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Features Terry Funk vs Sabu, Tommy Dreamer and the Sandman face The Eliminators, Tajiri vs Super Crazy, Steven Richards and the Blue Meanie vs Nunzio, Tony Mamaluke, Chris Benoit vs Dean Malenko (Eddie Guerrero Tribute) and Rob Van Dam vs John Cena for WWE Championship.

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  • Actors: John Cena, Rob Van Dam, Edge, Randy Orton, Kurt Angle
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: WWE Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: July 11, 2006
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,617 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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32 of 36 people found the following review helpful By R.A. McKenzie VINE VOICE on June 12, 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Last year's ECW PPV was more of a homecoming tribute, and turned out to be an excellent event. This time, ECW is brought back with an another solid presentation, and plenty of "F-You"s for those who don't believe in it. The WWE Superstars battle the ECW Hardcore Wrestlers - Read on:

1) Tazz vs. Jerry Lawler
---This grudge match was conveniently short...about 30 seconds, I think. I'm not incredibly upset about this one, because I can't say it's a bad match. I can't really say it's a "match" at all. Enough said.
"No Grade"

2) Randy Orton vs. Kurt Angle
---Angle is the perfect catalyst to launch ECW's division of technical wrestlers. And Randy Orton, in my opinion, is one hell of a superstar. Unfortunately, this one starts off a little slow and doesn't really pick up until the end. I think it's because Orton has ring rust, and the Hammerstein Ballroom crowd clearly thinks so. This isn't a bad match, but if Kurt Angle wants to give ECW a new face, he's gonna require more suitable competition.
"6.0 out of 10"

3) Little Guido & Tony Mamaluke vs. Super Crazy & Tajiri
---Now this is an ECW match that gives fans warm nostalgia, and will educate the newcomers. This type of high-flying, hard-hitting contest is what gave ECW its reputation. It's a good clean fight with some wicked spots that WWE rarely shows. A very good Tag Team match!
"7.5 out of 10"

4) World Heavyweight Championship
Sabu vs. Rey Mysterio (champion)
---I had my doubts about this one because Sabu's body has been beaten beyond description, plus I'm sure he has the all-time record for botches. Boy, was I wrong! This match is excellent! You want fast-paced action...check. You want tables broken...check.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on August 3, 2006
Format: DVD

The previous year about about a reunion, this year was about establishing the third WWE brand. You saw elements & some talents from the original ECW mixed in with new elements in what was titled "A New Breed Unleashed" as there were some established WWE superstars who were aligned with ECW as well. All the matches were held under "Extreme Rules" (the new name given to a no rules hardcore match) with Paul Heyman opening the show & Joey Styles doing the commentary to later be joined by Tazz while special appearances from ECW's Sandman, RAW's Eugene & SmackDown's J.B.L. were made throughout the night. Also as a bonus along with this event is WWE's release of the original ECW's first PPV event in Barely Legal. Now there are some differences between this & the Pioneer Home Video version in that all the backstage interviews are on here, Shane Douglas' speech is unedited, all non-WWE owned ECW music is removed (no "Enter Sandman"), and some of Joey Styles' commentary is redone.

Tazz vs. Jerry Lawler - Nothing much here past it being Tazz's last official match & Jerry "Extremely Crappy Wrestling" Lawler paying for his constant taunting of Joey Styles.

Kurt Angle vs. Randy Orton - Orton kept going to the outside whenever Angle started to have an the advantage as he was dominate with takedowns & taunts like slapping him across the head while he had him down to the point where Angle even offered his head for Orton to headlock before Orton was finally able to get some momentum due to a mistiming by Kurt leading to a series of countering holds between the two along with exchanging uppercuts.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Scotty M. on February 9, 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
With One Night Stand '05 turning out to be an awesome event, WWE decided to bring back ECW to the Hammerstein Ballroom and ONS '06 turned out to be just as huge & great as ONS '05 was. From this event you will see 2 World title defenses, an extreme rules match, and lots of great ECW wrestling. Also, this is probably one of the loudest and most out-spoked crowds you will probably ever see in the WWE in a very long time. They were so energetic throughout every match.

Jerry "The King" Lawler vs. Tazz
Very short contest here. Lawler would slap Joey Styles during his entrance. Then afterwards with a distraction from Styles, Tazz locks in the Taz-Mission and gets the quick chokeout victory over the King. A good way to start off the show. 2/5

Kurt Angle vs. Randy Orton
For the first half of the match, it was nothing but pure wrestling dominance from Angle. It started to pick during the second half of the match. Both Angle and Orton managed to wrestle a very good match in such a hostile environment. I really enjoyed this match. Great wrestling all the way through. Just a great competitive match up right here. 5/5

F.B.I. vs. Tajiri & Super Crazy
Tremedous tag team match. Tajiri being out from WWE for about 2 years looked like he never missed a step. A lot of action with some good wrestling made this match. Awesome bout from these four. 5/5

World Heavyweight Championship
Rey Mysterio vs. Sabu
This was an extreme rules match too. And I think this was Mysterio's best title defense from the time he was World champion. Some good high flying spots with a table crash here and there. A very good match but the ending is was murdered the overall match. 4.5/5

Extreme Rules Match
Mick Foley, Edge, & Lita vs.
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ecw one night stand2006 dvd
Don't know about bonus classic PPV's with the originals but I know that with the Vengenace DVD, they have a bonus disc full of DX stuff. And I think (I don't know because I didn't see it) that on the G.A.B. DVD from last year, they threw in the Sting vs. Flair match from the Bash in 1990
Jul 26, 2006 by D.P. |  See all 2 posts
Barely Legal - ECW, or WWECW
I didn't buy the DVD because I ordered ONS on PPV & taped it for myself but I know for a fact that the Barely Legal DVD only has the ECW original themes that WWE owns (no "Enter Sandman") but I don't know if WWE used their themes for wrestlers (ala RVD).
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