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  • Format: Box set, 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: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Tna Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: April 20, 2010
  • Run Time: 600 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0039S37GE
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #163,502 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Cross The Line 3-Pack Volume 2 includes over 10 hours of Total Nonstop Action! In this 3 disc DVD set you will see three of TNAs top Pay-Per-View events: Turning Pont 2009 Final Resolution 2009 & Against All Odds 2010. Bonus material includes exclusive music videos photo galleries and much more.Features: Photo gallery. Behind-the-scenes footage.Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: SPORTS/GAMES Rating: TV14 Age: 853877001980 UPC: 853877001980 Manufacturer No: TNA-198

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And, that this match was featured on the Best of TNA 2009 DVD.
BIG T
Worth the money if you are a TNA fan but refuse to buy ppv expensive events!
lucky
To modify a pun from Kurt himself...this was awesome, it was damn awesome!
D.P.

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on March 9, 2010
This is the third "Cross The Line" set from TNA wrestling which combines 3 sets of PPV's together for one low price. Now these PPV's happened during a period of TNA where various changes where happening within TNA taking place setting up the company for the biggest push & growth in it's entire history.

Turning Point '09
This was the first PPV after Bound For Glory & so much changed inbetween that time as Booker T left the company, the Main Event Mafia stable that dominated TNA for a year was gone, Sting's future was unknown, a newcomer came into the company by the name of Desmond Wolfe (the former Nigel McGuiness) and the biggest change was the announcement of Hulk Hogan was coming soon to TNA.

X Division Champion Amazing Red vs. Homicide - This was the solid opening match that you would expect from the X Division that was filled with various spots & moments like Homicide reversing Red's moonsault into a cutter, Red's twisting DDT off the top rope, and Homicide just showing his "out of control" nature here with his tactics of biting & ripping the face of Amazing Red while also getting a piece of Don West at ringside. This was a fun way to start the show.

Knockouts Champion O.D.B. & Knockouts Tag Team Champions Taylor Wilde & Sarita vs. The Beautiful People - This was a special six woman (trying to be politically correct here) tag match where all the Knockouts championships were on the line with whichever champion lost the match would lose their belt. With Madison Rayne not being that took along while Lacey being the worst worker of everyone to the point where the crowd did the "You Can't Wrestle!" chant & one fan had a "Lacey Von BOTCH!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Will on September 17, 2010
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I had just recently bought TNA's Cross the Line Triple Threat volume 3 because i wanted to see the two tremendouse Kurt Angle vs Desmond Wolfe matches that everyone was talking about near the end of 2009 and these two matches didnt disappoint at all. Also, the A.J. Styles title defense's were also great. I'm not going to give reviews for every match of all three dvd's but the co-main events from Turning Point and Final Resolution were all 4+ star matches that are worth the price of purchasing the dvd alone. On a scale of 1-10, i would rate Turning Point as a 8.75 out of 10, Final Resolution as a 8 out of 10 and Against All Odds as a 7.25 out of 10. The bonus features on all the dvd's are good too, in particular the post-match comments by wrestlers were fun to listen to as they talked about what happened out there during the match. Another special feature that was great was on the Turning Point dvd which was the [...] christmas commercial. All in all for $[...], this is a must buy for Tna fans as well as wrestling fans in general.
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This DVD collection contains the final two Pay-Per-View events of 2009 (Turning Point and Final Resolution), as well as the second Pay-Per-View of the Hogan/Bischoff era (Against All Odds).

Turning Point 2009 was an excellent Pay-Per-View headlined by the triple threat heavywaight title bout between Aj Styles, Samoa Joe and Daniels. These three wrestlers had previously headlined TNA's Unbreakable 2005 event, only for the X Division title (which is the equivalent of the old Cruiserweight championship in WCW/WWE). Like their previous match, this match was amazing and possibly ranks as the best TNA match in the company's near eight year history. Other matches on the card included the first meeting between Kurt Angle and Desmond Wolfe. Desmond has only joined the TNA roster a few weeks beforehand, and this match proved why him and Kurt are considered to be two of the most techincally sound wrestlers in the industry today.

Final Resolution was another great PPV, which saw a few of the fueds that started at Turning Point. There was a 'Three Degrees of Pain' match between Kurt Angle and Desmond Wolfe. This match is similar to the three stages of hell matches that the WWE occasionally had during the Attitude era, and really showcased the skills of both combatants. There was also a great match between the British Invasion and Motor City Machine Guns for the TNA Tag Team titles. The show was headlined by the heavyweight championship match between Daniels and AJ Styles. this was another excellent encounter between the two of them, who have fought each other many times. While I enjoyed this PPV, I prefered the Turning Point Pay-Per-View.

Against All Odds 2010 was a solid Pay-Per-View.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By BIG T on October 14, 2010
Now, people reading this. Im not going to review PPV on this action packed set, but im definatly going to at least review the best matches on here.

Turning Point 09'
Kurt Angle vs. Desmond Wolfe
Of course, after seeing these two just fight the hell out of each other on iMPACT for like ever, after i found out that Wolfe was Nigel McGuiness from ROH Wrestling, and seeing all the titles he held, i knew this would be a classic from the get-go. And, that this match was featured on the Best of TNA 2009 DVD. But, to the match, this was just another phenominal part to a phenominal ppv. These two battled it out for about 16 minuets. And, every mineut was just nonstop action. This had its great moments like the huge frogsplash, and for Angle just to pull out a win was a great moment. Great, no, classic match here. 5/5

Triple Threat Match for the TNA World Tilte
AJ Styles vs. Daniels vs. Samoa Joe
Holy cow. I was so happy for the remake of this classic match from Unbreakable 2005. This was actually almost better than the one in 2005. Since these great wrestlers were more experienced for this match. And, since Daniels and Styles had a thing going here. But, this had some great moments. Such as the, almost botched 450 splash onto Daniels AND Joe. And, this was the first time since 05' that these guys have met up in a match all together.5/5

Ill finish this review soon.
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