WWE’s brand split has taken some new turns thanks to Survivor Series which is just around the corner. However, before this, Monday Night Raw has a major stop to make in the form of Hell in a Cell.
The show will have historic significance on the WWE archives as it will host the first ever Women’s Hell in a Cell match. Building up to the pay-per-view has been the major priority of Monday Night Raw for quite some time.
We had some interesting developments during the last week’s edition of the weekly flagship show and this week, we could expect something similar. So here are the things that we should watch out for.
#5 Reactions to Survivor Series challenge
Last week on SmackDown, Daniel Bryan and Shane McMahon made a huge challenge to Mick Foley and Stephanie McMahon. The lead names of SmackDown proposed three cross – promotional traditional survivor series matches.
From the three matches, one would feature five male superstars on each team, the second would feature five female superstars on each team and the final match would feature five tag teams on each team.
The challenge has exposed new levels to the brand split and the fans would be eager to know whether Foley and Stephanie would accept the challenge without keeping any conditions of their own. Also, the chances of us getting to see qualification matches for this are likely, if they do accept the challenge.