Quick Match Results
— Roman Reigns def. Jey Uso in an “I Quit” Hell in a Cell Match to retain the WWE Universal Championship
— Elias def. Jeff Hardy via DQ
— The Miz def. Otis to win the Money in the Bank Briefcase
— Sasha Banks def. Bayley via Submission in a Hell in a Cell match to win the SmackDown Women’s Championship
— Bobby Lashley def. Slapjack via Submission to retain the WWE United States Championship
— Randy Orton def. Drew McIntyre in a Hell in a Cell match to win the WWE Championship
WWE Hell in a Cell: We are just a few hours away from another action-packed event of WWE – – Hell in a Cell 2020. It has already filled with some flabbergasting matches where mostly Championships will be on the stake, and superstars will be looking to take their revenge on this very night.
Hell in a will begin at 7 p.m. ET with the show expected to last approximately three hours, not counting the kickoff show, which starts one hour prior to the main card at 6 p.m. insidesport.co will be with you the entire way on Sunday with live results, highlights and analysis.
Before actually going into the final match card. Let us see the final predictions and the match winner who can surprise us, or upset us tonight at Hell in a Cell.
2020 WWE Hell in a Cell predictions
Jeff Hardy vs. Elias
This could go either way, of course, especially with Elias just returning to TV after a long-term pectoral injury. WWE put itself in a no-win scenario booking this so soon. Hardy just lost to Lars Sullivan on SmackDown and had come out of his feud with Sheamus seemingly set for a title run of some kind. Elias has never had any true momentum in the ring, but coming back to lose would stall any that might have been gained by his surprise return. In the end, it makes the most sense for Hardy to get out of here with a win but Elias to continue his attacks on Monday night.
Pick: Jeff Hardy wins —
SmackDown Women’s Championship: Bayley (c) vs. Sasha Banks (Hell in a Cell)
Of all the ways I thought this storyline might develop, Bayley and Banks remaining on the same brand after the WWE Draft was not one of them. As such, a storyline that has already gone on for the entirety of the pandemic we’re currently in seems to have no legitimate end in sight if WWE aims to stretch it perhaps all the way to WrestleMania. Somehow, Hell in a Cell for this feud simultaneously feels just right and too early because they have not gone one-on-one in a complete normal match yet. So if you’re going to start here, where are you going to go? Banks has never won a Hell in a Cell match, losing both of her prior ones to other Four Horsewomen. Perhaps Banks losing here would give Bayley more verbal ammunition, but I can’t see it advancing the storyline.
Pick: Sasha Banks wins the title —
I was leaning toward an Orton title win before the WWE Draft. But now there are a fresh batch of strong heel challengers to carry McIntyre toward WrestleMania. Also, if we’re being honest, Orton has cooled off a bit over the past few months, largely a product of losing multiple times to McIntyre and once cleanly on pay-per-view to Keith Lee. It’s not out of the question that Orton wins, but it feels like if they were going to do it, it should have happened in the ambulance match.
Pick: Drew McIntyre retains the title —
Universal Championship: Roman Reigns (c) vs. Jey Uso (Hell in a Cell I Quit Match)
The storytelling in Reigns and Uso has shown how powerful good writing can be. There’s no doubt over who wins Reigns vs. Uso. You know 100 times out of 100 Reigns is not losing early in a title reign against Uso. Still, this has been one of the most compelling angles in years of WWE programming — the ultimate example of journey over destination in wrestling. Yes, Roman Reigns will beat Jey Uso when they meet in an I Quit Match inside Hell in a Cell, but we are in for a treat when it happens.
Pick: Roman Reigns retains the title —
Otis vs Miz (Money in the Bank Contract, winner takes it all)
As it announced in the latest episode of SmackDown Live where Judge JBL made it official that Otis will defend his Money in the Bank Contract against Miz at Hell in a Cell this Sunday. Following a major consequence that winner will take the MITB along with him. Based on the past performance of Otis and his current run it seems Otis to be favorite to retain his MITB but Miz and John Morrison can turn the table around also.
Pick: Otis to retain his MITB