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WWE Hell in a Cell 2022 Predictions, Start Time and Betting Odds

The WWE returns to Peacock this weekend for another Premium Live Event. WWE will have its annual Hell in a Cell event. Since 2009, the WWE has had a HIAC event for the fans. This Sunday will be the 14th incarnation of WWE Hell in a Cell.

The demonic structure is celebrating 25 years. How will the WWE celebrate? Find out tonight on Peacock. Read below for the WWE Hell in a Cell 2022 card, predictions and betting odds, courtesy of BetOnline Sportsbook.

WWE Hell in a Cell 2022 Start Time and Event Info

WWE Hell in a Cell 2022
Date: Sunday, June 5, 2022
Start Time: 7 p.m. EST
Venue: Allstate Arena – Rosemont, IL
Coverage: Peacock

WWE Hell in a Cell 2022 Predictions, Start Time and Betting Odds
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WWE Hell in a Cell Predictions, Card and Betting Odds

Cody Rhodes (-250) vs Seth Rollins (+170)- Hell in a Cell

The WWE’s hottest feud since WrestleMania. The biggest match and the only match on the card that is a hell-in-a-cell match (as of this typing). Cody Rhodes and Seth Rollins have kept the fire coming on the mic. These two will be sure to provide some great entertainment come Sunday in the cell. This should be the final match between the two with one man getting help with the push he needs.

Winner: Cody Rhodes (-250)

Raw Women’s Championship: Bianca Belair (-300) vs Becky Lynch (+250) vs Asuka (+450)

These three women are all main event caliber. First Asuka qualified for this match by beating Becky Lynch. The next week Lynch qualified by beating Asuka and made it a triple threat. Lynch probably won’t get her title back this quickly when she just lost it two months ago. Asuka won’t take the belt off Belair just yet (if it is to happen).

Winner: Bianca Belair (-300)

United States Championship: Theory (-450) vs Mustafa Ali (+275)

Theory is defending his United States title against Mustafa Ali. Ali has earned this shot and a bigger push, but this isn’t his time. Theory goes over and continues his reign.

Winner: Theory (-450)

Ezekiel (-150) vs Kevin Owens (+110)

Kevin Owens has been trying to get his hands on Ezekiel ever since the RAW after Mania. Ezekiel returned and looks a lot like his “brother” Elias. Kevin Owens is sure that Ezekiel is Elias. Ezekiel has done his best to prove that he is not. Kevin Owens even brought his “brother” Ken Owens to help him. In the end, Kevin Owens hasn’t proven Ezekiel to be Elias yet so now they will fight. Something is going to happen in this match where Ezekiel will prove that he isn’t or Elias admits he was Ezekiel.

Winner: Ezekiel (-150)

Mixed 6-man match: Judgement Day (-350) vs AJ Styles, Finn Balor and Liv Morgan (+225)

AJ Styles has had a problem with Edge since before WrestleMania. Edge got the win at Mania after Damien Priest made his presence during his match with Styles. Then Rhea Ripley joined Judgement Day alongside Edge and Priest. AJ Styles has joined forces with Finn Balor and Liv Morgan. Styles help probably won’t be much though as they will take the fall come Sunday.

Winner: Judgement Day (-350)

Bobby Lashley (-180) vs Omos & MVP (+140)

Bobby Lashley and Omos are still going at it for the third straight Premium Live Event. This time Omos gets MVP to team with. Lashley though will be back to his powerful ways. Somehow someway Bobby Lashley will have MVP down on the mat for the 1-2-3.

Winner: Lashley (-180)

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