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Double DVD Case, Black Side by Side-14mm Spine(10)
Double DVD Case, Black Side by Side-14mm Spine(10)
Offered by mtxtoys
Price: 4.18

4.0 out of 5 stars Good, Secure Cases, 15 Mar 2014
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Unfortunately one of the cases would not close properly as the clips were slightly damaged but the rest were fine.


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4.0 out of 5 stars Keep in mind U.S. Sizes, 14 Mar 2014
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I buy most t-shirts online these days as once you know your size (Mine being Medium) you can basically find whatever you're looking for online. However, U.S sizes are usually bigger (about 1 size up) and so this was a little too long on me.
It looks great though and is just what I was after, so I just gave it to my brother and ordered a small for me!


Powerbar Caramel Vanilla Crisp Proteinplus Recovery Bar (Pack of 15) - Multicolour
Powerbar Caramel Vanilla Crisp Proteinplus Recovery Bar (Pack of 15) - Multicolour
Price: 23.11

4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty Good, 14 Mar 2014
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The Caramel Crisp flavor is the best of the power bars that i've tried as some of the others a a little bland but this has more to it as the caramel crisp aspect adds some flavor and texture to what would otherwise be the plain vanilla flavor!


1 X Amaray Blue Blu-Ray DVD Triple Cases Holds 3 Disks
1 X Amaray Blue Blu-Ray DVD Triple Cases Holds 3 Disks
Offered by Media Replication
Price: 3.51

5.0 out of 5 stars Top Quality, 14 Mar 2014
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Had to buy a replacement after one of my blue ray cases was damaged and this was perfect as it is just like every standard blu ray case and not some cheap case where the clips are broken!


Avenged Sevenfold - Classic Deathbat T-Shirt - Ships in ''24'' Hours!, Size: Medium
Avenged Sevenfold - Classic Deathbat T-Shirt - Ships in ''24'' Hours!, Size: Medium
Offered by Fashion First
Price: 19.53

5.0 out of 5 stars Looks Great, 14 Mar 2014
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The shirt looks great and fits great. The sleeves actually have a bit of length to them unlike most t-shirts in stores today!


Wired-up HDMI to HDMI Gold Plated Connectors 1.8m Cable v1.3A
Wired-up HDMI to HDMI Gold Plated Connectors 1.8m Cable v1.3A
Offered by Openeye
Price: 1.17

4.0 out of 5 stars Works great!, 14 Mar 2014
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The picture quality is great and the price is fantastic!
The only thing keeping this from 5 stars is that the 1.8m cable is fairly short and may not reach between your tv & blu ray/game console if you have a large tv stand. You might be better off going for the 3m cable just to be certain it reaches.


Quest Nutrition Protein Bar, Cookies & Cream, 12 Bars, 2.12 (60 g) Each
Quest Nutrition Protein Bar, Cookies & Cream, 12 Bars, 2.12 (60 g) Each
Offered by UK ONLINE
Price: 21.98

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tastes almost like Oreo!, 14 Mar 2014
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I haven't tried many different Protein bars but i've heard that Quest are the leading brand and I went with the Cookie N Cream flavor which seems to be all the rage. I can certainly see why- Chunks of cookie pieces and white chocolate in a soft, slightly chewy bar make this a delicious post workout snack.
It really does taste quite similar to Oreo cookies!


WWE - In Your House 23 - Fully Loaded/24 - Breakdown [DVD]
WWE - In Your House 23 - Fully Loaded/24 - Breakdown [DVD]
Dvd ~ Wwe
Offered by muchmedia_wwe
Price: 21.99

3.0 out of 5 stars WWF Attitude PPV's, 4 Nov 2013
Fully Loaded (July 1998)
Val Venis Vs. Jeff Jarrett w/Tennessee Lee- Good fast-paced opener but JR & King were pre-occupied with Yamaguchi-San on guest commentary**3/4

Non-title match: D'Lo Brown w/The Godfather Vs. X-Pac w/Chyna- Decent match but they would go on to have a much better match at Judgment Day in October**

Faarooq and Scorpio Vs. Terry Funk and Bradshaw- Entertaining match with 2 thrown together teams but the crowd didn't care about it. **

Mark Henry Vs. Vader- Short match and quite the spectacle seeing these 2 huge men go at it, but Henry was very green resulting in 2 extremely noticeable botches in the first 2 minutes.*

Disciples of Apocalypse (8-Ball and Skull w/Paul Ellering) Vs. L.O.D. 2000 (Hawk and Animal)- The match was surprisingly fast-paced however it actually hurt this match as there was very little selling and it became pretty chaotic and hard to follow at times, with the twins being impossible to tell apart!*

Dungeon Match: Owen Hart Vs. Ken Shamrock , Special ref-Dan `The Beast' Severn- Unique match which takes place in Stu Harts infamous `dungeon'***

2/3 Falls match for Intercontinental Championship: The Rock Vs. Triple H w/Chyna- The first fall was boring and took up over 20 minutes but they picked it up for the final 10 mins although the finish was predictable. Nowhere near as good as their classic 60-minute Iron Man match in 2000**

Bikini Contest- Jacqueline Vs. Sable- Sable looked great but this took up way too much time.

Tag Team Championships: Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Undertaker Vs. Kane and Mankind w/Paul Bearer-Huge main event with the Federations' top 4 at the time in one match together. Not a classic but the stories over the spring that led to this match and would continue over the summer help to put this in perspective as there were intertwining feuds between all 4 and no one could trust anyone! ***

Breakdown (September 1998)
Owen Hart Vs. Edge- Good match between the veteran and the rookie with some tremendous back and forth action. This was an early showcase for Edge as it was his first singles match on PPV and Owen played his role to perfection***

Al Snow and Scorpio Vs. Too Much (Brian Christopher and Scott Taylor) Fast-paced match with some ECW-style action. Close to *** but there were too many botches.**3/4

Marc Mero w/Jacqueline Vs. Droz- Boring. Marc Mero sucks*

Falls Count Anywhere Match: Bradshaw Vs. Vader- Different match for the time although the hardcore-style action would only get more extreme and more frequent by 1999. **1/4

D'Lo Brown Vs. Gangrel- Gangrel had a cool gimmick and entrance however he was never that good in the ring. This match was ok.*1/2

Triple threat steel cage match #1 contender to the WWF Championship:
Mankind Vs. The Rock Vs. Ken Shamrock- Another unique match as it was the first triple-threat cage match in the WWF. Great action includes the 3-way abdominal stretch, double people's elbow and Mankinds dive from the top of the cage! ***3/4

Val Venis w/Terri Runnels Vs. Dustin Runnels- Another dull match. Must've been an off night for both men as they have both been in some classic matches and they also had a much better re-match at Judgment Day!*

D-Generation X (Billy Gunn, Road Dogg, and X-Pac) Vs. Jeff Jarrett and Southern Justice (Mark Canterbury and Dennis Knight)-Average 6 man tag with a decent ending**1/4

Triple threat match for the WWF Championship (Undertaker and Kane cannot pin each other)
Stone Cold Steve Austin Vs. Undertaker Vs. Kane- Another match continuing the fantastic storyline that was going on at the time. This was well booked as they kept the potentially boring handicap aspects to a minimum thanks to Austin's divide and conquer strategy!***

Both events were hit and miss but there were some decent matches and fans on the Attitude Era should enjoy it.


Cky Trilogy: Round 1 [DVD]
Cky Trilogy: Round 1 [DVD]
Offered by WorldCinema
Price: 10.79

5.0 out of 5 stars CKY Trilogy Round 1-Hilarious!, 18 Sep 2013
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This review is from: Cky Trilogy: Round 1 [DVD] (DVD)
The disc includes a condensed version of CKY: Landspeed and the CKY Documentary.
Although it may not contain the full footage from the original CKY: Landspeed release, there is still an hours worth of hilarious skits and pranks from the CKY Crew.
The highlights include Brandon Dicamillo's prank calls & drive thru's, the Rocky Balboa skit and of course, the shopping carts!
Additionally, the 40 minute documentary gives a brief insight some of the CKY crew (including the band) as well as behind the scenes stories and insight into of some of the early pranks/skits.


WWE: ECW - Unreleased Vol. 2 [Blu-ray]
WWE: ECW - Unreleased Vol. 2 [Blu-ray]
Dvd ~ Rob Van Dam
Price: 22.26

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not as good as Volume1, 13 Sep 2013
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Hardcore TV October 19, 1993
Tommy Dreamer vs. Tazmaniac- A decent look back at the 2 guys early in their careers. **

When Worlds Collide May 14, 1994
Terry Funk & Arn Anderson vs. Sabu & Bobby Eaton- Unfortunately the video and Audio quality for this match is the worst I've ever seen on a wwe release. The match itself is extremely disappointing considering the talent involved. *

Hardcore Heaven August 13, 1994
Cactus Jack vs. Terry Funk- The match barely gets going and is nothing like the classics these 2 have had, however, it is included for the post match incident which became one of the most famous clips in ECW history. Again the video quality isn't great but it is a step up from the previous match. *

Hardcore TV * October 4, 1994
"I Quit" Match: Tommy Dreamer vs. The Sandman- This is an ok match with some brutal weapon shots, but it is mostly remembered for the `blindman' angle it would lead to. **

Wrestlepalooza * August 5, 1995
Eddie Guerrero & The Steiner Brothers vs. 2 Cold Scorpio, Dean Malenko & Cactus Jack-
Good fast-paced 6 man tag with some excellent moves, however, Scott Steiner is barely in the match (maybe he wasn't being paid enough!). ***1/2

Holiday Hell December 29, 1995
Raven vs. Tommy Dreamer- Not as good as other matches these two have had but not too dissimilar as it was a hardcore based brawl in and out of the arena.**

House Party January 5, 1996
The Public Enemy vs. The Gangstas- P.E.'s last match before leaving for WCW. A weapons-filled brawl which feels slightly too long but is decent anyway. **1/4

Lost Battalion Hall April 13, 1996
Extreme Hardcore Shoot Fight: Chris Jericho vs. Taz- I was intrigued by the `shoot fight' concept as I thought these two would have been able to make it work thanks to their mat-wrestling skills, however, they exchange a few suplexes then the ringside commotion(which the camera keeps shifting to) spills into the ring and the match soon ends. DUD

A Matter of Respect May 11, 1996
ECW World Television Championship Match: 2 Cold Scropio vs. Shane Douglas- This was an excellent back and forth match with Scorpio bumping all over, which flew by as when they announced 5 mins remaining at the 25 minute mark it had felt like they'd only been wrestling roughly 15 mins! ****

Plymouth Meeting, PA August 29, 1996
Sabu vs. Chris Jericho- This may be the rarest match included as it is their first and only meeting, taking place in a small hall with about 100 fans and is the only match on the set filmed on the `ECW Fan Cam'- one camera man roaming around ringside. Thankfully, the cameraman does a great job following the action which goes in and out of the ring into the crowd and back again & again! On top of that, the video quality is better than it was for the two matches mentioned earlier. The match itself is fantastic with an early mat-exchange followed by increasingly high-flying, hardcore action, with a table and chairs soon getting involved. ***3/4

Hardcore TV March 27, 1997
Dick Togo, Terry Boy & Taka Michinoku vs. Gran Hamada, Gran Naniwa & Great Sasuke-
Not as good as the 5* classic at Barely Legal involving five of the six men here, but great nonetheless. The action doesn't let up for 15 mins! ****

The Buffalo Invasion May 17, 1997: 3 Way Dance for ECW World Tag Team Championship Match:
The Eliminators vs. The Gangstas vs. The Dudleys- Average weapons filled chaos which begins to drag before the cool match winning Total Elimination. **

Hardcore TV January 5, 1998
The Sandman, Taz, Tommy Dreamer & Al Snow vs. Sabu, Rob Van Dam, Doug Furnas & Philip LaFon
Starts out great with all 8 men going at it all around the ring and into the crowd, however it begins to settle into a `tag' match for one team but a `tornado' match for the other. Just as the action picks up again it is spoiled by interference and a lousy ending. **

Wrestlepalooza May 3, 1998
ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match:
Shane Douglas vs. Al Snow- Decent brawl given the list of injuries The Franchise had going in. **

Hardcore TV June 29, 1998
ECW World Tag Team Championship Match
Chris Candido & Lance Storm vs. Sabu & Rob Van Dam- Short match with a frantic pace, featuring high flying and table spots. ***1/4

ECW Arena August 8, 1998
Three Way Dance for the FTW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Sabu vs. Taz vs. Bam Bam Bigelow- The action goes all over the arena and into the crowd(with the crowd barrier at one point right against the apron!) in this wild, 30-minute, falls count anywhere, hardcore war with chairs, tables, suplexes, submissions, crazy dives and fists aplenty! ***3/4

Hardcore TV August 23, 1999
ECW World Tag Team Championship Match: The Dudleys vs. Spike Dudley & Balls Mahoney- These two teams had a ton of matches in 1999, trading the tag titles back and forth. This is not quite as good as their match featured on ECW's most violent matches dvd, as it drags a little in the middle, but it is still good stuff. Highlights include Spikes CRAZY leap off a ladder (9 months before Christian did at WrestleMania 2000) and a powerbomb through stacked flaming tables!***

ECW on TNN October 1, 1999
ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match: Mike Awesome vs. Rhino- Too short to get ***, but a hard-hitting match with power moves, awesome dives and a SICK powerbomb through a table to the concrete floor! **3/4 (the highest I can give a sub-5 minute match)

November to Remember November 7, 1999
Extreme Three Way Dance: Yoshihiro Tajiri vs. Jerry Lynn vs. Super Crazy- Entertaining high flying match with a crazy balcony moonsault and some vicious Tajiri kicks. ***

ECW on TNN January 28, 2000
ECW World Television Championship Match: Rob Van Dam vs. Mikey Whipwreck- Dissapointing match as it was a little short and mainly one sided as Whipwreck didn't get to show what he is capable of. **

ECW on TNN September 29, 2000
Three Way Dance for the ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Justin Credible vs. Jerry Lynn vs. Steve Corino- From the second to last ECW on TNN. Fast-paced competitive match between 3 oft- underrated wrestlers, features both a mid-match ref fight and cat fight!***3/4

BLU-RAY EXCLUSIVES
Hardcore TV August 27, 1994
911 vs. Doink the Clown- Barely a match but the post-match quote became quite famous in ECW.

Gangsta's Paradise September 16, 1995: Steel Cage Match
The Sandman, 2 Cold Scorpio & New Jack vs. The Public Enemy & Mikey Whipwreck- This started out dull with too many bodies inside the small cage but picked up towards the end with some great spots. **1/4

The Buffalo Invasion * May 17, 1997
Four Way Dance for the ECW World Heavyweight Championship:
Terry Funk vs. Raven vs. Stevie Richards vs. The Sandman- Not as good as the Barely Legal matches involving these men. **

Detroit, Michigan January 23, 1999
The Dudleys vs. The Public Enemy- More an angle than a match from P.E.'s short stop back in ECW in between their WCW & WWF runs.

Hardcore Heaven May 16, 1999
Tommy Dreamer vs. Lance Storm- Decent hardcore match with plenty of weapons and Storm adjusted well despite being out of his comfort zone.**3/4

Hardcore TV February 11, 2000 Japanese Death Match:
Super Crazy vs. Yoshihiro Tajiri- Fast paced match with a plethora of chairs and a great ending involving a table and chairs! Slightly let down by a few dead-spots in the action. ***

Not as good as Volume 1 with less classic matches but more rare matches, however, I think they managed to show more faces from ECW in this set. I would recommend this to any fans of ECW but you'd be better off getting the dvd than the blu ray as you'd be paying more and none of the blu ray matches are that great.
Tommy Dreamer is a welcome addition as a co-host to Joey Styles, however some of the `jokes' they attempt should have been left out! They allude to a volume 3 at the end of the set which I hope would include 2 classic tag team matches from 2000 which have been left out of volumes 1 & 2 (The Impact players vs. Jado & Gado and The FBI vs Tajiri & Mikey) as well as singles matches between Lance Storm, Jerry Lynn and Justin Credible.


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