WWE Hell in a Cell 2017
Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens now guarantees hellish pain
WWE Hell in the cell | As the son of WWE boss Vince McMahon, the route from Shane McMahon to the top was not so far. At the same time, he would rather fall from cages through tables. On Sunday, WWE Hell In A Cell once again has the chance of a big mess.
When Shane McMahon finished in a “Hell in a Cell” match, his opponent was the legendary Undertaker . Even though Shane McMahon lost the Wrestlemania 32 (April 2016) against the Sensenmann of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), he delivered the most spectacular event of the evening. He crashed with his familiar elbow drop from the six-meter-high cage edge onto the Deadman, but banged through a table of commentators.
WWE Hell In A Cell 2017:
Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens
What Shane McMahon lacks in wrestling technology, he has always made up for daredevil jumps and falls. And because the 47-year-old is still the son of WWE boss Vince McMahon (and who obviously considers his son a big attraction), he can again compete in a “Hell in a Cell” match this Sunday.
His opponent is Kevin Owens, compared to Shane McMahon a “real” wrestler, but without stinky father who owns a wrestling league. Owens (33) has been in the ring since the age of 16 and has learned the craft from the pike and has appeared all over the world. One thing seems certain: without this spectacular fall (and hellish pain), this time it is not going to happen – whether Owens can defeat the son of the boss can be questioned.
WWE Hell In A Cell 2017: Wrestling in the live stream (WWE Network) and watching TV
You can see the Wrestling Big Event “Hell In A Cell” 2017 in the night of Sunday (08.10.) On Monday online in the live stream. It starts at 1 am at night with the kick-off show. Use the WWE Network (first month for new customers free of charge, then 9.99 USD per month). Here you can also see the repetition at any time after the broadcast. You can also order “Hell In A Cell” with pay-per-view Sky as pay-per-view.
WWE Hell In A Cell 2017: WWE Champion Jinder Mahal vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
The match for the WWE Championship Jinder Mahal – Shinsuke Nakamura is also eagerly awaited. This is about more than the question of who is allowed to wear the highest WWE gold. It is the question, on which market the wrestling flagship will soon set. The Indian-born Jinder Mahal is said to be only a champion because WWE wants to expand its position in the growth market of India.
Shinsuke Nakamura, on the other hand, is one of the most popular wrestlers in Asia. Important: WWE is about to go on tour in India and could make Mahal (if he should lose on Sunday) again. A marketing champion just.
Hell In A Cell 2017: All the battles of the WWE-Großveranstaltung at a glance
In addition to the two main bouts Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens and Jinder Mahal. Shinsuke Nakamura are still waiting for more fights on the WWE universe. The New Day will put their tag team titles in a “Hell in a Cell” match against The Usos. Natalye defends her Womens title against Charlotte Flair, US champ AJ Styles has to go against Baron Corbin, Bobby Rood meets Dolph Ziggler and Randy Orton gets it to Rusev. In the kick-off show Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin vs. The Hype Bros: Zack Ryder & Mojo Rawley.