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WWE Champion Jinder Mahal vs. Shinsuke Nakamura


After the disappointment of SummerSlam, Shinsuke Nakamura will get another opportunity at Jinder Mahal's WWE Championship at WWE Hell in a Cell on Sunday, Oct. 8.

The Artist was on the verge of capturing the title at The Biggest Event of The Summer, but Mahal's associates, The Singh Brothers, distracted Nakamura, allowing The Modern Day Maharaja to steal the victory with the Khallas and leave Brooklyn with his title.

Nakamura made it clear he was not finished with his pursuit of Mahal and the WWE Championship in the weeks after SummerSlam, but another of the titleholder's rivals, Randy Orton, stood between him and a rematch for SmackDown LIVE's biggest prize. After Orton and WWE's Rockstar paired up to claim a tag team victory the week before their singles showdown, The Viper flattened Nakamura, letting The King of Strong Style know that the path to another WWE Championship Match would not be an easy one.

The two clashed in a first-time-ever showdown on the Sept. 5 edition of SmackDown LIVE. Despite Orton pulling out all the stops, Nakamura fought back and clobbered The Apex Predator with a thunderous Kinshasa to earn the championship opportunity.

Now that he knows what to expect, will Nakamura be ready to fend off The Singh Brothers, best Mahal and capture the WWE Championship?

 

 

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SmackDown Tag Team Champions The New Day vs. The Usos (Hell in a Cell Match)


The Usos immediately invoked their rematch clause after losing the SmackDown Tag Team Titles to The New Day. However, the champions have upped the ante in the ultimate fashion, demanding that the latest chapter in their epic rivalry be written inside the confines of Hell in a Cell.

The bitter rivalry between the longest-reigning Tag Team Champions in WWE history and the battling brothers from Samoa has been wildly unpredictable, and the volatility between the squads has seemingly grown by the week. Amidst a mixture rap battles and other outrageous attempts by both combinations to establish themselves at Team Blue's top team, The New Day seized the SmackDown Tag Team Titles from The Usos at WWE Battleground. Big E and Xavier Woods were then unseated by the Samoan warriors at SummerSlam Kickoff. This led to a brutal showdown on the Sept. 12 Sin City Street Fight in Las Vegas, which once again returned the illustrious titles to the larger-than-life trio.

However, the rivalry between the two teams was over. After The Usos invoked their rematch clause and got in the faces of the champions, The New Day recalled their challengers' talk of the Uso Penitentiary and said they wanted to take that to the next level, issuing the challenge to lock themselves inside the harrowing structure that endangers careers.

Who will triumph in the latest chapter of this intense volley for tag team supremacy, when these two teams clash inside Hell in a Cell?

 

 

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United States Champion AJ Styles vs. Baron Corbin


AJ Styles has said that Baron Corbin is a Superstar who takes shortcuts and squanders opportunities. Well, The Lone Wolf was pretty straightforward with The Phenomenal One about what he wants next: a match at WWE Hell in a Cell for the United States Title.

Corbin is coming off a cruel summer by any measure, but the former Mr. Money in the Bank didn't let a failed bid for the WWE Championship stop him from going after one of SmackDown LIVE's most popular Superstars. For weeks, The Lone Wolf meddled in AJ's affairs, interfering in The Phenomenal One's planned United States Open Challenge title defense against Tye Dillinger on the Aug. 29 edition of the blue brand before the opening bell could ring. Weeks later, Corbin savagely attacked AJ and Dillinger after Styles successfully defended the star-spangled title in a bout against The Perfect 10. However, before the score could be settled in a one-on-one title showdown between Styles and Corbin on Sept. 18, Dillinger emerged for some payback of his own, brawling with The Lone Wolf and preventing the match from ever getting started.

Styles has remained champion through all of this, but his comments about The Lone Wolf's work ethic and efficiency finally drove the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal winner off the edge following a bout with Dillinger one week later. Corbin attacked Styles mid-match and, after disposing of The Perfect 10, stated in no uncertain terms that Styles could not defend the title against him one-on-one, leading to the challenge at WWE Hell in a Cell.

In other words, no shortcuts were taken, and Corbin now has his match. What he does with the opportunity is up to him.

 

 

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SmackDown Women's Champion Natalya vs. Charlotte Flair


It will be a battle pitting The Queen against The Queen of Harts, the Figure-Eight Leglock against the Sharpshooter, the unstoppable against the truly insurmountable. At WWE Hell in a Cell on Sunday, Oct. 8, Charlette Flair will attempt to unseat SmackDown Women's Champion Natalya in the latest chapter of their storied rivalry.

Charlotte earned the opportunity to face the third-generation titleholder by winning a Fatal 4-Way against fellow former Women's Champions Becky Lynch and Naomi as well as the intimidating Tamina on the Sept. 19 edition of SmackDown LIVE, setting the stage for a highly-anticipated struggle between two Superstars who have championships embedded in their DNA.

SmackDown Women's Champion Natalya is, of course, a graduate of the infamous Hart Family Dungeon. Moreover, she has proven to be a ruthless competitor, and there is no doubt she will do anything it takes to stay on top of the SmackDown LIVE mountain after her moment of triumph at SummerSlam, where she captured her first title in seven years.

As the daughter of two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair, Charlotte has taken the WWE by storm from the moment she set foot in the squared circle, using her incredible athleticism to become the first-ever Raw Women's Champion and making history by competing in and winning the first-ever Hell in a Cell Match between two female Superstars.

 

 

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Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens (Hell in a Cell Falls Count Anywhere Match)


Shane McMahon and Kevin Owens' rivalry has grown extremely personal. And when rivalries get personal, they go to the match specifically designed for such a high level of animosity: Hell in a Cell.

Shane-O-Mac's return to the same steel prison he dove off of at WrestleMania 32 against The Undertaker comes as a direct order from his father, WWE Chairman Mr. McMahon, who originally suspended Shane indefinitely as SmackDown LIVE Commissioner for attacking the outspoken Owens after months of tension. But Owens, who had been threatening to sue Shane (and everybody else he could think of) for laying hands on him, may have inadvertently sealed his own fate when he agreed to The Chairman's compromise. Mr. McMahon will reinstate Shane as an in-ring competitor and let the two settle their differences in a match. That battle, however, would take place inside the unforgiving Hell in a Cell.

Mr. McMahon then offered his hand to Owens to seal the deal between them, and Owens accepted. But KO then crossed, the line, brutally battering Mr. McMahon in a vicious assault that left the WWE Universe in shock. It looked like this battle was personal to begin with, but Owens brought it to a completely unthought of level after his vicious attack of the WWE Chairman and Shane McMahon's father.

And as the animosity grew to a fever pitch in the highly personal rivalry, Shane would eventually add the additional stipulation that their match will be a Falls Count Anywhere.

 

 

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Bobby Roode vs. Dolph Ziggler


WWE Hell in a Cell may indeed prove to be a glorious pay-per-view, but not if Dolph Ziggler has anything to say about it. The disgruntled Superstar is set to battle flashy up-and-comer Bobby Roode on this Sunday, in what is sure to be a turbulent matchup from start to finish.

For weeks now, Ziggler has been inciting a conflict with a very formidable adversary, the WWE Universe, feeling that the fans have continuously chosen frivolous, elaborate entrances over in-ring abilities as the ultimate measure of what makes a successful Superstar. As a result, The Showoff has dressed up as past and present Superstars and relentlessly mocked the colorful ways they journey to the ring and the personas they employ once they get there.

Perhaps it was destiny then that Roode, a rising Superstar with a larger-than-life entrance, emerged on the Sept. 26 edition of SmackDown LIVE to call Ziggler a hypocrite for condemning the WWE Universe while seeking their approval at the same time. Roode then challenged Ziggler to a match, and we are off to the races.

The imminent clash between Ziggler and Roode has the potential to steal the show. Not only are they tremendous competitors, but both share a strong desire for respect.

 

 

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Randy Orton vs. Rusev


According to Rusev, he doesn't know what the word "elated" means. Here's a word the former United States Champion will understand: Rematch.

The Bulgarian Brute is set for a third go-round against Randy Orton at WWE Hell in a Cell after a pair of lopsided contests left the two Superstars tied at one win apiece. Orton defeated his nemesis so quickly in their first match, at SummerSlam, that Rusev's own countrymen in Bulgaria treated him as a disgrace when he returned home. The Super Athlete countered by attacking Orton after he'd already competed in a long match against Aiden English, notching a swift victory of his own against the exhausted Superstar after The Drama King interfered.

The win was enough to earn Rusev the key to his home city and a celebration in his name, but The Viper rained all over the Rusev Day parade, attacking The Bulgarian Brute with an RKO and offering The Super Athlete a chance to face him one-on-one at WWE Hell in a Cell. Rusev is out to reclaim his pride, but what Orton has in store for him may well be a challenge beyond his comprehension.

 

 

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Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin vs. The Hype Bros (Kickoff Match)


Zack Ryder & Mojo Rawley have been mired in a slump recently, but they'll have to get on the same page, and fast, because Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin are lying in wait at WWE Hell in a Cell Kickoff.

While The Hype Bros have been on a cold streak ever since SummerSlam, Gable took the proverbial lemons (Jason Jordan going to Raw and the subsequent split-up of American Alpha) and made them into lemonade when SmackDown LIVE General Manager Daniel Bryan signed Shelton Benjamin to be Gable's new tag team partner. The two amateur standouts gelled instantly, while Ryder & Rawley suffered miscue after miscue on consecutive episodes of the blue brand.

The tension between the two Hype Bros seemed to reach something of a boiling point in the backstage area last week right as Gable & Benjamin were conducting an interview, leading to a brief jaw-jack between the teams. Due to the heated confrontation, SmackDown LIVE management sanctioned a bout between them at WWE Hell in a Cell Kickoff. Now, a win for Gable & Benjamin wouldn't just potentially move them within orbit of the SmackDown Tag Team Championship — it might be enough to derail the hype train for good.

 

Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens (Hell in a Cell Falls Count Anywhere Match)
WWE Champion Jinder Mahal vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
SmackDown Women’s Champion Natalya vs. Charlotte Flair
SmackDown Tag Team Champions The New Day vs. The Usos (Hell in a Cell Match)
United States Champion AJ Styles vs. Baron Corbin
Bobby Roode vs. Dolph Ziggler
Randy Orton vs. Rusev
Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin vs. The Hype Bros (Kickoff Match)

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Não me puxa nada este cartaz. 

Kevin Owens 
Shinsuke Nakamura

Natalya
SmackDown Tag Team Champions The New Day
United States Champion AJ Styles
Bobby Roode
Rusev
Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin

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Não aceito nada menos que o Shinsuke a campeão. Até perdoo o Vince se der a vitória ao Shane, mas o Nakamura tem que sair campeão.

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WHY SAMI WHY??? :'( WE TRUSTED YOU

Espero que não seja heel turn confirmado, mas apenas um "não queria que ninguém saisse magoado, bla bla bla", but still, Sami vai ter mais tempo de antena! yey!

Fuck you Vince, fica lá com o Jinder e aproveita e faz um novo belt, esse tem cada vez menos credibilidade.

Usos e New Day :god: muito obrigado pela feud do ano, e espero que ainda não tenha acabado

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camisola branca (igual a do pai)

sim o tag team match para mim é five star match. Alias ambos são brutais, o tag team mostra em como a cela pode ser brutal lá dentro, o main event entre o KO e o Shane mostra também o perigo da cela lá fora. :) e ambos os combates sem derrubar uma pinga de sangue :) 

mas vê e depois dá opinião.

A maior conclusão é que se da Smackdown, o que tem menos interesse neste momento é mesmo o WWE championship

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