It was announced last week on Monday night Raw that after his internet breaking return to WWE Shane McMahon would face The Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell at WrestleMania for the right to control WWE.
If this wasn't enough, there has been speculation suggesting The Undertaker could be set to put his career on the line in the match as well.
COMPANY VS CAREER?
It was a crazy thought for fans to be able to think that Undertaker would do Vince's bidding, but Undertaker proved that he was not on either McMahon's side when he appeared on Raw this past week and told Vince: "You know what's going to happen when I close that door behind me at Wrestlemania, you know what I do. The blood of your son is going to be on your hands, not mine."
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With that, he left the ring and Vince announced that when Shane is defeated at WrestleMania then he will be renounced as a McMahon, which means that Shane's inheritance could also be on the line.
There was already a thought that this could be Undertaker's final WWE match and he could be allowed to bow out in his home state of Texas, so the current speculation about a career ending match could well have some truth to it.
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DOES SHANE HAVE A CHANCE?
Much of the online speculation recently has stated that Shane is set to win the match and go on to gain control of WWE, but how could WWE job Undertaker out in Texas in his final match?
Even though Shane has tweeted videos of him training ahead of the match, there is no certainty that he will actually be wrestling at WrestleMania because he only accepted the match, Vince never made it clear that he had to be the one to wrestle.
Shane could decide to pick a person to wrestle on his behalf or his win could be set up as an accident. Much like Vince Russo's WCW Heavyweight title win, Vince could send out reinforcements and Shane could inadvertently be thrown onto The Undertaker or it could all be set up for Shane to pick up the win through interference on his own behalf.
This is one of the most talked about WrestleMania matches of all time and if it turns out to be the final match Undertaker will be a part of then it will definitely help WWE to sell out the AT&T stadium ahead of what is set to be a spectacular event.
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