Brock Lesnar To Face The Undertaker At Wrestlemania 30
The Undertaker Challenging Brock Lesnar
The Undertaker Challenges Brock Lesnar To A Match At Wrestlemania 30
Brocke Lesnar has destroyed the likes of Mark Henry and the Big Show, but now he will have his hands full with the likes of the Undertaker. The dead-man issued a challenge to Lesnar on February 24's edition of WWE Raw.
Lesnar was not the one who challenged the Undertaker, as it was the Undertaker who entered the ring with Lesnar, stared over at the Wrestlemania 30 sign, back at Lesnar, who nodded in approval and then the match was agreed on.
Before the match was made official, a contract needed to be signed. Lesnar signed the contract first, and then placed the pen on the Undertaker's chest, letting him know it was his turn to sign. The Undertaker didn't like that at all, and Lesnar was choked slammed through the table.
Lesnar's manager, Paul Heyman, wasn't much of a help and he just looked on in disbelief at what he had just witnessed.
Whether Paul Heyman likes the idea or not, The Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar is happening at Wrestlemania 30. With the wrath that Lesnar has been on, one has to wonder if he has what it takes to hand the Undertaker his first loss at a Wrestlemania?
Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar At Wrestlemania 30
Who will win: Undertaker or Brock Lesnar
Brock Lesnar vs The Undertaker At Wrestlemania 30: Type Of Match
Is The Undertaker and Lesnar going to battle it out in a steel cage match? Or a Hell In A Cell match, which is The Undertaker's specialty, or is the match going to be a no DQ (no disqualification) match? At the time of this Hub being published, it appears that the match is a good ole fashion one-on-one match.
There is plenty of time left before Wrestlemania 30 arrives, so one can expect a change or two in the Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar match. It is highly likely that the match will be made into a no DQ match, which means anything goes, and both Lesnar and Undertaker will not have to worry about being disqualified.
Fans can expect the Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar Wrestlemania 30 match to be a traditional match, no DQ match or Hell In A Cell match. Let's go into more details about each match, and what the outcome will likely be in each scenario.
Wrestlemania 30: Brock Lesnar vs Undertaker In A Hell In A Cell Match
If the Undertaker and Lesnar step into a cell together, then one can expect the match to take place all over the cage; Meaning the match will stay inside the cell, outside the cell, on the cell's side as Lesnar and Undertaker climb it, and on top of the cell, where the match will likely come to a climax.
Once the Undertaker has Lesnar on the top of the cage, at some point Lesnar will be met with a chokeslam or Tombstone pile-driver, and then followed by the 1, 2, 3 count.
The likelihood of Brock Lesnar vs The Undertaker in a cell at Wrestlemania 30 is probably not that good, so fans should not expect to see this type of match taking place.
The undertaker vs Brock Lesnar In A No DQ Match At Wrestlemania 30
Lesnar vs Undertaker in a No DQ means anything goes. Lesnar and Undertaker can make anywhere in the arena their battleground. They will be able to use tables, ladders, chairs and more in order to help them win the match at Wrestlemania 30.
The odds of Lesnar vs Undertaker being turned into a No DQ match are very good. If the match turns into a No DQ match, then fans should expect to be shocked and be prepared for many close calls in which Lesnar will come close to winning the match. As close as Lesnar will come to handing the Undertaker his first Wrestlemania loss, the Undertaker will take advantage of it being a No DQ match, and pin Lesnar to pickup a victory at Wrestlemania 30.
Wrestlemania 30: Brock Lesnar vs The Undertaker In A Traditional Match
If the match stands as it is, as a traditional match, then expect Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania 30 to be quite long. We are talking about 40-60 minutes, give or take, but fans can expect an excited match, much like the last few Wrestlemanias that the Undertaker has wrestled in.
Fans should not expect to see the Undertaker lose to Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania 30, if the match does stay a traditional match.
Note: A traditional match is when a wrestler wins via a pin-fall (3 count), submission or count out.
The Undertaker Will Not Lose To Brock Lesnar At Wrestlemania 30
The truth is that it doesn't matter what type of match Brock Lesnar and Undertaker has at Wrestlemania 30. The Undertaker has never been defeated at a Wrestlemania, therefore he will probably retire undefeated at Wrestlemania 30.
Note: Wrestlemania 30 takes place on April 6, and is being held in the city of New Orleans, Louisiana.