Mick Foley announces which match will headline WWE Hell in a Cell

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WWE Raw’s Hell in a Cell pay-per-view is just over a week away and it’s bound to be one of the best and biggest Hell in a Cell shows in history.

It’s already going to be an event that goes down in history as not only will it have not one, not two, but three matches taking place inside the cell, but it will also host the first ever women’s Hell in a Cell in WWE history.

Not only that, but Raw’s general manager Mick Foley made an announcement earlier today that will make the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view one of the biggest days in the history of women’s wrestling.


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On his Facebook page, Foley announced that the Women’s Hell in a Cell match between Sasha Banks and Charlotte for the WWE Raw Women’s Championship will be the main event of the pay-per-view.

The Raw general manager said: “CHILLS - Forget for a moment about Stephanie McMahon's jumping high-five or my awkward attempt to hug the #RAW Comissioner. The biggest moment of the night for us came when the #WWE cameras were off, and Stephanie and I just looked at the #HIAC poster, realizing that for #WomensWrestling, history is upon us - as Sasha Banks and Charlotte will main event the #HIAC PPV.

“I am so happy for Sasha, for Charlotte, for all the women who paved the way, and all those who aspire to follow in their footsteps. It is no exaggeration to say that looking at that poster gave me chills...and they were multiplying.”

This is huge for women’s wrestling as it will arguably be the biggest match in the division since the triple threat for the title between Banks, Charlotte, and Becky Lynch at WrestleMania 32, and it will be the first time a women’s match has ever been the main event of a main roster WWE pay-per-view.

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