Any time that Shawn Michaels and The Undertaker have shared the ring together, it has always been special. These are two guys that have literally given their bodies to wrestling, and made sure that they always worked to their highest potential in every match. The beauty of their chemistry with in the ring was first noticed at the very first Hell in a Cell match at Badd Blood in 1997, and has been there ever since, on up to Wrestlemania 25.
The referee of that latter match, Marty Elias, talked about his experience in the ring with the two legends while refereeing that match. He called it “amazing,” adding that, “For me personally, it was something that I was in awe of being in the ring with Taker and Shawn but not to the sense where I was ‘marking out.'”
He explains that to be involved in one of the biggest marquee matches was everything he hoped to achieve. “I was marking out because of the fact that I had this opportunity to get in and do this and for me it was everything that I had worked for. Being a part of it and being in there is an experience I’ll never forget but it is funny that when I got to the building and we got to the outside, right before Taker did the dive and Shawn did the moonsault out and I got thrown against the barricade, you felt it.”