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    Credit: WWE.com

    The September 5 episode of SmackDown Live featured several major storyline developments that will likely play a major role in the build to Hell in a Cell on October 8. In the process, the angles, matches and moments that played out on USA Network spawned major winners and losers.

    Kevin Owens proved a Superstar in WWE can remain prominent and featured without being shoehorned into a championship program.

    Carmella, the 2017 Miss Money in the Bank, grabbed hold of the spotlight and shined it on herself with a strong, convincing verbal performance.

    Then there was Shinsuke Nakamura, who knocked off Randy Orton and became the undisputed No. 1 contender to Jinder Mahal’s WWE Championship.

    Not every Superstar was as lucky or fortunate as them.

    Sami Zayn continued his descent into the WWE Creative abyss, losing an afterthought of a match against Aiden English that ensured his place in the low midcard going forward.

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