The Undertake-Triple H "End of an Era" match was an amazing, back-and-forth affair that lasted around 45 minutes in total.
There were times Hunter dominated the Dead Man with a chair he yanked out from underneath the ring. And there were moments when the Undertaker looked like he had no regard for human life, beating the living hell out of Triple H and even abruptly (and confusingly) locking referee Shawn Michaels in his patented "Hell's Gate" maneuver.
But the most fascinating part of the match was that Michaels, with his ties to both competitors, spent a good portion of the match trying to prevent them from destroying each other.
For long periods of time, HBK even leaned into a neutral corner with a confused, concerned look on his face, hating to see either of his amigos lay waste to the other.
He didn't know who to help or who to root for. He just sat in the corner, crying and gesturing like a mental patient. Great drama.