New "Smackdown Live" Tag Team Champions Crowned at "Hell In A Cell"

Joann Johnston
October 9, 2017

Now they're getting their act together and breaking away from that holding pattern. In the end though, The Usos won the match and are the new Tag Team champions. Would we get some pleasant surprises from some areas of the under card?

Of course, we got some Monday Night RAW and Smackdown Live to get into as usual, but the Smackdown Live-exclusive PPV is definitely the highlight of this week's episode. Considering who's involved in this year's marquee battle, it'll probably be closer to the former. There's no way to go here but to have Gable and Benjamin win - or have Mojo Rawley turn heel along with Zack Ryder. Up he went, to the top of the cell, and Owens wasn't moving 20 feet below. That allowed the Usos to regain the tag titles. But Benjamin is better off on his own, feuding with someone the caliber of AJ Styles. McMahon assaulted him with several punches and threw him into the ringside barrier. He ran across the ring apron and went for a somersault splash, but Shane moved and Owens went through the table in an absolutely insane looking spot. Mahal is the recipient of the first "That's too far" chant that I'd ever heard.

Charlotte powerbombed Sasha off the cell divider through a report table to begin, putting her support in whatever is left of the match in question in the past eighth Chronological occasion. He gave him some kidney shots and then started smashing Owen's face into the cage, resulting in Owens falling through the announce table below. What makes this feud wonderful is the fact that Kevin Owens doesn't hold back from practically roasting Shane in his promos. Owens placed him on the table then acted like he was going to jump off the barricade. With a last-minute save by none other than Sami Zayn, Shane came crashing down. Although Shane fought hard, Owens still laid him out with a headbutt. For the second consecutive PPV, the "Modern Day Maharaja" got the better of Nakamura. It's getting REALLY tiresome, guys.

But the question still remains of what will be next for a defeated Shinsuke Nakamura from this point onward.

If this was the last time McMahon graces us with his sports entertainment in-ring expertise, he gave us a match that we'll never forget. It would create sympathy for her and additional heat for Carmella.

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After Ric Flair's health scare last month, Charlotte Flair returned to SmackDown Live with new sympathy from the WWE Universe. Charlotte came out on top. The match picked up near the end, but ended quite quickly once Orton hit the RKO. Meanwhile, Corbin is steadily rising through the ranks after his Money In The Bank aspirations failed. What was originally meant to be a one on one between Tye Dillinger and AJ Styles was modified to have Baron Corbin inserted into the bout.

In the constantly changing landscape of wrestling, there isn't much that you can count on. Basically whining about how he isn't very good with connecting to the crowd as a character these days.

MATTHEW ASHER: I want Roode's entrance to be longer than this match. Roode intends to shut Ziggler up and down at Hell in a Cell and claims their battle will be glorious. So, for the time being, we'll enjoy our Fashion Files and our New Day/Uso matches respectively.

McMahon took out a trash can as they worked their way back into the ring.

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