The 5 Worst WWE Moments of 2017

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We have created a list of the worst moments in WWE this year.

Number five corresponded to the return of the Punjabi prison party, named for the state of Punjab, from which the Great Khali (the founder of the party) is built, consisting of two large bamboo cages reinforced with steel.

If the four doors end closed before the fighters escape, they are forced to climb up the top, where the bamboo becomes spiked. In the main event of the pay-per-view event Backlash, Jinder Mahal defended the WWE Championship against Randy Orton in the third match of the Punjabi prison. It was a bad game to say the least.

The end of the match saw the music of Mahal and The Great Khali appeared for the first time since 2014. Khali climbed into the cage and strangled Orton, which allowed Mahal to escape from the outer structure and retain the WWE Championship.

In fourth place was Bayley‘s segment This Is Your Life on Raw with Alexa Bliss. Bayley connected with fans immediately due in large part to his ability to leave them behind. She is a loser and looks like an average person.

The company pushed her to the moon, and she quickly won the NXT female title. She held the title for a long time before being called to the main list. What made her character work was that she was hired in a way that she had to fight for every inch of success she had in her career. Although WWE tried to recreate this famous segment with The Rock and Mankind since 1999, it plummeted and was uncomfortable.

In number three was Bray Wyatt portraying Sister Abigail in his fight with Finn Balor. Fortunately, the match did not happen in the TLC PPV. Wyatt was replaced by AJ Styles, who faced Balor at the event. Apparently, WWE had initially tested some talents for viral meningitis and discovered that it is believed that the disease is mumps.

The WWE creative team learned that Reigns and Wyatt could not fight late in the week and came up with a lot of replacement options.

Entering number two was Jinder Mahal as WWE Champion. Mahal has been with the WWE since 2010 when he signed a development agreement with them and was sent to his Florida Territory Championship Wrestling (FCW). In April 2011, Mahal made his debut on the main list and would eventually find himself as a member of the trio Three Man Band (3MB) alongside Drew McIntyre and Heath Slater. In 2014, however, his career with WWE came to an end when he was released from his agreement.

Superstar Shake-up would return to the independent circuit for two years when he invented himself physically and creatively before returning to WWE. After a while in RAW, the shake took him to Tuesday nights on SmackDown Live. Mahal will win the Six Pack Challenge, which won the No. 1 contender status for the WWE Championship by Randy Orton, who beat Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania 33 for the strap. Meanwhile, WWE SmackDown Live on the US network. He would lose the title to AJ Styles last month.

Upon arriving at number one was Jason Jordan being revealed as the son of Kurt Angle. A few months ago, there has been speculation about what would be the announcement of his Angle after WWE began this story with WWE Hall of Fame member and Raw commentator Corey Graves.

There were several things to talk about. Angle could be having an affair or he would go back to the ring. Other theories include WWE, who brought back Stephanie McMahon of Tea Commissariat, which WrestleMania 33 did not see, touched a mask from the front or back at the first meeting of former TNA president Dixie Carter on WWE TV.

Instead of those things happening, WWE came out of the box and did the unthinkable. Angle revealed that former SmackDown Tag champion Jason Jordan of American Alpha was his illegitimate son. This was a sure shock.

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