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DVD Review: AJ Styles: Most Phenomenal Matches – WWE

Most Phenomenal Matches is the perfect snapshot of AJ Styles' WWE run to date, and the best WWE DVD on a full-time performer in ages. It's Phenomenal!

DVD Preview: AJ Styles: Most Phenomenal Matches – WWE

A three-disc collection of AJ Styles’ greatest matches in WWE! Featuring epic battles against John Cena, Brock Lesnar, Chris Jericho, Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose, and Shinsuke Nakamura!

DVD Review: WWE Royal Rumble 2012

Royal Rumble 2012 is a somewhat underwhelming card, especially given the high stakes of this annual tradition. So, while you’ll definitely find some moments to enjoy from watching the show, I wouldn’t suggest that you should go out of your way to see it.

DVD Review: WWE Elimination Chamber 2012

Elimination Chamber 2012 is not poor from an in-ring standpoint, for the three major matches anyway. But if you chose to skip it/not watch it, you’re not really missing anything.

DVD Review: WWE Extreme Rules 2012

The finish of the last match aside, Extreme Rules 2012 is a great show on the whole, and is well worth checking out on DVD.

DVD Review: WWE Over The Limit 2012

Ignoring the main event, Over The Limit 2012 is really good, and Punk-Bryan is a must-watch. Cena-Laurinaitis drags things down, though, meaning that by watching this DVD, you will see the very best and the very worst of WWE from that era.

DVD Review: Kurt Angle – The Essential Collection – WWE

Even without a couple of notable bouts (which admittedly prevent this reaching the level of perfection), this is a must-own for new and old fans alike. Oh it's true, it's damn true!

DVD Preview: Kurt Angle – The Essential Collection – WWE

Kurt Angle has had some of the most epic matches in WWE history. Now for the first time ever, you can watch them all with Kurt Angle: The Essential Collection! Relive all of his rivalries with Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, John Cena, Edge, Shawn Michaels, Triple H and more in this complete collection.

DVD Review: Fight Owens Fight – The Kevin Owens Story –...

Fight Owens Fight opens with a documentary covering Kevin's life and times, from his extensive time spent on the indies to his NXT/WWE arrival to his key moments and matches since then.

DVD Preview: Fight Owens Fight – The Kevin Owens Story –...

Hear from “The Prizefighter” himself as he talks about his career on the independent scene, getting to NXT, and his road to becoming the WWE Universal Champion. Welcome to The Kevin Owens Show!

DVD Review: WWE Payback 2013

Despite a familiar line-up and the feelings of relative staleness due to the end of WrestleMania Season, Payback 2013 is surprisingly a great show to watch, and therefore the DVD should provide you with plenty of entertainment.

DVD Review: WWE Tagged Classics: Austin 3:16 Uncensored, Three Faces Of...

Overall, this four-part Tagged Classic is a great trek through the Attitude Era, and at times a fascinating glimpse into how much the WWF/WWE, and their home video/DVD releases, have changed since 1998-2000. If you loved the Attitude Era, you'll really enjoy this two-disc set.

DVD Review: John Morrison: Rock Star – WWE

This is an excellent wrestling DVD that provides a nice look back at a great time for wrestling action on SmackDown, and a look at someone who seemed destined to achieve great things.

DVD Review: WWE: Superstar Collection – Daniel Bryan

Hopefully, we'll get a UK release of the other Superstar Collections (amongst them the spotlights on Shawn Michaels, Kofi Kingston and Zack Ryder), but for now any of these will be a nice way to fill time on your next Bank Holiday Monday.

DVD Review: WWE: Superstar Collection – Sheamus

This is a good recap of (most of) the key moments from Sheamus' early years, and a reminder that he was a genuinely important and appreciated part of WWE before his career was reduced to battling off chants of "You look stupid!"

DVD Review: WWE: Superstar Collection – John Cena

John Cena fans will enjoy this short tribute to the top WWE star of the last decade-and-a-bit, but with only four matches, none of which are Match Of The Year contenders, it's not a must-own by any means.

DVD Review: WWE Live In The UK: November 2014

This is worth owning for the Ziggler/Cesaro/Kidd match alone. That is the best match held on any of the UK tapings in recent years, probably since the John Cena-Shawn Michaels clinic from 2007. The rest of the content is less vital, but as an overall package, it's still a pretty decent set to have.

DVD Review: WWE Live In The UK: April 2010

I wouldn't suggest that you should go out and buy this DVD, but I would say that you'll probably enjoy this DVD more than the previous LITUK release, even if the ratings are the same.

DVD Review: WWE Live In The UK: November 2009

Only get this DVD if you see it for a low price on eBay, but it might actually be worth watching to relive a time when the landscape of WWE was a lot less interesting than it is now, even if we're hardly in a vintage era as we speak.

DVD Review: WWE Live In The UK: November 2008

This is by far the strongest of the initial Live In The UK DVDs, and possibly the strongest of the entire series. No doubt these episodes will end up on the Network, but while you wait for this development, I would definitely recommend getting this DVD.