Published: Tue, October 10, 2017
Sports | By Ivan Ross

WWE Hell in a Cell Kickoff Results

WWE Hell in a Cell Kickoff Results

In a crowded tag team division that also sees the popular Breezango fight for Fashion Files airtime, the Ascension, and possibly a reunited Luke Harper and Erick Rowan, I'm glad they've still found time to shine the spotlight on the Hype Bros' internal issues. This could have been a good match, but the two of them didn't do much. There was even an extremely creative spot as one of the Usos was trapped in the corner, and Xavier Woods trapped him with kendo sticks. Sunday October 8th brought fans the latest installment of Hell In A Cell, a Smackdown-centric card that reflected the so-called "blue brand's" commitment to fresh talent and unpredictable match-ups - along with the customary "cage matches" of the title.

I have no reason to care about this match. Ziggler should take this one here, so he can lose on a bigger stage.

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It began with Styles and Dillinger double-teaming Corbin to take him out momentarily. Hopefully the WWE's booking committee will refrain from having the Singh Brothers interfere or other illicit outcomes, because it tends to only further diminish the already tarnished image of the once iconic WWE world title. He's faced AJ Styles multiple times and he beat the guy who's supposed to be challenging AJ clean in the middle of the ring this past Tuesday. There is a new US champion: Baron Corbin. And then we have the Flair/Hart battle between Charlotte and Smackdown Women's Champion, Natalya. But the good times did not last, and soon, the New Day would be checked into the Usos Penitentiary. The Japanese was inching closer to a win as he landed his finishing move- The Kinshasa on Mahal's head.

The Show-Off's cockiness got the better of him, and took too long to capitalize on a downed Roode. Jinder Mahal remained the undispute king of WWE as he retained his title against Shinsuke Nakamura.

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Ziggler tried to roll up Roode while using the tights for leverage, but Roode countered and did the same thing. At the end of the match, Ziggler tried to roll up Roode while grabbing the tights. The match started outside the Hell in a Cell structure, but Owens quickly tried to hide inside the cage, until McMahon kicked him in the face through the steel, then locked the two of them inside. Here Comes the Money climbing the cell himself. Shane eventually climbed to the top and the two brawled. During Kevin Owens' United States Championship feud with AJ Styles, he blamed Shane McMahon for every time he came up short. The two fighting on top of the cell was great to watch, and Shane can put on a great show when the occasion requires it. Chucking Owens on top of Shane so that he could get the three count, the match was finally over as both men left Hell In A Cell as broken challengers.

Greetings. This week, we'll candidly preview the WWE's upcoming pay per view - Hell in a Cell extravaganza.

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