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If WWE finds something that works, they're not exactly known for holding back on pounding fans over the head with it.
So it should come as no surprise there are rumors of a SummerSlam rematch between Brock Lesnar and Triple H going down sometime soon.
"Sometime soon" was going equal Nov. 18 in Indianapolis, IN at this year's Survivor Series but the two Superstars might find themselves face-to-face again a few weeks earlier.
According to The Wrestling Observer, the rematch will likely go down on Oct. 28 at the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view (PPV) in Atlanta, GA.
This would make sense as Triple H, for whatever reason, is considered the best ever in the specialty match so the stage could be set for "The Game" to win out over Lesnar due to this experience or for the former UFC champion to look even stronger after picking up the win in the oversized cage.
It would make sense for Lesnar to once again go over if they are, in fact, building him up for a huge WrestleMania match against someone like The Undertaker or Shawn Michaels. Another dominant win over Triple H makes Lesnar look stronger and more of a threat to whoever he ends up facing in East Rutherford, NJ.
But there's also his contract to take into account.
While it's been rumored WWE might extend his contract beyond WrestleMania 29, the lower than expected buyrates for Extreme Rules, his return match against John Cena, might make Vince McMahon and company think twice about this.
The Paul Heyman-managed Superstar is reportedly making a cool $5 million for a year's worth of work without having to work a full schedule but if viewers aren't tuning in as much as WWE would have hoped, Lesnar will either have to take a pay cut or once again part ways with WWE.
What say you, Cagesiders? Does a Triple H/Lesnar rematch inside a Hell in a Cell sound appealing?