WWE round-up: John Cena loses US championship at Hell in a Cell

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WWE fans, happy Monday!

OK, we’ll admit, there’s not much to get excited about on a Monday. However, that doesn’t mean there’s nothing at all that can improve your mood.

If you’re a sports-hungry hound - yes, we just said that - you’ll likely be looking for the next batch of breaking news. As luck would have it we’ve got it. Scroll down, or watch the video above, for more.

Cena loses title

Hell in a Cell finally came around this weekend and it did not disappoint.

Not only did we get a clean ending to the ongoing feud between Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker, but Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens and the New Day all retained their respective titles.

However, the biggest shock of the night came courtesy of Alberto Del Rio’s WWE return, with the Mexican coming back to beat John Cena and take his United States championship away.

Few expected it, few were ready for it and even fewer would have been ready to believe it until it happened. Welcome back, Del Rio.

McMahon freaked out?

Elsewhere, reports are suggesting Vince McMahon freaked out during the Lesnar v Undertaker match over the amount of blood to be seen.

The final match of the evening was a firecracker, but blood was shed by both wrestlers, which, given the new nature of the WWE, made McMahon less than happy.

Taylor v Corbin

Lastly, away from center stage with the WWE, NXT proved that they can provide just as much entertainment by way of weaving Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor into one of their plotlines.

The singer was at ringside during a match between Samoa Joe and Baron Corbin at the Aftershock Festival in Sacramento, following a feisty interview between the latter and Taylor beforehand.

Watch what happened below and don’t dare say that it was fake.

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