2021 WWE Hell in a Cell predictions, card, matches, start time, date, PPV preview, location


The latest WWE PPV offering is upon us. The organization is set to host Hell in a Cell on Sunday night inside the ThunderDome in Tampa, Florida, which is expected to be the final event to take place there with the return to live touring quickly approaching. Some of the biggest stars in sports entertainment today will head inside the demonic structure with the hopes of walking out victorious.

Hell in a Cell marks the true beginning of the transition to SummerSlam season, with top brand champions from Raw and SmackDown entering the Cell to defend their titles. WWE champion Bobby Lashley is set to face Drew McIntyre one final time, with McIntyre blocked from any future shots at Lashley’s title should he lose inside the Cell. From the SmackDown side, Bianca Belair will defend the SmackDown women’s championship inside the cell when she takes on former champion Bayley.

Hell in a Cell begins at 7 p.m. ET on Sunday, June 20, and a kickoff show one hour prior to the main card at 6 p.m. The action will stream live on Peacock for both the kickoff show and main card. CBS Sports will be with you the entire way on Sunday with live results, highlights and analysis.  

For now, let’s take a look at how we believe Hell in a Cell will play out this Sunday.   

2021 WWE Hell in a Cell predictions

WWE Championship: Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Drew McIntyre (Hell in a Cell)

This is McIntyre’s final chance at Lashley’s title, or at least that’s the stipulation in play. The build has been odd since McIntyre has essentially acted like suffering mild distraction at the hands of MVP during WrestleMania was a grand injustice. The stipulation of this being McIntyre’s last shot would seem to indicate that he’ll walk away as champion, but giving him another title win without a live crowd feels wrong. It’s time to move on from this rivalry and let Lashley make a final run to a huge match at SummerSlam. Pick: Bobby…

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