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Which Undertaker feud is the biggest classic?
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Old 15 Aug 2010, 02:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Undertaker vs Mankind(1996-1997,1998)















Undertaker vs Kane(1997-1998,2001 soon to be 2010)yes they only had 2 feuds before this















Undertaker vs Austin(1998,1999,2001,2002,2003)















Undertaker vs Kane 2004 wasnt a feud since it was mostly return promo's
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The Undertaker vs Kane feud when Kane first made his debut in the WWF was by far there best feud, it basically explained both of there childhoods and got personal it was one of my favorite feuds, there feud in 2004 was also good.
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Undertaker vs. Austin (1998, 1999,2001,2002,2003)
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His fight with Kane at WrestleMania XX.
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Undertaker vs Kane, it had one hell of a storyline.
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The Undertaker and Steve Austin.
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Kane: (WrestleMania XIV. 1997-2000). This feud was personal. We've all been down that road; Family hate, Family Love, Regret, Guilt, Pain, Retribution. It had everything. Paul Bearer was threatening to tell the world The Undertaker?s secret, after Undertaker left Paul Bearer by himself, and when The Undertaker snapped, attacking Paul Bearer, all that was said, and needed to be said, was ?Kane is alive! Your brother Kane is coming!? Paul went on to talk about how Undertaker supposedly killed Kane went he set his parents house on fire. Undertakers parents were dead, and he inadvertently killed his little baby brother. Until Paul revealed, like I said before, he was alive. He was a disfigured monster that wore a mask to cover the scars. The mind games were amazing. Exasperating each other couldn't have been better. With what was available, they capitalized on it and went above and beyond. Here is a short sample of some of the promos between the two Legends:































-Undertaker vs. Kane WrestleMania XIV Promo: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdGjxHdYn_s















-Story of Undertakers Brother Kane: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8fYbVf-TbU (Part 1 only).















-Kane sets his parents casket on fire: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewLaeWOnWSE















-Kane sets Undertaker on fire (in a casket): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3SNELi1PgY















-Undertaker talks about his parent?s death: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dKJfiYXen5I















-Undertaker vs. Kane WrestleMania XIV Highlights: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cjur5dY3xC0















That is just a small part of the Undertaker and Kane feud and other related aspects of this feud that has stretched from 1997-2000 and 2003-2004. Not to mention an amazing, and I do mean amazing, match of the year candidate between Kane and The Undertaker. It would have to be the best Giant vs. Giant match of all time as currently no other superstars have been capable of indulging such a quality and savory match. It took three Tombstone Piledrivers to bring down Kane (unfortunately it takes a Standing Fireman's Carry to take him down now).















Kane was playing mind games with The Undertaker like no other precedent has done before. He destroyed his parent?s caskets by slamming The Undertaker into his mother?s casket, and burning the remains and destroying the grave stones of the parents. From the start it was personal. Kane debuted and cost The Undertaker the match against Shawn Michaels in the first ever Hell in a Cell matches. He used incomparable strength to tear the Cell door off the hinges, and toss it aside. He grabbed the referee and slung him out of his way. Kane and Undertaker were staring down when suddenly; Kane hit The Undertaker with his famous finisher. The Tombstone Piledriver was hit on the Undertaker, something that people didn?t often do in that day. Undertaker vowed not to hurt his own brother. Kane was not a passionate man and he wouldn?t be comfortable until Undertaker was in misery. Soon later, he would go on to cost The Undertaker a match against Shawn Michaels, once again, in a casket match. After a long enough distraction and interference, Shawn (and Kane) placed Taker in a casket, and then Kane burned it. That was the final straw. ?I will not attack my own flesh and blood? would be a mere saying, not an action, as The Undertaker would fight Kane at WrestleMania XIV where it took three Tombstone Piledrivers to take him down. A Tombstone Piledriver, back then, wasn?t something you would kick out of (with the exception of Hogan and Ultimate Warrior) so when Kane kicked out of two, the crowd was shocked and it seemed very perceptible that The Undertaker would go 6-1. In your dreams, The Undertaker hit a last ditch effort with an awkward 3rd Tombstone to win the match. The celebration ended quickly, however, as Kane would Tombstone The Undertaker.















At the Pay per view Unforgiven the Brothers of Destruction would meet, once more, in an Inferno match. The first ever inferno match where the goal was: To make your opponent burn; to literally set him on fire. After a brutal match where Kane was outside of the ring (and Undertaker jumped a wall of fire) it was Kane who would be having a hot night. His arm was set on fire as Kane ran where he needed fire extinguishers to dispose of the flames. The Undertaker had prevailed.































Not only was this an amazing feud with great matches, but many fail to comprehend that it was one of the greatest pushes of all time. Glenn Jacobs?s characters failed all except Kane, that is. He was in a feud with the best. He had an amazing match with the best and whilst masked, was a legend to many. He was pushed to the transcendent level of Pushes in Sports Entertainment. As soon as he came in, he had haters, but when many realized they were witnessing greatness, they then knew that Kane shouldn't be profiled but judged on his in ring ability and mic skills (which was the compilation of Kane and Paul Bearers amazing promos).
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