At WWE Hell in a Cell 2021, Bianca Belair will put her SmackDown Women's Championship on the line against Bayley. Both superstars previously locked horns in a title bout at WrestleMania Backlash and have been involved in multiple altercations since then.
Bayley got the upper hand over the champion on SmackDown's final show before the pay-per-view. She then took to Twitter to send a bold message to Belair. The longest-reigning SmackDown Women's Champion in WWE history is adamant about defeating Belair at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view. She wants her title back and is prepared to expose Belair to reality.
Bianca Belair was quick to hit back with a response. She admitted that she respects Bayley's journey. However, at Hell in a Cell, she wants Bayley to reciprocate the same.
Bayley and Belair delivered an excellent match in their last pay-per-view meeting. Belair will now defend her title inside Hell in a Cell against a formidable opponent. Expectations are high from this match, with both superstars doing their part in adding credibility to the build-up.
Details of WWE Hell in a Cell 2021 match card
Apart from the SmackDown Women's Championship, two other titles will be on the line at Hell in a Cell. Drew McIntyre will challenge Bobby Lashley for the WWE Championship in Hell in a Cell match. Additionally, Rhea Ripley will defend her RAW Women's Championship against Charlotte Flair in a Singles Match.
Alexa Bliss will return to in-ring action as she is set to face Shayna Baszler. SmackDown's go-home show before Hell in a Cell confirmed two more matches for Sunday night.
As per the updated card, Cesaro will take on Seth Rollins in a bid to end their rivalry for good. Moreover, Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn are also scheduled for a Single's Match. Both these feuds have delivered intense segments on SmackDown over the last few months.
Surprisingly, Hell in a Cell pay-per-view won't feature any tag team matches this year. Initially, Rey Mysterio was also scheduled to challenge Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship at Hell in a Cell. However, that match was moved to SmackDown.
The blue brand featured a Hell in a Cell match for the first time in its history. Roman Reigns and Rey Mysterio engaged in a brutal match that eventually ended with the Tribal Chief picking up a victory.
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