10. The Rock vs. The Undertaker vs. Kurt Angle (Vengeance 2002)
In WWE, Triple Threat Matches can be something of an acquired taste for fans. Sometimes, the bouts can even digress into simply being singles matches that occasionally switch out one of the competitors for another. For example, during many of the 3-way clashes, WWE rotate who is actually wrestling. Meanwhile, one of the performers takes a little breather, selling on the outside of the ring. That was far from the case at Vengeance 2002. The Rock, Kurt Angle and The Undertaker weren't interested in taking is easy. Due to their hard work, the main event Triple Threat Match for the WWE Undisputed Title was one of the best in history. The closing stretch of the match is fondly remembered by all who witnessed it. The Last Ride, Ankle Locks, the Rock Bottom, they were all on show. Not only that, but Angle also hit his patented Angle Slam, Rocky hit the People's Elbow, and 'Taker walked the top rope during his 'Old School' move. It was sheer, wall-to-wall drama, and almost a perfect Triple Threat, WWE-style main event.