Rock doc was good, although I didn't like how they just made Rock/Austin a side note (they went in depth for it on Austin's DVD), and the last 10 minutes felt like an ad for Rock/Cena. Orton's doc was decent, although I agree with the guy here who said it's funny that Orton got suspended for 60 days and this DVD was about how he put the demons behind him, clean for 3 1/2 years, etc.
Location: Dreams are a side of the moon. Thoust eyes capture me with a swoon. You've cast such a spell on this hard covered shell. Just please leave my house before noon.
Re: Official DVD/Match/Show Discussion Thread
Rey Mysterio vs Jamie Noble, (Smackdown 11/02/07)
On first watch this feels like the sleeper match of 2007 and one of the better matches in the year. Noble and Mysterio have always had outstanding chemistry with their famous Velocity 2004 match being the pinnacle of their matches, and once again they work a really excellent match built around limb selling and a methodical Noble workover. Mysterio's selling is some of the best I've seen him sell a limb, little things like collapsing into the corner whilst holding his arm and even grabbing the arm in the run up to the 619, constantly letting you know he's hurt and working it into his offence which focuses entirely on fast paced counters aimed at catching Noble off guard. Noble busts out some swank arm work that you expect out of him and gets a great amount in his short control segment with this being a sub 10 minute match, especially loved the hammerlock Northern Lights Suplex. Finish is excellent and they time it perfectly to create the false finish with Noble countering the senton, only to have his Tiger Driver turned into a roll through hurricanrana. Mysterio also busting out the La Mistica headscissor armbar submission also completely caught me off guard, as I don't recall him ever using the move in the past.