There are several bouts already announced for the 2015 edition of WWE’s Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, but the unquestioned main event will be the rubber match between The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar.
With each man earning a victory over the other in the last two years, the third and final round of the war will be held inside the Hell in a Cell structure, guaranteeing a brutal showdown worthy of the PPV main event.
Here are the best possible outcomes when Undertaker and Lesnar step inside Hell in a Cell on Oct. 25.
Brock Lesnar Wins Clean
Of all the booking options WWE Creative has for Hell in a Cell, it should be Lesnar who walks out of the PPV with the clean victory. After a terrible finish to the match at SummerSlam, a decisive ending is a must.
Undertaker is a 50-year-old man who doesn’t wrestle very often, and while Lesnar also works a reduced scheduled, he is much more of a mainstream draw in 2015. WWE should be using The Beast as a cornerstone of the company moving forward, and having him win clean would make him look like the strongest force in wrestling.
Lesnar has the long-term potential to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at least one more time, and he should be positioned as strong as possible as WWE heads toward WrestleMania season.
With a serious focus on making WrestleMania 32 the biggest PPV in history, Lesnar beating Undertaker clean would lead to a dominant run toward a marquee match. Regardless of who he will square off against, beating Undertaker without controversy at Hell in a Cell is the right way to end the PPV.
Kane and Sting Get Involved
While it’s much more of a long shot, if WWE isn’t going to give either man a clean victory, then the Hell in a Cell bout should feature run-ins from both Demon Kane and Sting.
Lesnar and Undertaker would be given ample time to put on a great singles match—something they proved they could accomplish at SummerSlam—but The Beast would have to get the upper hand in the waning stages of the bout.
With Undertaker reeling, Demon Kane’s music would hit following his loss to Seth Rollins earlier in the night and he would come down to the Cell. In a throwback to 1997, Kane could tear the door off the structure and join the fight to help his brother.
As the Brothers of Destruction beat down Lesnar, the lights would go black temporarily. As the lights are turned back on, Sting could be standing between Lesnar and the duo of Kane and Undertaker.
The four men would then take part in a massive brawl that would set up to possible feuds moving forward. Not only would it give Lesnar a reason to fight Kane at the Royal Rumble or another PPV, but it would also set the stage for Sting vs. Undertaker at WrestleMania 32.
While it wouldn’t be a clean finish, this would at least end the storyline between Lesnar and Undertaker in a fun and interesting way.
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