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WWE: Undertaker's Deadliest Matches [DVD]
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He's the most ominous presence in the history of WWE, known for taking the souls of scores of Superstars and his historic WrestleMania undefeated streak. Now for the first time ever, Undertaker s most dangerous conflicts are collected in Undertaker's Deadliest Matches. This set includes Casket Matches, Buried Alive Matches, Hell in a Cell Matches, Last Ride Matches, Body Bag Matches, Boiler Room Brawls, Concrete Crypt Matches and numerous other brutal bouts. 21 complete matches in all. Prepare for carnage.
3-DISC DVD INCLUDES:
BODY BAG MATCH - Undertaker vs. Ultimate Warrior
BURIED ALIVE MATCH - Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Undertaker
HELL IN A CELL - Undertaker vs. Randy Orton
INFERNO MATCH - Undertaker vs. Kane
LAST MAN STANDING MATCH FOR THE WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP - Undertaker vs. Batista
AND MORE THAN A DOZEN MORE!
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The Undertaker vs. The Ultimate Warrior - This was a body bag match where you had to get your opponent inside of a body bag to win. It was the best a match between these two at this time could have been, they kept the messing around with the body bag to a minimum and had a pretty entertaining match.
The Undertaker vs. Kamala - This was a coffin match where you had to pin your opponent before putting them into a coffin. Again this was probably the best match we could have got considering it was featuring Kamala. Kamala was clearly scared of the Undertaker through out the match which made the match more interesting. It was a fairly short match, it was slow but it didn't feel boring.
The Undertaker vs. Kama - This was a casket match where you just have to shut your opponent in the casket to win. This one felt a lot longer than the previous matches, it was quite slow in parts and just didn't feel that exciting for the most part, it was alright but not much more.
The Undertaker vs. King Mabel - This was another casket match. It was kept a lot shorter than the last one and was better for it. The Undertaker was pretty dominant but Mabel, with the help of Mo, would still get some offence in. It was a fairly short and entertaining match.
The Undertaker vs. Mankind - This was the first regular match of the set but it didn't feel like it with plenty of brawling around the ring and a chair even being introduced. This was a really good back and forth brawl with both men taking so much punishment. This was a good way to start The Undertaker's first great feud.
The Undertaker vs. Mankind - This was a boiler room brawl where the first man to leave the boiler room and make it to the ring and collect the urn would be the winner. This match had a very different feel to normal as commentary barely spoke so we just had the sounds of the fight. This was a hard hitting, back and forth, weapons filled brawl as they just beat each other up all around the boiler room and didn't stop fighting all the way through the arena and back to the ring. It maybe went a little long but it was still a good match with a surprising ending.
The Undertaker vs. "Stone Cold" Steve Austin - This was a buried alive match, it was an attitude era style brawl all around the arena as well as at the grave site. They fought back and forth until Austin got Undertaker in the grave. After he got out Kane made an appearance and he and Undertaker fought around the grave. These two have had better matches but this one was still pretty good.
The Undertaker vs. Kane - This is an inferno match but it's not their famous one from Unforgiven, it's a second one from RAW. It's a decent back and forth match, it obviously has it's limitations because of all the fire but it's kept short so you don't really notice.
The Undertaker vs. Big Show - This match started off well, with Big Show dominating The Undertaker and Undertaker soaking his elbow pad in something to help him put Big Show out as he has him in a sleeper but The Undertaker got disqualified for using a baseball bat soon after. The visual of the bat cracking off the giant's head was cool but the match wasn't anything.
The Undrtaker vs. Big Show - This was a more competitive match than the previous one, they brawle around the ring for quite a while before the finish which came out of nowhere. This was ok but I feel it's mainly here for the shocking ending.
The Undertaker vs. The Dudley Boyz - This is a concrete crypt match where Paul Bearer would be in a crypt outside of the ring and Paul Heyman(who was with the Dudleys) was operating a cement truck that would fill the crypt with cement if Undertaker got too much offence in or did anything Heyman didn't like. It really wasn't very good, the in ring action was ok but nothing special and the weird gimmick didn't help.
The Undertaker vs. Heidenreich - This is a casket match and Heidenreich was clearly afraid of the casket. This was better than I was expecting, they had a good back and forth match. Gene Snitsky got involved to beat down the deadman but Kane came out of the casket to even the odds. Heidenreich managed to overcome his fear of the casket long enough to try and get Undertaker into it. I enjoyed this more than I thought I would and it didn't go too long.
The Undertaker vs. Randy & Bob Orton - This is another casket match, Undertaker would have to get both of his opponents into the casket to win. It was a pretty good match, Undertaker dominated his opponents on his own but their numbers advantage helped them beat him down. Undertaker managed to shut Bob in the casket for a while making it more of a one on one match with Randy. This was fun but I do prefer the singles matches Undertaker and Randy have had.
The Undertaker vs. Randy Orton - This was a Hell in a Cell match and The Undertaker just completely dominated Orton for a good while, similar to the first ever hell in a cell match. Orton eventually got back into the match with an RKO over the ropes and from there they had a good and violent back and forth match. Both men were busted open, they used weapons and Bob Orton managed to get involved too. A very good match.
The Undertaker vs. The Great Khali - This is a last man standing match. Undertaker has to try and wear down Khali, going for the legs and trying to choke him out with a triangle choke while Khali used his size and power advantage, as well as an assist by his manager, to beat down The Undertaker. This was a really good match with some memorable moments, it's one of the two good matches Khali has ever been in.
The Undertaker vs. Mr. Kennedy - This was a first blood match and Undertaker was fairly dominant for a lot of it, he was targeting the mid section of Kennedy, to either try and make him bleed internally or just to punish him. Kennedy aimed his attack at the head of Undertaker to try and bust him open. It was a decent match but was cut short due to some involvement by MVP.
The Undertaker vs. Mr. Kennedy - This was a last ride match where you had to put your opponent i the back of a hearse and leave the arena to win. To start it looks like it will be a dominant match for the phenom but Mr. Kennedy smartly manages to fight back and stay in the match, getting Undertaker in the hearse multiple times and throwing him off a high part of the Armaggeddon stage to try and get the victory. This was a really good match that did a lot for Kennedy showing he could be on the same level as The Undertaker.
The Undertaker vs. Batista - This was a last man standing match but it didn't rely too much on weapons which I liked. Undertaker targeted Batista's injured leg to keep him down as well as hitting his signature power moves and a leg drop through a table. Batista would aim his attack at the back of The Undertaker hitting all of his signature offence including multiple spinebusters one after another. This was a great match with an impressive looking finish.
The Undertaker vs. Big Daddy V - This match was alright, the best we could have got really from Big Daddy V. V used his power to try and put down The Undertaker and Undertaker fought back from underneath. This was the debut of Undertaker using the gogoplata/Hell's Gate submission hold.
The Undertaker vs. Edge - This was a hell in a cell match where Edge controls a lot more of it than I think anyone expected. He made it clear he was not afraid of the deadman and brought the fight right to him, even spearing him through the cell wall. Undertaker gets some revenge on all Edge has done to him by using the camera that Edge hit him with at Survivor Series, hitting a spear of his own and even a con-chair-to. This was a great end to an amazing feud.
The Undertaker vs. The Big Show - This is inside a steel cage and Big Show was using his power and heavy strikes to beat The Undertaker down. The longer the match went on the more competitive it became. It was a bit slow but the two men kept it interesting enough so it was still a pretty good match, much better than I expected.
This was a good DVD set, while a few of the matches aren't anything special the set never really gets boring. There's also a lot of really good matches and some that surprised me with how much I enjoyed them. Another bonus is that a lot of those matches were quite rare and hadn't really been released before this DVD so it was definitely worth watching. It was a shame they completely skipped over his american badass years but there's still enough quality to fill the set even without those matches.
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