WWE Hell in a Cell 2015: The Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar Confirmed!

Wikimedia/Megan Elice Meadows

While the spine tingling fights at WWE Night of the Champions are still as fresh as wet paint in the minds of the audience, another brutal combat is being prepared for.

The Beast Brock Lesnar will fight The Undertaker at WWE Hell in a Cell on October 25, according to Bleacher Report.

It was Lesnar who had created history at Wrestlemania 30 in 2014 by defeating the latter for the first time ever at a Wrestlemania event since The Undertaker started his career in 1984. This is when the feud between these two wrestlers  took birth.

The Deadman later avenged his defeat in WWE Battleground in July 2015, during a World Heavyweight title fight between Brock Lesnar and Seth Rollins. Just when Lesnar was about to pin down his opponent the lights of the Scottrade Center went off completely and “Rest in Peace”, The Undertaker’s entry music, haunted the crowd in the arena. When the stage was lit again, Lesnar was shocked to see the furious Undertaker facing him instead of Rollins.

The feud continued until The Deadman deceitfully defeated Lesnar at Summerslam a month later.

As per Bleacher report, Brock had already compelled Taker to tap out via his arm breaking kimura lock, and the timekeeper had sounded the bell too, but unfortunately this did not come under the referee’s notice. Lesnar, who apparently assumed that he has won the match as his opponent tapped out, was ambushed by The Phenom.

The Undertaker delivered a devastating Hell’s Gate lock to the Beast after a fraudulent low blow which made Lesnar pass out and the Deadman walked away as the victor. The upcoming combat on October 25 is worthy to add fuel to the already burning flames of enmity between the two savages.

WWE Hell in a Cell should be a blood splattering event as the ruthless metal bars will allow none to escape their fate.

WWE Chairman Vince Mcmahon has allegedly confirmed that this match would be an end to the long wrangle between the two wrestlers, according to a Wrestling Observer Newsletter report published by Lords of Pain.

To Top