10 Things WWE Got Right At Hell In A Cell 2017

SmackDown Live looks a little more intriguing all of a sudden.

Kevin Owens Hell In A Cell

Another WWE pay-per-view is in the bag, and Hell in a Cell 2017 ended up being more good than bad. The event wasn’t the most anticipated, but there were some memorable moments and one of the best WWE matches of the year, making the Denver show a decent effort from the SmackDown Live crew.

The show will be remembered for another crazy Shane McMahon bump and what initially seems like a heel turn for Sami Zayn, who pulled Kevin Owens out of the way at the last second as Shane-O Mac was falling from the heavens. Fans have clamoured for Zayn and Owens to work together on screen for a while - it may well be about to happen.

Elsewhere, The Usos and The New Day put on what may have been the best tag team match in WWE in years, a sentence that has been written on a number of occasions recently. This has been arguably the best feud in the company in 2017.

There were plenty of things that WWE got wrong last night, but why get bogged down in the negatives? Sure, Jinder Mahal is still champion, but WWE Hell in a Cell was (slightly) more thumbs up than thumbs down.


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