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WWF: In Your House 26 - Rock Bottom [VHS]
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on 7 July 2003
This is not a DVD about the Rock dispite the title, this was the December 1998 PPV. This was after Surviour Series 1998 which had the WWF Title won by The Rock by screwing Mankind.
The opening match was Val Venis and Godfarther VS D'lo Brown & Mark Henry, a good opener to this PPV. Wait till you see what Jacaline does to Val.
The Headbangers Vs The Oddities. A slow match where the crowd were not into it.
Steve Blackman Vs Owen Hart. A good match where the Canadian crowd were clearly behind Owen, unfortuantly, this was Owen's last PPV appearence in Canada.
J.O.B. Squad Vs The Brood. A good six man tag with lots of close calls and a entertaining outcome.
Sriptease Match.
Goldust Vs Jeff Jarett featuring Debra. If Goldust loses, Goldust will have to strip, if Jarett loses, Debra will strip. Come on Goldust, a good match.
WWF Tag Team Title match
New Age Outlaws Vs Big Boss Man & Ken Shamrock.
A good entertaining match where the crowd were into it and alot of close calls.
WWF Title.
The Rock Vs Mankind.
Another entertaining match were controversy was in the mix due to McMahon, but very entertaining and the start of the classic matches between Mankind and The Rock.
Buried Alive Match.
The Undertaker Vs Stone Cold Steve Austin.
Obviously the best match of the night. If Austin wins he can enter the 1999 Royal Rumble (Before Wrestlemaina XV). A very good ending with an explosive involvement from Kane. A very good match.
This is a must buy DVD for your WWE/WWF DVD collection as it is a classic.
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on 15 August 2014
A really good show with some amazing matches featuring:

1. WWF Champion The Rock vs Mankind in a really & always entertaining match up
2. A buried alive match between Stone Cold & The Undertaker
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on 20 April 2000
Finnally, The Rock has got his own pay-per-view. The Rock says that the millions... and millions of The Rock's fans can watch the Great One lay the smackdown on that jabroni, Mankind, for the Corporate Championship. The Rock says Foley can take Mr. Socko, polish him up real nice, turn that S.O.B. sideways, and stick it straight up his candy @$$! Enough of Rock talk. The main event is a Buried Alive match between Austin and Undertaker, in their 234,567th pay-per-view match against each other. It's a passable brawl. The Rock has a great match with Mick Foley for the WWF Championship, and the fans STILL love The Rock, even though he's sided with the McMahon Family and the Corporation. Jeff Jarret and Goldust have an entertaining striptease match (Should Goldust win, Debra strips, should JJ win, Goldust strips) that ends with a great interview reversing the descion from Commisioner HBK. The New Age Outlaws have a decent contest with Shamrock and the Bossman, and there's some other good matches. At the end of the day, this is the second best pay-per-view of 1998 (Wrestle Mania XIV takes the top spot).
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on 26 October 2000
This is another superb PPV from the WWF. All the back up matches on the PPV card are great. But of course the two every-one wants to talk about is The Rock vs Mankind for the WWF Title and The Buried Alive Match pitting The Undertaker aginst The "Texas RattleSnake". Now Austin had to win this match to get his slot and his chance in the upcoming Royal Rumble the following year in January. This is a truly out standing match. Then an Injured Rock thanks to an attack from behind by Mankind defends his WWF Title against him, in another good WWf Title defence. A great PPV. Every TRUE wrestling fan she have this event.
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on 15 March 2002
WWF Rock Bottom looks like a promising pay-per-view event on paper, but once you start watching it, you begin to realise that it falls short of the normal standard of excellence that is the WWF. The show starts off well enough, with a decent tag bout featuring Val Venis and The Godfather against D'lo Brown and Mark Henry. But then the show goes south. The Headbangers vs The Oddities stinks the place out and Owen Hart vs Steve Blackman has a daft count-out finish (in Owen's home country I might add!)Then you get bored sensless by a mundane six-man between The Job Squad and The Brood.
Everyone's favourite is next, The Striptease Match between Jeff Jarrett and Goldust. The match is actually quite good, and the end result means that Debra has to strip for the crowd (unfortunately, Jarrett and The Blue Blazer cover her up before we get to see anything). The tag-team title match between The Outlaws and Shamrock and Bossman is another bore, but The Rock's match with Mankind steals the show (despite a horrendous outcome). While not the best match in their long rivalry, Stone Cold and The Undetaker still deliver an entertaining Buried Alive Match, with a typically odd conclusion.
While not one of the WWF's strongest events, Rock Bottom still has enough good matches to please most WWF fans.
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on 16 October 2003
This is the worst Pay-Per-View event the WWF/E have ever put on. There are two matches that could be considered passable (Rock v Mankind, Owen Hart v Steve Blackman), but everything else is utterly unwatchable. Avoid at all costs.
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on 6 July 2000
YOu like the Rock of course you like the Rock he is the great one and this is every Rock fans dream.
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on 6 August 2000
Main event Stone Cold vs Undertaker (Buried Alive match) Deffiantly the one to watch
Rock Vs Mankind (not bad)
Other great matches
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on 26 November 2000
IF YA SMELL WHAT U SHOULD BUYING this is a great vid whent the Rock lays the smacketh down all over current commish Mankind.
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on 13 February 2004
Buy this for one match.A BURIED ALIVE Match.Stone Cold must Bury the Undertaker Alive to enter the Royal Rumble Match.Other matches include The Rock v Mankind.The rest of the card is dull, but who cares because it has a BURIED ALIVE MATCH on it.
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