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WWE: Judgment Day 2008

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  • Actors: Edge, Chris Jericho, Triple H, Kane, The Undertaker
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: G (General Audience)
  • Studio: World Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: June 17, 2008
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00120LPM4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #179,245 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Cena wins out of nowhere with an F-U in a good opener.
A. Pierre
1/4 Steel Cage Match for the WWE Championship: Triple H (Champion) V. Randy Orton Better than what people give it credit for but it could ahve been better.
I like see edge fight in the ring and now he is retired and you don't see him any more.
Kurt Mstoecklhuber

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R.A. McKenzie VINE VOICE on May 18, 2008
JUDGMENT DAY has always been a weird PPV event for the WWE:
* Undertaker making a big debut and accidentally helping his rival win?
* Eric Bischoff throwing up on the crowd?
* Kurt Angle getting a permanent haircut?
* Kurt Angle getting pinned in 60 seconds?
* Undertaker getting pinned clean?
* HBK getting squashed?

Yeah, I usually don't bother to watch a JUDGMENT DAY PPV broadcast. But for the 10th edition, I took a chance. It's not perfect, but I think WWE still scored big this time around.

There's lots of good stuff to write about, so here goes:

1) JBL v. John Cena
---In Cena's first PPV opener since WRESTLEMANIA XX, this was actually the toughest one to call. Remember WRESTLEMANIA 21, where JBL dominated Cena for most of the match, then lost out of nowhere? Tonight was an encore of that evening. The difference is that JBL implemented a very solid ground-grappling strategy, so I didn't mind the one-sided battle too much. The Omaha crowd was generous with the slow pace, and didn't chant "Boring" until about 15 minutes in. But just like 3 years ago in Hollywood, Cena's sudden victory got a lukewarm reaction --- not a good sign. I kinda got into this opener, but you better be sitting in your most comfortable chair, because this one might test people's patience.
"6.5 out of 10"

2) WWE Tag Team Championships
John Morrison & The Miz (WWE Tag Team champions) v.
CM Punk (Mr. Money-In-The-Bank) & Kane (ECW champion)
---First off, every title bout got in-ring introductions, which I think is a classy move on WWE's part. As for the match, I'm convinced that Morrison and Punk can do just about anything if given the chance.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on July 29, 2008
John Cena vs. J.B.L. - Wow, Cena in the opening match of a PPV? That's the first time in almost 4 years. Cena injured his shoulder early the match revolved around J.B.L. just working on Cena's shoulder & his ribs with Cena having to rely on his power. This wasn't a "get the crowd fired up" opener as it had a slow pace to it but if you can get past that & the "out of nowhere" FU finish, this was actually a good match between the two & as I stated, their second best match they've when compared to the other three that I've seen from them (haven't seen the Bash match yet)...with the first one being at this exact same PPV 3 years earlier.

WWE Tag Team Champions John Morrison & The Miz vs. Kane & CM Punk - A short match that was very good mix with all four men putting on good performances with the only draw back being that they weren't given more time.

Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Jericho - Eventhough this match didn't have the emotional story attachment to like their previous one, this match is right up there with their WM19 match in my opinion as they performed such a great wrestling match with each man countering each other's moves & even displaying a couple of rarely seen moves like Jericho's own mix of an indian...oops, I mean "native american" deathlock & a figure four and HBK doing an armbar while hanging over the top to yank the arm down. One heavily athletic contest.

Womens Champion Mickie James vs. Beth Phoenix vs. Melina - This match was too short (around 5 mins.) to really turn into anything special but it was a nice match for what it was. The real moment to check out is the double backbreaker on Mickie & Melina by Beth...that was heavily impressive.

World Heavyweight Championship Match: Undertaker vs.
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2008 Judgment Day
May 18, 2008
Qwest Center
Ohama, Nebraska

John Cena V. JBL
Interesting placement on this card. It didn't seem like this match should be first and it was a little weird seeing Cena in the opener. Good match here with JBL destroying Cena for the whole match so whatever psychology they had made they lost when cena hitting the FU out of nowhere for the win. **1/2 Seems like their WrestleMania 21 match.

WWE Tag Team Championship:
John Morrison & The Miz (Champions) V. CM Punk & Kane
Good match here too. Good wrestling but Punk & Morrison which is weird because their single matches together in 2007 sucked. Anywhere, Morrison and Miz retain in a good match but nothing realy noteworthly here. **3/4. The commentary by Mike Adamle was just horrible. Like "Miz & Morrison won the titles in November and had hold them for 5 months"...WHAT?? Ok, the PPV was hold in May which is the fifth month of the year. But they won them in November, so they actually hold them for seven months at this point. Good adding there Mike. Another awesome line was: "CM Punk with the right hand just kicked Morrison in the head"...WOW...I'm not going to even touch that one.

Shawn Michaels V. Chris Jericho
This was a really good match, but was also disappointing. This match just seemed to be missing something. realy good match with god wreslting and storyline but again was missing something to push it over the top. Michaels wins. ***1/2

Triple Threat Match for thr WWE Women's Championship:
Mickie James (Champion) V. Beth Phoenix V. Melina
Really good womens match here. Good stroy to it and some cool spots. Mickie retains. ***

Vacant World Heavyweight Championship:
Undertaker V. Edge
Very, very good.
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Best Judgment Day event/matches
best overall was 2001.
i wish i hadnt sold the dvd.
damn things like 40 dollars now.
i want to see it again.
i have a vhs copy luckily though.

my fav matches were
Benoit vs Angle 2 out of 3 falls
Kane vs Triple H IC chain match
Taker vs Austin no DQ World Title Match

2002 was great too
with... Read More
Apr 8, 2008 by The Un-Being |  See all 15 posts
Worst Judgment Day event/matches
i think 2007 was better than the first judgement day in 1998 id list that as the worst
Apr 8, 2008 by The Un-Being |  See all 4 posts
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