Roman Reigns and Rusev to compete in a Hell in a Cell match for the US title

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Tonight's episode of RAW got off to a ferocious start as Roman Reigns and Rusev reignited their rivalry.

The two clashed at the top of the show and Rusev would even go as far as to try and leave with Reigns' title belt.

A date with a cell

Rusev would look to leave with the belt, but that wouldn't go down well with Reigns who came from out of the crowd to stop him.


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It all started with Reigns coming down to the ring and revelling in the fact that he is the first member of his family to be crowned US Champion.

This would eventually draw Lana out to the ring who claimed at first that she was there without the knowledge of her husband Rusev.

After delivering a Superman punch on the stage to the Bulgarian Brute, Reigns would pick up his title and deliver an interesting message.

Promising Rusev his re-match at the upcoming Hell in a Cell PPV, Reigns would actually go on to offer a bigger match than that.

Telling Rusev that their match will take place inside Hell in a Cell, Reigns made the first big match of the event.

With the two now set to clash inside the iconic structure, Hell in a Cell has it's first big title match and it will be interesting to see what other titles will be decided inside the Cell.

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