The Undertaker might be looking down at a broken Triple H come WrestleMania 28.
By the time Triple H had been in his first Hell in a Cell match in 2000, the Undertaker had already been in four.
Overall the Undertaker has been involved in 11 Hell in a Cell matches, while Triple H has been involved in eight. Having only three matches between them might not seem like a big deal, but when it comes to Hell in a Cell, three matches can make a huge difference.
Both superstars have faced similar opponents such as Shawn Michaels, Mick Foley, Batisita and were both involved in a six man Hell in a Cell match in 2000.
The Undertaker, however, has also faced Brock Lesnar, CM Punk, Randy Orton and Edge—all who were at the top of their game when they clashed with the Undertaker. Lesnar was the only one able to beat the Phenom out of these four superstars, but the experience the Undertaker gained will be what helps him beat Triple H at WrestleMania 28.
What could Triple H throw at the Undertaker that he hasn't already faced?
Many people will undoubtedly talk about Triple H’s first Hell in a Cell match in which Mick Foley ended up crashing through the ring. But by the time Triple H had faced Foley, the Undertaker had already destroyed Foley by not only throwing him off the top of the cell, but then by sending him crashing through the roof of it in their famous 1998 Hell in a Cell clash.
Triple H is clearly experienced when it comes to the Hell in a Cell match. But by the time Triple H entered the cell, the Undertaker had already mastered it.
This mastery will add to the Phenom crushing the Game.