5 best WWE feuds from 2002 to 2007
The lifeblood of professional wrestling are the storylines which are crafted for the viewing pleasure of audiences all around the globe. Even the best technical matches can fall short without a good story for fans to get invested in (looking at you, 205 Live) whereas the best of storylines can fall flat if the in-ring work doesn't live up to expectations.
In order to have a great feud, you need a stellar combination of both storytelling and wrestling in order to deliver that one beautiful combination that completely captures the attention of professional wrestling fans.
Today, we're here to celebrate the best feuds between 2002 and 2007 - the last great age of wrestling - which delivered on every front. So, without any further ado, here is our list of the 5 best WWE feuds from 2002 to 2007:
#5 Batista vs The Undertaker (2007)
During the peak of his powers, Batista was a one-man wrecking crew who completely took over the WWE with his fearsome strength and brutality. After leaving Evolution, The Animal became one of the biggest WWE superstars on the planet. So naturally, he set his eyes on THE biggest name on the WWE roster, The Undertaker.
The pair met 5 times in one on one action over the course of the year, with Taker kickstarting things by winning the World Heavyweight Championship from Big Dave at Wrestlemania. They would trade the title and wins and losses for the better part of 8 months before a Triple Threat match saw Edge escape as the new champion.