On Sunday, September 16th, WWE’s Hell in a Cell Will Probably be live from the AT&T Center in San Antonio, Texas.
The Network Event begins at 6 PM ET with a Kickoff Show and the Main Card will follow at 7 PM ET. The HIAC now features 8 games, including six title bouts. The main event of the night will be Roman Reigns defending the Universal Championship from Braun Stroman inside the Hell in a Cell.
Other noteworthy matches on the card are: a WWE World Title game as AJ Styles defends the belt against Samoa Joe, the two tag-team titles will be up for grabs, as will both of WWE’s Women’s names. This usually means that Ronda Rousey are also on the card defending her RAW Women’s Championship in a rematch against Alexa Bliss.
Past WWE Hell in a Cell Occasions The 2018 edition of Hell in a Cell (HIAC) is the 10th installment in this PPV’s (Network) history. The very first HIAC PPV was held on October 4, 2009, as it replaced WWE No Mercy. The WWE took the Hell in a Cell title from a highly common steel cage match that initially debuted at Badd Blood: In Your House on October 5, 1997.
The expression“hell in a cell“ refers to a steel cage design that encircles the ring and many of ringside. Additionally, it includes a caged roof that’s designed to maintain the wrestlers in, while also providing enough support in case the wrestlers want to fight on top of it before, during, or following the match. In total, there were 38 hell in a cell matches in WWE history. The 2018 HIAC event will hold two of these types of matches.