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WWE - No Mercy 2007 [DVD]

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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: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Clear Vision Ltd - WWE
  • DVD Release Date: 4 Feb 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001110GSS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 40,273 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


Coverage of fights from the 2007 'No Mercy' tournament, including Randy Orton vs. Triple H for the 'Last Man Standing' event and Beth Phoenix vs. Candice Michelle in the Women's Championship match, among others.

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By R. Wood TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 8 Mar 2008
2007 had been a very rough year for WWE. So many of their top stars were getting injured, many more were involved in a drug scandal and there was the horrific, unfathomable Benoit tragedy. And just when it seemed things couldn't possibly get any worse, John Cena, the company's biggest star and then-WWE Champion was injured.

Watching the 2007 edition of No Mercy gave me the impression that WWE weren't gonna take anymore misfortune. They took a really bad situation, and used it to produce one of the best pay-per-views of 2007. With the WWE title vacated heading into the show, things kick off with a true bang, as a fantastic opening segment sees Vince McMahon award the title to Randy Orton, (who this time was more than ready for/deserving of a world title reign, unlike in 2004), and Triple H coming out, which sets up our first match.

WWE Championship Match
Randy Orton (Champion) vs. Triple H
The opening segment, the shocking challenge of HHH, and the impromptu nature of this match REALLY got the crowd into this, and for the viewer, it's impossible not to get caught up in the excitement yourself. This is a fantastic opening contest, made special by the circumstances and its straight wrestling nature. The outcome here doesn't bother me at all. In fact, I welcome it wholeheartedly given how long it's been since we've had a HHH title reign, and that this is only the first chapter of such a well-crafted storyline. The only thing that overshadows this is the main event. (8/10)

6-Man Tag Team Match
Jeff Hardy, Paul London & Brian Kendrick vs. Mr Kennedy, Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch
An unexpected bonus and a cracking one at that. All six guys are true, proven talent that all together put on a exciting, fast-paced affair.
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Let me preface this by stating that I know many people will disagree with that statement. However if you DO disagree... you are simply a person who is 100% wrong. Randy Orton is the greatest source of WWEntertainment of all the times, and tonight was the man's night.

This is surely one of the only Pay Per Views which has a one-rivalry story told right the way through (other than perhaps No Mercy 2000, which plugged the completely disasterously abysmal Rikishi-Austin match). For a fan such as myself who had, at that time, been waiting for Randy Orton to be given the opportunity to carry the company for WAY too long, seeing him holding the newly-awarded WWE Championship above his head while the pyro went off wildly behind him (much to the blatant disapproval of the majority of the crowd) was a truly ecstasy-inducing moment. The fact that it technically happened on my birthday as well (The Pay Per View was broadcast at 1am October 8th in the UK) only added to the joy. Triple H, the wrestler who my friends and I were begging not to be introduced as Orton's opponent (He has a history of making Orton look like a fool by beating him 99% of the time) swanned down to the ring, and after some admittedly hilarious interaction between HHH and Vince McMahon (at that point an Ort-vocate), we have...

Stage 1: HHH vs Randy Orton (c) for the strap. You could tell they were holding back their most ingenious ideas for later on in the night; nevertheless, these two had a fast paced back-and-forth, PPV worthy bout. HHH ended up dramatically increasing my hatred for him by beating Orton in about 11 minutes. The crowd predictably lapped up this garbage.
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By sean paul mccann VINE VOICE on 27 May 2008
This event marks as one of my favourite events of 2007 but the main reason being that it is a night that belongs to my favourite WWE star so if you hate this guy and i cant say who obviously then this event may not go down well with you,but i think the WWE team played a blinder with this event.
The event started with a new champion who was handed the belt by vince mcmahon,he didnt have to fight for it,cena had been stripped off the belt prior to this and we thought he would be gone for a year.
Triple h came out and contested the new champion and we were off,our first match,it was a good contest and was sprightly and energetic,perhaps a wobbly pin but a good way to get us off and running.
We had a good match next as well,as lance cade and trevor murdoch along with the great mr kennedy went up against jeffrey hardy and paul london and brian jendrick in a six man tag,this match ebbed and flowed and produced some jaw dropping stuff,all the elements needed were present and a great finisher meant that i was very content.
There was a poor match next that didnt even last two minutes when the ECW champion cm punk fought big daddy v,this was pointless and matt striker should really be seen and not heard.
Triple h returned for his second match of the night at vince mcmahons instruction as he went up against umaga,this was a good match,evenly split and aggressive and fought with a lively pace,this had all that you want in truth.
finlay and rey mysterio were up next in a numbing encounter,the brawler versus the ultimate speed machine wasnt always gonna work on paper but they could have tried harder,i found this pretty awful although there was a clever twist at the end.
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