With that in mind, here are five positives to take from the event.
Speaking of which, Jinder Mahal once again retained his WWE Championship over Shinsuke Nakamura.
AJ Styles will get a one-on-one title match against Baron Corbin, who escaped with the United States Championship on Sunday after stealing the pinfall on Tye Dillinger.
Owens came to the ring and talked about sending Shane McMahon to hell, then spoke about how Sami Zayn saved him, and now this is really going to be the Kevin Owens Show.
Roode and Ziggler will have a chance to recreate the magic from Hell In A Cell. With the way the match ended it is clear that the feud between these two men is far from over and that is something I am pleased about. Owens opened the second hour, waxing poetic about the transcendent experience he had winning Hell in a Cell and banishing McMahon from Smackdown Live forever.
The fallout from Hell in a Cell takes place live tonight from the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Seeing how most people consider their match at Hell In A Cell a tad disappointing it shouldn't be hard to top it. It was a match that couldn't be topped and is one of the stand out matches of the year if you haven't seen this then head over to the WWE Network immediately.
- Norway will pay their male and female football teams the same
- Two soldiers, two militants killed in J&K gunfight
- W/Cup Qualifier: Super Eagles to train in Morocco for Algeria match
- Catalan leader signs document declaring independence from Spain
- Pfizer may sell consumer unit
- Texas student sues school over Pledge of Allegiance dispute
- West Nile Virus detected in Santa Barbara County
- Emirates A380 Makes Bumpy Landing During Storm
- FEMA head Brock Long dismisses San Juan mayor's complaints: 'Political noise'
- Equifax ups its estimates of British victims of hack to 700000