Hardy – one of WWE’s most famous daredevils – has teased his first ever match inside the giant cage is going to be one for the history books.
He takes on Orton after the two spent the past month bitterly feeding – with the Apex Predator brutalising the Charismatic Enigma.
The three time world champion promised his match will be “very memorable” when speaking to TalkSPORT ahead of Hell in a Cell.
Jeff, 41, has never competed in the brutal match type – despite being famed for his extreme wrestling style and high octane moves.
And speaking ahead of the show last month, Hardy teased he wanted to leave his mark on the match – which comes after his brother Matt retired from WWE.
“It will be a very memorable Jeff Hardy match. Expect the unexpected”Jeff Hardy
Jeff said: "I've talked about it a lot because the one thing I've never done in WWE is a Hell in a Cell match.
"And now here we are. I'm in a Hell in a Cell with Randy Orton and I can't wait to see what I can do inside that cage.
"It's going to be very memorable and I'll do something that people won't forget.
"I think my thoughts are too big for my size sometimes, but I've got a lot of good ideas of what I can do inside that structure and this Sunday is when we find what will happen.
Hardy’s rivalry with Orton kicked off way back in 2009 when the two feuded for the WWE Championship.
It reignited when The Viper attacked Jeff after he lost the US Championship to Shinsuke Nakamura.
Their rivalry has also kicked up a gear after Hardy used his patented Swanton Bomb dive to put Orton through a table.
He added: "It will be a very memorable Jeff Hardy match. Expect the unexpected.”
Jeff is the younger of the two Hardy Boyz – who are one of the most iconic tag team duos ever to wrestle in WWE.
Together they have held tag gold 11 times and have competed around the world – and both also have enjoyed singles success.
The younger brother however has enjoyed more success in WWE, holding the World Heavyweight Championship twice and once claiming the WWE Championship.
Hell in a Cell kicks off tonight at midnight – headlined by Braun Strowman and Roman Reigns in the cage with special guest referee Mick Foley.