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WWE Hell In A Cell 2017: Results, Recap, Review & Must-See Highlights


WWE Hell in a Cell was a home run for SmackDown Live, mostly in-part to the categorical eventuality Hell in a Cell compare between Kevin Owens and SmackDown commissioner Shane McMahon. Tonight, new champions were crowned, and a longtime fan favorite incited full blown heel. Look next and find out the stupidity that was

WWE Hell In A Cell 2017 Viewing Details

Date: Sunday, Oct 8, 2017
Time (kick-off show): 7:00 P.M. EST
Time (main show): 8:00 P.M. EST
TV Channel: WWE Network / Pay-Per-View
Location: Little Caesars Arena, Detroit, Michigan

WWE Hell In A Cell 2017: Date, Time, Matches  Location


WWE Hell In A Cell 2017 Results

Let’s find out the winners and losers from tonight’s horrible WWE pay-per-view…


Kickoff Show: Shelton Benjamin Chad Gable vs. The Hype Bros

Seriously, Shelton Benjamin should really be in a high form argument by now. But we theory WWE are going back to Shelton’s tab group days to test out the waters again with this multi-time champion. Hopefully, Gable-Benjamin materializes into something great. But Benjamin is better off on his own, feuding with someone the size of AJ Styles.

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Gable and Benjamin kicked some critical ass. The Hype Bros were no pushovers, but the better group won. Gable got the pinfall.

Shelton Benjamin Chad Gable better The Hype Bros


Hell in a Cell for the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship: The New Day (c) vs. The Usos

What a ruin of an opening compare (no joke intended). The New Day have towering the tab group multiplication to stately heights not seen given the days of the Attitude Era. They’ve turn major stars and have carried up the whole multiplication in the process.

The dungeon really brought out The New Day’s cruel side. Xavier Woods brought out brightly colored low-pitched instruments (trombones to be exact) and a multi-colored kendo hang and bashed them over the conduct of an hapless Uso. But The Usos showed their meant strain as well, ramming Woods conduct into the steel with an using Usos boundary (yep, just like their dad, Rikishi).

There were copiousness of nearby falls for both teams. But in the end, The Usos showed that they wanted that pretension that much more, knocking off The New Day to turn 5-time champions.

The New Day just upheld the flame to The Usos tonight. We now have a new categorical eventuality tab group in the WWE, and they’re coming from The Uso Penitentiary.

The Usos better The New Day to turn the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Champions


Randy Orton vs. Rusev

Rusev really dominated, but Orton is here to stay and slay the bigger man. Seriously, what is WWE’s devise with Rusev anyway?

The big bad Rusev kicked donkey for much of the match, but all it takes is one RKO outta nowhere to finish the pursuit on the Bulgarian Brute. Seriously, where does Rusev go from here? Every high form argument he’s been in, he’s finished up on the brief side of the stick.

Yet, despite that Rusev has lost every major argument he’s been in, we can still see him as the WWE Champion one day down the line.

Randy Orton defeats Rusev


Triple Threat Match for the WWE United States Championship: AJ Styles (c) vs. Tye Dillinger vs. Baron Corbin

Tye Dillinger was thrown in this compare at last minute. AJ substantially regrets that move, as he wasn’t pinned tonight, but still lost his championship. Meanwhile, Corbin is usually rising by the ranks after his Money In The Bank aspirations failed.

The Lone Wolf rises again…

Baron Corbin defeats Tye Dillinger and AJ Styles to turn the new WWE United States Champion


WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship match: Natalya (c) vs. Charlotte Flair

Charlotte Flair finished Natalya snap. Nattie’s been sceptical of The Queen’s star energy ever given she arrived on SmackDown, and substantially got herself DQed out of fear of losing her strap. Either that, or she just has a meant strain that’s too tough to control.

Charlotte Flair defeats Natalya by disqualification


WWE World Championship match: Jinder Mahal (c) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura

After weeks of derogative insults, Nakamura finally got his palm on the ardent WWE Champion. Well, some-more than his hands. Nakamura almost knocked Mahal’s conduct off with a Kinshasa using knee. But The Singh Brother supposing too much of a distraction. Mahal was clearly beaten in the ring, but his boys helped dreaming the arbitrate prolonged adequate for him to recover.

Nakamura still seemed like he was going to win. But one Khallas from the champion is adequate to seal the understanding on the King of Strong Style.

Jinder Mahal defeats Shinsuke Nakamura to keep the WWE World Championship


Bobby Roode vs. Dolph Ziggler

Dolph Ziggler wants to be famous as the best wrestler in the WWE. Meanwhile, there’s all these new guys coming in and hidden his mark while he’s been operative his donkey off for years. Ziggler entered this compare as critical as hell, with no opening music and a unrelenting look.

Ziggler did all he could to put divided the tough Bobby Roode. He tried using under-handed tactics, which backfired as Roode kick him as his own game. Both men were rolling any other up in mixed close tumble pins. Ziggler grabbed Roode’s tights for precedence while in a pinning position. Roode topsy-turvy the pin, and grabbed Ziggler’s tights for the win.

After the match, Dolph Ziggler went ape-sh*t on Roode, beating him down into the mat. Who’s stately now?

Bobby Roode defeats Dolph Ziggler


WWE Hell in a Cell match: Kevin Owens vs. Shane McMahon

The Cell lowers for one final match! #KevinOwens and @shanemcmahonwwe will do battle inside! #HIAC

A post shared by WWE (@wwe) on Oct 8, 2017 at 7:48pm PDT

Here is the best compare of the night. Shane McMahon is mostly seen as a non-wrestler, nonetheless he performs amazingly good in big compare situations, generally in gimmick matches like Hell in a Cell.

Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon fought both inside and outward the cell. The last mins of the compare had the many drama. Shane and Owens were high above the dungeon battling it out. There was a genuine possibility that both men could turn legitimately hurt, even die in the routine of interesting the crowd. Both warriors slammed any other down on top of the cell. KO wanted to shun and climbed down the cell, but Shane O’Mac went down after him.

Shane battles KO on the cell, and knocks him off, promulgation him drifting by an announcer’s table.

McMahon wants to finish off Owens. So, he props KO on another commentator’s list and climbs back on top of the seal. Shane leaps off the dungeon and attempts an bend dump on a disposed KO, but Sami Zayn runs in, and saves Owens just in the scrape of time. KO is pulled out of the way, and Shane bounces off the list and hits the belligerent while EMTs and WWE officials check to see if the boss’ son is okay.

EMTs are about to column Shane up on a stretcher, but Sami Zayn won’t concede that to happen. Zayn pushes divided medical assistance and pulls KO on top of Shane. Although reluctant, a arbitrate depends the pin-fall – 1, 2, 3.

Kevin Owens defeats Shane McMahon

What has @samizayn done?! @shanemcmahonwwe @ko_fightowensfight #HIAC

A post shared by WWE (@wwe) on Oct 8, 2017 at 8:29pm PDT

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