The Undertaker Reveals The Four WWE Matches He Is Most Proud Of In His Illustrious Career
The Undertaker has revealed that his four consecutive showdowns against Shawn Michaels and Triple H at WrestleMania are the matches he is most proud of in his historic WWE career.
The 55-year-old wrestling legend, real name Mark Calaway, clashed with Hall of Famer Michaels at 2009's WrestleMania XXV in one of the best WWE matches of all time.
And the two WWE legends would follow it up with another epic encounter a year later at WrestleMania XXVI in a no DQ streak vs career match.
'Taker, who won both times against Michaels, would then face Triple H at 2011's WrestleMania XXVII and 2012's WrestleMania XXVIII.
Speaking on the upcoming third episode of Undertaker: The Last Ride, the 'Phenom' said there are a lot of career moments that are "very near and dear to my heart."
But The Undertaker said he was most proud of how the matches and storylines for the two back-to-back WrestleMania clashes with Michaels and Triple H played out.
"I've got a lot of moments in my career that I hold very near and dear to my heart and are very special to me with a lot of different guys," he said.
"And no disrespect to anybody, but you know, overall what I'm most proud of, as far as matches and storylines and all that, are the four matches that I had. The two with Shawn and the two with Triple H."
The Undertaker, who reportedly inked a whopping 15-year deal with WWE in 2019, went on to say he would put both matches with Michaels against any other.
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"The two matches with Shawn... man, I'll put them up against any," the 'Deadman' said.
'Taker previously opened up about his dislike for Michaels in the 1990s and even admitted he would not "p**s on him" if he were on fire.
During Chapter 3: End of an Era, the future Hall of Famer reiterated his frustration towards Michaels three decades ago.
But The Undertaker added that he couldn't think of anybody who he wanted to work in the ring with more than the 'Heartbreak Kid.'
"It was no secret early on I was not a big fan of Shawn Michaels," he said.
"Shawn rubbed me the wrong way outside of the ring, but I can't really think of anybody that I'd rather have worked with in the ring than Shawn. He's just that good."
Undertaker: The Last Ride Chapter 3: End of an Era will premiere live on the WWE Network on Sunday.
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