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WWE: Survivor Series Anthology, Vol. 2 - 1992-1996 (2009)

Bret Hart , Bob Backlund , Kevin Dunn  |  NR |  DVD
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)

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Product Details

  • Actors: Bret Hart, Bob Backlund, Mark Calaway, Rodney Anoai, King Kong Bundy
  • Directors: Kevin Dunn
  • Writers: Steven Anderson
  • Producers: Vince McMahon
  • Format: 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: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: World Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: November 3, 2009
  • Run Time: 900 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002K0WBX2
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,817 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "WWE: Survivor Series Anthology, Vol. 2 - 1992-1996" on IMDb

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The Superstars of Raw, SmackDown, and ECW all battle to be the ultimate survivors! For the 23rd consecutive year, the Superstars of WWE come together for Survivor Series. Its unique 5-on-5 elimination matches have always been favorites among WWE fans and this year will see some unique teams built and destroyed. Many of the biggest superstars in WWE look to leave an indelible mark on the sports entertainment landscape.

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3.0 out of 5 stars The "New Generation" Era Of Survivor Series November 5, 2009
Well, after WWE has already released anthologies on their other 3 major's time for the final one in their "Big Four" being the Survivor Series. This second volume is from the "New Generation" era of the event where WWE started to have a mix of regular matches as well combined with the traditional
elimination matches. Now keep in mind that I'm doing my reviews from either the VHS version with the unedited event or a replay I caught off WWE Classics On Demand.

1992 - This Survivor Series went away from the traditional format of having a heavy focus on elimination matches and came off as a normal PPV during this time. This was one of those events where the main events were the highlights & saved the show. 5 years before they would have their infamous title match in Montreal, Bret Hart defended the WWE Championship against Shawn Michaels (who also happened to be the Intercontinental Champion) in a 30 min. lost classic while the other main event featured the inring return of Mr. Perfect teaming with Randy Savage against Ric Flair & Razor Ramon. The only elimination match on here was Jimmy Hart's former tag teams of Natural Disasters & Nasty Boys against Beverly Brothers & Hart's then-current team of Money Inc. however this was under the rules of "when one person is eliminated, his parter is eliminated too." The rest of the card featured the first ever Coffin/Casket Match with Undertaker vs. Kamala, the Nightstick Match between Big Boss Man & Nailz, an underrated match of Tatanaka vs. Rick Martel, Headshrinkers vs. High Energy, and Yokozuna squashing Virgil. This has a reputation of being one of the worst S. Series events as with the exception of the main events & the Tatanka/Martel match, the matches on here just weren't good in quality or were just a quick match (5 min.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Classic Wrestling April 7, 2013
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This event is a classic from the hey day back in the eighties and nineties. Many great wrestlers and matches on these discs. Highly recommended.
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5.0 out of 5 stars mean December 10, 2012
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awesome pity it wasnt in blu ray.really good reminds me why i used to love wrestling better than the crap today old school hard
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5.0 out of 5 stars Looking for a Survivor June 25, 2010
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Since other reviewers have already gone into great detail on the matches I think I'll just talk about what makes this set good for me. I'm a former wrestling fan who watched from approximately 1998-2003 who grew to love the Pre-Attitude WWF matches from 1985-1997 and now only buys the occasional DVD to have a complete set of the Big Four PPVs or career sets for specific wrestlers or events. This is good for the classic fan because the whole events have never been released on DVD before. 1992 is most well known for a clash between old WWF and the new generation as in one match Mr. Perfect and Macho Man Randy Savage battle Ric Flair and Razor Ramon, while in the other main event New Champion Bret Hart battled Shawn Michaels in a preview of what was to come over the next few years. 1993 for me comes down to the opening tag match and the Family Feud Match that laid the stones for the feud of 1994 between Bret Hart and Owen Hart. 1994 was once again fronted by a good opening match, a casket match between Undertaker and Yokozuna, and a thirty-forty minute submission match for the title between Bret Hart and Bob Backlund, which would never take place on today's WWE. 1995 is best known for the no DQ championship match between Bret Hart and Diesel that began to turn Diesel heel and laid groundwork towards Hart- Michaels at Wrestlemania XII. 1996 featured the first match between Bret Hart and Stone Cold Steve Austin that had this really cool old veteran vs. new star feel to it. The Undertaker battles Mankind in a match that had crazy action for 1996 and Shawn Michaels does battle with Psyco Sid and the crazy NY fans cheer for Sid.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Classic WWF Throwback February 1, 2010
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Great throwback of my all time favorite wrestlers throwing it down in the squared circle. Went down memory lane watching this DVD, brought it as a christmas gift for a big wrestling fan and he loved every minute if it, so much he shares it with other family members.
Even the new generation WWE fans can appreciate this DVD volume 1 & 2.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great set January 4, 2010
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I got this and the Volume 1 for my brother for Christmas. Brought back a lot of good memories for him. He loved it.
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Survivor Series Anthologies Vol. 1 & 2 are out on 11/3/09. Why is'nt the...
same question i asked i don't know whats up with that
Sep 19, 2009 by Luis Guerrero |  See all 7 posts
Which DVD should I buy?
It depends on what you like.
If you like WCW - I would get History of the World Heavyweight Championship and the Rise and Fall of WCW.
If you like the WWF era - the Randy Savage and Hulk Hogan collection.
If love wrestling in general without any preferences as to era or superstars and want a... Read more
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