Sami Zayn Changes Twitter Handle Following 'Hell in a Cell,' Meaning

Hell In A Cell

Hell In A Cell

20 years after Shawn Michaels and Undertaker fought in a cage, the tradition continues. I think this will be a great match, but I'm a little disappointed they didn't make it a Hell in a Cell match to raise a little interest. Now they're getting their act together and breaking away from that holding pattern. McMahon viciously attacked Owens so bad that "KO" threatened to sue to entire WWE and take over SmackDown Live. Yep, it's the big, annual PPV built around a big cage with a roof that may or may not be extreme.

I was honestly fine with either team winning, and the Usos are firing on all cylinders with the heel gimmick so I'm good with them getting the championships back.

The two men just gave us an incredibly formulaic affair that never got out of the first gear.

They risked their bodies - flying out of the ring on multiple occasions to slam each other into the cell.

Chad Gable and Shelton Benjamin def. Ryder was pinned, putting him one step closer toward a full heel turn.

Orton came out on top at Hell in a Cell in a match that at least went a mildly acceptable length, but WWE has some work to do to unpick the damage of making the Bulgarian Brute something of a laughing stock.

WTF Bigg Boss 11: Zubair Khan Files an FIR Against Salman Khan
While the police complaint has gone viral, Zubair has made another shocking revelation that Bigg Boss 11 is scripted. Well, the big theme of the season has only lasted on week as the four contestants have now entered the main house.

Also at Hell in a Cell, WWE Champion Jinder Mahal defended his title for a second time against Shinsuke Nakamura in a match that was made more fair by the removal of Mahal's henchmen The Singh Brothers by the referee.

Results: As Orton pounded the mat to prepare for the RKO, Rusev sprung into action and nearly got him in the Accolade. A costly mistake put Orton in control, and one RKO gave him the win.

The storyline surrounding the US Championship is yet another thing SmackDown has managed to handle well, especially when there's a third-wheel player in Tye Dillinger who has to sit on the sidelines.

MATTHEW ASHER: Styles doesn't technically need the win and the title, but if Corbin's still in the doghouse, especially since his last embarrassing loss on SDL, Styles needs to win this one simply to make up for the fact that Corbin is hot garbage at this point. But before the challenger could get the champ back into the ring for a pinfall, Natalya grabbed a steel chair and got herself disqualified. She showed up again this opportunity to beat Natalya the Current WWE SmackDown Women. But only time will tell who steps up next to face Mahal. Roode got the win, as we all predicted, and then Ziggler hit the zig-zag after the match. Nakamura tried his best to carry the match, but him and Mahal have no chemistry.

Nakamura should have got the win and the title when he landed a Kinshasa on Mahal's head. Roode turned this around by rolling up Ziggler while holding the tights. Ziggler stormed off angry as Roode's music played triumphantly. Shane eventually climbed to the top and the two brawled. After a lengthy tease that ended with a modest 16-foot fall through a table by Kevin Owens, McMahon just couldn't help himself. Instead, it was Kevin Owens vs. Shane McMahon, as they battled inside Hell in a Cell. Zayn then drags Owens onto McMahon to end the match and let the EMTs attend to the Commissioner of SmackDown Live.

Gavin Jasper is continuously disappointed by the lack of Luke Harper doing anything.

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