Vince/Shane vs. HBK/God. Teh lulz at the start are just too much lol.
Vince: Get jiggy with it!
JR: McMahon wants God to get jiggy with it.
Never has blasphemy made me laugh so much. And the spotlight moving forward with the music...
For the "match you like but everybody else didn't":
I liked Cena/JBL WM21 to an extent and I've only heard people criticize it. Not a perfect match by any means, but enjoyable for the 10 minutes it got. I also enjoyed the 3SOH match between HHH/HBK which everybody seems to be shitting on in this thread.
With mention of an MSG set potentially coming out next year, I realised I had a bunch of MSG Classic shows on my pc. Watched the first one which featured a super fun Hogan/Bossman match, an awesome Rockers/Brainbusters match, and then this:
Mr Perfect Vs Ronnie Garvin. Early into Perfect's WWF career, but he looks great already. Garvin is a great puncher, and Perfect sells everything wonderfully. Open few minutes are a ton of fun (Garvin stomping on Perfect's hand while he's outside recovering from a few blows to the head is awesome), then they slow things down and get some heat on Perfect with some headlocks, and then they finish up with some nice back and forth action and again Garvin looks great throwing punches and other blows while Perfect sells really well. Finish keeps Garvin looking strong while showing that Perfect can get the win over even the toughest of opponents. Would be cool to see this on the DVD set.
New Update - May 26th 2016 - Big Cal Plays - Oniken!!!
They have already done a DVD about Austin vs McMahon.
J.R:"Everybody claims to be an icon and claims to be something special,and maybe they were in their day
None will Ever surpass the Undertaker in my view"
Kurt Angle:"He is our leader, and I consider Undertaker the best ever"
Shawn Michaels:"Wrestling against Undertaker was the best professional experience of my life."
Triple H:"He is The Greatest Legend in the history of this business"
Michael Cole:"The biggest Smackdown and WWE superstar of all time,the legendary Undertaker".
Mark Henry:"it's hard not to put The Undertaker in the same breath as Hogan and Rock because not only has he served more years as them, but collectively, I'm sure he's sold out and made more money than all of them."