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WWE Hell in a Cell 2017: 5 potential finishes for Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens

A massive return? A heel turn? We list some intriguing possibilities.

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Top 5 / Top 10 08 Oct 2017, 11:51 IST
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This match, whatever the outcome, will definitely steal the show!
This match, whatever the outcome, will definitely steal the show!

If you're tuning in to watch Hell in a Cell in a few hours, chances are you're tuning in to watch this very match. Unlike every other feud in the card, this one has been power-packed with emotion, and actually, has heat leading up to this pay-per-view weekend.

From a headbutt to Vince McMahon that rocked the world a few weeks ago, to a backstage brawl between these two Superstars, the build to this particular feud has been absolutely massive. So much so, that unless something humongous happens during this match, this particular contest won't live up to the outstanding build.

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In any case, we're not concerned with the build in this particular article, but instead, how the contest may play out. We list five possible scenarios for your reading pleasure.

We'd love to hear from you, in the comments, if you can think of any other outcomes for this particular match. Enough talk, guys. Let's list those scenarios right here.


#5 Sami Zayn helps McMahon win

There's nobody who hates Owens, as much as this man does!
There's nobody who hates Kevin Owens, as much as this man does!

At least in storyline we know that Shane McMahon likes to fight his own battles and would not appreciate Sami Zayn interfering on his behalf, in this massive, marquee match. But bear in mind that Zayn hates Kevin Owens, and even ate a powerbomb to the apron, not long ago.

There are rumours circulating that Sami Zayn may turn heel, in the foreseeable future. To turn heel, he does not need to necessarily align himself with Kevin Owens, but instead, show a change in attitude to the WWE Universe. A nasty Sami Zayn may also be a welcome change from the nice guy we see on our television.

If he can unleash a vicious side of his as well, which could in time, become a full-fledged heel turn, it would be a nice change of pace from what we see on a weekly basis from WWE. However, this is not the only way in which Zayn can affect the outcome of this massive grudge match.

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