HHH has always been the guy in the business who would cross paths with all the top WWE contenders at one time or another.
He feuded with the likes of Ultimate Warrior, Hogan, Jericho, Rock, Austin, HBK, Bret and Owen Hart, Kane, Cena, Orton, Batista, Angle, Benoit, Flair etc..
However none stand out more then his feud and matches with the Deadman. It was during Wrestlemania 17 in a match in which many of us thought, that the Streak was going to be nothing more but a mere memory, after defeating Stone cold 1 month prior in 2 out of 3 falls match, it was only natural to call HHH the better man going on into this feud.
For me this was one Taker's more graceful Wrestlemania matches, it had everything from suspense to just plain awe.
Taker eventually managed to finish of The Game after giving him a skull crashing Tombstone Piledriver that could be heard all over Texas
The two would go onto feud for several more months, this time with the addition of Kane and Austin,
HHH cost Taker the WWE title on numerous occasions during this time, however Taker would never forget this and 1 year later he cost HHH his Undisputed WWE Championship, thus allowing Hogan to pick up his first major gold since returning to the company.
Though the two men never really crossed paths after that seen as how HHH was on Raw and Taker on Smackdown it is always believed that with HBK gone, they are the only two men left in the business that come from a dynasty of wrestling talent, an age which saw greats rise and legends conquer.
Rival Radar: 7
Motives:Two greats left who is the best?
Knack of costing each other the gold.