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    WWE Hell in a Cell

    Updated Card for the October 8 PPV.

    Hell in a Cell Match Kevin Owens vs Shane McMahon
    Hell in a Cell Match Smackdown Live Tag Team Championship The New Day (c) vs The Usos
    WWE Championship Jinder Mahal (c) vs Shinsuke Nakamura
    United States Championship AJ Styles (c) vs Baron Corbin
    Smackdown Live Women's Championship Natalya (c) vs Charlotte Flair
    Randy Orton vs Rusev
    Dolph Ziggler vs Bobby Roode
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    terrible card in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweet16 View Post
    terrible card in my opinion.
    Really looking forward to Usos/New Day.

    Other than that, meh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    Really looking forward to Usos/New Day.

    Other than that, meh.
    I agree

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    Turned smackdown off last night, Im tired of Kevin vs Sami.

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    Owens/Shane could be pretty good as well. Both of those guys are willing to do things most guys aren't, so it could be a huge spot fest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    Owens/Shane could be pretty good as well. Both of those guys are willing to do things most guys aren't, so it could be a huge spot fest.
    BLAH - Shane jumps off the cell again. Seen it, lived it. Done with it.

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    I will say I'm looking forward to when Randy Orton turns heel. I know he's tired of being a babyface/good guy

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    Shelton Benjamin & Chad Gable vs. The Hype Bros has been added to the card as a pre-show match.

    Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens is a Falls-Count-Anywhere match as well.

    Still not overly excited about this one, though.

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    Glad I get to miss this one.

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    Apparently this will be where they Hype Bros break up.


    Kevin Owens is also being advertised for several Raw shows after this PPV.

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    Thought it was a really solid PPV. As expected, New Day/Usos was great. Those guys could have matches forever and I'd watch.

    Owens/McMahon was also really, really good. Both guys put their bodies on the line and it was super exciting to watch. I thought the Sami Zayn twist at the end was a really good touch as well.

    The U.S. Title match was excellent too. All three guys were good and I was pleasantly surprised to see Corbin walk away with the title.

    I absolutely hated the outcome of the Jinder/Nakamura match, but the match itself was decent. At the end of the day, though, I think Champion Jinder hurts Smackdown overall. Attendance at Smackdown events has been borderline embarrassing in the last several weeks.

    Roode & Ziggler was better than I expected and I loved how the match ended.

    The two dud matches were Rusev/Orton, which I expected. I was disappointed in Charlotte/Natalya, though. I thought that would be much better and it was just blah for me.

    But overall, a pretty good show. I give it a solid B.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    Thought it was a really solid PPV. As expected, New Day/Usos was great. Those guys could have matches forever and I'd watch.

    Owens/McMahon was also really, really good. Both guys put their bodies on the line and it was super exciting to watch. I thought the Sami Zayn twist at the end was a really good touch as well.

    The U.S. Title match was excellent too. All three guys were good and I was pleasantly surprised to see Corbin walk away with the title.

    I absolutely hated the outcome of the Jinder/Nakamura match, but the match itself was decent. At the end of the day, though, I think Champion Jinder hurts Smackdown overall. Attendance at Smackdown events has been borderline embarrassing in the last several weeks.

    Roode & Ziggler was better than I expected and I loved how the match ended.

    The two dud matches were Rusev/Orton, which I expected. I was disappointed in Charlotte/Natalya, though. I thought that would be much better and it was just blah for me.

    But overall, a pretty good show. I give it a solid B.
    I agree with everything but the bold.

    Nakamura has been pushed way too hard too soon, he is not deserving of the title. While I agree Jinder is far from ideal, I think he has had a solid run. With that said, I agree it is time to pass the title along, just not to Nakamura.

    I loved the ending where the Viper quickly struck with an RKO to end it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theguru View Post
    I agree with everything but the bold.

    Nakamura has been pushed way too hard too soon, he is not deserving of the title. While I agree Jinder is far from ideal, I think he has had a solid run. With that said, I agree it is time to pass the title along, just not to Nakamura.

    I loved the ending where the Viper quickly struck with an RKO to end it.
    I think Jinder has been pushed way too hard too soon. Went from being a jobber to #1 contender in a week's time & then he's all of a sudden the champ.

    The RKO is Orton's biggest appeal, but he doesn't impress me in the ring, even though he's a guy I really want to like. I also think he's much better as a heel.

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    Mcmahon is really hurt, that was insane how far he jumped off the cage. He has broken ribs, punctured lung and neck problems.

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