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WWE: Ultimate Warrior - The Ultimate Collection [DVD]
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OVER 25 MATCHES INTERVIEWS AND VIGNETTES
WWE fans have long awaited another Warrior DVD since the controversial release of 2005's Self Destruction of the Ultimate Warrior. Finally, their wish has come true!
WARRIORS, experience the history of that which can no longer be contained! Prepare yourselves, for you are about to be consumed by a power that makes the skies rumble and the earth shake! In this ultimate collection, the power of the Warrior is alive like never before! Descend into Parts Unknown, load the spaceship with the rocket fuel and unleash this 3-Disc set, but beware... the action is truly OUT OF CONTROL!!!
ULTIMATE WARRIOR vs. HULK HOGAN - Title vs. Title, WWE and Intercontinental Championship Match
WrestleMania VI 1st April 1990 (with pre-match interviews!
ULTIMATE WARRIOR vs. ANDRE THE GIANT - Intercontinental Championship Match
SummerSlam 28th August 1989
ULTIMATE WARRIOR vs. RICK RUDE - Intercontinental Championship Match
SummerSlam 28th August 1989
ULTIMATE WARRIOR vs. MACHO KING - Career Ending Match
WrestleMania VII 24th March 1991
PLUS! Ultimate Warrior discusses his career with WWE Home Entertainment for the first time ever!!
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One of the main selling points for this set is the contribution from the Warrior himself, he hadn't spoken on a WWE release for a long old time and it's good that he did eventually before his sad untimely passing. The interview he gave is spliced into smaller chunks and inserted along the way to introduce the matches and there's various interesting insights including observations on - Sting, Macho Man, Undertaker, winning and losing titles, jobbers, the origins of The Dingo Warrior, how he built the "superhero" Ultimate Warrior character and much more. There isn't much insight into how he left the WWF on the various occasions that he did but I guess that was to be expected (you can get the WWF's version of this on the (in)famous Self Destruction of the Ultimate Warrior DVD).
There's some cracking matches on this set. I reckon Warrior could handle himself better in the ring than some would have you believe and it helps that the other fellas on this set are some of the greatest in ring talents from the era - Savage, Rude, Dibiase, Race and Mr Perfect are all sheer class. Throw in the likes of Hogan, Andre and Taker and you've got an awesome who's who of wrestling from the late 80's to early 90's. As well as the main matches there's a few "squash" matches included also against the likes of Horowitz and Lombardi. They may not have much merit as matches but they're fun reminders of how wrestling used to be and how they used to get these characters over.Read more ›
Warrior always did spilt opinion, and few will be coming to this collection for two/three discs of five-star classic wrestling action, but it does do a good job of capturing the energy and excitement that the Warrior could bring. The set is a series of what the man himself calls “Warrior Moments”, interspersed with a sit down interview with the man himself. Warrior is candid, as you might expect, but it would also be very fair to say that there are a number of things he doesn’t really get into, such as the real reasons behind his departures from the WWE.
Other than the two opening matches, a very short Bladerunners squash from UWF and a Dingo Warrior match from WCCW, all bouts on here are from his WWE stint. Of course the first highlights Warrior’s team with the man now known as Sting so its an interesting thing to watch. Moving onto WWE. Squash matches with familiar faces Barry Horrowitz and Steve Lombardi are followed by an interesting bout with Harley Race.Read more ›
The first dvd has the warrior talk us through how he got started in the business and showed how young and green he was when his career began. the matches are mainly excellent, with the ones with Andre the Giant and rick rude being amongst the best.
The second dvd was a bit brief but I enjoyed the warrior's matches against Mr. Perfect, Rick Rude, Sgt. Slaughter and Ted Dibiase. classic matches every one of them!
The 3rd disc was a little disappointing, I thought the warrior should have given his version of events as to why he left the company in '91, '92 and '96, especially after the ear-bashing his reputation received in that infamous documentary, "the Self-Destruction of the Ultimate Warrior."
As this set stands, I am mainly satisfied with it and enjoyed seeing more matches from wwe's golden age, when the company had both great performers as well as great characters.
What made the death of Jim ‘Warrior’ Hellwig so unfathomable was that the weekend prior FINALLY saw him take his rightful place in the WWE Hall of Fame, make his heroic return at WrestleMania XXX, and then address the WWE Universe (or rather his ‘Warriors’) the following night on Raw, delivering a heartfelt (and eerily ironic) speech, thanking his fans and saying that the spirit of the Ultimate Warrior would live forever.
One thing to take solace from this heartbreaking loss is that after years of fighting, Vince McMahon and Warrior were finally able to make peace and the 2014 Hall of Famer’s legacy has been honoured and celebrated the way it SHOULD be. The Warrior’s story has received the happy ending it deserved, so it’s with that content attitude (and desire to pay my respects) that I too purchased Ultimate Warrior: The Ultimate Collection.
Now, everyone doubtless remembers the LAST DVD based on this man; 2005’s infamous Self-Destruction of The Ultimate Warrior. It was without doubt one of WWE Home Video’s most shocking and controversial releases, certainly its most shameless, which saw Vince, Jim Ross, Ted DiBiase and Bobby Heenan (among others) tear down Warrior with such profanity it was unbelievable! However, the DVD was one of my favourites due to its presentation, special-features and summary of Warrior’s career accomplishments. Yes, it was NOTORIOUSLY one-sided, but nevertheless outstanding.Read more ›
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Such a huge star of WWF and WWE, unforgettable battles with some of the best ever Wrestling Stars of all time.Published 13 months ago by Glen Mitchell
It's a good set to get and the matches are nearly correct. Always was the biggest star in the businessPublished 14 months ago by Mark Robinson
Not yet watched it so cannot comment
However, for those who where fans of the guy in their younger days or are/have been wrestling fans at anytime, then I'm sure it'll... Read more