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  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Clear Vision Ltd
  • DVD Release Date: 9 Mar. 2009
  • Run Time: 550 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001S2RNHM
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 36,096 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


A look back at the career, and all the greatest matches, of the reigning WWE champion. Initially rising to prominence as one half of the tag team Edge and Christian, Adam Copeland has become one of the most decorated wrestlers in WWE history, winning a total of seven world championships to date.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By The Welsh Steven King...yeah right... on 18 May 2009
About time WWE released a DVD on Adam 'Edge' Copeland, and this long-awaited compilation doesn't disappoint!

Plus Points:

- The wealth of matches are impressive, there's barely a bad one to be seen here; his bouts against Owen Hart, Lance Storm, Kurt Angle (including their Hair vs Hair stunner from Judgment Day 2002), Eddie Guerrero, Shawn Michaels, Matt Hardy, Mick Foley, Rob Van Dam, Randy Orton and The Undertaker are all particularily impressive.

- The DVD includes some matches from the TV shows not previously released on DVD.

- It manages to cover pretty much all of Edge's career (so far) over the 3 discs.

- The extras are decent, featuring a try out match between Edge and Christian from November 1997, an amusing 'best of' E&C featurette, and footage of Edge's first I.C. Title win from 1999.

- Edge himself does an entertaining job as host for the DVD.


- The format is a little off-putting - background is only offered to handfull of the matches here, which leaves the impression that the remaining bouts here are not as important.

- As good as some of the matches are on the DVD, there are still a few Edge bouts that should have been included; his WrestleMania XXIV bout vs The Undertaker was possibly the best of his career, and would have been better than the over-rehearsed TLC match at One Night Stand 2008 (which is on the DVD). Also it could have done with a few more Edge and Christian matches, as only two matches from his famous tag team are included (which are both great, admittedly).

- The matches against Mr Perfect and Kane are pure filler, and should not really have been included on the DVD.

This DVD should be essential for WWE fans, one of the best collections of matches ever.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. Wood TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 2 May 2009
Ten years. Has Edge really been in the WWE that long? Wow, time sure has flown. It really is amazing, as is the career of Adam Copeland, everything that he's accomplished and the impact he's made on the wrestling business.

Edge is truly one of the most remarkable success stories that WWE has ever produced, certainly in recent memory. He's done so many right things to establish his legacy, and he's also a bloke who's character has gone through so many changes.

A brooding loner, then subsequently member of the Brood, reeking of awesomeness with his brother Christian (Cage), a white-hot babyface, an unstable chaser of the world title, before finally finishing as the phenomenal Rated-R Superstar that we all know and love. Yet throughout all those evolutions, some things have remained completely unchanged in that decade of Edge's. Notably the facts that he's a fascinating character, absolutely dynamite on the microphone, reeks of charisma and of course, the fact that Adam Copeland is one of the most outstanding and exciting wrestlers to ever compete in WWE.

Edge: A Decade of Decadence is another 3-disc DVD set that we've all wanted to see. It's about time the man was honoured the same way that so many legends/superstars have been. God knows he's done enough to merit the treatment. And as expected, A Decade of Decadence is truly a production of high-quality.

WWE has actually put a unique twist on the presentation format for this programme. This is a compilation show hosted by the man himself. But unlike compilation shows past, Adam Copeland is actually in-character here while he talks about the matches included here. The Rated-R Superstar is sat down in a private room with a mega-bucket of popcorn, treating the experience as though he's at the pictures.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By IWFIcon VINE VOICE on 25 April 2011
It may seem strange, given that I'm reviewing a three-disc box set of the man which I paid my hard earned money on, but over the years I never really rated Edge. I was a fan of his when he was teaming with his "brother" Christian but as the years went by and he stormed his way to the very top of the WWE he was never a performer who I would particularly look forward to seeing on WWE broadcasts in the manner that I would for favourites of mine. If I'm being honest, prior to this DVD I could not have named more than a couple of "straight" non-gimmick solo matches he'd had that had left any kind of positive lasting impression on me. Indeed what I consider to be his greatest match ever (his WrestleMania clash with the Undertaker) isn't even on this collection. So would nine hours or so with Edge realign my opinion of him?

First things first, as other reviewers have noted, true insight into Adam Copeland is conspicuous by its abscence here. There are some perfunctory "in character" links (which are more irritating than anything else considering this isn't 1991 anymore) and that's it. What this set lives or dies upon are the matches alone.

Disc 1 starts with his first singles ppv match opposite Owen Hart (Breakdown 1998) and ends a match against Eddie Guerrero (Unforgiven 2002). Both those opponents, of course, are no longer with us and both matches provide ample evidence of just how good they both were. They are far from "solo" efforts though. Edge contributes just as much to both matches and proves that he has always had the talent in the ring.
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