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As the demonic structure comes down all hell breaks loose in a match for the ages. Batista has the World Heavyweight Championship, Triple H has an undefeated record inside the unforgiving steel chamber, something's gotta give. Don't miss a bone pounding moment of Hell in a Cell. Hell in a Cell Batista vs. Triple H World Heavyweight Championship John Cena vs. Christian vs. Chris Jericho Triple-Threat Match for the WWE Championship Carlito vs. Shelton Benjamin Intercontinental Title Match Kane vs. Edge (w/Lita) Shawn Michaels vs. Kurt Angle Christy Hemme vs. Victoria

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  • Actors: Kurt Angle, Triple H
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: World Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: July 26, 2005
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (209 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0009VI4S0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #106,017 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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4.5 out of 5 stars

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ervin Griffin on July 30, 2005
Format: DVD
Once in a while, the WWE puts on a card that is damn near perfect! WWE Vengeance 2005 is one of those cards.

Carlito Vs. Shelton Benjamin - Good opener. Not really that impressed with Carlito but he plays his heel role pretty good. Shelton just didn't seem like himself in this match but still put on a good show. Match ends with Carlito baiting Benjamin into a "Stinger Splash" into the exposed turnbuckle. Carlito quickly pins Shelton to retain.

Christy Hemme Vs. Victoria - Worst match on the card but it was better than I thought it would be. I am glad Victoria won because Christy is pushed way too much (though that isn't totally her fault/blame the WWE management for that one)! DID like the mean streak they are trying to give her (Christy) though. If they let her grow at her own pace, she could be the one to step in one day should Trish Stratus go away. Trish, interesting enough, traveled a similar road as Christy (only she didn't strip for PLAYBOY) so she could almost be a good mentor to Christy. They ought to consider putting Trish/Christy together as a duo (kind of like Gail Kim/Molly Holly was at one point). Anyway, getting off point here! Just a random thought.

Kane Vs. Edge - Better than expected! Crowd is merciless on Lita (who admittedly was looking sexy/never had a great face but the body is on point) and deservedly so though neither man in the ring was a choir boy! Last 5 minutes makes the whole match! Kane wins with his chokeslam after surviving interference from Gene Snitzky.

Shawn Michaels Vs. Kurt Angle - I've read many that said this was better than their match at WrestleMania 21. I don't know about that as I think both matches were great but in different ways. The first time was more stalemated.
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By jo on July 2, 2005
Format: DVD
WOW! Vengeance has got to be the best Raw brand ppv ever.

The matches are

1.Carlito vs Shelton Benjamin- I.C title

This was a surprisingly good match with loads of near falls and the crowd was actually cheering for Carlito which was strange.Benjamin was impressive as always and it was Carlito's best match yet in the wwe. 7.5/10

2.Victoria vs Christy Hemme

Not that good of a womens match,it was more of a cat fight mixed with some wrestling.Christy just isnt ready to wrestle yet.It is definately watchable though with some decent offense by Victoria. 5/10

3.Kane vs Edge

I wasn't really looking forward to this match as there past encounters have been average at best but this was a Very entertaining match.Good effort by both men and easily there best match together.The overbooking really made the end more exciting.This was Edge's 1st loss on ppv this year which made me happy.7/10

4.Shawn Michaels vs Kurt Angle

One of the best matches in the history of wrestling.Absolutely

brilliant, i dont know how shawn and kurt do it but this match shows just how talented they really are.Theres brawling, technical wresling and some great spots including a german suplex onto the annouance table which didnt budge at all and a wicked powerbomb into the top turnbuckle.I could go on and on but all you need to know is that this is an almost perfect match.The only thing i can think of against it is that there Wrestlemania match was slightly more special to me. 10/10

We then get a segment with Lillian asking Viscera to marry him.A waste of time but it was really just used to give us a break from the action as we did just watch the best match we may ever see so it does serve its purpose...i suppose.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jason Kahn on September 2, 2003
Format: DVD
I'm not sure if this was some sort of mistake, but why did WWE leave everything off of this DVD?
There are ZERO extras, which is weird because if you think about it, they had two months worth of build-up before this event. If you remember, Smackdown! didn't have a PPV after Judgement Day. So one would think some extras would have the U.S. Title Tournament highlights and the Confidential story on Zack Gowen. But nope. None. Zero. Nothing.
And for some reason, the UPC code isn't anywhere to be found. So if you were collecting all of the PPV DVD's of this year trying to get that box-set cover...guess what? You won't be able to get it without the UPC.
It's a shame WWE had to ruin this PPV with an awful DVD. But for some reason, I think they will re-release the DVD when they notice something went wrong.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Sacred Dust on April 15, 2014
Format: DVD
((NOTE: Wow. Amazon screwed up here, because I'm seeing a bunch of reviews for Vengeance 2005--a RAW PPV that was also great--are also on the Vengeance 2003 page. You should probably fix that guys, or a lot of newer fans are going to be confused about which DVD they're buying.))

**THE STORY**
Anyway, down to business! This was the first Smackdown exclusive pay-per-view since the brand split in spring 2002, and boy did it ever blow RAW's Bad Blood out of the water and use it for skeet shooting. Just when WWE had totally failed to give me a satisfying show since Mania XIX and I was having doubts, Smackdown came to the rescue. All the ingredients were there: a hot crowd, a great card, and wrestlers working their asses off to make this thing memorable. Did they succeed? As Stone Cold would say, "hell yeah!"

**THE SHOW**
Chris Benoit vs. Eddie Guerrero for the U.S. Title: awesome opener. These guys had a special chemistry in the ring no matter what promotion they were in, and it shows here. In one of their best matches together in WWE, Benoit is determined to win the tournament for the title (resurrected from WCW), but don't forget Latino Heat's motto: lie, cheat, and steal. Jamie Noble/Billy Gunn, the First (and only) APA Barroom Brawl Invitational, and Stephanie vs. Sable were gimmicky matches that served their purpose but were kept mercifully short. Mysterio and Kidman tore the house down with The World's Greatest Tag Team, and the next match gave up-and-comer John Cena a great chance to shine against Undertaker.

The only match that hurt the show even a little bit, both because of the guys in there and how long it lasted, was Zach Gowen vs. Vince McMahon.
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