As you can see in our "Best of Smackdown" video above, McMahon was headbutted, punched and kicked in the face by Kevin Owens, who is nearly forty years his junior. The meeting notably ended with Owens assaulting McMahon and leaving him a bloody mess.
After the WWE Chairman and CEO laid a verbal smackdown on Owens, Owens responded with a physical smackdown on the 72-year-old McMahon. Un-phased, Owens remained confident that he could not wait for Mr McMahon to arrive.
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Vince McMahon has now re-instated Shane as the Commissioner of SmackDown Live, besides booking a Hell In A Cell match at the PPV of the same name; between Shane O'Mac and Kevin Owens. In an era in which it's cool for wrestling fans to cheer the bad guys, it's increasingly hard for heels to generate heat, but Owens is the proverbial heat magnet. Owens on the other hand was still adamant about suing the WWE after the beating.
The segment was convincing and did more to sell the KO vs. Shane match than months of bickering promos could. We'll just have to wait and see if Shane McMahon and Kevin Owens can keep the momentum going when they face off at Hell in a Cell.
McMahon even clarified that he did not suspend Shane for attacking Owens, but for "not finishing the job".