Casket Match

Some articles on match, casket match:

Sara Calaway - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment - Return of The Deadman (2004–2007)
... week, Cena confronted Undertaker and was booked into a match by then-General Manager Kurt Angle to face The Undertaker, which Undertaker won after hitting Cena with his chain and delivering a Tombstone ... At The Great American Bash, Undertaker fought a handicap match against the Dudley Boyz, with the stipulation that if he didn't lay down and purposely lose, Heyman would bury Paul Bearer in cement ... WWE Champion John "Bradshaw" Layfield (JBL) to a title match at SummerSlam, which The Undertaker lost by disqualification ...
The Undertaker - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Federation/Entertainment - Return of The Deadman (2004–2007)
... The following week Cena confronted The Undertaker and was booked into a match by then General Manager Kurt Angle to face The Undertaker which The Undertaker went on to win after hitting Cena with his chain and ... Bash The Undertaker fought a handicap match against the Dudleys, with the stipulation that if he didn't lay down and purposely lose, Heyman would bury Bearer in cement ... "Bradshaw" Layfield (JBL) to a title match at SummerSlam, which The Undertaker lost by disqualification ...
Survivor Series Matches
... The 1992 event had only one 4 on 4 tag team elimination match, but featured the first WWF Casket match, referred to at that time as a Coffin match, with slightly different rules from what is now employed, as a wrestler ... The Casket Match, by that point under the Casket match name, would return to the Survivor Series in its now standard format in 1994, intended as a means of bringing an end to ... The 2002 Survivor Series featured the debut of the Elimination Chamber match ...

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