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The 10 Best WWE Matches


It's challenging to definitively determine the "10 best" WWE matches of all time because wrestling preferences are highly subjective, and what makes a match great can vary from person to person. However, the following list includes ten WWE matches that are widely celebrated for their storytelling, in-ring action, and impact on the wrestling industry. Each match is accompanied by a brief explanation of why it is considered one of the best:


The Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels - WrestleMania 25:

This match is often lauded for its incredible storytelling, dramatic near-falls, and the emotional investment it generated from the audience.

Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Bret Hart - WrestleMania 13:

This match is celebrated for its intense and innovative storytelling, as it saw Stone Cold transform into a fan-favorite while Hart turned heel.

The Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin - WrestleMania X-7:

Known for its fast-paced action and iconic status, it remains one of the most memorable main events in WrestleMania history.

Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michaels - WrestleMania 12:

The Iron Man match is celebrated for its technical wrestling, and it showcased both wrestlers' incredible athleticism and stamina.

The Rock vs. Hulk Hogan - WrestleMania X8:

This match is famous for the incredible crowd energy and the epic clash of two wrestling generations.

CM Punk vs. John Cena - Money in the Bank 2011: This bout is often cited as one of the best modern-era matches due to its gripping storyline, excellent wrestling, and the real-life contract situation with CM Punk.

The Undertaker vs. Triple H - WrestleMania 28: The "End of an Era" Hell in a Cell match had a compelling narrative and featured two legends in a highly emotional encounter.

Ric Flair vs. Shawn Michaels - WrestleMania 24: The match is celebrated for the emotional storytelling and respect between the two competitors, culminating in Ric Flair's retirement.

Bret Hart vs. Steve Austin - WrestleMania 13: This match is significant for its "double-turn" storytelling, transforming Stone Cold into a beloved babyface and Bret Hart into a heel.

Kurt Angle vs. Shane McMahon - King of the Ring 2001: This match featured high-risk stunts and athleticism, leaving a lasting impact due to Shane McMahon's willingness to push the boundaries of what a non-wrestler could do in a match.


These matches are considered some of the best in WWE history due to their blend of storytelling, athleticism, and the lasting impact they had on the wrestling world. However, the "best" matches are subjective and can vary from person to person based on their personal preferences and favorite wrestlers.

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