The Undertaker is scheduled to have a Hell in a Cell match against Shane McMahon at WrestleMania 32 in just over a week's time in what could be a match that alters WWE history forever because of the stipulations tied to it.
If Shane-O-Mac wins, not only will he gain control of Monday Night Raw, but it will also mean The Phenom will never be able to compete at The Showcase of The Immortals ever again. That's quite a big stipulation.
While we wait in anticipation for what could be The Undertaker's last ever WrestleMania, the WWE superstar is celebrating his 51st birthday today, and he has been given an awesome cake.
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The cake, given to The Phenom by Onnit is a Hell in a Cell cake which looks absolutely brilliant. You can see a picture of the cake from their Instagram post below.
Their message to The Deadman on his birthday says: "Happy Birthday to our friend The Undertaker! We hope you enjoyed the hell in a cell cake. #wwe #wrestlemania #undertaker #getonnit"
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A brilliant cake for The Undertaker in the style of the structure which he is most famous for participating in, the Hell in a Cell.
The Phenom has had the most Hell in a Cell matches in WWE history with 13, and he is tied with Triple H for the most victories inside the famous structure with six wins. Nobody knows the Hell in a Cell better than The Undertaker.
His most famous Hell in a Cell match was with Mankind (Mick Foley) back in 1998 when he threw his opponent off the top of the structure onto the announcers table below to the horror of everyone watching. It is arguably the most famous match to ever take place in the history of wrestling.
The Deadman was part of the first-ever Hell in a Cell match in the WWE when he went against Shawn Michaels at Badd Blood in October 1997 to determine the number one contender for the WWF Championship at Survivor Series 1997. Surprisingly, he lost this match to HBK, who went on to defeat Bret Hart in the incident known as The Montreal Screwjob.
The Undertaker's last Hell in a Cell match was against Brock Lesnar at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view last year, the final match in their rivalry which began with The Beast breaking The Phenom's undefeated streak at WrestleMania 30. Lesnar came out on top in this match and in the feud overall as well.
Taker's Hell in a Cell match against Shane McMahon at this year's WrestleMania will be his biggest one yet because of what is on the line. Ultimately, this is The Deadman's career at stake because he hardly competes at any other event in the year anymore. Fans will be hoping this isn't his final curtain call, but if it is, what a way to go out. Inside the structure he made famous and in his home state of Texas.
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