Hell in a Cell may boast the rare distinction of a Triple Main Event, but only one of those marquee matches — Sasha Banks and Charlotte Flair for the Raw Women’s Title — has the smell of history about it. As the first women to ever battle inside the Cell, pressure is on the two Horsewomen to deliver. Raw General Manager Mick Foley took his opportunity to warn the two Superstars about the dangers that await them inside Hell in a Cell — dangers they might not fully appreciate just yet.
If Sasha was relaxed in the face of history, however, give credit to Charlotte, who was raring to go from the second Sasha walked in the ring. Charlotte demanded Foley give her the contract at the top of her lungs and vowed to beat respect into the “second-rate talent” holding her title. Sasha was calm, cool and collected in her response, and even though Foley all but begged the women not to sign away years of their life unless they were truly ready to lose them, sign they did. Next stop: Hell in a Cell.