Shane McMahon and Kevin Owens’ storyline picked up on SmackDown last night ahead of an inevitable match.
Owens insulted Shane and brought his family into it, leading to Shane snapping and attacking Owens. It was later announced that Shane had been indefinitely suspended after Owens threatened to sue WWE or press charges.
A number one contender’s match closed the episode, with Shinsuke Nakamura getting another shot at Jinder Mahal’s WWE Championship at Hell in a Cell. Dolph Ziggler also made his “re-debut.” Carmella took James Ellsworth back after saying things were through between them, and WWE built to a fairly loaded SmackDown in Las Vegas next week.
More coverage from last night —
WWE 205 Live results: Fatal five-way main event
Jinder Mahal vs. Shinsuke Nakamura official for WWE Hell in a Cell
Vince McMahon’s return set for loaded WWE SmackDown next week
WWE SmackDown live results: Randy Orton vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
WWE SmackDown video highlights —
Shane McMahon attacks Kevin Owens
Natalya vs. Carmella in a non-title match
The “re-debut” of Dolph Ziggler
Sami Zayn vs. Aiden English
The Usos pick the stipulation for next week’s tag title match
Shane McMahon gets suspended indefinitely
Tye Dillinger vs. Baron Corbin
AJ Styles offers Tye Dillinger a shot at the United States Championship next week
A look at Bobby Roode’s WWE career so far
Carmella tells James Ellsworth that they’re going to do things her way from now on
Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Randy Orton in a number one contender’s match
Vince McMahon will address the Shane McMahon/Kevin Owens situation next week
SmackDown fallout: Bobby Roode reacts to his dark match win over Mike Kanellis
SmackDown fallout: Dolph Ziggler refuses to answer a question about his re-debut