The last episode of Smackdown! before No Way Out 2003, the segment between The Rock and Hulk Hogan is what turned me on to professional wrestling. My dad taped the shows every week and I started to sit with him and watch and he would tell me the history of certain wrestlers and the feuds and matches they had partaken in. I would take that information and research to further my knowledge on the company, so I wouldn't remain ignorant to the product. I loved to watch with my dad and little brother and watch my favorite wrestlers like Kurt Angle, Hulk Hogan, The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Goldberg, and my favorite of all time, Shawn Michaels. Now-a-days, I still watch, but I do not see the show as it once was, as an amazing spectacle that captivated me at a young age, but a show that has deteriorated in quality and has lackluster entertainment attempts to make up for the lack of depth in character(s). But CM Punk is still cool. And Kane and The Undertaker haven't lost a step since I first saw them in 2003, at least in my opinion.