WWE Hell in a Cell 2020: Early full match card prediction

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Hell in a Cell Match: Dominik Mysterio vs. Seth Rollins

It isn’t a WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view without at least one or two Hell in a Cell Matches. The first of two in this potential WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 card is the only match on this card without a title on the line, and it looks to provide a final conclusion to one of this year’s most increasingly personal and bitter rivalries.

The issues between Seth Rollins and Rey Mysterio go back months and culminated during The Horror Show at Extreme Rules when Seth Rollins severely injured Rey Mysterio during their Eye for an Eye Match. At SummerSlam 2020, we saw the in-ring debut of his son Dominik Mysterio in a Match of the Year candidate against Seth Rollins.

The issues between them have only continued to escalate, and Hell in a Cell is exactly the kind of structure built to put things to an end. It would be truly captivating to see Dominik Mysterio competing inside Hell in a Cell at such a young age, and could go a long way towards continuing to solidify him as one of the company’s most important figures moving forward.

WWE Championship Match: Drew McIntyre (c) vs. Adam Cole

Since capturing the WWE Championship at WrestleMania 36 by defeating Brock Lesnar, McIntyre has torn through the competition on WWE Raw. At WWE Clash of Champions 2020, he finally capped off a bitter feud with Randy Orton and delivered a devastating punt at the end of their Ambulance Match that could even put Orton on the shelf for a period of time.

That means McIntyre is in need of a new challenger, and few would be more perfect as a sudden and devastating threat than Adam Cole (BAY-BAY). If he were to be moved from WWE NXT to WWE Raw during the 2020 WWE Draft, the longest-reigning NXT Champion in history could immediately make a beeline for reigning WWE Champion Drew McIntyre.

There’s already history between these two, as Adam Cole made his debut in NXT back at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III by attacking Drew McIntyre moments after he captured the NXT Championship. Especially if Cole has The Undisputed Era in tow, he would be an instant threat to WWE Champion Drew McIntyre and be solidified as a main event player on WWE Raw.