WWE Post Update On Vince McMahon's Condition

Wendy Jensen
September 14, 2017

WWE Smackdown Live on Tuesday saw Kevin Owens send out a message to the McMahons.

Owens first headbutted Mr McMahon from point blank range to leave the head honcho busted open. When you combine his in-ring and promo abilities, a strong case can be made that he's the best all-around performer in the business today. Owens, clearly boosted by the absence of Shane, called the blue brand as "The Kevin Owens Show", but his invitation was met with by Smackdown Live General Manager Daniel Bryan.

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Vince McMahon made his return to WWE Smackdown Live, but he ended up leaving bloodied and beaten after Kevin Owens viciously attacked him. Un-phased, Owens remained confident that he could not wait for Mr McMahon to arrive. And that is exactly what he did - lay on Vince McMahon he did! In an era in which it's cool for wrestling fans to cheer the bad guys, it's increasingly hard for heels to generate heat, but Owens is the proverbial heat magnet.

McMahon's been involved in some of WWE's most memorable rivalries over the years but he hasn't put his body on the line in such a manner for some time.

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I have no doubt the Hell in a Cell Match between Owens and Shane will be a spectacle.

Owens' fundamental understand of in-ring psychology was what caught the WWE Legend's attention. The attack came after McMahon announced Owens and Shane McMahon will face off in a Hell in a Cell match at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view. For now, let's all just sit back and enjoy "The Kevin Owens Show".

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