The WWE SummerSlam 2015 PPV led to a controversial way because the Undertaker was released but somehow ended up winning a fun match. The storyline resulting in the sport was unbelievable because it portrays the Undertaker as a heel instead of Lesnar.
This was the second game within the Undertaker vs Brock Lesnar iconic trilogy that started at WrestleMania 30. Brock Lesnar won the primary and final round (Hell during a Cell 2015), and therefore the Undertaker “officially won” at WWE SummerSlam 2015.
While one cannot say Brock Lesnar won all three, the SummerSlam 2015 match between the 2 remains a bone of contention. Digging into the rationale why here’s a glance at how the trilogy started.
Brock Lesnar broke Undertaker’s rhythm of winning WrestleMania at WrestleMania 30. Four months later, Brock Lesnar dominated John Cena to become the new Heavyweight Champion but lost and was praised by Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 31.
Brock Lesnar got a rematch with Rollins within the WWE Battlefield, but even as he was close to winning, Undertaker attacked him again, lost the title, and began a second argument. the subsequent night, Brock Lesnar challenged Undertaker during a match, hosted by The Dead-Man.
WWE SummerSlam 2015: Undertaker defeated Lesnar in a controversial manner.
As soon because the bell rang, Undertaker tried to usher in a chokeslam, but Brock Lesnar escaped and killed three German Suplexes. Brock Lesnar then passed the F-5 on the advertising table, but The Phenom recovered and hit him with a chokeslam and a Tombstone Piledriver of an almost collapse.
Brock Lesnar then locked Undertaker in Kimura, but Dead-Man grabbed the ropes, forcing Lesnar to interrupt free. the 2 went back and forth for a couple of minutes before the show went on vacation.
In the next part of the match, Undertaker locked Brock Lesnar at the Hall Gate, but the King objected to putting Undertaker on Kimura Lock.
The Undertaker hit the surface and therefore the keeper blew the whistle, but the referee didn’t see the Undertaker move and showed the sport to travel on. Convinced that he would win, Lesnar pulled out a pledge, but The Phenom stood up and attacked Lesnar when the referee interrupted.
The Undertaker again grabbed Lesner at the Gate of Hell, but the King refused to maneuver and passed out before pointing the Undertaker’s finger.
Undertaker was announced because the official winner of the sport, but consistent with WWE fans and analysts, Lesnar won because the Phenom was clearly in shock when he got stuck in Kimura Lock.