WWE fans recently experienced an unusual stretch of two pay-per-views (PPV) airing on consecutive weekends inside the Thunderdome. The details of WWE’s contract with the Amway Center also revealed a PPV for Sept. 27, which will be Clash of Champions. No Sunday night date was listed for October inside the Thunderdome, which was consistent with previous reporting that Hell in a Cell 2020 was scheduled for November 1.
It seemed strange that WWE would go the entire month of October without a PPV. Sure enough, according to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Hell in a Cell 2020 has been moved back into October. Here is how Dave Meltzer describes the scheduling change:
“The Hell in a Cell PPV that was scheduled for 11/1 has been moved up a week to 10/25, meaning the day after both Impact Bound for Glory and Khabib Nurmagomedov vs. Justin Gaethje in UFC. This may be because their deal with the Amway Arena ends on 10/30 and it would be much simpler to do it with the current set up than to set up and go somewhere else a week later.”
Rumors suggest the event will be headlined by Drew McIntyre versus Randy Orton for the WWE championship. The recent breakup between Sasha Banks and Bayley will also likely be a focal point of that card.
Will you be checking out Hell in a Cell on Oct. 25?