WWE announced that Hell in Cell will take place on June 20th. That was a bit of a shocker for fans because they were expecting to hear about Money in the Bank’s next date. Now Money in the Bank is likely being pushed to July for a return of live fans.

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During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer broke down the current WWE landscape and projected which matches fans are likely to see in the punishing Hell in a Cell structure. It seems that Jimmy Uso and Roman Reigns are bound to battle, but that unforgiving environment might be too early for their feud.

“Roman Reigns and Jimmy Uso haven’t had a match, so starting them out in Hell in a Cell would be ridiculous. I’m not saying they won’t do that, but it would be ridiculous. Now they have to do something.”


“I mean they did the thing with freakin’ Cesaro and Seth [Rollins] so it’s got me thinking that Seth and Cesaro are going to do a Hell in a Cell, and I guess you could do Lashley and McIntyre because they’ve done a lot of matches together and obviously, the finish of the three-way, which was what everybody expected, does lead itself to another match with Lashley and McIntyre as well.”

WWE has a lot of options as they begin to make their way closer to the June 20th Hell in a Cell pay-per-view event. No matches have been officially booked as of this writing.

The company surprised a lot of people when announcing Hell in a Cell for June, an event typically held in October. You can click here for WWE’s probably reasoning on that decision.

Who do you want to see in a Hell in a Cell match next month? Sound off in the comments!

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