During Sunday evening's WWE Night Of Champions event, a promo aired hyping up Brock Lesnar's "Go To Hell Tour." This is the slogan WWE is using for a big-time schedule for October that the company has planned on the WWE Network. Lesnar, who has largely been absent from television since his loss to Undertaker at August's SummerSlam, will be pivotal figure for the company over the next month. The promotional video started out by hyping up the previously announced October 3 house show that takes place at Madison Square Garden. That event, which will air live on the WWE Network, will feature Brock Lesnar taking on The Big Show. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rWDa7mv-LlE Next, it was announced that Lesnar will be the special guest on the Stone Cold Podcast on October 19. This will prove to be one of the longest sit-down interviews that Lesnar has ever taken place in during his career, and it will be interesting to see how the two will address the topic of the proposed 2002 RAW match between Austin and Lesnar that resulted in Austin walking out of the company. Lastly, WWE announced that Lesnar will face The Undertaker at the Hell In A Cell pay per view event on October 25. Not only will the two wrestle their third match in the last year and a half at the show, but the bout will take place in the confines of the Hell In A Cell structure. The way WWE chose to announce the Undertaker/Lesnar match shocked many who were viewing Night Of Champions on Sunday evening. It was a curious way to announce such a pivotal rematch, which many had believed would take place at WrestleMania 32 in Dallas. Instead, the much anticipated match-up will occur in just over one month in Los Angeles.