Whenever Undertaker and Brock Lesnar venture inside the steel confine for Hell in a Cell on October 25, it won’t just symbolize the most recent section in their epic contention additionally the kept undermining of the development of WWE’s young program.
In the event that there was ever a program that expected to wrap up inside Hell in a Cell, it is this despise powered one between two of the best Superstars in WWE history.
The way that this fight exists in 2015, with a WWE program brimming with youthful and hungry entertainers all hoping to climb to the highest point of the business, is the most concerning issue that exists in Vince McMahon’s advancement today.
Funeral director and Brock have gone head to head a sum of nine unique events, with the larger part of those gatherings occurring between 2002-2003, and the latest at Wrestlemania 30 in 2014 where The Beast won, at Summerslam Undertaker won and ultimately at Hell in a Cell Lesner won.
Clearly their meeting at Wrestlemania 30 likely obscurations those as their most critical meeting to date, given the essentialness of Undertaker’s undefeated Wrestlemania streak however any match for a noteworthy title ought to be perceived as similarly as vital. It ought to likewise be noticed that Undertaker was never in his Dead Man persona at the time and every one of these challenges until Wrestlemania 30 occurred with him as the American Bad Ass. The first run through Lesnar and Undertaker met was at Unforgiven in 2002, where the two men fought to a twofold preclusion that saw authorities from the back working hard to keep these two beats separated.
The two men additionally ran into each other in the 2003 Royal Rumble coordinate as they were the last two members left toward the finish of the match. Lesnar would go ahead to win the Rumble that year and thusly crush the WWE Champion Kurt Angle at Wrestlemania 19 to end up WWE Champion for a moment time in his profession, after already vanquishing The Rock at Summerslam 2002 to wind up plainly the most youthful ever WWE Champion at the time until Randy Orton would take that crown from him at Summerslam 2004.
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