WWE’s imminent hellish landscape of “Hell in a Cell” will again unearth itself this time at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. The said PPV event is set for an October 25th date and will be the second time that the wrestling promotion will hold a main event in Los Angeles other than that of “Summerslam”. The last time the professional wrestling company had another main event in Los Angeles was in 2007 with “No Way Out.” Read on.
The seventh installment though of “Hell in a Cell” in some way will continue with as what “Summerslam” left off, between Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker as announced during “Night of Champions” in report from CageSide Seats.
For the series of events that chronicle the feud between this two wrestling behemoths, Lesnar defeated The Undertaker in Wrestlemania 30 which started their rivalry as the former broke the Deadman’s streak. One year and four months later, the Undertaker silenced the opposition with a comeback-win via his signature Hell’s Gate submission which choked The Beast Incarnate to tap out.
The much-awaited “Hell in a Cell” event may still be a month away before showtime. However, other viewers speculated names to join the undercard bill before Lesnar Vs. The Undertaker are: The Dudley Boyz facing The New Day for the tag-team title, WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins defending his belt against “The Big Red Machine” Kane, Ryback “The Human Wrecking Ball” vs. Kevin Owens for an Intercontinental Championship rematch and the fit ladies of WWE Divas on a Triple Threat Match that bills Nikki Bella, Charlotte and Paige.
In a report from the Hollywood Reporter, it has been insinuated that The Undertaker who has been performing for the WWE stable since 1990 will most likely end his career in Wrestlemania 32 slated for April 2016. The 50-year-old wrestling legend can rest his laurels in the upcoming event as it will be held on his hometown of Houston, Texas.
However, WWE Hall of Famer Jim Ross gave us his insight on the likelihood of The Deadman hanging his belt due to his twilight years.
In an interview with Wrestling Inc., the former ringside commentator and wrestling personality mentioned that, “I could see Taker working a part time schedule similar to Lesnar’s until his health won’t permit it but it seems as if the Deadman is in great shape at this time.”
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