The Shield Officially Reformed and Will Face The Miz, Sheamus and Cesaro, and BRAUN Strowman in a TLC Match at the TLC PPV
-The show started with Miz handing out a bunch of Mizzies then being interrupted by Roman Reigns. Reigns was later joined by Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins. They attacked Miz and SheSaro. Later in the night, the Shield attacked BRAUN on stage and powerbombed him through the announce table. Kurt Angle already made the 3-on-3 match, but Miz found Angle and told him the Shield said they would take on anyone, so he got Kurt to add Strowman to the match.
Ladies and gentlemen, we just went to Hell and back! Hell in a Cell has come and gone and if you missed it, make sure you check out the replay. Both Hell in a Cell matches were excellent in their own ways and there even were a few titles changing hands tonight. Not to mention there was a match transformed into a triple threat and a potential heel turn as well. If you’re curious what I’m talking about then keep reading.
This Sunday, the WWE superstars on the Smackdown Live brand present their latest pay per view Hell in a Cell. The card has seven confirmed matches and one preshow match, two of the matches on the card will take place inside the demonic structure known as Hell in a Cell. Who is walking away from Hell in a Cell victorious? Keep reading to see my predictions and see if we agree or disagree on the upcoming matches at Hell in a Cell.
Dolph Ziggler is trying so hard to make something work that just isn’t working. I know he’s at the point in his career where something needs to click or he’s better off perusing another line of work but this isn’t it. It’s a horrible situation because Ziggler truly is one of the best in-ring performers of this generation. That said, this is former NXT Champion Bobby Roode’s first feud on the main roster. Look for him to come away with a clean win after a stellar match.
Justin C and Cam are here to preview WWE Hell In A Cell. What will happen in the Shane McMahon/Kevin Owens Hell In A Cell match? Will Jinder Mahal really retain the WWE Title again and defeat Shinsuke Nakamura? Justin and Cam also talk about the Shield reunion and whether it is good for the WWE in the short and long term. They dive into the latest with the Bray Wyatt and character and start the show with a breaking NXT spoiler!
Give it a listen and follow us on Twitter @HTCWrestling!
We’re five days away from Hell in a Cell and tensions are at an all time high on Smackdown Live. Some superstars were left standing while others were left down for the count. If you want to know who has the momentum going into this Sunday’s pay per view, then check out my recent review of Smackdown Live.
It’s been a tough day so I don’t have any fun intro to give. To anyone who might come across this and was affected by what happened in Las Vegas today I’m sorry. I lived there for 7 years of my life and have strong ties with friends there still. I cannot understand things like this, and wonder when the madness will stop and we’ll wake up and realize we have to make a change to some things.
On a different note – as of right now Tom Petty is alive and fighting for his life. I prematurely believed credible news sources and was heartbroken at the idea of him being gone as I am a huge fan. I hope against hope that he pulls through though the situation seems dire. I hope everyone just keeps on keeping on.
Once upon a time, Survivor Series used to be considered one of the big four pay per views every year along with Wrestlemania, Summerslam, and Royal Rumble. However, the past few years I don’t feel Survivor Series is on the same level as the other big three pay per views.
What if I told you there was a way to make the Survivor Series so important that it would affect not only the next few months in WWE, but the payoff was at the Royal Rumble?