WWE: Undertaker Can Only Face One Man in His Final WrestleMania Match

Chris O ConnallCorrespondent IIIAugust 13, 2011

First of all, I am a huge Undertaker fan.

He, along with Shawn Michaels and the man I propose he face at his final Wrestlemania, are the only three men who I have 100 percent respect for.

Sure, I respect others like The Rock, Austin, Triple H and even John Cena, but there is no one person I respect more and love to watch more than Undertaker, Shawn Michaels and the man I would have wrestle Taker in his final Wrestlemania match, Kurt Angle.

Think about it for a minute. Angle and Undertaker have provided us with about 30 years of WWE moments that any true fan of wrestling will take to the grave.

Whether it be ''Milk-o-Mania,'' ''Sexy Kurt,'' Undertaker's ''beyond the grave shenanigans,'' or something as simple as a battle rap with John Cena, or a promo, these men have covered all the bases between them.

That isn't even taking into consideration the great matches these two have graced us with in their WWE careers.

Whether it be Undertaker vs HBK, Angle vs HBK, Undertaker vs. Orton, Angle vs. Orton, Undertaker vs. Lesnar, Angle vs. Lesnar, and that's just a few off the top of my head.

Who could ever forget their epic encounter at No Way Out in 2006—­­­­­­­­a match that was as good as, if not better, than almost every match in the following month's Wrestlemania. 

Now, there are other worthy challengers to Undertaker's streak such as Orton, Cena, Barrett, Miz and Del Rio and there are other legends who sadly never got the chance to have a match with Undertaker at his show—­­­­­­­­Austin, The Rock, Mick Foley, Chris Jericho, Chris Benoit, Eddie Guerrero and Bret Hart to name a few.

But for me, the one match I would love to see is Kurt Angle vs. the Undertaker at Wrestlemania.

This match almost came to fruition years ago, but if memory serves me correctly, Orton was given the honor at that particular time.

Imagine, you'd have arguably the best entertainer in WWE history versus arguably the best wrestler in WWE history—­­­­­­­­and those descriptions can be used for both men to a certain extent!

Now I'm not stupid. If this match were to happen, it wouldn't be as good as the matches listed above simply because wear and tear has taken its toll on both men.

But Angle can still carry the worst of wrestlers and make it seem like a decent match—not to say that the Undertaker needs to carried—but both men would work off each other brilliantly.

The two seem to have chemistry and respect for each other—two key elements to any great match.

If anybody doesn't believe me, just YouTube their match from 2006. It was simply a pure wrestling spectacle from bell to bell. It had it all—­­­­­­­­drama, excitement, false finishes, a hot crowd, counter after counter and it told an amazing story about two men fighting their hearts out for a world championship.

If nothing else, that match taught fans just how important the World Heavyweight Championship is to wrestlers.

If I were Vince McMahon, I know I'd be ringing Kurt Angle and offering him a hefty paycheck and a virtually non-existant travel schedule just for that one more epic thrill-ride that would capture everyone's emotions and feelings, churn them out and produce a great match that would leave combatants and fans alike absolutely spent.

But, that's just one man's opinion. Maybe I'm being selfish. Would anybody else like to see Undertaker vs. Kurt Angle at Wrestlemania?