This year’s WWE Hell in a Cell PPV has one confirmed match, and already it’s looking like it could be one of the best events of the year. That is because that confirmed match is Brock Lesnar versus The Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell match.
That already sounds like an amazing spectacle, but it also looks like this match will be the rubber match for the feud, so expect it to end with a bang. In this article, I will look at the potential ways this match could end.
Undertaker completes his revenge
The Undertaker shocked the WWE Universe when he returned at WWE Battleground to prevent Brock Lesnar from reclaiming the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Since then, the pair has been entangled in a bitter feud that has been largely dominated by ‘Taker.
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At SummerSlam, The Dead Man moved a step closer to achieving his revenge for his WrestleMania 30 defeat at the hands of Lesnar, and the subsequent jibes and comments that followed. One outcome at the PPV is The Undertaker completes this revenge by sending Brock to Hell and defeating him in an all too familiar structure.
Brock cements his dominance
Lesnar has been itching to get back at The Undertaker for costing him the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. This was made obvious by their brawl on the Raw after Battleground in which they literally fought through the arena.
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With the two currently tied at a win each, Lesnar could prove that he is the bigger, stronger man and defeat the Undertaker in one of ‘Taker’s favourite and most comfortable environments.
One thing that can never be ruled out in WWE, especially in situations where they won’t want either competitor to look weak is having an outsider dictate how things end.
It could be possible for a number of superstars to try and tilt things in a particular direction, this could include Seth Rollins, Kane or Sting. One thing that is for sure, however, is whatever happens, WWE will want to make sure that both superstars look impressive and strong.
Whatever happens at Hell in a Cell, I think both men will be brutalised at the end and the WWE Universe will have an ending to quite a long feud that they can be happy with.
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