Paul Heyman and Brock Lesnar make their way to the ring. There is no Brock Bounce tonight.
Paul introduces himself and he says he is the pissed off advocate of the ripped off conqueror. . . the Beast of the Barclays . . . BROCK LESNAR. What the hell happened here last night? How did we go from Brock Lesnar forcing the Undertaker for the first time in his 25 year career to tap out to a scenario where the history books will inaccurately depict the Undertaker as finally, after all these years, getting a victory over his client Brock Lesnar?
It is an indisputable fact that last night, at SummerSlam, Brock Lesnar took the Undertaker to Suplex City. It is an indisputable fact that last night, at SummerSlam, Brock locked the phenom in the kimura and then take a look at the footage because it is an indisputable fact that he made the Undertaker tap out.
The video does not lie. Paul says that he is a father and it is not pleasant to ruin a fairy tale. The Pavlovian belief that The Undertaker is dead or whatever nonsense he wants to spread is a fable. The truth is that The Undertaker was made to tap out by Brock Lesnar.
Paul says tapping out means that Undertaker said that Brock Lesnar is a better wrestler, fighter, and man than him. He could take it no more. It is like a kid on the schoolyard getting in the fetal position telling you to leave him alone.
How did we get here? Brock does not blame the referee. His client does not blame the timekeeper who freaked out. He understood that Brock . . . Paul mentions that only in Brooklyn do you boo compassion. He had compassion to ring the bell because he knew that Brock was going to rip Taker’s arm off and hit him with it. Do we forget that Taker fell down on his way to the back? Paul says he has enough material for all three hours of Raw.
Paul says the timekeeper rings the bell and Brock thinks he won the match. The Undertaker was saved from a beating. He was helped from having his ass kicked. What did the Undertaker do? He goes for the desperate low blow? He pulls Brock Lesnar down and puts him into Hell’s Gate. Because the Undertaker wants to hear it, craves to hear it, and needs to exorcise his soul from the loss to Brock Lesnar to make him tap out. What was Brock’s response? FYI Taker, Brock told you GFI. You can shoot with anyone in the locker room, but you cannot shoot with Brock Lesnar.
We are not out here to flap his gums. We are out here tonight because he wants to fight the Undertaker one more time.
Paul says he is not here tonight to issue a challenge for Wrestlemania. He is not here for a challenge for Royal Rumble. He is not making a challenge for Survivor Series. He is not making a challenge for Madison Square Garden. He is not making a challenge for Night of Champions. He is making the challenge for tonight. He wants this right now.
Bo Dallas’ music plays and he makes his way to the ring.
Paul is shocked.
Bo tells Mr. Brock that he has good news and bad news. The bad news is that last night you passed out against the Undertaker. The good news is that you woke up from a dream. It was probably a dream that you beat the Undertaker. You can make those dreams come true. All you have to do is BOLIEVE.
Paul leaves the ring because he knows that it will get messy in the ring.
Brock clotheslines Bo and then Brock with a German suplex. Brock with a second German suplex. Brock picks up Bo and hits a third German suplex. Brock picks up Bo for a fourth German suplex and Bo is not moving, and maybe not breathing.
Brock leaves the ring and walks to the back with Paul, but Paul stops Brock and suggests that maybe he gives him a fifth.
Brock returns to the ring and he picks up what is left of Bo Dallas and he hits a fifth German suplex.
They leave the ring and Paul asks Brock to do one for him.
Brock returns to the ring. Brock get Bo on his shoulders and Paul tells Bo that Brock BOLIEVES. Brock with an F-5.