HUGE WWE Hell In A Cell 2017 Predictions You Need To Know

WWE 2017 Rumors: Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon to Face Each Other's Wrath; Jinder Mahal to Remain Champion Longer Than Expected?

With Charlotte being forced to take time off recently to be with her ill father, Ric Flair, a Title win would be a hugely heartwarming moment and the heat generated by a subsequent Carmella cash-in would be monumental.

- WWE released the latest episode of Zack Ryder's WWE Unboxed, which features the former WWE Intercontinental Champion receiving a shipment of Hasbro Marvel Legends action figures. Kevin Owens' feud with the McMahon family has been the clear highlight of Smackdown Live over the past few weeks and Hell In A Cell shouldn't be the final chapter in that story. This match might not mean anything other than getting the fans energized for the show.

Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon are about to do battle inside Hell In A Cell.

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. When the Prizefighter didn't show up, the SmackDown Live Commissioner once again called him a coward.

There's a ton of breaking news within the last 24 hours. The following week, Vince McMahon made a guest appearance which ended with Owens assaulting the 72-year old Chairman in the middle of the ring. Owens attacked Shane and in the concession area and put him through a table. Question now is how will Shane McMahon react? He is facing a man is one of only four WWE Universal Champions (the others being Finn Balor, Goldberg, and Brock Lesnar) who has held numerous other titles and has had arguably the best WWE career possible so far.

At SummerSlam, Jinder Mahal continued to surprise the WWE Universe by successfully retaining the WWE Championship against Shinsuke Nakamura, thanks to the help of the Singh Brothers. Nakamura quickly got the upper hand on Mahal, but the Singhs jumped on him and allowed Mahal the opportunity to hit The Khallas.

When McMahon eventually staggered back to the ring, Owens was waiting and hit him with another pop-up powerbomb. That's pretty much it.

What's even sadder than the build is the probable result.

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. If it has to happen, Nakamura will hopefully move on to a program with AJ Styles.



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