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Product Details

  • Actors: Steven Austin, The Rock
  • Format: Color, NTSC, Full Screen
  • Language: English
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: WWF Home Video
  • VHS Release Date: May 22, 2001
  • Run Time: 240 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (262 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000055ZK9
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #137,904 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Editorial Reviews

There was definitely a problem in Houston on the night of April 1, 2001. Wrestlemania X-Seven invaded the Reliant Astrodome. This video is packed with a lot of blood, sweat, tears and laughs. 11 total matches, including the Gimmick Battle Royal! Approx. 4 hours

Customer Reviews

Great ending just too damn bad they couldnt keep the alliance thing going with better talent.
A. Pierre
Must see matches: TLC II Austin vs The Rock II Kurt Angle vs Chris Benoit McMahon vs McMahon Hardcore Title Undertaker vs Triple H Trust me the money is worth it.
Khairil Fahrurrazi
Kane vs Big Show vs Raven Triple Threat Match For the Hardcore Title- Awesome match with raven having the odds against him in this one.
Undertaker

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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By alex fryling on March 2, 2006
Format: DVD
80-76%-perfect

75-71%-awsome

70-66%-good

65-61%-poor

60-56%-awful

1. Y2J vs. William Regal for the ITC title- This was a good choice as an opener. Nothing reakky special in this match but some solid wrestling in the match. There styles were a little different but regal played his part well and the right person won and got the crowd off to a good start. Winner and still ITC champ Y2J. match RAting 7/10.

2. APA and tazz vs. Right to censor- This was an average filler at best but it got its job done. A good idea to let bradshaw wrestle in his home state. He cut a good promo during the match as well. A good choice at 5 minutes and both teams put effort in the time they were given. Good filler. Winners APA and Tazz. Match rating 6.5/10.

3. Kane vs. Big Show vs. Raven for the hardcore title- This was when the event started to pick up a little. I liked this idea to put kane and big show in a hardcore match because i think they fit better in that type of match. There was not alot of hardcore action but enough and it was rather entertaining. A really nice window spot were raven gets throughn through a glass window. Winner and new wwe hardcore champ Kane. Match RAting 7.5/10.

4. Eddie Guerrero vs. Test for the europen title- This was another filler nut it played out better than i thought it would. Eddie really played his part well in this match. Thg interference from saturn helped and there were no slow spots in the match. Also a little lying cheating and stealing and that makes for a great match and a new europen cahmp. Winner and new wwe europen champ Eddie Guerrero. match Rating 7/10.

5. Chris Beniot vs. kurt Angle- This was a really good wrestling match.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Tommy G. on April 29, 2004
Format: DVD
The three words "of all time" get thrown around a lot in this day and age, and I am not innocent of constantly uttering them myself, in effect watering down their significance. But when I say that Wrestlemania X7 is the greatest Wrestlemania -- even greatest PPV -- OF ALL TIME, I am not exaggerating. Everything from the opening montage to the post-main event celebration was electric live on PPV and none of that electricity is lost on DVD.
This was a Wrestlemania that WWF needed to succeed, what with the failure of the previous year's Wrestlemania 2000. The WWF attained that success with X7, in everything from the card to live attendance to PPV buys. Most of the matches had well built storylines and were just great matches in themselves. Another treat was the Gimmick Battle Royal featuring special appearances by the always-welcome Bobby Heenan and Mean Gene.
One aspect to this PPV that made it such a success was the diversity of the card. Wrestlemania 2000 was bogged down in tag team matches, triple threats and unproven wrestlers. X7, however, had something for everyone. Technical wrestling fans will drool over Benoit vs. Angle for years to come. Hardcore fans love the TLC II match. Fans of the over-the-top storylines were into the father vs. son match. And fans of the industry's top two stars at the time, Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock, will always remember fondly their main event that night on April Fool's day in 2001.
The DVD extras aren't much, but what do you need with extras when the PPV event itself gives you one hell of a show? Even with all of the positives on this show, there are some negatives. In the aformentioned father vs.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Scotty M. on March 9, 2007
Format: DVD
Many people refer to WrestleMania 17 as the "Greatest WrestleMania Of All Time" & some will even go further then that & dare to say that this is argubably "The Greatest Wrestling Pay-Per-View" ever. With arguments could be made for both of those statements, this event is undoubtfully a must see event.

WrestleMania 17 was a significant event in World Wrestling Entertainment's history at the time. With WrestleMania 2000 previously failing on so many levels such as too many tag team matches, triple threats, & unproven wrestlers that didn't belong on the card whatsoever, WWE needed WrestleMania X-Seven to succeed & it did.

This WrestleMania card had something for everyone to appreciate that WrestleMania 2000 didn't have. True technical wrestling for the true wrestling fans in the Benoit/Angle confrontation, hardcore wrestling for the die-hard ECW fans in the Hardcore Title Match & in the TLC 2 Match, over-the-top storylines including the Father vs. Son McMahon Family Street Fight involving all four members of the McMahon Family, having the Gimmick Battle Royal for entertainment, & having 4 of the greatest superstars (at the time) squaring off against one another in HHH vs. Undertaker & in the main event as The Rock battled Stone Cold Steve Austin with the aftermath surprising everyone in the building & watching on TV.

Intercontinental Champion Chris Jericho Vs. William Regal - A very good choice for an opener. Nothing really memorable or exciting in the match but solid wrestling. Jericho was selling his injured shoulder leaving Regal targeting it throughout the match. Not a technical masterpiece but its a match that did its job. 3.5/5

A.P.A. & Tazz Vs. Right To Censor - This was an average filler at best but it served its purpose.
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If you buy the original WWF release of X-Seven, then you have nothing to worry about. The original WWF DVD release retains all the original music including "My Way", as well as the scratch logo. In my opinion, you'd be better off searching for the original releases of each Wrestlemania,... Read More
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