3 ways that Brock Lesnar vs. Undertaker should have ended

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The match between Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker at SummerSlam last month was a great entertainer and obviously a match too big for WrestleMania.

But the way in which the match ended didn't really impress the WWE universe.

Let's look at 3 ways in which the match should have ended to make the crowd happy...


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Kane's return

Lesnar took out Kane just a few weeks before SummerSlam and Kane should seek redemption. When you need to protect both Taker and Lesnar, this plan of bringing in Kane would be great.

You are obviously not letting down Lesnar and at the same time protecting the legacy of Taker. WWE obviously missed this chance.

Sting's appearance

Undertaker vs. Sting- This is something the people would love to see. This is the favourite fantasy match for many WWE fans. Why not make it a reality?

This match was a perfect opportunity for the company to project Sting as a heel and cost the match to the phenom. So, Lesnar's rhythm would not be disturbed and the stage would be set for this big match.

Blindsiding the referee

This happens many times. Just do nothing! Somehow keep the referee out of the equation and let someone use a weapon to knock off the other. That would have protected both guys at the same time.

But even this didn't happen. This is yet another way in which WWE could have protected both the men but the company did something totally out of box. Let's see what this really means in the long run.

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