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John Cena vs. Edge
John Cena vs. Edge in a Last Man Standing Match (Backlash 2009)
As great as their rivalry was over the course of 2006, Cena and Edge also had a fun feud for what it was worth over the World Heavyweight Championship in early 2009. After Cena won the world title in a Triple Threat at WrestleMania 25, they met in a rematch at the last Backlash under Last Man Standing rules. They brawled all over the arena before Big Show famously sent Cena spiraling through the spotlight on the stage.
Edge vs. Chris Jericho in a Steel Cage Match (Extreme Rules 2010)
The feud between Edge and Jericho on the road to WrestleMania 26 is often overlooked. While it wasn't as good when it wasn't over the World Heavyweight Championship, they still had great matches. In this stellar Steel Cage match, Edge Speared Jericho into next week, ending the match and rivalry as the victor.
The Miz vs. Daniel Bryan (Night of Champions 2010)
I, personally, loved the rivalry between Miz and Bryan in 2010 and their United States Championship match from Night of Champions is a guilty pleasure of mine. Miz proved he is a much better in-ring worker than he is often given credit for and Bryan solidified himself as more than just a flash in the pan by forcing The Awesome One to tap out and capture the star-spangled prize.
Edge vs. Dolph Ziggler (Royal Rumble 2011)
Did you know Edge and Ziggler were once traveling buddies? Well, now you know! That's what made this match that much more meaningful to both of them. Everyone in attendance knew Ziggler wasn't walking away with the world title, but they suspended their disbelief for just a moment when Ziggler scored a very close two count on Edge.
CM Punk vs. Randy Orton in a Last Man Standing Match (Extreme Rules 2011)
The rivalry between Punk and Orton was nothing to write home about since Orton dominated almost all of it, but their matches are highly underrated. They nearly stole the show at WrestleMania 27 and followed it up with an excellent Last Man Standing match at Extreme Rules, where The Viper once again emerged victorious.
Triple H vs. Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell Match (WrestleMania 28)
Had I not already put so many matches from the year 2012 on this list, this match would've made it. Nonetheless, it was a phenomenal match not known for its mat wrestling, but its raw emotion and suspense. Everyone involved, including special guest referee Shawn Michaels, played their parts to perfection and almost convinced viewers that "the streak" could come to an end that night.
CM Punk vs. Chris Jericho in a Chicago Street Fight (Extreme Rules 2012)
Punk and Jericho had several solid matches before this point, but none as great as this encounter. They brawled into the Chicago crowd and Punk was finally able to exact revenge on the man who degraded his family. Two matches from the same pay-per-view were already listed, hence why this bout failed to crack the list. In other words, just watch the pay-per-view in its entirety.
John Cena vs. Dolph Ziggler in a Ladder Match (TLC 2012)
Yes, there was a point where Ziggler was actually credible and was headlining pay-per-views with top stars, Cena being one of them. Cena gave Ziggler his best WWE match to date and had a heck of a performance himself. You'll see several Ladder matches on this list, but this one is also worth a watch.
Undertaker vs. CM Punk (WrestleMania 29)
Not many people look back fondly on WrestleMania 29 due to its sheer predictability, but at least this match was the saving grace of the show. Granted, the buildup was lackluster, but the match itself definitely delivered and continued the strong streak of fantastic Undertaker matches at 'Mania.
The Shield vs. Cody Rhodes and Goldust (Battleground 2013)
Similar to WrestleMania 29, I don't think many fans are scurrying to go back and watch 2013's Battleground event in its entirety on the WWE Network. However, do check out this awesome tag team match pitting Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns against Cody Rhodes and Goldust. It raised the bar for tag team wrestling and was the first glimpse at the great team that would become the Rhodes brothers.