As with most things in life, professional wrestling is littered with a ton of 'what ifs': What if that superstar never got injured? What if the crowd didn't respond to him/her that way? What if WCW won the Monday Night Wars instead?
It's human nature to think about what could have been, as the fantasy is often more pleasing than reality, and one of wrestling's most popular thought-provoking What If scenarios center on dream matches. You know, the idea of two specific superstars colliding that the mere thought of it gives you goosebumps - so much so that it almost feels like the chances of it happening are so incredibly slim.
However, we're living in a day and age where dream matches do happen. Sure, they're still a rare breed but they aren't non-existent. Now, they certainly don't always live up to expectations (Sting vs. Hulk Hogan, Undertaker vs. Goldberg) but we've seen our fair share of them in recent memory.
That being said, there are plenty of times in which they don't happen when they really really could have, and with the end of the decade upon us, let's take a look back at the ones that we should have seen by now and, unfortunately, probably never will.