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Watch WWE Hell in a Cell 2018

Watch WWE Hell in a Cell 2018

Hell in a Cell (2018) is an upcoming professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event and WWE Network event, produced by WWE for their Raw and SmackDown brands. It will take place on September 16, 2018, at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas. It will be the tenth event under the Hell in a Cell chronology.

The WWE Hell in a Cell 2018 pay-per-view is presented by Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live and scheduled for September 16, 2018 in the AT&T Center in Dallas, Texas.

Universal Championship Hell in a Cell Match: Roman Reigns (c) versus. Braun Strowman

Well, I would say Kevin Owens or another person screws Braun Strowman from the match and that is WWE’s method of maintaining your belt on Reigns, ensuring Strowman does not eclipse him in recognition, but additionally keeps him searching sufficiently strong despite the fact that individuals will be annoyed that Reigns still had a pinfall victory on Strowman again, and also the event will finish in boos, but they’ll attempt to believe that that is because individuals will boo the heel interfering, instead of booing Reigns winning.

After which, Strowman switched heel, because “please cheer Roman.”

So, rather, Reigns only will beat Strowman with the help of The Shield and conquer the monster and everybody will boo or perhaps be too busy obsessed with The Shield itself to crap onto it an excessive amount of, after which they’ll still screw Strowman for the following year approximately, saddle him with a few dumb match at WrestleMania the coming year against Bobby Lashley or something like that, which will whether it is.

Method to kill my curiosity about this, WWE, making it considerably harder to protect why I watch any longer.

Mixed Tag Team Match: The Miz and Maryse versus. Daniel Bryan and Brie Bella

Nice! The following logical step is how they’re going, again. Fully meant for this…a minimum of, from the storyline perspective. After watching Brie within the ring on Raw, I am concern about the caliber of her portion of the match.

WWE Championship Match: AJ Styles (c) versus. Samoa Joe

Joe must win the championship here. This way, Styles could possibly get his rematch at Super Show-Lower and Joe can fight the universal champion at Survivor Series (Reigns) and fight Daniel Bryan at TLC.

Raw Women’s Championship Match: Ronda Rousey (c) versus. Alexa Bliss

Standard rematch with Bliss “revoking” her rematch clause, as she place it. It was probably the most apparent, easiest approach to take. I am not amazed at all.

SmackDown Tag Team Championship Match: The Brand New Day (c) versus. Rusev Day

Very surprised this title shot will Rusev Day, consider they have already announced The Bar obtaining a shot at Super Show-Lower, I suppose it seems sensible. Also, which means The Brand New Day are maintaining your belts so the Super Show-Lower match can occur.

Hell in a Cell Match: Shaun Sturdy versus. Randy Orton

Eh…this may be neat, but I am not receiving my hopes up.

SmackDown Women’s Championship Match: Charlotte now Flair (c) versus. Becky Lynch

It will be interesting to find out if WWE ignores the cheers Becky can get, like they have done before.

Raw Tag Team Championship Match: Came McIntyre and Dolph Ziggler (c) versus. Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins

So…this is among individuals situations where I must assume the champions could keep the belts, to ensure that Reigns will keep his title, and Super Show-Lower may have two belts on every side from the six-man tag team match. Essentially, WWE is overbooking things and doubling on a feud for 2 occasions which are happening too rapidly with regards to one another, also it would have the prospect been easier to simply have one event having a combined card instead of…right…I am rambling. The thing is, Braun Strowman should not have switched heel

Views: 130

Genre: 2018WWE PPVs

Country: USA

Duration: 222 min

IMDb: 6.3