All hell broke loose between The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar at ‘SummerSlam!’ During their Aug. 23 grudge match, these two pro-wrestling titans had a bloody and brutal fight. It clearly took its toll on the Undertaker, who collapsed after the match was over! Yikes! Click to watch!
Though The Undertaker, 50, was the winner of his SummerSlam match with “The Beast” Brock Lesnar, 38, his victory may have come at a huge cost. After receiving a ton of punishment from Brock, including multiple “F5” finishing moves, The Undertaker collapsed on his way to the backstage area! Is he okay?
Fans at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, were treated to what the WWE called “The Rematch Too Big For WrestleMania.” The Aug. 23 battle was the first time that Brock and Taker wrestled each other since WrestleMania 30, when Brock snapped The Undertaker’s undefeated streak. These two went to war on Aug. 23 at SummerSlam, and though Taker won, he almost seemed lucky to come out of it alive!
Onlookers saw the WWE’s Deadman collapse as he made his way to the back. It was scary to watch the WWE legend completely fall to his knees! After Taker received multiple F5s in the match, including one through a table, many wondered if he was seriously hurt!
Hopefully, Taker was “selling,” or pretending that Brock really hurt him. He was reportedly spotted walking into a New York City hotel, according to Complex. He was mobile, but reportedly looked banged up and was limping. Still, it was a good sign that The Undertaker was checking into his hotel room and not into a hospital.
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It was quite a battle between Brock and the Taker, one that ended in controversy! At the match’s finale, Brock had Taker in a Kimura lock, a submission move. Suddenly, the ring bell rang, despite the Ref not calling for it. Fans were confused — was the match over? The referee said no, and when his back was turned, Taker hit Brock in the crotch! Low blow! Taker then locked on his Hell’s Gate submission hold, causing Brock to pass out. Taker won the match but a replay showed that Taker tapped out while he was in the Kimura lock and the ref didn’t see!
Did you watch the Undertaker/Brock match, HollywoodLifers? What did you think of the match?
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