With Monday Night RAW’s first brand-exclusive pay-per-view, Clash of Champions now officially in the books, attention turns to Hell in a Cell which takes place at the end of the month.
It’s widely expected that Kevin Owens will also put his WWE Universal Championship against Seth Rollins in the main event.
Although there’s no confirmation of their match just yet, WrestlingInc.com are reporting via Dave Meltzer that the red brand could be making a second blockbuster match to take place at the event.
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They’re claiming that the WWE are currently planning on having Sasha Banks defend hew RAW Women’s Championship against Charlotte inside the Cell on October 30.
This could be the second Hell in a Cell match announced, following the announcement that Rusev will challenge Roman Reigns for the United States Championship in the same stipulation.
We have to take this with a pinch of salt right now, as the WWE are notorious for their plans changing at the last minute.
So we have to wait and see what develops in the coming weeks, but if it happens it will make this the first women’s match to ever take place in the structure.
One criticism RAW draws compared to SmackDown LIVE is that the blue brand utilises all of their female talent a lot better than RAW.
We’ve seen every SmackDown female involved in the title scene, and their feuds have been entertaining regardless of where they’ve been put on the card.
Compared to Monday night’s, where we only see a lot of focus on Charlotte, Sasha and Bayley, while Dana Brooke is hovering on the outside.
This could be the first real step in the revolution that’s been created.
The women and the company as a whole have done a fantastic job of breaking down barriers by giving them more spotlight, as we saw in the magnificent main event on RAW this week.
For a while, fans have been calling for more stipulation matches to be added, and having them inside of a Cell can be a great push for the future, as it can lead to potential Money in the Bank ladder matches, and use of other weapons if they fit in well with the storylines.
If Sasha and Charlotte are given this honour, not only does it create history and break down more barriers for the women, it leaves the women on Tuesday night's with a lot of catching up to do.
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