There were several moments in Wrestlemania 32 which was worth a watch for the fans. But what we have witnessed in the match between the Undertaker vs. Shane McMahon, will go down in the history of Wrestlemania as forever. It will inevitably take its own place in the Wrestlemania pay-per-view’s illustrious history.

This was a night where Shane McMahon proved why he was always called crazy Shane. He reminded off some good old memories from the past when he leaped off the top of the devastating steel structure Hell in a Cell and came crashing down to the announce table.

The moment Shane set his sights on top of the cell, the fans at the AT&T Stadium knew something out of this world was on the cards and they got lucky that they got to witness a dare-devilish like act at Wrestlemania which reminded us a defining moment like Mick Foley did from the top of the cell.

Shane’s insane moves once again reminded us of the McMahon family’s legacy of entertaining the people defying all the odds and breaking all the bars, even if, putting their own life on the line. The rocket launcher from the top of the cell was the highlight of the match and defied two of the veterans inside the ring.

The match did not have any sort of swerves or interferences as expected and turned out to be a pure all-in-all physical brawl between the two of them. The leap of the cell was not only the insane move of the duo as Shane went coast-to-coast with a trashcan in front of taker’s head. The two broke the barriers of the cell structure and came outside of that previously. Shane will be remembered as the daredevil self-less legend after the match and the performance, more importantly.


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