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  • Actors: Edge, The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Randy Orton, John Cena
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • 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: World Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: June 19, 2007
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000LC3IJC
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(Sports) The Superstars of Smackdown make their first post-WrestleMania pay-per-view appearance, settling a number of burning issues. Includes matches featuring Batista, Undertaker, Kane, King Booker, Chris Benoit, Boogeyman, Finlay, Matt Hardy, and more.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on July 12, 2007
Overall, this PPV came off like a 3 hour edition of RAW or SmackDown where most the major matches were either turned into angles (HBK/Orton & ECW Title match) or were just watchable (Cena/Khali & Edge/Batista). This event looked good on paper but didn't live up to the hype whatsoever.

Ric Flair vs. Carlito - This opener did it's job in getting the crowd crazy as St. Louis usually always goes crazy for Ric Flair. Carlito mostly did a mat-based style along with working on Flair's arm throughout of the match. This was a good opener.

ECW Champion Mr. McMahon, Shane McMahon, Umaga vs. Bobby Lashley - I didn't know Goldberg was black? Seriously, this match was a carbon copy of an old Goldberg match from WCW. Lashley ran though Shane & Umaga in around a minute while Vince kept avoiding Lashley. And Vince kept the title since he wasn't the one who was defeated. They wasted so much on television for weeks for this match & this was the result? Save this crap for RAW or ECW, not for a show people pay around $40 for.

C.M. Punk vs. Elijah Burke - This match was very similar to the opening match in that it went around the same amount of time & Elijah worked on an injured body part thoughout various times of the match which in this case, it's Punk's heavily taped ribs. The match itself was slow at times to the point where the crowd was chanting for "J.B.L." at one moment. It was a good undercard match with nothing really noteworthy except for Punk perfectly selling his ribs throughout the bout.

Shawn Michaels vs. Randy Orton - Randy Orton came back to his hometown in another "match" that turned into a segment that should have been saved for RAW instead of a PAY-per-view.
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JUDGMENT DAY 2007 looks like a pretty strong card on paper. There is no reason this PPV isn't better than it turned out to be. Most poor WWE PPVs are doomed from the start, but this one had a chance at greatness. Then again, the event is called JUDGMENT DAY. How fitting...

1) Carlito v. Ric Flair
---They had a decent match at UNFORGIVEN 2005, but I didn't expect as much this time around. This grudge match should've happened weeks before this very night; the angle was your typical "tag team breakup" routine. This was basically Flair getting his butt handed to him for an unbelievable amount of time, and frankly I just stopped caring long before it was over. Just skip it.
"5.0 / 10"

2) 3-on-1 Handicap Match - ECW World Title
Shane McMahon, Umaga, & Vince McMahon (champion)
v. Bobby Lashley
---I thought their BACKLASH showdown was okay. Why WWE booked a copycat rematch is beyond me. Why it lasted only 2 minutes is even more puzzling. Seriously, who thinks these little "twists" are worth PPV money? Like most have said, on TV this might've been an acceptable presentation. Plus, I admit that the whole match was pretty exciting while it lasted. But c'mon, even on DVD, this feels like a slap to the face.
"4.0 / 10"

3) CM Punk v. Elijah Burke
---I'm gonna start calling these kinds of matches "dark horses." Dark Horses are what I will describe as a match that is pointless, but still a remarkable wrestling presentation. It's strange seeing an ECW singles match take place after the show's own title match! Thankfully, this one is very worthy of a PPV.
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if you thought Judgment Day 2007 was good, you have problems. Compared to other Judgment Day PPVs, this is offensive.

Ric Flair vs. Carlito
Two great wrestlers in an opener? Flair should be offended in opening up a
ppv. Some good spots but mostly boring. This match could have been ALOT better.

ECW Title Match
3 on 1 Handicap Match
Mr. McMahon, Umaga, & Shane McMahon vs. Bobby Lashley
Fast paced, and i mean REALLY fast paced. The match is under a minute long and a waste of space for the PPV card. Lashley spears Shane to get the pin but Vince says he has to pin him to win the title. It shows what garbage the new ECW has become.

CM Punk vs. Elijah Burke
I expected more and sadly this match was dull. If Paul E was running ECW, these two would have had an amazing match. Basically its all submission and punches. Punk wins after hitting the GTS

Randy Orton vs. Shawn Micheals
Not a match at all. Orton attacked HBK in a promo and HBK has a "concussion". HBK comes out and Orton beats him up and HBK is carried away. Would have been the best match of the night but no.

WWE Tag Team Title Match
Cade & Murdoch vs. Hardyz
GOD! How many times does this have to continue? Murdoch and Cade can't wrestle to save their lives. Nothing special in this match.

World Title Match
Edge vs. Batista
I was glad Edge was a champion again. First he stripped the title from a talentless man (John Cena) and he does it again but to a talented man (Undertaker). Nothing special here. Edge wins after a sneak pin.

US title match (2-3 Falls)
MVP vs. Chris Benoit
This rivalry was already stale to the point I didn't care who won.
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Favorite Judgment Day
I have to say it was Judgement Day 2000! That's when WWE was still WWF and they were in "Attitude" mode! I don't remember all the matches but I do remember a few key matches:

Chris Benoit Vs. Chris Jericho (Submission Match) - A classic bout between these two! Benoit has only recently... Read More
Jun 7, 2007 by Ervin Griffin |  See all 5 posts
What Should've Been The Main Event For WWE Judgement Day?
If they were going to have Cena vs. Khali for the title, it should've been on Raw. I think the main event should've been either Cena vs. Orton or Cena vs. HBK III. I like your match idea, but I would be shocked if it actually happened.
May 23, 2007 by CE |  See all 3 posts
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