Bengaluru, June 17: The Monday Night Raw and Friday Night SmackDown brands present the WWE Hell in a Cell 2021 pay-per-view this weekend.
Originally scheduled to take place in October every year, the Hell in a Cell, which is a gimmick based event, will take place in June this year and the 13th edition of the PPV like always will feature matches inside the hellacious steel structure.
The two prime titles in the company - WWE Championship from Raw and Universal Championship from SmackDown - were set to be matches that will be contested inside the Cell, but that wasn't to be the case.
While, Bobby Lashley is set to defend his belt against Drew McIntyre, Roman Reigns successfully defended his title against Rey Mysterio two nights earlier on SmackDown.
The Champions from the women's division are also set to defend their titles as SmackDown Women's champion Bianca Belair faces former champion Bayley inside the steel structure and Raw Women's Champion Rhea Ripley puts the belt on the line against another former champion Charlotte Flair.
Also on the card, a rivalry continues as Alexa Bliss is set to take on Shayna Baszler. However, the storyline suggest this fight could be converted into a tag team affair with Nia Jax also being involved.
Meanwhile, two more matches were added to the card following the past week's SmackDown as two rivalries are set to culminate at HIAC with Seth Rollins taking on Cesaro and Kevin Owens taking on his former best friend Sami Zayn.
Here is all you need to know about WWE Hell in a Cell 2021:
When and where is WWE Hell in a Cell 2021 taking place?
The event is set to take place on Sunday (June 20) at the ThunderDome, which currently resides at Yuengling Center in Tampa, Florida. However, due to time difference, the event will take place on Monday (June 21) morning in India.
What time does WWE Hell in a Cell 2021 start?
The event starts at 5 PM PT / 8 PM ET / 11 PM GMT (Sunday, June 20). In India, the show will start at 5:30 AM IST (Monday, June 21).
Where and how to watch WWE Hell in a Cell 2021 in India?
In India, Sony Pictures Sports Network has the rights to telecast all WWE shows. So, Sony TEN 1 (English) and Sony TEN 3 (Hindi) will be the channels that broadcast the event, while Sony LIV will live stream the PPV as well.
Match Card (As it stands)
♦ Hell in a Cell WWE Championship: Bobby Lashley (c) vs. Drew McIntyre
♦ Hell in a Cell SmackDown Women's Championship: Bianca Belair (c) vs. Bayley
♦ Raw Women's Championship: Rhea Ripley (c) vs. Charlotte Flair
♦ Alexa Bliss vs. Shayna Baszler
♦ Kevin Owens vs Sami Zayn
♦ Seth Rollins vs Cesaro