WWE Hell in a Cell 2020: 3 things that need to happen

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WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 will take place on Oct. 25. These three things need to happen at the Pay Per View.

Between Sasha Banks vs. Bayley and Roman Reigns vs. Jey Uso for SmackDown’s top two titles, WWE Hell in a Cell 2020 is shaping up to be an exciting Pay Per View.

The last WWE PPV, Clash of Champions, was a huge success, and, as the main event, Reigns and Uso played a huge role in that.

Here are three things that must happen at Hell in a Cell this Sunday.

Seth Rollins’ feud with the Mysterios must end at WWE Hell in a Cell

WWE needs to end this long-running rivalry already. While fans were excited to see Seth Rollins drafted to SmackDown for the first time, they were disappointed when Rey and Dominik Mysterio followed him. This feud has been never-ending, and while it was excellent at one point, it seems to have extended far past its expiration date.

Everyone involved in this program is excellent, especially in the ring, and we need a definitive conclusion on Sunday. It’s hard to imagine this show happening without Rollins being booked. Let’s have one last great match in this rivalry and call it a day.

A faction war begins at WWE Hell in a Cell

RETRIBUTION and the Hurt Business are headed for a memorable modern-day faction war, which is something fans have been looking forward to. Mustafa Ali being revealed as RETRIBUTION’s leader has been a huge boost to the faction, which looked dead in the water at one point.

Ali leading RETRIBUTION gives them even more ammunition to go after the Hurt Business, especially if it turns our Ricochet has been working with him all along.

My colleague Mark Justice wants to see an Armageddon Match at WWE Hell in a Cell between RETRIBUTION and the Hurt Business, and that would be absolutely fantastic.

I don’t see WWE booking it. But I do really want to see WWE escalate this rivalry at Hell in a Cell in some way. It could make for an unforgettable Survivor Series one month later.

Randy Orton wins the title at WWE Hell in a Cell

I’ve gone back and forth on this one. Before Clash of Champions, I was adamant that Randy Orton should take the WWE Title off Drew McIntyre, but, now, I’m less sure Orton will take the title from the Chosen One at WWE Hell in a Cell.

That said, I still think Orton should take the title. I think there are more possibilities on Raw with Orton as the champion, as Edge may be returning soon and Keith Lee is a great option to take the title. But couldn’t Lee also take the title off McIntyre in a compelling feud? That thought complicates my feelings.

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Even so, it’s hard to see Orton losing three straight times to McIntyre, least of all inside Hell in a Cell. That’s sort of his territory, and Orton can do all sorts of things to ensure he finally beats McIntyre. Since McIntyre beat Brock Lesnar once and Orton twice, he wouldn’t be harmed by losing to a WWE legend inside the cell.