On Sunday evening, the latest "Smackdown Live" exclusive pay-per-view arrives on Sunday night with WWE's "Hell in a Cell 2017" event. The stacked card will feature several matches contested inside the Hell in a Cell structure. Among them will be a tag team title bout as well as a possible epic clash featuring "SmackDown" Commissioner #Shane Mcmahon against superstar Kevin Owens. Several other titles and feuds are part of the event, so here's a look at the latest PPV match card along with TV time and live stream details.

PPV match card

A total of eight matches comprise the latest WWE "Hell in a Cell" match card for 2017.

That includes a pre-show #Tag Team Match featuring the team of Chad Gable and Shelton Benjamin as they take on The Hype Bros. The pre-show will be available starting at 7 PM ET on various sources including WWE's social media channels.

The main pay-per-view carries the bulk of the matchups with four different championships on the line. A few feud matches are also mixed in including Bobby Roode against Dolph Ziggler and Randy Orton vs. Rusev in regular singles matches.

As far as titles go, one match features tag team champs The New Day and The Usos battling inside of Hell in a Cell. Another match will have Natalya defending the "SmackDown" Women's title against Charlotte Flair, while AJ Styles will also defend the US Championship against Baron Corbin. The main championship will have Shinsuke Nakamura fighting Jinder Mahal again to try to take away the WWE title from him.

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The main event could feature the match involving Shane McMahon and Kevin Owens. These two stars from the blue brand have been at each other's throats for weeks now and it will all culminate with a "Falls Count Anywhere" Hell in a Cell match. As fans have seen in past matches involving "Shane-O-Mac," anything is possible including death-defying leaps off the cage or other items.

How to watch it live

As mentioned, the WWE "Hell in a Cell 2017 Kickoff Show" begins at 7 PM ET. It will feature match previews, analysis, interviews, and the free tag team match for fans to enjoy ahead of the main PPV. The pre-show can be seen on WWE's YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, website, and WWE Network among other sources, free of charge.

The main "Hell in a Cell" pay-per-view starts up at 8 PM ET. It's offered on the WWE Network which is currently available for new customers on a one-month free trial. Subscribers pay $9.99 per month after the subscription ends. Expect the latest WWE event to clock in at around three hours and end close to 11 PM ET Sunday night. #pay per view