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Survivor Series

As a fan of the 0ld ’80s WWF, I love the reenactment of a classic Survivor Series. Remember it was the Thanksgiving night tradition? The Survivor Series! 10 teams, 48 Superstars reenacted with action figures!

(Note. Be prepared to turn down your volume, a sound clip begins to play that you can turn off at the bottom of the page.)

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Shawn Michaels: My Journey DVD Review

WWE Home Video’s newest DVD release is Shawn Michaels: My Journey, a celebration of his twenty five years in the business.  The 3-disc set makes up 20 of his greatest matches that clocks in just over nine hours of footage.

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WWE Survivor Series Anthology, Volume 1 & 2

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Survivor Series, the once great “Thanksgiving Night Tradition” is now available in two 5 disc set anthologies. I remember begging my parents to allow me to order the Survivor Series on Thanksgiving day. Sadly, they thought family time was more important. Eventually it became the “Thanksgiving Tradition” and stopped being shown on Thanksgiving day. Now you can relive the Pay-Per-View events over and over again.

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MattyCollector WWE Update

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If you’re a WWE® fan, I’ve got huge news: Mattel is going to launch a whole line of World Wrestling Entertainment® (WWE®) products!If you’re a WWE fan, I’ve got huge news: Mattel is going to launch a whole line of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) products!

Highly-detailed figures, belts, rings, and more will be in stores January 1, 2010! They’ll be insanely accurate in scale, detail, and WWE authenticity. The Superstar figures have tattoos that show even when they’re fully articulated, and the first 1,000 of each WWE basic figure for 2010 will come with one of 1,000 consecutively numbered die-cast commemorative WWE Championship Belts.

Also look for these three segments…

Elite Collection
My design friends at Mattel talked to a lot of collectors to find out what they want, and the Elite Collection is the result. Watch for fan-favorite Superstars and Divas in 2010 that’ll come with a personalized stand and authentic ring attire.

Entrance Greats™
Everyone loves ring entrances! We’ve captured all the excitement with figures packed out in their entrance outfits from epic WrestleMania® battles and a base that plays their music!

FlexForce™ Action Figures
We know kids dig WWE, too, so there’s a ton of toys just for them. The figures can do authentic moves just like a Superstar, and kids can stage matches in the Breakdown Brawl Ring. There’ll be accessories, too, like tables, ladders, and chairs.


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WWE SummerSlam 2009 DVD

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Once again I am given the task of watching a new WWE event. As a fan of the 80’s WWF, I find it very difficult to enjoy the current state of wrestling. Oh wait… Shawn Michaels is still wrestling? Really? Next your going to tell me that they are still doing the D-Generation X storyline… oh that’s sad

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The Rise And Fall of WCW DVD

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I was very excited to get the new WWE DVD: The Rise and Fall of WCW. I really enjoy the WWE documentary DVDs over the collection of matches. I couldn’t wait to hear the discussions on the ultimate failure of the organization. Sadly, the beginnings of the WCW is very boring.

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WWE Allied Powers: The World’s Greatest Tag Teams

I was a little puzzled about this DVD. The cover features some of the newer WWE wrestlers, but the DVD spends most of the time on tag teams from the past. That’s a good thing! Like the previous releases, this DVD is hosted by wrestlers.  The Miz & John Morrison introduce the various Tag Teams with no real thoughts on the wrestlers. I prefer the format where we hear the other wrestlers opinions, and sometimes hatred for them. …continue reading WWE Allied Powers: The World’s Greatest Tag Teams


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WWE: Macho Madness – The Randy Savage Ultimate Collection

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I have never been a big fan of the Macho Man. I always found him to be a bit of a douche. Apparently so do most of his wrestling peers! Unlike the Ultimate Warrior DVD where his peers discussed his self-destruction, this DVD only features wrestling matches. That came as a bit of a disappointment. I guess we will never find out what was the problem between Savage and the WWE?

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Essential Seven Wrestlemania Moments

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Reviewing the Wrestlemania XXV DVD put me in a WWF nostalgia mood. I was a hardcore fan of wrestling starting in the early 80’s. I remember the excitement I had of watching my favorite stars battle it out on pay-per-view every year. So this weeks Essential Seven list is my Essential Seven Wrestlemania Moments. This list is a bit biased. I haven’t seen every Wrestlemania, but can the newer ones be as good as they were in the 80’s and 90’s? I don’t think so!

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Wrestlemania XXV DVD

I haven’t been following WWE wrestling for years (fifteen years to be exact). I didn’t realize that this is the 25th anniversary of Wrestlemania. Watching the Wrestlemania 25 DVD I was shocked at how uneventful the show was. This was a celebration of 25 years of WWE entertainment! Luckily for fans, the DVD is well produced with some good special features.

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