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  • Actors: The Rock, Triple H
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: World Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: June 10, 2008
  • Run Time: 540 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00120LPQ0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58,656 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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More than a dozen of The Rock's most memorable interviews, including BIlly's prayer to God, the Big Slow, Thomas Jefferson sucka, nWo, and more A collection of The Rock's greatest one-liners.

Synopsis
In addition to laying out his remarkable career in the squared circle, this documentary includes many of The Rock's most memorable professional wrestling matches, along with highlights from some of his most entertaining interviews. ~ Perry Seibert, All Movie Guide

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Both men looked pretty good.
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Arghhhh...they really should be some sort of warning, because it could ruin alot of peoples viewing.
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No Holds Barred Match The Rock vs. Kane SmackDown!
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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By JJ Goodtimes on April 3, 2008
Format: DVD
Throughout The Rock's incredible sports-entertainment career, fans and foes alike knew enough to know their role, shut their mouth, or risk a beatdown from the Brahma Bull. While he's gone from WWE rings to the big screen, his impact on professional wrestling will never be forgotten. The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment highlights the meteoric rise of The Great One, the first man to hold the WWE Championship seven times. This package is packed with 3 discs filled with 19 amazing matches.

Disc 1

Samoan Royalty

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
Hunter Hearst Helmsley vs. Rocky Maivia
RAW (13/02/97)

Rock the Ruler

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
Owen Hart vs. The Rock
RAW (06/04/98)

Nation vs. DX

King of the Ring Quarterfinal Match
Triple H vs. The Rock
RAW (22/06/98)

Rock's Big Chance

WWE Championship Match (Final Round)
Mankind vs. The Rock
Survivor Series (15/11/98)

Rivalry with Mankind

Last Man Standing Match for the WWE Championship
Mankind vs. The Rock
St. Valentine's Day Massacre (14/02/99)

So it continues...

Ladder Match for the WWE Championship
Mankind vs. The Rock
RAW (15/02/99)

Two of the Most Charismatic Superstars Ever

WWE Championship Match
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock
WrestleMania XV (28/03/99)

Disc 2

People's Champion

Steel Cage Match
The Rock vs. Triple H
RAW (05/07/99)

Rock `n Sock Connection

WWE Tag Team Championship
The Rock / Mankind vs. Undertaker / Big Show
RAW (30/08/99)

The Verbal SmackDown!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Scotty M. on February 6, 2009
Format: DVD
Every wrestling fan out there should know the impact that The Rock made on the business. The Rock was the first ever 3rd generation superstar and the first superstar to ever win the WWE championship 7 times. The Rock could possibably be the most charasmatic & entertaining superstar of all time.

As far as for the DVD set goes, you will hear nothing from The Rock whatsoever. The narration is done by someone else but not by The Rock. You will also get nothing from other superstars either. The same as Tombstone: History of the Undertaker. The narrator goes through and discuss The Rock's Samoan heritage, his rise to fame and popularity, WWE title reigns, the connection with the fans and the hatred from the fans, and also feuds with Mankind, Triple H, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and others.

DISC 1
RAW 2.13.97
Intercontinental Title
Vs. Hunter Hearst Hemsley - The match told a pretty good inring story. It went at a good pace and the ending worked in very well. 4/5

RAW 4.6.98
Intercontinental Title
Vs. Owen Hart - This match started out pretty good. It was getting better as it progressed but the disqualification by Chyna is what killed it. 3.75/5

RAW 6.22.98
King of the Ring Quarter-Finals Match
Vs. Triple H - Much better match then the previous match between these two. It was more of a physical match. Both men looked pretty good. A very good match up. 4.5/5

Survivor Series 11.15.98
WWE Title
Vs. Mankind - A very good match between these two here. Much better then their Rock Bottom encounter. Foley & Rock took some hard slams and hard shots on the outside. Foley even crashes through the announce table at one point in the match. A very good title match. 4.5/5

St. Valentine's Day Massacre 2.14.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Crosby on July 4, 2008
Format: DVD
Okay I am a rock Fan i admit he is/was the most electrifying man wwe has seen in a while. Here is my issue it is apparent that WWE was lookin to suck the juice from the fact he was at the hall of fame and put out a dvd. This dvd was below wwe standards I mean dam no commentary at all. you got commentary for dam near all the other dvds and none for this one. I am sure not everyone has a bitter taste in their mouth because rock left. Then as someone else said match selection was subpar as was promo selection. If this was a 4 disc dvd with one dedicated to promos and the rest had interviews or commentary from other wrestler it could have got the good old 5 star. Umm wwe See the undertaker dvd, stone cold, even triple h dvds and remeber how it used to be.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By miggy2000 on December 8, 2012
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This dvd was awesome. It showed some of The Rock's matches from his debut at the Survivor Series in 1996 at MSG to his classic encounter with "Hollywood" Hulk Hogan. Wrestling wise the match sucked(entertainment wise, it was bad-ass), the electricity by both men is electrifying. This dvd also contains some promos from his hey-day. It's three discs, however be warned that there is no documentary whatsoever. If you wish to see a doc on The Rock; purchase Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson story on blu-ray.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Omar on November 18, 2012
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very recommand, original and best disk ever made, i'm one of million & million of rocks fans, i recommand to try it,
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Haunted Flower on March 30, 2011
Format: DVD
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson was the most electrifying man in sports entertainment (and these days claims "ALL of entertainment") and you can watch many of his best matches and most memorable interviews and one-liners in this three-disc set that was released in 2008. With his recent return to the WWE, this is a great time for a refresher course in the history of The Rock.

This is one of those WWE sets where story is told in between matches instead of altogether in one documentary that you can sit and watch at once. What I find difficult about this is that people don't always have time to sit and watch this set for NINE hours in order to see the entire story. I much prefer the sets where you can watch the story all at once and then work on the matches over time. Plus there is an impartial narrator piecing the story together with soundbites from The Rock and NO interviews with the man himself talking about his past and how it felt at the time besides being the character.

The Rock wasn't always The Rock though, he started out as Rocky, paying tribute to his family lineage in wrestling from his grandfather, Rocky Maivia and his father, Rocky Johnson. He started out as a good guy, but didn't really have a concrete identity and fans turned on his one-dimensional nature. Within months people began to hate him and that's where The Rock was truly born. He took on the mic, spoke in third person, and started inventing catch phrases. He joined a stable, the Nation of Domination where he took over and kicked the leader out and insisted people call him "ruler". He became popular and eventually got out of the Nation of Domination. People began to love him and even after his heel turn becoming the Corporate Champion, people couldn't resist cheering for The Rock.
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So many classic Rock matches. I hoped on board early, and taped most of his best moments on VHS. Then, during a moment of misjudgment, erased many of the tapes. So hopefully this set will replenish my collection.

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