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Wrestling Review: WWF Superstars, November 21 1992

If you were planning on watching Survivor Series, you simply had to watch this episode of Superstars.

DVD Review: WWE Super Show-Down 2018

WWE Super Show-Down is a decent event, and a nice way to pass the time with some noteworthy matches and moments, but I wouldn't describe it as must-see.

DVD Preview: WWE Super Show-Down 2018

WWE Super Show-Down is one of the biggest sports-entertainment events of the year!

DVD Review: Shawn Michaels: The Showstopper Unreleased – WWE

Any fan of Shawn Michaels should pick up The Showstopper Unreleased today.

DVD Preview: Shawn Michaels: The Showstopper Unreleased – WWE

The Showstopper Unreleased isn’t just a history lesson, but also an introduction to the legendary career of Shawn Michaels himself!

DVD Review: 30 Years Of SummerSlam – WWE

Every match is either great, historic or both, and it covers every era in the event's history, as well as featuring all of the company's top names.

DVD Preview: 30 Years Of SummerSlam – WWE

30 Years Of SummerSlam is a sizzler – too hot to miss!

DVD Review: 30 Years Of Survivor Series – WWE

Survivor Series is the second longest-running Pay-Per-View event in WWE history, behind only WrestleMania. It was there when Hulkamania was running wild, when Attitude was all the rage, and when John Cena and Batista were establishing themselves as the leaders of the Ruthless Aggression era.

DVD Preview: 30 Years Of Survivor Series – WWE

On Thanksgiving Day thirty years ago, WWE's second pay-per-view event was born with a new twist. In the early days, teams of five strived to survive. Over the course of the next three decades, Survivor Series evolved into one of the greatest spectacles on the WWE calendar, where championship matches, iconic face-offs and unforgettable moments take place.

DVD Review: 1997: Dawn Of The Attitude – WWE

When analysing the history of WWE, previously the WWF (and the WWWF before that), a pivotal year is 1997. A revolution was happening on-screen, and years of promoting wrestling to please the kids and bringing the families was being slowly replaced by a rebellious product which focused on entertainment via strong language, sexuality, bloody violence and more mature themes to the storylines.

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