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TNA Wrestling's Twin Pack includes over 6 hours of Total Nonstop Action! In this 2 disc DVD set you will see two of TNAs top Pay-Per-View events: Against All Odds 2011 and Victory Road 2011. Bonus material includes exclusive interviews photo galleries and much more.Special Features: Interviews. Photo gallery. Behind-the-scenes footage. And more!Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: SPORTS/GAMES Rating: NR Age: 856827002174 UPC: 856827002174 Manufacturer No: TNA 217

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  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • 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: Tna Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: May 24, 2011
  • Run Time: 360 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004PHE9G0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,837 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on March 18, 2011
This is the sixth "Cross The Line" set from TNA but continuing to follow the pattern of the previous sets in that this is a double pack of two PPV's. These events happened after the Genesis PPV with the biggest events happened around this time was the return of "Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner to TNA along with the tease of another "THEY" coming to TNA against Immortal for it to be revealed as Fortune.

Against All Odds '11:
X Division Champion Kazarian vs. Robbie E - This was scheduled to be a #1 contenders match between Robbie E & the members of Generation Me but because of travel problems, Robbie E won by forfeit & got his title match against Kazarian. Kaz was in control throughout the match with his diverse offense with Cookie constantly getting involved for Robbie to gain an advantage to work over the back & shoulder of Kaz. This was a solid opening match.

Scott Steiner & Beer Money vs. Gunner, Murphy, Rob Terry - Before the match, we got a silly Scott Steiner interview that had me laughing while A.J. Styles was on commentary. We saw the battle of "freak vs. freak" between Steiner & Terry with both men showing off their power at times while Gunner & Murphy held their own with Beer Money & telling the story of "cutting the ring in half" by working over James Storm while keeping him away from his corner. This was a match that I really didn't care about going it but turned out better than expected as this match played to each teams strengths.

Samoa Joe vs. D'Angelo Dinero - For those who already didn't know, The Pope was in full "heel" mode here after Joe exposed him as a fraud weeks earlier with the help his assistant Okato (Okada from Japan with the gimmick of "Kato" from the Green Hornet TV show/movie).
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TNA had been slowly building their brand since Hogan and Bischoff had joined a year earlier in hopes of making the promotion more mainstream. Amongst other things, they produced more television, brought in new and veteran stars and, most importantly, began redefining their main event talent, which now consisted of Jeff Hardy, Kurt Angle, Ken Anderson and Rob Van Dam. After pulling the trigger on these changes, TNA entered a make or break time with these events and, unfortunately, failed to deliver.

The real twist is that Against All Odds 2011 can make a claim to being the best PPV of the year! There really isn't a bad match on the card and several, like RVD vs. Matt Hardy, are a lot better than they look on paper. Even the filler six man tag team match is very good. The main events included an excellent match between Angle and Jarrett and a ladder match between Jeff Hardy and Ken Anderson for the title. What didn't work here was the result as TNA didn't give Anderson a chance to run with the ball as champ and Jeff wouldn't get much more than that...

Victory Road is the antithesis of Against All Odds: anything that could go wrong did, and it all went VERY wrong by the end of the show. There's a good match between AJ Styles and Matt Hardy, but that doesn't make up for the horrendous double main event as Anderson/RVD was a dull brawl and the Sting/Hardy match basically didn't happen because Hardy was inebriated. Unfortunately, putting Sting back on the top was a bad move because the fans were clamoring for new faces and the promotion had seemed to be pushing towards more realistic characters and matches since Bound For Glory.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Robert D. Watson VINE VOICE on June 23, 2011
TNA used to be awesome. And now we're reduced to this.

The two-pack PPV experience is not something new for TNA to give you, and it is a pretty good deal, since you're getting 6 hours of wrestling action for the price of one new movie, but this is without a doubt the weakest TNA offering to date.

The best that can be said of Against All Odds was that it was borderline OK. Kazarian put on a show against Robbie E. to open the show, but after that, there isn't much that's worth watching. Beer Money, as usual is entertaining, and the main event for this show was OK as far as main events go, but it's forgettable.

Victory Road is more famous and memorable because of the finish to the event. This was the infamous 88 second main event which was basically cancelled because of Jeff Hardy's inability to perform, and is no doubt one of the low points in the history of TNA Wrestling. Aside from that, though, there are good matches from AJ Styles, and while the finish was overdone, Mr. Anderson and RVD had a pretty good match as well.

Of course, both of these are lacking in X Division Action and don't have any stand out performances by anyone on the roster, so it's questionable whether or not you'd want to own this, but for the price, you could do far worse.
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I remember that the commercial said these were the two most controversial ppvs in TNA. And I agree, both ppvs are victim of being thrown together at the last second. Their focus was mostly on special episodes of Impact with these ppvs being made 3 days before they were set to air.

Against All Odds 2011

Every time I watch this I say the same thing every time, the only good match is the main event. The Hardy/Anderson Ladder Match for the TNA World title is awesome. The rest of the show is really just there. Some of the matches continue storylines and most of the matches are just randomly thrown in with no real substance to them.

Victory Road 2011

This show has the opposite problem, this show is good . . . except for the main event. This ppv is of course most known for the Jeff Hardy situation which led to him being sent home. Now as far as the rest of the show goes, it's very good. The Bully Ray/Dreamer Falls Count Anywhere match is one of my favorites, Ultimate X Match, and the Styles/Matt Hardy match is the best of the night.

This set overall does have a good few gems, but I probably wouldn't recommend buying it
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