The Undertaker and Kane like a spot where they both go for the chokeslam at the same time.
It's a simple but effective visual that reminds the audience of their familial parity as well as their remarkable size and reach. The two storyline brothers always looked enough like they could be related based on how much they towered over their opponents, and often relied on the mirror image bit to buy them time or audience participation if a match went off the rails.
And a few of these did just that, if they were ever on them.
If you're an Undertaker and/or Kane superfan, please consider that ahead of reading this list and flying into a blind fury. Neither man would likely posit the other as their best in-ring opponent, yet both stand as monuments to WWE's occasionally great gimmick factory, fully deserving of the celebration their careers will receive long after they've left this mortal coil. Actually left it, as opposed to all the times they pretended to.
Anyway, the bad outweighs the good here, but the magic of revisiting this series compared to something like the John Cena/Randy Orton feuds is the manner in which WWE went about protecting their investments when the two faced off. Several are gimmicked to f*ck, whilst others have so much going on around them that it was as if the company knew the work itself needed to play second fiddle.
Not a bad gig, especially when your first is 'The Rattlesnake' himself....