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WWE: SummerSlam 2010

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Editorial Reviews

It's the biggest event of the Summer, and this year, it's making a return engagement in Los Angeles. The WWE Universe will be watching as the Superstars of World Wrestling Entertainment bring SummerSlam to the Staples Center. Last year's show saw the triumphant return of D-Generation X and stunning championship victories for Randy Orton and CM Punk.

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  • Actors: Edge, Chris Jericho, R-Truth, John Morrison, Bret Hart
  • 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: September 14, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003Q7B7GU
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,765 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bruce on February 13, 2013
Format: DVD
I can admit this...i liked this event. It really had me entertained through 3 of the best matches of this ppv. So lets start with the wwe title match. This match had everything you could ask for in a title match between sheamus and orton but wwe drop the ball on this one by making sheamus get dq. I think they did a good job with sheamus as a heel but they kept having him get dq in his title defenses. Overall this match was good but dont expect a conclusive ending to this match. The next match was the world title match between kane and rey mysterio. These put on a better performance than orton and sheamus match. The main reason is bc they had an ending lol. The downside to this match is the ridiculous storyline that developed between these 2 men lol. Anyway moving on to the main event, this was the best match on the card. It was wwe vs nexus which reminded me alot of wwe vs wcw survivor series match. Almost a perfect match to rate this ppv it was a 6.5/10 but not a bad ppv though.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Scotty M. on September 15, 2010
Format: DVD
Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler Vs. Kofi Kingston - If you remember last year's opener between Rey Mysterio and Dolph Ziggler, then it would be safe to say this year's event was going to start off strong but that wasn't the case here. Dolph was accompanied by Vickie Guerrero as he entered this return match for the Intercontinental title againt Kofi. Kofi started out aggressive and strong hitting various moves until Dolph gained the upperhand with numerous counters and reversals. As the match went on, it began to develop into a very good back and forth encounter until the Nexus showed up out of nowhere just to make their presence known and to preach about their 7 on 7 match scheduled to take place later on. The ending was certainly disappointing and the reason behind it, it should have never happened to begin with. 2.5/5

Divas Champion Alicia Fox Vs. Melina - Melina returned to her hometown of L.A. as she entered the match in some unusual entrance attire. We saw Melina using some interesting wrestling moves that we don't normally get from her before it looked like Melina reinjured herself which gave Alicia the opportunity to take control. From there, Alicia worked on the arm before Melina suddenly regained the momentum as it led her regaining the Divas championship. The aftermath involved LayCool (Layla & Michelle McCool) coming out and ruining Melina's emotional celebration. But overall, this match was more of a one-woman show that showcased Melina winning back her Divas title a part from LayCool making their appearence. 2/5

Big Show Vs. Straight Edge Society: CM Punk, Joseph Mercury, & Luke Gallows - This was a 3 on 1 handicap match that was held under tornado rules which allowed all three members of the S.E.S. to be in the ring at once.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. Marsiglia on August 21, 2010
Format: DVD
Had this been a B-level ppv show, such as a Night of Champions or Extreme Rulez, this would have been considered only a slightly below average show. But when one takes into account the fact that, buyrate wise, SummerSlam is the WWE's 3rd biggest event of the year (and their biggest event of the summer), it is unfair to say that this was a remotely good show. As far as SummerSlams go it was one of the worst there's ever been. In my opinion, only the 1989, 1990, and 1996 editions were worse than this one. There were only two good matches on the show, and one of them had one of the worst and most destructive finishes (business wise)that there has been in pro wrestling in a long time. In conclusion, do not buy this dvd. Matches are rated out of 5 stars (*****).

1) Intercontinental Championship Match
Dolph Ziggler (c) w/ Vickie Guerrero vs. Kofi Kingston

This was a weird one, and not particularly good. They wrestled for about 6 or 7 minutes before starting to go into some near falls, which the crowd got into, but other than that this was as basic as it gets. Dolph then locked on a sleeper, was about to win, seemingly, and then Nexus came out and destroyed Kofi, thus ending the match in a no contest. Normally this would have bothered me, but considering this was built as a one match show, it helped get Nexus over that much more and I was fine with that. Plus nobody paid to see this match anyway. *1/2

2) Diva' sChampionship Match
Alicia Fox (c) vs. Melina

I have seen worse women's matches, but this was quite atrocious. Half-way through the match they worked a spot where Melina acted as though she hurt her knee agai, almost like a shoot, but then seconds later she jumped off the top rope and sold no pain whatsoever.
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Format: DVD
Dolf Ziggler vs. Kofi Kingston IC Title
I was enjoing this opener until the Nexus ended. The match started a lil slow but deffinetly picked up. I like what both men can do in the ring and like the dolf push but would have liked a clean finish. The one plus about the finish was it gave a sense of unpredictablity that WWE is lackin lately.
6 out of 10

Alicia Fox vs. Melina
Does anyone care about a WWE womens match anymore. They r terrible in the ring and r just there for eye candy.

Big Show vs. SES(Punk, Gallows, & Mercury)
This match was somewhat entertaining just didn't like the booking here. It does no good for one of the biggest of WWEs future, CM Punk. On Summerslam he need 2 others tornado style, meaning all 4 in at the same time, to take on big show.

Shamus vs. Randy Orton WWE Championship
I really enjoyed this evenly match contest with 2 WWE stars. I wasn't sure of Orton as a fan fav but it's only helping his starstudded career. Great back and forth match with a decent amount of near-falls. Again, the issue was the finish. I did like that they seemed 2 give anough time for the match 2, just hate the overdone heel DQ finish on a Pay Per View.
7.5 might have been higher with a better finish

Kane vs. Ray Mysterio World Championship
Confused with this being Smackdowns main event for the title. Kane hasn't done much all year and then all of a sudden hes champion, fighting Ray who also didn't seem like they had big plans with earlier. Hate when they butcher the title like that, anyway, they did however get me into it as kane and ray have had good matches in the past. It was entertaining with a clean finish, wow.
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