WWE taped this Thursday's edition of WWE SmackDown in Albany, New York on Tuesday evening, and a brand new match was announced for the October 25 Hell In A Cell PPV during the course of the show. Bray Wyatt will be taking on Roman Reigns in a Hell In A Cell match at the PPV. This is now the second officially announced cell match for the show, with Brock Lesnar versus The Undertaker having been announced during last week's Night Of Champions event. The news of the Reigns/Wyatt PPV match comes hot on the heels of this past Monday's edition of RAW drawing the lowest total viewers for an episode of RAW since 2012. This is significant because RAW was headlined by a Reigns versus Wyatt main event. One would suspect the two meeting in the cell could possibly end up being the blow-off for the feud between the Wyatts and Roman Reigns/Dean Ambrose. Several indicators point to this being the case. One would be the relative failure of the feud to engage the audience. Secondly, the feud dates back to June, when Bray Wyatt appeared at the end of the ladder match and cost Roman Reigns the briefcase. After four months, it would seem it's time to wrap things up and send Reigns, Ambrose and the Wyatts into a new direction.