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WWF: Wrestlemania 8 [VHS]

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4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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Product details

  • Format: VHS
  • Language: English
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: 2entertain
  • VHS Release Date: 1 Oct 1999
  • Run Time: 161 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004CMDF
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 43,461 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Please note this product was created before 10 November 2002 when the World Wrestling Federation Entertainmnet Inc. traded as WWF. This product refers to WWF and carries a WWF logo

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars WRESTLEMANIA 8 6 Jan 2004
Many Describe this PPV as the best ever
here are the matches and what i thought of them
Tito Santana vs. Shawn michaels
Not a bad Match but you have to keep in mind that in the early 90's and all the 80's they thought they could just have about three or four good matches then the rest of the card would just have to be acceptable 3/5
The Undertaker vs. Jake Roberts
Entairtaining but ot what it could have been 3/5
Intercontinental Title
Roddy Piper vs. Bret hart
What do you expect from a Bret Hart Intercontinental Title match
absolutely fantastic joint match of the night with the title match
8 man tag match
Sgt Slaughter, Jim Duggan, Bossman and Virgil
the Nasty Boys, the Mountie and the repo man
I thought it should have been a bit longer but its gets godd near the end when everything just breaks down and everyone beats the hell out of each other but that only lasts about 20 seconds
WWF Championship Match
Ric Flair vs. Randy Savage
I thought this was one of the best wrestlemania matches ever fantastic theres blood near falls interfereance everything you could want out of a match but it should have been the main event
WWF Tag team championship Match
The natural disasters vs. Money Inc.
It was slow and boring worst match of the night it was even worse than owen hart vs. skinner and that only lasted for about
30 seconds or less plus it ended by countout bot what do you expect from a tag title match at wrestlemania
Owen hart vs. skinner
I think they just through this in before the main event because there was time left totally pointless
Hulk Hogan vs.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
When I first saw Wrestlemania VIII in the spring of 1992 I was ten years old. Then, i thought it was fantastic as Wrestlemanias always are. But now I can appreciate the event even more. The show is so smooth with simply unbelievably well worked wrestling matches. The atmosphere at this Wrestlemania was also different. The arena gave the event so much as the night grew older.
Looking at past Wrestlemanias, especially those in the eighties and early nineties, makes you so nostalgic. These early Wrestlemanias, unlike the present day when we have twelve PPVs a year and four shows a week (including HeAt and Jakked/Metal here), gave the climax to the year. When the guys that had had a grudge for months got to fight it out for the first time in the main event. It was the night that the fans got what they wanted and the task for Vinnie Mac and co. was to present it in the best way.
Everything about this Wrestlemania is fantastic. With a double main event of Randy Savage vs. Ric Flair (names like that it has to be good) and Hogan vs. Sid Justice. The first was an old fashioned grudge match for the WWF Title. The background being that Flair and his 'advisor' Mr. Perfect had doctored photos of Savage's wife, Elizabeth, with Flair. Savage finally got his hands on Flair at Wrestlemania.
The final match of the evening was Hogan/Justice. A situation of Hogan prevailing against all odds against Justice who had promised Hogan prior to the night that he would finally end Hulkamania. Before this match there is an interesting clip of Hogan being interviewed by Vince McMahon, before Vince made it clear to the fans that he was the owner of the company (most people knew anyway but I have to say I didn't at the time, I was ten).
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4.0 out of 5 stars Largely underrated PPV 28 April 2008
Wrestlemania VIII saw the passing of the torch from the old guard to the new breed with the younger guys getting the job done. This event is notable for two classic matches. Firstly, the Bret Hart vs Piper IC title match was very well worked. Bret took a kicking and the two traded technique and brawling very smoothly. It was clear that these two knew each other well and the chemistry was great. Bret really got over after this match. The second was between two of the greats, Flair vs Savage. They didn't have much time to prepare a story but if Flair and Savage can't put on a good match together then nobody can. A rarely mentioned, often forgotten 5 star match. The main event was Hogan vs Flair......oh wait, that's what it should have been, that's what people wanted but Hogan had other ideas and took on Sid. The match was a bit of a mess. Papa Shango got his timing wrong and botched the ending forcing Sid to quietly kick out of the Hogan leg drop. It was nice seeing the Warrior do what he does best...running to the ring, shaking the ropes and posing.
4 Stars
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5.0 out of 5 stars Simply the BEST 5 Mar 2001
i remember wathcing wm8 live, in 1992, i was 9 at the time, and on tv they broadcast hulk hogan films before the actual wrestlemania which made it all the more special. In summary watch Bret HArt Vs Roddy Piper, probably the best match i have seen in my 13 years of watching the wwf, and the finishing move used to win the match is amazing. Ric flair Vs Macho man is a 30 min classic and has ever move imaginable and Hulk Vs Sid is a mammoth event despite 4 months worth of hype. The double main event made this the best wrestle mania ever, no exaggeration.
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