It’s no big secret that this Sunday’s Hell in a Cell is going to be an interesting pay-per-view (PPV) and it has some pretty big matches on the card. The odd thing is that the card does seem quite small and void of a number of matches, but that could be due to the cell matches which are bound to take up a good bit of time. Well, WWE decided to up things a bit and added a huge match to the card on Monday which brings the official total of bouts to six.
Early on Monday, WrestleZone reported that a new tag team match was added to the Hell in a Cell card and it’s a big one. Enzo Amore and Big Cass have had their problems of late with the members of The Club (Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson), and now, they will get their shot at them on Oct. 30.
In recent weeks, the four men have come face-to-face on a number of occasions and tried to get their frustrations out. While Enzo may be quite small in stature, he’s not going to let anyone intimidate him when he has a man that is “seven-feet-tall” watching his back.
As recapped by the official site of WWE, Karl Anderson and Big Cass had a match last week and it was the big man’s turn for a little bit of revenge on Monday Night Raw. The previous week, Anderson and Gallows got the jump on the popular tag team by jumping them from behind, but this time, there were rules.
At one point, Big Cass launched Enzo Amore to take down Gallows at ringside and stop him from interfering in the match. Shortly after that, Big Cass hit the East River Crossing on Anderson for the pinfall in the center of the ring.
That is when WWE thought it was time to give these four hard-hitting guys their own match at Hell in a Cell, and it is one that was kind of expected. The Club has already had a shot at the Raw tag team titles and so have Big Cass and Enzo, but both teams ended up falling short.
Now, it’s time for them to climb back up the ladder and get another shot at The New Day or whoever may hold the titles after this Sunday’s PPV.
There are no stipulations put on this match, but it’s possible that this won’t be a one-time thing either. With the anger and hatred that all four men have for one another, it’s possible this feud could continue long after Hell in a Cell and it would be pretty fun to see a street fight at some point too.
As of this writing, the current card for Sunday’s Hell in a Cell is as follows:
- WWE Universal Championship – Hell in a Cell: Kevin Owens (c) vs. Seth Rollins
- WWE United States Championship – Hell in a Cell: Roman Reigns (c) vs. Rusev
- WWE Women’s Championship – Hell in a Cell: Sasha Banks (c) vs. Charlotte
- WWE Raw Tag Team Championship: The New Day (c) vs. Sheamus & Cesaro
- WWE Cruiserweight Championship: TJ Perkins (c) vs. Brian Kendrick
- Enzo Amore & Big Cass vs. Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson
The card is always subject to change and WWE could add another match or two before Sunday.
Hell in a Cell really doesn’t need to have a huge card as the matches inside the insane steel structure end up taking a lot of time and attention. The focus is usually on those bouts and having five titles on the line helps take up a lot of focus as well. Adding Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows vs. Enzo Amore and Big Cass is a match that has been a long time coming, and it’s a good one that fans will enjoy.
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