Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre's WWE Championship match will play out inside Hell In A Cell, as confirmed on last night's episode of Raw.
On top of this, in the event of him losing, McIntyre will not be allowed to mount another WWE Title challenge while Lashley is champion. This was pitched by Bobby himself during his and McIntyre's in-ring contract signing segment, which closed on Drew chopping the table in half with his sword.
McIntyre earned his latest opportunity to challenge for the WWE Championship by defeating Kofi Kingston in a number one contender's match last week. The duo had gone one-on-one for the shot the previous week as well, though the bout was interrupted by Lashley and rebooked for seven days later.
This will be the fourth time McIntyre and Lashley have wrestled in 2021. WrestleMania 37 brought their most decisive result, as Lashley forced Drew to pass out in the Hurt Lock, though the former Hurt Business man also retained the WWE Title in a Triple Threat with McIntyre and the recently released Braun Strowman at WrestleMania Backlash last month.
Whether or not WWE will add a second Hell In A Cell match to the titular 20 June pay-per-view remains to be seen.