It’s set to be one of the most hyped matches of the year – but what do WWE legends think of the match between Tripe H and The Undertaker at Super Show-Down?
The Game and The Phenom will go head to head for the very last time in Melbourne, Australia on October 6, and the anticipation levels are ramping up.
In the video above we hear from the likes of Ric Flair, Steve Austin, Mick Foley and Christian on what they think will happen when two of the biggest names in sports entertainment for the last three decades collide.
The Miz was never going to be gracious in victory following his controversial win over Daniel Bryan at SummerSlam.
Opening the show on Smackdown, he mocked Bryan’s retirement speech and said this chapter of his career was now closed.
Queue Daniel Bryan. He called Miz a coward for cheating to win their match with the help of some brass knuckles.
He was then interrupted by Maryse who followed her husband in belittling Bryan – which brought out the return of Brie Bella.
She wasted little time in heading for the ring, where Maryse made a swift exit. The Miz was less fleet-of-foot however, and felt the wrath of Brie Mode who landed a barrage of clenched fists to the mush.
And the match is now set, it’s couple versus couple at Hell in a Cell.
Yes. Yes. Yes.
It was always going to be a tough sell, but Becky Lynch as a heel might not work out as planned.
Even when trying to go full bad-guy on the capacity crowd for Smackdown in Brooklyn they were still cheering and chanting her name.
This anti-heel could be the new Stone Cold of the women’s division.
Following her attack on Charlotte at the conclusion of their triple-threat match with Carmella at Summerslam, Lynch got a huge reaction off the crowd – and it didn’t stop there.
Even when Charlotte came out to confront her former best friend on Smackdown, Lynch’s offence was meet by a chorus of cheers and ‘Yes’ chants. Charlotte’s, less so.
Try as you might, this Lass Kicker is a fan-favourite – and will be remaining that way.