WWE are building towards one of the most exciting PPVs of the year... Hell in a Cell.
The show is always fan favourite because it features the iconic namesake structure, allowing superstars to go to war in a brutal match.
This year we're not short of feuds that would be perfectly settled inside a cell, either.
Drew McIntyre and Randy Orton's battle for the WWE Championship could conclude later this month.
The pair have been involved in a brutal programme which has stretched across two PPVs already - SummerSlam and Clash of Champions.
McIntyre has successfully defended his belt on both occasions but has been tormented by The Viper on Monday Night RAW and after this week's events, it seems the feud isn't over yet.
To close RAW, Orton attacked four WWE legends that helped 'The Scottish Psychopath' win at Clash of Champions - Ric Flair, Big Show, Shawn Michaels and Christian.
We're expecting McIntyre to seek revenge next week and surely, all roads are leading to a match at Hell in a Cell?
But according to reports, that bout (if it happens) won't be the main event of the PPV.
Per WrestleVotes, WWE have already decided that Sasha Banks vs Bayley will close the show.
Now that would certainly be exciting.
Banks and Bayley are currently working their first main roster programme against each other, having had a feud in NXT that concluded with one of the greatest matches in the brand's history.
If those two do settle their differences at Hell in a Cell on October 25, it will be a worthy main event.
So far, no matches have been officially announced for the PPV but as it's coming up soon, the build to Bayley vs Banks could step up a gear on this Friday's SmackDown.
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