All 5 confirmed matches for this Sunday’s PPV Hell in a Cell 2020, all you need to know

WWE Hell in a Cell: The latest pay-per-view event by WWE, Hell in a Cell 2020 is going to be premiered on October 25. Since 2009, the show is organised every October by the American entertainment company, primarily known for professional wrestling.

The concept behind this is from WWE Hell in a Cell match where wrestlers fight inside a 20-foot-high caged structure. The matches will happen at Orlando’s Amway Center, which is a major sports entertainment venue in the state of Florida, USA.

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Universal Champion Roman Reigns vs. Jey Uso (Hell in a Cell “I Quit” Match)

Roman Reigns has taken his place at the head of the table. All he wants now is for his cousin Jey Uso to pay his respects and join him.

The Big Dog will go to battle with his Bloodline once again in a Universal Championship rematch with Uso in a Hell in a Cell “I Quit” Match at WWE Hell in a Cell. Reigns sent a brutal message in his win at WWE Clash of Champions that only ended once Jimmy Uso finally threw in the towel on behalf of his brother. It appeared the Universal Champion was set to move on with Paul Heyman prepared to official crown him The Tribal Chief on Friday Night SmackDown, but Reigns yearned for more. The titleholder asked for Uso to come out and call him The Tribal Chief in order for the status to be fully earned. The high-flying challenger wouldn’t take that step, but he did agree to share the ring with his cousin once again in the “highest stakes match in WWE history.”

Two nights before WWE Hell in a Cell, Reigns revealed those drastic consequences before both his cousins. If The Big Dog emerges victorious, Jey & Jimmy Uso will have to take orders and acknowledge Reigns as The Tribal Chief or the Usos and their immediate families will all be exiled from the family.

What will happen when family collides inside one of sports-entertainment’s most unforgiving structures? Who will utter the words “I Quit!”

WWE Champion Drew McIntyre vs. Randy Orton (Hell in a Cell Match)

There will be no escaping Randy Orton’s reign of terror at WWE Hell in a Cell, and that’s exactly the way WWE Champion Drew McIntyre wants it.

The two titans will clash in a WWE Championship Hell in a Cell Match, as the cage lowers for the third installment of their rivalry. McIntyre outlasted Orton in a brutal showdown at SummerSlam with a crafty backslide to seal the win. The Viper continued his reign of terror with targeted kicks to the skull of McIntyre that put the champion’s immediate in-ring future in doubt.

The ghosts of Orton’s past caught up to him at WWE Clash of Champions, as Shawn Michaels, Big Show, Ric Flair and Christian got involved in an Ambulance Match, which was won by McIntyre. The defeat did nothing to humble the brash Superstar, as Orton went into disguise to launch one more attack on the four Legends of sports-entertainment on Raw. McIntyre came calling to return the favor and issue Orton a challenge he couldn’t possibly escape at WWE Hell in a Cell.

SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley vs. Sasha Banks (Hell in a Cell Match)

There will be nowhere to hide when former best friends Bayley and Sasha Banks meet in a SmackDown Women’s Championship Hell in a Cell Match.

Two Beltz Banks and Bayley Dos Straps were on top of the world as “The Golden Role Models” of WWE this summer. Then a string of losses over SummerSlam weekend derailed their dominance. Bayley still holds her precious SmackDown Women’s Title, but she lost her best friend in the process. After failing to regain the Women’s Tag Team Titles, Bayley crushed Banks with a ruthless steel chair attack. Another steel chair attack from Bayley enraged an injured Banks enough to return the favor at WWE Clash of Champions.

Bayley has remained one step ahead of the competition during her historic reign, but Banks brings extra motivation into their upcoming clash. The Boss battled back from injury to return to the ring, but the SmackDown Women’s Champion resorted to a quick disqualification to keep her title in their most recent showdown.

Will Banks end Bayley’s historic title reign and get her desired payback? Or will Bayley reach a new level of brutality in taking down The Boss inside WWE Hell in a Cell?

Jeff Hardy vs. Elias

Jeff Hardy and Elias are both seeking a “Universal Truth.” They just have very different versions of it.

The Charismatic Enigma will battle Elias at WWE Hell in a Cell, as the two newly drafted red brand Superstars look for a huge opening riff.

The red brand musician still believes Hardy was responsible for the hit and run attack months ago on SmackDown. After being drafted to Raw, Elias boldly announced his return with a blindside guitar smash to the back of Hardy. As Elias concluded his unforgettable concert performance the following week, a disguised Hardy took a swing at the musical Superstar with an electric guitar.

Elias is hot on the music scene with the anticipated debut of his new album “Universal Truth,” but The Charismatic Enigma is ready to test the newly returned Superstar inside the squared circle.

Will Hardy be able to silence WWE’s songbird? Or will Elias make his return a smash-hit?

Otis vs. The Miz – Winner gets Money in the Bank contract

There can only be one Mr. Money in the Bank, and Otis and The Miz are ready to settle that once and for all at WWE Hell in a Cell.

The Money in the Bank contract will be on the line when the Heavy Machinery Superstar takes on the A-Lister this Sunday. The Miz & John Morrison have tried a number of schemes but were unable to pry the contract from Otis. The dispute would eventually head to court with WWE Legends JBL, Ron Simmons and Teddy Long all pulled into the Law & Otis proceedings. JBL’s gavel delivered the final sentence, as some valuable last minute evidence helped tip the scales of justice in favor of The Miz.

Will Otis provide the ultimate closing argument and leave as Mr. Money in the Bank? Or will The Miz’s devious actions finally pay off?