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Wrestling Review: WWF SummerSlam 1999 feat. Stone Cold Steve Austin vs....

WWF SummerSlam 1999 is your typical B-level Attitude Era PPV, with the problem being that this was an A-level show.

Wrestling Review: WWE SummerSlam 2006 feat. John Cena vs. Edge

WWE SummerSlam 2006 is as jam-packed with star power as you would find from any card not named WrestleMania.

Wrestling Review: WWF SummerSlam 1997 feat. The Undertaker vs. Bret Hart

I strongly recommend that you watch WWF SummerSlam 1997, and in particular the Mankind-Hunter, Owen-Austin and Undertaker-Bret matches.

Wrestling Review: WWF In Your House: Canadian Stampede 1997

It's worth checking out the whole WWF Canadian Stampede card, because it really is awesome and worthy of its status as an all-time great PPV show.

Wrestling Review: WWF King Of The Ring 1998

You simply must watch WWF King Of The Ring 1998 to experience one of the most unforgettable matches in wrestling history.

Wrestling Review: WWE Raw, May 20 2019

I enjoyed this episode of WWE Raw.

Wrestling Review: WWE WrestleMania 22

WWE WrestleMania 22 was a very enjoyable show, with a good mixture of everything that a wrestling fan would want to see at WrestleMania.

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.

DVD Preview: 1997: Dawn Of The Attitude – WWE

For the first time ever, Shawn Michaels, Mick Foley, Ron Simmons, The Godfather and Kane sit together with host Renee Young and share their behind-the-scenes experiences during 1997 – one of the most unforgettable and influential years in WWE history.

DVD Review: For All Mankind – The Life & Career Of...

It's hard to believe prior to the release of For All Mankind that Mick Foley had never enjoyed a complete career retrospective DVD documentary. We'd had one-hour docs which showcased aspects of Foley's life and times, but never one which took us from the very beginning and through all the peaks and valleys of Foley's career.