Clash of Championsas he raised the Universal Championship over the brutalized body of his cousin, Jey Uso. At Hell in a Cell on Sunday, the two will battle once again, but this time, as you can probably guess by now, it’ll be inside the Hell in a Cell cage… and it’ll be an I Quit match.
It’s one of three Cell matches so far announced for the show, as Drew McIntyre will defend his WWE Championship (again) against Randy Orton, and Sasha Banks challenges for Bayley’s SmackDown Women’s Championship.
So far, only four matches are official for the show. We’ll update this page as more are revealed.
As with Raw and SmackDown, Hell in a Cell will air from Orlando’s Amway Center, known as WWE’s ThunderDome. The main card starts both days at 7 p.m. ET/4 p.m. PT. If you’re a paid WWE Network subscriber — at $9.99 a month — you can watch Hell in a Cell live for no extra cost. Otherwise, you’ll need to contact your local cable provider.
Viewers in the UK will have to stay up late to watch Hell in a Cell; the show starts 11 p.m. Sunday UK time. Hell in a Cell starts for Australians at 10 a.m. AEST on Monday.
- WWE Championship Hell in a Cell match: Drew McIntyre (c) vs. Randy Orton.
- Universal Championship Hell in a Cell I Quit match: Roman Reigns (c) vs. Jey Uso.
- SmackDown Women’s Championship Hell in a Cell match: Bayley (c) vs. Sasha Banks.
- Elias vs. Jeff Hardy.
How to watch: WWE Network
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