Tuesday's episode of Smackdown produced one very interesting segment as Dolph Ziggler once again impersonated an industry legend.
Ziggler has been impersonating many superstars in recent weeks and has taken on the role of names like Triple H, Shawn Michaels the Ultimate Warrior.
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However Tuesday night saw Ziggler take on the role of one of the greatest of all time as he wore the leather coat and hat of the Undertaker.
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For the fans in attendance, it was an interesting scene when the Undertaker's gong rang around the arena.
The unique entrance of the Deadman is one of the most atmospheric in WWE history and the more the lights darkened and the smoke appeared, fans actually began to think that the legend himself was about to appear.
It did however take a while for people to realise that it wasn't the legend himself coming down the aisle, but it was in fact the Show off.
Once Ziggler arrived in the ring, he continued to act like Undertaker and once again express his message that fans and superstars seem to care more about entrances than they do wrestling ability.
Unlike recent weeks however, one superstar had heard enough and decided to confront Ziggler.
Fittingly, it was a superstar whose entrance is one of the most popular amongst the fans, Bobby Roode.
Roode and Ziggler would settle on them both coming to blows at Hell in a Cell as they confirmed that they will go one on one at the event.
Hell in a Cell will be Roode's first PPV appearance on the main roster and although he may be far away from the main event, a victory could be a huge stepping stone for Roode.
A BIG NIGHT AHEAD
Hell in a Cell will be Smackdown's first PPV since Summer Slam and it could prove to be an important event for the show.
With the highly anticipated match between Shane McMahon and Kevin Owens set to be the main event, fans will be interested to see what unfolds.
Every Smackdown Championship will be defended at Hell in a Cell and any title changes could have a significant impact on Smackdown's roster.