WWE pay-per-views have been enjoyable in recent memory, and Hell in a Cell 2020 was no exception. Last Sunday's pay-per-view didn't feature a heavy match card beforehand, so the prime focus was on the top storylines heading into the event.
Some may feel that the mid-card content was completely forgettable, but the filler matches weren't distracting enough to take away from the three cell bouts that headlined the event.
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Here are the five biggest news stories from WWE Hell in a Cell 2020.
#5: Bayley's record-breaking WWE SmackDown Women's Championship reign ended in a fantastic clash against Sasha Banks
WWE fans knew that Sasha Banks and Bayley had excellent in-ring chemistry when they were paired against each other, dating back to their time in NXT.
The former Golden Role Models clashed in a highly engaging bout, and in terms of in-ring action, Bayley vs. Sasha Banks was certainly the best match from this year's Hell in a Cell event.
Towards the end, Bayley had no choice but to tap out since Banks trapped her in the Bank Statement with the help of a chair.
Let's hope that The Legit Boss embarks on a long run as the top women's champion on SmackDown, given that her past history with the top title doesn't hold a candle to Bayley's iconic record of the longest combined days as Women's Champion in modern WWE history.
Remarkably, not a lot of WWE fans were rooting for Bayley to lose the title even though she had been champion for more than a year.
If Bayley vs. Sasha Banks doesn't happen again, up-and-coming stars like Bianca Belair and Liv Morgan wouldn't hold back in challenging The Legit Boss for the WWE SmackDown Women's Championship.