Paul Heyman has dubbed this match "The re-match too big for WrestleMania" and so far it has become the most anticipated re-match in recent memory. Now, the WWE want to make the match even more memorable.
The current thought is that the match will now have a "Loser retires from WWE" stipulation, and given the fact that Brock has just signed a new contract, it will be heavily in his favour.
UNDERTAKER TO RETIRE?
The stipulation is thought to just be there as a sort of insurance policy so that WWE will have something to fall back on when Brock Lesnar fans are not happy that The Undertaker has ended his 18 month long reign in WWE.
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Undertaker is not yet ready to leave WWE and is set to retire in his hometown of Texas at WrestleMania 32, or at the very least, and the event he debuted at back in 1990 - Survivor Series.
That being said, plans can change but as for right now, the plan is for Undertaker to finally defeat Brock, whether that is by DQ or whether the match breaks down into a no-contest still remains to be seen.
The common theory amongst the WWE Universe is that Sting (who is scheduled to appear next Sunday night) will be a part of proceedings and will presumably go after The Undertaker to set up a match at Survivor Series, so that Brock and Undertaker can then be re-done further down the line.
Another theory sees Kane returning and helping his "brother" to the win over Lesnar. It was The Beast Incarnate that put the Monster out of action when he attacked his ankle with the steel steps a few weeks ago on Raw.
Either way, there is set to be more excitement added to this match and it is highly unlikely there will be a clean finish. WWE wouldn't add a stipulation like this to a match unless they were hoping for it to lead somewhere, unless it is just smoke and mirrors and the stipulation will be deemed irrelevant in the long run?
Hopefully, The Undertaker doesn't win clean and completely undo everything WWE have done over the past year to build Brock up as this beast.
A future superstar deserves that accolade and hopefully WWE's creative team can see what a push it would be to a younger star's career to gain a pinfall over one of the biggest wrecking balls in WWE history.
Either way, Brooklyn is going to see a brawl like no other that has been 18 months in the making and with this newly added stipulation, it could go either way.