Here's a Look at WWE Hell in a Cell Results

Here's a Look at WWE Hell in a Cell Results

- WWE posted the following update on Shane Mcmahon's health after last night's Hell in a Cell PPV.

A further title change took place when Baron Corbin beat Tye Dillinger and AJ Styles to become US Champion, while Charlotte Flair failed to win the SmackDown Women's championship after a DQ finish against Natalya.

Tag Team Match of Kick off the Hell in a cell 2017 event and the Falls Count Anywhere match alike happens at 2016's Hell in a cell event will be happening amidst. The build for this one centered around Mahal being a big piece of shit, and not in a good way, if that makes sense.

The main event could feature the match involving Shane McMahon and Kevin Owens. With the fans screaming "This is awesome" chants throughout the match was a reminder what Shane McMahon and Kevin Owens are putting in there heated up the feud.

Shane McMahon, we appreciate your bravery but you need to stop doing this.

It was another unspectacular title defense by Jinder.

The publication also predicted a win for Mahal given that he always has The Singh Brothers to back him up in their underhanded tactics against Nakamura. After Undertaker won the match, he choke-slammed Edge through the ring from off a ladder, and flames burned out from the hole in the mat, "suggesting that Edge was thrown straight into Hell".

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With an injured knee, Charlotte manages to hit a moonsault on Natalya outside of the ring. The US Title and WWE Championship are getting a lot of attention, but Charlotte is nearly guaranteed to walk out of Detroit with the SmackDown Women's Championship on her shoulder because WWE officials have major plans for her after WWE Hell in a Cell.

Charlotte Flair vs. Natalya was decent especially the athleticism of Charlotte. Among them will be a tag team title bout as well as a possible epic clash featuring "SmackDown" Commissioner #Shane Mcmahon against superstar Kevin Owens. With the teams trading the titles, once again, the feud might not be over after all.

-While Owens/Shane had the biggest bumps, the best match of the night was the tag match in the Hell in a Cell that opened the show. I don't mind who wins this match, but I think it may be Corbin's time, so that Dillinger could have a bigger role. Of course, Carmella is still lurking about with the Money in the Bank briefcase.

I have a hard time believing Bobby Roode will be able to get over on the main roster as a babyface, but if anyone can help him get there, it's Ziggler. The Bulgarian brute is again a national laughingstock after again losing to Randy Orton via an RKO.

At SummerSlam, Rusev lost to Randy Orton in ten seconds and it embarrassed the Bulgarian Brute.

Likewise, it serves as part of a slow-burning push for physically-impressive rising star Shelton Benjamin and well-liked face Chad Gable - now seeking a new gimmick following the departure of his American Alpha tag partner Jason Jordan to the RAW brand as part of a kayfabe storyline positioning him as the long-lost illegitimate son of General Manager Kurt Angle. That allowed Gable and Benjamin to do their double-team Doomsday Device variation on Ryder and they pinned him while Mojo looked distraught.

WWE Hell in a Cell 2017 is in the books and it featured two epic cell matches. When the Hardy Boyz were flying high, Kurt Angle was one of the main attractions and Shane McMahon was doing batshit insane things.