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WWE - Macho Madness - The Ultimate Randy Savage Collection [DVD]

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  • Actors: Randy Savage
  • Format: Box set, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Clear Vision Ltd
  • DVD Release Date: 22 Jun. 2009
  • Run Time: 539 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0025MERHI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 85,268 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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A selection of footage and interviews documenting the career of one of the finest and most controversial WWE in-ring competitors of all time, Randy Savage, spanning two decades from his debut in wrestling in 1985 to his reign as the Macho King, and including all the events and drama inbetween.

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This is a set that wrestling fans have been wanting for years, myself included. There's no doubt that Randy "Macho Man" Savage is one of the true greats in sports entertainment. He was involved in some of the most memorable matches and angles that fans have ever seen and most certainly on a par with the likes of Ric Flair and Shawn Michaels in terms of in ring ability and the talent to entertain. The match selection for this set is absolutely top notch and contains bouts against a virtual who's who of professional wrestling: Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Ricky Steamboat, Shawn Michaels, Bret Hart, Bruno Sammartino, Dusty Rhodes, Andre The Giant, Sting and more. A highly impressive list to say the least! Another point to make is that this set has no interaction with Randy Savage whatsoever. No interviews or documentary style footage at all. While this is a disappointment, it's hardly a surprise. Savage's turbulent relationship with WWE owner Vince McMahon is infamous so to see no involvement by Savage is no shock. Instead this compilation is hosted by Matt Striker and Maria and let me tell you that they do a truly awful job! Striker's constant impressions of Savage are poor, unfunny and frankly boring. Maria is clearly reading from a script and spends most of the show giggling awkwardly. Neither of them share any useful information about Savage or Elizabeth and as a whole the between match segments are almost unbearable! And its due to this terrible pairing that this set loses a star. For a release of this magnitude I would rather see "Mean" Gene Okerlund or Jim Ross as host. But where this collection does hit the mark is the matches. The quality varies but they're all highly entertaining.Read more ›
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Why the Randy Savage DVD project was originally cancelled, I have no idea. I mean, Vince apparently held a huge grudge against Savage for leaving the WWF to go to WCW in 1994. But a lot of his stars jump-shipped and Vince has welcomed most of them back with open arms. If Vince could make peace with Hulk Hogan, Bret Hart, the Hart Family, Roddy Piper, Sable, Eric Bischoff etc and do everything to keep their legacies alive...why not the Macho Man? It's a most perplexing mystery that we may never know the answer to.

Thankfully, the project was brought back on (with Vince realising that even he needs cash in the credit crunch). And now, Macho Madness: The Randy Savage Ultimate Collection can FINALLY be yours to own.

For today's fans of wrestling who're wondering just who this guy is, you don't know wrestling until you've seen the Macho Man at work. In the golden days of the Federation Years, Randy Savage was second ONLY to Hulk Hogan. He was overwhelmingly popular, a HUGE draw, complete with colourful cowboy hats, shades and robes, his manager/wife - the late, great Miss Elizabeth - and the legendary catchphrase of "Oooooooooohhhh, yeeeeeeaaaaaaahhhh!"

In the ring, Savage was a TRUE artist. His aerial offence and technical expertise produced nothing but absolute quality. He's been a part of some of the greatest storylines the wrestling world has ever known, and has brought such glory to the Intercontinental and WWE/WCW world titles. By all accounts, Randy Savage is an undisputed legend and deserves to be recognised as such.

As with WWE Encyclopedia, Vince hasn't allowed his ego to spoil anything this time around. Don't expect a `Self-destruction of the Ultimate Warrior' job here.
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This is a great dvd of one of the biggest legends in pro wrestling history and a wide collection of his greatest matches from WWE and WCW and very memorable moments from the WWE hall of fame superstar Macho Man Randy Savage. Dig it!
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Compiled three years before Randy "Macho Man" Savage's death, this 3-dvd set was definitely more of a cash-in (Savage being one of the few WW(F) legends not to have been the subject of such a release at the time) rather than showing any real signs of the thawing of the notoriously cold relationship between Savage and Vince McMahon. If, and that's a big IF, the rumours are true then you couldn't blame Vince, but that's a different argument for a different time. It might all go towards explaining why, though, this long-awaited release is presented by the dazzling duo of Matt Striker and Maria. The less said about them the better, but their involvement shouldn't spoil your enjoyment about what really matters in this set, the matches.

Disc 1 starts with his WWF debut from 1985, a riotously entertaining squash match against Rick McGraw which certainly marked Savage out as one to watch. The thing is of course that Savage was already known as one to watch due to his work in the territories, but there is no mention of his pre-WWF career here, which is a slight shame. (Even The Ultimate Warrior's DVD acknowledged his pre WWF career). From there we get an early glimpse at his chemistry opposite Hulk Hogan in a good 1985 Madison Square Gardens match before he unseats Tito Santana to win the Intercontinental title match in a decent match that had to be on this collection for its historical value. A 1987 match with Bruno Sammartino is surprisingly entertaining (though it does feature a non-finish) and what else is there left to be said about his WrestleMania III classic opposite Ricky Steamboat? Sure it's a bout the WWE like to keep putting on collections but no Randy Savage feature could be complete without it.
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