A total of five matches have been confirmed so far for the WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, with every championship being defended.
Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte for the Raw Women’s Championship is, of course, the key female feud, not only on the red brand but in all of WWE as there are rumours the duo could be the main event the show.
BAYLEY VS. DANA BROOKE
The company do have plans to introduce another women’s match to take place on the night, and with just under two weeks remaining until the show, they still have two episodes to confirm the match.
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While Banks and Charlotte are busy with their feud, we still have Nia Jax dominating in her squash matches, Dana Brooke is passing the time until her inevitable face turn to take on Charlotte finally occurs, and Bayley is perhaps next in line for a championship match.
CageSideSeats are reporting that one of the matches the WWE are working on for Hell in a Cell is Bayley vs. Brooke, and it could be announced as early as tonight.
It’s a match that could be important for both women, as it’s Bayley’s first singles pay-per-view match on the main roster, while Dana needs to prove she’s almost on the same level as them and a surprise win would be great for her.
TAG TEAM ACTION
They’re also reporting that the WWE are planning another tag team match, where Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows go up against Enzo Amore and Big Cass.
This falls in a similar boat to the Bayley and Brooke match, as they’re both secondary bouts behind the championship matches, but equally as important in terms of building momentum and creating new contenders.
The tag team match will be an intriguing one, as the winners are likely to be next in line for the champions, yet rumours this week suggested Enzo and Big Cass will receive a push towards WrestleMania 33.
Even if neither matches succeed in finding a legitimate contender, we still have two matches which should be great additions to the card and potentially two great feuds with a great face vs. heel dynamic which should help them all in the long run.
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