The WWE rolls into Los Angeles, California on October 25th for WWE Hell in a Cell. The main event of the show will be the current rubber match between Brock Lesnar and The Undertaker, inside the massive, sadistic, career ending enclosed cage. Many fans are calling this a very bold decision by the WWE, considering this match would definitely be a highlight for one of WWE's "Big Four" pay-per-views. Many fans were also already penciling this match in to take place at WrestleMania 32. So after doing a little bit of research and reading up on some fan opinions on this decision, the following five reasons have been the main topics brought up on why WWE decided to pull the trigger on this match now.
- No Current Top Main Eventers: This I blame on Vince McMahon and his writers. There is so much talent on the WWE roster that could be used at their full potential, but Vince McMahon continues to push the same circle of people week in and week out. Cesaro, Damien Sandow, Kevin Owens, Neville, Daniel Bryan (Healthy), Wade Barrett, Cody Rhodes (Lose the Stardust gimmick), Dean Ambrose, Bray Wyatt, the list goes on and on of the great talent that Vince McMahon could've turned into the "Next Big Thing". Without the build up of your current talent that's when you have to go back to bringing in guys like Undertaker, Sting, Shawn Michaels, Steve Austin and Brock Lesnar to try to save your company. In my opinion? This just hurts your product.
So there you go, those are the top five gripes that I've seen fans bring up on why The Undertaker is facing Brock Lesnar inside Hell In A Cell this month.
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