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Wrestling Review: WWE Raw, May 13 2019

Overall, WWE Raw was a pretty good show.

DVD Review: WWE Double Feature: Extreme Rules 2017 & Money In...

Extreme Rules 2017 has several matches of a high quality (and one match which is poorly booked, to be fair), whereas Money In The Bank 2017 has few notable moments from an in-ring standpoint, and generally feels second-rate.

DVD Preview: WWE WrestleMania 33

Welcome to WrestleMania, “The Ultimate Thrill Ride”! Brace yourself for incredible twists, unexpected turns, and unbelievable excitement! “The Beast Incarnate” Brock Lesnar challenges Goldberg for his Universal Championship – the richest prize on Raw.

DVD Review: WWE Double Feature: Elimination Chamber 2017 & Fast Lane...

WWE are now releasing solo-brand DVDs as part of a twin-disc set, which makes a lot of sense given that we now receive approximately two supershows per month, between the biggies like WrestleMania and SummerSlam.

DVD Preview: WWE Double Feature: Elimination Chamber 2017 & Fast Lane...

Featuring not one but two Pay-Per-View events from the Road to WrestleMania, WWE Home Video presents over 6 hours of WWE action, Elimination Chamber 2017 and Fast Lane 2017 Double Feature!

DVD Review: WWE Royal Rumble 2014

Although fans have fond memories of Royal Rumble, the 2014 event was not warmly-received, with one match completely panned by the Pittsburgh crowd and the finish to the main Rumble bout widely criticised, particularly by the live audience. If nothing else, though, it makes for an intriguing DVD to watch!

DVD Review: WWE Payback 2014

Payback 2014 compensates for the lack of a World Title match, due to the injuries suffered by WWE Champion Daniel Bryan, with a memorable double main event and some gems further down the card.

DVD Review: WWE TLC 2014

Whilst it's by no means a five-star event, TLC is one of the better shows held on Pay-Per-View in 2014, and so this DVD is a decent way to close out an unforgettable year in the wacky world of WWE.

DVD Review: WWE Best Pay-Per-View Matches 2014

Despite the longer running time, it's probably the weakest entry so far, but it is still a very entertaining round-up of a memorable year for WWE nonetheless.

DVD Review: WWE Live In The UK: May 2014

This is a very entertaining two-disc set with a number of highlights. The matches are good at best, but there's a couple of bouts that are worth watching. So don't expect a lot of great bouts, but you can expect to be thoroughly entertained.