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Kevin Owens rips into Shane McMahon over HIAC WrestleMania match with The Undertaker

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On SmackDown Live, the most exciting feud WWE has been booking at the moment is between Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon.

The Prizefighter's and Shane-O-Mac's feud has been the most entertaining on WWE's blue brand since SummerSlam finished, as the show has really lost star power over the past year to make it appealing for fans to watch.

The highlight of the feud so far has to be Owens' vicious attack on Vince McMahon three weeks, and it clearly demonstrated to the WWE Universe why the former Universal Champion is one of the best heels in the company today.

Owens and Shane will have a Hell in a Cell match at the Hell in a Cell pay per view on October 8, so you could say we're officially in fight week. With that in mind, The Prizefighter has stepped up in his insults towards the SmackDown Live Commissioner.

Owens was asked by a fan on Twitter if he remembered the last time Shane-O-Mac was involved in a Hell in a Cell match, that being the Hell in a Cell match he had with The Undertaker at WrestleMania 32, showing a photo of Shane dropping off the cell in that match as well.

The former Universal Champion pointed out the obvious flaw in this fan's comment, as Shane actually ended up losing this match against The Deadman after he jumped from the top of the cell through the announce table below.

Owens replied to the fan: "Yes. He jumped off of it like a dumbass and lost."

Shane would go on to lose the match not long after he performed the elbow drop onto the announce table from the top of the cell at WrestleMania 32, as The Undertaker moved away just in time before he was able to connect the move successfully.

The Prizefighter will certainly be looking to replicate the result when he faces off against Shane-O-Mac inside Hell in a Cell this weekend, and hopefully, the win will propel him back into the WWE main event scene once more. Being one of the best heels in the company, he deserves the spot.


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