It was rough, tough, and a manner of all other things unpleasant as The Undertaker and Shane McMahon battled each other in their hell in a cell fight at WrestleMania 32 on Apr. 3. But who was victorious in their epic match-up? Click to find out!
It really must’ve been hell in the cell for these two! The Undertaker, 51, and Shane McMahon, 46, fought a battle to the (almost) death in a thrilling match-up at WrestleMania 32 on Apr. 3 that we’re still trying to catch our breath back from. Who won the epic fight? Click down to find out!
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And the winner is… The Undertaker! The man of death Tombstoned his rival after Shane had tried a huge leap of face jumping from the top of the cell to crush his opponent who was lying flat out on a table by the ring. The Undertaker moved and Shane never really recovered.
The fight was a real test of the pain barrier, with body slams, strangleholds and chokes causing both fighters to groan in agony as the fight went on. The Undertaker was slammed into a nearby bench, the cell was used as a weapon. It looked painful as hell, well hell in the cell! At one point, it looked like Shane would force The Undertaker into submission with a sharp-shooter.
Even when Shane jumped from one side of the ring to the other and kicked a trash can into The Undertaker’s midriff, he still couldn’t pin him to the canvas. The pair traded blows outside the ring, with Shane mysteriously cutting the cell with some clippers at one point. The pair would inevitably end up crashing through the panel of the cell. Now, the question is: which was the more devastating fall: Shane’s dive or Mankind (aka Mick Foley) getting tossed off the top of Hell In A Cell? Click here to vote.
Astonishingly, before going into this fight, The Undertaker was 22-1 at WrestleMania, the best record of any wrestler in the history of the competition. Shane himself had tasted victory in two matches, one against his father Vince McMahon and another back in 1999 against X-Pac in a European Title fight.
In an earlier fight, Charlotte won the newly crowned WWE Women’s Championship belt, while Brock Lesnar disposed of Dean Ambrose in brutal fashion in a brutal street fight.
The latest win for The Undertaker comes after the pair had a almighty scrap on WWE Raw on Mar. 28. The pair exchanged insults and fists until Shane elbowed The Undertaker from the top rope as he was on his back on the commentator’s table. It was the precursor for the big event, and showed just how wild and reckless Shane can be!
HollywoodLifers, are you surprised by who won between Shane and The Undertaker? Or did you expect that result? Tell us what you think in the comments below!