WWE could add Braun Strowman vs Sami Zayn to Hell in a Cell pay-per-view

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WWE Hell in a Cell is upon us, and despite the Monday Night Raw pay-per-view taking place this evening, there are still possible changes being made.

Not only are officials still contemplating what match should see out the show, they are also thinking about possibly adding another singles match to the card.

Discussions are ongoing about what should be the official main event this evening, with some wanting Sasha Banks vs Charlotte to see out the show, and others, specifically Vince McMahon, wanting Seth Rollins vs Kevin Owens to main event.


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However, that's not the only decision left to be made.

According to NoDQ, WWE are still contemplating adding another singles match to the card, with Braun Strowman potentially facing Sami Zayn.

This has been a storyline brewing for the past couple of weeks, ever since Zayn answered Strowman's challenge for real competition.

Over the last month or so, Strowman has been given jobbers by Mick Foley, and although that eventually led to three-on-one handicap matches, the former Wyatt member still wanted more competition.

Down came Zayn.

The two haven't actually had a match yet since Zayn answered Strowman's challenge, but their first one could come as soon as tonight if WWE decide to add the match.

If WWE do eventually decide to add Strowman vs Zayn, that would mean the PPV has eight matches throughout.

Hell in a Cell will host three matches inside the demonic structure, as Rollins and Owens clash for the Universal Championship, Banks and Charlotte lock horns for the Women's Championship, and Roman Reigns defends his United States Championship against Rusev.

Elsewhere, The New Day defend their gold against Cesaro and Sheamus, TJ Perkins defends once again against Brian Kendrick, whilst Bayley and Dana Brooke also go head-to-head.

The final match sees Enzo and Cass go up against Anderson and Gallows.

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