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WWE - Armageddon 2005 [DVD]

3.3 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Clear Vision Ltd - WWE
  • DVD Release Date: 6 Mar. 2006
  • Run Time: 175 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000E6ULRC
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 68,034 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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WWE Armageddon i thought was a good ppv with a great line up of matches but there was only 2 title matches and the world title wasn't even on the line on PPV which i thought was dissapointing but i guess there was a reason with batista being injured but it didn't really hurt the Quality of the PPV
Matches were
JBL vs Matt Hardy
* This wasn't a good match, Very dissapointed, JBL domanated most of the Match 1/5
MNM w/ Melina vs The Mexicools
*** This was supposed to be a Tag Title Match but batista and Rey won them on smackdown so this was just a plain Tag Match, The Match itself was very good though 3/5
Chris Benoit vs Booker T - Undisputed US Championship Match
*** Good Match but nothing we haven't seen before, Long Match went 23 Minutes longest of the series 3/5
Kid Kash vs Juventud - Crusierweight Championship Match
** It was OK, Not a Very good High Spot match like a Crusierweight Title Match should be but Never boring the Fans hated this match 2/5
Batista and Rey Mysterio vs Big Show and Kane
*** Good Tag Match, Not very long but good, They kept this match interesting and the crowd were very well into this match 3/5
Randy Orton vs The Undertaker - Hell in a Cell
***** Very good Hell in a Cell Main Event, Great Bumps, Great Nearfalls, Lots of Great Moves, Bloody and Violent and it was a nice 30 Minute Match, Best Hell in a Cell Match since the HHH/HBK one from Bad Blood, Awesome Stuff 5/5
Overall i would Rate this PPV 4/5 Stars it was a good PPV, Not many title matches but a Good PPV none the less, The Hell in a Cell Match was Awesome you should check this DVD out for That
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WWE Armageddon 2005 turns out to be a pay-per-view with the usual outstanding and not so outstanding matches, but a nice little pay-per-view to finish off a great year for WWE.

If you are mad about hell in a cell matches, then Randy Orton versus the Undertaker is the match for you. Your going to see blood, weapons, cell brutality, you name it this match has it all and the best match of the pay-per-view.
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By A Customer on 12 Mar. 2006
O.k, this PPV was alright, nothing that bad about it here's the review
Matt Hardy vs JBL- O.K opener, more like a SD match 2/5
MNM vs The Mexicools- Pretty decent 3/5
Lashley vs Regal& Birchill- Over pretty quickly- 2/5
Cruiserweight championship Kid Cash vs Juventud- O.K match 3/5
Champions vs Champions- Rey Mysterio&Batista vs Kane& Big show- good match, over too quickly, wrong team won 3/5
Match 4 of 7 Chris Benoit vs Booker T- Very good, second best match of the night- 4/5
Hell In A Cell Match- Undertaker Vs Randy Orton- predictable but still awesome, with some amazing moves- 4/5
overall WWE Armageddon gets 3/5
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By B. D. Breen VINE VOICE on 18 Sept. 2013
As the last WWE PPV of the year, Armageddon is always a little hit and miss. It tends to have that end of the school year feel where the writers have given up a little bit, or are prepared to try something new. In 2005, it was the former. This year, Raw's current world champion, Batista, was also out with an injury, so this isn't defended on the event. And with a champion vs champion tag team title match, the only belt on the line is the cruiserweight title. Now, there'd be nothing wrong with this is there were some solid rivalries on the card, but aside from Taker/Orton everything seems very cobbled together and last minute. This makes the event difficult to really invest in, something which isn't helped by a pretty lackluster crowd.

Matt Hardy vs JBL
JBL has always been amazing at brawling, aggressive matches. And with his recent feud with Edge, Hardy has also shown a knack for the visceral contest. So pairing these two seems like a good idea on paper, and did translate to an entertaining match above what I normally expect from either of the participants. There are some particularly violent, and shocking moments in a match the exceeds expectations. My only criticism is the lack of any real story, which would have made for a much more exciting encounter. The writers dropped the ball on this one, but the wrestlers sure as hell made up for it. ***1/2

Mexicools vs MNM
Two of the most skilled high flying tag teams in the company at the time, this was a great match for me - and any other fan of WWE's take on Lucha Libre - and they don't fail to deliver. There are some risky, entertaining spots and a nicely told story throughout the match.
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