This Sunday at Hell In A Cell, wrestling fans will see Brock Lesnar face off with The Undertaker for the final time in a WWE ring. Things could go in a number of directions, but many believe that it’s going to end in just a pure victory for one superstar or another. Still, there are some extra factors that could come into play and set the tone for the future. Here are three shocking and two not-so-shocking possible endings for Lesnar vs. Undertaker 3.
Now, the match really could end in a way that no-one sees coming, and that’s something that WWE likes to do quite often. Either way, this is supposedly the third and final time that Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker will ever face off again, so don’t miss it.
Let’s not forget that rumors is going around the Vince McMahon is planning something “big” for the ending of the match between Lesnar and Undertaker at Hell In A Cell. According to What Culture, this is the last 2015 booking for either man, but that’s always possible to change at any time.
With that in mind though, let’s see how it could end.
1. The Undertaker cheats to get the win over Lesnar
Many think this is honestly the way it could go, especially after the ending of their match at SummerSlam. If it shows that Undertaker can really only beat Lesnar by “cheating,” then it could open the door for a fourth match between the two of them.
Should this end up being the case, then it could lead to a Retirement Match between the two of them at WrestleMania 32 next year. Well, that is if it’s really time for The Undertaker to hang it all up and be done.
2. “Stone Cold” Steve Austin interferes to cost Brock Lesnar the match and start their feud
A “major angle” was rumored to be shot this past Monday night for the “Stone Cold Podcast” when Lesnar was a guest, but it didn’t happen. For weeks, Austin gave his word that he wouldn’t be on Monday Night Raw, but then he opened the show.
A few months ago, Paul Heyman was a guest on the podcast and the two talked about a possible match between Austin and Lesnar, but then Stone Cold said it would never happen. Well, he’s not been overly truthful before so why not have him show up on Sunday and set up a long-term feud to culminate at WrestleMania 32?
3. Sting interferes to cost The Undertaker the match and start their long-awaited feud
Many thought this was the way that WWE was going to go with things for WrestleMania 32, but this may never truly end up happening. Ever since Sting was seriously injured at Night Of Champions, it’s not even known if the icon will be able to wrestle again.
Sure, many fans want the feud to happen and hope it will one day, but it’s looking less and less likely.
4. Brock Lesnar pins The Undertaker clean or makes him submit
So far, this is appearing to be the most likely outcome of Sunday’s match at Hell In A Cell. It’s believed that it will be a hard fought battle that everyone thinks can go either way, but that the “Beast Incarnate” will get the best of The Undertaker in the cell which the “Deadman” made so famous.
It’s unanimous at Cageside Seats that Lesnar is going to get the win, and it’s not believed that he loses clean or even at all.
5. The Undertaker pins Brock Lesnar clean or makes him submit
This is possible, but it just doesn’t appear as if it’s going to end up this way. As iconic and historic as The Undertaker is in all of wrestling, the feeling just isn’t there for him to get this win. It would be a huge one though, and it’s coming up on the 25th anniversary of his debut at Survivor Series, so this would be gigantic for him.
Hell In A Cell could honestly be the very last time that Brock Lesnar takes on The Undertaker in WWE, but it’s not like things can’t change. There are some wrestlers that have retired four and five times. Still, the match is going to be a good one, and one of these endings could be what’s seen on Sunday.
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