Brock Lesnar proved he was the better man as the Beast defeated The Undertaker inside Hell in a Cell to bring their rivalry to a conclusion as a poor Hell in a Cell pay-per-view ended in shocking style.
For the second time, The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar battled inside Hell in a Cell and just like their first encounter 13 years ago, the Beast defeated the Deadman as a third F5 signalled the end for the Phenom.
The match wasn’t the greatest you will ever see but it was brutal with both men being busted open the hard way while Lesnar tore up the ring mat and hit the F5 on the exposed wood to seal victory.
As this rivalry came to an end another began as the Wyatt Family made their presence felt as the Deadman fell to a 4-on-1 assault before Erick Rowan, Luke Harper and Braun Strowman carried him away.
I welcome this move and it seems Bray Wyatt wants revenge for his loss to The Undertaker at WrestleMania as it looks like we are heading for Wyatt Family vs Team Undertaker in a Traditional Survivor Series Elimination match at next month’s pay-per-view.
Earlier in the night, Wyatt fell victim to Roman Reigns inside Hell in a Cell as their rivalry came also came to an end in the better of the Cell encounters and the match of the night by far.
For beginning to end this match was entertaining was Wyatt and Reigns both showed they are capable to be main event stars in a gripping match as a kendo stick to the neck followed up by a spear sealing victory for the Big Dog.
In a night of poor quality matches this was the stand out match of the night and with some innovative spots and three table breaks this was a back and forth encounter as Reigns came out on top and should be next in line to face WWE Champion Seth Rollins.
Speaking of Rollins, the Architect successfully defended his WWE Championship against Kane, who as a result lost his position as Director of Operations after a poor championship match.
Kane celebrates 18-years in the WWE this month and this match showed that the Big Red Machine hasn’t got much left in the tank as even Seth Rollins – who usually puts in top performances couldn’t save this disappointing encounter.
The question is now: what is next for Seth Rollins? After both Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns won their respective matches surely one of them is next in line.
My choice is to go with Rollins vs Reigns at Survivor Series where I would love to see a Survivor Series screwjob where the Authority would turn their back on Rollins and make Reigns the top heel and become WWE Champion.