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  • Actors: Honky Tonk Man, Roddy Piper, Ted di Biase, Victoria, Vladimir Kozlov
  • Format: 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 25, 2008
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00120LPO2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #106,756 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Once again the fans take over WWE, as the annual interactive pay-per-view, Cyber Sunday, returns. The WWE fans act as general manager, voting on matches, opponents, and stipulations as the set the matches for the stars of Raw, Smackdown, and ECW.

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This years Cyber Sunday is by far the best one yet.
Nathan Oddi
Santino vs Honkey Tonk Man: The 3 Legends look like they got in shape for the match but it was still a waste.
Kindle Customer
I usually don't like these kinds of finishes, but this time it worked so well.
R.A. McKenzie

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on May 18, 2009
No Holds Barred Match: Rey Mysterio vs. Kane - This was just like their No Mercy match in that it was "David vs. Goliath" with Mysterio getting some good offense in & being was able to hold his own against Kane here with various weapons like a stop sign, kendo stick, and a chair being used at one point.

ECW Champion Matt Hardy vs. Evan Bourne - Thsi was a very athletic contest here as it was Matt Hardy showcasing his inring psychology throughout the match by focusing on Bourne's back & ribs and even getting a little stiff at times with his slams & kicks while Evan showcased a flashier offense with his high flyin'. This was one of those matches where regardless of who gets the victory, both men come out strong.

Cryme Tyme vs. John Morrison & The Miz - The battle of WWE website shows "Word Up" vs. "The Dirt Sheet" here as the fans voted for this one over the mixed tag (understandable) & the World Tag Team Title Match (didn't see that one coming). This was an average match between both teams that was good but nothing really special.

Intercontinental Champion Santino Marella vs. Honky Tonk Man - This was the payoff for Santino's "Honk-A-Meter" he's been using ever since he won the I.C. belt. All I'll say here is that this "match" was just like anything involving Santino Marella, it's just here for comedic purposes only as the match itself was so weak...it's not worth me trying to describe it. The only good thing was getting to see the Honky Tonk Man on TV for the first time in several years.

Last Man Standing Match: Undertaker vs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By R.A. McKenzie VINE VOICE on December 9, 2008
WWE CYBER SUNDAY 2008 is a PPV that never becomes as great as it could've been, but it's a good one that's worth your time & money. This is the fifth year that WWE has produced an "interactive PPV"; I usually judge these events by how much does it feel like the fans actually had control over the night's turn-of-events. If the Phoenix crowd's constant enthusiasm is any indication, then the WWE must've done something right:

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1) No Holds Barred
Rey Mysterio v. Kane
---It's a good thing this one was booked as the opener, because it feels very similar to the other matches these two have had in the past few months. Unfortunately, this was one of the weaker Kane/Mysterio outings. The main problem is that it doesn't feel like a No Holds Barred Match! Instead, I felt like I was watching a typical "underdog-Rey" match, with a few neat weapon spots toward the end. It's not terrible, and does feature a few neat exchanges & counters. But if it weren't for the Phoenix crowd's participation, I think I'd be even harsher.
"6.0 / 10"
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***Throughout the evening, the Divas cut promos for their Halloween Contest. Frankly, this is a half-good-half-bad deal. Eight of the Divas look gorgeous, in spite of their embarassing promos. And the other eight deserve bonus paychecks for looking as ridiculous as they did.***
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2) ECW Championship
Matt Hardy (champion) v. Evan Bourne
---First off, big props to the WWE Universe for selecting the increasingly-exciting Bourne as the challenger.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Perez on August 9, 2010
The Rey Mysterio-Kane-No Holds Barred match was pretty good for a opener. The Matt Hardy-Evan Bourne-ECW title match was a high-flying,hard-hitting,entertaining showstealer. The Cryme Tyme-John Morrison/The Miz tag team match was a pretty good with alot of double-teaming to boot. The Santino Marella-Honky Tonk Man-IC title match was short but sweet. The Last Man Standing Match between The Undertaker & The Big Show was a solid,hard-hitting brawl. The HHH-Jeff Hardy-WWE title match was a back-and-forth,smash-mouth,high-flying bout and the same goes for the Batista-Chris Jericho-World's title match. I give this PPV a 8 out of 10.
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A Kid's Review on April 9, 2009
No Holds Barred Match
Kane vs. Rey Mysterio
This match is a very superior opener. Mysterio works well with Kane in the ring. Better than their No Mercy battle. They bring weapons into the match more than before. The ending is scripted and a little messed up. Otherwise, Very watchable opener.

ECW Championship Match
Matt Hardy vs. Evan Bourne
Nice mix of match for these two. Hardy's grounded style mixes with Bourne's high flying style. They put on a good-lengthed match. Bourne puts on a clinic here with his high flying style. Very good match.

Cryme Tyme vs. The Miz and John Morrison
This one actually is interesting to watch. Cryme Tyme does well making their storyline with Miz and Morrison look real. It doesn't get slow or boring. It is a time filler and I think it was a little to long.

Intercontinental Championship Match
Honky Tonk Man vs. Santino Marella
Just another filler. The match is horrible but the entertainment did its job. Pretty much just used to waste time.

Last Man Standing Match
Undertaker vs. Big Show
This one is the match of the night here. This is their best match of 2008 out of their other matches. They really put on a good performance and put a lot of brutality into the match. A really weird spot is Taker staying down and the Ref at 9 but doesn't go to 10 because he is waiting for Taker to get up. Watch for that spot. Anyways, a very good big man match.

Around here is a Divas Halloween Costume Contest. Bathroom Break! Mickie James wins with the Lara Croft costume.

WWE Championship Match
Triple H vs. Jeff Hardy
This match is watchable. Their No Mercy clinic was better than this one though. This one lacked some of the energy their previous battles did.
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Favorite From CYBER SUNDAY and/or TABOO TUESDAY
#5: Chris Jericho vs. Shelton Benjamin (2004)
#4: Ric Flair vs. Randy Orton (2004)
#3: Ric Flair vs. Triple H (2005)
#2: Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels (2004)
#1: Shawn Michaels vs. Randy Orton (2007)

Best PPV: 2004
Sep 18, 2008 by Ken Weaver |  See all 5 posts
worst pay per view of 2008 say what you want about me because I don't...
You're entitled to your opinion.

Why not post a detailed review?
Nov 3, 2008 by R.A. McKenzie |  See all 3 posts
What Do You Think Will Happen?
Here is what I would like to see:

For the WWE Title: Triple Threat match
For the World Title: Stone Cold as Referee
For the ECW Title: Finlay (He HIGHLY deserves it)
For the IC Title: Goldust (Another man that deserves more credit)
Rey vs. Kane: No Holds Barred
Undertaker vs. Big Show: I Quit... Read More
Oct 23, 2008 by CE |  See all 3 posts
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