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Better Eddie Guerrero DVD?

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Would like to watch EG DVD but don't know which is better

Cheating Death, Stealing Life: The Eddie Guerrero Story (TV 2004)
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Viva la Raza: The Legacy of Eddie Guerrero (Video 2008)

(which one is better overall and stuff like that, where I can see his career from younger days onwards, and I'm concerned whether does the 2004 one miss out on his death, etc...)
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I believe cheating death has documentary whilst viva la raza is just the matches.

Depends what you are looking for, if you want to know about eddie go for cheating death or if you just want to see some of his matches then go for viva la razz
 

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Thanks for the input. I was looking for the one that would tell the EG story, not just matches.
 

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If you want the full (or close to it) Eddie Guerrero story then buy his book "Viva La Raza" right now. The documentary didn't cover even 1/2 of what's in the book.

I recommend you buy the Viva La Raza book and DVD. But since you're such a huge Eddie fan you'll eventually get them all anyway! :p
 

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I recommend you buy the Viva La Raza book and DVD. But since you're such a huge Eddie fan you'll eventually get them all anyway! :p
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So true. Until now, I was mostly going through YouTube and reliving the things I remembered (more or less) from watching Live WWE/WcW shows. Now, I would like to have something better than a 240p YouTube video :mad: , and was looking for some input what to get first. Anyways I'll probably buy everything, seeing how the DVD's or the book are around 20-ish $ each...
 

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Get the Observer obituary and 2006 HOF issue.
 

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Like someone said above me...if you want to know about his life get his book rather than the DVD, it's way more informative and on a side not, one of my favorite books. I haven't watched the Viva La Raza DVD...if anyone knows where I can watch it online please PM me.
 
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