Five years from now, this will most likely be the first thing people think of when they hear, "Wrestlemania 27."
This was Triple H's career defining Wrestlemania match.
Too many times, he was overshadowed by matches further down the card, but not this time.
The Undertaker and Triple H put on a clinic, one of the greatest matches in WrestleMania history.
There were so many huge spots: Triple H back body dropped off the announce table, Undertaker jumps over the top rope to the outside, Triple H spinebuster through the table, etc.
Going into this match, I thought there was no chance that Triple H would win, but by the end, I was pissed that he lost. And that shows the definition of a great match; the Undertaker and Triple H got me to believe that the outcome could be different than I previously thought, which is a testament to their work.
It was amazing to see how hyped the crowd was when Triple H hit the Tombstone on the Undertaker. I wrote last week that using your opponents finishers should reemerge in matches, and it did in this one. No wonder it was a classic.
Pre-WrestleMania Ranking: 2
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