It is probably not a surprise that at last night's Smackdown tapings, WWE announced that Dolph Ziggler will be defending his Intercontinental Championship against his main rival Cesaro at this Sunday's Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, according to reports.
The two have had a back and forth rivalry for the past few weeks, with Cesaro winning a battle royal to face Ziggler for the title, only for him to be screwed out of the chance when the referee failed to see him kick out.
Dolph surprisingly won the title from The Miz at Night of Champions and has since been a fighting champion and faced off against the likes of Seth Rollins in recent weeks, but Cesaro will probably be his biggest test when the two go one on one in a few days.
New match added
Last night on Raw Dolph defeated Cesaro in another title match and following his win it was announced that the two would collide this Sunday in an epic 2 out of 3 falls match.
This is thought to be the final match to be added to the card now and the final card sees, Nikki Bella face off against her sister Brie with the loser becoming the winners assistant for a month and if that assistant refuses to perform their duties, they will be forced to quit WWE.
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Epic matches ahead
Rusev faces off against Big Show in what proves to be an epic Russia v USA showdown. Sheamus defends his United States title against The Miz, who will have Damien Mizdow in his corner.
AJ Lee defends her Divas Championship against former Champion Paige, who will have her new best friend Alicia Fox in her corner whilst Stardust and Goldust defend their tag team championships against the former champions The Usos.
This is all before an epic double main event that sees former team mates Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins finally colliding inside the devils structure before John Cena and Randy Orton step in the ring in their own version of hell with the chance to face Brock Lesnar for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on the line.
As well as this it has been announced that Paul Heyman will be a guest on the kick off show which begins at midnight, live on the WWE Network.
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