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4.0 out of 5 stars
The British Bulldog Video & Other Titles, 7 Mar 2011
I have owned this video virtually since it was released, my very first wrestling cassette. Although the first match with the Warlord is a little slow, the following matches with the rising mid-carder Shawn Michaels and Rick Martel more than make up for this. It's a shame that this is the only home entertainment medium solely dedicated to one of Britian's most recognised and talentated professional wrestlers, when looking at Davey Boy's career spanning over 20 years in both the UK and America working for the WWF and WCW.
Other Davey Boy VHS's / DVD's
If your after an interview then it's worth tracking down a WWF Video Cassette called "Fab Four" which has individual interviews with Bulldog, HBK, Bret and The Undertaker. It's a very informative and entertaining talk that Davey Boy has and if the WWE ever do release a 3-Disc set of his career (let's hope!!) then this footage will most likely be used. Failing that, Silvervision (The UK distributor of WWE DVDs) may re-release "Fab Four" in it's "Tagged Classics" range. If you are thinking of going for the WWE Hart and Soul DVD then please do not bother. Download it, youtube it but do not purchase it. It's one of the worst 3-Disc sets I've ever seen (believe me I've virtually seen them all) and Davey Boy's spot in it isn't worth the cost of this hugely overpriced DVD set.
Finally, if you ever considered purchasing the "Best of Confidential" WWE DVD release then it is worth getting. It's a bit random what they feature on the DVD but it has a nice dedication to Davey Boy as well as other good wrestling history moments.