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The long road to WWF Attitude is underway!,
By A Customer
This review is from: WWF: Survivor Series 1996 [VHS] (VHS Tape)
Sycho Sid is, as I've said before, a waste of space, but at least HBK can drag a passable match out of this untalented seven foot freak. Then, there's the match between Stone Cold and Bret Hart. This was a great feud, and this match was excellent, the best on the show. Undertaker also tries to exact revenge on Mankind for Paul Bearer turning on 'Taker and siding with the deranged one at Summerslam. If the Dead Guy could win, he'd get his hands on Uncle Paul, who was suspended above the ring in a cage. This match falls far short of their modern day Hell In A Cell matches, Buried Alive matches, etc., but it's still mildly entertaining. Then, there's the traditional Survivor Series 8 Man Tag Team Matches. In these, we see; the debut of a rookie jabroni by the name of Rocky Maivia (The Rock), the return of Jimmy Snuka and the opening match, which is full of jabronis who you may now know very well: Billy Gunn (Mr. @$$), Bart Gunn, Aldo Montoya (ECW's Justin Credible), The Real Double J Jesse James ( THe Road Dogg) and Sparky Plug Holly (Hardcore Holly). A good tape, but not essential to your WWF collection.