The New Day laid down a special challenge (©Twitter @Cagesideseats).

Big change made to Tag Team title match at Hell in a Cell

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A second Hell in a Cell match was confirmed on Tuesday's episode of Smackdown Live.

The Hell in a Cell PPV is less than two weeks away and one of the title matches already confirmed for the event made the big change.

Raising the stakes

It all stemmed from a simple match that took place on Tuesday's episode of Smackdown Live where the Usos took on the Hype Bros.


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The Usos emerged victorious in the match while their Hell in a Cell opponents and Smackdown Live tag team champions the New Day sat at ringside and took in the contest.

Following the match, the Usos confronted their long time rivals to once again highlight the joking nature of the trio.

This would then lead to Xavier Woods laying down the challenge to the Usos.

Woods would challenge the Usos to make their already announced Tag Team title match at Hell in a Cell take place inside the demonic structure.

One Hell in a Cell match has already been announced for the event and it will see the highly personal feud between Shane McMahon and Kevin Owens finally come to a head inside the structure.

However a second now looks to have been added to the event and it will decide the fate of the Smackdown Live Tag Team Titles.

it's not uncommon for two Hell in a Cell matches to take place at the event and now it would appear that the two for this year's event have been confirmed.

The New Day weren't in action on Smackdown but they still managed to produce one of the key moments in the show.

Hell on the horizon

Hell in a Cell this year looks set to be an important show for the superstars of Smackdown Live.

It will see Bobby Roode's PPV debut, Shinsuke Nakamura's second chance at the WWE Championship and the highly awaited clash between Owens and McMahon.

The biggest match of the night will undoubtedly be the contest between McMahon and Owens, but with every Smackdown Live title set to be on the line, there could be a very different look to the show once it is over.

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