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Shane McMahon Suspended (Mr. McMahon’s Return Announced), WWE Title Match Set For Hell In A Cell 2017, Title Matches Announced For Next Week’s Show

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Shane McMahon Suspended (Mr. McMahon’s Return Announced)

SmackDown Live Commissioner Shane McMahon was suspended on tonight’s episode of SmackDown Live after he attacked Kevin Owens. Below is what WWE posted:

“After Shane McMahon instigated a brawl with Kevin Owens earlier in the night, KO threatened to file criminal charges against Shane-O-Mac. With so much in motion, SmackDown LIVE General Manager Daniel Bryan called Shane down to the ring.

In a rough spot because of Shane’s actions, Bryan tried to convey to the Commissioner the mess SmackDown LIVE and WWE were in due to him attacking Owens. Clearly contrite and aware of his mistake, Shane indicated he would take the necessary steps to resolve the issue, but Bryan told him that it was too late for that.

The “Yes!” Man revealed that he received a call from Mr. McMahon declaring that, effective immediately, Shane was indefinitely suspended as Team Blue’s Commissioner.”

During the ending moments of tonight’s show, Daniel Bryan told Owens that Mr. McMahon will be returning next week to WWE programming on SmackDown Live to address this situation.

WWE Title Match Set For Hell In A Cell 2017

In the main event of tonight’s episode of SmackDown Live, Shinsuke Nakamura defeated Randy Orton to become the #1 contender for the WWE Championship once again. He’ll now face Jinder Mahal at Hell In A Cell 2017, possibly inside Hell in a Cell.

Title Matches Announced For Next Week’s Show

The following Title matches will take place on next week’s episode of SmackDown Live:

United States Championship Match: AJ Styles (c) vs. Tye Dillinger

Street Fight for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship: The Usos (c) vs. The New Day

SmackDown Women’s Championship Match: Natalya (c) vs. Naomi

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