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Full betting odds for tonight’s 2020 Hell In A Cell PPV

We are back in the ThunderDome tonight for the 2020 edition of Hell In A Cell. This year, there are three Hell In A Cell matches on the card, a record for one night.

Speaking of the card, there are only five matches announced so far although it would not be surprising if a match or two will be added during the show. It’s a relatively small card so you will have enough time to check out some Nevada sports betting apps in the process and maybe drop in a bet or two on the show. Odds are correct at time of this post going live.

In the first of three Hell In A Cell matches, Roman Reigns remains the overwhelming favorite with odds of 1/25 to retain the Universal title while his challenger and cousin Jey Uso is at 8/1 for the big upset.

The WWE title will also be decided tonight inside the steel structure with Drew McIntyre putting up the gold on the line against Randy Orton. The Scottish Psychopath is 1/2 favorite to win the match while Orton is 6/4 to add another title reign.

Perhaps the most anticipated Hell In A Cell match is the one between former best friends Bayley and Sasha Banks. The current Smackdown Women’s champion, Bayley, is the underdog with odds of 13/8 as bookies are backing Sasha Banks to win the match tonight with odds of 4/9.

In the other two matches announced, Otis is favorite with 8/15 odds to retain the Money In The Bank contract against The Miz who is 11/8 and Elias is 4/7 favorite to beat Jeff Hardy who has odds of 5/4.

Between the six competitors who will be participating in a Hell In A Cell match tonight, they have been inside the structure 13 times collectively. Two of them are walking in the cage for the very first time.

This is the eighth time that Randy Orton will be setting inside the Hell In A Cell structure. He won four of those encounters – against John Cena, Sheamus, Daniel Bryan, and Jeff Hardy – and lost three – against The Undertaker, Mark Henry, and John Cena. For Drew McIntyre, this is a new match for him and it’s his first time in Hell In A Cell.

Roman Reigns has only participated in three previous Hell In A Cell matches, so this will be his fourth one. He has two victories – against Bray Wyatt and Rusev – and the other one against Braun Strowman ended in a no contest when Brock Lesnar interfered. Jey Uso will be entering his second Hell In A Cell match although it’s his first as a solo. His first match inside the structure came with his brother Jimmy against The New Day.

Sasha Banks is getting ready for her third time inside Hell In A Cell and holds the record for the most appearances by a female. However, her record has zero wins and two losses, with Banks losing against Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch. Bayley, on the other hand, is entering in the structure for the very first time.

The Undertaker holds the record for most appearances inside Hell In A Cell, with a whopping 14 matches, winning eight of them and losing the rest. Triple H is next with nine appearances, winning six and losing three.

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