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WWE News: Video Of Shane McMahon’s Insane Bump Off The Top Of Hell In A Cell At ‘WrestleMania 32’

There had been word that a “major stunt” was going take place at WrestleMania 32, and that it was likely going to happen during the Hell in a Cell match between The Undertaker and Shane McMahon. Well, the two superstars delivered a great match and there really was an insane bump. As The Undertaker lay prone on a table below, Shane McMahon jumped off the top of the cell and plummeted through the table underneath him and here’s the video to prove it.

The Undertaker had moved out of the way.

It was a Hell in a Cell match that had a lot at stake for both men. If Shane McMahon won, he would gain control of Monday Night Raw and essentially all of WWE. The Undertaker would get nothing extra if he won, but if he lost, he would never be able to wrestle at a WrestleMania again.

For a while, it appeared as if The Undertaker was going to end things quickly by dominating the match early and taking full control. Eventually, Shane McMahon found an opening and started getting some offense in and the match became much more competitive.

The Wrestling Observer reported that a “major stunt” had been practiced throughout the week and that McMahon had been instructed how to do it by professional stunt men. It was rumored to be a big fall or jump of some kind, and that’s just what it was.

With the match closing in on over 25 minutes, The Undertaker lay motionless on an announcer table outside the Hell in a Cell structure. Shane McMahon climbed the outside of the cell and laid on top of it for a couple of minutes.

Then, he stood up on his feet and stared down at The Undertaker for a few minutes before making the sign of the cross and leaping off the top. Unfortunately for Shane McMahon, The Undertaker moved.

After the big fall through the table, The Undertaker stood up and stared down Shane McMahon who put up his hands and begged for more. Undertaker picked up Shane-O-Mac, tossed him over his shoulder, and then threw him into the ring.

One big Tombstone later, and The Undertaker pinned Shane McMahon for the 1-2-3 in the center of the ring.

The Undertaker did his traditional pose in what anyone could expect was an exhausted frame of mind. He then headed backstage as medical personnel came out to the ring, strapped Shane McMahon to a board, and took him backstage on a golf cart.

As recapped by WWE.com, it was a valiant effort by Shane McMahon and he did everything he possibly could to take out the “Deadman,” but it wasn’t enough. When all was said and done, The Undertaker was able to keep his loss count at WrestleMania events at just one.

In a bit of an interesting shot, though, the golf cart coming out to the ring to pick up McMahon passed by The Undertaker as he was walking backstage. Most of the focus was on Shane and his possible injuries and not the big win by The Undertaker.

Some have thought that this would be the final match ever for The Undertaker, but his time is not yet done. When it’s time for him to be done in WWE, and with wrestling, there will be a much bigger performance and there will be no doubt about it. As for Shane McMahon, he may be done in the ring after this match and his insane leap bump off the top of Hell in a Cell at WrestleMania 32.

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