WWE is holding their Hell in a Cell event tonight, about four months before they usually do every year. The annual October event is going down in June for some reason. We’ll just have to see what WWE holds in its place when we get further into the year. Six matches are announced so far, and nothing has been confirmed for the kickoff show yet.

Hell in a Cell will begin at 8:00 PM, but the kickoff show will begin at 7:00 PM on Peacock for fans in America. The WWE Network will still air the event for anyone outside of the United States.

Roman Reigns vs Rey Mysterio will not be happening tonight. They ran that match on Friday Night SmackDown. Now the Tribal Chief is not expected to be on the show at all.

The WWE Title will be on the line in a match that means a lot to Drew McIntyre. If he is unable to beat Bobby Lashley for his title then McIntyre will never get another shot as long as The All Mighty is Champion.


Charlotte Flair will get another shot at the RAW Women’s Title as she takes on Rhea Ripley. That match could have a very interesting finish, depending on what WWE decides to do.

Also, Bianca Belair and Bayley will battle in the Hell in a Cell match. They made that match a HIAC match on SmackDown to make up for the match they lost. The company also added Seth Rollins vs Cesaro and Kevin Owens vs Sami Zayn to the card this week.

It should be an exciting show with plenty of action, but no Roman Reigns. You can check out the updated card (so far) below.


Bobby Lashley vs Drew McIntyre – Hell in a Cell match


Rhea Ripley vs Charlotte Flair


Bianca Belair vs Bayley – Hell in a Cell Match

Seth Rollins vs Cesaro

Alexa Bliss vs Shayna Baszler

Kevin Owens vs Sami Zayn

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