WWE DVD's

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  1. TheAlmightyMitch

    TheAlmightyMitch Dark Match Jobber

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    I have:

    Rob Van Dam: One of a Kind
    Backlash 03
    Survivor Series 03
    Tombstone: History of the Undertaker
    No Way Out 02
    No Way Out 04
    Vengeance 02
    KOTR 02
    History of Wrestlemania I-IX
     
  2. thecruiser

    thecruiser R.I.P Benoit Family

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    I own one DVD (Hard Knocks: the Story of Chris Benoit)

    Two VHS Videos (Royal Rumble 1999 with Chyna as entry #30 and Mankind vs The Rock in an "I Quit" match for the WWF Championship, and Unforgiven 2001 with SCSA vs Kurt Angle for the WWF Championship)
     
  3. .JoeY

    .JoeY "Joe! Joe! Joe! Joe! Joe"

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    I own:

    BloodBath: Wrestling's Most Incredible Steel Cage Matches
    The Monday Night Wars
    The Rise & Fall of ECW
    Trish Stratus: 100% Stratusfaction
    The Undertaker: He Buries Them Alive
    Tombstone: History of the Undertaker
    Rob Van Dam: One of a Kind
    Bret "Hitman" Hart: Best There Is, Best There Was & Best There Ever Will Be
    Hardcore Homecoming
    The Ultimate Ric Flair DVD Collection
     
  4. thecruiser

    thecruiser R.I.P Benoit Family

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    I didn't know we were talking about taped PPVs. in THAT case, I have:

    Wrestlemania 18
    Summer Slam 04
    Summer Slam 05
    New Year's Revolution 05
    New Year's Revolution 06

    Official DVDs:
    Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story (Really Good)

    Offical VHS's:
    Royal Rumble '99
    Unforgiven 2001

    My Uncle has a lot of old In Your House PPVs, which he doesn't watch anymore, which I am going to take next time I go to his house. :)
     
  5. newsboy_88

    newsboy_88 Asshole

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    i have a few, but the ones that are the best are the documentaries because those you can watch over and over without getting tired of them. though i do have to say that the bret hart one was quite long, even longer than the rise and fall of ecw dvd.
     
  6. Darkblade

    Darkblade Honourary Dudebuster

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    I got about 50 PPVs on VHS, but these are the ones I got on DVD:

    No Mercy 2001
    Rebellion 2001
    Survivor Series 2001
    Vengeance 2002
    Backlash 2003
    Backlash 2004
    Bad Blood 2004
    Great American Bash 2004
    Vengeance 2004
    No Mercy 2004
    Armageddon 2004
    Royal Rumble 2005
    No Way Out 2005
    Wrestlemania 22
    Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story
    The Monday Night Wars
     
  7. .JoeY

    .JoeY "Joe! Joe! Joe! Joe! Joe"

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    I also have (which I forgot to mention):

    The Stone Cold Truth
    Shawn Michaels: BoyHood Dream


    Also..I got to my 400th post!!! WOOOOOOOOOOOO!!
     
  8. Hey Guys and Gals ^_^ I just wanted to advise u,U guys should get ProWrestling's Ultimate Insiders with Matt and Jeff Vol's 4,5,and 6! And let me tell U They are Really Really Good DVD's to get and watch! Matt and Jeff show some documentaries and a behind scenes interview about their lives outside the squared circle and inside the business and they tell the whole thing how things ended up to now ^_^

    In Matt and Jeff'd dvd volume 4,They tell all like it is how they grew up in the Carolina's,how their dad raised them after their mother died to being big stars from the backyard wrestling they did.The two also show bonus footages of them both wrestling never seen b4 and their wrestling match Matt as Surge and Jeff as Willow the Whisp and they both do voice over for their match and their match is a Real Big Hit!!! I give it 5 Stars ^_^ *****

    In Jeff's Dvd Vol.5 it shows only one bonus match of him and Matt tagging together against their opponents Champ Pain and Joey Mercury b4 he came into the wwe 2.This is where they were getting ready 2 sign their wwe contracts before they became Huge.

    His dvd also includes his Bonus songs he had written and sung and let me tell u some of his songs are very very good and he is also interviewed one on one about his life and how it came to be for him and Matt.

    Matt's DVD vol.6 he explains the controversies never seen before footage of where he tells how he started out on SD to the time how things got heated up between he/Amy/Adam how he talks about everything that happens which u guys would've never imagined how he got released and how he also came back into the wwe.

    It too includes Bonus footages of some of his great matches,a footage of him and Jeff sitting at home talking about Moonlight,a trailer of the Matt Hardy Show,and everything there is too know about him. Hope u guys and gals get this dvd and see how they made it from the Backyard to the Big Time!
     
  9. MattMoses

    MattMoses Getting Noticed By Management

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    I have quite alot of wrestling DVD, it's kind of a hobby to collect them I guess.

    Currently, I don't know how many I have altogether, but I have every WWE PPV on DVD from the Royal Rumble 2002 up until Wrestlemania 23. I haven't bothered purchasing anymore events from WWE this year, as I fell they aren't worth my money until I have some extra cash.

    I have about 30 or so WWE Home Movies. This includes the Ric Flair, Bret Hart, nWo, Roddy Piper and The Undertaker - This Is My Yard on DVD.

    I have 5 Tagged Classic DVD's from Silvervision, which is another 10 events on DVD.

    I have the whole 'Attitude Collection', 12 WWF Home Videos which Silvervision put onto DVD in 2002.

    I have about 30 WWF Tapes. Most of these are the IYH events, as well as a few compilations from the late 80's/early 90's.

    I have all the RAW's from 1997-2001 and 2003. All the Smackdowns from 1999.

    ..And that's about it for my WWF/E collection.
     
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