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WWE: Attitude Era - Vol. Two [Blu-ray]
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Head to the nearest man cave, give your boss a Stone Cold salute and spend the next six hours watching The Attitude Era Vol.2, the hottest set to be released since Sable's handprint bikini. If you are old enough to order a Steve-Weiser, 'Hello Ladies' was your pick up line in college and you loved WWE before 'Federation' became the new 'F' word, then here is what you need to do. Take this all new collection, shine it up real nice, flip it sideways and stick it straight up… your DVD player!!
Oh, you didn't know? Volume 2 includes:
30 unfiltered matches ranging from WWE Championship bouts to rare classics from RAW, SmackDown, Heat and much, more.
The entire once in a lifetime cast from the rebellious to the demonic, the iconic, and the just plain weird.
Delicious Divas breaking WWE hearts and boundaries.
Vignettes taking you inside the APA's 'office', behind the Walls of Jericho, aboard The Godfather's Ho' Train and much more!
PLUS 100 MINS OF BLU-RAY EXCLUSIVE EXTRAS!!
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Positives: Despite some questionable inclusions, there are still some very enjoyable matches on this set. Triple H vs. Chris Jericho (Fully Loaded 2000) is the only legitimate classic, but many of the TV bouts are worth watching. Shawn Michaels vs. Owen Hart (December 1997), Mankind vs. Kane from July 1998 (with Steve Austin and Vince McMahon joining in on commentary), Steve Austin vs. Ken Shamrock (September 1998), and The Acolytes vs. Kane & X-Pac (August 1999) were among the more memorable bouts.
Negatives: Many of the matches are complete throwaways, and do not deserve to be highlighted in such a collection. Specifically, Golga vs. Marc Mero , Val Venis & Taka Michinoku vs. Kaientai, and Gangrel & Christian vs. Droz & Prince Albert should be nowhere near this set. Worse still, an entire 15 minutes is spent chronicling the ill-fated Pat Patterson vs. Gerald Brisco feud (which should be erased from history, not celebrated), and the Mark Henry / Mae Young relationship was another low point that didn’t warrant such lengthy coverage. Disappointingly, even some of the more stellar match-ups on paper - including Eddie Guerrero vs. Dean Malenko, Steve Austin vs. The Rock, and Kurt Angle vs. Chris Jericho vs. Tazz – are all very brief, and never really get going.Read more ›
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Sunny vs. Sable vs. Marlena vs. The Funkettes
Slammy Awards • March 16, 1997
Owen Hart vs. Shawn Michaels
RAW • December 29, 1997
Bad Ass Dad
New Age Outlaws vs. Cactus Jack & Chainsaw Charlie
RAW • January 26, 1998
Intercontinental Championship Match
The Rock vs. Ken Shamrock
Royal Rumble • January 18, 1998
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Mr. McMahon
RAW • April 13, 1998
Leather & Chains
Owen Hart & Legion of Doom vs. Triple H & New Age Outlaws
RAW • April 20, 1998
D-Generation X Takes New York
RAW • June 8, 1998
Falls Count Anywhere #1 Contenders Match for the WWE Championship
Mankind vs. “Kane”
RAW • July 6, 1998
Letting the Dogs Out
Sable vs. Jacqueline
Fully Loaded • July 26, 1998
Val Venis & Taka Michinoku vs. KaiEnTai
RAW • August 3, 1998
WWE Championship Match
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Ken Shamrock
RAW • September 14, 1998
Boot Camp Match for Al Snow’s Contract
Al Snow vs. Sgt. Slaughter
RAW • September 21, 1998
Six-Man Elimination #1 Contenders Match for the European Championship
Edge vs. Gangrel vs. D’Lo Brown vs. Jeff Jarrett vs. Droz vs. Marc Mero
RAW • September 28, 1998
Extreme Name Change
WWE Championship Match
The Rock vs.Read more ›
My thoughts are based on the Blu Ray version which features over 40 matches or promos in total in chronological order dating from March 97 to July 00. 100 minutes of these are exclusive to the Blu Ray version. There are a few short interview segments with stars of the era scattered about so they can share stories.
It appears WWE have made an effort here to avoid duplicating too much material from other sets which is commendable but does mean this can't be viewed as a "best of" the attitude era but I guess it's not supposed to be. If you have a decent collection of WWE products this is largely a companion piece to those - most of the best or most famous stuff is available on various Austin, Rock, Raw, Foley releases among others as well as Attitude Era Volume 1 of course. The focus here is largely on Raw, Smackdown and Heat content rather than PPV encounters.
Most of the matches on here are very short and forgettable, many of them are simply used to set up an angle or brawl immediately after. So if you're here for classic matches then you won't find them. A notable exception is the last man standing match between Triple H and Chris Jericho which is the longest and best bout on the set - it's a cracker.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This one is much, much better than the first volume of the series. It delves into the best parts of the attitude era and shows off all the biggest and best personalities of the... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Jamie K.
Some decent matches although it pales in comparison to the first volume.Published 9 months ago by Gavin
Overall a good watch. some really good moments and matches in there. I also thought that there were many good matches and moments which were not included in it.Published 18 months ago by Richard Yamoah-Afrifa
Quick and easy delivery. I can't fault it at all. I was a birthday present for my dad and loved it.Published 19 months ago by Spud_spuddy_mummy