The WWE Hell in a Cell pay per view is set to take place on Sunday, Oct. 28, and one of the biggest matches on the show's card is the match between Sheamus and Big Show for the World Heavyweight Championship. Unlike the World Heavyweight Championship matches at the previous Hell in a Cell pay per views, this match will not take place in the steel cage. This will be a traditional singles match for one of the biggest titles in the WWE, but this could lead to even more exciting possibilities for the fans.
If this match featured someone other than the Big Show, then it could have easily been one of the best matches of the night. Now that the Big Show has advanced in age, he does not have the ability to produce high quality matches like he could when younger. Sheamus is one of the best wrestlers in the company right now, so he should be able to carry the match. It would be completely shocking to see the Big Show finish the Hell in a Cell show as the World Heavyweight Champion. While he is still one of the more popular wrestlers in the WWE, there are just far too many great young stars on the roster that deserve to be holding the title. While Sheamus and Big Show are going to be the two fighting for a chance to win the title, it is entirely possible that neither of them will finish the show as the champion.
Dolph Ziggler currently holds the Money in the Bank, which allows him to get a title shot at any time, and he has vowed that he will use it at Hell in a Cell. Every time someone has cashed in the Money in the Bank, that person has went on the win the championship title. Dolph Ziggler is bound to win the World Heavyweight Championship at some point in his career, and that may come as soon as Sunday at Hell in a Cell.
Wade Barrett could also come into play at some point in this match. Barrett and Sheamus have put on several amazing matches over the past few weeks on Raw and have the makings of a nice feud developing. With so many options open for the WWE, it is safe to say that Sheamus or the Big Show will not be easily leaving Hell in a Cell with the World Heavyweight Championship.
Jake has been a lifelong professional wrestling fan, and went to his first live show at the age of 4.
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