Countdown to Hell in a Cell 2017

Countdown to Hell in a Cell 2017”

The fight card is made up of matches that resulted from scripted storylines and have been predetermined by WWE's "SmackDown Live" program. Charlotte vs. Natalya was clearly the first of what will be a long series of matches.

Shane-O-Mac picked dragged Owens onto another announce table before proceeding back up the cage for one of his now-signature suicide dives. This is the fifth time that the Usos won the tag-team championship.

The main attractions will be Mahal's WWE championship match with Nakamura and Owens' Hell in a Cell match with McMahon. The build for this one centered around Mahal being a very large piece of shit, and not in a good way, if that makes sense.

In one of the much-anticipated contest in the Divas' section, Charlotte Flair got the better of Natalya despite struggling with a knee injury throughout the match. This, needless to say, is not ideal. The Japanese was inching closer to a win as he landed his finishing move- The Kinshasa on Mahal's head. It's nearly as if WWE Creative took all of the pent up racism that they couldn't utilize throughout the PG era and are utilizing it through Jinder Mahal.

- Above is video of new WWE United States Champion Baron Corbin talking to Renee Young and Peter Rosenberg on Talking Smack after his big win at Hell In a Cell last night. WWE managed to screw this build up in two different ways. Just have him hit two or three Glorious DDTs and go for the pin to prove to Zigger that yeah, the entrance is all the people care about, but it doesn't matter because Dolph will always be Dolph. However, Tye Dillinger defeated Corbin this week and he successfully convinced Daniel Bryan to let him compete in the match. All the tiny details added up to a Hell in a Cell match that makes sense.

The WWE Hell in Cell 2017 will begin with a kickoff show with Chad Gable and Shelton Benjamin vs The Hype Bros match in a tag team action.

Team Canada rules Hell in a Cell this year. Or would we be looking at another Battleground situation, where the show failed to meet even lowered expectations?

WWE's latest pay-per-view event Hell in a Cell 2017 witnessed some great matches, title changing hands and enemies becoming friends and new rivalries taking centre stage. I guess we'll find out more on Tuesday. They set the tone early that they're not fucking around and they're here to hurt some people. Whenever The Usos and New Day are in the ring together it is pure magic. Once the bell rang, McMahon went on the offensive. As tends to be expected, the big spots favored The New Day early on; with Woods deploying a rainbow-colored kendo stick and later smashing a variety of musical instruments across his opponents' backs while Jimmy and Jey countered with more traditional implements (chairs, non-customized sticks) and forceful poundings staged to mimic prison-beatings as part of their "Uso Penitentiary" brand-identity. He also took a pop up powerbomb from Owens on top of the cell, in a moment that scared everyone watching. For better or for worse, he wouldn't cheat, he wouldn't do anything underhanded to get ahead.

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