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This still holds up for me despite its flaws. The beginning is a little pointless, and there's a decent amount of sloppiness and blown spots. Still, the atmosphere and importance bring this over the top. One of the all time great North American crowds really brings this match to the next level. I'm not sure how good this is in a bubble without the meaning and the storyline going in, but with it all, it's an all-timer.
Like the movie Step Brothers, I think this match holds up better, the less and less you watch it. Tremendously booked match (to say nothing off the weeks following) and Cena was a genius in a subtle heel role in front of that Chicago crowd. However, I don't think the work holds up to make me say it's top 100 anymore.