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El Pescado

Since: 3.1.02
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I'm wondering how WWF's Funniest Moments is. Does anyone think it might be worth a buy?

Another thing that's caught my eye is the Royal Rumble 2002 DVD. I usually buy Royal Rumble and Wrestlemania DVDs, does anyone know if this one is worth it? I heard that they overdubbed Rob Zombie with Edges old theme and Rollin' with a generic rock and roll song. Pretty weird, eh?

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Super Shane Spear

Since: 2.1.02
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I used to do reviews on Slash and TheSmarks, but then I got lazy.

Royal Rumble DOES have overdubs for Edge, Undertaker, and the Royal Rumble theme: Cocky.
Big John DUD!

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Now why would the WWF do something like that?

Unless there is some sort of wierd licencing law about home video's and DVD's that I am not aware of.


Since: 2.1.02
From: Central Florida, somewhere between Orlando and Tampa, U.S.A.

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I'm not an expert on copyright law, but perhaps while the WWF licensed the rights to use that music for live WWF performances and mechanical rights to put those tracks on the Forced Entry CD, they didn't get the synchronization rights (synchronizing music with a tv show, movie, video, etc.). Maybe the licensing fee would've cost too much to put on videos and DVDs for sale.

Just my $0.08, as mandated by federal statute. :)

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