WWE SmackDown Review: Highlights, Analysis, and Grades for September 12

WWE SmackDown Review: Highlights, Analysis, and Grades for September 12

WWE SmackDown Review: Highlights, Analysis, and Grades for September 12

Monday Night RAW General Manager Kurt Angle has taken to social media to shoot a rather subtle jab at SmackDown Live GM Daniel Bryan.

Now, one week later, the Chairman himself will make a rare appearance on SmackDown LIVE as WWE Chairman Mr. McMahon would appear on Sin City SmackDown to confront Kevin Owens!

Vince McMahon officially announced on this week's SmackDown that Kevin Owens will be facing Shane McMahon inside Hell in a Cell at the pay-per-view of the same name on 8 October. If Sin City SmackDown is anything like last year's Wild Card Finals SmackDown, then we are certainly in for a treat. Vince says that he's not intimidated, more like disgusted before saying that Shane beat his ass last week.

They asked fans to stay tuned to WWE.com as the situation develops.

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"The headbutt heard around the world".

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Mr McMahon then further embarrassed Owens by saying Shane should have "finished the job" on Owens and has only been suspended for not doing so. The announcement also preceded a savage beat down on McMahon by Owens, one which was created to fan the flames of animosity between he and Shane.

Kudos to Vince for taking a monstrous headbutt and multiple significant bumps at his age!

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