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WWE - OMG! - The Top 50 Incidents In WWE History [Blu-ray]

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  • Actors: The Undertaker, Mankind, John Cena, Brock Lesnar
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Clear Vision Ltd
  • DVD Release Date: 26 Sept. 2011
  • Run Time: 459 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005EYJV3E
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 69,258 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Countdown of the top 50 memorable and exciting moments in WWE history. Which moment will top the chart? Mick Foley's fall from the top of a 'Hell in a Cell' cage? The explosion of Vince McMahon's limo? Also features a number of classic matches including Mankind vs. Undertaker and Shawn Michaels vs. Diesel.

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I'd consider myself a casual WWE fan ever since the attitude era ended but I still collect the odd WWE if it seems good and I have to say this DVD is just brilliant.
The first DVD is a countdown of the top 50 most shocking moments in WWE and cover all ages of WWE history from the classic 80s, to the cartoon and attitude era right up until the PG era.
I'll not ruin the list but it is fantastic viewing with clips of each incident and interviews from the likes of JR, Jerry Lawler, Booker T, John Cena and a brutally honest CM Punk.
I had one issue with this list, I hope you like the opening music of this DVD, as your going to hear it a further 50 times throughout the course of it, as it plays at the start of each clip.
This DVD runs for 2 hours.

Disc 2 covers promos and matches in full from the Top 50 countdown:

Rowdy Roddy Piper Gives Haiti Kid a Haircut
Tuesday Night Titans - 7th March, 1986

Jake The Snake Roberts Attacks Macho Man Randy Savage
Superstars - 23rd November, 1991

The Rockers Split on the Barber Shop
Wrestling Challenge - 11th January, 1992

WWE Championship Match
Shawn Michaels vs. Diesel
In Your House: Good Friends, Better Enemies - 28th April, 1996

Intercontinental Championship Match
Hunter Hearst-Helmsley vs. Undertaker
Shotgun Saturday Night - 8th February, 1997

Stone Cold Stunner to Mr. McMahon
Raw - 22nd September, 1997

Hell in a Cell Match
Mankind vs. Undertaker
King of the Ring - 28th June, 1998

Mr.
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This dvd interested me on paper but it was always going to be hard to get the top 50 to everyones liking, as a wwe fan for most of my life one of the most shocking moments was when the big bossman was hanged after the match with the taker at mania 15, i think it was 15, from the hell in a cell. It was vile, cold, evil and the image has seared itself into my soul. There are plenty of other moments that didnt make this dvd when it should have but thats just me.
The top 50 does contain filler, no point lying, it does, one use of hogan, lots of stonecold and not always the best moments and hardly any rock, the chair shots to mankind at rumble 99 doesnt appear when maybe it should have.
The top 50 moments bring back memories and thats a great thing in itself, the main feature lasts 2 hours so thats an average of 4 mins per segment but it doesnt break down that way in reality.
The bonus stuff isnt bad, i pretty much have all the matches but its nice to have them again under this umbrella but there arent alot of them.
It isnt essential but i got this very cheap so worth it on that basis.
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Ok, so as a kid (and now secretly as an adult) I loved WWF/ WWE and watched all the PPVs and house shows avidly. I remember some huge moments of great wrestling, or amazing moments that you didn't see coming - those 'OMG' moments (as the DVD entitles). But, dissapointly, this DVD catalogues so many of those 'why did they even bother' moments. Do you remember Gene Snitsky in 2004 kicking a doll into the crowd? Yes? No? Even if you did, I can't imagine you would have it as number 25 in the top 50 WWE moments.

I am not sure how a three disk DVD set of the top 50 moments in WWE history (note the word 'history') can only include one moment with Hulk Hogan - the man that argueably put proffesional wrestling where it is today - and even that was number 50 and was brushed aside.

There are too many moments of Steve Austin. If he isn't spraying beer on Vince, he is filling his car with cement, or crushing a coach with a digger or singing songs in the ring to name but a few. Where are the classic moments? The moments that made the WWE were it is today.

Out of the 50 moments I think about 10 to 15 are justified but the rest are 'fillers' - which is hugely dissapointing. Only one moment for The Rock, one of Bret Hart and one of Hulk Hogan - surely the top 50 moments in wrestling history should include the biggest names in the business. To put it into context one of the 'top 50 moments' was a referee attempting to commit suicide each week - really? If you started watching wrestling from about 2004 you will like this, as it seems to ignore everything that happened before this date.

Sorry WWE, but this is one of the worst yet!
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This is a three disk set, packaged the same as a number of other WWE releases like 10TH Anniversary of Smackdown, 15th Anniversary of Raw as well as others. But, you dont get a little booklet saying what matches and other stuff are on each disk.
Disk 1 is a count down of the top 50 moments, with little segments from wrestlers about the clip, these include, JR, CM Punk, Booker T, John Cena, Jerry "The King" Lawler and a few others. This is ok, but alot of the top 50 "incidents" are on the 10th anniversary of smackdown and 15th anniversary of Raw. Plus there is a lot of Stone Cold Steve Austin.
Disc 2 covers promos and matches in full from the Top 50 countdown:

Rowdy Roddy Piper Gives Haiti Kid a Haircut
Tuesday Night Titans - 7th March, 1986

Jake The Snake Roberts Attacks Macho Man Randy Savage
Superstars - 23rd November, 1991

The Rockers Split on the Barber Shop
Wrestling Challenge - 11th January, 1992

WWE Championship Match
Shawn Michaels vs. Diesel
In Your House: Good Friends, Better Enemies - 28th April, 1996

Intercontinental Championship Match
Hunter Hearst-Helmsley vs. Undertaker
Shotgun Saturday Night - 8th February, 1997

Stone Cold Stunner to Mr. McMahon
Raw - 22nd September, 1997

Hell in a Cell Match
Mankind vs. Undertaker
King of the Ring - 28th June, 1998

Mr. McMahon's Ceremony to Crown a New WWE Champion
Raw - 28th September, 1998

Stone Cold Gives the Corporation a Beer Bath
Raw - 22nd March, 1999

Dearly Departed
SmackDown - November 11, 1999

Hardcore Championship Match
Shane McMahon vs.
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