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WWE: Vengeance [2004] [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Raw Presents Vengeance 7 Nov 2004
By Long Boy - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this DVD when in came out on sale for $20. It wasn't worth that.

Cade & Coach v. Tajiri & Rhyno

Jonathan Coachman called out Tajiri, demanding a Vengeance tag team match. But he didn't expect the Japanese Buzzsaw to align himself with the Manbeast Rhyno. The brut force of Rhyno and the martial arts of Tajiri made for a uniquely effective tandem against Coach & Garrison Cade. And it's hard to decide who got the worst of the Tajiri-Rhyno assault, in the end. Cade found himself covered in green mist and leveled by a Gore. But it was Coachman who recieved a jaw-snapping kick that rendered him unconscious for the three-count.

Victoria v. Molly

With a wicked superkick, Victoria dropped Molly Holly and became the No. 1 contender for Trish Stratus' Women's Championship. The back-and-forth match took its toll on Victoria, who at one point attempted the Widow's Peak but had her arm give out mid-move. In the end, it had been a diffucult pay-per-view loss for Molly, who desperatly wanted Vengeance in Hartford after losing her hair to Victoria at Wrestlemania XX.

Kane v. Matt Hardy

All Matt Hardy's rage, frustration and pent-up emotion overwhelmed the monster Kane at Vengeance. Hardy once again showed symptoms of snapping in the mere presence of Kane, bashing the big man with TV monitors, chairs and ring steps in the "No Disqualification" grudge match. With Kane hopelessly tangled in the ring ropes, Hardy even used the ring bell to smash the other man who may have impregnated Lita. After a brutal beating, Kane kicked out of the Twist of Fate then finally gained the upper hand with a chokeslam. With the match stipulation in mind, Kane gladly grabbed the steel ring steps for use as a weapon. Seeing events unfold, Lita put everything at risk by stepping between he monster and his prey. A tormented Kane couldn't bring himself to smash Lita under the circumstances, choosing instead to move her out of harm's way. But Hardy capitalized, using the combination of a steel chair and the ring steps to crush Kane and bring him down for the three-count. Watching her boyfriend prevail, Lita showed a rare smile during the most diffucult of times.

Tag Team Championship

Besides contributing to Triple H's humble defeat, Eugene's uncontrollable ferocity also cost Evolution the World Tag Titles Championship. Eugene seemed to be having the time of his life emulating his tag partner, the legendary "Nature Boy". He called out in signature Ric Flair fashion. He delivered knife-edge chops to the members of La Reistance. He did the strut, dropped the knee and even fell like the 16-time World Heavyweight Champion. Then, the man himself took over, showing the Tag Team Champions from Quebec what true champion looks like. But it all vanished before Evolution's eyes when Eugene snapped. After taking a cheap shot outside the ring, Eugene went berserk. He took out everyone in his path- including the referee, who called for the bell. With the disqualification, Evolution lost a golden chance at capturing the titles.

Chris Jericho v. Batista

The mighty Batista delivered Evolution's lone bright moment at Vengeance, but even that result didn't come with without controversy. In a fateful sequence of events, Batista blocked a Lionsault, hit a punishing Spinebuster and blasted Jericho with the Batista Bomb. Everyone in Hartford, Conn., assumed the match was over - including the referee, who counted three despite Y2J's leg clearly being on the bottom rope. It seemed to be an honest mistake as comeback. Even Batista knew the questionable nature of what occured, swatting Jericho's leg off the rope before its presence could be detected by the official.

Intercontinental Championship

When Randy Orton bounced gruesomly off an exposed turnbuckle, into Edge's waiting spear and was covered for three, it served as a powerful reminder of just how hard it is to hold onto the Intercontinental Championship in this age of WWE parity. Edge said that one-by-one, Evolution would fall. At Vengeance, he picked off a rising star and with it the Intercontinental Championship. Edge's success has to be attributed to his ability and negate Orton's finishing RKO. Once, Edge fought out of the move. Then, he converted it into a backslide that earned a two-count. Orton was left working Edge's neck, something he did successfully all match long. But it was the Legend Killer's choice to remove a turnbuckle's padding - perhaps looking for a shortcut to victory - that ultimately proved to be his undoing. Edge stole away with his new title, leaving Orton to lament his loss in the ring before an unsympathetic crowd in Hartford, Conn. The charged fans gave Orton a "Goodbye" serenade as he left in a manner that foreshadowed Evolution's woes in the World Heavyweight Championship match.

World Heavyweight Championship

Evolution sufferd a significant setback at Vengeance - and it has Eugene to blame. An inadvertent whack with a chair leveled Triple H, who was dazed enough for Chris Benoit to roll him up and retain the World Heavyweight Championship. The Game thought he had the perfect strategy to return to glory, working over Benoit's chest with a range of creative and crippling maneuvers. And he seemingly had the ace in the hole: influence over Eugene and his deceptive strength. Triple H picked his spot, calling for the honorary Evolution member when on the wrong end of a Crippler Crossface and the referee KO'd. But Eugene's loyalties proved to be so divided that it left him paralyzed-- and a detriment to both competitors. First, The Rabid Wolverine dropped Eugene to preserve his title. Later, Triple H pushed Eugene off the ring apron when he got in the way. The Game's plan first crumbled, then backfired. With it went his chance to regain the World Heavyweight Championship.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Best RAW Pay Per View Of The Year So Far. 14 July 2004
By Mike Ward - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
This was a very solid pay per view with really no squash matches and no really bad matches.
1. Rhyno and Tajiri vs Cade and Coach. Predictable match but was a solid opener. It was also really nice to see that WWE is finally using Rhyno and Tajiri. 6/10
2. Batista vs Chris Jericho. Many people say that this match was bad but I think it wasn't all that bad. Although i do agree it could have been a lot better. If Jericho could have had a better partner than Batista this could have been one of the better matches o the night. 5.5/10
3. Tag Team Chmpionship. Flair and Eugene vs La Resistance(c). Was a pretty solid match with a comedic performance by both Flair and Eugene. The match was also better because of the fact the Flair and Eugene didn't win the belts. Solid match. 6.5/10
4. Kane vs Matt Hardy. Very good match dispite the awful premise that the match was made on. Also with Matt's knee injury the segment after the match was well done. 7.5/10
5. Intercontental Championship. Randy Orton(c) vs Edge. Match of the night and one of the better matches of the year. Besides the boring chants this match was awesome. Great technical wrestling then the fast paced ending was all great. 10/10
6. #1 Contender for the Women's Championship. Victoria vs molly Holly. Horrible match. But is worth sitting through to see the kick Victoria gives Molly at the end. 4/10
7. World Heavyweight Championship. HHH vs Benoit(c). This match was a mix of great wrestling and stupid storyline involvments. the match was a great one until the involvement of Eugene. The ending was just terrible. It seemed so sketchy and to make it worse the second straight ending of a Heavyweight Championship match with a rollup. Nonetheless the wrestling gives this match a good grade. 9/10.
Overall the best one brand only pay per view of the year. 48.5/70
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I was there. 10 April 2006
By Matt - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Garrison cade and the Coach vs Ryhno and Tajri

match rating: 6/10

Batista vs Chris Jherico

match rating: 7/10

Tag Team championship La Resistance(champs) vs Eugune and Ric Flair

match rating: 3/10

No DQ match Matt Hardy vs Kane

match rating: 7/10

I.C. championship Randy Orton(champ) vs Edge

match rating: 10/10

1# contender match for womans title Victoris vs Molly Holly

match rating: 4/10

World Hevey Weghit championship Chris Benoit(champ) vs HHH

match rating: 10/10
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Vengeance 2004 14 July 2005
By Showstopper - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Hello and welcome to my review on Vengeance 2004. I use a grading system and each match receives a grade. Then to determine how the show ranks the total of the matches scores are divided by the number of matches giving the grade and a comment about whether you should buy it or not. The grading system is as follows.

Grading E- = 0 - 8.33%-Waste of time and money.

E = 8.33 - 16.66%-Waste of time and money.

E+ = 16.66 - 24.99%-Waste of time and money.

D- = 24.99 - 33.32%-Very poor event maybe read about it.

D = 33.32 - 41.65%-Poor event with a little something standing out.

D+ = 41.65 - 50%-Not a very good event but it just below passing.

C- = 50 - 55.55%-Just below average worth a watch.

C = 55.55 - 61%-An average event worth a renting.

C+ = 61 - 66.65%-Above average worth a purchase if you can find it for cheap.

B- = 66.65 - 72.20%-Good event with a lot of good stuff. Purchase if you're a collector or interested.

B = 72.20 - 77.75%-Good quality event which is worth purchase and should be collected.

B+ = 77.75 - 83.30%-Very high quality event with awesome matches. Must have for anyone.

A- = 83.30 - 88.85%-Excellent event, must have for anyone. Lock this one away.

A = 88.85 - 94.40%-Extremely spectacular event with lots of great stuff. Lock this away.

A+ = 94.40 - 100%-DVD of the century, must buy and keep in a very safe place.

Match One-Garrison Cade & Jonathan"Coach"Coachman Vs Tajiri & Rhyno-This was a good solid opening tag match with Rhyno being Tajiri's mystery partner. The action was good and well balanced with both teams dominating a little bit at a time. I believe all of these men have lots of talent and should be moved up gradually towards better things. My rating 6.28/10.

Match Two-Batista Vs Chris Jericho-Strength of Batista Vs the quickness of Y2J. This match was a very solid match with it doing what it needed too. The crowd was fairly hot for this match and thats a really good sign. The ending was good as it did what it needed too. Hopefully these two have a major feud down the track with some more matches. My rating 7.87/10.

Match Three-World Tag Team Championships-La Resistance(C)Vs "Nature Boy" Ric Flair & Eugene-Eugene recieved a surprise Ric Flair robe from Evolution and he throughout most of the match did Flairs moves like the Figure 4, the Woooooooooooooo!, the strut and much more. The match itself was very good as La Resistance are coming together a lot since their debut and they seem to do a lot better. Everyone put in a great performance and the ending wasn't great but it had to be done. My rating 8.23/10.

Match Four-No DQ Match-Matt Hardy Vs Kane-This was a good no DQ match with quite a few weapons used with lots of good spots and a nice solid ending. This feud is one of the few long lasting feuds these days so its good. Keep this good feud going as its really interesting and entertaining. My rating 8.01/10.

Match Five-Intercontinental Championship-Randy Orton(C)Vs Edge-This was a really really long match with Edge having all the crowds support behind him and both of these men deserved the time they got for this match and it was only just shorter then the main event which was awesome. I hope this feud continues because its worth it and maybe they could have a cage match or something suitable between these two men. My rating 8.96/10.

Match Six-Number One Contender For The Womens Title-Victoria Vs Molly Holly-This was a good solid womens match. These two bring out the best in each other and hopefully sometime down the track they can battle over the title once again. Keep up the good work. My rating 6.10/10.

Match Seven-Main Event-World Heavyweight Championship-Chris Benoit(C)Vs HHH-This was an awesome match with lots of great action for nearly half an hour which was great! It was non stiop and it was off the hook. Eugene made his way to the ring in this match and it played a vital part in the ending of this match. Finisher attempts,counters,suplexes,flying knees, you name it this match has it. Though there was no blood this match was still excellent and one of the best i've seen in a while. It told a great story as well. Hopefully there's some interesting down the line for both men in the near future! My rating 9.72/10.

Overall this show did very well with a great score in the main event,Intercontinental title match and the tag match was good also. The score for this show is 55.17/70 which is 78.81% which is a B+. This show thouroghly deserved its score as it was really good and it had some really interesting emotional matches. I reccomend this to all.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars This was better than I thought 21 Aug 2004
By the one and only - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
Vengeace 2004 was a good ppv instead for the fact that the audience wasn't as into some of the matches as I thought they would. The extras are good, they even have some scenes from raw the next day after Vengeace where Eugene gets beat up. This is still a solid four star ppv and you should definately check it out.

Rhyno and Tajiri vs. Coach and Garrison Cade: A good match for the comedy. Coach and Cade continue to think they are still the shiz-nit, as my friend likes to put it. Both of them get the crap kicked out of them. The kicks Tajiri gives in this match are unbelievably loud. Cade gets the mist in his face and a gore and Coach gets kicked upside the head. A pretty surprisingly decent opener. 7.5/10

Batista vs. Chris Jericho: This was a good match, Jericho should be wreslting for a title but unfortunately is stuck with Batista because he needed an opponent. The ending sucked because Jericho was robbed. 7/10

Eugene and Ric Flair vs. La Resistance: This was a funny match. Eugene has lots of talent and he copied everything Flair did. The crowd's reaction was great in this match, especially when Eugene poked one of the French Guys in the eye. The ending was kinda cheesy, but I didn't really want to see Flair and Eugene as champions. 8/10

Kane vs. Matt Hardy: I was expecting a lot more out of this match, but unfortunately not enough weapons were used in this one. The crowd wanted tables and I was right with them. A chair, steel steps, and a tv monitor were used. It started out fast paced, but then it was just Kane beating on Matt all the time. Lita came down to the ring and kinda ruined it in my opinion, but Matt comes in and hits the steps in his face with a chair. A good match, but way too short and not enough weapons. 7.5/10

Victoria vs. Molly Holly: DUD, this was a rematch from wrestlmania and nowhere near as good as that one. The kick Victoria gives to Molly at the end was loud. Just a card filler, in this one. 6/10

Randy Orton vs. Edge: This was the best match of the night, even though the crowd was chanting boring at some points. The crowd was really behind Edge in this one. Look for a kid in the front row that has a sign that says Edge killer. Its really funny to see his expression when Randy loses. A great suspensful match, and Randy even cries after the match. 9/10

Triple H vs. Chris Benoit: Second best match of the night. I had been waiting to see them one on one since Wrestlmania. Both of them hit each other with suplexes, throwing them into the ring corners, or applying submission holds. The way Eugene helped Benoit to win when he didn't want to was funny, and Benoit continued his streak to five months at Summerslam. Hopefully he will be champion again. The match was good and the crowd was in Benoit's corner the whole time. A good title match. 8.5/10

This was a good Raw ppv, not as good as Backlash or Bad Blood, but still way better than any of the Smackdown ppvs. At least rent it, you all can thank me later.
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