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WWF: Royal Rumble 1999 - No Chance In Hell [VHS]

4.3 out of 5 stars 23 customer reviews

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  • Actors: Shawn Michaels, Mark Calaway, Dwayne Johnson, Ken Shamrock, Brian James
  • Directors: Kevin Dunn
  • Writers: Vince Russo
  • Producers: Vince McMahon
  • Format: VHS
  • Language: English
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Silver Vision
  • VHS Release Date: 1 Oct. 1999
  • Run Time: 167 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004CYPK
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 159,643 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Please note this product was created before 10 November 2002 when the World Wrestling Federation Entertainmnet Inc. traded as WWF. This product refers to WWF and carries a WWF logo


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By A Customer on 8 Sept. 2001
Format: VHS Tape
The '94 Royal Rumble is just pure quality...the Rumble itself is great with an interesting twist towards the end. However the best part of the Rumble is the Yokozuna vs. The Undertaker casket match, with the 'old skool' Undertaker who is much better than his present day image.
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What a Royal Rumble pay-per-view from 1994, presented by the World Wrestling Federation. A pay-per-view full of action, and great matches. All from the opening to the finish, you won't be disappointed. One match that I did enjoy was the casket match between WWF champion YOKOZUNA and the Undertaker, along with the Royal Rumble match.
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WWF Royal Rumble 1999 MR:

1. Road Dogg vs Big Boss Man 3/5

Nice little opener to the pay-per-view and the fans were really interacting with this one. I have to admit that both Road Dogg and the Big Boss Man put on a good opening match.

2. Badd Ass Billy Gunn vs Ken Shamrock (WWF Intercontinental Championship) 3/5

Pretty good match here for the WWF Intercontinental Championship, despite Bad Ass Billy Gunn having an injured ankle. The match was very good and featured a lot of close pin falls.

3. Gangrel vs X-Pac (WWF European Championship) 3/5

Not a long match, but certainly well done to both Gangrel and X-Pac putting on a good match for us the fans.

4. Luna vs Sable (Strap Match for WWF Women's Championship) 3/5

good to see Sable looking lovely and a great divas match, though it involved a strap and was very well put together and the ending did seem kind of familiar to another strap match from 2010.

5. The Rock vs Mankind ( I Quit Match for WWF Championship) 4/5

This by far was match of the night and was brutal from the ringing of the bell, till the moment where a superstar did utter the humiliating words " I Quit". This match had everything from brutal in ring action, to brutal out ring action. Mankind as usual did some death defying stunts, where he did actually fall onto an electric circuit board, which did knock out some lighting within the arena and he took some nasty chair shots from the Rock, who handcuffed Mankind. As I say again by far the match of the night and a brutal I Quit Match.

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This video has an appallingly boring mid card, which includes Tori's WWF debut, but the main event matches are nothing short of excellent. The Rock and Mankind have a brutually entertaining 'I Quit' match, and Austin and McMahon are the first two competitors in the best Royal Rumble match I've ever seen. Chyna also takes part, and Austin gets sent to hospital by a corporate ambush, but returns to the arena later on driving the ambulance! A must see for any true WWF fan.
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This tape is amazing. It is worth every single star in it's five-star rating.
There are as-per-usual a list of matches with the huge 30-man battle royal for WWF title shot at Wrestlemania.
The winner of the Royal Rumble was the showstopper, the icon, the main-event the Heart Break Kid Shawn Michaels!
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The way Amazon allocates reviews to VHS Royal Rumbles is absolute nightmare, so I just wanted to post making clear the correct card with the correct Rumble, for anyone like me looking to pick up a few old PPVs cheap on VHS. The card is:

The Road Dogg vs The Big Boss Man
Ken Shamrock vs Billy Gunn
X-Pac vs Gangrel
Sable vs Luna Vachon (Strap Match)
The Rock vs Mankind (I Quit match)
The Royal Rumble (participants inc. Steve Austin, Mr. McMahon, Chyna, Kane, Triple H).

For me the first four matches are a little forgettable, although Boss Man still makes for a very watchable heel and the X-Pac vs Gangrel Match has some exciting high risk maneuvers. The Rumble itself is entertaining but seems a little gimmicky, with more time spent watching what's going on outside the ring than in it.

The undoubted highlight is the I Quit Match between The Rock and Mankind, both of whom have more charisma in their little fingers than most of other participants here put together. Mick Foley's sheer disregard for his own safety takes your breath away.
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Tatanka vs Bam Bam Bigelow (with Luna Vachon)

Good, solid match seeing the speed and agility of the Native American superstar taking on the size and strength of The Beast from The East.

Owen Hart and Bret Hart vs The Quebecers for the tag team gold

A lenghty match seeing Owen once again turning on his brother, the beginning of their long and gruelling feud.

Razor Ramon vs IRS for the Intercontinental championship

Will Razor retain his belt against the tax man?-good match with a surprise ending.

Yokuzuna vs Undertaker for the WWF championship

The big one-the casket match, which pits the Phenom against the 600-pound champion. A match which ends when Mr Fuji's men intefere, and the Undertaker is put in the casket, leaving a daunting message to viewers-HE WILL NOT REST IN PEACE.

The 30-men royal rumble

This is probably the best Rumble match there is, with superstars such as Bret Hart, Shawn Michels, Lex luger, Macho Man Randy Savage, Diesel, Crush, and even Doink the Clown.

The ending is a big surprise!
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