From the WWE Rumor Mill: Jinder Mahal's next challenger for WWE Championship


The Usos and The New Day, no doubt that they are the best tag team in WWE right now.

On paper, the WWE Universe should have a reason to get behind Charlotte Flair as a babyface because her momentum as a result of Ric Flair's health scare will fade.

The blue brand's top two tag teams had another great match, utilizing kendo sticks, handcuffs and even multiple trombones in this no-disqualification match.

If you're a big WWE fan, you'll know that this isn't the first time that Shane's done this. The referee tossed them out, allowing Nakamura to hit the Kinshasa knee strike. He climbed the cell, again, but jumped and took a huge leap of faith.

As pre-show matches go, I really enjoyed this one. Despite Neville criticizing him for being too soft to get ahead, and despite having opportunities during the match, he wouldn't cheat against Neville, and eventually ended up winning cleanly.

# United States Championship: Baron Corbin defeated Tye Dillinger and AJ Styles via pinfall. It is completely fair, considering Corbin never did anything to actually earn the title match. AJ nailed the Phenomenal Forearm on Dillinger, Corbin dashed into the ring, kicked AJ to the outside, then pinned Dillinger. Another match will have Natalya defending the "SmackDown" Women's title against Charlotte Flair, while AJ Styles will also defend the US Championship against Baron Corbin. Meanwhile, Shinsuke Nakamura will step up to challenge WWE Champion Jinder Mahal. Nakamura defeated Randy Orton to earn another shot at the WWE Title and all that has happened since is that Mahal has been trying to make fun of the King of Strong Style.

Nakamura would be devasted to lose the chance to win the Champion belt ever after so much hard work while for Mahal, there is yet to be a wrestler who can defeat him to claim the belt.

I have a hard time believing Bobby Roode will be able to get over on the main roster as a babyface, but if anyone can help him get there, it's Ziggler. Bobby Roode said that enough was enough, considering that he has the epitome of a flashy entrance. Roode turned this around by rolling up Ziggler while holding the tights. The match was seen as one of the most brutal matches after Kevin Owens had head butted Vince McMahon in the previous episode of Smack Down live. My brother-in-law Shane McMahon, who will do just about anything 3 - he is insane, is against Kevin Owens.

Perhaps the most intriguing encounter on the card is the cage match between Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon. Not satisfied, he then sets Owens up on another table. Shane attempted an elbow drop on Owens, but the latter was pushed away in time by Owens' real life best friend Sami Zayn.

By Sami Zayn getting involved last night, the story between Kevin Owens and Shane McMahon just got a new character.