WWE Hell in a Cell Preview: Roman Reigns vs Jey Uso reveals consequences for this Sunday

WWE Hell in a Cell 2020: The stakes are set for Roman Reigns vs. Jey Uso at Hell in a Cell.

Reigns is defending his Universal Championship against Uso in a Hell in a Cell I Quit match at Sunday’s pay-per-view. In the main event segment of tonight’s go-home episode of SmackDown, WWE revealed the additional consequences for the match.

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Reigns announced that if Uso loses at Hell in a Cell, Uso will have to fall in line, take orders, and acknowledge Reigns and respect him for all he does for their family. If Uso isn’t able to do that, then Uso, his brother Jimmy, their wives, their children, and generations to come will all be out of the Samoan Dynasty.

If Reigns loses on Sunday, he’ll no longer be Universal Champion and will no longer be the head of the table in their family.

Uso had attacked Reigns prior to the consequences for their Hell in a Cell match being revealed tonight. After Reigns came out for the segment, the video screen showed what appeared to be Uso in Reigns’ VIP lounge. But it was revealed to be a diversion, with Jimmy Uso pretending to be Jey so that Jey could attack Reigns.

Here’s the updated card for Sunday’s PPV:

Universal Champion Roman Reigns defends against Jey Uso in a Hell in a Cell I Quit match

WWE Champion Drew McIntyre defends against Randy Orton in a Hell in a Cell match

SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley defends against Sasha Banks in a Hell in a Cell match

Jeff Hardy vs. Elias

Otis defends his Money in the Bank contract against The Miz