WWE Hell in a Cell 2015 Results: Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker Video Highlights


Who walked out of Hell in a Cell the victor, and who didn’t walk out at all?

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In what was the most physical and brutal match of the night, Brock Lesnar defeated the Undertaker inside Hell in a Cell. These two men put it all on the line to close the show and  pulled out all the spots.

Very early on into the match, Lesnar and Taker made their way to the outside of the ring. Taker was able to reverse off of Lesnar’s shoulders and push the Beast Incarnate into the ring post, causing Lesnar to begin to bleed.

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Blood was a common theme throughout this contest, with both men gushing the red liquid for most of the match.  After a bunch of back and forth, Lesnar seized control with three suplexes and two F-5’s, but that wasn’t enough to put the Deadman away. In this new PG version of Hell in a Cell, it’s hard for superstars to really go for the home-run spots, but Lesnar and Taker did a great job with the limitations they had.

Steel chairs and stairs played a huge role in this one, with Lesnar using both weapons to wear down Taker all match long. After reversing two steel stairs attacks, Taker locked in Hell’s Gate for a while before Lesnar got out of the lock with a flurry of punches.

In one of the more shocking things seen in recent WWE history, Lesnar actually ripped apart the ring, exposing the floorboards that are used to constructed the ring. This was a clear sign of Lesnar trying to end Taker for good. Taker was able to gain the advantage and chokeslam Lesnar on the exposed boards, but that wasn’t enough to put him away.

After kicking out of a tombstone, Lesnar hit a low blow on Taker and then hit his third F5 of the match; this one signaling the end for the Deadman.

This was easily one of the top two matches on the night, with the other Cell match being a fantastic contest. With the WWE being a PG product, the non-use of blood makes sense from a safety standpoint, but tonight the blood spewed by both guys was a fantastic storytelling device. These two men would go to great lengths to defeat each other, and that including bleeding. Blood should be saved for sepcial moments, and this was one of them.

So Lesnar won this three match series with The Undertaker. Where do both men go now, with Survivor Series less than a month away? We should find out in due time.

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