Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker conclude their epic 18 month feud this weekend as it finally comes down to them facing off inside Hell in a Cell, but will it end clean?
The real question is should it end clean? Given that right now the two are tied with a win apiece, does there need to be an outright winner?
This is the problem WWE have now that Brock is an active member of the roster, because they have to have some way to bring him back regardless of Sunday night's finish.
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Remember Brock was undefeated until that controversial ending to the match at SummerSlam and since then he has brushed aside Big Show on route to this weekend's match.
A loss here for Lesnar will completely destroy all of the build WWE have given their Beast Incarnate over the past year-and-a-half, but a loss for The Undertaker in one of his final matches also seems like a bad idea.
Undertaker is not in great physical condition, he collapsed following his match at SummerSlam, much like he did at WrestleMania 30 and he has still returned to the ring less that two months later and this time inside Hell in a Cell, will he even be able to complete the match?
All roads point to interference and a controversial ending to the match so that neither competitor has to face a loss.
BRAY WYATT THE BEST OPTION?
Bray Wyatt is on fire in WWE right now, there is no doubt about it. Braun Strowman was a stroke of genius and he has revitalised the Wyatt Family with Bray at the helm.
Wyatt was defeated by Undertaker at WrestleMania a few months ago and so he could technically go in this match as a way to go after Undertaker and gain revenge and in the process anger the Beast.
Braun Strowman is in no place to face Brock right now, but Bray Wyatt with Luke Harper and Strowman in his corner could be a threat to Brock.
Could Bray be the one to interfere? At Hell in a Cell 2014 he interfered and cost Dean Ambrose against Seth Rollins. Will history repeat itself?
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