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WWE: Triple H - Thy Kingdom Come [DVD]
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Triple H continues to build upon his enduring legacy. From 13-time World Champion to COO, Triple H has played multiple roles spanning decades. Packed with over 3 hours of documentary footage, all-new interviews and matches, this compilation profiles Triple H's entire career as well as his current executive role with the WWE.
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The tale of the boy from Nashua, NH, to two working class doting parents who would work hard every day of his life to eventually become the chief operating officer of a multi-million dollar organisation is told through the voices of literally everyone who is anyone from WWE in the last 25 years.
Like in so many areas of this documentary, the story is made even more rich and engaging by its narrators: the DVD's spine is made up by the voices of Jim Ross, Shawn Michaels, Vince, Steph, The Rock, Steve Austin, Big Show, Dave Bautista, Ric Flair, John Cena, Randy Orton, Kevin Nash, Mick Foley, Sean Waltman, Brock Lesnar, both Paul's parents and, of course, The Undertaker.
His injuries are covered with the first particularly given room. His comeback is and was remarkable and film of the doctors discussing him and operating on him is really well-placed. Upon his return, too, Flair, Orton and Bautista all praise not just his work ethic but his remarkable character and nature. Orton describes how patient his was with him in his younger days and how Triple H took him under his wingand made him what he is today. The Matches were great- from Wcw-WWe. Overall For the documentary alone, the new Thy Kingdom Come dvd set is a must.
I'll admit I'm not the biggest Triple H fan, but I know he's good and certainly respect what he has accomplished. The documentary piece that goes with any of these types of WWE releases is up to the usual high standards you would expect. Very interesting stuff. However, where this release is let down is by the matches.
Some of them are just flat-out weird choices, and average matches at best. Two stand out examples: A World Title defence against Rob Van Dam from an episode of Raw where the crowd was absolutely dead during the entire match, and a singles match against Jeff Hardy from an episode from Smackdown where again similarly the crowd was dead. A match against Chris Jericho you say? Oh this should be good... oh wait, it was from when "DX" were feuding with Jericho & Big Show over the tag team titles, on an episode of Raw with a gimmick involved. (Spoiler: Triple H won).
But then I realised what was wrong with the matches, here was one of WWE's biggest stars who rose to fame during the attitude era and had some of the most hardcore matches in WWE, yet here on The Game's "career defining Blu-ray/DVD" release, they're all missing because of the current PG era. Okay, if you're a WWE fan you've probably seen his classic matches with Cactus Jack on Mick Foley's multiple DVD releases. What about his three stages of hell match with Stone Cold Steve Austin? (Or any match against Austin for that matter) How about the Last Man Standing Match against Chris Jericho? Granted there are two Last Man Standing Matches here, but both after WWE banned blood.
Bizarrely, even though in the documentary they cover the two matches Triple H had against The Undertaker at WrestleMania and the "end of an era" but neither of the matches are present here. Then again, the second match was a Hell in a Cell match...
The documentary I actually watched on the WWE Network and really enjoyed it. Triple H sits down and talks about the passion for wrestling and works all the way up to training at a very early age, working in WCW, breaking into the WWE, DX, his love for Stephanie and up to the point of breaking into the corporate image of being the CEO of the WWE.
I haven't had a chance to watch any of the matches as they wasn't placed on the WWE Network, but from the match listing one of my favourites has to be the last man standing match between Triple H and Shawn Michaels at the 2004 Royal Rumble for the World Heavyweight Championship.
I recommend this product If you are a fan of Triple H.
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