WWE Hell In A Cell 2015 PPV - Official Predictions


This Sunday, Los Angeles will be hosting the 2015th edition of the Hell in a Cell Pay-Per-View. I'm beyond excited. This has the potential to be one of the best PPV's we've had this year. We're getting what might be the last match between Lesnar and The Undertaker. Plus, Cena will be facing a mystery opponent for the United States Championship. People think Cena is taking a break from WWE, so he might be losing the belt. Anyways, we'll get a bunch of exciting matches. Tons of rumors are going around and the hype is building up. Therefore, it's time for me to do my official predictions! Remember: Tell me your predictions! If you beat me (doubt it) I'll follow you on Twitter and I'll mention your name/handle on my official review of the PPV.

1. Dolph Ziggler, Cesaro and Neville vs. Rusev, Sheamus and King Barrett


The match I'm the least excited about. I mean, I really like Ziggler, Cesaro, Rusev and Barrett. But we literally saw this match on Monday! Where's the logic behing that? Apperently the Ambrose and Orton vs. Harper and Strowman got cancelled because Randy has an injured shoulder. Back to this match, I think the heels will get the win. Sheamus must be treated as a monster heel. I predict them cheating and defeating the good guys. Plus, Ziggler losing might confuse the crowd when he answers Cena's open challenge (more on that later).

Prediction: Heels (Ru-ru, Sheamus and Barrett)


2. Kevin Owens vs. Ryback (Intercontinental Championship)



I'm so glad to see Kevin Owens as the Intercontinental champion. He's finally getting the love he deserves! He's one of the most talented wrestlers in the world, and I expect him to eventually capture the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. For now, he just got the Intercontinental belt. So I expect him to retain against the big guy.

Prediction: Kevin Owens


3. New Day vs. The Dudley Boyz (Tag Team Championships)



I'm really enjoying this feud. While them fighting every week on Raw made the whole thing a bit stale, it's still the two best tag teams in the roster going at it for the gold! What more can you ask for? Anyways, New Day picked up the last two victories, so the Dudley Boyz will finally get the tag team championships.. for the tenth time. And hopefully, somebody will be put through a table.

Prediction: The Dudley Boyz


4. Roman Reigns vs. Bray Wyatt (Hell in a Cell Match)


Another feud that got old. I'm a bit more excited for this one though. These guys have been putting on some decent matches. On top of that, this one will be a Hell in a Cell match. Expect this to be extremely physical. It's the end of the feud, so I think Reigns is going over. Also, am I the only one who thinks Roman's mic skill still suck?

Prediction: Roman Reigns



5. Charlotte vs. Nikki Bella (Divas Championship)



I should be more excited for this match. After all, I'm a big supporter of the Divas revolution. But I'm just not. Charlotte is not doing her job as a babyface anymore. They keep trying to put her over using her father Ric Flair, but that's not how it works. She earns the love of the crowd by having great matches. Charlotte is more than capable of putting on a show, so I'm sure she'll figure it out. For now though, expect her to beat Nikki. She just got the title at Night of Champions.

Prediction: Charlotte


6. John Cena vs. TBA (US Championship)


Thing with this one: we don't even know who Cena is facing. But I'm pretty sure Cena is losing. As you've probably heard everywhere, Cena is supposed to take some time off WWE (check the article I wrote about it here), and he won't be back until Christmas. So who is Cena facing? My picks: Dolph Ziggler, Dean Ambrose or Tyler Breeze. Ziggler had a great match with Cena last week, Ambrose doesn't have a match for the PPV, and Breeze debuted this week, so it'll be one of them. Unless booking gives us a lame guy like the Miz.

Prediction: Dolph Ziggler or Tyler Breeze


7. Seth Rollins vs. Kane (WWE World Heavyweight Championship)


Let's start with this question: why is this match not in the cell? It's for the company's biggest prize. Still, this match will be alright. I don't think Kane will win. Rollins might lose the title, but Kane is not winning. I've been saying this for the past couple of months. But I think Sheamus will finally cash in that money in the bank briefcase. I'm going with Rollins defeating Kane, then losing to Sheamus.

Prediction: Seth Rollins


8. The Undertaker vs. Brock Lesnar



The final entry in this feud.  Last match was excellent but the ending was horribly booked. So who the hell is winning the final match? I have no clue. You could make a case for both men. Lesnar is the hottest superstar in WWE right now, and he'll be wrestling after Taker retires. On the other side, Taker never got revenge from his Wrestlemania lost. So it would make sense for him to get the W. If properly booked, this match could be a 5/5. I'll just roll the dice and say Lesnar is winning.

Prediction: Brock Lesnar.

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