Brock Lesnar Gave The Undertaker a Major Embarrassment That He Can Never Erase Off His Record

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Besides ending his iconic streak, Brock Lesnar has left more than one scar on The Undertaker. Brock Lesnar left the WWE legend in the dust at WrestleMania 30. The Deadman’s undefeated WrestleMania streak was one of the most illustrious things about his decorated WWE career.

The Beast Incarnate left everybody astounded when he defeated The Undertaker at the Biggest Show of the Year in 2014. However, breaking ‘The Phenom’s’ WrestleMania 21-0 streak is not the only thing Brock Lesnar has done.

Taker and Lesnar have locked horns against each other inside a Hell in a Cell twice in the WWE.

Brock Lesnar showed “No Mercy” towards The Undertaker in 2002!

The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar have given the WWE Universe an impressive showcase in the Hell in a Cell match. And surprisingly, The Beast has humbled The Deadman in his own yard.

In 2002, Taker and Lesnar put on a Hell in a Cell match for the ages at No Mercy. After months of animosity that included attempts at injuring each other, the two super-heavyweights pitted against each other in a veritable fight to the death.

The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar battered each other as blood flowed like wine. Props such as ring steps, steel chairs, and even leather belts were employed to damage each other.

 

Ultimately, The Beast won using a Tombstone drop-back, followed by the bone-crushing F5. This match was one of Brock’s most fantastic wins and cemented his place as a genuine competitor.

The Conqueror crushed The Phenom again after thirteen years

Thirteen years later, The Phenom and The Beast Incarnate crossed swords once again inside hellfire. They battled at Hell in a Cell in 2015. Initially, WWE planned this match to be a sequel to their 2002 gimmick match. However, age would be an issue for any performer to work on hard-hitting games thirteen years later.

Brock Lesnar didn’t change much, going from 25 to 38, as he was still functionally the same physical specimen. However, Taker went from 37 to 50, which lingered a few questions. This match was a lot similar to what we witnessed at No Mercy 2002, as both wrestlers were busted open and it was a gruesome match.

Although, The Beast violently defeated The Undertaker with a polishing F5 on him. The wrestling fans stood high as Taker received a thunderous ovation and chants of, “Thank You, Taker.” Clearly, it was The Phenom’s most excellent match since the WrestleMania Streak wound was still alive and thriving.

Brock Lesnar is not just the only person to face Taker twice in a Hell in a Cell, but also the man to be undefeated against The Undertaker inside Hell in a Cell. The Undertaker faced embarrassment because Hell in a Cell is also known as the Devil’s Playground or Taker’s yard. But The Beast defeated The Phenom at his own turf twice.

While most fans are aware of Brock Lesnar ending The Undertaker’s streak, this little fact did come as a surprise to many.


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