The overall execution of the match was excellent, and the 54-year-old Undertaker tuned in one of his finest performances in recent memory. It certainly beats the lackluster match he had against Goldberg at Super ShowDown - and it was better overall than the one he took par in at Crown Jewel - where the Brothers of Destruction lost to D-Generation X.
WWE insider Brad Shepard reported that The Deadman "was extremely happy" after the match and even gave McIntyre a hug. In all, the four superstars were thrilled with how the match went down.
The incredible No Holds Barred match went on for 17 minutes, and it was full of hardcore moments and crazy bumps. Shane jumped off the top ropes and onto Undertaker, who was placed on the announcing table.
Despite that - and interference from Elias - McMahon and McIntyre were unable to put away the Graveyard Dogs. Undertaker made a successful return to the ring and erased the memory of that forgettable match against Goldberg several weeks ago. It's no wonder Undertaker isn't ready to retire yet, because he's still going strong and capable of putting on top quality matches.
It's been speculated that Undertaker and McIntyre will face off at WrestleMania 36 next year, but that obviously remains to be seen. The Summerslam pay-per-view is only a month away now, and since it's one of WWE's marquee pay-per-view events, it wouldn't be a surprise if Undertaker wound up making another appearance for the big show in Toronto.
What This Means
It was certainly big-time redemption for Undertaker following the disappointing match against Goldberg. All four superstars put in tremendous efforts for this match, and it set the tone for what turned out to be an excellent pay-per-view. As long as Undertaker stays fresh and in strong shape, he won't have to consider retirement any time soon.