WWE Hell in a Cell 2017: 5 things that must happen

WWE Hell in a Cell 2017: 5 things that must happen

The following matches are advertised for the WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, which will be held on Sunday in Detroit, Michigan at Little Caesar's Arena.

Randy Orton def. Aiden English via pinfall: Orton RKO'd English after about 90 seconds as well with Rusev watching on from ringside. Nakamura quickly got the upper hand on Mahal, but the Singhs jumped on him and allowed Mahal the opportunity to hit The Khallas.

Kevin Owens has made another huge statement ahead of his Hell in a Cell clash with Shane McMahon this weekend.

At SummerSlam, Natalya seemingly came out of nowhere and captured the SmackDown Women's Championship from two-time champion Naomi.

The New Day interrupted and said while they usually crack jokes and plug their products, tonight was about how night in and night out they consistently had the match of the night and Hell in a Cell would be no different. Also, AJ Styles makes for a great US Champ.

Natalya took advantage of a distraction caused by her team-mate Carmella, who hit Becky Lynch in the back with her Money in the Bank briefcase, to put Flair in the sharpshooter just five days before they meet at Hell in a Cell.

The Tag Team Title contest has match-of-the-year potential, but will likely go on first to create necessary separation with the main event.

Tye Dillinger def. Baron Corbin via pinfall: Corbin beat up on Dillinger for most of the match, but Dillinger got one over on the big man with a quick roll-up 1-2-3.

There's a ton of breaking news within the last 24 hours. When the Prizefighter didn't show up, the SmackDown Live Commissioner once again called him a coward.

Owens all but wrote Shane's death sentence in claret halfway through an absorbing go-home segment between the two that stirred even the dullest of nerves for those supporters that still can't get around the inexplicable babyface responses McMahon receives despite his countless privileges. This very personal rivalry reached its boiling point this week when Owens powerbombed Shane through a merchandise table.

Owens stopped McMahon in the crowd before he could reach the squared circle, threw him back over the railing and waited for him to reenter the ring. That's pretty much it.

The reason why WWE wants Mahal as their champion is because of their upcoming tour in India, which is anticipated to take place in December.



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