Brock Lesnar vs. Undertaker Feud Right to End in WWE Hell in a Cell Match


Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker will face off in a Hell in a Cell match at Hell in a Cell. We tell you why it’s the correct move to end the feud here.

It looks like we will not have to wait until WrestleMania 32 after all to see the rubber match between Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker.

As announced at WWE Night of Champions, The Beast Incarnate and The Deadman will face off at Hell in a Cell in the demonic structure Oct. 25.

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Don’t get me wrong, Lesnar ending The Undertaker’s streak at WrestleMania 30 is the key factor behind this feud, but these two have been at it long before their historic match in 2014.

Before The Deadman got the submission win over The Beast Incarnate at SummerSlam in controversial fashion to tie up their current feud, Taker had never beaten Lesnar in singles competition.

Their feud even seemed to continue outside of the squared circle.

After Lesnar’s loss to Cain Velasquez at UFC 121 in 2010, the two exchanged words while The Undertaker was being interviewed just moments after the match.

It’s puzzling as to why WWE has not brought this up in the story line. It seems like this may have been a legit beef, especially with it never being brought up on WWE television.

It could be because The Undertaker is under The Deadman gimmick, and the video shows him not in character. Maybe it is because the two did not want it to be.

Regardless of the reason, it doesn’t stop Paul Heyman from tweeting about it.

One of the reasons the rivalry has been so great is because of the realistic feel to has to it.

No, I’m not indicating that they still have hard feelings for one another, if they even did at one point.

Storyline wise, it just seems like these two flat-out hate one another.

The brawl that they had on Monday Night Raw after WWE Battleground when Taker screwed Lesnar out of the WWE world heavyweight championship against Seth Rollins was amazing. This was a prime example as to how great this feud has been.

It made a feud that ended over a year ago relevant again, if Battleground didn’t sell you enough.

Their match at SummerSlam far exceeded most people’s expectations, though most did not like the ending, and that included me.

Looking back now, it was the best possible ending, especially with the feud concluding at Hell in a Cell in the demonic structure.

Not only does it mean that we get to see Lesnar and Undertaker go at it sooner rather than later, it also means that both superstars will be fighting different people come WrestleMania 32 next year in Dallas.

Besides, is there really a better way to end this feud than in a Hell in a Cell match?

What do you think of Lesnar and The Undertaker facing each other at Hell in a Cell? Let me know in the comment section below. Follow me on Twitter @GT_TeddyCouch.

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