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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: 4
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Clear Vision Ltd - WWE
  • DVD Release Date: 14 April 2008
  • Run Time: 530 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0012U348W
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 15,222 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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A four disc set looking back over the first 15 years of the long-running entertainment show. Highlights include Brian Pillman pulling a gun on Stone Cold Steve Austin, Edge and Lita's live sex show and D-Generation X's invasion of WCW.

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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. Cavanagh on 21 Mar. 2008
For fifteen years fans have looked forward to the over-the-top sports entertainment every Monday night, and WWE Raw has always delivered. The longest-running original entertainment show in television history, with more than 700 episodes, the show has had its share of wild and unforgettable moments, both inside and outside the ring, including Brian Pillman pulling a gun on Stone Cold Steve Austin, Edge and Lita's live sex show, D-Generation X's invasion of WCW, the shocking McMahon purchase of WCW, and more. This 3-disc DVD set shares those moments with fans of all ages. Get ready for sports entertainment history, including:

DISC ONE

First RAW - January 11, 1993

Mr. Perfect vs. Ric Flair Loser Leaves WWE Match - January 18, 1993

Parking Lot Brawl - May 10, 1993

Razor Ramon vs. The Kid - May 17, 1993

Shawn Michaels vs. Marty Jannetty Intercontinental Championship Match
May 17, 1993

Gorilla Monsoon Fires Bobby Heenan - December 6, 1993

Bret Hart vs. 1-2-3 Kid WWE Championship Match - July 11, 1994

The Search for The Undertaker - August 1994

King's Court with William Shatner - January 9, 1995

Shawn Michaels vs. Owen Hart - November 20, 1995

Vader attacks WWE President Gorilla Monsoon - January 22, 1996

A Touch of Goldust - May 27, 1996

Pillman's Got a Gun - November 4, 1996

Mankind vs. The Undertaker No Holds Barred - December 9, 1996

Shawn Loses His Smile - February 13, 1997

The Ninth Wonder of the World - February 17, 1997

Original ECW Invasion - February 24, 1997

Owen Hart vs.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By IWFIcon VINE VOICE on 5 May 2009
The WWE certainly spins a lot of hype about it's "Flagship" broadcast but it is worth noting that whatever the spin, Raw being continually on the air every week since 1993 IS an impressive achievement. Whether or not this collection quite conveys just what an achievement this is, well that's open to debate.

Split into 3 discs, there is certainly enough entertaining stuff on here to please most long-terms fans of the WW(F)E.

Disc One (1993-1997) has a little bit of everything that made RAW such a breath of fresh air when it first started. It has excellent matches (such as Bret Hart Vs 1-2-3 Kid and Owen Hart Vs Davey Boy Smith) and the kind of "spontaneous" moments (the return of Marty Jannetty, the ECW invasion) that are largely missing from the 2009 version of Raw and some genuinely "shocking" moments (such as the Brian Pillman Gun angle). All in all it's a fine set of (mostly) memorable moments.

Disc Two (1998-2002) starts off with the Mike Tyson angles that, arguably, saved the WWE and turned the Monday Night Wars decisevly in Vince McMahon's favour. Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock were on fire in the late 90's and this is a great reminder of why, as well as some great moments from the likes of Mick Foley, Chris Jericho and D-Generation X's WCW "invasion". That the disc ends with the shocking Vince & Eric Bischoff hug should tell you a lot though; as should the fact that whilst the purchase of WCW is part of this DVD, the complete mess that the WW(F)E made of the "invasion" is ignored. Indeed, its probably around here that RAW took a distinct turn for the worse in terms of it's general appeal.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By C. Scriven on 17 Aug. 2008
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The product description calls this a compilation packed with action, interviews, and unseen footage. Fair enough, that's what it gives you; though there doesn't seem to be much "unseen" footage to speak of.

I can only recommend this DVD for loyal fans, new fans would do well to avoid this.

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If you're a loyal, old fan of wrestling (or the WWE to be precise) I suppose you might appreciate re-living the nostalgic moments this DVD contains. The two major problems you'll suffer would be:

1. The sound*; the DVD-sound-transfer seems to have destroyed all the (satisfyingly) loud cheering and atmosphere, making what seemed like an exciting moment become a funeral reception.

*Worth noting however- that I only watched the DVD on a stereo TV.

2. Censorship; despite the 18 certificate, profanities are still bleeped and a certain hand gesture is blurred. There's also the whole issue of the WWF logo; footage from the much loved "Attitude" era have all its logos blurred, affecting the titantron, turnbuckles, even the T-shirts of the officials; it's a constant, nagging irritation.

True, these problems are only cosmetic, but re-watching particular sections just left me hugely under-whelmed; it's just hard to pinpoint what was missing.

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If you're a new fan of wrestling, you'd do well to steer clear of this compilation completely. The main problem you'll suffer would be simple lack of background information.

The footage is incredibly unforgiving to the ignorant; there are moments where the viewer has no idea what's going on or what the significance of it is.

The worst examples of this would be "Mean Street Posse vs.
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