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Is this a collection full of classic matches? Absolutely not. But is this a really enjoyable, suitably-nostalgic and overall thoroughly entertaining look through the vaults of one of the greatest wrestlers of all-time? Ooooh, yeah!
Randy Savage Unreleased is the perfect introduction to one of the most important, endlessly charismatic figures in the history of sports-entertainment!
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.
Overall, then, it's a fun set which will definitely be worth adding as part of your viewing schedule prior to the next Royal Rumble match, which comes towards the end of next month. Just don't expect to learn the "True Story" of what is WWE's most anticipated annual match.
For new and longtime fans alike, this DVD and Blu-ray set is a fascinating and important look at one of sports-entertainment’s greatest ever stories!
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.
If you loved the Attitude Era, or if you're keen to get an insight into how popular the big names of the era were, and if you're interested in watching some rare gems, then you'll get a kick out of this third Attitude Era compilation.
I thought that this was a fun DVD to watch, but I'd recommend you watch it in parts, between the weekly television shows or even between watching other DVDs, and you will probably appreciate it more. Had it been reduced by a disc and if some of the filler had been taken out, the rating below would have been higher.