Between October 16-18 (a week before Hell in a Cell), WWE will do a three-day tour of Mexico. The company will present a live event in Merida on the Friday, Mexico City on Saturday and, finally, Monterrey on Sunday. Fliers for the events are advertising three main matches with Randy Orton versus Sheamus, Bray Wyatt versus Roman Reigns and The Brothers of Destruction (Undertaker and Kane) taking on Braun Strowman and Luke Harper listed. That's right - Kane and his kayfabe brother will be teaming up for the first time in years to battle the two monstrous members of the Wyatt family. It was expected that The Deadman would be working tag matches as opposed to singles on the tour, since he'll be battling Brock Lesnar in the cell the week after. WWE will want him in top condition for that one. But the reformation of Kane and The Undertaker is something the WWE can definitely use to try and draw fans to the shows in the absence of any major Latin star (something WWE desperately needs to remedy). More importantly, do these tag matches hint at the creative direction post-Hell in a Cell? With Vince reportedly worried about slumping ratings, he could have convinced the dependable 'Taker to come back and work even more dates. If this is a one-time thing, it's an incredible opportunity for someone as inexperienced as Strauman, who has only recently debuted on WWE TV having not been in the business long. Ric Flair, Chris Jericho and others are also scheduled for the tour.