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WWE - Falls Count Anywhere: Greatest Street Fights [Blu-ray]
WWE - Falls Count Anywhere: Greatest Street Fights [Blu-ray]
Dvd ~ Steve Austin

4.0 out of 5 stars Terrific collection!, 12 May 2015
Mick Foley was the host for the set popping up every few matches occasionally adding some background info before the matches but overall he was pretty worthless as he made the same tired joke about dress-slacks in every segment.

Madison Square Garden 1981
Alley Fight: Pat Patterson vs. Sgt. Slaughter- Brutal old school war that felt like a real fight with no ‘cheesy weapons’ synonymous with hardcore wrestling but Pattersons’ belt, t-shirt & cowboy boot all came into play & Slaughter bled like crazy! Although this match was definitely ahead of its time it was still a little slow paced.***

Starrcade 1985
Atlanta Street Fight: Jimmy Valiant & Ms. Atlanta Lively vs. Midnight Express- Strange match with all 4 combatants looking like they're in fancy dress including Jimmy Garvin in drag as ‘Ms. Atlanta Lively’! This felt more silly than violent, even though there was a lot of blood, with powder & a tennis racquet coming into play!*

Starrcade 1990
Street Fight for the NWA Tag Team Championship:
Doom vs. Barry Windham & Arn Anderson- All action street fight, again this all looked very realistic with the fight continuing post match! ***

Beach Blast 1992
Falls Count Anywhere Match: Sting vs. Cactus Jack- Wild, intense brawl with some crazy bumps to the concrete floor! This match certainly fit the bill with falls taking place in & out of the ring, in the crowd & on the ramp way! ****
(ECW ref/manager Bill Alfonso is the referee in this one!)

WrestleMania X 1994
Falls Count Anywhere Match: Randy "Macho Man" Savage vs. Crush-This started in the aisle and wound up backstage with some cool spots but the rules hurt this one as you had to pin your opponent, then they had 60 seconds to make it back into the ring, so it resulted in a lot of waiting around. Disappointing for such a heated rivalry, it should have been longer & had more action. **

Uncensored 1996
Chicago Street Fight: Booker T & Sting Vs. The Road Warriors- This match was WAY too long at over 29 minutes & so for the most part it was just a slow, dull, brawl as the participants were spent about 10 mins in! Not the best representation of a Chicago street fight as there were barely any weapons used-although sting did casually stroll to the back at one point to pick up 2 brooms! Would have been much better had it been a third of the length as it started off energetically & the ending was original, but it was just too long & not very wild or hardcore! **

WrestleMania 13 1997
Chicago Street Fight:
Ahmed Johnson & The Legion Of Doom vs. Faarooq, Savio Vega, & Crush- What a difference a year makes! This definitely lived up to the stipulation as the ringside area resembled an out of control gang war with NOD cronies PG-13 & a young D'lo Brown getting heavily involved in the action with plenty of weapons including trash cans, fire extinguishers, street signs & more coming into play! The highlights were a HELL of a slam through a table from Ahmed Johnson to Farooq & a post-match double doomsday device! ***1/4

Raw April 21 1997
Street Fight: Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Bret "Hit Man" Hart- Not a match but an entertaining angle to put the injured Bret Hart on the shelf.

Raw September 22, 1997
Falls Count Anywhere Match: Cactus Jack vs. Triple H- Historic match as it was the debut of Cactus Jack in the WWF on the 1st episode of RAW that was held at Madison Square Garden! This was similar to the Cactus-Sting match only more hardcore & even wilder, with a more rabid crowd!
Unfortunately they overdub Cactus’ classic theme here with some generic rubbish.****1/4

Heat Wave August 2, 1998
Falls Count Anywhere Death Match: Tazz Vs. Bam Bam Bigelow- These 2 spent a little too long fighting in the crowd but it was still a good brawl with some impressive suplexes & throws by Taz to the much bigger Bigelow & the ending was insane!***

St. Valentine's Day Massacre February 14, 1999
Hardcore Championship Match:Al Snow vs. Hardcore Holly- One of the best & most memorable matches in the history of the Hardcore championship as they fought backstage & outside the arena where they eventually wound up in the banks of the Mississippi river!***

Fully Loaded July 25, 1999
Fully Loaded Strap Match: The Rock vs. Triple H- Very good non-traditional strap match where you had to win by pinfall instead of touching all 4 corners. These 2 fought a lot in 1999 & this was one of their best matches of the year, although they would go on to have even better matches in the year 2000!***3/4

SummerSlam August 22, 1999
Love Her Or Leave Her Greenwich Street Fight:
Test vs. Shane McMahon- This was an awesome match with some memorable moments such as a press slam onto the Mean Street Posse (who were hilariously sitting on a couch in the 1st row of the crowd), Shane hitting a flying elbow through the announcers table for the 1st time & The Stooges coming out to help fight off the Posse! Test looked like a superstar here hitting all his best moves perfectly! ****1/2

RAW December 20, 1999
WWE Championship Match: Big Show vs. Kane - This was probably the best match these 2 have had together as it was an energetic albeit short slugfest with a wicked powerbomb through the announcers table ***

SmackDown March 16, 2000
Hardcore Championship Match: Crash Holly vs. The Headbangers- Not really a match but a very funny segment & a cool inclusion to show that sometimes, falls do indeed count anywhere!

Raw October 29, 2001
Street Fight: Mr. McMahon Vs. Shane McMahon-Not a patch on their legendary street fight at Wrestlemania 17, but it did feature a few cool spots including Shane hitting a shooting star press onto a trash can & a chaotic ending!**

Royal Rumble January 20, 2002
Street Fight: Mr. McMahon vs. Ric Flair-This was not great as Vince was on offence for too long so it wasn't very interesting or exciting until a bloody flair made his comeback to the delight of the loud pro-flair crowd, bringing some intensity the match was previously lacking**

SummerSlam August 25, 2002
Unsanctioned Street Fight: Shawn Michaels vs. Triple H-Outstanding match with a great story as no one knew the true status of Michaels going in yet he put on an amazing performance here against a game HHH who targeted his previously broken back, with every just about weapon under the ring coming into play to create some memorable moments all capped off by a surprising finish! ****3/4

Insurrextion June 7, 2003
Street Fight For The World Heavyweight Championship:
Triple H vs. Kevin Nash-The frequently underrated Kevin Nash puts in yet another good performance here in a vicious street fight with an extremely exciting finishing sequence! The managers at ringside also got in on the action with flair bleeding profusely!***1/2

Raw March 5, 2007
Falls Count Anywhere Match for the WWE Women's Championship:
Melina vs. Mickie James-Very short match, memorable for the fracas in the women's locker room wherein Candice Michelle's boobies were exposed live on the air!(Unfortunately they were blurred out here) *

Cyber Sunday October 28, 2007
Street Fight: Triple H vs. Umaga- Umaga was the MVP here delivering a career performance as he not only dished out a lot of punishment but also took a couple rough bumps along the way ***1/4

Raw June 16, 2008
Street Fight: John Cena vs. Umaga-Short unmemorable tv match with just a few nice moves here & there*1/4

Breaking Point September 13, 2009
Submissions Count Anywhere Match: D-Generation X vs. Legacy-Tremendous match with many unorthodox submission attempts & a brilliant, unique finish! All 4 guys were great & there was some excellent psychology & strategy displayed with the teams constantly having to save their partners from submission holds with one team eventually gaining a 2 on 1 advantage ****

SmackDown December 11, 2009
Street Fight: Rey Mysterio vs. Batista-Quick, mainly one-sided bout with the insufferable Matt Striker giving perhaps his most awful commentary performance ever *

SmackDown November 4, 2011
Street Fight: Randy Orton vs. Cody Rhodes- Gruelling back & forth fight between the former stable mates with Orton suffering a hard way cut & Cody's protective mask coming into play. A good choice to end the set with***1/4

BLU-RAY EXTRAS
Raw December 20, 1999
Boiler Room Brawl: Mankind vs Santa Claus-Not really a match but a funny segment which ended with a couple of violent spots

Extreme Rules April 25, 2010
Street Fight: Triple H vs Sheamus-This had some good psychology & HHH played his role to perfection with some great selling & brief flurries of offence, however it was hardly a street fight as there were virtually no weapons involved besides a few shots with a lead pipe & kendo stick.
Sheamus was in control for what seemed like ages so this was pretty boring although he did hit a few nice signature moves. *3/4

Extreme Rules May 1, 2011
Falls Count Anywhere Match: Rey Mysterio vs Cody Rhodes-Flat match that didn't really flow but did feature a few choice spots including a seated senton off the stage, a tackle through some trash cans & a disaster kick from a ledge backstage! *1/2

SmackDown July 22, 2011
Street Fight: Randy Orton vs Kane- Solid match with some nice counters between these 2 who have good chemistry together. There is also an amusing notch where Ortons leg falls through the announcers table! **3/4

Overall this was a great compilation as most matches were really good & there were a few great ones too. Foley was a worthless host & the blu-ray extras weren’t really worth the extra few quid but the dvd version would be a worthy purchase!


WWE: ECW - Unreleased Volume 3 [Blu-ray]
WWE: ECW - Unreleased Volume 3 [Blu-ray]
Dvd ~ Rob Van Dam
Price: £34.99

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars For Hardcore Fans Only!, 3 May 2015
Volume 3 featured 2/3rds of the bWo (Stevie Richards & The Blue Meanie) joining Joey Styles as hosts & I have to say they were the best hosts yet. They popped up every few matches to give some background information to matches, including mini profiles of lesser known ECW stars such as 911 & tell a few funny stories along the way.

Hardcore TV – December 14, 1993
ECW Tag Team Championship Match
Shane Douglas & Tommy Dreamer vs. The Tazmaniac & Kevin Sullivan- Decent little match although it was very short*1/2

Hardcore TV November 29, 1994
ECW Television Championship Match: Too Cold Scorpio vs. Dean Malenko- This match started out with some tremendous mat wrestling but I felt that it ended a little too quickly as the action had just begun to pick up when the match ended fairly suddenly **1/4

Hardcore TV January 24, 1995
ECW Championship Match: Shane Douglas vs. Ron Simmons-Good fast-paced match that featured some good psychology but was also rather short, the aftermath includes a surprise appearance by one of the legendary Four Horsemen! **

Hardcore TV January 31, 1995
ECW Tag Team Championship Match: The Public Enemy vs. Sabu & The Tazmaniac- A hardcore brawl all over the arena between 4 renowned brawlers! **1/2

Hardcore TV July 18, 1995
Taz & Eddie Guerrero vs. 2 Cold Scorpio & Dean Malenko- This is the infamous match in which Taz breaks his neck on a dangerous spike piledriver. A weird bout here as there were quite a few botches early on (somewhat uncharacteristic of the great wrestlers involved) & the crowd were disrespectful with chants of ‘boring’ & ‘midgets’ rather than the usual ECW crowd which respects technical wrestling & smaller wrestlers. It was uncomfortable viewing watching Taz after the piledriver as you could see he was in a lot of pain & you could tell the others were improvising as the ending wasn’t very good **1/4
(These 4 had a much better Tag Team Match included on ECW Unreleased Volume 1)

Holiday Hell December 29, 1995
“Olympic Rules” Match: Cactus Jack vs. Sabu- This match was non-stop action & Sabu was at his best here as he hit everything perfectly (which he doesn’t always do) including 3 crazy dives to the outside! ***1/4

House Party January 5, 1996
Rey Mysterio & 911 vs. The Eliminators- This was barely a match as it was more a long segment featuring a series of face-offs but it was a good showcase for a very young Rey Mysterio & the match winning move was cool!*1/4

Just Another Night February 23, 1996
Cactus Jack vs. Bam Bam Bigelow- Filmed on the ‘ECW Fan Cam’ (one cameraman roaming ringside) this is the only match on the set where the picture quality is pretty poor. Unfortunately, the match also sucks as it is only 3 minutes long & has a poor finish. DUD

Allentown, PA July 12, 1996
ECW Television Championship Match: Chris Jericho vs. Shane Douglas- Pretty good back & forth match with a lame ending. **1/2

Hardcore TV August 13, 1996
ECW Championship Match: Raven vs. Tommy Dreamer- This match takes place from the legendary Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan & is a typical enjoyable brawl between the two but nothing special! This one began to resemble a handicap match thanks to the interference of Stevie Richards. **1/4

Hostile City Showdown March 15, 1997
Taz vs. Rob Van Dam- An entertaining sub-10 minute match with a lot of action packed into it including a sweet van-daminator! ***

Hostile City Showdown March 15, 1997
ECW Tag Team Championship Match: The Eliminators vs. The Dudleys- Buh Buh Ray & D’von attempt to win their 1st tag team championships in a decent match which felt a little too long at over 20 minutes. These 4 brawled all over the ECW arena with Kronus bleeding heavily, before things settled into a more traditional tag team affair. **1/4

Asbury Park, NJ May 2, 1997
#1 Contender Three-Way Dance: Sandman vs. Big Stevie Cool vs. Raven- Bad match as there just wasn’t much action and there were a few interruptions early on. *

Asbury Park, NJ May 2, 1997
ECW Championship Match: Terry Funk vs. Big Stevie Cool-Immediately following the last match these 2 went at it with the title on the line & although it was an improvement on the previous match it still wasn’t very good as it was too short & one-sided. *3/4

Hardcore TV October 25, 1997
ECW Championship Match: Shane Douglas vs. Bam Bam Bigelow- Another fairly short but good match with a raucous crowd!**1/2
(These 2 had a considerably better rematch on ECW Unreleased Volume 1)

CyberSlam February 21, 1998
Lance Storm vs. Chris Candido- As is often the case with these rare, unreleased matches, they had a much better match on PPV at Heatwave 1998, however, this was fast-paced & still pretty decent**1/2

Hostile City Showdown June 26, 1999
ECW Championship Match: Taz vs. Yoshihiro Tajiri- Whilst also on the short side, this match was fairly good & Taz delivered some choice Tazplexes**1/4

ECW on TNN September 3, 1999
ECW Tag Team Championship Match: Spike Dudley & Balls Mahoney vs. The Dudleys- Historic match as The Dudley Boys win their 8th & final ECW Tag Team Championships! A Hardcore sprint with a picture perfect match winning 3D! *3/4

ECW on TNN September 3, 1999
ECW Tag Team Championship Match: The Dudleys vs. Tommy Dreamer & Raven- A ladder gets involved early in another quick, historic match. Raven gets a HUGE pop for his return to ECW!*1/2

Poughkeepsie, NY October 22, 1999
ECW Television Championship Match: Rob Van Dam vs. Rhino-OK match with a few good spots**

ECW on TNN February 4, 2000
Tommy Dreamer & Dusty Rhodes vs. Steve Corino & Rhino- Slow in places but there were a few entertaining spots*3/4

Anarchy Rulz October 1, 2000
Kid Kash vs. E.Z. Money- Fast paced entertaining match with the underrated Kid Kash flying all over the place & the lesser known E.Z. Money just about kept up with him!***

November to Remember November 5, 2000
Double Jeopardy Match for the ECW Championship:
Jerry Lynn vs. Justin Credible vs. Steve Corino vs. The Sandman- Unique concept here as it was 2 matches taking place simultaneously with the 2 winners then going on to face each other, almost like a mini-tournament! This took a while to get going but once it did it was an entertaining ‘car-crash match’ with a bunch of blood, weapons & finishers!***

In addition to unreleased matches, Volume 3 also contained a number of unreleased promos, which ranged from really bad (Rey Mysterios non-English promo, RVD & Bill Alfonso & The Public Enemy), to good (2 Cold Scorpio, Raven & Cactus Jack, The Triple-Threat, Steve Corino & a drunk Raven) to great (‘Big Stevie Cool’ Stevie Richards.)
There was also some entertaining behind the scenes footage with a ‘BLUEper reel’ featuring outtakes from the hosts’ segments & some ‘Xtreme Outtakes’ featuring outtakes from the original ECW!

BLU-RAY EXCLUSIVES
WrestlePalooza August 5, 1995
Tommy Dreamer, Cactus Jack & The Pitbulls vs. Raven, Stevie Richards, Dudley Dudley & Big Dick Dudley- Good 8 man tag which included the pre-match interviews that set the stage for the story of the match***

Hardcore TV June 11, 1996
Rob Van Dam (w/ Brian Pillman) vs. Mikey Whipwreck- Barely a match as it was all about Brian Pillmans appearance! At just 3 minutes the match was a DUD, but Pillman’s Promo was predictably great!

High Incident October 26, 1996
Terry Gordy & Steve Williams vs. The Eliminators- Very disappointing match as Doc & Gordy were a shell of their former selves. Saturn’s crazy elbow drop from the scaffold is the only bright spot of the match*

Hardcore TV July 29, 1998
Justin Credible & Mike Awesome vs. Jerry Lynn & Masato Tanaka- Awesome match that took place just days before these 4 paired off into 2 great singles matches at Heatwave ’98! A great mix of styles which played into each individual face off**** (The best match on the set, so buy the blu-ray!)

Crossing The Line February 12, 1999
ECW Television Championship Match: Rob Van Dam vs. Jerry Lynn-These 2 are incapable of having a bad match with one another & although this wasn’t as good as some of their more famous PPV battles it was still pretty good!***

The Blu- Ray not only has 5 extra matches but also has more outtakes from the studio with the bWo which were extremely funny, as well as a few extra ECW promos/skits which were honestly pretty bad, although it was quite interesting to see Paul Heyman showing Danny Doring how he should perform his promo!

Overall I was a little disappointed as there were not many classic matches included even though there are still quite a few left in the extreme vaults but there were a lot of rare matches & a ton of different faces made an appearance this time ranging from legends like Dusty Rhodes & The Miracle Violence Connection to the lesser known stars from the tail-end of ECW like Kid Kash, E.Z. Money & Steve Corino.
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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 Dragon Trading
Price: £3.54

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: £19.42

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 Dragon Trading
Price: £3.97

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!


Old Glory Avenged Sevenfold - Mens Classic Deathbat T-shirt - Medium Black
Old Glory Avenged Sevenfold - Mens Classic Deathbat T-shirt - Medium Black
Offered by Ill Rock Merch

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 SWUK
Price: £1.01

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.


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7 of 9 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 Bonkers4Bargains!
Price: £33.95

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.


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