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  • Acteurs : Shawn Michaels, The Rock, Ken Shamrock, Rodney Anoai, Mark Calaway
  • Réalisateurs : Shawn Michaels, The Rock, Ken Shamrock, Rodney Anoai, Mark Calaway
  • Format : PAL
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0), Français (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Sous-titres : Français
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Nombre de disques : 20
  • Studio : Silver Vision
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 15 octobre 2007
  • Durée : 3005 minutes
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  • ASIN: B000SSQ7OW
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Contient l'intégrale des Royal Rumble en 20 DVD, dont 5
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Description du produit

Description du produit

Ce magnifique coffret collector contient 20 DVD : - Royal Rumble 1988 à 2007 - Inclus 4 photos collector

Synopsis

Retrouvez l'anthologie complète de 20 ans de Royal Rumble. De 1987 à 2007, tous les catcheurs cultes de Royal Rumble sont présents tout au long de ces 20 DVD. 20 années de combats et de coups de théâtre insensés vous attendent !!!

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Royal Rumble (2003-2007): Best 3-out-of-5 in terms of the events. 15 juillet 2015
Par Douglas James Snyder - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I really enjoyed this volume of the Royal Rumble. Here are my thoughts of each of the Royal Rumble events:
2003) I liked the beginning match-up between Brock Lesnar & the Big Show, since it brought some bit of closure to Brock Lesnar over his title loss to Big Show at the previous years Survivor Series. I didn't like the woman's match, just a waste of time. Scott Steiner did seem to be dominant against Triple H in their World Heavyweight title match, even though I think that the DQ victory was a put down to the title, course their rematch at the next pay-per-view was just a massive disappointment. I really enjoyed the WWE title match between Kurt Angle & Chris Benoit (RIP), it just seemed to be a very good match-up between those two nearly-equaled wrestlers who became the first-ever WWE Tag-Team Champions the previous year, & there were just really impressive counters (among other things) between the two. And Benoit did deserve a standing ovation after the match from the audience for his effort. As for the Royal Rumble match, it was a really good deception at the start of the match between Shawn Michaels, Chris Jericho & Christian. I think that Brock Lesnar should have entered the match earlier instead of later on, & I also think that there should have been more confrontation between Brock Lesnar & the returning Undertaker since they had a tremendous rivalry the previous year in which they headlined two pay-per-views in a row.
2004) I somewhat liked the "fight" between Eddie Guerrero (RIP) and his nephew Chavo that did seem to be personal between the two, course Eddie would win the WWE title at the next pay-per-view which became one of the most emotional moments in WWE history. I didn't like the WWE title match between Brock Lesnar & Hardcore Holly though, since Lesnar portrayed a psychotic wrestler that was "released" the previous year even though he was doing really well as a fan favorite. But I really enjoyed the Last Man Standing match between Shawn Michaels & Triple H for the World Heavyweight Championship in which the match ended when both men couldn't get up before the count of ten after Shawn Michaels super-kicked Triple H when both men were busted open during the coarse of the match. The Royal Rumble match itself did serve as a some kind of Cinderella-story for Chris Benoit (RIP), in which Benoit would then be drafted to RAW after winning the Royal Rumble match & would then headline WrestleMania 20 in order to win the World Heavyweight title in the main-event. I also enjoyed The Undertaker's gong which distracted his half-brother Kane to be eliminated as well as the brawl between Randy Orton & Mick Foley.
2005) Not much to say about this Royal Rumble event other than saying that ending to the Royal Rumble match was a bit controversial between the future mega-stars John Cena & Batista, even though Vince McMahon did tear both his quad muscles when trying to get into the ring. I liked the ending to the Casket match between The Undertaker & Heidenreich when Kane emerged from the casket to fend-off Gene Snitsky in order for The Undertaker to defeat Heidenreich by sealing him into the casket. I also read that Randy Orton suffered a concussion during his World Heavyweight title match against Triple H. But both John Cena & Batista did went on to headline WrestleMania 21 in order to win their first WWE & World Heavyweight titles from JBL & Triple H.
2006) All I can say about this Royal Rumble event is that the match wasn't the main event, other than saying that Rey Mysterio did put up one hell of a performance in order to win the Royal Rumble for his late friend Eddie Guerrero, even though Triple H did not have a very good night when he kept being attacked by those who were wronged by him. But I do have to say that Rey Mysterio & Triple H did have a very good chemistry between the two during the match. And I also liked the WWE Championship match between John Cena & Edge as well as the part when Rey Mysterio was backstage drawing his number along with The Big Show.
2007) My favorite Royal Rumble event in terms of two matches. Though I didn't like the ECW & the World Heavyweight title matches. But the Last Man Standing match-up for the WWE Championship between John Cena & Umaga (RIP) was a thrill ride from start to finish. And in terms of the Royal Rumble match itself, I really enjoyed the ending of the match when The Undertaker came in to eliminate The Great Khali, Rated-RKO, among others until it came down to the final 2 between Shawn Michaels & The Undertaker in which they both stole the show that night.
A really good collection nonetheless to this anthology of the Royal Rumble.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 The 20th Anniversary brings grunts, groans and a little blood! 25 juin 2015
Par Joseph McDonald - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Another WWE extravaganza, the Royal Rumble has become synonymous with the Road to Wrestlemania as the winner of the Rumble gets to headline the event. This 20th Anniversary edition features The Hardys meeting MNM, Bobby Lashley defending the ECW World Championship against Test, Batista defending the World Heavyweight Championship against Mr. Kennedy, John Cena defending the WWE Championship in a Last Man Standing Match against Umaga, PLUS the 30 man, over the top rope, Battle Royal. By far, outside of seeing some of the greats and never greats in the Rumble Match, the disc is worth it for the Cena/Umaga match. Nothing like a little blood, or in this case, a lot of blood, to make a match interesting.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Not what I expected.. 6 décembre 2013
Par Kristen Zolen - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
It was what I wanted but what I got I wasn't expecting. I know I bought a used product and it says it was in very good condition and it was left at that. The sellers product description should have been a little more information on the actual condition of the product. I buy used items on here fairly often but this product was in the worst used condition I have seen. The is alot of view able damage to the outer box of the product.Which isn't really minimal its quite noticeable. And almost all of the discs are dirty with finger prints of some scratches. I know some of that is from it being used but seriously you could have taken some time to clean the discs before you sent the product. It needed to say used in good condition, but a description of the damaged and how used it was.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Exactly what I remember and more!! 30 novembre 2011
Par J. Fillmore - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
I love the 80's early 90's wrestlers so getting to see this again was a real treat. For those of you who started watching in the John Cena era may find the early years to be boring. Yes there are minor edits (wwf symbol and muting of the letter F in wwf, I also heard of some rare theme music changes but have yet to see it). Overall once you start watching the action you don't even notice theses things. Or at least I don't.

I love every thing about this box set except one thing. The box it's in. It is basically held closed by a sticker, but if you are like me and very careful it will be ok. Still would this really be a non buying point for a wwe fan? Didn't think so.

You get 20 dvds of every Rumble from 1988-2007.

If you are a life long fan of WWE you will not be disapointed of getting to relive all the glory days of people like Hogan, Savage, HBK, Ultimate Warrior, Andre and so on.
4.0 étoiles sur 5 2007 Royal Rumble 9 mars 2008
Par A. Pierre - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Hardys VS MNM: A good opener but nothing really speical. A typical match for both teams.

Bobby Lashley VS Test: Test is too much like Scott Steiner back in the dying days of WCW. Come to think of it, the WCW title didnt mean anything back then and the ECW title doesnt mean anything now either, so Test should have held the title. Lashley should have never been world champion. This match is a typical big man vs big man match for a company that doesnt exist anymore. Good thing both these wrestlers are gone from WWE.

Batista VS Ken Kennedy: I use to love Kennedy when he cut promos and yell his name out, he rarely does that anymore. Kennedy was about ready to have the world handed to him, then he got busted for steroids. Now he is just anther face on Raw. A decent match but nothing to get excited over.

John Cena VS Umaga: Love him or hate him, John Cena can wrestle an awesome hardcore match. This is one of the best matches of 2007. Cena puts on a hell of a show and so does Umaga. Highly recommend watching this match if you like hardcore wrestling.

Royal Rumble: Alot of people loved this match. I didnt think it was great expect for when it was down to 'Taker and HBK. A typical Rumble with a great ending. It did make me miss Sandman though. He was such a great talent and was never used right. I miss that guy.

Overall, a decent card. Royal Rumble has not been that great over the last few years. The only saving grace for the recent Rumble's have been awesome title matches. Cena-Umaga is well worth the price.
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