The recent episode of SmackDown Live left one of the most shocking epilogues of recent months, when Kevin Owens brutally attacked Vince McMahon , leaving him bloody and with damaged kidneys. Owens is managing to do everything that CM Punk could not, and was reflected during that show, with several personal requests from the Canadian to modify the product to his liking. It can be said that we saw a rough version of Punk rise again against The Authority.
If this story works half as well as that, Owens would be a step closer to becoming one of the company’s greatest Superstars, and for now, it’s turning out to be the hottest topic within the IWC. But not only the fans went to comment the event, also the figures of the industry and the company itself. One of them was Kurt Angle , who, as General Manager of Raw wanted to make clear that that had not happened in his brand.
— Kurt Angle (@RealKurtAngle) September 13, 2017
Vince just taught this new crew how to get somebody over,now Shane needs to put icing on cake then KO will be money forever. HH — Hulk Hogan (@HulkHogan) September 13, 2017 “The headbutt was heard all over the world. This would never have happened on my show, under my supervision. ” Another legend, old acquaintance of the Chairman, also wanted to pronounce , leaving of passage an interesting reflection and praising the implication of Vince. “Vince taught this new cast how to raise someone, now Shane has to put the icing on the cake and KO will mean money forever . H H” As a result, WWE issued a statement to provide the latest data on the state of the boss. “WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon was the recipient of a brutal attack from Kevin Owens during the shocking conclusion of Sin City SmackDown. ” WWE.com has learned that, following the attack, Mr. McMahon declined to comment and refused to be attended by medical personnel . “Watch out for WWE.com for more news on how this situation develops.” It is evident that Mr. McMahon goes with everything facing this last third of year, when we already know the numbers of his product, revealed by Dave Meltzer . While Raw has not waited to arm a John Cena vs. Roman Reigns , SmackDown is forming a storyline that should push the ratings up to at least WWE Hell in a Cell (2017), which takes place Oct. 8, from the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan. If not, I do not know what else Vince will have to do to capture the attention of followers.