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# Hell in a Cell Match

* Seth Rollins vs. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt

# Hell in a Cell Match

* Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks

# Tagteam match

* Daniel Bryan & Roman Reigns vs. Erick Rowan & Luke Harper

# SmackDown Women’s Champion

* Bayley vs. Charlotte Flair

# More unconfirmed matches.

# Universal Champion Seth Rollins vs. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt (Hell in a Cell Match)
For Universal Champion Seth Rollins, there’s no rest for the weary, and the most wicked is yet to come. Rollins’ next challenge — and perhaps his most threatening to date — comes from “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt, who will face him for the Universal Title at WWE Hell in a Cell in a match inside the eponymous structure.
This continues a stretch of title bouts for Rollins that is as hellacious as any we’ve seen for a champion in recent memory. Rollins again slayed “The Beast” Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam to regain the Universal Championship, then overcame “The Monster Among Men” Braun Strowman in a gutsy title defense at WWE Clash of Champions. Although Rollins could likely use some time to heal, his next opponent aims to hurt.
Since his ghoulish transformation, Wyatt has terrorized everyone in sight. He made quick work of Finn Bálor in the ring at SummerSlam and punished legends Kurt Angle, Jerry “The King” Lawler and Mick Foley with horrifying ambushes, punctuated by the debilitating Mandible Claw. Rollins became the latest victim in the closing moments of WWE Clash of Champions, as Wyatt ruined Rollins’ celebratory moment with a thunderous Sister Abigail at the top of the stage and another Mandible Claw.
We’ve already seen the disturbing acts Wyatt’s demented alter ego is capable of, but what horrors will he inflict inside the menacing Hell in a Cell structure? And is Rollins up to the herculean challenge to survive, let alone remain Universal Champion against this diabolical foe?

# Daniel Bryan & Roman Reigns vs. Erick Rowan & Luke Harper
For several weeks, The Big Dog was on a mission to track down the person responsible for attempting to take him out with a pair of backstage ambushes. After it was revealed that Bryan’s protege Erick Rowan was behind the attacks, Bryan returned to address the situation, only to suffer a vicious assault that culminated when he was slammed through the announce table by Rowan and the recently returned Luke Harper. Two days after Harper and Rowan brutalized him with a separate 2-on-1 attack at WWE Clash of Champions, Reigns surprisingly came to Bryan’s aid, only to get beaten down as well.
The following week, Bryan challenged Rowan to an in-ring showdown that ended with another Harper interjection. The Big Dog rushed to the aid of The Planet’s Champion, who asked the SmackDown crowd if the two should team in the face of the ongoing attacks. The resounding chants of “Yes!” set the stage for a tag team collision at the Oct. 6 pay-per-view.

# Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks (Hell in a Cell Match)
At WWE Hell in a Cell, The Man will come around to settle accounts with The Boss when Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch battles Sasha Banks in a WWE Clash of Champions rematch inside Hell in a Cell. If their last showdown is any indication, the dreaded structure could be the only way to contain the combined fury of the two bitter adversaries.
After Banks returned to WWE with renewed focus and a loaded steel chair, it’s not surprising she immediately set her sights on The Man. After all, Monday Night Raw has belonged to Becky since she overcame Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair in a Winner Take All Match at WrestleMania. Banks was determined to get the prize, to get the money, to get the Raw Women’s Championship. Becky, however, was not to be intimidated and made it clear that the only reason Banks was getting noticed was because The Man was involved and that the champ would be glad to beat down her foe in front of the WWE Universe.
At WWE Clash of Champions, the fans indeed took notice, as the two Superstars engaged in a knockdown, drag-out match of absolute brutality that stretched into the crowd and throughout the arena. By the time the smoke cleared, Becky had been disqualified and fined for inadvertently striking the official with a chair, and absolutely nothing was settled between the competitors.
So, when Banks returned to Raw the following night to challenge the no-nonsense titleholder to a rematch, Becky was more than ready to accept. In fact, The Man raised the stakes by saying she would defend her title against Sasha inside the career-altering confines of Hell in a Cell, one of most barbaric structures ever conceived.

# SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley vs. Charlotte Flair
Just as different as Charlotte Flair and Bayley are, they’re also much more similar than either would probably like to admit.
Whether she’s the object of adoration or jeers from the WWE Universe, Charlotte has never shown any qualms about breaking the rules, especially when championships are on the line. Perhaps that’s why SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley felt the need to fight fire with fire during her title defense against Flair at WWE Clash of Champions.
In that bout, The Genetically Superior Superstar had Bayley on her heels after twice launching her into the ringside barriers and targeting her knee, but the titleholder threw sportsmanship out the window when she removed the bottom turnbuckle while the ref’s back was turned and slammed her challenger face-first into the exposed metal to pick up a controversial 1-2-3.
Another similarity? Each Superstar has a devastating pair of maneuvers that almost always result in victory.
Flair has made countless Superstars tap to her excruciating Figure-Eight Leglock and has left foes seeing stars with Natural Selection; Bayley has nearly driven opponents through the canvas with the Bayley-to-Belly, and her top-rope elbow is a thing of beauty that leaves her fellow competitors gasping for air and staring at the lights. Whichever Superstar first lands one of these big blows could easily be the one with her hand raised in victory.
Bayley will tell you otherwise, but she’s been sporting a nastier, win-at-all-costs mentality ever since the return of her best friend, Sasha Banks. She now appears to believe that the ends justify the means, as she proved during her last title fight against Flair.
Of course, if Charlotte indeed dethrones Bayley, it’s a virtual lock that championship reign No. 10 will go far better than No. 9 — Flair only held the SmackDown Women’s Title for a few fleeting moments following her win over Lynch for it at WWE Money in the Bank. On that fateful night, Bayley rushed the squared circle to join a brawl that also included Flair, Lynch and Lacey Evans before chucking Charlotte head-first into the turnbuckles and cashing in her newly won Money in the Bank contract. One picture-perfect top-rope elbow drop later, and Bayley was the new champ! Flair, who is used to being atop the Women’s division, has been in chase mode ever since.
Will The Genetically Superior athlete capture an awe-inspiring 10th championship? Will Bayley use her new edge to once again best her long-time rival? Will either Superstar resort to underhanded tactics to leave with the SmackDown Women’s Title? Find out when WWE Hell in a Cell streams live on Sunday, Oct. 6, at 7 ET/4 PT on the award-winning WWE Network!

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