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The Lost Episodes Of The XWF (3-Disc Set)

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  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000N4I302
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #305,601 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The Lost Episodes of the XWF consists of a three DVD set with 19 matches and lots of extras. Disc One: Big Vito vs. Buff Bagwell - Marty Jannetty vs. Hail with manager "Mouth of the South" Jimmy Hart - Horace Hogan vs. Ian Harrison - "XWF Cruiserweight Championship Battle Royal" - Nasty Boys vs. Shane Twins - Curt Hennig with agent Bobby "The Brain" Heenan vs. Vampiro. Disc Two: Juventud Guerrera and Psychosis vs. Konnan and Ray Gonzalez; Simon Diamond with manager Dawn Marie vs. Jerry "The King" Lawler; Hail with manager Jimmy Hart vs. Knuckles; Johnny B. Badd vs. Norman Smiley - Shane Twins vs. The Road Warriors; Curt Hennig with agent Bobby "The Brain" Heenan vs. Buff Bagwell Disc Three: Marty Jannetty vs. Drezden - Horace Hogan vs. Josh Matthews - Shane Twins vs. South Philly Posse with manager Jasmine - A.J. Styles vs. Kid Kash (Cruiserweight Championship Match) - Vapor with manager Sonny Onoo vs. Jimmy Snuka Jr. with manager "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka - Curt Hennig and Ian Harrison vs. Buff Bagwell and Vampiro Special Bonus Match: Never Before Seen! Hulk Hogan vs. Curt Hennig with agent Bobby "The Brain" Heenan;, Special Interview: up close & personal with the one & only, the immortal Hulk Hogan; Special Behind the Scenes "The Making of the XWF;" Special Interview with music legend Willie Nelson with Hacksaw Jim Duggan; Special Guest Appearances by musical greats: Gene Simmons & Paul Stanley of Kiss and Alice Cooper; Special Appearances by the XWF CEO Rena Mero & the XWF Commissioner Rowdy Roddy Piper and much, much more!Behind The Scenes Featurette, Interviews

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2.0 out of 5 stars The Promotion That Never Was December 27, 2007
I got this as a Christmas present and I gotta say that once you get past the whole retro things of seeing the legends, Hall Of Famers, and names of the past & present...this DVD set wasn't much of anything. The DVD set was hosted by Brian Knobbs & Jimmy Hart and was 3 one hour episodes taped back in 2001 comprised of talent from other out of business federations (WCW & ECW) that WWE didn't pick up. Since these were taped for TV & they tried to cram 5-6 in each episode, the matches themselves weren't anything memorable or anything special since they all were so quick with some just being total squashes. And the commentators were Jerry Lawler & Tony Schiavone who I just thought didn't mesh well together & got annoying at times. In between segments, you got quick promos basically introducing the characters & putting over the "IN YOUR FACE!" catchphrase. The interviews with the music personalities of Willie Nelson & Kiss only lasted around a minute at the most & weren't anything past them promoting the XWF.

For those interested, here are the matches:
Big Vito vs. Buff Bagwell
Marty Jannetty vs. Hail w/Jimmy Hart
Ian Harrison vs. Horace Hogan
Crusierweight Battle Royal featuring AJ Styles, Christopher Daniels, Psychosis, Kid Kash, Juventud Guerrera, Low-Ki/Senshi
Nasty Boys vs. Shane Twins
Vampiro vs. Curt Hennig w/Bobby Heenan
Juventud & Psychosis vs. Konnan & Ray Gonzales
Jerry Lawler vs. Simon Diamond w/Dawn Marie & Johnny Swinger
Johnny B. Badd (Marc Mero) vs. Norman Smiley
Shane Twins vs. Road Warriors
Curt Hennig w/Bobby Heenan vs. Buff Bagwell
Marty Jannetty vs. Drezen
Horace Hogan vs. Josh Matthews
Shane Twins vs. South Philly Posse (Public Enemy) w/Jasmine St. Clare
AJ Styles vs.
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3.0 out of 5 stars For a good price it's not bad January 1, 2013
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This is a 3-disc set of the first 3 episodes of the defunct XWF. Each disc has a 45-minute episode and a little behind the scenes video (6 mins). The shows had some top talent but also had a small amount of guys who became bigger stars like AJ Styles & Chris Daniels. It's honestly not bad to watch, it was just interesting to see all these differing personalities from WWE, WCW, ECW, and later TNA come together and make a show. All-together it's about 3 hours (1 hour per disc) it's not bad as long as you get it for a good price.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not at all what it seems to imply November 8, 2011
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This 3 disc set has maybe 15 minutes of Hulk Hogan.

False advertising aside, it has some interesting matches and really captures the time period well. A lot of good workers were relegated to dead end projects like this because WCW had been shut down. So while it is interesting to a person who loves wrestling history and enjoyed WCW or currently enjoys TNA, it would be worthless to the common wrestling fan. No great matches, no great promo's, and the one Hogan match included is also on the third Hogan DVD set WWE put out.

So I wouldn't suggest any but the most hardcore fans and completists to buy this.
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1.0 out of 5 stars No wonder why its lost August 29, 2007
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Hulk Hogan has nothing to do with this company. He wrestles a terrible match against Curt Henning that should have stayed buried. He cuts a few promos here and there but its nothing that is overly exciting. After watching this dvd its no wonder why this company didnt last very long. Of course, Tony Schiavone is the worst wrestling commentator that has ever walked this earth. I dont know why Jerry Lawler agreed to such a crappy company. While Knobbs, Hart, and Valentine had a great reason to open XPW, it didnt work out as they hoped. XPW would close and anther company would move into there taping area- TNA.
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