WWE Smackdown: Kevin Owens beats down Shane McMahon

Anita Tucker
October 5, 2017

Shane McMahon closed this week's go-home edition of SmackDown by coming out to the ring and announcing his Hell In A Cell match with Kevin Owens would be falls count anywhere. This will be an exclusive SmackDown Live brand event.

The two square off inside Hell in a Cell, live on Sky Sports Box Office, in the early hours of Monday morning in what is now a falls count anywhere match. Owens then appears in the stands and McMahon chases him into the lobby area of the arena.

WWE Champion Jinder Mahal got in one more sneak attack on the challenger to his title, Shinsuke Nakamura, ahead of their match.

WWE wants Mahal to remain champion until WrestleMania 34, and the only thing that might change their plans is if the Indo-Canadian professional wrestler loses his title on the upcoming "Hell in a Cell" event this Sunday. The A.J. Styles promo that followed was preachy and none of this left me looking forward to their match more than I was going into the show.

Nakamura was speaking with announcer Renee Young about how Mahal's controversial comments did not hurt him until he was interrupted by Mahal's henchmen, The Singh Brothers.

WWE will have its ninth "Hell in a Cell" this Sunday, Oct. 8, at the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan, Cageside Seats reports, and one of the matches that are anticipated is between Owens and McMahon. So I guess that spoils whether or not they will leave the cell during the match.

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New Day and The Usos: A strong promo from the Usos followed by a solid rebuttal from New Day. Also, instead of returning tonight, the Fashion Files will return at the Pay-Per-View. After the match, AJ Styles taunted Corbin on the TitanTron for "squandering another opportunity. because you have the ability of a thoroughbred but the attitude of a jackass".

Finally, Randy Orton made quick work of English just to reinforce the rivalry with Rusev, for whom he has a match with Sunday.

Owens said he would beat Shane senseless and throw him off of the Cell, then Shane slowly made his way to the ring and Owens warned him not to do it.

Owens and McMahon will attempt to settle their blood feud inside the Hell in a Cell structure on Sunday.

Owens suckers him in and the assault of the SmackDown Live Commissioner ends with a powerbomb through the merchandise table.

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