Sometimes, the biggest goodbyes give us the greatest moments. WWE has posted a new video to their YouTube channel in which they show some of the greatest final matches of professional wrestling legends at Wrestlemania. This is in response to the news that Kurt Angle will be competing in his retirement match upcoming at Wrestlemania 35.

You can see the video in its entirety below:

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Some of the superstars who are shown are JBL (Wrestlemania 25), Goldberg (Wrestlemania 33), “Macho Man” Randy Savage (Wrestlemania 7), Edge (Wrestlemania 27), Shawn Michaels (Wrestlemania 26), “Stone Cold” Steve Austin (Wrestlemania 19) and Ric Flair (Wrestlemania 24).

Editor’s Opinion:

Watching this video brought back a lot of memories. It is always something special when you get to witness the final match of someone’s career at Wrestlemania; sometimes you know when it will be their final one, and sometimes you don’t. But no one will forget some of those iconic moments; especially Ric Flair. That retirement match moment will be No. 1 of all time!

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