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SLAM! Wrestling DVD reviews

DVDs
  • ECW final days shoot falls slightly short of Justin Credible
  • Great American Bash DVD brings back so many great memories
  • DVD focuses on Troy Martin more than Shane Douglas
  • Bruce Prichard speaks out on Bret Hart on new DVD
  • WWE Factions DVD a team effort
  • Piper's take on 1984 rambling and entertaining
  • Cabana's second Road Diaries DVD another great trip
  • WWE's Signature Sounds DVD music to a fan's ear
  • Give Insane Clown Posse YouShoot a pass, You know what I'm sayin'?
  • Ultimate Warrior gets the Ultimate DVD treatment -- fairness
  • First edition of WCW Greatest PPV Matches a terrific start
  • Vader gives insight into the WCW of 1993
  • New Cornette returns to old form discussing ROH, TNA and Russo
  • Balls Mahoney YouShoot honest and emotional
  • NWA’s Invasion DVD shows improvement and fun action
  • Sammartino DVD a return to the '60s
  • DVD set just can't cover 50 years of WWE/WWF/WWWF
  • Second volume of ECW Unreleased more of the same
  • NWA’s Parade of Champions DVD has great matches, but subpar production values
  • Money in the Bank anthology climbs the ladder to success
  • KC’s Breaking Kayfabe with Marty Jannetty is wildly incoherent
  • Goldberg DVD all action, no words
  • Flair and Funk great storytellers on new DVD
  • Triple H's Thy Kingdom Come DVD set comes with good Pedigree
  • Luger's memories of 1993 make for compelling DVD
  • WWE's Madison Square Garden DVD ignores Bruno, still a good set
  • Vince Russo DVD explores far more than just WCW in 2000
  • Beefcake's look back at 1989 goes off in interesting directions
  • Guest Booker with Robert Fuller a philosophical discussion
  • Kong amazingly avoids saying anything controversial
  • Waltman's look at WWE in 1994 is insightful
  • DDP YouShoot an engaging DVD
  • Montreal Theory DVD for true believers only
  • War Games DVD offers 'glorious carnage'
  • WrestleMania 29 DVD only so-so
  • WWE's 'Rivalries' DVD has glaring omissions
  • In Your House DVD a trip back in time
  • For All Mankind DVD showcases all three Foleys
  • Dynamite Kid documentary a cautionary tale
  • Wrestling’s Most…Botched misses the botches
  • New Hitman DVD shows Bret at his best
  • New Sunny DVD a sobering look into substance abuse
  • Zbyszko looks back at 1980 and Sammartino feud in new DVD
  • Second Nitro DVD set shows depth of WCW talent
  • Best of Raw & Smackdown DVD average at best
  • WWE Best of 2012 DVD shows year of Punk
  • Top 100 Raw Moments DVD misses too much
  • Attitude Era DVD a fun puff piece
  • NWO box set good, but insufficient
  • Lesnar DVD seems too familiar
  • CM Punk DVD lives up to the hype
  • Greatest Finishing Moves DVD biased towards WWE and recent history
  • Russo re-books Invasion with logic, ease
  • Rock vs Cena DVD heavy on hype, short on magic
  • WWE's Superstar Collection Randy Orton misses the RKO
  • Undertaker Streak DVD a must for creatures of the night
  • Daniel Bryan DVD cries out for more
  • Sheamus DVD way too early
  • WWE: Falls Count Anywhere DVD scores multiple pinfalls
  • ECW Unreleased brings back plenty of memories
  • WCW Clash of the Champions release spoiled by missing Ventura
  • Mania 28 DVD: Strong show, awesome HOF, weak extras
  • Dillon's Being a Horseman DVD held back by gimmicks
  • Edge DVD gutsy and honest
  • New Rock DVD excellent, though revisionist
  • Kayfabe's Over Babyface and Effective Heel DVD flawed
  • Bloodstained Memoirs DVD fails to live up to hype
  • $5 Wrestling series a funny take on weirdness of armory circuit matches
  • Cornette re-books WWE in 1997 for new DVD
  • Austin DVD pretty damn good
  • Second Honky Tonk Man YouShoot proves he has more to say
  • Bret vs Shawn DVD doesn't disappoint
  • Mysterio Life of a Masked Man DVD top-notch
  • Eadie reconsiders Demolition split in Guest Booker DVD
  • Memories on Best of Nitro both good and bad
  • Jindrak shoot DVD refreshingly humble, unique
  • True Story of WrestleMania DVD not filling enough
  • Big Show DVD hits the mark with doc
  • TNA Asylum DVD a keeper; Greatest Moments DVD for completists only
  • Heenan DVD a must-have
  • New Cena DVD one Experience too many
  • Joel Deaton shoot DVD offers insight into an overlooked star
  • Fearless honesty dominates Kendrick & London shoot DVD
  • Wrestling's Highest Flyers DVD hits great heights
  • Brickhouse Brown DVD lascivious and over the top
  • Necro Butcher eight-DVD set extensive and exhausting
  • Jericho DVD well worth the wait
  • Card Subject To Change gives viewer 90 minutes of insight
  • TNA Sacrifice DVD: good show, good features
  • Missy Hyatt's Pajama Party DVD revealing
  • Honky and Superstar wax nostalgic in Timeline DVD series
  • Maria Kanellis shoot more like a carpet bombing of WWE
  • Jimmy Yang DVD proves you can’t overcome indifference, politics
  • New Sheik DVD too short, needs much more
  • Cornette tries to correct the WCW invasion on Guest Booker
  • Mike Graham booker DVD more of a shoot
  • TNA's Best of 2009 DVD a failure
  • A trip down AWA memory lane with Mick Karch
  • 12 Rounds on DVD a 'Hallmark action movie'
  • New Shawn Michaels DVD gets a reluctant thumbs up
  • Morrison DVD delivers highlight bouts and interesting insight
  • Demolition goes Ringside in latest shoot
  • TNA Slammiversary, Bound For Glory DVDs serve their purpose
  • Ringside With Vader a solid shoot
  • Never a dull moment on Mark Lewin shoot DVD
  • "Outlaw" Adam Knight DVD brings back old-school memories
  • Austin Idol shoot interview doesn't reveal all
  • I Walk Alone tells Batista's tale
  • Rise & Fall of WCW DVD leaves viewers yearning for more
  • Hart Dungeon DVD gives rough picture of Stu
  • "Unreleased" Hogan DVD great if not exactly true
  • Best of Smackdown DVD has all the hits
  • Get your Van Dam fill through RVD TV
  • Marty Jannetty DVD full of excess
  • Choose Death explores the mind of the Necro Butcher
  • Sabu dishes the dirt in YouShoot DVD
  • Allied Powers DVD needs a hot tag
  • Sullivan YouShoot intriguing
  • TNA tag teams DVD decent, lacking at same time
  • Jason Cage DVD honest look at Ontario indy wrestling
  • Rene Goulet DVD takes viewers behind the scenes
  • Iron Sheik Ring Roast DVD colourful and crude
  • Ric and Roddy make perfect pair in Roundtable DVD
  • Bushwacker Luke Guest Booker DVD missing big names
  • WWE's Greatest Stars of the '90s DVD truly great
  • Randy Savage DVD lacking in background
  • Legends of Wrestling '80s DVDs don't bring the heat
  • Epic Koloff-Magnum feud revisited in great DVD
  • Jarrett DVD set TNA's best ever
  • Big Vision DVD potpourri outstanding
  • Brickhouse Brown shoot DVD full of sex, drugs and explicit stories
  • Emptying out TNA and XPW shows from the DVD bin
  • Race-Sammartino 'debate' proves a consensus
  • Main Event memories mark SNME DVD
  • Starrcade DVD set brings back memories
  • Ted Hart DVD doesn't hit the heights
  • Flair shoot classy, not scandalous
  • Kane DVD surprisingly impressive
  • Jarrett's rebooking of WCW full of pearls of wisdom
  • TNA's Ultimate Matches an okay set
  • Decade of Decadence a must for Edgeheads
  • Intercontinental title DVD a decent collection
  • Terri Runnels reveals brain, not body, in shoot DVD
  • New Guerrero DVD gives fans more than they could ever want
  • TNA's Scars and Stitches for the hardcore fanatic
  • Fiesta Lucha! event a summit of mid-card talent
  • Best of PWG Vol. 1 set unreal
  • Gary Hart Guest Booker DVD a bittersweet masterpiece
  • Jamie Dundee YouShoot another epic
  • A decade of steel mayhem in Hell in a Cell DVD set
  • Knocked Out DVD a real KO
  • Mr. Perfect DVD near perfect
  • Lost Punk DVD better than WWE stuff
  • Cena DVD set lacking on matches, still decent
  • FIP, Shimmer offer solid DVDs
  • GLOW Volumes 3 and 4 still miss out on what the fans want
  • ChickFight package set delivers grrl power
  • Cream of the crop found on ROH releases
  • Rock DVD compilation leaves fans with questions
  • Sapolsky Guest Booker DVD worth a look
  • Honkytonk Man shoot quite possibly the best interview ever
  • Twist of Fate DVD takes split look at Hardyz
  • XPW TV shows heavily edited for DVD, still decent
  • Second Mid-South DVD another hit
  • Older FIP anniversary show DVD outstanding
  • ROH compilation DVDs easy to get -- and love
  • WCW's demise uncovered in Sullivan shoot
  • Lost Misterio DVD has much to offer
  • Best of TNA 2007 a nearly perfect blend
  • Scotty Riggs shoot DVD a lengthy earful
  • HHH DVD becomes a keeper
  • Missy Hyatt talks drugs and sex in Kayfabe shoot
  • Rebuilding The Sheik shoot a classic
  • Global iMPACT!-Japan a step forward for TNA
  • Booze helps stories flow in Naturals shoot DVD
  • Three discs too little for 15 years of Raw
  • Austin 3-DVD set a worthy Legacy
  • ROH Manhattan Mayhem II a worthy sequel
  • Mid-South DVD has great matches, but no extras
  • New Mysterio DVD has repeats and rarities
  • WWE's World Class DVD decent, not spectacular
  • Shawn Michaels DVD an up-and-down ride
  • Wrestling Society X set a keeper
  • Undertaker 15-0 lacks celebratory feel to WrestleMania undefeated streak
  • DVD showcases two sides of Stasiak
  • New Jack DVD set a bloody good time
  • Chikara DVD a unique collection
  • History of TNA: Year 1 a DVD of self-examination
  • Cage DVD worth it for extras
  • Latest WWE PPV DVDs offer hope
  • Abyss DVD keeps the mystique
  • Families DVD toasts wrestling bloodlines
  • Ladder Match DVD doesn't reach top rung
  • Catch DVD preserves Snake Pit's legacy
  • Chick Fight V showcases Japanese imports
  • WrestleMania III re-release OK, but not extraordinary
  • AJ soars, Tag Teams sinks in TNA DVD releases
  • Horseman DVD honest if not always accurate
  • DX DVD definitely disappoints
  • New ECW DVD gets two bloody thumbs up
  • WWE Unauthorized inaccurate and superficial
  • Declaring FIP CM Punk DVD a letdown
  • PPV DVDs have ups and downs
  • Less controversy than expected on Piper DVD
  • November Reign bloody good
  • No limits to second X Division DVD
  • TNA's top 50 a great "remember when" DVD
  • Hogan DVD a mix of the rare and the repeated
  • CZW vs. ROH highlights Ring of Honor DVDs
  • WWE Championship set a study of contrasts
  • AWA DVD surprisingly balanced
  • Sting DVD for die-hards only
  • Pillman DVD flies above the rest
  • Second GLOW DVD shows no improvement
  • Billy Jack Haynes shoot interview compelling
  • GLOW still corny as ever on DVD
  • PPV DVDs get top marks
  • ROH Milestone Series: This is awesome
  • McMahon DVD a hit despite misses
  • Managers DVD frustrating but entertaining
  • Divas disc hits new low
  • Heroes of World Class DVD a definite treasure
  • Ring action shines on Warrior1 DVD
  • Blood Sport one messy compilation
  • Ballpark Brawl DVD worth the wait
  • Warriors of Wrestling DVD set best left in the past
  • Graham DVD a deep look at Superstar
  • Punk saga compelling television
  • Have a jolly Hardcore Homecoming Christmas
  • Hitman DVD comprehensive and respectful
  • Jake 'The Snake' DVD doesn't disappoint
  • David Sammartino lets it all out in shoot
  • Warrior DVD a pick'em
  • Undertaker DVD disappoints
  • 'Mania best of latest PPV DVDs
  • '80s DVD falls short of expectations
  • Road Warriors a rush to watch
  • WM21 DVD full to the brim
  • Warrior speaks his mind in new shoot
  • Tough Enough DVD makes the cut
  • ROH Manhattan Mayhem lives up to the hype
  • Raven, Final Resolution DVDs hold up well
  • Divas don't all shine in Viva Las Divas
  • Best of Japanese DVD soars
  • DVD Review: Andre the Giant re-release
  • WWE offers extras on recent PPV DVDs
  • IC Title disc worth a peek
  • DVD offers last look at Hawk
  • Ring of Honor fall DVDs "Legendary"
  • RVD DVD indeed One of a Kind
  • PPV DVDs from WWE don't impress
  • ECW DVD misses full potential
  • Pro Wrestling Guerilla DVD a rad experience
  • Something for everyone on ROH releases
  • Mania good, Michaels bad on DVD
  • Pro Wrestling Guerrilla DVD delivers
  • Documentary shines on Guerrero DVD
  • Bananas, gorillas, action on PWG DVDs
  • Recent WWE DVDs: A hit, 2 misses
  • Benoit DVD a must have
  • The rap on the Cena DVD
  • The Truth Stings
  • Main Event Spectacles spectacular
  • Garvin DVD rare and racy
  • Mix of veterans & newcomers on MLW DVD
  • WMXX DVD a must-have
  • The rap on the Cena DVD
  • Styles DVD simply phenomenal
  • Tommy Young tale counted out
  • Monday Night War DVD surprisingly fair
  • Austin DVD offers nothing new
  • Flair set a must-see
  • Early look at WWE stars interesting
  • Night of the Legends DVD not quite pure gold
  • Mixed bag of WWE DVD extras
  • 'Blood, Brawls and Grudges' DVD quite tame
  • 'Superstars' DVD, one of the best
  • WWF DVD extras need work
  • WWF Rebellion 2001
  • 'Wrestling Gold', a precious DVD collection
  • Wrestlemania XV-The DVD Review
  • Stone Cold Steve Austin: Hell Yeah!

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