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WWE: The Best of Raw - 15th Anniversary, 1993-2008

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Three disc collection celebrates the 15th anniversary of the WWE’s flagship program. Features highlights from the more than 700 broadcasts of Monday Night Raw, with all the hits, slams and high flying acrobatics as well as crazy antics, hilarious skits, revealing interviews and more!

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  • Origin: Made in USA
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
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Most of the footage on this set is great but the DVD presentation ruins it.
Steve Johnson
Sure there are moments/matches I would have liked to see on there and moments/matches that shouldn't have been; but you can't please everybody.
Cryza
And for those with the WWE 24/7 channel looking for that bonus disc, they will be showing that episode in January 2008.
D.P.

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50 of 58 people found the following review helpful By JJ Goodtimes on December 7, 2007
Thanks to Silvervision we now have the complete line up, Sounds like they've finally got a Raw highlights DVD right:

DISC ONE

# First RAW - January 11, 1993
# Mr. Perfect vs. Ric Flair Loser Leaves WWE Match - January 18, 1993
# Parking Lot Brawl - May 10, 1993
# Razor Ramon vs. The Kid - May 17, 1993
# Shawn Michaels vs. Marty Jannetty Intercontinental Championship Match
May 17, 1993
# Gorilla Monsoon Fires Bobby Heenan - December 6, 1993
# Bret Hart vs. 1-2-3 Kid WWE Championship Match - July 11, 1994
# The Search for The Undertaker - August 1994
# King's Court with William Shatner - January 9, 1995
# Shawn Michaels vs. Owen Hart - November 20, 1995
# Vader attacks WWE President Gorilla Monsoon - January 22, 1996
# A Touch of Goldust - May 27, 1996
# Pillman's Got a Gun - November 4, 1996
# Mankind vs. The Undertaker No Holds Barred - December 9, 1996
# Shawn Loses His Smile - February 13, 1997
# The Ninth Wonder of the World - February 17, 1997
# Original ECW Invasion - February 24, 1997
# Owen Hart vs. British Bulldog WWE European Championship Match-
March 3, 1997
# Bret Speaks His Mind - March 17, 1997
# Flag Match - United States vs. Canada - July 21, 1997
# Stone Cold Stuns the Boss - September 22, 1997
# Bret Screwed Bret - November 17, 1997
# Sable in a Sack - December 8, 1997
# Gold Meets Water - December 15, 1997
# Christmas with DX - December 22, 1997

DISC TWO

# "Tyson and Austin!"- January 19, 1998
# DX Special Report - February 2, 1998
# Dumpster Diving - February 2, 1998
# Formation of the New DX- X-Pac Returns - March 30, 1998
# Stone Cold vs.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Steve Johnson on December 25, 2007
Wow what a letdown. Most of the footage on this set is great but the DVD presentation ruins it. The pop up info graphics during these segments alone ruins the set. It's mostly filled with information you already know if you are a hardcore fan. I'd much rather just watch Shawn Michaels wrestle Marty Jannetty than be told it was the 1993 PWI Match of the Year. I guess they were trying to fill in some backstory for fans that didn't know but use your host for that when introducing the segments. But I guess asking Todd Grisham to provide useful information was asking too much. As far as the matches go, most of them are clipped. If you weren't going to show the full match why even bother including it in the set. I agree with another reviewer who said he'd pay more to see the full matches on extra discs. Flair/Mr. Perfect was almost unwatchable and Undertaker/Mankind didn't even have consistent editing. It would do a jump cut for one commercial break and fade out and back in for another. Very irritating. This set had so much potential but again the presentaion is awful. Come on WWE, we know you can do better.
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By RMD on January 2, 2008
Being a big fan of wrestling I'd expected alot more from this DVD. Yeah sure there are some great moments and footage picked for this DVD but I know there was alot better moments on Raw that could've been chosen for this set. Also, I was reading the back of the DVD case and noticed for instance on DISC, one of the moments on the DVD would have Big Show chokeslam the Undertaker through the ring, and on Disc 3 it would have Vince's paternity test but it wasn't on the DVD. What the hell is with that. Overall it's an ok dvd to the add to the shelf, but the fact there is missing footage, really pisses me off...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Scotty M. on August 19, 2008
Raw is the longest running weekly show on TV today and over the past 15 years there have been many great memories, moments, and matches. This 3 disc set shows a lot of those moments and matches. Now I aint going to run through all of the moments but I will tell what I think are the bests on each disc.

Disc 1
1993-1997
This first disc mostly tells where and why Raw was created and a number of past and current superstars speak on the matter such as Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Mr. McMahon, Chris Jericho, Edge, Trish Stratus, and others as well. It soon moves on to the "loser leaves Raw match" between Mr. Perfect and Ric Flair. The night where the 123 Kid beats Razor Ramon. The debut of Goldust and Chyna. The night where Bret Hart says he got screwed in his title match and then confronting Vince which leads to the "Bret Screwed Bret" interview with Vince and JR. Stone Cold stunning the boss is also showed.

Matches from Disc 1
- Mr. Perfect vs. Ric Flair 1.18.93

- Razor Ramon vs. The Kid 5.17.93

- Intercontinental Title
Marty Jannetty vs. Shawn Michaels 5.17.93

- WWE Title
Bret Hart vs. 123 Kid 7.11.94

- Shawn Michaels vs. Owen Hart 11.20.95

- No Holds Barred
Undertaker vs. Mankind 12.9.96

- European Title
Owen Hart vs. The British Bulldog 3.3.97

- Flag Match
USA vs. Canada 7.21.97

Disc 2
1998-2002
Disc 2 kicks off from the attitude era in early January where Austin confronts Mike Tyson the night after the Royal Rumble. A number of DX segments are here also that includes DX imitating the Nation, Foley and Funk crashing off the stage in a dumpster, DX invading WCW, & X-Pac returning to the WWE to join DX.
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