– One day before the WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, we get an inside peak at the brand new look of the dreaded structure as it’s being constructed.
It appears WWE has changed the Hell in a Cell structure yet again. This time, the difference revolves around the color. Instead of being silver like it has for over 20 years, the steel is now bright red.
At tomorrow’s Hell in a Cell pay per view, two matches will take place inside the Cell; bringing the grand total of matches inside the steel structure to 40. One sees Jeff Hardy enter for the first time against Randy Orton on SmackDown’s end. The RAW side, has Braun Strowmwan cashing in Money in the Bank to take on Universal Champion Roman Reigns in what will likely close the show.
Below is WWE setting up the red Cell, which takes several hours.
– At yesterday’s live event from Edinburgh, Texas, Ronda Rousey continued to show improvement. She introduced a gut-wrench spinning powerbomb type maneuver to Alexa Bliss. She would later go on to defeat Bliss from Texas and here’s video of the new maneuver, which has no name.
— M.C. Scaredofbees (@MMAthematics) September 15, 2018
Rousey and Bliss have been feuding for months. They met once in singles action, where Rousey defeated Bliss in a one-sided affair at SummerSlam. The match lasted about four minutes before Rousey made Bliss tap to her famous arm bar. Bliss gets her rematch at tomorrow’s Hell in a Cell pay per view.
Hell in a Cell comes from Texas’ AT&T Center September 16. Be sure to join WrestleNewz for play by play coverage and our Twitter account (@wrestlenewz) will also be covering the live show. The pre-show begins at 7 PM EST with the main card going on at 8 PM EST. According to the WWE Network schedule, the show should end by 10;30 PM EST