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TNA Wrestling: Destination X 2007

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On Sunday March 11 2007 Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Wrestling presented the Destination X epic event live and exclusively on Pay-Per-View. That night TNA unveiled the newest innovation in professional wrestling the evolution of the dangerous scaffold match in the form of Elevation X . The event also saw Christian Cage defend the NWA World Heavyweight Title against Samoa Joe the first-ever collision between TNA juggernauts Kurt Angle and Scott Steiner plus the Last Rites showdown between Sting and Abyss! This TNA Home Video release contains the Destination X Pay-Per-View in its entirety as well as two bonus matches! The full lineup for the DVD is below:NWA WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE MATCH: Christian Cage vs. Samoa JoeELEVATION X MATCH: Rhino vs. AJ StylesLAST RITES MATCH: Sting vs. AbyssGRUDGE MATCH: Kurt Angle vs. Scott SteinerX DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH: Chris Sabin vs. Jerry LynnGHETTO BRAWL MATCH: The Latin American Xchange vs. Team 3DBonus Match: Gauntlet For The Gold from iMACPT!" where Samoa Joe earns his shot at the World TitleFive-way Ladder Match from iMACPT!" for the number-one contender status to the X ChampionshipRuntime: 570 minutesFormat: DVD MOVIE Genre: SPORTS/GAMES UPC: 853877001447

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Product Details

  • Actors: Scott Steiner, Kurt Angle, Sting, The Phenomenal AJ Styles, Christian Cage
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: BCI
  • DVD Release Date: June 19, 2007
  • Run Time: 210 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000PKG6SA
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #80,354 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Scotty M. on July 30, 2008
Destination X was a great ppv in 2007 from TNA. Most of all the matches are great and they all are pretty watchable. This ppv also ended the Sting and Abyss rivalry which took place in a brutal Last Rite's Match. Nearly a 5 Star ppv.

1. Ghetto Street Brawl
Latin American Xchange vs. Team 3D
Pheonomenal opener but I didn't understand why the titles weren't on the line here, but a surperb opening nevertheless. The teams fought all over the building, Team 3D even let some fans get some shots in on LAX. It turned out into an all out riot towards the end of the match with like 20 guys coming out and just fighting the holy hell out of each other. Great opening. Great hardcore action here. Shelly interfers and screws Team 3D. 4.5/5

2. Mixed Tag Team Bull Rope Match
James Storm & Miss Jackie vs. Petey Williams & Gail Kim
This bull rope match was quite interesting. Storm & Jackie gets some cheat shots in the beginning but soon after the tables are turned into Williams & Kim favor. Some pretty good comedic spots as well. The knockouts really dishes out some punishment to each other in this match, I really enjoyed watching this one. 3.5/5

3. Crossface Chicken Wing Match
Austin Starr vs. Senshi
Decent match here but you already know how the match was going to end, you had to win with Backlund's Crossface Chicken Wing in order to win which really didnt gave the the match any suspense but it was sill a pretty good x-division match up. 3.5/5

4. Voodo Kin Mafia vs. The Heartbreakers w/ Christy Hemme
Before the match started, VKM & Christy had a little comedic skit before the match which was a little funny, the BINGO thing was kind of stupid but the match wasn't all that bad. VKM really made this match.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on October 3, 2007
Ghetto Brawl: Team 3D vs. L.A.X. - This was your typical TNA weapons brawl that went all over the arena filled with trashcans, cookie trays, and everything except the kitchen sink. It was spiced up with some cameos from former LAX member Machete, Johnny Rotz, Alex Shelley, along with large group of both "Latino nation" members & "Devon's brothers from Brooklyn." Overall, it was exactly what the match title is...a brawl & it was enjoyable. Also during this match, listen for Don West's line of "The only person we're missing is Pacman Jones." How ironic is that line months later?

Double Bullrope Match: Petey Williams & Gail Kim vs. James Storm & Jackie Moore - Thankfully, they didn't use the "touch four (or in this case, six) turnbuckles" rule that usually makes bullrope/strap matches horrible. The girls were just outside for the most part beating the hell out of each other with Gail having Jackie tied to the post & chopping the hell out of him while Storm & Williams fought in the ring. One comedic moment to look out for was when Storm tied Williams' feet to the rope & went for a pinfall but the ref wouldn't count it because...well, his feet were on the ropes. The match was enjoyable for what it was.

Crossface Chicken Wing Match: Senshi vs. Austin Starr - Another good encounter here as Senshi & Starr both work groundbased wrestling instead of the highspots style so it was a good clash. Bob Backlund's is around during the match but he doesn't distract from the match. The only downfall I could see is that you know how the match is going to end, again...it's a good encounter & showcasing of the X division.

VKM vs. Heartbreakers - The match was just like the prematch promo & entire fued with Christy Hemme, it was a crap. Skip it.
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By A. Pierre on August 8, 2007
This dvd had an amazing main event, Cage VS Joe but the rest of the PPV was alright. Sting VS Abyss was probably the second best match on the card but the ending was a bit of a stretch. I think scaffold matches are boring, so Rhino VS Styles really wasnt all that great for me. Angle and Steiner is an average match that could have been seen in WWE a few years back, expect for the six sided ring. Ghetto Brawl was a going alright until the end when all the "gang" members entered and started to brawl. The bonus matches are great too.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Marctwang on July 1, 2007
Ive seen every TNA Pay Per Views, and this is one of my favorites. The card didnt seem too strong, but as usual TNA surprises and delivers. I used to be a long time WWE and TNA fan, but after this PPV put the final nail in WWE's coffin, I will never again buy a WWE PPV as they have all been disappointing lately. Any company that tries to push a douche, like John Cena, and ruins what ECW once used to be, needs, and already is, slowly being put to rest. Its sad cause Ive been watching WWE since 1988, but they've gone downhill more then ever, and its time for their legacy to die.

X DIVISION MATCH: Senshi vs. Austin Starr (9 out of 10)
I was not surprised at how good this match was, two amazing, former ROH wrestlers in a classic X Division match.

GHETTO BRAWL MATCH: The Latin American Xchange vs. Team 3D
(7.5 out of 10)
This match was pretty good, I dont normally like brawl style matches. But these guys are the best brawlers out there, so it was alright.

X DIVISION CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH: Chris Sabin vs. Jerry Lynn (8 out of 10)
Lynn has finally shaken off the ring rust from being out of the game for so long, and was able to put on a good show with Sabin.

GRUDGE MATCH: Kurt Angle vs. Scott Steiner (8.5 out of 10)
WOW! I was very surprised with this one. Ive always thought Steiner was very boring, but he and Angle really put on a show. Steiner is on his second run in TNA and has been very impressive since his return. This is the first of Steiners matches, where I was actually disappointed that it ended too early, and that is the only flaw in this match. I would have rated it higher if it was just a bit longer.

LAST RITES MATCH: Sting vs. Abyss (8.5 out of 10)
Excellent match, would be a 9.
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