WWE’s Hell in a Cell pay-per-view is set for Sunday night in Los Angeles, as a few of the biggest feuds of 2015 will come to an end. Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker will wrestle in the main event, while Roman Reigns and Bray Wyatt will have a second match in a cell.
Sunday should mark the final time that Lesnar and The Undertaker ever wrestle in WWE. Lesnar ended The Undertaker’s streak at WrestleMania 30, and the Deadman got a controversial win at SummerSlam in August. No matter the result, there is a good chance it will be The Undertaker’s second-to-last match, with a lot of speculation that he’ll retire at WrestleMania 32.
Reigns and Wyatt began their feud in June at Money in the Bank, and it looks like their Hell in a Cell match will be their last of the year. Wyatt defeated Reigns at WWE Battleground, and Reigns and Dean Ambrose beat Wyatt and Luke Harper at SummerSlam. Reigns teamed up with Ambrose and Chris Jericho at Night of Champions, only to lose to the Wyatt Family.
John Cena isn’t in the middle of a feud, and Sunday could be his last PPV match for a while. He’ll have a U.S. Open Challenge with an unknown opponent, and he’s expected to take a two-month hiatus after this week.
Seth Rollins will defend his WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Kane. Click here to see the entire match card, as well as predictions, for Hell in a Cell.
Fans can watch Hell in a Cell with a live stream online if they subscribed to the WWE Network, which costs $9.99 per month, and new subscribers get the first month for free. The event can also be purchased on PPV for $54.99 in HD.