Heel Turn: Analyzing Brock Lesnar‘s Go To Hell Tour By Joe Messineo
If you’re feeling nostalgic about the Paul Heyman voice over for the “Brock Lesnar Go To Hell Tour,” it’s probably because you remember Heyman doing the same kind of voice overs during his tenure at ECW.
Brock Lesnar started his Go To Hell Tour on October 2nd by defeating the Big Show at Madison Square Garden. Brock Lesnar’s Go To Hell Tour has been heavily touted on WWE, as Lesnar has been building up his epic rematch with the Undertaker. The Deadman and Lesnar have had several historic matches in the past, however, this one happens in the Undertaker’s backyard at WWE Hell in the Cell.
Lesnar Appears On RAW
While those with the WWE Network were able to see the kick off of the Brock Lesnar’s Go To Hell Tour live from their TVs, PCs and mobile devices, those who were not able to tune in will be able see Lesnar live on a special WWE Raw. Brock Lesnar put the Big Show through Suplex City at a live event being held at Madison Square Garden last Saturday night. As Lesnar emerged victorious against the Big Show, he treated the match as a tune up bout as he looks forward to WWE Hell in a Cell against the Undertaker.
Lesnar’s appearance on Raw in Boston showcased Lesnar giving the Big Show a finishing move that shook the arena. Paul Heyman, Brock Lesnar’s manager, has helped Lesnar set the tone suggesting the fact that Lesnar may be unbeatable at WWE’s Hell in a Cell. When Lesnar is in the house, there isn’t one WWE Superstar that should feel safe. On Brock Lesnar’s Go to Hell Tour, you can be assured that Lesnar will inflict as much damage as possible on any competitor that may stand in his way.
Undertaker vs. Lesnar at Hell in the Cell
Over the past decade, the Undertaker and Lesnar have battled in some of the most epic matches in WWE history. While both the Undertaker and Brock Lesnar are rarely featured on weekly Raw and Smackdown episodes, the two competitors are known for stealing the show at the pay per view events that each have headlined.
Brock Lesnar’s Go To Hell Tour may be symbolic considering the fact that he is facing the Deadman at Hell in a Cell. While Brock Lesnar is one of toughest competitors in the WWE, the Undertaker is looking to avenge his only WrestleMania loss which happened against Lesnar.
The Undertaker can further cement his legacy with a win against Lesnar, however, if the Undertaker loses, does that mean we will see more or less of the Dead man? What about Lesnar? Some wrestling fans are concerned that Lesnar may go back to UFC. The result of the WWE Hell in a Cell match between Undertaker and Brock Lesnar will be a career guiding match for both of the wrestlers involved.