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    Posted: 16/September/2017 at 10:40
Have to say so far this event is interesting me far more than Raw's No Mercy.

So far the expected card is as follows:

Kevin Owens vs Shane McMahon - Hell in a Cell match

The New Day vs The Uso's - Hell in a Cell match

Shinsuke Nakamura vs Jinder Mahal

Bobby Roode vs Dolph Ziggler

AJ Styles vs Baron Corbin vs Tye Dillinger

Sami Zayn vs Aiden English

Good looking line up.
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They wouldn't have tried to sell a PPV back in the pre network days headlined by two guys billed as not from English speaking countries like Mahal and Nakamura are being allowed to.

Shane and KO will steal the show even without a title on the line and Shane needs a win because his big match aura for jobbing is making it less worthwhile seeing him continue to wrestle.

I expect Roode to be positioned highly on the card even though we've not seen him for a few weeks, for some strange reason.
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KO is the best thing in wrestling right now so im really looking forward to the match with shane - he has a history of taking insane bumps and i expect this to be no different

I hope the Uso's take the tag titles back because they are excellent in the ring and their recent SD promo was one of the best theyve delivered

I expect Corbin to take the US title - but then probably drop it on the SD after (his upgraded theme music is really good and they seem to be putting alot of effort into him)

Anything other than a Nakamura win is a waste of time - hes phenomenal in the ring but his promos are awful - using that logic he has 50% more of a skillset than the current champ
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Baz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09/October/2017 at 13:34
The two matches inside the cell were utterly brilliant, I really can't say more than that. 

The triple threat match was very, very good too, but the matches sandwiched inbetween were horrid.

Very up and down PPV.

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Pretty much a split card between watchable and unwatchable matches.

That's how it is with every PPV these days where it's worth the Network subscription, but if it was still the old prices you'd feel short changed.

Good to see HIAC more like we used to see. Definitely stepped away from the PG crap.
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The Usos stole the show for me if im being honest ...

i've been becoming more and more of a fan of them but they looked ruthless inside the cell (which everyone should be considering what the structure is supposed to represent)

Wasnt too hung up on the US title match if im being honest - I dont rate Corbin and he just drags match quality down with him - i think WWE hopes putting him in mtches with AJ would make him look better but that has failed miserably

Owens v Shane was unbelievable too - the traditional shane o mac spots with a nice twist at the end - Owens looked as mental as ever and it was a great match

The less said about Jinder retaining the better
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Very much a two match card -

The two Hell in a Cell matches were fantastic, the Uso's and New Day found the right blend of comedy and brutality inside the cell putting together a great match, I'm glad the Uso's won as the hot potato formula with the titles with these two teams is actually working and establishing both teams as all time greats and this feud will now possibly be spoken about in the same breath as Hardys vs Edge/Christian vs The Dudleys and so forth.

Owens vs Shane took me back to the brutality of Cell matches of the past, superb match Owens was on top heel form and Shane proved again that in a big match setting he's the business. The stuff on top of the cell was excellent work and the Zayn heel turn was genuinely surprising did not see that coming.

The rest of the card was naff, Corbin is a painfully average worker and dragged the quality of the triple threat down, AJ deserves better than this.
The Women's match didn't interest me, Orton vs Rusev was average and another wasted opportunity to reestablish Rusev as a top heel.
Roode vs Ziggler could have been something but was placed in the pre main-event cool down spot which did it no favours, this match would have been better served as a PPV opening match as these two could deliver a very good match.
Mahal vs Nakamura was mediocre, I quite like Jinder as a heel character but in the ring he just fails to deliver, Nakamura also continues to fail to dazzle on the main roster and these back to back losses to Mahal won't have helped him.
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http://news.radio.com/show/the-taz-show/video-3742930-100917-part-1-the-taz-show/

Taz gave it a eight and a half to nine rating out of ten Shocked Too many bumps to the head in his career.

Shane is 47 and doesn't have to risk his body how he does and the Sami swerve was good but the card as a whole wasn't.

It was without a doubt the show stealer.
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