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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: Clearvision
  • DVD Release Date: 2 Jun. 2008
  • Run Time: 175 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0016P428O
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 29,196 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


A collection of some of the most important fights from the 2008 wrestling season featuring Randy Orton vs. John Cena; Edge vs. Rey Mysterio; Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Jericho vs. JBL vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Umaga; Undertaker vs. Batista vs. Finlay vs. The Great Khali vs. MVP vs. Big Daddy V; Chavo Guerrero vs. CM Punk; and Ric Flair vs. Mr. Kennedy.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By R. Wood TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 30 May 2009
The Road to WrestleMania is one of the biggest highlights of the year for WWE and its fans. In terms of storylines, it's the hottest period as events and superstars all steamroll towards the biggest wrestling show of all time. It all starts at Royal Rumble, and No Way Out has been a show that continues the traditional saga with superb escalation before it all hits the fan.

In 2008, there was some fantastic stuff going on. Such as the build-up to the inevitable and awesome Undertaker-Edge confrontation, the Career-Threatening Stipulation of Ric Flair's final run, Randy Orton at the top of the WWE throne with Cena and HHH out for retribution and the shocking confrontation between the Big Show and Floyd "Money" Mayweather.

The 2008 edition of No Way Out was something that I was concerned about, though. The latest chapter of the Road to WrestleMania and the long-awaited return of the Elimination Chamber were reasons to watch. But the fact that WWE decided to book TWO of these bouts in ONE night was theoretically quite risky. Nothing like this had been done before and there was the apparent danger of it being overkill for the audience and the viewers at home.

However, thanks to the booking, the format worked brilliantly, and the sheer high-quality of the Elimination Chamber bouts, along with a strong card throughout made No Way Out 2008 an excellent show.

ECW Championship Match
Chavo Guerrero (Champion) vs. CM Punk
Even though I still believe it was a mistake to put the ECW title on Chavo, I don't deny that this is a rather good opener. Doesn't match up to their memorable Gulf of Mexico battle, but both Chavo and CM Punk have very good chemistry here, resulting in a nice contest.
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ECW championship - Chavo Guerrero vs CM punk

A good match with good build up. It seems strange to see Punk as a fan favourite but a good energetic match 7/10

World Heavyweight championship - Edge vs Rey Mysterio

As talented as he is it can sometimes be hard to take Mysterio seriously. The build up story to this was rather daft and the fact the match finishes almost carbon copy to the Rumble match sums it up. 5/10

Smackdown elimination chamber

Two of the greatest athletes ever in Batista and Undertaker start off the match and other `superstars' in Finlay, MVP, the great Khali and Big Daddy V enter. Easy to tell who the final to will be but what a finale and oh my word what a fantastic finishing manoeuvre! Just for that this is worth an 8/10

Ric Flair vs Mr Kennedy

Good match, Mr Kennedy (Or Anderson on TNA) is a brilliant mic worker and great athlete and with the prospect that if Flair lost he would retire this boiled some good tension and a great finish. 8/10

WWE championship - John Cena vs Randy Orton

With Cena's big return at the rumble this got the fans excited and a good lengthy match and although I can barely stand Cena he was alright, the ending to this match was so abrupt and funny. 8/10

Raw elimination chamber

With a good array of matches behind it No Way Out boiled down to a sensational last match that did include a roster of all respectable stars in Jeff Hardy, JBL, Y2J, HHH, Umaga and HBK and despite my accidental stumbling on the result, you could not guess who would win this. Fantastic moves, fast and slow paced, bodies hitting steel, a swanton off a pod a bloody collection of bodies, this was easily match of the night. 10/10

A good pay per view, entertaining though not classic but if anything at a cheap price I would buy simply for that last Raw chamber match.
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After a very good Royal Rumble Pay-Per-View, it was now time for the second Pay-Per-View of the year, which was called No Way Out.

This Pay-Per-View was good for several reasons, one of them was the two elimination chamber matches that were performed at the event. Both elimination chamber matches were brutal with the winner of them both getting a well earned world championship match at WrestleMania XXIV (24), which is in fact my second favourite WrestleMania of all time.

The downside to this Pay-Per-View was the two main events involving, John Cena who squared off against Randy Orton for the WWE Championship, which sadly ended in a disqualification. Plus an injured Rey Mysterio had a last opportunity to face Edge for the World Heavyweight Championship, where the match itself wasn't that brill, due to Mysterio having an injured arm.

It was however good to see The Big Show making his shocking return to the WWE, after a one year absence and to return to having a punch up with Floyd Money Maywhether.

Overall WWE No Way Out 2008 was still a good event, that should belong in a WWE collection.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Daniel Holligan on 8 Dec. 2008
No Way Out 2008

a highly entertaining pay-per-view with high drama and excitement. I was rather worried however that by the time the Raw elimination chamber match came I would not find it interesting after the previous elimination chamber.

ECW Championship-Chavo Guerrero(c).vs. CM Punk ***

Quite entertaining and quick-paced. However it was a bit short and not exactly a classic. Didn't see the ending coming and I thought Punk lost a bit easily.

Smackdown Elimination Chamber Match ****

WOW! Great match with excitement, drama and another Taker, Batista classic. I did think that the match was let down by the lack of superstars in at one time and no real superstar quality throughout. Ending was fantastic with a must-see counter from Undertaker to win it.

Ric Flair .vs. Mr. Kennedy **

Poor match. It was slow and repetitive. I think I saw about 5 attempts at the figure-4-leglock from both competitors and too much disrespectful mocking from Kennedy. This match was saved by the outcome.

World Heavyweight Championship-Edge(c).vs. Rey Mysterio ***

On paper it should have been edge of your seat stuff. But with the injury to Mysterio it was slow and short. Mysterio put up a great fight with great offence but was unable to follow up his 619 which cost him. The match was over-shadowed by the return of the Big-Show and the involvement of Mayweather Jr. Now that was good.

WWE Championship-Randy Orton(c).vs. John Cena ****

Personally if I'd won the Royal Rumble I would have waited until Wrestlemania but Cena made the gamble and made his title shot at No Way Out.
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