The hugely anticipated third leg in the Undertaker v. Lesnar saga is coming up soon at the Hell in a Cell PPV at the end of the month. And I think most of us are pretty sure that this fight will be the final meeting between these two giants. And Paul Heyman agrees.
Speaking with Scott Fishman, Heyman had this to say about the Hell in a Cell match:
"I think it’s very safe to say Brock Lesnar versus The Undertaker at Hell in a Cell is the final time these two will step in the ring against each other. This interest was there for their rivalry at SummerSlam and when we made our case after SummerSlam the next night on Raw. This is the time to exploit that public interest. Holding this match off until WrestleMania would have been a mistake.
“The people want it now. The audience wants it now. There is a long time between now and WrestleMania. Someone could get hurt. The audience could lose interest. Something else may garner more attention. This is the time to exploit that opportunity. No, I’m not surprised it is happening this fast. I’m very happy that we are doing this particular match on this particular pay-per-view."
You can read the whole interview here.