This Sunday, Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker will meet for the final time and it will be inside the confines of a giant steel structure at Hell In A Cell. This match will officially end their feud and give one the 2-1 advantage in victories, but there’s apparently going to be a lot more happening. Rumor has it that Vince McMahon is planning something “big” for the match and it could pave the way for the future and WrestleMania 32.
Wrestling Inc. is currently reporting that the exact ending of the match this Sunday is not exactly decided upon just yet. Obviously, it’s going to go one of two ways with one superstar or the other winning, but how it goes will have a big effect on what happens in the future.
If Brock Lesnar gains a victory, then it’s expected he will likely be off WWE television for a while again and then come back to start something new. If The Undertaker wins though, it’s rumored that it won’t be a clean victory.
Right now, the word going around is that if The Undertaker wins, it’s going to be due to interference from someone (yet unnamed) that will be Lesnar’s next opponent. If not his next opponent, it would be who he faces at WrestleMania 32 next year in Dallas.
No matter what, the two superstars are going to go off in their own directions after the match. Any and all indication points to there being no further involvement between the two after Hell In A Cell is over.
After this past Monday Night Raw, the “Stone Cold Podcast” saw Steve Austin welcome Brock Lesnar as a guest. Earlier in the night, Austin opened up Raw by cutting a short promo and then introducing The Undertaker to the ring.
A “major angle” was expected to take place on the “Stone Cold Podcast” this past Monday, but nothing ever did. A possible reason for it not taking place is that everyone thought it was coming and WWE wants to keep it a surprise or maybe they wanted to have Lesnar’s feud with Undertaker to end first.
Or maybe, there really is nothing happening between Austin and Lesnar.
For the past month, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin said he would not be appearing on Raw, but just doing the podcast. WWE even went as far as to change up the show’s preview three times, but then Austin showed up anyway.
He’s said in the past that he’s in the best shape of his life, and would even wrestle one more match. That’s not guaranteed to happen, but it has been talked about in the past. “The Rattlesnake” has also confirmed he will be at WrestleMania 32 next year in one way or another.
Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker had a face-to-face this past Monday as recapped by WWE, but nothing much happened. That makes it a bit more difficult to determine who has the upper-hand going into Hell In A Cell this Sunday.
WWE has already teased that The Undertaker will be at Survivor Series next month since it is the 25th anniversary since his debut. No matter what, he’ll be moving on and going onto someone else to possibly set up a long-term feud leading up to WrestleMania 32.
Lesnar is going to be moving on as well, but it could have much more to it and all begin this Sunday.
Vince McMahon wants the cell match between Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker to be huge and incredibly memorable. Hell In A Cell is going to bring an end to a feud that has gone on for almost two years, and it looks like it will also be the start of something big.
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