5 WWE Superstars who can make their Hell in a Cell 2020 debut this sunday

WWE Hell in a Cell 2020: WWE Hell in a Cell is yet another exciting and jaw-dropping WWE’s event that will happen this Sunday Live from Amway Center, Orlando on 25th October 2020. Following this there are still many segments that have to be announced for the same.

As of now WWE has enunciated only four matches for this thunderous event that is just five days from now.

It includes WWE Universal Championship, WWE RAW Championship, and WWE Smackdown Championship matches so far.

However, let us check out some of the best WWE Superstars who could make their first ever debut match this sunday at Hell in a Cell 2020.

Kofi Kingston

Kofi Kingston has been a part of WWE for more than a decade at this point. He has wrestled them all and has won every major title in WWE, including the WWE Championship. Kofi spent the majority of his career as a mid-card act, and the situation remained the same during his stint as a member of The New Day, one of the most successful factions in wrestling history. Kingston finally got his shot at the WWE title at WrestleMania 35 last year, where he defeated Daniel Bryan to win the coveted belt.

Kingston became one of the most protected WWE Champions in history, and successfully defended the belt over the next six months. His reign ended on a sour note though, as he lost to Brock Lesnar in a squash match on SmackDown. Kingston had a heated rivalry with Randy Orton in 2009. The feud certainly warranted a Hell In A Cell match, but the pay-per-view had already taken place well before the two men began their rivalry. The New Day took on The Usos in a Hell In A Cell match for the SmackDown Tag Team titles in 2017, but Kingston wasn’t a part of the match.

The Miz

The Miz has headlined WrestleMania, where he defeated John Cena to retain his WWE Championship, but he has never been inside Hell In A Cell. The Miz has been with WWE for over 16 years, and it’s worth noting that WWE didn’t deem any of his feuds worthy enough to warrant a Hell In A Cell match. He was a mid-card Superstar during his early years, and finally became a main-event star when he defeated Randy Orton for the WWE title on an episode of WWE RAW.

Months later, he defeated John Cena in the main event of WrestleMania 27 with some help from The Rock. The Miz then went back to being a mid-card star and hasn’t won the WWE title ever since. He has won the Intercontinental title on eight occasions though, making him one of the greatest Intercontinental Champions in history. The Miz is almost 40 years old, and one wonders whether he will ever get a chance to compete inside Hell In A Cell before he finally hangs up the boots.

Bobby Lashley

Bobby Lashley is perhaps one of the most deserving candidates to bag a chance to compete inside Hell In A Cell. Back in 2005-06, Bobby Lashley was one of the fastest rising stars on WWE SmackDown. His shot at fame came on the road to WrestleMania 23 when he was chosen to represent Donald Trump in the “Battle of the Billionaires” against Mr. McMahon’s client, Umaga. The match was heavily promoted and received nationwide attention. WrestleMania 23 did record buys and it was only broken by WrestleMania 28, which was headlined by The Rock vs John Cena, five years later.

Lashley left WWE in late 2007 and came back 11 years later after making his name elsewhere. Lashley’s feud with Rusev was certainly deserving of a Hell In A Cell match, where we would get to see Rusev exact revenge on Lashley for taking Lana away from him. Unfortunately, the feud was a major flop and had an untimely end. Lashley is currently gaining steam courtesy his stint with The Hurt Business. Here’s hoping that he gets at least one Hell In A Cell outing before he bids goodbye to the business.

2. AJ Styles

AJ Styles has been with WWE for over four years now, and the promotion has handled him as well as it possibly could. Styles is a two-time WWE Champion and has had epic feuds against the likes of The Undertaker, John Cena, and Roman Reigns. It’s a shame that we never got to see Styles compete inside Hell In A Cell. His rivalry with Cena back in 2016-17 was one for the ages, and fans wouldn’t have complained one bit if WWE let these two Superstars go crazy inside Hell In A Cell.

Styles had major feuds with several other Superstars, most notably Shinsuke Nakamura, Shane McMahon, and Chris Jericho. But none of those were resolved inside Hell In A Cell. A lot of it had to do with the timing of these feuds, as they didn’t take place around the time WWE Hell In A Cell was scheduled. Styles is currently one of the top Superstars on WWE SmackDown. He still has a lot left in the tank, and it would be something fresh to see someone of his stature compete in one of the greatest gimmick matches ever produced by WWE.

1. Drew McIntyre
If someone has to be given superstar of the year award this year then it would be  WWE RAW Champion Drew McIntyre, who has beaten the beast Incarnate Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania 36 in a thunderous battle. Plus, the champion McIntyre has beaten some of the best superstars this year which includes Seth Rollins, Big Show, Randy Orton, Bobby Lashley while defending this prestigious Championship. However, Drew McIntyre is also set to defend his WWE Raw Championship against Drew McIntyre at Hell in a Cell this Sunday.
It is interesting to what would happen even Drew McIntyre makes his first entrance inside Hell in a Cell 2020. Will he defeat the viper Randy Orton for the third time or Randy Orton will strike back and claim his 14th world championship.