WrestleZone’s Top Ten: WWE Vengeance Matches

Josh Isenberg

Number 9: Chris Benoit vs. Triple H for the World Heavyweight Championship: Hartford, Connecticut, 2004

Whether you agreed or disagreed with Benoit holding the strap, he certainly would be one guy who could carry a match with any competitor. When he meets his match in the ring with timing and execution, it makes both men look even better. With Benoit making Triple H tap at WrestleMania 20, The Game was looking for revenge. He would get his one on one rematch in Hartford, fighting Benoit in a 29 minute main event. With the help of Eugene, yes that is the only negative here, Benoit would roll up Triple H and retain his World Heavyweight Championship. The back and forth physicality, the mixture of submission holds, as well as spinebusters and suplexes, this match was a treat to watch. Both men gave it their all here, and really put on a great wrestling match.

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