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Added by ToonHead2102 on 13 Jul 2012 10:41

Great Wrestling Matches!!!

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Average listal rating (12 ratings) 5.7 IMDB Rating 0
Christian Cage vs. Samoa Joe

The Dudley Boyz(c) vs. the Hardy Boyz vs. Edge/Christian
April 1, 2001
TLC Match for the World Wrestling Federation Tag Team Titles

Average listal rating (23 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 0
The Dudley Boyz(c) vs. The Hardy Boyz vs. Edge/Christian
Ladder Match for the World Wrestling Federation Tag Team Titles

Average listal rating (57 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 0
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John Cena vs. Edge(c)
TLC Match for the WWE Championship

Christian Cage vs. Rhino
8 Mile Street Fight

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Edge vs. Mick Foley
Hardcore Match

Average listal rating (82 ratings) 7.6 IMDB Rating 0
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The Rock(c) vs. Chris Jericho
WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match

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Average listal rating (8 ratings) 6.4 IMDB Rating 0
James Storm vs. Bobby Roode(c)
TNA World Heavyweight Championship Match

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Austin Aries vs. Bobby Roode(c)
TNA World Heavyweight Championship Match
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A.J. Styles vs. Christopher Daniels vs. Samoa Joe
Triple Threat match for the TNA X-Division Championship
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"The Macho Man" Randy Savage(c) vs. Ricky "the Dragon" Steamboat
World Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Championship Match
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Hulk Hogan(c) vs. Andre the Giant
World Wrestling Federation Championship Match

Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant
Average listal rating (54 ratings) 8.1 IMDB Rating 0
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Average listal rating (78 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 0
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock(c)
No Hold Bared Match for the World Wrestling Federation Championship

Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock(c)
No Hold Bared Match for the World Wrestling Federation Championship

Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock

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Stone Cold Steven Austin(c) vs. Kurt Angle
World Wrestling Federation Championship Match

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Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Bret "the Hitman" Hart
No Holds Bared

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Hulk Hogan (c) vs. the Ultimate Warrior
World Wrestling Federation Championship Match

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Average listal rating (37 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 0
Rob Vam Dam(c) vs. Jerry Lynn
May 16, 1999
ECW Television Championship Match

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Average listal rating (53 ratings) 8 IMDB Rating 0
Shawn Michaels vs. Triple H
August 25, 2002
Unsanctioned Match

After the misfortune absence of HBK Shawn Michaels for over five years from the WWE if not the sport of pro wrestling itself, it was considered, bold, risky (heath wise), dangerous, if not life threatening for Shawn Michaels to make the decision to jump back into the ring, after all this time, and challenge one of the top competitors alive, he must have seemed like a madman at the time?!! -I remember when this took place, this had the FULL attention of all WWE fans whom have been paying attention and for those of you who are 'modern' WWE fanboys and girls, there's something you gotta understand going in to this match that made it all the more 'spectacular'?!-

You see, no one ever actually expected Shawn to start wrestling again - well, at least there was no clear indicator he would? After having been out on injury for nearly the ENTIRE Attitude Era and Michaels' back problems and career shortening surgery made public, Michaels had remained to make his presence known in the company on various occasions but in all that time never even ATTEMPTED to try and wrestle again? We just took his word for it that Michaels must have been hurt bad! And I remember my reaction when this match was made, I thought it be quite 'unreal', was this really happening, don't tell me Shawn Michaels is gonna try and take on Triple H just like that?!?

Made to seem all the more 'random' when you take into account that just days prior to 'the incident', Triple H had been labeled the TOP babyface of the company. But all of us who know Triple H well, like me and my bro, knew that wouldn't last, it's been highly documented that the Game himself has said in interviews, he feels naked without boos being thrown at him! Nobody can make a 'faster' heel-turn than the Cerebral Assassin! -The moment that Pedigree was applied to Shawn Michaels (to give you newbies all a clear mental picture) was like seeing Oprah give the President the finger!!!

What we get in the end in no more a match than it is a 'fight', two former friends BEATING THE SHIT OUT OF EACH OTHER like they would if they were in a back alley! Made to look all the more unbelievable when you take notice that Michaels wasn't even in regular wrestling attire? I know all the lil' 'kiddies' out there have probably been seeing HBK wrestle for 'years' now but at the time this event took place it was considered the equivalent of Ric Flair coming back after the plain crash. Michaels was 'clean', now a born again Christian, and would go on to showcase a particular 'schtick' that we would seem to see REPEATED over and over again in several classic HBK fights,(although not as much 'blood' from Michaels in this one?) something me and my bro would go on to dub "the Passion of the Michaels". -After this Michaels would not only go on to MIRACULOUSLY jump back in to the wrestling game, but be BETTER than he ever was, in the years to come...

Could there possibly be someone who was more 'fitting' to retire the Nature Boy than Shawn Michaels? --It may seem kinda 'tame' by ECW standards, at the time (I would know cause I was caught up in the hype during the time) this would have been considered MATURE CONTENT cause aside from Lesnar and Cena 2012, there has NEVER been a 'sicker' match in WWE history! --If you take into account the history between the two, for years Triple H has always been the guy in the background amongst the notorious 'Clique', only after Shawn was 'out of the picture' was he able to become the Game, and show what he could bring to the table! I remember wondering at the time "could this be a shoot?" -There was always that lingering suspicion in the back of everyone's minds at the time, that it might be possible Hunter secretly hates Shawn for playing second fiddle to him for all these years. Perhaps this was arranged as a way to settle grievances? -It certainly LOOKED like Triple H was hitting HBK pretty hard in the match, don't it?...

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Average listal rating (241 ratings) 7.4 IMDB Rating 0
John Cena vs. Brock Lesnar
April 29, 2012

After suffering one of the most devastating of his entire career the month prior at the hands of the Rock in was has been considered one of the most 'hyped' matches in WWE history, if not of all professional wrestling, it's understandable that Cena's morale may be low. His self-confidence shattered, the WWE decides to pick Cena up out of the flames and throw him right back into the fire. In walks UFC juggernaut Brock Lesnar. The man who has single-handedly dominated every establishment he's ever been assigned to in record progress! (the promo neglects to mention Lesnar's success in New Japan, becoming the World Champ there also almost immediately!) --Equivalent to the Rock, Lesnar's return to the company has been considered equally impossible, and you got to believe me when I first heard about the match I thought I surely must be 'dreaming'? John Cena can win all the matches, make all the rap albums, wear all the corny t-shirts, kiss all the corporate ass he wants, but comparing him to Brock Lesnar in my opinion is like comparing Hyundai Sedan to a tank! Lesnar's literally gonna murder this poor guy before everyone's eyes, live on PPV!!!

It's no secret I'm no WWE fan. Having Lesnar lose to Cena would be considered an embarrassment to all that's 'scared' in the world of competitive sports. -MacMahon, who has been attempting to sign Lesnar to the company again since 2009, it seems he's finally gotten his wish. And who does the company line up for the big man, why only the guy who represents every single thing the company has 'been doing' since Lesnar got bored and left! Either way you look at this match, without having a gut feeling who's gonna win beforehand, someone stands to lose big! -You can't have the guy who's being brought in to legitimize the level of respected competition in the company, lose his first match in the door. On the other hand, you can't have the guy who's carried the weight of the entire fate of the company on his back (maybe not 'single-handedly') during one of the worst periods in the company's existence, lose two huge matches in a row! Either way you look at it it's a 'no-win' guarantee? I'm sure fans will go on to dub Rock vs. Cena the match of the year but in my opinion (if that counts for anything?) this match had MUCH HIGHER stakes!

And boy, I'm telling you, the match does not disappoint! This deserves to be recognized for the fact that it may well be one of the sickest things I've ever seen in the company. You will never get me to 'doubt' Cena's credibility ever again, not after watching this 'snuff' piece. I'm sure the ending itself was probably a work, I'm just wondering how much else of the match was a shoot? On paper, there shouldn't be any logical physical way Cena should be able to defeat Lensar, this is the guy that gave Kurt "freakin'" Angle a run for his money. Lesnar is faster, more technical, stronger, and smarter. When I saw him wrestle in 2002-2003 he was so extraordinary I had to invent a new word to describe his style, cause he didn't fit into any of the usual categories; high flyer, technical submission, ground and pound, hardcore - how about, 'destroyer'! -And now to add insult to injury Lesnar now has "UFC training" - Christ! Why don't you just stick Cena in a pit with starving timber wolves with a couple pork chops in his pockets, lathered in b-b-q sauce??!!

It is so uncomfortable to see Cena 'writhe in agony' as Lesnar nearly rips Cena's arm off his body! Not to mention slices his head open with nothing more than his elbow, nearly causes him to rupture his leg, and intimidates him with imminent threatening danger that would reduce a normal man to assuming the fetal position - scratch that, even more 'inexperienced wrestlers' would do the same thing. -Cena really does act like an inhuman animal throughout this match, showing the considerable gap between the two of them in which "while I've been away Cena, I've just gotten THAT much better!" -However, miraculous as it may seem, I actually found myself rooting Cena on toward the end, simply cause I was kinda curious to have the match result in the exact opposite of what we 'know' can be the only logical outcome, just simply to defy everyone's expectations - non-conformity, you know how it is. (strange to find myself saying that about the KING of conformity?) --True story, I found myself having an inspiring dream during a week where I was going through a difficult time, and the dream had this match in it - the outcome was the same. But the point is very clear, about what this match represents - believe in the 'impossible'!...

Average listal rating (19 ratings) 6.8 IMDB Rating 0
Gail Kim(c) vs. Awesome Kong
No DQ match for the TNA Knockouts Championship

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Average listal rating (6 ratings) 7.5 IMDB Rating 0
Samoa Joe vs. CM Punk

Samoa Joe vs. CM Punk
Shawn Michaels vs. Kurt Angle

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Average listal rating (55 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 0
Chris Beniot vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Triple H(c)
Triple Threat match for the World Heavyweight Championship

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Average listal rating (10 ratings) 7.2 IMDB Rating 0
Samoa Joe vs. Kurt Angle

Samoa Joe vs. Kurt Angle
30-min. Ironman Math

Samoa Joe vs. Kurt Angel(c)
TNA World Heavyweight Championship Match inside the Six Sides of Steel

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Average listal rating (55 ratings) 7.1 IMDB Rating 0
Brock Lesnar vs. Kurt Angle(c)
WWE Championship Match

Brock Lesnar vs. Kurt Angle(c)
WWE Championship Match

Brock Lesnar vs. Kurt Angle(c)
WWE Championship Match

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The Undertaker vs. Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka
(March 24, 1991)

It's safe to assume that Superfly came nowhere NEAR 'ending the Streak!' held at WRESTLEMANIA 7 in 1991 this match only lasted about 6 minutes and transpired only a few months after the Undertaker's debut in the company. There was no real precognitive planning that went in the booking of this match for the bill. Taker could have wrestled this match with his eyes closed, or in his sleep. That's not to say that Snuka is not a supreme wrestler, on the contrary he's been hailed quite often for being one of the 'toughest' SOBs that ever wrestled in the WWE, LONG before the company "got the F out" and still long before the numerals 3: 16 became engraved in wrestling fans subconscious!

However, it's quite clear here that Snuka's job this night was to job to a then FRESH Undertaker on order to put him over, cause Vince had 'big plans' for him in the future...

There's really nothing much noteworthy here, we didn't even get to see any of Snuka's signature moves? Still, I'm sure it must have been AWE-INSPIRING, as it was me growing up a life-long Taker fan since I was just a lil' angst ridden youth comin' up in the 90s'. Those people in the audience were sure some LUCKY SOBs!!!...

The Undertaker vs. Jake "the Snake" Robers
April 5, 1992

This was basically the first year Taker was being played as a face, Roberts (who off screen is credited with teaching both Taker and Stone Cold Steve Austin the valuable art of 'ring psychology') was the heel going in and give it up for Roberts, LONG before Triple H, no one was more worthy of being labeled 'the cerebral assassin' than Jake the Snake. Truly embodying his name he WAS the Snake, cold and contemplating. Laid back, cool, calm, always has a backup plan. On paper he seems like the perfect guy to challenge the Deadman?

Long before there even was a streak (wouldn't it be hilarious, if not confusing, to hear the commentators discussing 'the Streak' during the match?) this match was simply a means to an end. Right at the time the two wrestlers were 'red hot' and you couldn't come up with a more 'bizarre' sparing concept than putting Roberts against Taker. -As for the match itself, there's really not much to say, it was yet another short match, although this is really the FIRST time the audience member truly feels as though Undertaker BEAT somebody at WM. It may seem silly to modern wrestling fans but please take into account that 'at the time', this was way back when DDT was actually seen as a 'dangerous' move, it was believed you could 'kill a guy' with that? -The fact that Roberts delivers TWO DDTs to the Undertaker, and he still manages to sit up - was considered in those days to be superhuman! --What me and my bro found to be even MORE shocking was the Undertaker using the tombstone on Jake the Snake on the outside of the ring? May not seem like much today, but for those days, that would have been the equivalent of piledriving some guy on the cement!-

The Undertaker vs. Giant Gonzalez
April 4, 1993

Believe it or not folks, Taker I think has never come closer to losing his precious 'streak' at WM than early on in 1993 when he faced one of his 'largest' opponents to date, Giant Gonzalez. A giant wrestler from Argentina who before making the leap over to the WWF, was previously in WCW wrestling under 'El Gigante', I saw a match where he wrestled Cactus Jack - righteous! Despite being heavily promoted and given the prestigious second last match slot on the card, this match was actually a real 'mess' and has since become quite dated.

There's absolutely nothing suspenseful about this one. Every bit of it is a 'work'. Meant to fuel the storyline and continue Gonzalez's short-lived stay in the company. They only two reasons I bother including this one is for the simple fact that it's part of the lineage, and the fact that it has a bit of a sentimental quality for me personally. --This was around the very year that my best friend would be getting me interested in pro-wrestling, and it just so happens to be the first real year he suckered me in to becoming a Taker fan. We were totally geeks when it came to big guys and we were absolutely addicted to everyone's 'height' in pro wrestling and oddly enough - it seemed that the early years of Taker had a bit of a recurring theme and a strange promotion for his character on the part of 'creative'. When Taker first entered after the WWF got him from WCW, he was the 'big guy' in the company. And rather than have him fight the general population like every other wrestler it seemed Vince had 'plans' for the Dead Man, and seemed to hold him back - have him feud with his own brand of random 'defunct oddities', and it just so happened most of those oddities ended up being 'larger' than Taker. Has was that possible? That's really what blew our minds, me and my friend Daniel, about Giant Gonzalez. We would have very 'geeky' conversations for hours all the time about hypothetically how high this guy must be able to chokeslam someone. --Around the same time the WWF was becoming an unstoppable juggernaut in terms of pop-culture phenomena as this was the year JR joined the company, the year "Monday Night Raw" debuted, the year Bret Hart forced the Hogan era out and ushered in the new generation, plus WWF fans everywhere wanted their hands on VHS tapes and they were readily available at the local rental store. That's where we first became privy to the storyline between these two - as Gonzalez was the one responsible for costing the Undertaker his shot at winning the Royal Rumble, by beating him up at the event. Probably for the benefit of the other wrestlers cause that was really the only logical way anyone was gonna throw out this inhuman slayer.

Well, looking back, the match was a real disaster, compared to today's standards anyway. It's a really short match and most of it was consumed with silly gimmicks and theatrics. Taker spends most of the match trying to knock Gonzalez off his feet but seems unable to for most of it. Then Gonzalez supposedly kills Taker by knocking him out with chloroform? In the end, Taker only wins by Gonzalez getting disqualified. Fans may only wish to check this out for the simple reason that it's part of the history of 'the Streak', if you wish to be informed. -Other than that, how about that entrance! And the cold, deceased look on Undertaker's mug when he makes his miraculous return to the ring!...

The Undertaker vs. King Kong Bundy
April 2, 1995

The Undertaker vs. Diesel (a.k.a. Kevin Nash)
March 31, 1996

The Undertaker vs. Sycho Sid(c) (a.k.a. Sid Justice)
March 23, 1997
World Wrestling Federation Championship Match

The Undertaker vs. Kane
March 29, 1998

The Undertaker vs. the Big Bossman
March 28, 1999
Hell in a Cell Match

The Undertaker vs. Triple H
April 1, 2001

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The Undertaker vs. "the Nature Boy" Ric Flair
March 17, 2002

The Undertaker/(Nathan Jones?) vs. the Big Show/A-Train
March 30, 2003

The Undertaker vs. Kane
March 14, 2004

The Undertaker vs. Randy Orton
April 3, 2005

Believe me or not, I remember quite well, cause I was caught up in the "hype" at the time! Some newbie wrestling fans may not realize this, or be too young to remember, or weren't around when all this was happening and may simply have to go on the match's 'reputation', but I have to make something perfectly clear, so I can once and for all settle this 'tiresome' debate of "who was closer to ending the Streak?" Cause the answer I'm afraid, is really quite simple, and hardly requires such an exhaustive debate, but I appreciate the attention shown to one of the the all time BEST (and my personal fav and former idol) wrestlers of the ring in the Undertaker. There are actually "3" particular points of interest, 3 and 3 'only', and they can be found and discussed on this description box.

But for the sake of argument, probably the number that TRULY stands out out of the ENTIRE 20 fallen, would have to be the 'rather short' bout (but "oh man" is it 'significant'!) at WM 21 between the Undertaker and "the Legend Killer" Randy Orton. What's notable about this particular match is the "hype" that was surrounding it at the time. If you of the butting internet universe will simply do your research, you would know that during the early reign of "Killer" Randy, this young athletic good looking guy was actually quite the prodigy and regarded as 'quite hot' at the time! If you do the math, Randy (3rd generation superstar of two previous wrestlers in the family to come before him) followed in the footsteps of "the People's Champ" the Rock, and some may argue far surpassed it! With his whole future ahead of him he entered the WWE 'post-Invasion' after "killing" the entire competition in OVW, to go on to join a faction with Triple H and the Nature Boy, win and possess the Intercontinental Title, receive high praise for his brutal hardcore match with Mick Foley, only to win the coveted World Heavyweight Championship from Chris Beniot in Toronto a few months later to BEAT Brock Lesnar's record set two years prior in becoming the YOUNGEST World Champion in pro-wrestling history at only "24"?!! Hot damn, if there was ever ANYONE to challenge the Undertaker at WRESTLEMANIA a few months down the road, it was Randy!?!

I'm not exaggerating when I tell you that the entire wrestling community on the message boards were in a frenzy over the planning of this match! And numerous "leaks" were fueled over the internet by anonymous people who claimed to be "in the know" on such matters, and were dropping hints as to which way the match might 'swing' this year? Yes that's right kiddies, believe or not - but THIS was actually the pivotal moment in history where your 'beloved hero' (no disrespect intended) came within a 'hair inch' of losing seemingly the only record that "matters" in the WWE. That's not to say Vince had lost faith in his prized long time collaborator in the Phenom Taker, that's just simply a statement telling y'all just hot HOT Randy was at the time of this match's construction?!

Apparently, the big "suspicion" over the impending outcome of the match, which lead to all the controversy, was due to the fact that this particular year Randy was "unlucky number 13!" And as such, if there was EVER a year to tune, bring all your prayers and cross all your fingers, THIS WAS THE YEAR! --And MY GOD did it live up to it's expectations! --In the match Orton came within an "inch" of beating the Undertaker, and I'm telling you folks this as a Taker fan myself - my heart skipped a beat and I stopped breathing! -Never before had anyone reversed the chokeslam into an RKO the way Orton pulled one out out of nowhere on the split of a dime! I'm certain right at this moment, the entire internet community believed they were witnessing the dreaded "agreed outcome" the two and programming management had come into agreement on! Words can not do justice what it felt like to see the Undertaker's reaction as the ref was bringing the hand down for 3!?!

Subsequently, it would be days later when the rumor would circulate around the message boards that it had been reported Orton had injured himself (before) the night of the match, and it was eventually written into the script to continue the feud. But ever since then, speculation has continued to haunt the surrounding of this match "to this very day" over whether or not "the injury" TRULY had anything to do with the final outcome of the match! This is the stuff of 'Legends'...

The Undertaker vs. Mark Henry
April 2, 2006
Casket Match

The Undertaker vs. Batista(c)
April 1, 2007
World Heavyweight Championship Match

It's ridiculous to me for anybody to possibly even CONSIDER Batista came anywhere NEAR 'ending the Streak' when him and Taker faced off at WM 23? Now, for some reason Dave Batista became a huge hit in the WWE, and shot up the ladder faster than you can say "suck it!" to go on to become one of the biggest names the company has ever produced. Since this is likely the only Batista match you're likely gonna see on here lemme give y'all a little history lesson: 'Dave' began as the big guy "Leviathan" in OVW before getting a WWE contract and before he did, Jim Cornette has stated in shoot interviews that Batista was a very frail and sickly Animal, and shy and hard to work with. Right away Cornette's mission when taking one look at him was to get him to Heavyweight Title status, but unlike most of the talent Batista started late and management had to work FAST to get him up the ladder fast. Well, it payed off, he beat EVERYBODY they put him up against in the promotion (including Taker himself)! -But then, predictably, the WWE almost 'botched' his stay in the company when he finally got his contract, by giving him a silly gimmick to play on Smackdown! Then all of a sudden he started hangin' out with 'Triple H' backstage and suddenly they shot him up to the MOON! (What a lucky break?) Yadda yadda yadda, Batista becomes 'Streakworthy' material a few years later and suddenly everybody (including yours truly) is saying to themself that Batista and the Undertaker would make the PERFECT match at WM, if they were smart?

Dream comes true! -The Undertaker pulls off an inspirational feat by accomplishing the ONE accolade that's aluded him till this date by winning the Royal Rumble (coming down to him and Shawn Michaels) and going on to face the World Champion of his chosing? -Needless to say, Undertaker has no reasoning for choosing Batista other than he appears to be the beefiest guy of the bunch. The build up could have been handled more intelligently, and the program had a very MESSED UP arrangement of the schedule, when it was clear Taker vs. Batista was the most highly promoted match of the evening, yet they put it in the very middle? -Consequently Shawn Michaels went on to face the World Champ anyway by winning a triple threat match on Raw, which the event treated like 'that was MORE impressive than Taker's Royal Rumble win?

But all that is irrelevant when you consider that the match didn't deliver like it promised it would. ONE tombstone Batista, really? That's all it takes to beat you? So much for the fuckin' 'Animal'? They had promoted Batista to seem like the toughest guy in the known Universe and Kane put up much more of a fight than him in years passed? -It's possible this could be due to Batista's behavior backstage cause it's been well recorded than Batista's been known to be a bit of a 'douchebag' behind the scenes, who's totally in love with himself?

At least Taker got a snazzy new belt out of it, something that he's been gunning for for almost a decade now and a decade ago was the last time he was contesting for the World Title at WM. And with that, Taker rightfully puts Batista where he belongs - he becomes a number!

The Undertaker vs. Edge(c)
March 30, 2008
World Heavyweight Championship Match

The Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels
April 5, 2009

The Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels
March 28, 2010
Career vs. Streak Match

The Undertaker vs. Triple H
April 3, 2011
No Holds Bared Match

The Undertaker vs. Triple H
April 1, 2012
Hell in a Cell Match with Shawn Michaels as Special Guest Referee

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I'm starting a new list covering great wrestling matches that I've seen, matches that had HUGE impact on the sport! I've opened it up for everyone to check out, comments are welcome.

I hope you all appreciate how 'tricky' it is to put this all together as you can only really put the name of a person ONCE, some wrestlers have multiple listal profiles which helps, but for the others, I kinda have to 'pick and choose', what was their 'defining moment' as a professional wrestler?...

I was gonna open this up to voting, and I still might, to see what everyone would pick as THE pro wrestling definitive match in all of history!!! But for now, I'll simply take suggestions and if there are any other profiles available for any of these individuals please let me know so I can have more options for displaying matches. For now, let me know what you think of my rankings for the ones that I 'do have'? Enjoy...

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