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  • Actors: Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Stone Cold Steve Austin
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: World Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: November 27, 2007
  • Run Time: 825 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000UNYJX6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,837 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Vol. 2 – From 1993-97, the Royal Rumble became a key event for Superstars, as well as the first step on the road to WrestleMania. Vol. 2 champions include Yokozuna, Bret Hart/Lex Lugar, Shawn Michaels (also a back-to-back winner) and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin.

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THE ROYAL RUMBLE 1994 Tatanka Vs. Bam Bam Bigelow - Great opener.
ANAN KHALIQUE
Intercontinental Championship Match, Shawn Michaels (Champion) vs. Marty Jannetty: This was a good match as both men knew each other well from having tagged for years.
Jonnathan Ritland
Five stars for Nostaliga purposes, it's really a mix of the good, bad, and really ugly.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on August 25, 2007
NOTE: I UPDATED THIS IN 2014

1993 - The Royal Rumble went out west this year coming from Sacramento, CA at the Arco Arena featuring the debut of such superstars including Lex Luger, Rick & Scott Steiner, Bam Bam Bigelow, Razor Ramon, Yokozuna, Bob Backlund, Samu & Fatu of Headshrinkers, Tatanka, Giant Gonzales, and international legends Genichiro Tenryu & Carlos Colon. It was at this Rumble where the stipulation of "winner gets the WWE Championship title shot at WrestleMania" was put into play that is still continued to this day that featured such highlights as the first two men which would be considered a dream match for long time WWE & NWA/WCW fans, a new record set, past & current rivalries revisited, who decided to make their first impression on Undertaker, "every man for himself" coming into play between former tag team championship partners, and how one man forgetting the rules of match cost him the victory. Other matches include WWE Champion Bret Hart vs. Razor Ramon, the long awaited match between Intercontinental Champion Shawn Michaels vs. Marty Jannetty match with Sensational Sherri making her return for the first time since she was knocked out with the glass mirror, Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Big Boss Man, Steiner Brothers vs. Beverly Brothers, and the debut of Bobby Heenan revealing "The Narcissist" Lex Luger.

1994 - This Rumble took place in Providence, RI at the Providence Civic Center featuring the Rumble debuts of Jim Cornette, Billy & Bart Gunn of Smokin' Gunns, Kevin "Diesel" Nash, Jeff Jarrett, Doink The Clown, Mabel & Mo of Men On A Mission, Bob "Sparky Plugg" Holly, Brian "Adam Bomb" Clark, and Great Kabuki.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Jonnathan Ritland on September 1, 2011
1993

-The Steiner Brothers vs. The Beverly Brothers: Good opening tag match here as the Steiner's showed their obvious strength edge while the Beverly's executed some good moves of their own and they cut off the ring and work over Scott Steiner's ribs. After a tag to Rick and more action, Scott hits the Frankensteiner and makes the cover to win. 7/10.

-We see a recap of the history between Shawn Michaels and Marty Jannetty, which was a great way to build up this match.

-Intercontinental Championship Match, Shawn Michaels (Champion) vs. Marty Jannetty: This was a good match as both men knew each other well from having tagged for years. Shawn worked on Marty's shoulder while Jannetty was obviously out for revenge, he did hit a nice suplex on Shawn sending him over the top rope to the floor. Shortly after Sherri went to hit Shawn with her boot but hit Jannetty and Shawn hit Sweet Chin Music and made the cover to retain his title. 8/10. Nice post match stuff where Shawn and Sherri were yelling at each other in the back and Jannetty jumped Shawn.

-Bam Bam Bigelow vs. The Big Bossman: An average big man vs. big man match here as both are very agile even for their size. Bam Bam worked on Bossman's back and Bossman does his usual antics and uses his own size to counter Bigelow, but Bam Bam ends up hitting a diving headbutt on Bossman and makes the cover to win the match. 5/10.

-WWE Championship Match, Bret Hart (Champion) vs. Razor Ramon: Despite having only been in the company for about eight months Razor found himself challenging the Hitman for the WWE title. There was also an underlying story of whether Bret's numerous title defenses in such a short time would wear him down too much for this contest.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Piper at the Gates on January 16, 2008
After re-watching these 5 Rumbles ('93-97) in this collection, I feel this Volume is a step down from the previous Volume One of the Royal Rumble Anthology. But I still think this set of Royal Rumbles is definitely worth having and much better than some the latter Royal Rumbles of this series. This collection shows the new era of wrestling in the WWF at the time, with new talent like Razor Ramon, Diesel, Jeff Jarrett, Hunter Hearst-Helmsley, Goldust, and Stone Cold Steve Austin arriving on the scene.
The 1993 Rumble has some decent matches, with the biggest highlight being the excellent Bret Hart vs. Razor Ramon WWF Championship match. Though the stupidest thing was the "unveiling of the Lex Luger" by Bobby Heenan, which is a bit disturbing when you think about some of the stuff Bobby is saying! The Rumble itself is real good as well, especially with great performances by Ric Flair and surprisingly, Bob Backlund! There's also an appearance by Giant Gonzalez that would be the lead up to the match between him and the Undertaker at Wrestlemania 9. The ending of the Rumble is kinda stupid with Randy Savage trying to pin Yokozuna instead of trying to throw him over..wtf?!
I'm gonna be honest, there were few high spots in the 1994 Royal Rumble. The match between Hart Brothers and the Quebecers wasn't that great, but do you get to see Owen Hart betray his brother Bret, and "injure" his leg so badly that its put into doubt whether Bret Hart would be able to be in the Rumble later on that evening. The Intercontinental Match between IRS and Razor Ramon was so-so, but the worst match was undoubtably the casket match between The Undertaker and Yokozuna. First off, you get to see the worst looking chock slam I've probably ever seen done by the Undertaker, but really, what kind you expect.
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