We are less than three weeks away from the Hell in a Cell PPV and the show is already looking like it'll be one to remember.
We have known since Night of Champions that we will see the epic final battle between the Undertaker and Brock Lesnar and now we know a few more battles we will see.
It was confirmed during a promo for Lesnar's Go to Hell tour that he would be facing off against the Deadman at Hell in Cell.
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This past Thursday on Smackdown, we also learnt that Bray Wyatt and Roman Reigns will go one on one inside the demonic structure.
Tonight on RAW, we learnt the fate of two titles with the WWE World Heavyweight Championship and Tag Team Championships being defined.
The Tag Team championships were defended on Saturday night at the live special from Madison Square Garden where the New Day retained he title thanks to outside interference.
But the team were so happy, they eventually got themselves in trouble with Stephanie McMahon on Raw, leading to a big announcement.
Mrs McMahon was clearly in a match making mood because the rematch between the New Day and the Dudley Boyz wasn't the only title match she announced tonight.
Not only did she make the title match, McMahon also made an added stipulation that could re-shape the entirety of the Authority.
Seth Rollins vs Kane has been coming for a very long time but with the added stipulation that a win for Rollins will see Corporate Kane dismissed of his duties, the ideas for what will happen at Hell in a Cell are wide ranging.