WWE's Hell In A Cell Cage has changed the color from silver to red

WWE's Hell In A Cell Cage has changed the color from silver to red

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Forget Vogue September issue, the biggest aesthetic change of the year has come in WWE.

After 21 years of Hell In A Cell Matches, the color of the iconic covered steel structure has been changed from silver to red.

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WWE released a live stream over the weekend showing the creation of the cage, with the most notable change being its new color.

Known as one of WWE's most dangerous games, Hell In A Cell has been an integral part of WWE history since it was first founded in 1997.

Shawn Michaels fought the Undertaker in the very first match in the cage. The most famous match took place a year later when The Undertaker and Mick Foley went to battle.

The Undertaker, as is well known, threw Foley from the top of the cage on a table outside, before he minutes later through the cage into the ring.

Many of WWE's most famous wrestlers have appeared in the cell, where two games will be held this evening in San Antonio, Texas.

Roman Reigns will defend his WWE Universal Championship against Braun Strowman, with Mick Foley as the guest referee.

This is Strowman's money in his Money In The Bank briefcase, while it is the first significant defense of Reign's title he won at Summerslam against Brock Lesnar.

In the second Hell In a Cell match, Jeff Hardy meets Randy Orton in a match many expect to be one of the best of the night.

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Elsewhere, Daniel Bryan and Brie Bella take on The Miz and Maryse, AJ Styles defends his WWE title against Samoa Joe, Ronda Rousey meets Alexa Bliss and Charlotte and Becky Lynch meet the SmackDown Women's Championship.

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