So for the past couple of years I have had mixed feelings on the Undertaker. In my mind Shawn Michaels is the best EVER and he should have beaten the Undertaker the first and second time, but that has nothing to do with my opinion of the Undertaker. When HHH said that he didn't want to face Taker because he felt bad for him, I agreed. I mean don't get me wrong I am a fan of Taker, I respect him, and acknowledge that he is one of the best ever but the past couple of years have just gotten sad. I mean it has gotten to the point where the minute he gets tapped in the leg he can't walk the rest of the match and then it just gets sadder and sadder and the match drags on; then, after Mania, he dissapears for a year to heal and get prepared for one match and then dissapear again. I don't know if it's him or the WWE but it's at the point where he needs to just hang it up. His first match with HBK was awesome one of the best ever...Round 2 looked almost like watching a rerun of the first match...finally Taker vs HHH, after watching it a second time I noticed that while the beginning of the match was very exciting and action packed the rest of the match went very slow and there was a lot of resting and breath catching. The second issue I have with this match is the fact that back in the day the announcement of Hell In A Cell was awesome and very exciting but now-a-days it really doesn't mean anything. All the hell in a cell matches in about the past 5 or 6 years have pretty much been regular matches with the cell around them. Now I'm not asking for blood everywhere and neither one of them being able to walk at the end of it but that doesn't mean they don't get violent and star using weapons or the cell as a weapon. But then again who knows how this match will go, simply because the two men who are in it are The Undertaker and HHH, two of the biggest superstars from the attitude era.