THE Undertaker defeated Shane McMahon inside Hell in A Cell to highlight Wrestlemania 32 held on Sunday (Monday, Manila time) at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas.
Undertaker delivered the tombstone piledriver on McMahon to win via pinfall in one of the most talked-about matches in the Wrestlemania card that attracted a record crowd of 101,763.
But McMahon almost stole the show.
With the Undertaker lying on top of the announcers’ table, McMahon tried to end the match as he climbed on top of the Hell in A Cell and dropped more than 20 feet, only for him crash through the table after the Undertaker got out of the way in the nick of time.
Watch the stunt below:
Undertaker raised his record to 23-1 in Wrestlemania matches.
In other matches, Roman Reigns beat Triple H to win the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
Charlotte defeated Becky Lynch and Sasha Banks to retain the female division crown now known as the WWE Women’s Championship.
Brock Lesnar won over Dean Ambrose in a No-Holds Barred Street Fight after delivering 13 suplexes, while Chris Jericho beat AJ Styles.
Zack Ryder captured the Intercontinental title in a ladder match that included Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, Stardust, Dolph Ziggler, The Miz, and Sin Cara.
The Rock also made an appearance and even figured in a match, beating Erick Rowan of the Wyatt family in a Wrestlemania-record six seconds. John Cena also made a cameo, helping The Rock after he was attacked by the Wyatt family.
The Usos beat The Dudley Boyz, while The League of Nations overcame The New Day in a non-title tag-team match.
Baron Corbin of NXT won the 3rd Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royale with NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal making an appearance.
Kalisto beat Ryback for the United States Title, while Total Divas won over B.A.D. and Blonde.