Number 1 contenders for the tag team titles decided on Smackdown

Lawrence Kim
October 12, 2017

Shane McMahon, the son of WWE owner Vince McMahon, was fighting Kevin Owens in the main event of the Sunday's Pay-Per-View when he took the dive.

His Thoughts on Sunday's WWE Hell in a Cell PPV: "I believe that it was the best big show that we've put on this year", Styles said.

Styles then teased that he wants to go after the WWE Championship as well, and he also teased would be willing to back up Shane McMahon against Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens. Zayn should have some explanation for this on SmackDown Live tonight, but this kept the WWE Universe talking for the whole night.

- We go to the ring and out come new SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos as Greg Hamilton does the introduction.

48 hours since arguably stealing the show at Hell in a Cell, new Smackdown Live Tag Team Champions the Usos came face to face with the new Day to open the show. Going into the show, it seemed like it was doomed to fail with nearly half of the card being filler matches. The Hype Bros by Chad Gable pinning Zack Ryder following the double team powerbomb/neckbreaker. Owens was yanked off the table by Sami Zayn, leading to McMahon to land on nothing but the table on his way down.

After weeks of Jinder Mahal's controversial comments about Shinsuke Nakamura and his appearance, "The Artist" would get the opportunity to shut the mouth of "The Modern Day Maharaja" at WWE Hell in a Cell as, in a rematch from SummerSlam, Jinder Mahal would defend the WWE Championship against Shinsuke Nakamura. The King of Strong Style seemed to be the next in line to win the WWE Title from Jinder Mahal. The music hits and out comes Big E, Xavier Woods and Kofi Kingston.

After weeks of tension and feuding, Baron Corbin finally triumphed over AJ Styles and Tye Dillinger to secure the United States Championship at Hell In A Cell.

Shinsuke Nakamura may have failed to grab the gold at Hell In A Cell, but he still had plenty of fight left in him as he teamed with Randy Orton to take down Rusev and Aiden English.

Hell in a Cell Match: Falls Count Anywhere: Kevin Owens def. Shane McMahon by pin after Shane McMahon misses the elbow drop off of the Hell in a Cell.

Bobby Roode def. Dolph Ziggler by roll-up with the tights.

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