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WWE: For All Mankind - The Life And Career Of Mick Foley [DVD]

Mick Foley    Suitable for 15 years and over   DVD
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Product details

  • Actors: Mick Foley
  • Format: PAL
  • Dubbed: German, French
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Fremantle Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 22 April 2013
  • Run Time: 375 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00B8864G2
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 16,644 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Product Description

Once upon a time there lived a Legend decades in the making; the one-of-a-kind tale of three personas, one sock puppet, multiple New York Times best sellers and countless bumps, bruises, scars and smiles. Now, for the first time ever, the comprehensive story of Mick Foley is presented in For All Mankind: The Life and Career of Mick Foley. Friends, family, peers and Mrs. Foley s baby boy himself trace his unfathomable rise to stardom. From the moment that inspired him to become a professional wrestler to his transformation into the infamous Hardcore Legend, this is his life a truly unique story for all mankind.

Includes five hours of bonus matches featuring The Rock, Undertaker, Triple H, Sting, The Sandman, British Bulldogs and much more!


Power Hour November 1991 - Submit or Surrender Match

Cactus Jack vs. Sting

King of the Ring 28th June, 1998 - Hell in a Cell

Mankind vs. Undertaker

IYH: Rock Bottom 13th December, 1998 - WWE Championship Match

Mankind vs. The Rock

No Way Out 27th February, 2000 - Hell In A Cell Retirement Match

Cactus Jack vs. Triple H

And much more...

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A great DVD set for all mankind... 29 April 2013
As a huge Mick Foley fan I was very excited that WWE were releasing this set; particularly as it was released so soon after his Hall of Fame induction. WWE's DVD collections for the likes of the Rock, CM Punk and Edge include fantastic documentaries that are both detailed and fascinating. Add that to the plethora of matches on the following discs and WWE are really using their video library to their advantage and spoiling us fans.

For All Mankind follows this same formula and rather than treading old ground that Mick covers in his own best selling books, this DVD manages to enhance Mick's stories by allowing us to put faces to names such as childhood friends or people throughout his career. There's even plenty of footage of Mick's now infamous home made movie where Dude Love made his pre- WWE debut. Not only that but there is footage from Dominic DeNucci's gym and even fan footage of Mick's ear literally dropping off in the ring during a match in Germany!

Mick and the various people interviewed are candid, informative and honest as is always the case in these WWE made features. My only criticism (and this is a minuscule point) would be a lack of word from the Undertaker; particularly during the segment that talks about their now legendary Hell In A Cell match. However we all know how carefully Taker and WWE protect his character so while it would have been something special to hear from Undertaker as one of Mick's greatest opponents, it is entirely forgivable.

While this DVD is a must have for any WWE fan, I personally recommend you also purchase WWE's earlier Foley related compilation 'Mick Foley: Greatest Hits and Misses' simply to give you a full compliment of Foley's in ring career.
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5.0 out of 5 stars wrestling legend recalls 5 Jun 2013
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this dvd is a great gift for the wrestling fan in your family , not only does it have a great documentary but also loads of matches to view including archive footage from mick foleys early career before wwe. this is a great purchase for any wrestling fan
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5.0 out of 5 stars mankind dvd 10 Feb 2014
By tiddler
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This is a complete story of Mankind and his persona's and his wrestling career. from his beginnings. Very interesting dvd.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Quite a few hits, but a lot of glaring misses 11 Nov 2013
By dynamitekid156 VINE VOICE
I usually try to keep my personal bias out of a review as much as I can, but Mick Foley is both my favourite wrestler and my favourite author, so I was inevitably going to pick up this DVD.
Disc one is a documentary of Foley's life - and having read all of Foley's books, I was quite impressed that the documentary still managed to tell me a few things I didn't know. Vince McMahon is conspicuous in his absence as a talking head, but WWE actually bothered to dig up Shane Douglas (and Douglas, a strongly anti-WWE guy, allowed himself to be interviewed) showing that Foley is clearly a nice enough guy to even ease bitter real-life hatred.
The documentary is insightful, moving, funny and up-to-the-minute, concluding in 2013 with Foley's current success as a stand-up comic.
Discs two and three are dedicated to matches, and this is where the previous Mick Foley's Greatest Hits And Misses DVD is vastly superior.
Match choice wise, these are flat out bizarre. Despite being referenced as his greatest matches, his 1996 Mind Games match against Shawn Michaels and his 2004 street fight against Randy Orton aren't included; nor is his street fight with Triple H at Royal Rumble 2000. All of these were included on Hits and Misses, so avoiding overlap is understandable. The '98 Hell in a Cell match is (justifiably) repeated here, but weirdly so is Foley's WWF debut in 1986 against the British Bulldogs, a brief and ultimately uninspiring squash match.
A clutch of great ECW matches appear on disc one, but the set stops dead on disc two after the retirement Cell match against Triple H.
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