WWE Hell in a Cell 2021: Start Time Across Countries, Where to Watch

Published 06/17/2021, 7:30 AM EDT


WWE Hell in a Cell 2021 might be the last WWE PPV of the ThunderDome era. Since March 2020 we’ve felt the lack of fans, and WWE needs to get their shows on the road. However, for fans watching from the comfort and safety of their homes, these are the PPV’s start times in twenty-five countries worldwide.

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WWE Hell in a Cell 2021: Start time in the US, Canada, and the UK

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For fans watching Hell in a Cell in the United States and Canada, they can enjoy matches like Roman Reigns vs Rey Mysterio and Bobby Lashley vs Drew McIntyre at 5 p.m. PT (Pacific time) and 8 p.m. ET (Eastern time). The PPV will have a runtime of about three hours, given WWE has confirmed only five matches.

Fans in the United Kingdom will have to tune into the WWE Network at 1 a.m BST. However, they will have to stay up late to enjoy five huge matches. These include wars inside Hell in a Cell and the bizarre Shayna Baszler vs Alexa Bliss match.

In the United States, fans can watch the PPV on the WWE Network or Peacock, but fans from across the Atlantic Ocean cannot purchase the Peacock subscription. Fortunately, they can stream the event on BT Sport. For the pre-show, fans will have to tune into the Network, BT Sport, or their local cable network an hour before the PPV begins.

Drew McIntyre‘s hometown fans in Scotland can watch the PPV on BT Sport at 1 am BST (British Standard Time) to see if he can wrench the WWE title back from Bobby Lashley.

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Start time across other territories

For the Indian WWE Universe, Hell in a Cell emanates from Sony Ten 1 and Sony Ten 1 HD. If you enjoy Hindi commentary, tune into Ten 3 and Ten 3 HD. Peacock isn’t available in India, but fans can stream the event online from Sony India‘s website.

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Australians will watch their very own superstar Rhea Ripley defend the Raw Women’s Championship against Charlotte Flair. They can see that match go down at 10 a.m. AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time). They too can stream the event through the Network and even Main Event, Australia’s premium PPV channel.

Fans from Japan who are probably excited about the NJPW-WWE talks can tune in at 9 am JST (Japan Standard Time) to watch the PPV. As for Saudi Arabia, they can watch the event starting at 3 am local time.

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Nathan Fulgado is a WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports. Having published close to 1000 professional wrestling articles, Nathan is currently pursuing his Journalism degree from Xavier's College. He has previously worked at Free Press Journal as a local journalist.

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