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Re: Official DVD/Match/Show Discussion Thread

Nitro match with Sting is awesome. Sting's best match between the years of 96-now. Havoc match against Goldberg is fucking incredible. Page was awesome in it, and hell, Goldberg didn't look like a year old rookie or whatever he actually was at the time. Easily Goldberg's greatest match. Their match in 99 on Nitro with Page as a heel was really good too but the Nash interference and no contest ending (I think... not sure there was an announcement about the finish lol) brought it down slightly, otherwise it might have been just as good as Havoc.

Page is someone I really enjoyed watching for the project. I'd seen bits here and there of his WCW run in the past so I was looking forward to watching more, and I enjoyed pretty much everything I saw him in.
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Edge vs Jericho was good but meh maybe we were just expecting too much.

I liked Taker/Edge from Mania 24 and I have it at ****

Cena vs Batista is extremely underrated from WM 26 and even I underrated it at first. As a matter of fact I went to take a piss break when I first saw it 2 years ago.
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Continuing my series of late 1999 WCW PPVs, here are some thoughts on that year's Fall Brawl. This is actually probably one of the better entries, given the writing and downturn WCW was in.

-The Filthy Animals vs. The Dead Pool was again a nice opening six-man tag.
-Lenny Lane/Kaz Hayashi was a good cruiserweight match.
-Steiner/Saturn was a dream match of rough motherfuckers.
-Benoit/Sid is easily the best match on the card. A classic david/goliath match, very much like Benoit's matches against Kane. Both men look great in this one.
-Goldberg/DDP isn't as good as their Halloween Havoc match, but it's solid.
-Hogan/Sting never had great chemistry, but it was always special when they did meet. It's cool to see them as face/face, and they do actually try to outwrestle one another. Their best match, to me, was still SuperBrawl VIII, but this was a solid title match.

Again, solid WCW PPV, especially given how much worse things were about to get.

Favorite Matches of All Time

1. Triple-Threat Match for the World Heavyweight Championship: Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Benoit - WrestleMania XX

2. Career Threatening Match: Shawn Michaels vs. Ric Flair - WrestleMania XXIV

3. WWE Championship: John Cena vs. CM Punk - Money in the Bank 2011

4. No Holds Barred Match: The Undertaker vs. Triple H - WrestleMania XXVII

5. WWF Championship: Hulk Hogan vs. The Ultimate Warrior - WrestleMania VI
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Nitro match with Sting is awesome. Sting's best match between the years of 96-now. Havoc match against Goldberg is fucking incredible. Page was awesome in it, and hell, Goldberg didn't look like a year old rookie or whatever he actually was at the time. Easily Goldberg's greatest match. Their match in 99 on Nitro with Page as a heel was really good too but the Nash interference and no contest ending (I think... not sure there was an announcement about the finish lol) brought it down slightly, otherwise it might have been just as good as Havoc.

Page is someone I really enjoyed watching for the project. I'd seen bits here and there of his WCW run in the past so I was looking forward to watching more, and I enjoyed pretty much everything I saw him in.
Haven't seen the Nitro match with Goldberg (I probably watched it as a kid when it originally aired because I ALWAYS watched Nitro, but obviously can't remember lol). Good to see some appreciation for Page. I was a huge fan, it's criminal the way he was used (or lack thereof) in the E. Only notable match I recall from his stint in WWE is the Mania 18 match against Christian, fun little match.
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Chris Jericho vs Triple H Fully Loaded 2000



Absolutely loved this match. The match starts off with Jericho unleashing a fury of strikes on Triple H in and out of the ring. Then the tide turns as Triple H starts tot work the injured ribs of Jericho. From there the match is worked at a slow, methodical pace in which The Game just continuously works the ribs of Jericho, hitting big move after big move trying to keep Y2J down for the 10 count. Y2J gets his big comeback moment after hitting Triple H with a low blow then attacking him with a chair. And for the next minutes it's just an all out back and forth war between these two. Fantastic pacing, fantastic sotry telling just an overall exciting match.

****1/2
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^ That's Hunter's career-best performance.

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I'd say it's certainly up there - along with his performances against Eugene and the Taboo Tuesday cage match with Flair.

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Chris Jericho vs Triple H Fully Loaded 2000



Absolutely loved this match. The match starts off with Jericho unleashing a fury of strikes on Triple H in and out of the ring. Then the tide turns as Triple H starts tot work the injured ribs of Jericho. From there the match is worked at a slow, methodical pace in which The Game just continuously works the ribs of Jericho, hitting big move after big move trying to keep Y2J down for the 10 count. Y2J gets his big comeback moment after hitting Triple H with a low blow then attacking him with a chair. And for the next minutes it's just an all out back and forth war between these two. Fantastic pacing, fantastic sotry telling just an overall exciting match.

****1/2
Agreed with this one. It was a legit MOTYC, such a brilliant match. Trips at his best.
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Can anyone tell me what the Kane dvd's were about? There was one done not too too long ago, maybe was called My name is Kane or His name was Kane or maybe im wrong altogether? But it was a popular DVD and had to do with only the Kane character... Im looking to buy it but not of its stupid.. I was hoping either it had alot of old matches, interviews, Raw/Smackdown/Heat etc appearances... Is it like a documentary about Glenn or more about the history of Kane?
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I think it's the Sick and Twisted Diatured Mind of Kane or something like that. I've never seen it though.
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