Before I get to my top seven, there are two matches worth mentioning.
Vs. John Cena – Backlash 2003
After defeating Kurt Angle for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania XIX, Brock Lesnar's next opponent was the young John Cena.
Lesnar spent most of the match dominating Cena with thunderous knees to the gut. Cena gained the upper hand with a knee of his own and a leg drop from the top rope. Cena continued the attack on the outside, where he smashed Lesnar's face into the steel post.
Back in the ring, Lesnar came back with three clotheslines and a huge powerslam. Cena threw Lesnar, who almost hit the referee, into the corner. With the ref's back turned, Cena hit a low blow and almost got the win.
Cena went to use his chain, but the ref caught him and tossed it out. This allowed Lesnar to recover and hit the F5 for the win.
This was a good match, but it wasn't pay-per-view quality like the others on the list. It did, however, give the fans a chance to see Cena in the top spot, something that wouldn't come for another two years.
Vs. Undertaker – No Mercy 2003
When these two fought in the Biker Chain match at No Mercy 2003, it was the third match in their rivalry. They fought at Unforgiven 2002, ending in a double disqualification, and the following month at No Mercy 2002 in a Hell in a Cell match.
As soon as the bell rang, both men began brawling. Undertaker quickly connected with Old School. Undertaker continued the assault outside the ring, but Lesnar came back. He tossed Undertaker into the steel steps.
Back in the ring, both men traded big shots. Undertaker landed his flying lariat while Lesnar connected with a running slam. Lesnar brought in the steel steps. On the outside, Undertaker hit a piledriver on the steps.
Later, Undertaker went on a tear as he hit two body splashes and a big boot. He went for the chokeslam, but Lesnar countered and hit a spine buster. After Undertaker chokeslammed Lesnar from the top, the Full Blooded Italians attacked The Deadman.
Undertaker grabbed the chain, but Mr. McMahon shook the ropes and forced Undertaker to land in an uncomfortable position. Lesnar grabbed the chain, wrapped it around his fist, punched Undertaker and won.
It was another brawl, but a good match overall. The biggest thing from this match was the interference from Mr. McMahon. It was the catalyst for the buried alive match at Survivor Series.