WWE Hell in a Cell: 2 huge matches announced: Rhea Ripley vs. Charlotte Flair for the Raw Women’s Championship was already announced for WWE Hell in a Cell. However, after tonight’s main event of Monday Night Raw, the WWE Championship title picture is clear.
WWE Hell in a Cell: Drew McIntyre vs. Bobby Lashley announced for Hell in a Cell
Kofi Kingston and Drew McIntyre were involved in a hard-hitting number one contender’s bout for the WWE championship. The match was literally main event worthy as the two former World Champions didn’t leave any stone unturned to set a date with the All-Mighty Bobby Lashley.
It's on at #HIAC!
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The match saw many twists and turns, with both gaining and losing momentum at different time intervals. The bout comprised high flying moves along with powerful offense and impeccable resilience. Kofi hit two SOS and a Trouble in Paradise to slay the Scottish Warrior, but it wasn’t enough. Meanwhile, McIntyre displayed his power by throwing Kofi with utmost ease by hitting him with a Glasgow Kiss and a swinging Future Shock DDT, but he couldn’t put The New Day member down.
Eventually, McIntyre wrapped up things with a Claymore that was hit while Kofi was attempting a jump off the turnbuckle. With this win, McIntyre will now challenge Bobby Lashley for the WWE Championship at Hell in a Cell pay-per-view.
Here’s the updated match card of WWE Hell in a Cell.
- Rhea Ripley (C) vs. Charlotte Flair for the Raw Women’s Championship
- Bobby Lashley (C) vs. Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship
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No match announced from Smackdown yet!
The two matches announced so far for Hell in a Cell pay-per-view are from Monday Night Raw. There are matches to be added from Smackdown. However, so far, the Blue Brand is yet to announce a match for Hell in a Cell, and in the coming weeks, we will get a clear picture from Friday Nights too.