Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins will clash inside Hell In A Cell (Picture: WWE)

Today’s the day as WWE Hell In A Cell sees the return of one of wrestling’s most intimidating structures and we’ve got you covered with the UK start time, predictions, full match card and more.

Only one match has been announced with the iconic stipulation as Cody Rhodes and Seth Freakin’ Rollins complete their trilogy following the American Nightmare’s return at WrestleMania 38.

Unusually, there’s just two title matches set for tonight’s show as Theory and Bianca Belair put their respective United States and Raw Women’s Championships on the line.

However, there’s still plenty to get excited about with a six-person mixed tag battle, a bitter No Holds Barred grudge match and much more, even with the card being heavy on the Raw side with just one SmackDown bout announced.

As ever, we’ve put together our regular guide with all the matches, streaming details and more.

Here’s everything you need to know about the show…

When is WWE Hell In A Cell 2022?

WWE presents Hell In A Cell tonight (June 5) with all the action on the main card kicking off at 1am for fans in the UK.

How can you watch WWE Hell In A Cell 2022?

Of course, there will be a Kickoff show available on the WWE Network, WWE.com, the WWE app, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Twitch at midnight.

For fans in the UK, you can tune into the main Hell In A Cell show by either streaming live or watching on demand via the WWE Network – or order the event via BT Sport Box Office.

WWE Hell In A Cell 2022 full match card

Hell In A Cell: Cody Rhodes vs. Seth Freakin’ RollinsRaw Women’s Title: Bianca Belair (c) vs. Asuka vs. Becky LynchUnited States Title: Theory (c) vs. Mustafa AliEzekiel vs. Kevin OwensThe Judgement Day (Edge, Damian Priest and Rhea Ripley) vs. AJ Styles, Finn Balor and Liv MorganHandicap Match: Bobby Lashley vs. Omos and MVPNo Holds Barred: Madcap Moss vs. Happy Corbin

What can you expect from WWE Hell In A Cell? Predictions for the show, surprise returns and more

Before we get into the meat of the predictions, it almost goes without saying at this point that WWE rarely misses when it comes to premium live events, as the talent involved almost always overcomes even lackluster builds.

However, this card has been built on strong, defined storylines, and Cody Rhodes will likely overcome Seth Freakin’ Rollins one last time to bring their trilogy to an end in a match befitting of Hell In A Cell.

There has been plenty of speculation and rumours surrounding the future of ‘The Fiend’ Bray Wyatt with fans wondering if the former Firefly Fun House host could make a shock comeback after his recent cryptic tweets. Stranger things have happened (but not many) – could he go after Rhodes or Rollins?

Bianca Belair is defending the Raw Women’s Championship against Asuka and Becky Lynch (Picture: WWE)

Bianca Belair will likely retain the Raw Women’s Title, especially as it seems she was primed to face Naomi before plans changed after the Glow and Sasha Bank’s walkout and suspension.

The Judgement Day could steal the show against Finn Balor, AJ Styles and Liv Morgan, and a potential new member (Ciampa anyone?) could help them to victory.

Mustafa Ali would be a great choice to dethrone Theory for the United States Title and while the rising star’s reign would be shortlived, it would leave him open for a Money In The Bank win next month.

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Bobby Lashley and MVP/Omos could go either way at this point, while Ezekiel should steal a win over Kevin Owens to keep their storyline going into the summer.

Finally, Madcap Moss returned to SmackDown this week with a new look and attitude with the fans reacting in a big way, so his No Holds Barred Match with Happy Corbin could surprise people.

Both men are more talented than some people give them credit for, and this stipulation should suit the big lads down to a tee.

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