WWE - Fatal 4-Way 2010 [DVD]
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Collection of the pay-per-view Fatal Four-Way matches that took place on June 2010 in New York. The featured matches include the WWE Championship, the World Heavyweight Championship and the Divas Championship.
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Kofi Kingston (c) vs. Drew McIntyre
Eve Torres (c) vs. Maryse vs. Gail Kim vs. Alicia Fox
Chris Jericho vs. Evan Bourne
Fatal 4-Way Match: World Title
Big Show vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Jack Swagger vs. CM Punk
The Miz (c) vs. R Truth
The Hart Dynasty vs. The Usos
Fatal 4-Way Match: WWE Title
John Cena (c) vs. Randy Orton vs. Sheamus vs. Edge
This, in my opinion, was the weakest ppv of 2010. With some of the big names in the 2 main event championship matches, i was so dissapointed in the quality of the actual matches. The world title match was slightly better than the wwe title match, saved by the amazing agility and skill of Rey Mysterio. The ending of the WWE title match was disspointing and predictable ... one of many inappropriate 'Nexus' moments to come over the next months.
The ppv also ended over 30 minutes earlier than it should have which in itself would make me think twice about buying it!
Overall the reason i gave this a 3 star rating was due to the amazing match between Chris Jericho and Evan Bourne. From the start this was just a great match to watch; exciting, fast paced and completely stole the show. Without this match, i would have gave it 1 star.
Kofi Kingston vs Drew McIntyre for the Intercontinental Championship:
This was a pretty entertain opener and the best match that these two have had. Great moves, great match. At the end, the refree was knock-out and Teddy Long came for make the count but he didnt count three and Matt Hardy come to attack Drew and Kofi wins with The Trouble to Paradise. Good opener.
Evan Bourne vs Chris Jericho:
When you have Jericho on the ring you will have a great match but if you put Evan Bourne with him you can have a really good macth. And this is what we had. Jericho cutting a promo before the match made it better that it was. At the end Evan covered Jericho before the Shooting Star Press. What a match! Perfect for these two and big push to Evan.
Rey Mysterio vs Jack Swagger vs Big Show vs CM Punk for the World Heaviweight Championship:
I didn't expect much more about this match but really happy with it because we saw that Kane's storyline continues. Good moves, like the Thriple German Suplex and allright match. At the end Rey wins with the 619. Big mistake giving the title to Rey.
The Miz vs R-Truth for the United States Championship:
The worst match of the night, very slow and so poor. At the end, Miz retains with a roll-up.
Hart Dynasty vs The Usos & Tamina
This match was so good because they didn't have a story and they wrestle good and people have a good time with this. At the end Natalya covers Tamina after the Discus Clothesline.
Sheamus vs John Cena vs Randy Orton vs Edge for the WWE Championship:
And here we are at the main event of the night.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was possibly the stupedest concept of the gimmick PPVs put there. Seriously a fatal 4 way PPV, were the creative crew on something that day? Anyway onto my review. Read morePublished on 11 May 2011 by Mark T. Youngson