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Kevin Owens remembers Shane McMahon's last Hell in a Cell match

Owens attacked Shane and in the concession area and put him through a table. As Owens was cutting his promo, Shane made his way down the stairs while he sold the pain from the powerbomb. McMahon called Owens to the ring, but Owens instead appeared with a microphone in the crowd, daring McMahon to come get him. Despite the fact that Shane McMahon's matches are routinely exciting, it tells you something that this is going to be featured and not the WWE or even United States titles. He threatened to grind Shane's face against the fence until his flesh peels off (yikes). After trading blows for a bit Kevin Owens hit McMahon with his pop-up powerbomb and left him in a heap. Owens warned Shane that he would be in for even worse treatment this Sunday, but that didn't stop the suspended SmackDown commissioner from staggering back to the ring like a auto crash victim that had just crawled out of the wreckage. Owens wouldn't lose a ton in defeat, but it would ruin his recent hot streak and keep him relegated to the middle of the card. Shane continuing to stand up and fight only to be beaten down again was solid. Shane is older and slower than he once was, while Owens is only 33, and arguably in the greatest shape of his career.

McMahon somehow fought back briefly with some punches, only to receive a superkick for his troubles. Owens has shown himself to be utterly ruthless when it comes to those who get in his way, and Shane has placed himself between Owens and his goals on multiple occasions at this point.

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Kevin Owens then made his way into the arena through the crowd, and he teased that he would be getting into the ring with Shane, but then he walked away.

While Shane has faced many a risky opponent over his years as an occasional competitor in the WWE ring, Owens is arguably one of the biggest threats that "The Money" has ever encountered.

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SmackDown closed with Owens making his way up the ramp looking back at the fallen McMahon as a whole crew of officials attempted to help him. Each match was quickly settled with each instance hyping a match Sunday.

The two square off inside Hell in a Cell, live on Sky Sports Box Office, in the early hours of Monday morning in what is now a falls count anywhere match.

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