Shane McMahon sent a message to The Undertaker ahead of their Hell In A Cell match at ‘WrestleMania 32.’ During the March 28 episode of WWE’s ‘Raw,’ Shane jumped off the top rope and delivered an elbow drop on Taker – right through a table! Click to watch.
Here comes the money! If anyone thought Shane McMahon, 46, was afraid of The Undertaker, 51, the son of Vince McMahon, 70, just proved how fearless he could be. After laying out the Deadman, Shane delivered an elbow drop worthy of the late “Macho Man” Randy Savage himself!
The Undertaker may have started out the March 28 episode of WWE Monday Night Raw standing in the middle of the ring but Shane left Taker laid out on the floor. Shane gave Taker a preview of what he can expect in their WrestleMania 32 match by delivering an epic elbow-drop from the top rope to the outside and through a table!
If Shane’s able to deliver more hard-hitting moves like this, he might just come out of WrestleMania 32 alive. He’s facing The Undertaker in a Hell In The Cell Match at pro-wrestling’s biggest night on April 3, per WWE.com. It’s considered one of the most physically punishing matches in the WWE. Plus, The Undertaker faced Mankind (aka Mick Foley, 50) in a 1998 Hell In A Cell match that has lived on in infamy.
There’s a lot at stake in this match. If Shane wins, he gets control of Monday Night Raw. If he loses, he hands over a lock box full of family secrets. However, Vince McMahon isn’t taking any risks, per the International Business Times. Vince said that if The Undertaker loses this match, it might be is last WrestleMania match ever!
— WWE (@WWE) March 29, 2016
Fans thought they saw the last of The Undertaker at WrestleMania when he suffered his first ever loss at wrestling’s biggest event. Taker went 21-0 until he faced Brock Lesnar, 38, at WrestleMania 30. The Beast was too much for The Deadman and the former UFC champion pinned the WWE’s phenom – 1-2-3.
However, the Deadman returned for revenge on Brock, and the two battled it out in some bloody and controversial matches. While Undertaker takes on Shane in a match from hell in what may be his last WrestleMania appearance ever, Brock will have his hands full when he faces Dean Ambrose, 30, in a No Holds Barred Street Fight.
Who do you think will win at WrestleMania, HollywoodLifers: The Undertaker or Shane?
Speaking of WrestleMania the USA Network has expanded its access to WrestleMania, WWE’s biggest event of the year, and for the first time ever it will premiere a live, one-hour broadcast of the official WrestleMania Kickoff Show this Sunday, 4/3 beginning at 6pm et/3pm pt.