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WWE: Unforgiven 2008

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Coming out of SummerSlam, new rivalries unfurl as superstars and divas battle for championships and pride. In the last two years, Unforgiven has seen a number of astounding moments, including the brutal Handicap Hell in a Cell match in 2006 where D-X challenged Big Show and the McMahons, and Batista reclaiming the World Heavyweight Championship in 2007. 2008 is sure to include some equally shocking moments captured on the DVD.

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  • Actors: Wwe
  • Directors: Wwe
  • 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: October 7, 2008
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00120LPNI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #117,685 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Scotty M. on November 13, 2008
Format: DVD
After the poorly bad card at last year's Unforgiven, WWE wanted to try something different and new this year. We have seen Hell in a Cell, Elimination Chamber, Money in the Bank, Royal Rumble, TLC, Steel Cage, Last Man Standing, First Blood, Parking Lot Brawl,and much more. We've seen nearly every single match type this year already leading into the Unforgiven event. So this time around we saw the Championship Scramble match. To those who don't know the rules, here they are...

- 20 Minute Time Limit Match
- 2 Men start and every 5 minutes at random a new superstar enters the match
- Whoever scores a pin fall or submission during the 20 minute time limit becomes the current World Champion
- At the end of the 20 minutes, whoever is the current World Champion becomes the offcial World Champion

1. Ecw World Championship Scramble Match
Matt Hardy vs. Finlay vs. Miz vs. Mark Henry vs. Chavo Guerrero
This was an excellent way to start things off. And as others stated this was the best scramble match out of the 3. Hardy and Guerrero had very good showings. Even the Miz impressed me in this match. He would also bleed towards the end of the match. All four guys did a good job selling the big power moves by Henry. The falls came at perfect times. Great match. Truly a crowning moment for Matt Hardy. 4.5/5

2. World Tag Team Championship
Cryme Tyme vs. Cody Rhodes and Ted Dibiase
This was a very good tag team match. Cryme Tyme looked pretty good in this one and of course so did the tag champs of Dibiase and Rhodes. A very good wrestling tag bout. After the match, Manu makes his debut. A pretty good tag team match up. 3.5/5

3. Non-Sanctioned Match
Shawn Michaels vs.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R.A. McKenzie VINE VOICE on October 12, 2008
Format: DVD
I'll make this simple: I think UNFORGIVEN 2008 is the WWE's best PPV presentation so far this year. Every match delivered, and pointing out its imperfections would just be stupid nitpicks. I'm not gonna call this a flawless PPV, but the rest was so great that I just don't care about what's wrong with it.

I don't give out 5-star ratings often, so brace yourselves:


1) Championship Scramble - ECW Championship
Matt Hardy v. The Miz v. Chavo Guerrero
v. Mark Henry (champion) v. Finlay
---Easily the biggest surprise to me, as this was my favorite match of the PPV. This whole Scramble was just non-stop excitement. Matt & Miz started off, and delivered a back-and-forth skirmish for the entire five minutes they had. Chavo's entrance only added more to the mix. Instead of being a one-on-one affair where a wrestler took an extended break, all three men engaged in a genuine Triple Threat Match. In other words, all of them kept going at it. Mark Henry actually entered 4th, and changed the dynamic of the whole match. Things mostly proceeded as a 3-on-1 attempt to keep the giant down; to Henry's credit, he never bored me for a single second. His offense was somewhat repetitve, but Miz & Chavo & Hardy still came up with creative ways to stay in the fight. And having Finlay close the opener did nothing but help, because he's as tough and unorthodox as they come. To summarize, all five contenders -- even Mark Henry -- gave what I would call a Match-of-the-Year candidate. The whole match was an action-packed, fast-paced frenzy. A truly exciting way to kick things off, and we're just getting started!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on October 11, 2008
Format: DVD
Please excuse my bad joke in the title but after the disaster reception that was Unforgiven last year, WWE tried to based this PPV revolving around a concept. Royal Rumble has the battle royal, WrestleMania has "Money In The Bank", One Night Stand is gimmick matches, Cyber Sunday is fan interaction, Survivor Series is the tag team elimination match, and earlier this year at No Way Out was the Elimination Chamber....this Unforgiven is about the Scramble Match. Now the match itself is a mix of the Royal Rumble & the "hardcore battle royals" they used to do when the Hardcore Championship was active over 5 years ago. The official time limit is 20 minutes with two wrestlers starting & after every 5 mins., a new superstar would enter the ring. Throughout the entire time period, whoever scores a pinfall/submission over anyone else becomes the temporary champion and whoever is the "champion" at the end of that time wins the match & becomes the OFFICIAL champion.

Scramble Match: ECW Champion Mark Henry vs. Matt Hardy vs. Finlay vs. The Miz vs. Chavo Guerrero - This match set the tone for the remaining scramble matches as everyone had their certain moments like Miz getting some high flyin' in, Chavo at one point executing one of the best frog splashes I've seen from him, and Mark Henry showcasing his dominating power. Everyone, except Miz, won the championship at one point but in the end, Matt Hardy hung on to the time limit to walk out the new ECW Champion.

World Tag Team Champions Ted Dibiase & Cody Rhodes vs. Cryme Tyme - This was really just an average match between both teams that wasn't boring but then again, nothing noteworthy or exciting happened either during the match...
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