- Format: PAL
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: 15
- Studio: Clear Vision Ltd - WWE
- DVD Release Date: 1 Jan. 2008
- Run Time: 161 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B000UG4LY0
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Judgement Day 2007 [DVD]
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The Superstars of 'Smackdown' make their first post-WrestleMania pay-per-view appearance, settling a number of burning issues. Includes matches featuring Batista, Undertaker, Kane, King Booker, Chris Benoit, Boogeyman, Finlay, Matt Hardy, and more.
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I think the main problem with this pay-per-view was the time given to some of the matches that everyone was looking forward to I.e. the 3 on 1 handicap match for the ECW Championship which only lasted a matter of seconds, with the storyline being a step further.
Edge and Batista had a simple seven to eight minute match which could have gone a little longer, but it felt like a main event you would have seen on Smackdown.
Shawn Michael's was scheduled to face Randy Orton who took him out backstage during an interview, but we still got a match out of it.
CM Punk had a really impressive match with Elijah Burke, with the opening match also of Ric Flair vs Carlito which was really good.
We then come down to the main event which was good for what is was to see John Cena make the Great Khali tap, along with the WWE Championship being up for grabs.
Like I said hands down, not the best, but there are some matches that really stood out throughout the entire pay-per-view.
WWE Judgement Day 2007 Match Ratings:
1. Ric Flair vs Carlito 3/5
Just like the one on one match they had at WWE Unforgiven 2005, these two put on a great match with Carlito dominating Flair for most of the match, but Flair made Carlito tap out to the figure four leg lock.
2. Bobby Lashley vs Mr McMahon, Shane McMahon & Umaga 1/5
Pretty pointless match that only lasted a matter of seconds. This match got off to a little great start with Lashley doing some of his entertaining power moves on Shane & Umaga.
Lashley was announced as the new ECW Champion but that got changed by the former and still ECW Champion Mr McMahon.
3. CM Punk vs Elijah Burke 4/5
This match was very entertaining from start to finish, plenty of back and forth action from both superstars.
This is a match year candidate for best match of the year for 2007, both Punk & Burke did the ECW fans proud.
4. Shawn Michaels vs Randy Orton 1/5
This could have been a good match if Orton didn't attack Michaels backstage before their scheduled match.
The match still went ahead but Michaels was not 100%.
5. Hardy Boys vs Cade & Murdoch (WWE World Tag Team Championship) 4/5
Nice little tag team match for the WWE World Tag Team Championship, with the usual back and forth tag team action.
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The opening match was a grudge match between Ric Flair and Carlito, and after a sloppy start the match gains momentum and reaches a fine ending. Not as good as their Unforgiven 2005 match, but still a solid opener.
The second match is a re-match from Backlash as Bobby Lashley takes on the McMahons and Umaga in a handicap match. This is what i mean by Judgement Day being an event dominated by storylines rather than wrestling. The match barely lasts a minute, and was designed to keep the story going, nothing more. Still, fine for what it was.
Match 3 is CM Punk vs Elijah Burke. Quite a slow buildup, but if you enjoy old fashioned wrestling storytelling than this is a reasonable match.
The Randy Orton/Shawn Michaels match only happens to re-establish Orton as the legend killer, and give Shawn Michaels an excuse to be off television for a while. Despite being short, it is actually quite entertaining, as the story is well told and Randy Orton is great as the sadistic legend killer.
The Hardys against Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch is match of the night. The only wrestling match on the show that is compelling because of wrestling, this is easily superior to their Backlash match, and the crowd are into the action. Great tag team wrestling.
Batista vs. Edge was a last minute addition to make up for the injury of The Undertaker. Slow, but watchable, this match has a nice ending that makes up for the slow pace.
Chris Benoit has his final PPV match against MVP in a two out of three falls. Their first two PPV matches were easily forgotten, and this is worse. Slow and boring, it is a shame to see Benoit go out this way.Read more ›
First up,we had ric flair going up against carlito,this match seemed to last an age and was actually very repetitive and that isnt on,i felt like i was stuck in a deju vu mode for the 15 minutes or so and wasnt impressed,the ending was ok but by then i had lost interest,i hate to say that but its true.
A three on one handicap match was up next,the ECW champion,vincent kennedy mcmahon with shane and umaga went up against lashley,a match we had at backlash,but this match was rotten,lasted a minute and wasnt worthy of the hype,the aftermath of the win was good but unacceptable as a whole,it hurt me.
CM punk went toe to toe with elijah burke next and this match seemed to last a week,it went on and on and on until the crowd started to feel a bit sick of it,i was glad of an ending and while both men impressed in share here and there,i thought this was too long.
Shawn michaels went up against randy orton next in a clumsy and jaded match that suffered as hbk was meant to have concussion,and he played on it,och,he oversold it but made a good fist at convicing us,going for sweet chin music and then falling over like a bag of spuds,you could believe and yet not,the match suffered in all of this and in the end thats all that really matters.Read more ›