At WWE Hell in a Cell, The Man will come around to settle accounts with The Boss when Raw Women’s Champion Becky Lynch battles Sasha Banks in a WWE Clash of Champions rematch inside Hell in a Cell. If their last showdown is any indication, the dreaded structure could be the only way to contain the combined fury of the two bitter adversaries.
After Banks returned to WWE with renewed focus and a loaded steel chair, it’s not surprising she immediately set her sights on The Man. After all, Monday Night Raw has belonged to Becky since she overcame Ronda Rousey and Charlotte Flair in a Winner Take All Match at WrestleMania. Banks was determined to get the prize, to get the money, to get the RawWomen’s Championship. Becky, however, was not to be intimidated and made it clear that the only reason Banks was getting noticed was because The Man was involved and that the champ would be glad to beat down her foe in front of the WWE Universe.
At WWE Clash of Champions, the fans indeed took notice, as the two Superstars engaged in a knockdown, drag-out match of absolute brutality that stretched into the crowd and throughout the arena. By the time the smoke cleared, Becky had been disqualified and fined for inadvertently striking the official with a chair, and absolutely nothing was settled between the competitors.
So, when Banks returned to Raw the following night to challenge the no-nonsense titleholder to a rematch, Becky was more than ready to accept. In fact, The Man raised the stakes by saying she would defend her title against Sasha inside the career-altering confines of Hell in a Cell, one of most barbaric structures ever conceived.
Don’t miss when all Hell breaks loose at the WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, Sunday, Oct. 6, at 7 ET/4 PT, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network.