"Undertaker vs. Jeff Hardy, Raw 2002" takes on "Two Man Power Trip vs. Chris Jericho and Chris Benoit, Raw 2001" in the latest match-up in the Cageside Seats Greatest Matches Tournament.
The Cageside Seats Greatest Matches Tournament continues today with a match-up pitting number seven seed "Undertaker vs. Jeff Hardy, Raw 2002" taking on number 10 seed "Two Man Power Trip vs. Chris Jericho and Chris Benoit, Raw 2001."
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Before casting your vote you can check out a short synopsis, as well as watch both matches in order to refresh your memory.
Undertaker vs. Jeff Hardy, Raw 2002
Not known for working the always dangerous gimmick matches involving ladders, Undertaker defended his undisputed WWE title against Jeff Hardy on Raw in what was supposed to be a simple and easy victory for "The Deadman."
But then he went out and made Hardy, beating him but putting him over in the process. This was the first night fans could see Hardy's true main event potential.
Two Man Power Trip vs. Chris Jericho and Chris Benoit
The star power here alone is noteworthy (Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H, Jericho and Benoit all in one match with the tag team titles on the line) but a hot crowd and a devastating injury really put this one over the top.
The psychology is great but Triple H tearing his quadriceps completely off the bone and not only finishing the match but allowing Jericho to put him in the Walls of Jericho is insane.
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