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Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker 5

Brock Lesnar vs. The Undertaker at WWE Hell in a Cell will be the final historic encounter between an all-time great who used to be the man and a monster who took that spot from him.

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You see, WrestleMania 30 was a changing of the guard, a passing of the torch, a new king taking his throne. That’s when Lesnar ended the most famous accomplishment in pro wrestling history, The Undertaker’s WrestleMania undefeated streak, when not even the world’s biggest wrestling fan saw it coming.

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It was an unforgettable occasion, not just because The Undertaker lost after going 21-0 at the WWE’s biggest pay-per-view of the year, but also because it was Lesnar that beat him. It was Lesnar—the former UFC Champion turned part-time wrestler who many thought was facing “The Phenom” at WrestleMania 30 purely for the spectacle and the formality of Undertaker moving to 22-0—that wound up taking down “The Deadman.”

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So, when Lesnar blasted The Undertaker with three F5s and pinned him 1-2-3 in front of more than 70,000 fans inside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, it wasn’t just the end of “The Streak.” It was the beginning of something special for Lesnar, who—whether he realized it or not—had just unseated The Undertaker as the biggest blockbuster attraction in sports entertainment.

Now, 18 months later, it’s all come down to this: Lesnar vs. The Undertaker, Part Three inside Hell in a Cell.

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And for The Undertaker, the match is about nothing but his own pride and love of the sport, and even Taker himself said on Monday’s Raw that he has “nothing to lose” when he battles “The Beast.” He’s a surefire Hall of Famer regardless of what happens here, and nothing that might happen to him at WWE Hell in a Cell would change that. Ditto for Lesnar, the man, who has already solidified his reputation as well as one of the most accomplished athletes in both wrestling and MMA history.

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