I really enjoyed this DVD.
Disc one has a 2 hour documentary about the real life Vince McMahon and the on screen Mr McMahon.
I found it really interesting, they make mention of the thing I thought wouldn't have been brought up.
The screwjob, XFL, things going a bit downhill after the Attitude Era and the better forgotten Katie Vick storyline!
I grew up with the Attitude Era, and alot of this documentary focuses on it, within 5-10 minutes they are talking about the Austin/McMahon feud, I was surprised so much of WWE history was ignored and/or glossed over.
Their are interviews with Vinces family, HHH, William Regal, John Cena, good ol' JR, Big Show and more, but to be honest sometimes the arse-kissing gets a bit embarrassing to watch, especially in the DVDs deleted interviews and storys.
Overall it has flaws, is a bit one-sided, but I really enjoyed it.
Disc 1 also has around 25 minutes of deleted scenes, the Vince training montage from Raw in 1998, Vince singing Stand Back at the slammies in 1987 and one 'match'- Vince V Austin at Raw in 1998.
Disc 2 contains another 8 matches, all hugely enjoyable. Vince is no rassler, but the effort he puts into his matches is respectable and he always gives us a good show.
A great DVD, and whether you like him or not, Vince is a seriously important man - well worth buying.