A last-second stipulation change, steel chairs, sledgehammers, and a Sweet Chin Music into a Pedigree. What a match between Triple H and The Undertaker.
At WrestleManias 25 and XXVI, The Undertaker went to war with Shawn Michaels. Then at WrestleManias XXVII and XXVIII, The Deadman did the same versus Triple H, with HBK as the special guest referee for the second of those matches. Who would have thought that all these years later, they would all be involved in the same main event match once again?
In a bout that has been labeled the "last time ever" The Game and The Phenom went head to head at Super Show-Down. HBK stood in the corner of Triple H while Kane accompanied Taker to the ring. If all of that wasn't enough, it was revealed seconds before the match got underway that it would be a no disqualification affair.
That change naturally played into the match quite a bit. The two veterans battled all the way around the Melbourne Cricket Ground, and it also meant Kane and Michaels could get involved. With The Big Red Machine down and out after being put through a table, Taker began to decimate his opponent between the ropes with a steel chair, using it to coax HBK into the ring.
Eventually, The Game swung the momentum back in his favor. With Kane still out for the count, he and Michaels went about bringing things to an end. A Sweet Chin Music that knocked The Undertaker straight into a Pedigree, the move that failed to finish him off at WrestleMania XXVIII, proved to be the last nail in the legend's coffin. A loss after all these years was clearly too bitter of a pill to swallow for The Phenom, though.
All four men embraced and celebrated after the match, but The Brothers Of Destruction were not in the mood to kiss and make up. Both men turned on their rivals and Taker delivered a Tombstone to Triple H. Both he and Kane then took HBK out of the ring and Taker proceeded to chokeslam him through the announce desk. It would seem that the rumored Brothers Of Destruction versus D-Generation X match will be happening after all.