At WrestleMania 32, Shane McMahon shocked the world by trying to drop an elbow on The Undertaker from the top of the Hell in a Cell cage. If you missed it (or want to watch it again), here it is from pretty much every angle.
Not everyone was impressed with the spot, however. WWE Hall of Famer ‘Superstar’ Billy Graham (who had to miss his scheduled Axxess appearance due to a health issue) took to Facebook to explain why he gives McMahon “zero credit” for the dive, and how it was done “all for ego.”
“I give Shane McMahon zero credit for jumping off the top of that cage, landing on a table that collapsed after the Undertaker moved. Only fools put their life on the line for a stupid wrestling stunt. Risking being paralyzed or dying with a wife and children waiting for him. He has more money than he can spend. So this insane stunt was all for ego. Well, he didn’t impress me. Did he impress you folks?”
Graham also thinks there’s no way that was Undertaker’s last match, which has been rumored:
“One more thing. I am going on record as stating the Undertaker will not be retiring after this match. We will see him in Orlando next year. Why? Because there was simply not a big enough build-up for his last match. Just a stupid childlike stipulation.“
So what do you think? Was it an unforgettable moment at the end of a WrestleMania classic, or a fool risking his life to prop up a stupid stipulation?