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Twitter reacts to Hell in a Cell 2017

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14.98K   //    09 Oct 2017, 10:50 IST

Let's see what Twitter thought about Hell in a Cell
Let's see what Twitter thought about Hell in a Cell

Hell in a Cell as a pay-per-view, started off good, sagged in the middle and then went to the stratosphere in the main event.

There were several extremely disappointing matches, but it was the main event that blew up Twitter when Kevin Owens was helped by Sami Zayn to pick up the win over Shane McMahon. Shane crashed through the commentary table when he dove off the cell, but let the world know he was okay with a thumbs up.

The Internet Community took to Twitter to express their disappointment and bewilderment about the pay-per-view.


The Hell in a Cell Main event was the one that stole the show completely, with Shane and Kevin putting on a show for the ages with no regard to their own health.


Moving on from the main event, the WWE Universe had a lot to say about the pay-per-view in its entirety. The pay-per-view started off with what could have been the match of the night on any other night, when the Usos faced New Day.

Xavier Woods felt that he was to blame for the loss, but Kofi showed all was well within the New Day. He mentioned how proud he was of his teammates despite their loss.

Twitter did not take too well to the rest of the pay-per-view though. The reactions ranged from despair to anger to a reluctant comedic take on the whole thing.

Twitter really hated it when Nakamura got pinned by Jinder Mahal again and they did not hold back at all. The continued reign of Jinder Mahal is not going to do much for Smackdown Live ratings.


People took shots at the winner of the United States Title match as well. Corbin may soon reply to many people on Twitter with more "haha's".


What WWE fans love about the pay-per-view was the main event and Sami Zayn's involvement.


WWE stars on Twitter reacted with disbelief to the Sami Zayn swerve and the insane move pulled by Shane McMahon. The main event had everyone jumping out of their seats, including WWE stars and other celebrities.

While we get JR's hashtags, we can't seem to figure out why Sting is in the picture and how it relates to Hell in a Cell! Check it out below.

AJ Styles made sure to mention on Talking Smack that he had Shane's back if he needed his help to face Kevin and Sami.

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