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Pits the biggest superstars of the SmackDown brand vs the best of Raw in a series of matches for bragging rights.

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  • Actors: Big Show, Randy Orton, Kane, The Miz
  • Directors: -
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: WWE
  • DVD Release Date: November 23, 2010
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003YOZN9M
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #103,941 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on November 5, 2010
Daniel Bryan (RAW) vs. Dolph Ziggler (SmackDown) - For the second year in a row, the holders of the top midcard titles (U.S. for Bryan & I.C. for Dolph) meet in the opening match. Dolph dominated the first half of this match by constantly going to the outside breaking momentum whenever Daniel Bryan was building it while working over Bryan's neck with a snapmare & various sleeper-like submission holds. Bryan was able to come back with various kicks including a missle dropkick from the top rope. Dolph was able to reverse a suplex from the top into on a bodyblock while later both men attempted a flying crossbody block only to end up crashing into each other followed by a heavy series of counters into near falls with Dolph's ego causing him to make the one mistake opening that Bryan needed. This was an excellent competitive match that was so fun that I didn't mind that that we were able to get it two more times on TV in the same week.

WWE Tag Team Champions Drew McIntyre & Cody Rhodes (SmackDown) vs. John Cena & David Otunga (RAW) - This was a match made last minute thanks to the RAW General Manager & Nexus leader Wade Barrett. Don't let the title fool you here as this was a glorifed handicap match as Cena refused to tag out to Otunga throughout the match. Eventhough Cody was able to do a unique one arm camel clutch submission, this was mostly a dominate performance by Cena leading to him winning the tag team titles with Otunga...but it was the aftermath that really showed the phrase "your either Nexus or your against us" doesn't apply all the time.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Perez on October 25, 2010
The opening bout between US Champion Daniel Bryan & IC Champion Dolph Ziggler was a high-flying,high-tech showstealer. The Tag Team Championship match was average at best. The Million Dollar Championship match Between Ted DiBiase & Goldust was a good match with many good moves to boot. The Divas title match between Natalya & Layla was not great but pretty good with a bad ending to ruin it. The Buried Alive match for the World's title between The Undertaker & Kane was a pretty good/solid brawl with a weird ending of the Nexus coming out and attacking The Undertaker for no good reason. The 14 man tag team elimation match between Team Smackdown & Team Raw was a good match with nice individual performances to boot. The WWE title match between Randy Orton & Wade Barrett was not by far a great match but still pretty solid with DQ ending to ruin it. Overall,good show with Ziggler vs Bryan & The 14 man tag team elimation match bring the best bouts of the night. I give this DVD a 7 out of 10.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By fmwaalex VINE VOICE on August 21, 2011
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BRAGGING RIGHTS 2010

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1.DANIEL BRYAN VS DOLPH ZIGGLER-what an incredible match up to kick things off with. These two put on a brilliant performance each in a show stealing match. This match is so well done with both working their respective styles and making them compliment one another. This match is back and forth near fall after near fall and the crowd is way into it. Bryan ends up winning this putting Raw up one to nothing but everybody won with this one.

2.[TAG TEAM TITLE]CODY RHODES & DREW MCINTYRE VS JOHN CENA & DAVID OTUNGA-this is of course is when Cena was forced into being a member of The Nexus. Honesty The Nexus was such a great storyline starting out but they let it just fade out. After Cody and Drew come out and claim there is no one worthy of a title shot Nexus leader Wade Barrett [who is great as a heel] introduces Otunga and Cena as the title contenders. Otunga started the match out but would soon tag Cena in, Cena then stayed in the rest of the match. Cena battles back and forth with the champs to finally sink in the STF to win the titles. Afterwards he attacks fellow Nexus partner Otunga before heading to the back.

Love Matt Striker here as they are hyping the next match, the guy cracks me up, just watch him as Cole is talking. I wish Striker would come back as a full time announcer.

3.GOLDUST VS TED DIBIASE-I have always been a fan of Goldust and I really hope they do more with him. His first run in the WWF was excellent as he was a great I-C champ in my opinion. Any way I liked the storyline going into this as Dust was finally being used again on a regular basis. Pretty good match here between these two with a good pace.
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By thomas on March 11, 2013
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great wrestling dvd has about 3 good matces some ok extra stuff shoud buy 4 cheap price if u like wrestling
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Ryan C on December 15, 2010
Its time for me to review the 2nd annual Bragging Rights.
I would have to say that this Bragging Rights was slightly better than last years.It was predictable but good.

The first match was
Daniel Bryan vs Dolph Ziggler
Once again Daniel Bryan has a great ppv match.The fact that he won was very predictable but i really enjoyed the match.Winner Daniel Bryan Rating 8.5/10

The next match was the Tag Title Match
Dashing Cody Rhodes & Drew Mcintyre(c) vs John Cena and David Otunga
The match was decent.The outcome was predictable again.Winners John and David.Rating 6/10

Goldust vs Ted Dibiese
I did not care that much about the match but it was good.The outcome was really predictable.Winner Ted 6.5/10

World Title Match
Kane(c) vs Undertaker
It was a great matc.It was not predictable and the only complaint is that Nexus interfered and kind of ruined the match for me.Winner Kane.Rating 8/10

Divas Title Match
Layla(c) vs Natalya
Better than their Hell in a Cell 2010 but i did not care.Winner Layla.Rating 4/10

Team Raw vs Team Smackdown
Another great match.I was rooting team Smackdown and They won by eliminated The Miz.I preffer this more than last years because it was an elimination match.Winners Team Smackdown.Rating 9/10

Last Match was The WWE Championship Match
Randy Orton vs Wade Barret(W/John Cena)
Really good Match but i wish The Team Raw vs Team Smackdown was The Main event.Winner Randy Orton.Rating 7.5/10

Recap 3 Great Matches,1 Really good Match,and 3 Decent Matches.
Total Rating 49/70=70% =3.5/5
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