I have been begging for this DVD for years. I am super excited, and I can't wait to give them my money. Honestly, the idea of collecting some of these long-running feuds into DVD sets just makes a ton of sense to me, and hopefully there will be more like this coming out.
Originally posted by Tenken347I have been begging for this DVD for years. I am super excited, and I can't wait to give them my money. Honestly, the idea of collecting some of these long-running feuds into DVD sets just makes a ton of sense to me, and hopefully there will be more like this coming out.
I would love to have one of the HBK-Jericho feud from 2008, just to name one. Best feud in the last 5 years, maybe longer. And to think it was not even the first time they were in a feud.
"I like your Christ, I do not like your Christians. Your Christians are so unlike your Christ."
I dunno, this is a LOT of matches between the same two guys. I realize Bret and Shawn were awesome wrestlers and no doubt added a few new twists to every encounter, but I'm not sure if I have an interest in seeing the same two guys wrestle each other for three hours.
Also, wait, the actual Montreal match isn't on the DVD?!
(edited by Big Bad on 5.8.11 1426) "It breaks your heart. It is designed to break your heart. The game begins in the spring, when everything else begins again, and it blossoms in the summer, filling the afternoons and evenings, and then as soon as the chill rains come, it stops and leaves you to face the fall alone." --- Bart Giamatti, on baseball
I would guess Montreal being covered in the late part of the DVD in the WWE's mind means it is in there. I was hoping for the HBK Knights vs. the Hart family was in there just for one of the few times Bret can say good things about Shawn while trashing his own family. I feel like I already have a lot of these matches. I'll wait for Netflix for the documentary.
The Wee Baby Sheamus.
Twitter: @realjoecarfley its a bit more toned down there. A bit.
I think this is a great idea. Yeah, you don't want to watch all of those matches in a row, but there have been some really big, epic feuds in WWE/WCW history and having a compilation DVD that tells a story spanning years works. Hopefully, even if they left some matches out, they're still covered in the documentary part.
I'm talking feuds that span YEARS. Not a Christian/Orton DVD that just covers the last few months and will probably be forgotten about 10 years from now. There have been some very lengthy on-again off-again feuds in wrestling history that could make great DVD documentaries.
I'd love to see an Austin/Rock DVD follow this up along with a Flair/Sting DVD.
Originally posted by SKLOKAZOIDI'd love to see an Austin/Rock DVD follow this up along with a Flair/Sting DVD.
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If I'm not mistaken, they are doing a Rock/Austin DVD.
I'm also surprised the entire Montreal match is not on the DVD. I know they didn't want it to be the focal point of the DVD, so maybe they touch on it, during the documentary and feel that that's enough.
I'd be into a HHH/Foley DVD. The series in 97' starting at Kor and ending at SummerSlam with the cage match was awesome. And of course the big promo where Foley reveled that it would Catuc Jack fightin HHH at Royal Rumble 2000 was gold, awesome expresions from HHH on that one. Selling it like he saw a ghost.
Did anybody else notice that John Cena has started to use entrance music now? Is anybody else very dissapointed in that? Am I the only one who enjoyed him rapping on the way to the ring? Are they trying to give him a more "serious" push?