The wrestler formerly known as Bray Wyatt has had a career reboot. And his new ultra-popular character, The Fiend, has led him to the main event of Sunday night’s Hell in a Cell PPV. He’ll battle Seth Rollins for the Universal championship in the demonic structure, and WWE fans can stream it all on WWE Network.
Hell in a Cell was originally made famous by the Shawn Michaels vs. Undertaker and Undertaker vs. Mankind classics in the 1990s, and a PPV celebrating the cage has been on WWE’s schedule for the past decade. This year, it’ll feature as a main event The Fiend trying to lift Rollins’ title. The feud got kicked off when, after Rollins beat Braun Strowman at last month’s Clash of the Champions, The Fiend attacked him on the entrance ramp with his Sister Abagail finisher and the Mandible Claw.
Rollins has already had a good run with the belt, beating Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam for the strap and defending it against Strowman after what seemed like a thousand Curb Stomps. But he’s got a new challenge. As WWE writes, “We’ve already seen the disturbing acts Wyatt’s demented alter ego is capable of, but what horrors will he inflict inside the menacing Hell in a Cell structure? And is Rollins up to the herculean challenge to survive, let alone remain Universal champion against this diabolical foe?”
Also on the card and inside the Hell in the Cell, Raw women’s champion Becky Lynch will tangle with Sasha Banks—who beat Lynch by disqualification at last month’s PPV but now wants a clean win so she can take her title. In other action, Roman Reigns will team with Daniel Bryan to take on Erick Rowan and Luke Harper.
Here’s everything you need to know to stream WWE’s Hell in a Cell.
WWE Hell in a Cell
- When: Sunday, Oct. 6 at 7pm ET
- Where: Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California
- Streaming: WWE Network
- Cost: $9.99 per month (free with a 30-day trial)
How to stream Hell in a Cell
- Cost: $9.99 per month (after a 30-day free trial)
- Devices: Roku, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Amazon Fire Stick and Fire TV, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4 and PS3, and iOS and Android devices
WWE Network is the best way to stream Hell in a Cell. If you’re not already a convert, there’s good news: Your first month is on the house, which means you can watch the show without paying a penny. After that, the service costs just $9.99 per month, but you can cancel anytime. Considering WWE Network lets you stream all 14 yearly pay-per-view events at no additional cost, that’s an incredible deal. Seriously, just think about how many times you’ve paid $60 to watch one PPV. For that same amount, you’ll get an entire year of WWE Network—and access to all past events. Between NXT, RAW, and Smackdown Live, you’ll be able to watch all your faves hit the mat on a weekly basis, and you’ll also get access to documentaries, reality programming like My Son/Daughter Is a WWE Superstar, and originals like Wrestlemania Rewind.
Other ways to watch
If you have cable, you can order from Spectrum, Cox, Xfinity, Verizon FiOS TV, Cable One, Dish Network, and DirecTV for $59.99-$69.99. But given all of the benefits that come with WWE Network—not to mention the chance to get started with a free month—we’d highly recommend finding a way to live stream using one of the devices listed above.
Hell in a Cell fight card
Here’s everything you can look forward to at Hell in a Cell, though there’s plenty more to be announced (“c” indicates current titleholder):
- WWE Universal title: Seth Rollins (c) vs. “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt
- WWE Raw Women’s title: Becky Lynch (c) vs. Sasha Banks
- Roman Reigns & Daniel Bryan vs. Erick Rowan and Luke Harper
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