Shane McMahon isn’t done with Undertaker and he wants one more match with him.
Appearing on the Last Ride: Post-Mortem special that aired after the latest edition of Undertaker: The Last Ride, McMahon spoke at length about his friendship with Undertaker outside of the ring. McMahon talked about a tag team match between him and Drew McIntyre against the team of Undertaker and Roman Reigns on the 2019 edition of Extreme Rules. McMahon said he, Reigns and McIntyre all wanted to make sure to give Undertaker the best possible match so that if Undertaker were to end his career right then and there, then it would at least be with a good match.
“It definitely added to the pressure. You got Drew and Roman in the mix who also have an unbelievable respect for The Undertaker as everyone should. He’s one of the guys that truly paved the way. Everyone [in the match] wanted Undertaker to have that sensation, so we all worked really hard to get it there. It’s extra pressure, but it’s pressure where it’s like, ‘All right, if he wants to go out on this one, he’s going out on a high note. No problem,’” McMahon said.
Of course, Undertaker didn’t walk away from the WWE ring, as evidenced by his Boneyard Match against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36, and McMahon thinks there’s a chance Undertaker may want one more big match. McMahon would then issue a challenge to The Phenom for another Hell In A Cell match. The two previously had a Hell In A Cell match at WrestleMania 32, which Undertaker won.
“Personally, now that he’s got a little taste of it, I don’t think [he’s done]. I know I got one. I’m ready. I’ll challenge him out. I know I got one more, one big one, and I want a rematch. Hell In A Cell 2,” McMahon said.
You can check out McMahon on Post-Mortem at this link.