WWE Hell in a Cell 2020: Full match card predictions

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WWE Hell in a Cell 2020, Bayley, Sasha Banks
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With just over a week left to go before WWE Hell in a Cell, we take a look at the confirmed matches and which are most likely to be added to the card.

WWE Hell in a Cell comes to us in less than two weeks on October 25 inside the WWE ThunderDome. It will be the twelfth installment of the pay-per-view, and could be on track to have more Hell in a Cell Matches than any event in WWE history.

We’ve already got three confirmed matches for the event, each set to take place inside the structure known as Hell in a Cell. While some things have been shaken up with the recent WWE Draft, we did see some rivalries get moved in full to the opposite brand.

Most notably, Seth Rollins, Dominik Mysterio, and Rey Mysterio were moved, and we could be on track to see them finally close things out at Hell in a Cell in an attempt to move forward to new challenges in their new home on SmackDown. Meanwhile, we even saw entire championships get swapped around as a result of the WWE Draft.

SmackDown Tag Team Champions The New Day (minus Big E, sadly) were drafted to WWE Raw while Raw Tag Team Champions The Street Profits got moved to SmackDown. Adam Pearce facilitated a simple title swap this Monday, giving us new champions and setting the stage for some new tag team clashes that could be on the table for Hell in a Cell.

Considering this potential full match card hosts four total Hell in a Cell Matches, no former WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view has had more than three, it’s realistic to expect a total of nine matches. Most versions of the event have had between seven and nine total matches, but nine feels more likely now that all WWE pay-per-views tend to be planned as four hours in length, even if they sometimes end earlier than expected.