WWE Hell in a Cell 2015: Date, Start Time & TV Channels

Hell in a Cell, AKA The Devil’s Playground, is sure to bring excitement and carnage at WWE Hell in a Cell 2015.

There are not one, but two cage matches during the event. First, Roman Reigns and Bray Wyatt’s clash will come to an end inside the cage. Then, in the main event, Brock Lesnar takes on the Undertaker for the third and final time, in a match that The Deadman helped make famous.
The event will take place at The Staples Center in Los Angeles, with a number of Night of Champions rematches, including perhaps the final time that John Cena calls out the locker room in search of a challenger for his United States Championship.  It will be the seventh event under the Hell in a Cell chronology. This will be the first time since No Way Out in 2007 that the WWE will hold a PPV other than SummerSlam in Los Angeles.


What time does WWE Hell in a Cell start?

Sunday, Oct. 25 at 8 p.m. ET.

What TV channel is the WWE Hell in a Cell on?

WWE Hell in a Cell is available on Pay-Per-View:
Comcast
Optimum
Direct TV
Time Warner
Verizon Fios


Matches

  • Kevin Owens vs. Ryback (Intercontinental Championship)
    • At Night of Champions, Kevin Owens defeated Ryback to win the Intercontinental Championship. On the October 8 episode of SmackDown, it was announced that Owens would defend the title against Ryback in a rematch at the event.
  • Charlotte vs. Nikki Bella (Divas Championship)
    • At Night of Champions, Charlotte defeated Nikki Bella to win the Divas Championship. On October 5, it was announced on WWE’s Facebook page that Charlotte would defend the title against Nikki in a rematch at Hell in a Cell.
  • The New Day vs. The Dudley Boyz (Tag Team Championship)
    • At Night of Champions, The Dudley Boyz defeated WWE Tag Team Champions The New Day by disqualification, therefore not winning the titles. At Live from Madison Square Garden, The Dudley Boyz again won by disqualification. On the October 5 episode of Raw, Stephanie McMahon announced that The New Day would defend the titles against The Dudley Boyz at the event
  • John Cena vs. TBD (Open Challenge for United States Championship)
    • On the October 19 episode of Raw, it was announced that John Cena would defend the United States Championship in an open challenge at the event.
  • Roman Reigns vs. Bray Wyatt (Hell in a Cell)
    • At Battleground, Bray Wyatt defeated Roman Reigns after interference from Luke Harper. At SummerSlam, Reigns and Dean Ambrose defeated Wyatt and Harper. At Night of Champions, Wyatt, Harper and Braun Strowman defeated Reigns, Ambrose andC hris Jericho. On the October 12 episode of Raw, it was announced that Ambrose and Orton would face Harper and Strowman on the Hell in a Cell Kickoff show.  On the October 19 episode of Raw, it was announced that Orton had suffered an injury and the match was cancelled.
  • Seth Rollins vs. Kane (WWE World Heavyweight Championship)
    • At Night of Champions, Kane returned from injury as “Demon Kane” and attacked Seth Rollins after Rollins retained the WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Sting. At Live from Madison Square Garden, Demon Kane attacked Rollins after Rollins lost to John Cena in a steel cage match. On the October 5 episode of Raw, Stephanie McMahon announced that Rollins would defend the title against Demon Kane at the event, but that should Demon Kane lose, Corporate Kane, Kane’s alter ego, would be fired from his role as Director of Operations.
  • Brock Lesnar vs. Undertaker (Hell in a Cell)
    • At WrestleMania XXX in 2014, Brock Lesnar defeated The Undertaker to break his undefeated WrestleMania streak. 16 months later at SummerSlam in 2015, Undertaker defeated Lesnar in a rematch. At Night of Champions, it was announced that Lesnar would face Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell match at the event.

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