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DVD Review: Diamond Dallas Page: Positively Living – WWE

f you still find yourself gesturing for the Diamond Cutter today and you're ready to "Feel The Bang", I strongly recommend this DVD for you. Besides, if you watch it, it's not a bad thing, it's a good thing!

DVD Preview: Diamond Dallas Page: Positively Living – WWE

For the first time ever, hear from “The Master Of The Diamond Cutter” himself as he talks about his historic career, as he rose to the top of the industry becoming a major player in both WCW and WWE.

DVD Review: WWE Survivor Series 2014

I'd recommend that you watch the opening bout and then skip ahead to the headline attraction. If the main event hadn't been so epic, the rating below would have been a lot lower.

DVD Review: The Best Of WCW Clash Of The Champions –...

It isn't the best by any means, due to the quality drop-off on discs two and three, but there's plenty to savour for longtime fans, and it completes the WCW set, so to speak, if you already own the Best-Of compilations for Monday Nitro and Starrcade.

DVD Review: United We Slam: The Best Of The Great American...

If you're a longtime fan, you'll probably enjoy this DVD, and if nothing else, you'll get a chuckle from the random yet endearing comments made throughout by the late, great American Dream.

DVD Review: WCW’s Greatest Pay-Per-View Matches – Vol. 1 – WWE

This is a great introduction to WCW for newer fans and a fun trip down memory lane for longtime followers, and a nice reminder that there was far more to the history of WCW than Nitro, The Monday Night War and the weekly adventures of the nWo.

DVD Review: The U.S. Championship – A Legacy Of Greatness –...

Overall, I would suggest that casual fans probably won't consider this to be a great three-disc set. Hopefully, its legacy will reach new heights in the years to come, but with this run-down of its legacy so far, die-hard fans and collectors are most likely to look at buying and enjoying this DVD.

DVD Review: WWE WrestleMania 32

For the thirty-second time, WWE presented WrestleMania on April 3 2016 from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, and this would be the most attended WWE show of all-time with an announced attendance of 101,763.

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 Night Of Champions 2015

Night Of Champions 2015 is definitely not a bad event, but while the final three matches are worth watching, the card as a whole still feels like a B-show. Nevertheless, if you decide to relive this show on DVD, you should find it to be an entertaining viewing.

DVD Review: The Best Of Sting – WWE

This DVD would have been better presented as Sting: Rare Gems, with the famous three matches taken out and released in about three years time, allowing for the true best-of Sting for the Vigilante.

DVD Review: Nature Boy Ric Flair: The Definitive Collection – WWE

If you're a Flair fan, you'll love this DVD. But even if you're not a Flair fan but you are a wrestling fan, you'll still enjoy this release and realise why, despite the criticisms and his shortcomings, Ric Flair at one point truly was, and to some will always be remembered as being, The Man.

DVD Review: WWE WrestleMania 31

Overall, this is an extremely fun and enjoyable wrestling DVD set. With a great WrestleMania and a memorable Hall Of Fame event, you can't really go wrong. It may have been slightly overrated at the time, but this year's WrestleMania weekend proves to be a series of shows that you simply must have in your collection.

DVD Review: The History Of The World Heavyweight Championship, WWE

You should enjoy this DVD, but it isn't quite a true recap of the history of the World Heavyweight Championship.

DVD Review: Goldberg: The Ultimate Collection – WWE

This compilation certainly provides all the evidence one needs to understand why Goldberg became such a huge star in the late 1990s. The lack of a documentary is the biggest flaw; otherwise, it is as strong a DVD as could be expected on Da Man, GOLLLDBERRRG!