Jim Ross thinks Sasha Banks and Charlotte Flair should main event WWE Hell in a Cell.
The two superstars will meet in the first women's match to be held in the Hell in a Cell. Banks extended the challenge, Charlotte accepted, and Raw General Manager Mick Foley made it official. Ross spoke about the historical event in his blog on Sunday.
"Is there any reason that WWE should not place the Charlotte vs Sasha HIAC, Women's Title match on last at the event in Boston? I can't find any issues with that concept as it would be a good, additional 'hook' to the show that has a chance to land a significant amount of viewers on the WWE Network," wrote Ross.
The pay-per-view also features two other matches in the Hell in a Cell. WWE Universal Champion will face off with former world champion Seth Rollins. Roman Reigns challenges for Rusev's United States championship. Ross discussed having three Hell in a Cell matches on the pay-per-view.
"Nonetheless, having three HIAC bouts on one card is a daunting task to make them all have exclusive features and their own personality inside a three hour, broadcast window," wrote Ross.
The order of the card has not been finalized. WWE Hell in a Cell takes place October 30th in Boston, Massachusetts. In addition to the three title matches in the Hell in a Cell, there are two other titles on the line. TJ Perkins defends his cruiserweight championship against Brian Kendrick. The New Day face Sheamus and Cesaro for the tag-team titles which The New Day have held for over 400 days.
Ross also discussed Bobby Lashley, Shawn Michaels facing AJ Styles, and ITV's World of Sport on his blog.