"Black is east! Up is white!"
I'm anticipating this one to be a dark horse for match of the night.
Therefore it was deduced unless John Cena can come back in time, AJ Styles looks like he's next in line for a shot a The Modern Day Maharaja.
But oddly enough, it's not the stunt itself that people are still talking about.
The action spilled to out of the ring, as Owens reversed a triangle submission hold and powerbombed McMahon onto the steel steps. It's honestly weird to see her not be champion, in fact. And to surprise one and all, Sami Zayn assisted Owens to turn things in his favour.
Either insane Canadian Kevin Owens is a diabolical genius or he has truly lost the plot.
McMahon and Owens have had several confrontations over the past year, and there has always been bad blood between them. They didn't waste time using them, but neither team took control throughout the match. I know I'll be watching. Hopefully, when they got backstage, they let out a huge "follow that!"
There were so many sequences to get excited about. The Usos survived, placing a chair on Xavier Woods' chest and hitting a Double Uce for the win. You would think that they'd try to make that special, and with Ric Flair being such an important part of Starrcade, why not have his daughter win it there? Here's our full recap of all seven Hell In A Cell 2017 matches.
Results: As Orton pounded the mat to prepare for the RKO, Rusev sprung into action and nearly got him in the Accolade. Bobby Roode vs. Dolph Ziggler felt like it accomplished nothing. The two teams have a great chemistry and have often had the best match on the card. It seemed he had to get involved somehow during the match. Jinder Mahal is still the champ. Please, end this soon. The Winners of this WWE Smack Down event will nominates to the next brand event Survivor Series 2017 (which is both Raw and Smack Down Event). The other was the SmackDown Tag Team Championship match between The New Day and the Usos, which many expected to be not only the match that stole the show, but a potential "Match of the Year" candidate.
Mahal, whom WWE likely will keep champion through its tour of India in early December, eventually won with the Colloss for another controversial title win, much to the dismay of the crowd.
This there was Baron Corbin beating AJ Style and Tye Dillinger to become the new United States Champion. In the end Styles hit Dillinger with the Phenomenal Forearm, then Corbin pushed Styles out of the ring and pinned Dillinger to win the title. After a win on the pre-show, it looks likes Gable and Benjamin will be the new #1 contenders to The Usos.
WWE Hell In A Cell is in the books, and if you only showed up for two matches, it's safe to say you were not disappointed. After that, expect Dillinger to chase Corbin for a bit. Ziggler, on the other hand, has to be feeling the stagnation of his career trajectory and will have to prove his worth as the self-proclaimed best in-ring performer in the WWE.
Well that wraps it up for Hell in a Cell. The pre-show can be seen on WWE's YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, website, and WWE Network among other sources, free of charge.