Up until the beginning of this week, WWE only had five matches in place for Hell in a Cell which is set to take place on Sunday. On Monday morning, a big tag team match between Big Cass and Enzo Amore vs. Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson was added, but now, there’s even more. On Wednesday, WWE added two more big matches to the card to bring the grand total up to eight bouts, and it is making the event look better with each passing day.
The first big match that was added was another match from the women’s division that could very well lead to who could challenge for the title next. As reported by the official website of WWE, Bayley will face off with Dana Brooke in a one-on-one match this Sunday at Hell in a Cell.
In the past few weeks, the two women have come face-to-face a number of times and one was even a match back on the Oct. 17 episode of Monday Night Raw which saw Dana defeat Bayley. It was quite a shocking defeat and one that fans wouldn’t have expected to happen to the former NXT Women’s Champion.
Dana doesn’t actually believe that her victory should be considered an upset as she feels she is just as talented as Bayley or even better. This past week, the two ladies faced off in an arm wrestling match but Dana didn’t let that one go as cleanly as their match from the previous week.
The winner of this match could move up the ladder in a big way and end up challenging Sasha Banks or Charlotte after Hell in a Cell. It’s going to be up to which superstar walks out of the event on Sunday night with the WWE Women’s Title around her waist.
Another big match was announced on the official website of WWE on Wednesday and it was the kickoff match which could end up being a show-stealer.
Even though there are three big Hell in a Cell matches on Sunday night, a lot of fans are looking forward to the Cruiserweight Title match between TJ Perkins and Brian Kendrick. Depending on who walks out of the PPV with the belt, they will need a new challenger and that wrestler could come from the kickoff match.
The kickoff match will have six of the high-flying cruiserweights in it as they partner together in teams of three to hype up the crowd. Cedric Alexander will team with Lince Dorado the exciting Sin Cara to take on the team of Tony Nese, Drew Gulak, and Ariya Daivari.
Yes, the winners of the match will be a team of three, but the superstar that makes the biggest impression could be in line for a title shot soon.
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
- Bayley vs. Dana Brooke
- Kickoff Match: Cedric Alexander, Lince Dorado, & Sin Cara vs. Tony Nese, Drew Gulak, & Ariya Daivari
The card is always subject to change, but it seems as if WWE may be at the point that this card is now full and complete.
The three championship matches inside the cell could be worth the price of admission all on their own, and they’re bound to take a good deal of time on the card. Hell in a Cell is an event that is focused on the brutal action that is taking place inside of that demonic structure. The other matches do have a lot of significance, though, and they could say a lot for who goes on to fight for the titles in the WWE Women’s and Cruiserweight divisions.
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