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WWE - Tombstone - The History Of The Undertaker [DVD]

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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: 3
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Clear Vision Ltd - WWE
  • DVD Release Date: 19 Sept. 2005
  • Run Time: 547 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000ANH7GC
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 43,179 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Phenom. American Badass. Deadman. However you know him, the Undertaker's been a four-time WWE Champion, six-time Tag-Team Champion, and a main event level Superstar. Legends, Champions and even the owner of WWE have bowed to his dominance, culminating in a perfect 13-0 record at WrestleMania. This 3-disc DVD set provides 21 of Undertaker's best matches with additional footage and history of his many opponents... providing what legions of fans already know: the Deadman lives!

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He is without doubt the WWF/E's most famous and reliable performer. He is not only a timeless gimmick, but the most talented `big man' wrestler of all time, and a true professional in and outside the ring. There has never been a wrestler like the Undertaker and may never be again. Ever since his debut at the 1990 Survivor Series, the Undertaker has remained one of the sport's biggest stars. While his character may have evolved over the years, he's still the same terrifying mountain of a man, the bringer of destruction, a renowned multi-time world champion, a huge, huge draw, the master of chilling, brilliant promos and a phenomenal wrestler. From 1990 to (now) 2009, there is plenty of evidence to support the Undertaker as perhaps the greatest wrestler of all time.

The longevity of the Phenom is perhaps the main reason why he's so revered. With the possible exception of Ric Flair, no other legend has bridged generations together like the Undertaker. He has warred with so many of the greatest stars the business has ever produced, put them over and triumphed over them in spectacular feuds. Hulk Hogan, Yokozuna, Diesel, Mankind, Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Kane, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Triple H, Kurt Angle, Ric Flair, Brock Lesnar, John Cena, JBL, Randy Orton, Batista and Edge: they've all come at him and all failed to bring him down, only to be on the receiving end of the Dead Man's wrath.

Tombstone: The History of the Undertaker is a three-disc-set that was released in 2005, chronicling his career from his debut at Survivor Series 1990 to his return at WrestleMania 20 in 2004. It was one of the WWE's biggest selling releases and to this day still stands as one of the greatest DVDs to come from WWE Home Video.
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This dvd is mostly just matches involving The Undertaker, there is a short intro leading to each match to explain what happened next, It's not that detailed but doesn't really need to be.

The matches:

vs Hulk Hogan (Survivor Series 1991) - This match happens one year after his debut and is his first WWE championship match, nothing amazing but as entertaining as Hogan matches during this time get, with Ric Flair getting involved. It's mostly here for historical reasons I think. 5/10

vs Yokozuna (Royal Rumble 1994) - This is a casket match, It's a basic big man match since those are the people Undertaker would mostly be put with during the start of his career. Loads of people get involved in this match, all on the side of Yokozuna. Not great wrestling wise but entertaining. 6/10

vs Diesel (Wrestlemania 12) - This was Undertaker's first match at Wrestlemania that I think was good, Undertaker definitely improved as his career went on. Diesel gets in a lot of offense in this match, and even looks like he has Undertaker beat at times, but he pulls the Undertaker's shoulder up himself so he can inflict more damage. A good match here. 7/10

vs Mankind (IYH Buried Alive) - This was the first ever buried alive match. Mankind was the first great opponent of The Undertaker who gave consistently good matches. Undertaker gives out a lot of punishment to Mankind here but Mankind takes it all. After the match a load of other people come out to help bury the Undertaker alive. A very good match here. 7.5/10

vs Mankind (IYH Revenge of The Taker) - A huge brawl here, Mankind again takes a lot of punishment from the Undertaker but gets in some offense too.
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First i wanna thank the WWE for putting this DVD out, it is not a DVD with a story of the Undertakers life this is merely a collection of all his greatest matches from the start to finish of his career (although it isn't finished yet).
My favourite Undertaker matches i will talk about here one by one so here goes.
Undertaker vs Mankind Hell In A Cell Match King Of The Ring 1998: Who doesn't know about this match? wether you were a wrestling fan or not around this time you will of heard about it because it was just crazy. This match not only overshadowed Micks past career as his most death defying moment but it set in stone the character of the Undertaker as a cold hearted evil man who will go to any lengths to hurt somebody.
The first throw off the cell is unbelievable and i genuinly thought mankind might of been killed at that moment, luckily he wasn't and he was actually still able to go through the top of the cell down to the ring via a chokeslam. This match is very slow, mainly because of the huge falls Mankind takes but it is also the most entertaining match in the set.
Kane s Undertaker Inferno Match Unforgiven 1998: This year was Takers best year because not only did he have the most memorable match in history with Mankind and had people believe he would kill his opponents if he had to but now the WWE decided that if the Undertaker was this dangerous in a cell, let's stick fire around the ring, remove the cell and put him against his brother.
This = Excellence as it is again one of Undertakers best matches, him and Kane fail to put on a bad match in my opinion now considering the size of the pair of them you would think this wouldn't be a very quick paced match, but you would be wrong.
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