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on 25 December 2004
Finally you can now get the best 2 Royal Rumbles ever together at a great price.
Royal Rumble 1991 was the last time Hulk Hogan won the event and saw one of the last great matches the Ultimate Warrior had in the WWF (as it was then).
Royal Rumble 1992 is just brilliant due to the genius of Bobby The Brain Heenan and his funny commentary and the excellent Ric Flair winning not only the Rumble at his first attempt but also taking the WWF Title.
The match line ups are as follows on this double DVD running at 319 minutes:
Royal Rumble 1991
Wrestlers taking part in the Royal Rumble: Bret "Hitman" Hart, Dino Bravo, Greg "The Hammer" Valentine, Paul Roma, Texas Tornado, "The Model" Rick Martel, Saba Simba, Bushwhacker Butch, Jake "The Snake" Roberts, Hercules, Tito Santana, The Undertaker, "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka, British Bulldog, Smash, Hawk, Shane Douglas, Animal, Crush, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan, Earthquake, Mr. Perfect, Hulk Hogan, Haku, Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart, Bushwhacker Luke, Brian Knobbs, Warlord & Tugboat
Sgt. Slaughter v The Ultimate Warrior for the WWF Title
Dusty & Dustin Rhodes v Ted DiBiase & Virgil
The Barbarian v Big Bossman
The Rockers v The Orient Express
Royal Rumble 1992
Wrestlers taking part in the Royal Rumble: British Bulldog, "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase, Ric Flair, Jerry Sags, Haku, Shawn Michaels, "El Matador" Tito Santana, The Barbarian, The Texas Tornado, Repo Man, Greg "The Hammer" Valentine, Nikolai Volkoff, Big Bossman, Hercules, "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, Jake "The Snake" Roberts, "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan, Irwin R. Schyster, "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka, The Undertaker, "Macho Man" Randy Savage, The Berzerker, Virgil, Colonel Mustafa, "The Model" Rick Martel, Hulk Hogan, Skinner, Sgt. Slaughter, Sid Justice & The Warlord
The Legion of Doom v The Natural Disasters
The Beverly Brothers v The Bushwhackers
The Mountie v Roddy piper for the WWF Intercontinental Title
The New Foundation v The Orient Express
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on 26 August 2008
Two WWF era pay per views on one afforable pack is one thing,two royal rumbles is another,but when one of them is one of the greatest rumbles of all time then you are really onto a winner and thats what we have here.
Royal rumble 1991 is in a nutshell a very good event,the event opened with a tag team match between the rockers and the orient express.In truth this match had alot going for it but was kinda diluted in the end as it rattled on a little too long and drowned itself with a sense of deja vu but for the most part this was a good fast paced match.
The big boss man fought the barbarian next,this match was close to 15 minutes long and thats alot of time given to what appeared to be a very one dimensional match,it was bruising but featured too many bear hugs that slowed this down to a crawl,it had some good spots but to be fair was a match that was dying from the off.
The WWF championship was up next,it probably should have featured last,but it featured the champion,the ultimate warrior going up against sgt slaughter who was generating cheap heat by playing a turncoat on america and its culture so the crowd were going mad from the start.The match didnt last as long as the two matches prior,another odd decision,anyway,the match was good enough,the warrior was on good form here while slaughter played his part well,some outside interference livened things up and i have always found this a memorable enough match so thats grand.
A tag team match featured next and involved ted dibiase and virgil going up against dustin and dusty rhodes,i found this match annoying,it never had any real flow and dragged its heels in the mud for far too long,a let down then.
The royal rumble match itself was next and was a real diamond,the winner was a pleasing occurence for myself but aside from that it featured some great wrestlers from yesteryear and some great individual showings,hard to fault.
The following year,1992,featured the greatest royal rumble match ever,it was also the first i ever watched live as a budding youngster,the match was superb,i have watched it so many times that i could commentate on it without too much hassle.The commentary by bobby the brain during this match is the single greatest commentary in WWE history if not any sport,form of entertainment.
The undercard was very good as well,i wont go into it all as i think i have taken up enough of your time,it featured a good mixture of talent in solid matches.
The royal rumble match itself always included the fact that whomever the winner would be would win the vacant WWF championship and that meant that this was the be and all and end all of rumbles and the same applies to the event itself,with both 1991 and 1992s rumbles here you wont be sorry if you buy this.
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on 18 February 2011
Another 2 years, another 2 amazing, high-energy Rumbles! These were truly good years for the greats!
These 2 disks have 4 matches each at the beginning to get your riled and ready, then kicks into the Rumble with full throttle force. The Matches are great and are really awesome build-ups to the Rumble!
Watch the Legends such as Bret "Hitman" Hart, The Undertaker, Hulk Hogan, Jake The Snake, Sid Justice, British Bulldog and Shawn Michaels kick butt all way through this 1 hour slaughter-fest that is a Royal Rumble (the Disks are actually 3 hours long!) Rumbles are great because they literally leave you glued to the screen, shouting and screaming for more all the way through, and leave you breathless with anticipation right until the bitter end!
Classic and well worth the money, my only advice would be to watch them in year-order, as the Spectators do discuss previous Rumbles and there are spoilers!
Step up to the Rumble!
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on 31 December 2012
I really like the game and would recommened it to anyone who liked simular films as myself and its interesting
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on 9 February 2013
Brilliant DVD, the highlight of Christmas for me! A must for any 90s wrestling fan who remembers the old WWF.
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on 2 November 2004
The 1991 Royal Rumble is forgettable in the long term but still worth watching as a one off. The opening match between The Rockers (the greatest tag-team in WWE history to never win the Tag-championship) vs the Orient Express is fast paced and the best match on the card - and gives you an early look at a young future super-star (Shawn Michaels)at his very best. The bouts between the Big Boss Man vs the Barbarian and the Rhodes family vs Ted Dibiase and Virgil are boring - and tend to drag. The WWE Championship match also isn't much to get excited about (Ultimate Warrior vs Sarg Slaughter) - yet the outcome was a shock! As for the Royal Rumble match itself - one of the better Rumble's/despite a predictable winner - and the fans were really into the action.
The 1992 Royal Rumble to this day is still considered to be the greatest ever - and is worth buying for the rumble match alone. Every top superstar was involved (Hogan/Ric Flair/Sid Justice/The Undertaker etc) and it's just as good almost 13 years on. On the downside - the matches on the undercard are all sluggish affairs, The New Foundation vs The Orient Express is far too long - The Beverley Brothers vs The Bushwackers highlight two teams that never made an impact - and The Legion of Doom vs The Natural Disasters for the Tag-Titles is one too many tag matches on one undercard. The Intercontinental Title match between The Mountie and Roddy Piper is good fun - but forgettable.
Buy this DVD for the 1992 actual Royal Rumble match alone and you'll be happy - just don't expect much from the rest of what's on offer.
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on 2 August 2014
the first and only royal rumble that the winner of the rumble becomes WWE Champion.
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on 16 November 2014
Nostalgia at its finest
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on 27 April 2016
My partner loves it
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on 9 February 2015
Awsome dvd
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