ECW:Guilty As Charged 2001 is the most violent and foul-mouthed wrestling show I have ever seen on video. Not that that's a bad thing. The frequent blood-shed is not for the faint-hearted, but the wrestling action is very entertaining. The best match on the card is Rob Van Dam's match with Jerry Lynn. As usual, RVD steals the show with his high-flying, risky, bump-taking offence, although Lynn works hard as well (Van Dam even gets to use his Van Terminator). This match is the perfect send-off for ECW.
The other matches aren't quite as hot, but they're still very entertaining. The Tables Ladders And Canes Match has to be seen to be believed, and the "I Quit" Match between CW Anderson and Tommy Dreamer is a brutal and bloody affair. There are some minor faults, however. Rhyno's "match" with The Sandman is too short, as is the tag-team match featuring Simon Diamond and Swinger (Rhyno interferes and destroys everyone).
I wasn't a fan of "Team Extreme" before, but after watching this, I can see why ECW will always have a place in wrestling history, and why it's the most influencial group in wrestling.