KEVIN OWENS was saved by his former best mate Sami Zayn to win his Hell in a Cell match against Shane McMahon.
The SmackDown Live commissioner had leaped from the top of the cell and was moments away from crashing an elbow through his opponent.
But to the shock of the crowd, Zayn appeared and pulled KO from the table, and then over Shane for the three count.
There had been months of build up to the match with the first time they came to blows happening at SummerSlam when KO lost to AJ Styles.
Shane-O-Mac was the special guest referee and KO blamed him for his loss, and then insulted his family leading to Shane attacking him.
KO then attacked Vince McMahon leading to the matchup in the Hell in a Cell that saw Shane-O-Mac stretchered out at the end.
The crowd were less excited when Jinder Mahal yet again retained his WWE title with the help of the Singh Brothers.
Mahal is nowhere near the King of Strong Style’s ability in the ring and the lacklustre matches are showing that.
Nakamura looked to have the match won after the Singh Brothers were sent away from ringside.
But one Khallas from the Modern Day Maharaja was enough to claim his second pay-per-view win against Nakamura.
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In what was possibly the biggest shock of the night, Baron Corbin defeated AJ Styles and Tye Dillinger for the US title.
Dillinger was added to the match shortly before the event began but the alliance between the Perfect 10 and the Phenomenal One did not last long.
All three men gave a good showing, but Corbin managed to steal the win after Styles had Dillinger down for the count.
The Women’s title match was a battle of the submissions for the most part.
But it was a dodgy finish that ensured Natalya retained the belt.
A frustrated Natalya hit Flair in the back with a chair meaning her opponent won via disqualification and therefore did not take her title.
The Usos managed to come out on top in the first ever tag-team Hell in a Cell match, defeating the New Day.
Randy Orton also came out on top in his bout with Rusev while Bobby Roode won his first pay-per-view on the main roster against Dolph Ziggler.
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