WrestleMania is less than a week away now, taking place in five days this Sunday. With so many great matches scheduled to take place, it will certainly be a fantastic show.
There is the "Once in a Lifetime" match with John Cena versus the Rock.
WWE Champion CM Punk taking on Chris Jericho in a personal feud.
World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan taking on Royal Rumble winner Sheamus.
Team Teddy taking on Team Johnny in a battle for control of both shows.
However, the match that will steal the show will not be any of the ones listed above. It will in fact be a match that has kind of been seen before. It will be the rematch between Triple H and the Undertaker. The only difference this time is it will be held inside the Demon's Chamber, Hell in a Cell.
These two faced off at last year's WrestleMania in one of the most intense and devastating matches that we have witnessed. Both superstars pulled out everything they had, crushing each other with steel chairs, throwing each other through tables and taking bumps on the very hard padding outside the ring.
We witnessed Triple H use Undertaker's own finishing maneuver, the Tombstone Piledriver against him. Taker kicked out much to the surprise of Triple H. When Triple H got desperate and went for his favorite sledgehammer, 'Taker surprised him with the Gates of Hell and made Triple H tap out.
Now these two superstars will face off in a Hell in the Cell match. The promotion behind this match is that it is the "End of an Era" match between two of the top superstars for the last couple decades. Both superstars have spent a collective 39 years in the ring. They have held 20 World Championships combined.
Truly the end of an era.
The Undertaker sought out Triple H last month on RAW to challenge him once again at WrestleMania. He needed to redeem himself after appearing surprisingly human at last year's WrestleMania when he took on Triple H. While victorious in the battle, 'Taker did not walk out of the ring on his own will.
The only way 'Taker was able to get the match was to get under Triple H's skin. He kept telling Triple H that he would never be able to do what his best friend Shawn Michaels couldn't do, and that was end the streak. The reason why? Because Shawn Michaels is better.
Triple H is out to prove that he not only can conquer the Undertaker this Sunday, but that he is better than Shawn and will end the streak.
Both superstars are veterans in the Hell in a Cell match. While the match is most closely linked with The Undertaker, who wrestled in the very first match versus Shawn Michaels in October of 1997 and was the one responsible for Mick Foley's flight off the top of the cell, Triple H has actually had more success in the match. Undertaker has a 5-5-1 record in the match, while Triple H holds a 6-2 record.
One can not forget about the potential wildcard in this match either. This match will not be officiated by a standard referee. The special guest referee will be none other than Shawn Michaels himself.
Who will win the match?
The Heartbreak Kid had multiple attempts himself at taking out The Undertaker at WrestleMania. He came very close both times, and earned the Match of the Year honors in his last one that forced Michaels to retire from the business.
Going into the match, it appears that the odds are staked against The Undertaker. He has to take on the man that left him lying in the middle of the ring and almost ended the streak last year in Triple H, in a match environment that has historically favored Triple H, and features Triple H's best friend Shawn Michaels as the special guest referee, who The Undertaker forced into retirement by defeating him at WrestleMania.
With so much on the line in this match, it is going to be incredible to watch. These two superstars put on a great show last year, and are expected to do the same this year inside the Demon's Chamber. Tossing Shawn Michaels into the mix is brilliant.
This match is guaranteed to steal the show. What exactly will happen though?
Will Triple H finally end The Undertaker's streak? What role will Shawn Michaels play in the decision of the match? Will he call it right down the middle, or will he favor his best friend Triple H?
Will he side with The Undertaker and the WWE Universe witness Triple H turn on his best friend? Will The Undertaker's streak reach a legendary 20-0?
We will find out in five short days.