Kurt Angle throws shade at Daniel Bryan, comments on Vince McMahon/KO incident

Danny Woods
September 13, 2017

Owens had insulted him, his family and his children. Owens agreed to the match but not before seeking one condition: permission to lay into a McMahon.

In ideal Vince McMahon fashion, the chairman returned to the ring and took a bump when he was headbutted by Owens in a relentless attack.

In honor of Sin City and sportsbooks, and in celebration of the boss coming back to live TV, here's Vegas-style odds of what could happen on Smackdown Live tonight. This would send Shane over the edge as the Commissioner would attack Kevin Owens, pummeling Owens before Daniel Bryan was able to break it up. Owens on the other hand was still adamant about suing the WWE after the beating.

Vince McMahon officially announced on this week's SmackDown that Kevin Owens will be facing Shane McMahon inside Hell in a Cell at the pay-per-view of the same name on 8 October. Owens pulled him in a connected with a stiff headbutt, busting Vince open and knocking him on the mat.

More news: Divers recover two bodies of dredger JBB DE RONG 19's missing crew

McMahon even clarified that he did not suspend Shane for attacking Owens, but for "not finishing the job".

Owens agreed to the match, but laid out the condition that he be allowed to lay into "A" McMahon without fear of effect, which Vince accepted.

When the go ahead was given, Owens gave the 72-year-old McMahon a brutal headbutt, which caused the veteran wrestling promoter to bleed immediately from his forehead.

Other reports by LeisureTravelAid

Discuss This Article