WWE Hell in a Cell Results – Oct 8, 2017

Kickoff Show:

The 2017 WWE Hell In a Cell Kickoff pre-show opens with Renee Young welcoming us as fans file into the Little Caesar’s Arena in Detroit. Renee is joined by David Otunga and Peter Rosenberg. We see the Cell structure hanging high above the ring. The panel hypes tonight’s show before sending us to Kayla Braxton in the Social Media Lounge. She will be joined by Charlotte Flair later on and fans can submit their questions with the #AskCharlotte hashtag..

– We go backstage to SmackDown General Manager Daniel Bryan and Tye Dillinger, who are watching Tye’s win over Baron Corbin on Tuesday’s SmackDown. Tye wants to be put into tonight’s WWE United States Title match and Bryan agrees, making it a Triple Threat with Corbin and champion AJ Styles. We go back to the panel for plugs on tonight’s card and the WWE Network after a break. We get discussion on tonight’s WWE Title match as well. They discuss Randy Orton vs. Rusev next. Aiden English interrupts Renee and comes to the panel singing. Aiden talks about his relationship with Rusev and sings a song about how Rusev will get the win tonight. Fans cheer for Aiden.

– Renee hypes tonight’s Fashion Files segment with Breezango. We get a look at Charlotte backstage with Kayla before going to a break. We come back and Renee sends us to the Social Media Lounge. Charlotte says she’s nervous but excited for the match with Natalya tonight. Flair also comments on her previous wins over Natalya and says while she is nervous, she’s confident going into the match. Regarding Carmella possibly cashing in Money In the Bank, Flair says she will deal with that when it happens but her first focus is Natalya but if Carmella does try it, Flair says she’s good on the fly. She ends it by saying Flairs are always better than Harts. We go back to the panel for discussion on the match. Otunga and Renee go with Natalya while Rosenberg predicts Flair will win.

– We go backstage to Dasha Fuentes and Baron Corbin. He’s upset about Tye Dillinger being added to the match and says Tye was added to the match because of his friendship with Daniel Bryan. Corbin rants and says he will show everyone what is not a fluke when he still walks out with the title tonight. Renee sends us to the ring for a match.

Chad Gable and Shelton Benjamin vs. Zack Ryder and Mojo Rawley

We go to the ring and out comes The Hype Bros. Tom Phillips, Corey Graves and Byron Saxton are on commentary. We see video of the backstage segment between these two teams from two weeks ago. Chad Gable and Shelton Benjamin are out next.

Mojo starts off with Gable as they get a feel for each other. Benjamin comes in early and keeps control but Gable is back in with a quick tag. Gable with an early pin attempt. Mojo comes off the ropes and drops Gable with a big shot. Mojo slams Gable and in comes Ryder over the ropes for a 2 count. Ryder slams Gable’s face in the mat. Gable blocks a dropkick and covers Ryder for a 2 count.

Benjamin tags in next and locks up with Ryder. Ryder takes Benjamin to the mat for some back & forth. Benjamin ends up driving Ryder to the mat and then kicking him out of the ring. Mojo checks on Ryder as Benjamin stands tall. We go to a break.

Back from the break and Gable suplexes Ryder for a 2 count. Benjamin tags back in now as Ryder tries to fight up and out. Benjamin cuts him off and slams him for another pin attempt. More back and forth between the teams. Ryder ends up hitting a missile dropkick from the corner. Mojo and Gable tag in at the same time and Mojo unloads.

Mojo ends up hitting a big powerslam for a close 2 count. Gable comes back and takes control. Gable goes to the top for a moonsault but has to land on his feet. Gable comes right back with a belly-to-belly suplex. Gable goes back to the top and hits the moonsault on Mojo for a 2 count.

Benjamin tags in next with offense on Mojo, also taking out Ryder off the apron. Benjamin with a 2 count. Mojo makes a comeback on Benjamin. Ryder tags in for the Hype Ryder but Benjamin avoids it. Benjamin hits the Paydirt on Ryder for the pin but Mojo breaks it up. Gable and Benjamin send Mojo to the floor. Gable tags in and goes to the top as Benjamin lifts Ryder for a powerbomb. They hit the big double team move for the pin.

Winners: Shelton Benjamin and Chad Gable

– After the match, Gable and Benjamin stand tall and pose in the corners. We go back to the panel as Mojo slides into the ring to check on Ryder.

– The panel discussed how new subscribers would also get TLC for free, then ran through the HIAC card.

– A video package focussed on the New Day vs. The Usos feud. Otunga and Rosenberg both picked the Usos to win, while Young picked New Day.

– The Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon feud was chronicled in a video package. Rosenberg said fans will remember where they were when they saw Shane vs. Owens in the HIAC match. The cell lowered around the ring as the pre-show concluded.

WWE Hell in a Cell Opener:

The show opens with a video package highlighting the main feuds heading into tonight as well a focus on the punishing nature of the Hell in a Cell match. Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens and Jinder Mahal vs. Shinsuke Nakamura get a bit of featured time, as well as New Day vs. The Usos and Natalya vs. Charlotte Flair.

In the Arena:

The Cell is already down, having been shown being lowered on the pre-show. Tom Phillips welcomes us to the show and the Detroit crowd seems hot to start the show. Big E shouts out Motown, telling them not to be sour and to clap for the world famous 4-time Champs, and feel the power! The New Day make their way out to a warm welcome from the fans. All three men enter the Cell and make their way into the ring. Kofi says there’s about to be a jail break in Detroit Rock City tonight. Woods says two teams enter, and one team leaves the Cell, this big huge monstrosity made of 5 tons of steel. This is about to get real. Kofi says it’s a monstrosity, but in their hands, it can be their greatest weapon. the Uso’s love to say they’ve got the tag division on lock, but what they fail to understand is that New Day has the keys baby! Big E starts to say something, but cuts himself off. He says the Uso’s talk about the penitentiary, but today will be the New Day apocalypse. You better call your priest because they’re about to drop biblical doom and gloom.

Smackdown Tag Team Championship Hell in a Cell Match
The New Day vs. The Uso’s

The Uso’s make their way out next to a much more subdued reaction from the crowd.

Kofi steps to the outside as it looks like Woods and Big E will be handling things tonight.

The bell rings and both teams talk a bit of smack while staring each other down. Both teams bail out to the floor to grab weapons. Big E has a chain and Woods has a colorful kendo stick. The Usos have a chair and kendo stick. Things break down into a brawl immediately as all the weapons are dropped. Big E knocks one of the Usos out of the ring, and Woods connects with a stiff forearm on the other Uso. Woods picks up the chain and wraps it around his fist. Woods hits the ropes and is picked up by Big E, then planted down on top of one of the Usos, blasting him with the chain. The other Uso pulls himself up on the apron and Big E tries to spear him through the ropes, but he moves out of the way and Big E crashes to the floor. Jimmy Uso is in the ring and he dives over the top to the outside on top of Woods. Big E spears Jimmy through the ropes into the Cell wall and it looks like he rams the top of his head into the Cell wall in the process. Woods brings Jey back into the ring and Big E hands him the trombone.

Woods blasts Jey with the trombone, then Big E pulls out another trombone from under the ring, which Woods breaks by hitting Jey across the stomach. Big E goes back under the ring and grabs a cow bell this time, blasting Jey across the back repeatedly. Big E goes back under the ring and brings out a gong, handing it to Woods. Woods bangs the gong before hitting Jey across the back. Woods drops the gong on the mat, and he sets up for the midnight hour, but Jimmy throws a chair at Woods, and Jey connects with a superkick to Big E for a two count.

Jimmy and Jey both have kendo sticks in hand and then crack Big E across the back before breaking the sticks. Both Usos wind up on either side of Big E and hit him in the chest and back with kendo stick shots. The Usos leave the ring and go to work on Woods, taunting Kofi while continuing the assault on Woods. Jimmy traps Woods against the Cell wall so that Jey can connect with a running hip bump to the face.

Back in the ring, the Usos go back to work on Big E. Big E ducks a kendo stick shot and is able to launch Jimmy with a belly to belly suplex. Jey is taken to the apron, and he pulls Big E out with him. Big E pushes Jey into the ring post, but he comes back with a quick superkick and both men are staggered. Big E picks up Jey and he drops him straight down to the ring floor and Woods jumps in with a disgusting backstabber on the way down. Big E brings things back into the ring and he and Woods connect with Up Up Down Down, but the pin is broken up. Big E clotheslines Jey over the top rope and to the floor. Woods goes back under the ring and collects another six kendo sticks. Woods cracks Jey in the stomach and on his side. Woods and Big E use Kendo sticks to thread through the Cell wall and trap Jey in the corner. Woods drives the butt of the kendo stick into Jey’s gut, then they turn their attention to Jimmy.

Jey Uso manages to get free and break up the New Day with a kendo stick shot to Big E and a superkick to Woods. Big E tries to fight back and Jey ends up with Big E in Electric chair position, and Jimmy dives through the ropes with a giant shoulderblock and sends Big E crashing into the Cell wall.

The Usos climb up and both hit frog splashes in quick succession on Big E, but Big E is still able to kick out at two. The Usos have handcuffs and they use them to trap Big E and Woods. The Usos handcuff Woods and trap him hung up on the ring post. They use kendo stick shots, and Woods tries to fight back with kicks, but it just leads to more abuse. Big E’s handcuff is no longer attached, and he backdrops Jimmy over the top rope before launching Jey with a belly to belly suplex. Big E heads outside and he grabs Jimmy, ramming him into the Cell wall with a running slam. Kofi is directing him to do it again, so he picks up Jimmy and runs him into Jey this time. Big E send Jey back into the ring and connects with the Big Ending, but Jey is able to kick out at two. Big E goes for a stretch muffler on Jey, but Jimmy connects with two superkicks, and he and Jey connect with a double superkick. Jimmy and Jey go up in opposite corners and hit simultaneous from splashes, but Woods is able to make it in to break the count.

Jimmy and Jey take turns blasting Woods with kendo stick shots, and Woods comes back with a headbutt, and repeated clubbing blows. The numbers catch up to Woods as he’s trapped by one Uso, and blasted with more kendo stick shots from the other. The Usos take Woods to the mat and lay a chair across his midsection. The Usos head to the top for Double Uce, and they’re able to get the three count on Woods.

Winners and NEW Smackdown Tag Team Champions: The Usos

Following the match, The Usos make their way up the ramp with titles in hand, while Kofi and officials help his tag team partners leave the Cell.


Kayla is backstage to interview AJ Styles about Tye Dillinger being added to his match tonight. Styles says he understands Daniel Bryan’s decision, even though he doesn’t like it. He says he was going to prove Baron Corbin’s shortcuts don’t work, but then Tye was involved. The odds may be stacked against him, but to quote the late, great Tom Petty, you can stand him up at the gate of Hell, but he won’t back down.

Rusev vs. Randy Orton

Back in the arena, Rusev makes his way to the ring to a small pop from the crowd.

We get a recap of Rusev’s recent history with Randy Orton, including the recent involvement by Aiden English, who appears to be writing songs about Rusev’s accomplishments now. After the recap, Randy Orton make his way to the ring to a nice pop from the fans.

The bell rings and Rusev pushes Randy off into the ropes quickly, hitting a shoulderblock. Randy comes back, almost hitting an RKO, but Rusev pushes him away and bails to the outside, wagging his finger no. Rusev slides back into the ring and locks up with Orton, driving him into the corner and burying his shoulder in Orton’s gut. Rusev stomps away at Orton in the corner before being pulled off by the ref. Rusev sends Orton into the ropes and eats a clothesline for his troubles. Orton follows up by stomping at Rusev’s joints. Orton sends Rusev out to the apron and tries for the suspension DDT, but Rusev gets to his feet, backdrops Orton to the apron, and slams himself into Orton, launching Orton off the apron and into the barricade. Rusev heads out to the floor and connects with a fallaway slam, throwing Orton into the barricade.

Back in the ring, Rusev tries for a pin, but Orton kicks out at two. Rusev responds by stomping away repeatedly at Orton, then kicking him across the shoulders. Rusev clamps on a rear chin lock, and Orton struggles to his feet, and breaks the hold. Orton head butts Rusev in the face and hits the ropes, but Rusev comes back with a spinning heel kick for another two count. Orton bails to the floor and Rusev is quick to follow. Rusev stalks Orton, then finds himself backdropped into the barricade. Rusev is quick to recover, coming right back with a clothesline to Orton before sending him back into the ring. Rusev hits the ropes and drops a massive elbow, then a second.

Rusev throws Orton into the corner, but he misses with a splash, connecting face first with the ring post instead. Orton blocks a right hand from Rusev and begins to fight back, and there appear to be some technical difficulties on my end. After a bit of a reset on my end, Rusev is on the middle rope and he dives off, but Orton moves and Rusev crashes to the mat. Orton sends Rusev out to the apron and pulls him back in with the suspension DDT.

Orton drops to the mat and teases the RKO, and Rusev pops up trying to counter into the Accolade. Orton is able to fight it off and connect with the RKO for the three count.

Winner: Randy Orton

Rusev makes his way to the back sadly while Orton celebrates in the ring. The celebration is cut fairly short as we go right into a couple of commercials.

– Shane McMahon is shown backstage and he seems to be deep in thought, just staring off into the distance. Back in the arena, Tom Philips turns to how Tye Dillinger interjected himself into the US Championship match by convincing Daniel Bryan that his win over Baron Corbin earned him a spot. After that recap, Tye makes his way down to the ring for the match to a big pop from the crowd.

WWE United States Championship Triple Threat Match
AJ Styles vs. Baron Corbin vs. Tye Dillinger

Baron Corbin is out next, and Corbin gets a little bit of heat, but most of the fans don’t seem to care as he makes his way down the aisle.

AJ Styles is out last, and the Champion gets a great pop on his way to the ring. After formal ring introductions for each man, we’re ready to go.

The bell rings and Corbin is quick to bail to the outside and he tells AJ and Tye to fight it out. AJ and Tye head to the outside and corner Corbin. Corbin tries to run into the ring and Tye and AJ follow on either side. AJ and Tye team up, both chopping Corbin before clotheslining Corbin over the top. Tye tries to roll up AJ right away, and AJ comes back with a roll up of his own. Both men trade quick moves and pins, but neither gets the upper hand. Tye tries for a belly to back suplex, but AJ fights it off. Tye hits the ropes and runs right into a dropkick from AJ. AJ hits the ropes and Corbin drags him to the outside, burying his knee in Styles’ gut. Corbin heads into the ring and runs right into a big forearm to the face from Tye. Tye goes for the ten punches in the corner, but Baron stops him by crotching him on the top rope, and hitting a big forearm that sends him out to the floor. Corbin turns around and AJ is there with a forearm, but Corbin is able to turn things around and take AJ to the mat. Corbin connects with a clubbing blow to AJ, before he stops short of a dropkick and kicks Styles in the ribs. Corbin knocks Tye off the apron and back out to the floor before turning back to AJ and hitting a giant forearm in the corner. Corbin stomps away at AJ in the corner before tossing him out with a huge Beale toss.

Corbin picks up AJ in the corner, avoids Tye Dillinger coming into the ring, and he throws Styles into Tye before tossing AJ out of the ring against the ring post. Corbin chokes Tye with his boot before picking him up and punching him across the face. Corbin drops an elbow on top of Tye’s head, then does it a second time. Corbin kicks Tye in the gut, then knocks AJ from the apron out to the floor. Tye tries to fight back, but he hits the ropes and runs right into a back elbow from Corbin. Corbin drops out of the ring and to the floor. Corbin tries to throw Styles into the barricade, but AJ blocks it and slams Corbin’s head into the barricade instead. AJ tries to whip Corbin into the barricade, but Corbin resists and whips Styles into the barricade hard. Back in the ring Tye tries for the superkick on Corbin, but Corbin blocks it. Tye kicks Corbin in the chest, but Corbin shakes it off and blasts Tye with a huge forearm.

Corbin clamps on a rear chin lock, twisting Tye’s arm above his head. Corbin breaks the hold and turns his attention to AJ on the apron. AJ connects with a shoulder to Corbin’s gut, but when Styles slingshots into the ring, he’s caught with a giant right hand from Corbin, and he rolls back out to the apron. Corbin turns back to Tye, connecting with a couple of clubbing blows across the back. Tye stands and tries to fight back with a quick right hand, and Corbin takes him into the corner with repeated punches and stomps. Corbin drags Tye out of the corner for a quick near fall, then he dumps Tye to the outside. Corbin turns to Styles and AJ is able to duck a series of punches, coming back with kicks to the calves, and a flurry of strikes. Styles knocks Corbin into the ropes and connects with a big clothesline to lay the big man out. Styles picks up Corbin and shoulders him, but Corbin is able to fight out. Styles connects with an enzugiri, then launches himself into Corbin with a flying forearm. Styles calls for the Styles Clash, but Corbin backdrops AJ to the apron instead. Corbin charges AJ, but AJ low bridges Corbin and sends him out to the floor. AJ connects with a running knee from the apron to lay out Corbin. Back in the ring, Tye hot shots AJ to the mat. Tye connects with a series of punches on Styles in the corner before knocking Corbin from the apron. Tye seats AJ on the top turnbuckle and he tries for a superplex, but Styles counters out of it. Tye flapjacks AJ again, then grabs Styles’ face against his knee and falls back to the mat, pinning AJ for a two count.

Tye drops his knee pad and tries for the Tye breaker, but AJ fights out. Styles tries for the Styles Clash, but he can’t quite keep Tye up for it. Styles locks in the Calf Crusher, and Tye crawls toward the ropes and he’s pulled to the outside by Corbin to break the hold. Styles leaps over the top rope to take out Corbin with a diving forearm.

Corbin shoves Styles into the ring post and Styles bounces off. Corbin takes Tye into the ring and Tye rolls him up for two. Corbin tries for a chokeslam, and Tye reverses into another roll up for two. Dillinger continues the assault, until he’s caught by Deep Six. Styles leaps up to the top rope, and Corbin stops him, connecting with a nasty chokeslam for another two count. Corbin clotheslines AJ in the corner, then Tye. Styles ducks a clothesline from Corbin and connects with a clothesline on Tye and Corbin. Tye connects with a clothesline on Corbin, but eats a boot from Styles. Tye hits a superkick on Corbin, and Styles connects with a Pele kick on Tye that sends him on top of Corbin for a two count. Tye backs AJ into the corner, and Styles avoids a charging Corbin, sending him crashing shoulder first into the ring post. Styles connects with a springboard 450 on Corbin, but the pin is broken up by Tye.

Tye chops AJ across the chest, and AJ comes back by kicking Tye in the knee. AJ charges Tye in the corner, and Tye shoulders AJ, but AJ grabs on to the ropes and fights Tye off. AJ connects with the Phenomenal forearm on Tye and Corbin charges into the ring, booting AJ out to the floor and going right for the pin on Tye. Corbin gets the three count, and this one is over.

Winner and NEW WWE United States Champion: Baron Corbin

Corbin shows off his title, gloating to the fans on his way to the back. Tye is shown recovering, while AJ seems to still be out of it on the floor.

– After a commercial break, we go right into a video recap, highlighting the recent history between Charlotte Flair and Natalya, that led up to tonight’s match, including Ric Flair’s recent health scare as motivation for Charlotte tonight, and Natalya mocking Charlotte giving her further desire to win.

Smackdown Women’s Championship Match
Natalya vs. Charlotte Flair

Back in the arena, Charlotte is the first woman to make her way to the ring, and she gets a pretty nice reaction from the Detroit audience.

Natalya is out next, and the Champion makes her way quickly to the ring, getting into position for formal ring introductions.

The bell rings and we get a lockup right away with Charlotte rolling Natalya up for a one count. Natalya backs Charlotte into the corner and breaks with a little shove. Charlotte rolls up Natalya for a two count, then blasts her with a forearm to the face. Charlotte struts a bit and Natalya slaps her across the face. Natalya tries for the Sharpshooter, but Charlotte fights it off and slaps Natalya. Natalya is able to takes Charlotte to the mat and she focuses on the leg, stomping on the ankle and kicking the back of the knee. Natalya stomps on Charlotte’s knee in the corner before being backed away by the ref. Natalya picks up Charlotte and pulls her down with a dragon screw into a knee bar. Natalya wrenches back and Charlotte screams in pain. Charlotte is able to kick Natalya in the face to break the hold, but Natalya connects with a chop block to the back of the knee to take Charlotte down again.

Natalya kicks Charlotte in the gut and she ties up her legs in a submission, pressing down on Charlotte’s knees to inflict damage. Charlotte is able to turn the hold over and Natalya grabs onto the ropes to force a break. Natalya goes right back to work on Charlotte’s leg, before she slams her face first into the mat. Natalya picks up Charlotte by the foot and drives her knee into the mat. Natalya tries to drive the knee into the mat again, but Charlotte pops up to her feet. Natalya connects with an immediate discus clothesline. Charlotte begins to fight back, and she avoids a flurry of offense from Natalya in the corner. Charlotte connects with a couple of big chops to the chest before taking Natalya to the mat. Charlotte drops a knee across the back of Natalya’s neck with her good knee. Charlotte suplexes Natalya, then she tries to head to the top, but she’s stopped by Natalya. Natalya pulls Charlotte out of the corner and powerbombs her in the middle of the ring, hanging on for a pin. Charlotte is able to kick out at two.

Natalya goes for more and more pin attempts, continuing to get two counts. Charlotte rolls up Natalya for a two count, and Natalya connects with a series of right hands. Natalya hits the ropes and goes for the discus clothesline, but Charlotte connects with a big boot instead. Charlotte goes for the Figure Four, but Natalya kicks her to the outside instead. Natalya slides to the floor and she shoves Charlotte into the ring steps, making sure her knee connects with the steps. Natalya brings things back into the ring and she is able to lock in the Sharpshooter in the middle of the ring. Charlotte crawls toward the ropes, but Natalya pulls her back. Charlotte is able to roll through and the back of Natalya’s head connects with the bottom turnbuckle.

Charlotte pulls Natalya back and she goes up to the top rope, but Natalya rolls out to the floor. Charlotte drops down and kicks Natalya in the face. Charlotte heads out to the apron and she climbs up to the top rope once more. Charlotte launches herself off with a moonsault out to the floor, and Charlotte screams in pain, grabbing at her knee before she tries to move things back into the ring. Natalya avoids being thrown back into the ring, and she grabs a chair, using it to blast Charlotte in the stomach. Natalya hits Charlotte with the chair repeatedly, refusing to let up.

Winner by DQ: Charlotte Flair

After the bell, Natalya delivers another chair shot and works Flair over with it, focusing on her injured knee. Fans boo. Natalya grabs her title and raises it over Flair on the floor. Flair sells the injury as Natalya calls her pathetic. Natalya delivers another cheap shot and walks off with the title as fans boo. The referee checks on Flair and calls for help as we go to replays. Natalya raises the title on the ramp as Flair is announced the winner. Natalya retains.

The Fashion Files:

After a quick commercial, Tom Philips talks quickly about the Fashion Files, and Byron Saxton gets very excited for the video package.

After a nice opening theme, Breeze brings in a box and says ‘case closed ‘Dango’, and they reminisce about solving case 2B. Breeze says that guy was totally guilty. The Ascension walks in, in disguise, and have a delivery for Breeze, it’s some sort of poster tube, and Breeze things the similarity of tube and 2B means they sent an innocent man to jail. Fandango says that means the case is still open. They open the tube and it’s an Ascension poster with ‘We Want 2B Friends’ written on it. Breeze and Fandango talk about how it couldn’t be from the Ascension because they’re so dumb. Viktor and Konor’s feelings are hurt, and they storm off. After a knock at the door, Breeze gets a briefcase, and he and Fandango open it up to discover that it’s not just a briefcase, it’s a new case. We get a title card for Pulp Fashion, which appears to be debuting this Tuesday on Smackdown.

– Back in the arena, Todd throws things right to a video package hyping the WWE Championship Match. We get a video package that includes Jinder making fun of Shinsuke and Shinsuke responding with action, and promises to become the WWE Champion.

WWE Championship
Jinder Mahal vs. Shinzuke Nakamura

Shinsuke Nakamura is the first man to make his way out to the ring, and Nakamura gets a fantastic reaction from the crowd.

The Singh brothers are out to introduce Jinder Mahal, and Jinder doesn’t get much of a reaction on his way to the ring. We get formal ring introductions for both men, and we’re ready to begin the match.

The bell rings and Nakamura kicks at Jinder, but Jinder backs away. Jinder calls for a test of strength, then he kicks Nakamura in the side before going to work on the arm, twisting and wrenching away. Nakamura is able to fight his way out of the hold, and he goes for an arm bar, but Jinder is able to make it to the ropes to force a break. Jinder takes Nakamura into the corner and Nakamura slides out, tells Jinder to bring it on, and blasts Jinder with a knee to the gut. Nakamura stomps Jinder in the corner, and Jinder catches Nakamura’s leg, pushing him back. Shinsuke fights back with an enzugiri. Mahal pushes himself out of the ring to catch his breath. Shinsuke follows to the outside and Jinder shoves him into the ring post and into the crowd, over the barricade. Nakamura is able to climb back into the ring before the ten count, and Jinder is quick to stomp away at Shinsuke’s chest.

Jinder clamps on a rear chin lock and slams Shinsuke to the mat when he seems to be getting back to his feet. Jinder locks in another rear chin lock, and this time, Shinsuke is able to fight out with a series of knees to the gut. Jinder responds by whipping Shinsuke into the corner and dropping a huge knee across the chest. Jinder clamps on another modified rear chin lock, cranking back on the hold.

Nakamura is able to fight out of the hold once more, kicking away at Jinder and sending him to the mat with a spinning kick to the side of the head. Jinder pulls himself up using the ropes, and Nakamura ducks a clothesline, connecting with a single leg dropkick. Shinsuke connects with a series of kicks to the chest, then a running forearm in the corner. Shinsuke connects with a charging knee to the gut to Jinder in the corner, getting a near fall after the move. Jinder fights Shinsuke off with a series of back elbows, but Shinsuke sends Jinder out to the floor, then he launches himself out after. Shinsuke takes out both of the Singh brothers before connecting with a running knee to Jinder’s face. Shinsuke heads to the apron and he goes to drop a knee, but Jinder moves, and Shinsuke falls to the floor. Back in the ring, Jinder connects with a big suplex and a dropkick to a seated Shinsuke.

Jinder tries for the Khallas, but Nakamura fights out and rolls up Jinder for two. Jinder ducks a kick and pushes Shinsuke into the corner. Shinsuke fights out of the corner, then launches himself off the second rope with a flying knee. The Singh brothers get caught involving themselves in the match, and Nakamura is able to roll up Jinder for another two count before connecting with a sit out front suplex. The Singh’s distract Shinsuke again and find themselves ejected from ringside. Back in the ring, Shinsuke connects with the Kinshasa, but a quick distraction by the Singh brothers is enough for Jinder to be able to grab the rope to break the pin. Shinsuke sets up for another kinshasa, but Jinder rolls to the outside and goes into the crowd. Shinsuke brings things back into the ring and Jinder tries for the Khallas, but Shinsuke fights it off. Jinder tries for the Khallas again, connecting this time, and he puts Shinsuke down for the three count.

Winner and STILL WWE Champion: Jinder Mahal

After the match, The Singh Brothers run back down to celebrate with Jinder as the music hits. We go to replays and come back to Nakamura down while Jinder leaves with The Singh Brothers, looking back at the ring with a smile.


We are backstage and Kevin Owens immediately dismisses his interviewer, and takes the mic. He says Hell in a Cell is the most unforgiving structure in WWE, everyone knows because the commentators always talk about how it’s the most dangerous match. But they never talk about the most dangerous man in WWE, and that’s Owens, and tonight, he’ll be at home in the Cell. Everyone got offended when Owens beat up Shane’s dad, but no one thought about Owens’ family when Shane screwed Owens out of his championship matches, and put Owens’ family at risk. Owens is ready to make sure he does what needs to be done for Shane to get the message. For everything he’s put Owens through, Owens will send Shane to hell, right where he belongs.

Bobby Roode vs. Dolph Ziggler

Back in the arena, Bobby Roode is out, making his over the top entrance to a pretty great reaction from the crowd.

Dolph Ziggler’s music hits, and there’s a record scratch before Ziggler makes his way out with no entrance music, and a spotlight, no graphics on the screen or ramp.

The bell rings and Ziggler goes for the legs, but Roode makes it to the ropes to force Ziggler to break the hold. We get a lockup and Dolph goes right into a side headlock, grinding Roode to the mat. Roode fights up to his feet and out of the hold, slamming Ziggler to the mat and spinning around on top of him, mocking Ziggler before getting up and leading the crowd in a big ‘GLORIOUS!’. Roode clamps on a side headlock, but Ziggler is quick to push Roode into the corner to break the hold. Ziggler beats on Roode in the corner for a bit, but Roode is quick to burst out of the corner with a big clothesline. Roode hits the ropes and takes Ziggler to the mat, but it’s not enough for a three count.

Ziggler hangs Roode up on the top turnbuckle, then hits a big clothesline. Ziggler slams Roode’s head into the top turnbuckle, then grinds his forehead against the top rope. Ziggler chokes Roode against the middle rope, then connects with a neckbreaker for another two count. Ziggler traps Roode’s arm and wrenches back, calling for Roode to quit. Roode climbs up to his feet and breaks the hold. Ziggler sends Roode into the ropes and catches him with a sleeper.

Roode is able to fight out of the hold with a side suplex, and both men are slow to get to their feet. Roode avoids a charging Ziggler in the corner, and he sends Ziggler shoulder first into the ring post. Roode and Ziggler trade right hands with Roode getting the upper hand. Roode comes off the middle rope with a blockbuster, and Roode goes for the pin, getting a two count. Roode picks up Ziggler and plants him with a huge urunage, but Ziggler still will not stay down for three.

Roode teases the Glorious DDT, but Ziggler fights it off and rolls up Roode with a two count. Ziggler hits the ropes and connects with a giant DDT of his own, but it’s not enough for a three count. Ziggler tries for the Zig Zag, but Roode fights it off. Ziggler is able to clamp on the sleeper hold, but Roode breaks it. Ziggler connects with a sloppy Fameasser, but it’s still not enough to put Roode down for three. Ziggler calls for Sweet Chin Music, but Roode avoids it and connects with a spinebuster. Roode tries for the Glorious DDT, but it’s reversed into a rollup. Roode and Ziggler trade roll ups, and Roode gets the three count when he holds on to Ziggler’s tights.

Winner: Bobby Roode

Immediately after the win, Ziggler connects with a Zig Zag that puts Roode to the mat. The referee tells Ziggler to go, waving him off to the back. We get replays and come back to Roode watching Ziggler leave.

– We get a video package detailing the bad blood between Shane McMahon and Kevin Owens that has built up over a long period of time, and has slowly escalated, with Owens involving McMahon’s family as the target of his promos, and even assaulting Mr. McMahon.

Hell in a Cell Match
Kevin Owens vs. Shane McMahon

The Hell in a Cell is shown being lowered to the ring, and shortly after it hits the ground, Shane McMahon’s music hits, and he makes his way down the aisle to a big pop from the fans in attendance.

Kevin Owens is out next, and Owens gets a nice initial pop, but the crowd seems like they may be just a bit burned out.

Owens steps into the cell and Shane catches him with a baseball slide through the ropes that sends Owens back out of the Cell. Shane follows and he whips Owens into the barricade before unleashing with a flurry of punches. Owens fights back with a couple of punches of his own, but Shane responds with more strikes that send Owens falling to the floor. Owens stands and throws Shane into the barricade. Shane responds by climbing on top of the barricade and leaping off with a big clothesline. Shane catches Owens with a kick to the side of the face, and Owens enters the cage, screaming ‘screw you’ at Shane before having the cage door kicked in his face. Shane enters the Cell and the door is locked behind. Shane stands on the apron and Owens kicks him off into the Cell wall. Owens slams Shane into the wall before taking Shane over in front of his kids, grinding his face into the Cell wall, and screaming ‘take a good look at daddy’. Owens takes Shane and whips him into the ring steps before choking him with his boot and screaming ‘do it for your kids’.

Owens kicks Shane in the ribs, then drags the ring steps closer. Shane catches Owens with kicks and strikes to the midsection that send Owens rolling back into the ring. Owens stops Shane on his way back into the ring with a series of stomps. Owens punches Shane repeatedly before kicking him on the side of the face and following up with a short arm clothesline/senton combo. Shane gets back to his feet and Owens blasts him with a big right hand and a head butt. Owens drives his knee into Shane’s chest before he backs across the ring for a cannonball. Owens goes for the cover and Shane kicks out at two. Owens talks smack to Shane’s kids before turning back to Shane and stomping away at him. Owens heads to the top rope and he leaps off with a swanton, but Shane gets his knees up. Shane seems like he may have tweaked his knee, but it doesn’t stop him from unloading with rights and lefts, and a leaping back elbow. Shane dances around the ring and connects with a series of jabs. Shane runs into a back elbow in the corner from Owens, but he responds with a DDT that spikes Owens into the mat. Shane heads to the top rope, and leaps off with a shooting star press, but Owens moves out of the way, and Shane crashes to the mat.

Owens heads to the top rope and leaps off with a huge frog splash, but Shane is still able to kick out at two. Owens picks up Shane and he tries for the pop up powerbomb, but Shane is able to counter into the triangle choke. Owens slides his way out to the floor and forces a break. Shane follows and locks in the hold again, but Owens picks up Shane and powerbombs him on the ring steps to force Shane to break the hold.

Owens goes for the pin, but Shane is able to kick out at two. Owens asks Shane why he’s making him do this, then he charges in with a kick to the chest. Owens goes under the ring, and he grabs a table, pulling it out and propping it against the Cell wall. Owens picks up Shane and he lays him across the table. Owens heads up to the apron and he leaps off with a cannonball, but Shane moves, and Owens crashes through the table and into the Cell wall.

Shane goes for the pin, but Owens is able to kick out at two. Shane picks up half of the table and he uses it to blast Owens across the back. Shane picks up the table half once more and blasts Owens a second time. Shane goes under the ring and grabs a trash can, throwing it into the ring. Shane blasts Owens with another table shot before bringing things back into the ring. Shane sets up Owens in the corner, and he props the trash can against his face, wedging it in between the bottom and middle ropes. Shane goes across the ring and leaps off the top rope with a coast to coast dropkick. Shane rolls over into a pin, but Owens gets a foot on the rope, and the official allows that as a rope break.

Shane tells the ref to open the Cell door, but he will not. Shane goes under the ring and grabs some bolt cutters. After a bit of trouble, Shane is able to get the lock off the door. Shane heads into the ring and grabs the trash can, blasting Owens with repeated shots across the back. Owens staggers out of the ring and out of the Cell. Shane connects with a couple of quick jabs, and Owens responds with a low blow and a DDT on the entrance ramp.

Owens sends Shane crashing into the Cell door crotch first. Owens kicks Shane across the side of the face while he chases him around the ring. Owens grinds Shane’s face into the Cell wall before kicking him repeatedly in the stomach. Owens begins taking apart the Spanish announce table, then he head butts Shane to lay him out on the table. Owens stands on the barricade, then he stares up at the top of the Cell. Owens climbs all the way to the top of the Cell, and he stands up slowly. Owens looks like he’s trying to will himself to jump off the top of the cage, but he’s not willing to. Shane gets off the table and begins climbing the side of the Cell. Owens almost stops Shane from making it to the top. Shane and Owens trade right hands on top of the Cell and Shane delivers a Russian leg sweep on top of the match.

Shane picks up Owens and slams him on top of the Cell before falling back. Shane and Owens trade right hands, then Shane suplexes Owens on the top of the cage. Owens backs up and hits a superkick that knocks Shane down, and Owens connects with a senton that sends the crowd gasping. Owens tries for a powerbomb, but Shane reverses it with a back drop. Owens and Shane square off on top of the Cell, trading forearms and punches. Owens is able to catch Shane with a pop up powerbomb on top of the Cell to another big gasp from the crowd.

Owens picks up Shane and teases throwing him off the Cell, but Shane drops down to his back to avoid being tossed off the Cell. Shane charges right into a running forarm from Owens, and Owens waves off Shane, climbing down the side of the Cell. Shane grabs Owens, but Owens makes it about halfway down the side of the Cell. Owens climbs down with him, and he catches Owens with shots to the kidneys before slamming his head into the side of the Cell. Owens falls back and through the Spanish announce table. Trainers and officials are out to check on Owens.

Shane crawls over to Owens and he stops himself from pinning Owens. Shane picks him up, then he drags Owens over to the announce table. Shane climbs up the side of the Cell once more. Shane stands on the edge of the Cell, crosses himself, and he leaps off the Cell. Sami Zayn of all people pulls Owens off the table, and Shane crashes through to the floor.

Sami pulls Owens over and shoves away all the medical personnel, putting Owens on top of Shane and telling the ref to count. The ref counts to three, and this one is over.

Winner: Kevin Owens

The ringside doctors immediately begin putting a brace on Shane’s neck and putting him on a backboard, and Sami Zayn looks out of it and completely confused as to what’s going on. Owens hasn’t made it to his feet yet, but he also doesn’t really seem to know what’s going on.

Owens has to be helped to the back, but he’s able to make it on his own two feet. Shane is loaded onto a stretcher and wheeled to the back as the announcers continue to ponder Sami Zayn’s involvement in the match. The show ends with Shane being wheeled to the back, and giving a thumbs up.


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