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WWE SmackDown 20th Anniversary DVD Review

WWE SmackDown 20th Anniversary is an enjoyable trip down memory lane, and almost every truly landmark event is covered at some point.

WWE The Best Of Raw & SmackDown 2018 DVD Review

Overall, this is a strong DVD showing, as is often the case for The Best Of Raw & SmackDown.

DVD Review: The Best Of Raw & SmackDown 2017 – WWE

If you want to relive one of the more underrated, crazy, eventful, unpredictable and exciting years in recent WWE history, this DVD is a great way to do so. It's far from a complete round-up, but it's still a lot of fun.

DVD Preview: The Best Of Raw & SmackDown 2017 – WWE

The Best Of Raw & SmackDown 2017 charts some incredible storylines, including the reuniting of The Shield!

DVD Review: The Best Of Raw & SmackDown 2016 – WWE

2016 was an important year in WWE history, and whilst that doesn't necessarily mean that it was the best year to date in WWE, all of the best matches and moments from Raw and SmackDown can be found in this collection.

DVD Preview: The Best Of Raw & SmackDown 2016 – WWE

Experience the New Era of WWE and recall every shocking development, every major match, and every key moment that made 2016 an incredible year for WWE.

DVD Review: WWE TLC 2016

TLC 2016 rounded off the Pay-Per-View year on the SmackDown side, a year where the blue brand has completed a remarkable comeback from being an almost ignored show to WWE's most entertaining and logical weekly programme.

DVD Preview: WWE TLC 2016

With tables, ladders, and chairs surrounding the ring and the WWE World Championship suspended high above, AJ Styles heads into his first TLC match defending the title against "The Lunatic Fringe" Dean Ambrose.

DVD Review: WWE Survivor Series 2016

Assuming you can take the show and just enjoy it for what it is, then this is a WWE DVD that you will probably want to own.

Game Review: WWF SmackDown!

If you decided to go for SmackDown!, you probably would have had, and still today probably would have, a whale of a time.

Game Review: WWF SmackDown! 2: Know Your Role

Had the near-perfect No Mercy not been released around the same time, this would be even more fondly remembered but, even when you take this into account, Know Your Role was great, and still marked one of the high points of WWF/WWE wrestling games.

Game Review: WWF SmackDown! Just Bring It

Just like the 2001-era WWF in comparison to today's WWE, some fans would much rather have Just Bring It than the modern-day 2K titles. Still, within the series as a whole, Just Bring It comes in somewhere near the bottom.

Game Review: WWE SmackDown! Shut Your Mouth

After three SmackDown! games which had positives but also a fair number of negatives, the fourth title in the series was the first to bring everything together. Every area that had been lacking was addressed, whilst the elements which had been lauded by fans remained in place, resulting in one hell of a wrestling game.

DVD Preview: WWE Survivor Series 2016

After 12 years in exile from sports-entertainment, Goldberg brings devastation back to the WWE ring for the long-awaited rematch against “The Beast Incarnate” Brock Lesnar. On the 30th anniversary of Survivor Series, fantasy warfare just got real!

Game Review: WWE SmackDown! Here Comes The Pain

Here Comes The Pain is amongst the elite of wrestling games, and if you don't believe me, get playing it on your PlayStation 2 and you'll soon find yourself realising why Here Comes The Pain is one of the greatest wrestling games, if not the greatest wrestling game, ever made.

Game Review: WWE SmackDown! vs. Raw

Has any wrestling game had a tougher act to follow than SmackDown! vs. Raw? SmackDown! Here Comes The Pain was such an outstanding game from top to bottom that nothing less than absolute perfection would have been considered an acceptable sequel.

DVD Review: John Cena: Word Life – WWE

If you want to relive a time when Cena had a cool and relatable gimmick, you may wish to watch this DVD, but it is definitely far from a classic release from the Ruthless Aggression era.

DVD Review: The Best Of Raw & SmackDown 2015 – WWE

The bloated nature of Raw, the insignificance of SmackDown and the general apathy towards storylines and featured performers can blind one to the fact that there was a lot of really good content on both shows during 2015. This compilation acts as strong evidence.

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: 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.