It would be a big one. The Women’s Revolution has brought the WWE women’s divisions a very long way. It took a good many years to get here, but the divisions have finally made it to prominence. So many years were spent with women’s wrestling doing absolutely nothing significant, but now things have changed in a great way. The division may be having another big moment in the near future.
One of the biggest moments in the history of women’s wrestling came at Hell In A Cell 2016 when Charlotte vs. Sasha Banks inside the show’s namesake match headlined the show. This blew away the previous high bar for the women’s division, but now a new standard had been set. Women have gone on to main event more pay per views, but it is still a big deal. That is going to be the case again.
According to the WrestleVotes Twitter account, Sasha Banks vs. Bayley for Bayley’s SmackDown Women’s Title will headline Hell In A Cell 2020 inside the Cell. This comes after Banks turned on Bayley earlier in the month and put her out of action with a neck injury. No matches have yet to be confirmed for the pay per view, which is taking place on October 25.
Sasha Banks vs Bayley inside Hell in a Cell is the planned main event as of now for the 10/25 PPV event.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) September 29, 2020
The two have a very long history. Check out what the two of them have done as of late:
Opinion: It’s rather cool to see that this isn’t even the biggest shock these days. A women’s match main eventing a pay per view just five years ago would be almost unthinkable and now it’s an annual event, if not more frequently than that. It’s a great thing to see, but it would be even better to see it continue. If nothing else, it’s nice to see a feud that has earned this spot receiving it over something that would be quite the stretch almost entirely otherwise.
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