Tag Archives: Undertaker

Best Pay-Per-View Matches 2016

Best PPV Matches 2016

Release Date: Tuesday, January 17, 2017
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Superstar Collection: Shawn Michaels

Shawn Michaels

October 23, 2012
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WWE: The Best of SmackDown – 10th Anniversary, 1999-2009

September 15, 2009
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WWE Armageddon 2007

MATCH #1: United States Championship Match – MVP vs. Rey Mysterio

MVP has been the champion since 5.20.07, and this is just his fourth defense. I’m not sure why the champion comes out first, since the title is on the line for the first time since Cyber Sunday, which was about six weeks before this. Rey starts off on offense, moving quickly to keep MVP from gaining an advantage. MVP takes a powder and tries to call a time out, but Rey jumps over the referee with a twisting dive to the floor. Back in the ring Rey remains in control. MVP finally counters Rey with an alley-oop powerbomb into the top turnbuckle. MVP targets the neck now. Rey comes back with a hurricanrana but misses a move and hurts his knee. He hits an Arabian Press anyway for two. Continue reading


WWE No Way Out 2007

Staples Center – Los Angeles, California – February 18, 2007

MATCH #1: Chris Benoit & The Hardys vs. MNM & MVP

Jeff Hardy is the current Intercontinental Champion and Benoit is the current U.S. Champion. Matt and Mercury start the match. The Hardys take control early on, but the momentum shifts several times in the opening minutes. Benoit takes particular pleasure in getting to be in the ring with his nemesis MVP. Jeff tries to keep things going his team’s way but MNM uses some chicanery to isolate him in their half of the ring. It’s always a wise choice to make Jeff Hardy the face-in-peril. Jeff comes back with the Whisper in the Wind on Nitro and makes the tag to his brother. Matt is a house afire but once gain the team of acronyms uses some questionable tactics to cut him off. Matt comes back with a clothesline on Nitro and makes the tag to Benoit. The U.S. Champion is intense, throwing around all three members of the opposing team. Benoit hits a double German Suplex on MNM, and then Nitro and MVP are hurled to the floor. The Hardys hit Mercury with the Poetry in Motion. Matt follows with the Twist of Fate and Jeff hits the Swanton. Benoit then hits the diving headbutt and MVP breaks up the pinfall. The Hardys and MNM battle on the floor. MVP tries to hit Benoit with the U.S. Title belt but Benoit ducks it and locks on the Crippler Crossface! Continue reading


Kane – Journey to Hell

MATCH #1: Inferno Match – Kane vs. Undertaker, Unforgiven, 4.26.98

The visual of the inferno match is admittedly pretty cool. Undertaker attacks first and does what he does. Kane fights back and does what he does. The flames periodically shoot up higher, and that’s just about the only time the crowd pops. Bearer throws a chair into the ring and Kane lands an unprotected shot to the head. Then nothing happens and they go back to doing the same old crap they were doing before. Kane controls for a while but the crowd starts to pick up when Undertaker comes back, only to be cut off by a Kane choke slam. Undertaker gets up and hits one of his own. Then, again, nothing happens. Continue reading


WWE No Way Out 2006

First Mariner Arena – Baltimore, Maryland – February 19, 2006

MATCH #1: Cruiserweight Championship Match – Gregory Helms vs. Scotty 2 Hotty vs. Paul London vs. Brian Kendrick vs. Funaki vs. Super Crazy vs. Psicosis vs. Nunzio vs. Kid Kash

Helms has been the Champion since 1.29.06, and this is his third defense. This is sudden death, not gauntlet style like last year. This one will be tough to do play-by-play on with nine guys all going at it. One thing I can say is that the other eight guys all want a piece of Helms – for one he is the Champion, and for two he surprised everyone by coming over from Raw and sneakily winning the title. London and Kendrick work as a team, as do the Mexicools. The challengers all gang up on Helms and stomp him down. More stuff happens and the crowd pops intermittently. London and Nunzio end up in the ring together and Nunzio hits the Sicilian Slice for two when Kendrick breaks it up. The ring clears again and this time it’s Scotty and Helms left over. Scotty hits the Worm, which is still over. Continue reading