If speculation is true that we'll end up witnessing to a rubber match between Brock Lesnar and Undertaker at Wrestlemania 32 next year that results with the Undertaker retiring afterwards, then here is something that would make for an awesome little moment at the end of the match: Remember the ending of the Wrestlemania 26 main event between Undertaker and Shawn Michaels (where Michaels' career was on the line) when HBK knew he was done and didn't have any fight left in him, so he did Taker's throat-slashing symbol (which has long been Taker's own way of signaling to the crowd that he's about to hit the Tombstone Piledriver on his opponent) as a way of telling him to finish him off for good? It was a pretty pivotal moment considering HBK put his illustrious career on the line just to get another chance at ending the Streak, and yet when he realized by the end that he couldn't get it done and was a defeated man, for once we saw someone telling the Undertaker to put them down instead of the other way around. What if they replicated this same moment at the end of Brock and Taker's own match at WM32, but only this time around it's Taker who's the one telling his opponent (Lesnar) to finish him off for good? Taker keeps kicking out of F-5's and whatever else Brock is throwing at him, but he knows he doesn't have much left and that he's a beat man and so he, for the first and only time, signals his own demise. And since this is announced as the Undertaker's final match going in, we all know that that really is it for The Dead Man. Either that, or as a quick alternate idea, Brock does the throat-slashing symbol himself before hitting Taker with one final F-5. But I like the first idea better. It's even more meaningful considering Brock is the Streak-Killer and Taker's kayfabe toughest opponent in history as is.