Kevin Owens to beat Shane McMahon at WWE Hell in a Cell with help from Sami Zayn

WWE's latest Network Special, Hell in a Cell, takes place at the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan, on Sunday. Ahead of the event here are the predictions for what will go down.

Mahon in Hell in a Cell match where falls count anywhere

One of the biggest problems the WWE have had of late is booking feuds that justify a Hell in a Cell match. They do not have that problem this time as this should be a lot of fun.

It feels like the WWE are giving Owens the vicious streak he sorely lacked for much of his reign as WWE Universal champion earlier in the year.

This should be a standard Shane McMahon match: some high spots, some bad punches, and doing the job to put over the full-time talent.

It has been 14 years, at SummerSlam 2003, since McMahon won a singles match on a pay per view, against Eric Bischoff, and that run is unlikely to end here.

Whether Owens does it cleanly or not is questionable. The use of Sami Zayn in the build-up has the possibility of a heel turn by Zayn, given the fact that the points Owens made on Zayn's failings on the main roster were true when he verbally ran down his old friend in a promo.

Owens wins to continue the feud with the McMahons going into Survivor Series, with Zayn being an accomplice being a dynamic that would be a lot of fun.

Jinder Mahal to beat Shinsuke Nakamura to retain WWE World Heavyweight Championship

Nakamura was white hot when he was promoted from NXT, but his booking on SmackDown has been awful and he has cooled off badly.

It does not help that he has been stuck with arguably the WWE's worst champion since Jack Swagger in Jinder Mahal.

Mahal's promos are dull and repetitive and his matches are poor.