way he is pulling it off, the tribal chief. As a chief, Reigns is owed allegiance, and his cousins, the Usos, are the first on the list of those who have to pay tribute. However, it has not been all kumbaya as one of the brothers, Jey Uso apparently has a problem with the whole set up. A clash between him and reigns at Hell in a Cell, in an “I Quit” match will be must-see entertainment and no doubt the main event. Online bookmakers may want to run maintenance now because those streams will have to be impeccable. Reigns will definitely be the favorite, but expect the resilience of Jey Uso to make for stiff competition and a spirited match.
Friends become enemies
Sasha Banks vs. Bayley, for the SmackDown Women’s title, will be as entertaining as it will be pure venom. Once on the same side and BFFs, Banks and Bayley are now spitting venom and promising hell after a nasty turn on Banks by Bayley. Women’s matches have steadily been coming out of the shadows of male matches in terms of entertainment value, and this one should push the envelope even further. Two fighters with very different styles, expect nothing but pulsating action from start to finish.
The Viper circles the champion
Nothing but death will separate Randy Orton and Drew McIntyre at this point, it seems. Grueling matches at Clash of Champions and SummerSlam have not been able to put their beef to rest, with Orton promising to give no quarter until he wins the WWE championship and obliterates McIntyre. On the other hand, a very motivated McIntyre, buoyed by a crazy match at Clash of Champions, will be looking to settle Orton for good, in this trilogy fight.