Two scenarios emerge for Undertaker vs Lesnar HIAC ending

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This weekend will see The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar rekindle a rivalry that has been ongoing since the latter famously brought to an end the veteran's unbeaten WrestleMania streak.

And, with the WWE building Sunday's Hell in a Cell match as the final meeting between the two Superstars, reports from within the wrestling community suggest there are two scenarios currently in the works - both of which don't paint The Undertaker in a particularly good light.


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According to The Wrestling Observer, via WrestleZone, neither of the two scenarios currently doing the rounds would see 'Taker come away with a clean victory against the Beast Incarnate.

At the moment, the idea appears to be, either have Lesnar win the one-on-one matchup, or for outside assistance to somehow come to the rescue of The Undertaker and cost Lesnar the outright win.

With both Superstars stuck in limbo between heel and babyface (despite the WWE's best efforts) the organization is clearly still caught in a conundrum as to how to end the feud.

Suitable ending?

Having 'Taker rely on things outside of his control would, though, somewhat undermine him even if he does come out on top. To follow up SummerSlam's controversial finish with another may be too much for the WWE Universe to accept.

With WrestleMania always in the back of the WWE hierarchy's minds, however, outside interference would obviously bring with it huge implications moving forward.

Whoever came to 'Taker's aid on Sunday would effectively be setting themselves up for their own feud with Brock Lesnar.

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