There have been rumors of WWE bringing back the original Hell in a Cell design. It seems that rumors are true indeed.
Some photos of the structure from SoFi Stadium are surfacing on social media and if they are to be believed, then WWE is actually bringing it back.
WWE brings back old design of Hell In A Cell structure
WWE Hall of Famer Edge will take on Judgment Day’s Finn Balor inside the unforgiving structure at WrestleMania 39. The two men have been feuding for a year now, and this match is likely to culminate the epic rivalry,
Mere days ahead of WrestleMania 39, reports stated that WWE was bringing back the original HIAC structure. Some pictures have come out of the SoFi Stadium over the past few hours, confirming the rumors.
It is great to see the return of the classic Hell in a Cell. pic.twitter.com/eqmCCL1gBU
— Wrestling News (@WrestlingNewsCo) March 30, 2023
Edge and Finn Balor’s heated rivalry will see an epic ending, most likely inside the cell. WWE had been presenting a premium live event dedicated to the structure for years, until finally discontinuing it this year.
Edge and Finn Balor are two of the finest wrestlers on the WWE roster at present. The duo is bound to engage in a thrilling encounter inside the HIAC structure at The Show of Shows that fans wouldn’t want to miss. Edge has been portraying a darker gimmick now and Balor will bring back his ‘Demon’ gimmick for the highly-anticipated show.
Previously, Triple H spoke about the Hell in a Cell when he had an interview with Comicbook:
“I think there’s a lot of feeling that Hell in a Cell is one of those things that it’s a giant blow-off. If you’re calling somebody out at the end of something, you can challenge them to the Hell in a Cell. I hear this speculation among fans a lot, and all of you [reporters] as well: Hell in a Cell, Money in the Bank, Elimination Chamber… I think we have to re-evaluate all of that… It’s really looking at the overall calendar and saying what is the best place to put this?”