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WrestleMania XIV - Undertaker vs. Kane

In late 1997, Paul Bearer revealed to the world that Undertaker had a younger brother named Kane. After weeks of Bearer tormenting the Deadman, Kane finally debuted in October 1997, costing Undertaker his Hell in a Cell Match with Shawn Michaels at Badd Blood. No matter what Kane did, Undertaker refused to fight back against his brother…until WrestleMania.

At the 1998 Royal Rumble, Undertaker lost once again to Shawn Michaels, this time in a Casket Match for the WWE Championship. Kane, who had reconciled with his brother, double-crossed him to help HBK win the match. However, in a shocking display, Kane then wheeled the casket into the entranceway and lit it on fire, trying to burn Undertaker alive. He would survive, however, and came back on a February edition of RAW to challenge Kane to a match at WrestleMania.

Early in the match, the two men slugged it out, with Kane having the advantage over the Deadman. The Big Red Monster threw everything he had at Undertaker, nearly knocking him out with the steel ring steps. Kane eventually hit a chokeslam, but pulled Undertaker up after a two count.

Undertaker made a comeback, but attempted a death-defying plancha over the top rope, only to miss Kane and crash through the Spanish announcers' table. Back inside the ring, Kane hit the Tombstone Piledriver and looked to have the match won, but Undertaker miraculously kicked out at the two count.

With one last burst of energy, Undertaker made his final comeback. Undertaker hit a chokeslam and then gave Kane a Tombstone, but Kane also kicked out at two. The Deadman tried another Tombstone, but Kane kicked out again; finally, after a third Tombstone, Undertaker was able to keep the Big Red Monster down, getting the pinfall to improve to 7-0 at WrestleMania. FAQsOnline Pay-Per-View Events

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