Grading Hype Level for Each WWE Hell in a Cell 2017 Fight


The first SmackDown-exclusive pay-per-view since July takes place on Sunday night as the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan hosts Hell in a Cell.

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Although Jinder Mahal will be defending his WWE Championship against Shinsuke Nakamura, it is telling that the actual main event of WWE Hell in a Cell 2017 is the match between Shane McMahon and Kevin Owens. By attacking others, taking shortcuts, and commanding audiences with a wide range of savage insults, Owens consistently cements himself as a man who is equally respected and reviled. New Day will defend their titles against The Usos. Owens wasn't happy with McMahon's decisions and it cost him to lose the WWE United States Championship. After a series of excellent matches, Sunday's cell match could be the best match on the card.

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That includes a pre-show #Tag Team Match featuring the team of Chad Gable and Shelton Benjamin as they take on The Hype Bros.

At one point, it looked like Dillinger would make his way into the match at Hell in a Cell, turning the planned one-on-one bout into a Triple Threat match. A few feud matches are also mixed in including Bobby Roode against Dolph Ziggler and Randy Orton vs. Rusev in regular singles matches. Another match will have Natalya defending the "SmackDown" Women's title against Charlotte Flair, while AJ Styles will also defend the US Championship against Baron Corbin.