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  • 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: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: World Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: November 4, 2008
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00120LPNS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,821 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The superstars of Raw, SmackDown, and ECW show No Mercy to their rivals in battles for the WWE Championship, World Heavyweight Championship, ECW World Championship, and more.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By R. Marsiglia on October 6, 2008
I believe the WWE truly delivered on this ppv. This is a WWE ppv that can be viewed from top to bottom without making your eyes bleed. Every match, except for one, is very watchable and enjoyable, and the final two matches on the card make this ppv worth buying. This was a very solid effort from WWE and all the workers, except for two, did a commendable job of making this ppv believable, watchable, and exciting. The crowd in Portland, Oregon was also extreemly hot for the entire night, which added tremendously to the ppv and they need to be commended as well. Anyway, on to the matches (rated out of 5 stars).

1. ECW Title Match:
Matt Hardy (c) vs. Mark Henry (w/ Tony Atlas)

This was a surprisingly decent/watchable opener, a remarkable feat considering Mark Henry is in it, and it did its job of keeping the crowd hot. These two executed a believable and watchable match. **1/4 stars

2. Women's Title Match:
Beth Phoenix (c) (w/ Santino Marella) vs. Candice Michelle

Another surprisingly good match, and a Women's Title Match no less! While it was kept short, I was very impressed with the quality of this match and these two women deserve to be commended. This also kept the crowd hot and excited and there is nothing at all unwatchable about this match. *1/4

3. Kane vs. Rey Mysterio: if Rey Mysterio loses, he must remove his mask

While I must say that WWE really dropped the ball on this storyline, this match was quite enjoyable, and most of all, believable! You wouldn't expect a match between a 7-footer and someone who is 5 foot 6 to be believable, but these two executed the match impressively. Don't get me wrong, this is not an exceptional match, per say, but it is very watchable and enjoyable with a great ending.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on February 6, 2009
ECW Champion Matt Hardy vs. Mark Henry - This was a solid opening match with the story of Henry attempting to dominate with his strength while Hardy took a page out of Bret Hart's old book of working on the big man's legs & bringing him down to his size. They had a better match on Sci-Fi (the extra match on the SummerSlam DVD) but this was still enjoyable

Womens Champion Beth Phoenix vs. Candice Michelle - Well, I enjoyed this match more than their series around this time last year with Beth working on Candice's previously injured shoulder while Candice tried hard with her selling & offense. Of course, Santino was at ringside actually added to the match here instead of distracting from it.

Rey Mysterio vs. Kane - The stipulation here was that if Mysterio loses, he must unmask. Normally I don't like these "David vs. Goliath" matches with Mysterio as he's just regulated to being nothing more than a spotmonkey to make the other guy look big & dominate (just look at his World Title reign) but that wasn't the case here as Rey got some good offense in, was able to hold his own against Kane here, and took one hell of a chairshot.

Right around here was a talking segment between M.V.P. & Randy Orton. Unlike how the talking segments at SummerSlam (HBK/Jericho), Unforgiven (Show/Guerrero/Undertaker), and Armageddon (HBK/JBL)...this was just pointless, didn't do anything for anybody and was a waste of time that had the crowd turn on it right away by chanting "boring!"

Batista vs. J.B.L. - This match was almost a carbon copy of their SummerSlam 2005 match in that the match only served one purpose & that was to showcase Batista as being dominate as hell and with the exception of J.B.L. getting in a few shots here & there, it was exactly that.
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A Kid's Review on January 27, 2009
ECW Championship Match
Mark Henry vs. Matt Hardy
In my opinion, this opener was very successful. Even though Henry has some limited skills, Matt made him look strong. Good match with a nice pace.

I skipped the next one but Beth Phoenix retains the Women's Championship

Kane vs. Rey Mysterio- if Rey loses he loses his MASK
Dissapointing match. The storyline was bad enough but this one could have been a lot better with different scenario endings. The match is good but the ending to this match is waste of money.

#1 contenders match
JBL vs. Batista
Another short,horrible, and dissapointing match. Basically Batista dissapointed because he wasnt with a good wrestler. This one should have been saved for Raw. Bad match

The Undertaker vs. Big Show
This one was slower than I thought it would be. These two really could have brought more but that wasnt the case tonight. Big Show was really the big messup here. Bad ending

WWE Championship Match
Triple H vs. Jeff Hardy
Match of the night. These two didnt dissapointment and brought their skills. Jeff really shows he can keep up with the "big guys" as he brings suspense to this great match. Triple H does a good job making Jeff seem close to winning. The storyline of Jeff being so close to getting the title was very successful in my opinion.

Ladder Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Jericho
This one was as good as the WWE championship match. I thought this match was very good. Jericho and Michaels really make the ladders come into play here. They use the ladders like they are really hitting each other. I credit my favorite wrestler, Chris Jericho, for making this match good. Michaels does a great job here. Best Ladder match in a long time.
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