WWE News: Huge Update On Undertaker’s Feud Heading Into Survivor Series

Last night’s Hell in a Cell pay-per-view didn’t disappoint. Many WWE fans were worried that the lack of hype would be its ultimate downfall, but the WWE pulled out an excellent event. It began with the first match of the night. John Cena’s U.S. Open Challenge started the show. Zeb Colter answered Cena, which caught everyone by surprise. It was quite obvious that Jack Swagger wasn’t answering the challenge.

Alberto Del Rio made his climactic return to the WWE and won the United States championship. Even as a heel, the Los Angeles crowd popped like they never have before for Del Rio. Most of the night’s festivities had big endings and drama. Nikki Bella and Charlotte was also stellar. Every match was fun to watch, but nothing could top the main event.

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Brock Lesnar and the Undertaker had themselves a triple threat of splendor at Hell in a Cell. The 50-year-old Undertaker didn’t show his age during that match. He did just as many spots as Lesnar, which continues his legitimacy. Both men bled accidentally as well, and that added a new element to the match. After the match, the crowd stood up for Undertaker and applauded him.

Before he was able to leave the ring, Bray Wyatt and the Wyatt Family came out and attacked the Undertaker. Nobody helped the Phenom. Just like Taker did to Randy Orton several years ago, the Wyatts carried Taker into the back to end the show. According to Daily Wrestling News,this action by the Wyatts will lead into Undertaker’s next feud.

“As noted, WWE is advertising The Undertaker for the November 22nd Survivor Series pay-per-view with the theme of his 25th anniversary at the annual event.

“It looks like Taker will be facing The Wyatt Family but we don’t know who his partners may be for a traditional Survivor Series match.”

Given the options available, the WWE can go one of two ways. If they decide to have Taker and Wyatt lead teams in the traditional Survivor Series tag-team match, the Deadman needs a team. Kane is an obvious choice, but does Sting help as well? There’s no word on his status, anyway, after his match against Seth Rollins. If Sting is available, that’s a possibility.

Here are Jim Ross’ thoughts on Hell in a Cell, as well as a booking idea for Undertaker and Bray Wyatt at Survivor Series.

One thing that Ross asked for was the appearance by Kane. He is Undertaker’s half-brother, so it would’ve fit the storyline. The only thing that won’t work is the involvement of Sting. He’s hurt and won’t be back in time for a Survivor Series match. Even if it is a six-man tag, it’s not worth risking further injury.

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It will be very interesting to see where Kane goes following his loss to Seth Rollins. Corporate Kane was relieved of his duties, just like the stipulation of the match read. That doesn’t mean Demon Kane was released, as well. Don’t be surprised if the WWE puts Kane and Taker together for one final run as the Brothers of Destruction. At a WWE live event in Mexico, they teamed up. Hopefully for wrestling fans all over the world, it wasn’t the final time.

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