Triple H defeats the Undertaker at WWE Super Show-Down, Brothers of Destruction stand tall

4 years ago by Liam Winnard

Triple H defeats the Undertaker at WWE Super Show-Down, Brothers of Destruction stand tall

Book. Closed.

Maybe.

In their “last ever” one-on-one match, Triple H overcame the ‘Deadman’ for the first time since 2002.

Before the match, it was announced by ring announcer JoJo that the match would in fact be a No Holds Barred match, meaning no countouts and no disqualifications, and boy did they put that stipulation to use.

From outside interference from Shawn Michaels and Kane, to fighting into the crowd, to using sledgehammers and steel chairs, that was a match that those live in attendance and may watching at home won’t soon forget.

Referees were taken out, many a shenanigan occurred, but it was the ‘Game’ who eventually came out on top. Or was it?

Triple H won the match after Shawn Michaels nailed ‘Taker with a Sweet Chin Music, allowing the ‘Cerebral Assassin to to land a Pedigree.

After the match though, things got even more interesting. All four men stood together in the ring as one, seemingly celebrating their storied history. Only, ‘Taker and Kane were having none of it.

Kane took out HBK, Undertaker dropped Hunter with a Tombstone, and put Michaels through the announcers’ table with a Chokeslam, meaning the Brothers of Destruction ended the event standing tall.

There has been many a report suggesting the current plan is for a DX vs. BoD tag team match at the November Crown Jewel show, and there is potential for a further Shawn Michaels vs. Undertaker one-on-one match, potentially at Survivor Series.

What are your thoughts on what transpired to close out Super Show-Down? Let us know in the comments below or via Twitter and Discord.

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