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WWE Summerslam: The Complete Anthology, Volume Three (2009)

The Rock , Wwe  |  PG-13 |  DVD
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  • Actors: The Rock
  • Directors: Wwe
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 5
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: World Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: August 4, 2009
  • Run Time: 900 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00281CCK0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #81,874 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "WWE Summerslam: The Complete Anthology, Volume Three" on IMDb

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For twenty years now, the hottest action during the hottest months could be found in only one place—SummerSlam! The WWE’s signature event of the summer has seen a number of memorable championship bouts and grudge matches.

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Absolute Best of The "SummerSlam" Anthology May 13, 2009
Volume 3 of the "WWE SummerSlam Anthology" is easily the best of the bunch. Not only is it the most well-rounded package, but the five PPVs included are among the best of the entire "SummerSlam" Anthology, from 1988 all the way to 2008. The least of the events (the 2000 edition, IMO) is still a good card.

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*****1998*****
Our first PPV of Volume 3 is a good one. The 1998 "SummerSlam" includes a handful of solid matches, while the rest is at least watchable. The show's two main events are among the best from the Attitude Era. The Rock and Triple H probably stole the show with their Ladder Match for the Intercontinental Title. Even today, this decade-old fight holds us incredibly well. The main event pitted The Undertaker against `Stone Cold' Steve Austin for the WWF Championship. In my opinion, this is the best match Taker & Austin had with each other. It's a wild frenzied brawl that shows how talented both men were, especially considering they had to follow a Ladder Match that had the crowd exhausted.

The rest of the card is pretty good. The opener features Val Venis challenging D'Lo Brown for the European Title, probably the first notable PPV appearance from either man. X-Pac and Jeff Jarrett had a solid Hair-vs-Hair contest, in which Howard Finkel had a minor role after Double J cut his hair days before the PPV.

Sable and Marc Mero continued their feud, with both picking a partner in mixed tag team action. The highlight is Sable revealing Edge to be the mystery partner, and both men worked well together, as did the ladies.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This is the third volume of the SummerSlam Anthology that was already released. These were the periods where the "Attitude" era was in full force.

1998 - SummerSlam returns to Madison Square Garden on the final stop of the "Highway To Hell" highlighted by the WWE Championship match between Steve Austin vs. Undertaker. The other top match on this card were the leaders of both The Nation & D-Generation X going at it in a ladder match for the Intercontinental Championship as Triple H went against The Rock. Other matches include Edge making his WWE PPV debut teaming with Sable vs. Marc Mero & Jacqueline, X-Pac vs. Jeff Jarrett in a hair match, D'Lo Brown defending the European Title vs. Val Venis, Ken Shamrock vs. Owen Hart in a Lion's Den match, Mankind defending the Tag Team Champions alone vs. New Age Outlaws, and the Oddities vs. Kaientai with a performance from Insane Clown Posse. This is one of those classic SummerSlam's that provided everything & was a hot card from top to bottom here.

1999 - The highlight of this SummerSlam was the return to WWE after 9 years (and a bunch of controversy between him & the company in that time) of the then-Gov. of Minnesota in Jesse "The Body" Ventura to referee the main event...which for those trivia fans is actually the second time he's done that. Steve Austin defended the WWE Championship in a triple threat match against Triple H and the returning Mankind, The Rock met Mr. Ass (Billy Gunn) in a "Kiss My Ass" match, X-Pac & Kane defended the Tag Team Championship against the Undertaker & Big Show, Womens Champion Ivory vs. Tori, Al Snow met Hardcore Champion Big Boss Man in a match that ended up in a bar across the street, Ken Shamrock's last WWE PPV vs.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Summerslam Anthology Vol.3 July 10, 2011
SummerSlam 1998

D-Lo Brown Vs. Val Venis (WWF European Championship Match) - Overall, a good opener. I liked how Val was putting on D-Lo's chest protector. After the match, Venis hit The Money Shot on the ref. I bet that cost him some money lol.

Kaientai Vs. The Oddites (Handicap Match) - Worst of the entire card.

X-Pac Vs. Jeff Jarrett (Hair Vs. Hair Match) - I liked this match a lot. But the highlight for me was the shaving of Jeff's hair. Not only was X-Pac there, but Droz, Headbangers & even Howard Finkel who was a one night DX member, helped out!

Sable & Edge Vs. Marc Mero & Jacqueline (Mixed Tag Team Match) - I only liked Edge in this match. He was the mysterious enigmatic & tortured soul who came & exited through the crowd which I loved. I loved this version of Edge though they were all great.

Owen Hart Vs. Ken Shamrock (Lion's Den Match) - This took place at the MSG Theater, not where the rest of the card happened. It was a good match. It was hard worked by both men. Not my favorite though.

The New Age Outlaws Vs. Mankind & Kane (No DQ match for the WWF World Tag Team Titles) - Wow. Mankind has some testicular fortitude as he likes to say to compete in a handicap match against a team, hell best on regaining the tag titles. No one knew Kane was in the arena till he showed up after the match.

HHH w/Chyna VS. The Rock w/Mark Henry (WWF Intercontinental Ladder Match) - No doubt, an important match in both men's careers. This was some match. Worth more than one viewing. The DX Band sang HHH to the ring.

"Stone Cold" Steve Austin Vs. The Undertaker (WWF World Title Match) - I absolutely loved this! One of the best SSlam main events & one of Taker's best matches. Austin said it wasn't one of his best.
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