• The Undertaker Officially Passed The Torch 3 Years Ago Today In His Final “Proper Match”
3 Years ago today, the WWE Extreme Rules 2019 pay-per-view took place at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
This PPV featured The Undertaker’s final “proper match”, as he only had 2 more matches after this – one being a short impromptu match and the other being the cinematic Boneyard Match.
The Undertaker teamed up with Roman Reigns to defeat Shane McMahon & Drew McIntyre. This was the best match of the night and The Deadman tore the roof off with his epic in-ring performance.
Fans gave The Phenom a standing ovation after the match.
Undertaker officially passed the torch that night to Roman Reigns, as he tapped The Big Dog on the chest and said:
“It’s your yard.”
Roman then left the ring to Taker, who had a moment with the fans alone in the ring.
The Undertaker & Roman Reigns defeated Shane McMahon & Drew McIntyre in a No Holds Barred Match 3 years ago today at Extreme Rules 2019.
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Michael Cole said the following on commentary during this moment:
“The Undertaker may be The Deadman, but you are looking at a Living Legend! Enjoy it, ladies & gentlemen. We don’t know how many more times we’re going to be able to enjoy what we witnessed tonight – the absolute athletic prowess of one of the greatest of all time!”
You can watch the complete match and the post-match moments below (this video has over 77 million views on YouTube!):
Below are the complete results from Extreme Rules 2019:
– Intercontinental Championship Match: Shinsuke Nakamura def. Finn Bálor (c) to win the Title [Kickoff Show]
– Cruiserweight Championship Match: Drew Gulak (c) def. Tony Nese to retain the Title [Kickoff Show]
– No Holds Barred Match: The Undertaker & Roman Reigns def. Shane McMahon & Drew McIntyre
– RAW Tag Team Championship Match: The Revival (c) def. The Usos to retain the Titles
– Aleister Black def. Cesaro
– 1-On-2 Handicap Match For The SmackDown Women’s Championship: Bayley (c) def. Alexa Bliss & Nikki Cross to retain the Title
– Last Man Standing Match: Braun Strowman def. Bobby Lashley
– Triple Threat Match For The SmackDown Tag Team Championship: The New Day (Big E & Xavier Woods) def. Daniel Bryan & Rowan (c) and Heavy Machinery (Otis & Tucker) to win the Titles
– United States Championship Match: AJ Styles (c) def. Ricochet to retain the Title
– Kevin Owens def. Dolph Ziggler in 17 seconds
– WWE Championship Match: Kofi Kingston (c) def. Samoa Joe to retain the Title
– Last Chance Winners Take All Extreme Rules Mixed Tag Team Match For The Universal Championship & RAW Women’s Championship: Seth Rollins (c) & Becky Lynch (c) def. Baron Corbin & Lacey Evans to retain the Titles
– Universal Championship Match: Brock Lesnar def. Seth Rollins (c) to win the Title [This was Lesnar’s Money In The Bank contract cash-in match]
WATCH: Michelle McCool’s (The Undertaker’s Wife) Exposing Video:
• ON THIS DAY IN WWE HISTORY (July 14, 2005) – WWE SmackDown!
On this day in 2005, World Wrestling Entertainment aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWE SmackDown!’.
It was pre-taped at the DCU Center in Worcester, Massachusetts and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWE The Great American Bash 2005’ PPV.
Here’s the match-card:
– Juventud Guerrera, Super Crazy & Psychosis vs. Paul London, Scotty Too Hotty & Funaki
– Eddie Guerrero vs. Hardcore Holly
– Christian vs. Booker T
– Batista vs. Orlando Jordan