Brock Lesnar cemented his legacy Sunday night, taking down The Undertaker in an incredibly violent Hell in a Cell match. But it wasn’t all fun in games, as his opponent showed up ready to fight with a typical epic entrance.
The WWE’s Beast Incarnate looked to make good in the rubber match with The Dead Man after losing in disappointing fashion at August’s SummerSlam. Lesnar pulled out all the stops and overcame a cut on top of his head that gushed blood into his face throughout the majority of the match.
The Conqueror’s freakish athletic ability was on display, as he hit ‘Taker with suplex after suplex, wearing his opponent down.
He used whatever he had at his disposal, including steel chairs and steel stairs to give Undertaker one of his worst beatings ever.
But The Dead Man wasn’t dead yet, as this match’s momentum swung back and forth throughout.
He even managed to lock Lesnar into a Hell’s Gate sleeper hold …
… But Lesnar reminded the world why there’s never been anyone quite like him.
Despite a dominant showing, things looked bleak for Lesnar, whose attempt to tear apart the ring and send Undertaker through it backfired.
Taker also landed a Tombstone Piledriver, but it still wasn’t enough to finish Lesnar, who ended the match with a horrifying low blow (to return the favor from Undertaker at SummerSlam) and a third F5.
It was the end of an era for arguably the biggest superstar the WWE has ever known.
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