Therefore, if this is the final blow-off match for these two teams, the heels winning the titles would seem to be the smartest decision. While it was not as good as their preshow match at SummerSlam, it was excellent for numerous same reasons. It was also a decent length going for 22 minutes.
Another match of the night contender features Smackdown Tag Team champions The New Day taking on The Usos inside Hell in a Cell.
The Viper Randy Ortan was dominated by Rusev as the match came to a conclusion through a series of reversals. This match was kind of boring as Rusev was dominating the majority of it in slow fashion. MATTHEW BYER: Has Shane-O-Mac won a match since the 1990s? The downfall of Rusev continues.
AJ Styles was originally set to defend his United States Championship against Baron Corbin in a one on one match, but before the show started Tye Dillinger was added to the match to make it a triple threat. This match was quite decent as all three men worked really well with one another. After a win on the pre-show, it looks likes Gable and Benjamin will be the new #1 contenders to The Usos.
The United State title did change hands, and in a brilliant way - without A.J. Styles being pinned and with Baron Carbon continuing to take shortcuts.
[Tag Team Champs] The New Day vs. Despite the commendable effort, the ending was meh. Natalya used a chair to hit Flair right onto the skull of the contender to retain the title and give away the match win after being a disqualification. Meanwhile, Shinsuke Nakamura will step up to challenge WWE Champion Jinder Mahal. Jinder tried to leave, but Nakamura dragged him back in. The whole point of the match is you're supposed to be stuck in the cell. The man is likely going to still be WWE Champion until WrestleMania. This gave Mahal the opportunity to strike Nakamura with a brutal Khallas which led to his victory.
While Dolph probably deserves the win, I, nonetheless, wouldn't be surprised to see Roode go over, if only because he just returned to the main roster and probably needs a win more than Ziggler. Of course, two Hell in a Cells is still one too many, but they've earned it. Ziggler attempted to pull the tights for a cheap win, but Roode turned the tables and returned the favor to steal the win. Ziggler got angry after the match and hit the Zig-Zag.
The WWE Hell in a Cell 2017 has ended with some expected and shocking results. McMahon placed Owens on a second table, climbed the entire 20-foot-high structure and lept off the top.
From a purely athletic perspective, this match has the potential to be one of the best on the card, as both of these guys are great in-ring performers who "bring it" almost every night.
McMahon couldn't wait for the match to begin, as he jumped Owens before he stepped into the ring. There were lots of memorable moments.
Owens and the younger McMahon have been feuding for months, and Sunday's Hell in a Cell match was the culmination of that rivalry.