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WWE Royal Rumble 2007

4.6 out of 5 stars 65 customer reviews

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(Sports) The road to WrestleMania 23 begins at the Royal Rumble, where 30 men compete for a shot at WrestleMania’s main event. Superstars from Raw, Smackdown, and ECW compete in one of the most popular events of the year. Starring John Cena, King Booker, Big Show, Edge, Undertaker, Rob Van Dam, Triple H, Batista, CM Punk, Shawn Michaels, Chris Benoit, Test, Randy Orton, Mr. Kennedy, Sabu, Carlito, Lashley, Sandman, Matt Hardy, Jeff Hardy, Johnny Nitro, and more.

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  • Actors: John Cena, Umaga, Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Rob Van Dam
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: World Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: February 27, 2007
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000KHX71W
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #103,841 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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In his entire career before this event Undertaker had never won a royal rumble, but now he can finally join the illustrious list of rumble winners as well as one of the few who went on to Wrestlemania and win the world title. The rest of the card was stacked as well, all three titles that were on the line were retained by their own champions, including a wild brawl between Cena and Umaga...

MNM vs. The Hardy Boys:

Great way to start off the show. I am sorry to hear about Mercury being let go, because matches like these prove why tag team wrestling is the best form of wrestling ever! This match was very fast paced, back and forth action and a lot of tagging in and out. Jeff Hardy is his usual self of unpredictable high flying moves, and yes Melina is still as hot as ever! In the end the Hardy Boys win. 8/10

ECW World Heavyweight Championship

Bobby Lashley [Champion] vs. Test:

I dont know if it was because these two fought three times in two weeks, but this match was just horrible. I never liked Test and Bobby Lashley is still a little too new to be made a champion. This is the match that many people left to go to the bathroom, including me. Bobby Lashley wins, big surprise. 5/10

World Heavyweight Championship

Batista [Champion] vs. Ken Kennedy:

I am glad Kennedy won the Money in the Bank ladder match and he will be champion sometime this year, but this match was just bad too, mostly because of Batista. The crowd was actually solidly behind Kennedy in this one, and Batista just pretty much got owned by Kennedy and his submission skills. Near the end Batista does a Hulk Hogan version of "Hulking Up" and gets the win for the cheap ending.
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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.
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I have been a wrestling fan since 1996 and have watched all kinds of wrestling. I have a wrestling DVD/VHS collection spanning over 50 all together. This is the most complete and accurate review of this DVD you will find. I hope you find this review helpful; remember to vote helpful or not helpful. (Note-Each DVD I review has a "Match of the DVD" award somewhere in it.)

WWE Royal Rumble 2008
The Royal Rumble was not the best way to start the year, but it did have its high points. This is the 20th anniversary of the Royal Rumble. If you are looking for a good Royal Rumble event, this is not the one to choose. The extras are a match and segment from the following Raw. The only other extra is a extremely short interview with Undertaker after the Royal Rumble.

Hardy Boyz VS MNM
I am sure this is a dream match in everyone's mind. This match is not the dream match we all expected though. We get a standard tag match with some good match and worth action. MNM controls most of the match. This is your customary opener.
RATING- 7.5/10

ECW Championship
Bobby Lashley(c) VS Test
Lashley was never much of a champion. This match enforces that. The match goes back and forth for a few minutes. The match is not too bad, but the ending lowers this match down in its rating.
RATING- 5/10

World Heavyweight Championship
Batista(c) VS Mr. Kennedy
Batista/Kennedy is a much better title bout than the pervious one. Batista has his leg rammed into the steel steps. Kennedy focuses on the leg of Batista for the rest of the match. The winner is predictable though, and that hurts the match.
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MNM v. The Hardy Boyz-- I was mildly dissapointed in this. It did what it was supposed to in terms of getting the crowd going, but seemed stuck in second gear, which is surprising seeing as these guys all seem to have great chemistry with each other. This is certainly a solid little offering but don't expect your doors to get blown off. **

ECW World Championship

Lashley v. Test-- Yikes this may beat out HHH-Steiner a few years ago for the worst Rumble title match in history. If not, it's close. Absolutely heat-less match with one of the most indescribable endings i've ever seen in a title match. Almost worth it to watch just for it's awful-ness. DUD

World Heavyweight Championship

Batista v. Mr. Kennedy-- A lot better than I expected but still not outstanding. Kennedy's the new 'net-cadet flavor of the week, so the reaction to this match was a little over the top at first. Kennedy sells his back side off for Batista but doesn't get much in return. All the arm work in the world and then a Batista bomb at the end was a little off, but at least they pulled off Kennedy being a consistent thorn in the champion's side. Again, this is certainly solid, but not all that wonderful. **1/2

WWE Championship-- Last Man Standing

John Cena v. Umaga-- Flat out, this is probably the best World title match the WWE's put out at least since Eddie-JBL at JD '04 if not since the Benoit-Angle match at Royal Rumble 2003. This was absolutely outstanding in every way. Both men really carried the load well. The violence escalates gradually with Umaga getting more wild and wreckless as his frustration mounts at not being able to put Cena away. Cena gets lucky and manages to almost kill the challenger to beat him.
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