Number 44: John Cena and The Undertaker defeated D-Generation X and Jeri-Show November 16, 2009
Madison Square Garden has been WWE’s home base since Bruno Sammartino dominated the scene, so it’s no surprise that the sports-entertainment empire goes all out whenever they return home. On a night where the always inflammatory "Rowdy" Roddy Piper made his return to Raw, John Cena formed an unexpected alliance with The Undertaker to take on D-Generation X and Jeri-Show, Chris Jericho & Big Show, in a Triple Threat Tag Team Match of epic proportions.
Unsure of his partner from the start, Cena admitted that he was starting to believe The Deadman was actually dead, but that didn’t stop the two powerhouses from rocking the ring. Holding their own against two more experienced duos, the Cenation leader and The Demon from Death Valley weren’t exactly pulling off Hart Foundation-style double-team maneuvers. They were more or less just hitting whatever was in front of him. That proved to be more than enough in the end as the fearsome Undertaker distracted Triple H, allowing Cena to deliver an Attitude Adjustment to get the win for his team in The World’s Most Famous Arena