WWE has got numerous shows and events in the pipeline at the moment, including the Hell in a Cell event later on tonight, the Super Show-Down show in Australia in early October, and Evolution at the end of October. Not too long after those shows have concluded, WWE will host another pay-per-view event called TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs in December. It has already been announced that the finals of the Mixed Match Challenge will be taking place at TLC this year, but the main event may already be set for TLC this year as well. According to PWInsider, the planned main event is a six-man tag team match that will see Dolph Ziggler, Drew McIntyre, and Braun Strowman team up to take on The Shield.
Love her or hate her, Becky Lynch is absolutely on fire right now in WWE. Lynch and Charlotte Flair are no longer friends on WWE programming and the two of them have been going after each other for weeks now. The two of them will now have the chance to settle their differences at the Hell in a Cell event later on tonight and again at the Super Show-Down event in early October. Before Becky takes on her former best friend tonight, WWE seamstress Julie Youngberg has allowed fan to have a sneak preview of the ring gear that Lynch will be debuting tonight. Lynch vs. Flair takes place at Hell in a Cell later on tonight, and Charlotte’s SmackDown Women’s Championship will be on the line during tonight’s huge match.
I may have tapped into a little “Ready Player One” Artemis style 4 @BeckyLynchWWE Hell in the cell gear…let me know if u notice where i got my inspiration! pic.twitter.com/Jq3AFlSQll
— Julie Youngberg (@AnJewelsBrand) September 15, 2018
Fans of WWE back in 1998 still remember the infamous Hell in a Cell match between The Undertaker and Mick Foley at the King of the Ring event that year. That is because the amount of abuse that each man took in that match (especially Foley) is difficult to simply forget about, and the match has gone down in history as one of the most brutal matches in WWE’s long history. Undertaker himself recently did a rare interview for WWE.com discussing the match in time for its 20th anniversary. “The Deadman” talked about wrestling with a fractured ankle during the match, as well as Foley’s fall when he Chokelammed the Hall of Famer through one of the panels on top of the structure. The entire interview with Mick Foley and The Undertaker can be viewed here.
“I stepped off of the panel and onto the support bars. If I hadn’t had done that, we would have both gone through that together. So if you could imagine, if I had stayed on that panel, my weight would have probably been on him too. And then what happens? It’s a scary thought.” Undertaker said.