Undertaker faces Shane McMahon inside Hell in a Cell at WrestleMania.

Why The Undertaker should lose against Shane McMahon at WrestleMania 32

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This week on Monday Night Raw, Vince McMahon announced that the ownership would not be the only thing that will be on the line in Shane McMahon's Hell in a Cell match with The Undertaker next Sunday night, it seems Undertaker's career will also hang in the balance. 

McMahon revealed that if The Undertaker did lose to his son and allow him to take ownership of Monday Night Raw, then it would be The Deadman's last WrestleMania match. 


Undertaker is a definite future Hall of Famer and he has had a career that is unmatchable and a streak at the biggest event of the year that will never be repeated, let alone topped, so maybe it is finally time for Undertaker to walk away?


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Undertaker has collapsed after two of his last four matches and one of those also saw him hospitalized, he finds it hard to understand that he isn't in the same shape that he was 20 years ago and injuries that he sustains at his age now will take a lot longer for him to recover from, if he does recover. 

The perfect time for Undertaker to bow out was WrestleMania 30 when his streak was broken because last year's match against Bray Wyatt was a pointless exercise that WWE have failed to capitalize on. But is seems that WWE was still holding out for the Sting vs Undertaker match at WrestleMania. 

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It was announced earlier this week that Sting would be forced to retire after suffering the same neck injury that also forced Edge out of action in 2011. 

It probably isn't a coincidence that Undertaker's career has finally been put on the line now that WWE's officials are aware that Undertaker vs Sting is never going to take place. 

Undertaker could easily put on a fantastic match against Shane McMahon, one that is obviously going to see a lot of interference and perhaps that is the thing that finally costs The Deadman?

It would be an incredible scene for Undertaker to retire in front of his home crowd and see him receive a standing ovation much like he received after his loss to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 30. 

Undertaker has had one of the greatest careers in WWE History and he deserves an incredible farewell match and this Hell in a Cell match could well defy all expectations and finally give Undertaker the fairytale ending the WWE Universe have been waiting for. 


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