As Triple H has said on RAW, it will be "the end of an era."
Could this be true? Triple H and the Undertaker are in fact the last two active members of the old generation, the ever-popular Attitude Era.
But after this match, could this be the curtain call for both superstars? (And by that I mean, will this be the last time we see either superstar wrestle in a match for a long time? Because, let's be honest, these are two huge moneymakers; you honestly think it's just going to end right then and there?)
What else could they mean by that? The end of their style—the old-school, aggressive, bloody and sometimes raunchy brawling that we've come to know and love from these two over the years? (This is the PG era, after all; speaking of which, will either of them even bleed in this match?)
The era of imaginative characters? After all, in an era where everyone's more realistic and the industry has nearly stopped using fantasy-like characters and gimmicks, Undertaker and Kane are really the only two left, and Triple H is one of the few multidimensional guys you see in the company.