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Slammiversary 2007 [DVD]

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  • Format: Colour, DVD-Video, PAL
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Tna Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: 17 Sep 2007
  • Run Time: 210 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000SLYE4Y
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 111,852 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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5.0 out of 5 stars EPIC PPV from TNA 3 July 2008
As I type this I have literally jsut finished watching the DVD. I bought it because I miss a lot of TNA PPV's (as it is hard for me to watch them when they are aired) and I was not dissapointed.

I won't do a match for match review but I will say that if you are a fan of TNA, this is a must have DVD for your collection. Every single match is fast-paced and solid, Add to that the fact that the crowd is mega-hyped and you have a truly awesome PPV. Highlgihts of the show for me were the King of the Mountain match, Abyss and Tomko's NoDQ brawl and the opener between LAX and Rhino/Senshi. This PPV is a prime example of why TNA is beating WWE in UK ratings.

Also on the PPV is a performance of the catchy Slammiversary theme "Boom Boom" by LoCash Cowboys, which is worth a view as it is one awesome song.

DVD extras include James Storm vs Chris Harris in their brawl from "iMPACT", footage of the TNA FanFest a Photo Gallery and a music video featuring the best moments of the first 5 years of TNA set to "Fighter" by Candlefuse.

A great PPV with some nice DVD Extras = a Five Star DVD. A msut have for any TNA/ Wrestling fan.
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Rhino & Senshi vs. LAX
Rhino and Senshi have no chemistry at all. But still, this match was far from boring and above average. Some real good spots, Hernandez gets to show of his strength. Senshi gets in some of his moves as well. A good back and forth match. That really got me into the ppv. 4.5/5

X-Divison Championship
Chris Sabin vs. "Black Machismo" Jay Lethal
An excellent match. Nothing bad to say about this one at all. With a great ending. Possibly my favorite on the card. 5/5

Wycheck & Jerry Lynn vs. Jason Storm & Truth
A very short match. Decent, nothing really special. Except for a very funny segment Storm and Truth did to get into Wycheck's head. Other than that just average, with the Truth sporting his way overused move list in the beginning. No wonder wwe dropped his a55. 3/5

Bob Backlund vs. Alex Shelley
This match surprised me. Backlund seems more fit and he is much stronger than Ric Flair at this age. The match was very short, but I still liked it. I thought the ending was cool too and it just might lead to something more. 3.5/5

VKM vs. Basham & Damaja w/ Christy Hemme
Christy is still on her mission to smash the VKM. This match started out as a brawl. Again not too long and nothin really special. The ending just added more to the future storyline. 3/5

Freedom Match
Robert Roode w/ Ms. Brooks vs. Eric Young
The stipulation is if Eric wins he gains his freedom. If he loses then he's fired. A very good match with a funny spot. Eric literally strips Ms. Brooks. You see her A55! The match was alright. An additional segment takes place but I won't spoil that for those who haven't seen this. 5/5

Tag Team Championship
Team 3D vs.
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4.0 out of 5 stars TNA Slammiversary 2007 is a 4 star ppv 27 Aug 2007
By lex Fryling - Published on

1. Rhino and Senshi vs. LAX- I thought this was a good way to start off the ppv. I really liked both teams as I liked the power game by LAX and the speed by Senshi really worked well in this match. The one thing that I wish would have happened is I wish they would have gave it more time but it was a solid tag match with some near falls which made it entertaining. Winners Rhino and Senshi. Match Rating 7.5/10.
2. Chris Sabin vs. Black Machismo Jay Lethal for the X-Division Title- I really enjoyed this X-Division match. Sabin has had a long reign with that title so it added to the hype of this match. Not everyone really liked the new character of Lethal but I thought it was pretty cool. These two really worked well together as there was even a suplex on the outside of the ring. Lots of near falls lead to a great title match. Winner and new X-Division Champ Black Machismo Jay Lethal. Match Rating 8/10.
3. Frank Wycheck and Jerry Lynn vs. James Storm and Ron the Truth Killings- Now going into this match there was a lot of question of if this was going to be a bad match cause a football player was in it and not a wrestler well let me say I thought Wycheck did a great job for his first time. Jerry Lynn was the perfect partner as he worked really weel as storm match up with Wycheck's strength and killings matched up with lynn's speed. Pretty good match with back and forth action. Winner Frank Wycheck and Jerry Lynn. Match Rating 7/10.
4. Mr. Backlund vs. Alex Shelly- This to me was a awful match. I was not expecting a lot going into this match and that was not because of shelly that was because of backlund as I did not know why a almost 60 year old was in the ring. This was a 3 minute match at best and a total blow off. Winner Alex Shelly. Match Rating 2/10.
5. The Voodoo Kin Mafia vs. Basham and Damaja with Christy Hemme- This was yet another match that could have been kept off the card as it was another awful match and the crowd did not care about this match. This was kept short which was a good thing. Not much to say. Winners The Voodoo Kin Mafia. Match Rating 3/10.
6. Erie Young vs. Robert Roode with Mrs. Brooks in a Freedom Match- This was accualty a pretty good match even though these two have had a feud going on forever. I really liked the way Eric Young looked in this match as he had some high flying moves including a cross body off the top rope to the outside,. There were some funny parts in the match to including Eric pantsing Mrs. Brooks. The match restarted after Roode hit young with the chair and got the pin. Winner Eric Young. Match Rating 7.5/10.
7. Sting vs. Christopher Daniels- This was set up very well with a very good storyline and I was really excited for this match as they had a good feud going into it. The problem here is this match only got 7 minutes at best that is because they had the crap like VKM and Backlund on the card. Thes two did the best they could with there time and put on a solid match. Winner Sting. Match Rating 6.5/10.
8. Team 3D vs. Rick Stiner and Animal for the TNA Tag Team Championships- This was supposed to be stiner's vs. 3D but Scott got hurt and could not wrestle. These two teams really tried here but I think that age played a big part in the match as these two teams looked slow. An okay match but its to bad Scott got hurt. Winners and still TNA Tag Team Champs Team 3D. Match Rating 5/10.
9. Abyss vs. Tomko in a No DQ Match- Here is the surprise on the card. This match was not even booked for the ppv except a couple days before and it turned out to be the second best match on the show. This was a brutal match and it fit both men's style which is hardcore. There were so many sweet parts in the match including a blackhole slam into the glass and even a powerbomb type move into the tumbtacks. A great match put on by both men. Winner Abyss. Match Rating 9/10.
10. Christian Cage vs. Kurt Angle vs. A.J. Styles vs. Samoa Joe vs. Chris Harris in a King Of The Mountain Match for the TNA World Heavywieght Title- Wow was this a great way to close the show. The crowd had been hot alnight but this is the hottest that they had ever been. This was set up a lot better than last years. The match was non stop action all the way thorugh. The best part of the match to me was Joe and Styles were on the tope of the cage and joe through him off the cage through a table below. There was also a sick spear by Chris Harris taking Christian off the ladder. Very good main event. Winner and new TNA World Heavywieght Champ Kurt Angle. Match Rating 10/10.

Well that raps up another. I would give TNA Slammiversary 2007 a grade of 65.5/100 which is a 66% which means this is a good ppv. It just makes that grade by a percent and this could have been a lot better of a ppv if they had left a couple matches off the card. Still a solid event and I think that you should pick it up. IF you can tell me if my review was helpful or not I would appreciate that. Thanks for your time.
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3.0 out of 5 stars TNA Wrestling Slammiversary 2007 25 Jan 2008
By William C. Coppedge - Published on
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TNA Wrestling Slammiversary June 17, 2007
This is TNA Wrestling's fifth anniversary show, and it takes place in Nashville, Tennessee it is the 3rd TNA pay per view to take place outside of the impact zone at universal studios in Orlando, Florida.

"The War Machine" Rhino & Senshi Vs. The Latin American Xchange
This match was a great way to start off a pay per view, I pick homicide as the stand out wrestler in this match but all the wrestlers worked well together. They told a good story and Hector Guerrero provided a good balance to the match. Rating 4/5

Chris Sabin (C) Vs. "Black Machismo" Jay Lethal X Division Championship
This was a good match but it was too short for me i think they deserved at least 5 to 10 more minutes. Lethal was the standout performer for this match and he was way over with the crowd this guy is gonna be a big star in the future. Rating 4/5

James Storm & Ron Killings Vs. Frank Wycheck & Jerry Lynn
This was an average match not really a good "wrestling" match but it was entertaining at moments. It served it's purpose to get the Tennessee Titans involved in their home city. Rating 3/5

Mr. Backlund Vs. Alex Shelley
This match was way too short for me with unnecessary interference, I am disappointed because I believe Shelley is way better than this and at a big stage like slammiversary they should showcase his talent. Plus after the match it was like a big circus with everybody and their mother coming out and getting involved. Rating 2/5

VKM Vs. Basham & Damaja w/ Christy Hemme
This match was way too short for a pay per view, this type of stuff should be on impact leading up to the big pay per view. I am again very disappointed with this one. Rating 2/5

"E.Y." Eric Young Vs. Robert Roode W/ Ms. Brooks
Eric Young made this match, he is a very entertaining person. This match was a breath of fresh air after the 2 previous disappointing matches. A great plus is when you get to see Ms. Brooks bare [...] now that's what I call in demand. Rating 3.5/5

Team 3D Vs. Rick Steiner & Animal TNA Tag Team Championship
It was good to see Animal back in the ring but this was way too short for any kind of a title match on a Pay Per View, again this is stuff that should've been on impact instead. Rating 2/5

"The Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels Vs. "The Icon" Sting
I am a huge fan of both of these wrestlers, so this match was a huge disappointment to me as it was way too short. Again this is stuff that should've been on impact not on pay per view. Rating 2/5

Abyss Vs. Tomko No Disqualification Match
This was a pretty good match, Tomko took an amazing fall and a blackhole slam on some shattered glass. Tomko was also hitting Abyss with a baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire. These guys put on a good show. Rating 3.5/5

King Of The Mountain Match For The TNA World Championship
Christian Cage Vs. Kurt Angle Vs. AJ Styles Vs. Samoa Joe Vs. Chris Harris
This was an awesome match it totally saved the pay per view. It was without a shadow of a doubt the best match of the night. This one is full of excitement and will keep you entertained until the very end. The dvd is worth buying for this match alone. Rating 5/5

This was a good show but there were way too many matches on the card which caused most of the matches to be way too short and alot of these matches were TV quality stuff and should not have been on pay per view. It is worth buying for the main event alone TNA collectors should buy it but if you are new to TNA I would buy Bound For Glory Or Genesis from 2007.
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4.0 out of 5 stars ????? about an edit job on the disc 22 Aug 2007
By Jason Burnett - Published on
I just wanted to know if anyone else notice the horrible edit during the Abyss/Tomko match where after Tomko got thrown off the top of the stage it then cuts to him walking away and the announcers talking about Abyss diving onto him? I think that is just horrible why edit your own product like that? Other than that, the event was alright with the KOTM match being the best.
4.0 out of 5 stars TNA Slammiversary 2007 review 29 Nov 2012
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The LAX(Homicide & Hernandez)-Rhino/Senshi tag team match was a great opener. The Chris Sabin-Jay Lethal-X Division title match was also great. The James Storm/Ron Killings-Frank Wycheck/Jerry Lynn tag team match was surprisingly good. The Alex Shelly-Bob Backlund match was short but not that bad. The Vooddo Kin Mafia(BG James & Kip James)-Basham/Damaja tag team match was short but not sweet. The Robert Roode-Eric Young-Free or Fired match was not great but pretty good. The Team 3D(Brother Ray & Brother Devon)-Rick Steiner/Road Warrior Animal-Tag Team title match was watchable at best. The Christopher Daniels-Sting match while not a bad match,it was too rushed for it's own good. The No DQ match between Tomko & Abyss was smash-mouth,hardcore,extreme brawl. The King of the Mountain match to crown the first ever TNA champion(Kurt Angle vs Samoa Joe vs Christian Cage vs AJ Styles vs Chris Harris) was a hard-hitting,smash-mouth,awesome brawl. I give this PPV a 7 out of 10.
5.0 out of 5 stars TNA celebrates it's 5th birthday in Nashville, Tennessee 29 July 2010
By J. Johnson - Published on
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I like the cover art on this DVD. It's a take off on the Johnny Cash "Walk The Line" poster. Instead of Johnny Cash we've got Jeff Jarrett on the poster now. Jeff didn't actually wrestle at Slammiversary however.

I was at this event in Nashville, TN. It was a good pro wrestling pay-per-view.

I got a kick out of watching the DVD extra that showed the fans at the T.N.A. Fanfest standing in line and then later meeting the wrestlers. I met Kevin Nash and Kurt Angle there. WWE should do the same thing before every PPV.

Hard to believe that this PPV marked the five-year anniversary of TNA. I loved it when they ran a PPV every Wednesday night at the Nashville Fairgrounds.
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