WWE has announced its upcoming PPV- Hell in a Cell 2020 for 25 October 2020.
The dates for this year’s Hell in a Cell was changed multiple times by WWE internally. At first, the event was rumored for 18 October. After WWE probably had to scrap Crown Jewel 2020 in Saudi Arabia due to COVID-19 issues, Hell in a Cell was planned for 1 November.
The leaked contract between WWE and Amway Center also indicated that WWE might not be holding any main roster PPV in October month. However, that was once again changed as WWE decided to take advantage of Thunderdome with Amway Center.
The new date of 25 October for Hell in a Cell 2020 will help WWE maintain the gap of 4 weeks with PPV events on either side- Clash of Champions on 27 September and Survivor Series on 22 November.
The announcement for Hell in a Cell came during last night’s Clash of Champions PPV. WWE also announced WWE Draft 2020 for RAW and SmackDown during the same show.
WWE’s next PPV is going to NXT TakeOver: 31 on 4 October. NXT UK TakeOver: Dublin event is now recently rescheduled from 25 October to 20 June 2021. You can follow this link for being up to date with any changes and latest updates on WWE PPV schedule.
Hell in a Cell event is expected to be main evented by either WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns or WWE Champion Drew McIntyre. WWE SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley is also expected to defend the title against Sasha Banks inside the Hell in a Cell structure.