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Tagged Classics 2003: Bad Blood/Vengeance

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WWE continues their "Tagged Classics" line with the Bad Blood 2003/Vengeance 2003 2003 two-pack sets,featuring the Biggest Superstars of WWE in their greatest moments

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Product Details

  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: World Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: September 2, 2008
  • Run Time: 360 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001CD6G48
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #177,662 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By R.A. McKenzie VINE VOICE on August 3, 2008
WWE is about to release another "Tagged Classics" release. Just like their previous pairings, there's some good and some bad. This is actually a pretty easy review to write:

"BAD BLOOD 2003 is average, but VENGEANCE 2003" is awesome!"

That about sums it up. But if you want more detail than that, here's my two cents:

* BAD BLOOD 2003
---RAW's first exclusive PPV wasn't received very well back 5 years ago. But oddly enough, everyone seems to have a different opinion on where this card went wrong. The Redneck Triathlon - a trio of "competitions" between RAW GMs Stone Cold Steve Austin and Eric Bischoff - is dumb comedy. Some people find it to be a guilty pleasure, while others think it was ridiculous waste of time. The Hell-In-A-Cell main event pitting Kevin Nash against World Heavyweight champion Triple H (with Mick Foley as referee) has been called one of the worst, but I actually enjoyed it quite a bit. Goldberg's best WWE match was arguably against Chris Jericho on this very night. Some of us were thoroughly entertained with the match, but nay-sayers still aren't impressed. The only part where most fans seem to agree is Shawn Michaels and Ric Flair's impressive one-on-one affair. While not as emotional as their WRESTLEMANIA 24 showdown, the action is just as entertaining. But even though I think your reasons will be different than mine, I don't think BAD BLOOD 2003 is anything to go out of your way to see.

* VENGEANCE 2003
---SMACKDOWN's first brand-exclusive PPV, on the other hand, is an oustanding card from start to finish.
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By I. Koster on December 7, 2008
How come this says Bad Blood 2003 but has the cover of Bad Blood 2004?
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Loved it, sorry that I didnt buy it years ago. Was worth the wait.
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This awesome set and must have WWE DVD collection one of the best year beside 2011 or 2012 the year of CM Punk it was a good choice Like I said must have
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The "Tagged Classic" series are old WWE PPV events that they package together & release as a set together for those who didn't catch them back when they originally were released. And to answer the big question surrounding every release of a PPV since July of last year is that Chris Benoit has not been edited out of the events. These are just re-releases of the original PPV DVD events.

RAW's Bad Blood:
The next stage of the brand extension took place starting at this PPV as this was the first of the brand only PPV's (not including the U.K. PPV's) where only members of the brand roster would appear on the show. Stone Cold Steve Austin & Eric Bischoff at this time were co-General Managers of RAW & decided to have a contest against each other throughout the show known as the "Redneck Triathlon" where they would face off in three different events throughout the night from a burping contest to a "pie" eating contest & finally what was suppose to be a singing contest but turned into "pig pen fun." Mick Foley returned to the WWE for the first time in over 18 months to officiate the Hell In A Cell match between World Champion Triple H & Kevin Nash that got so violent that even Foley himself was busted open. 5 years before their more famous match at WrestleMania 24, Ric Flair faced off against Shawn Michaels in a match that was real good but limited to what they could do due to time restraints. Goldberg went out to settle an old score with Chris Jericho dating back to their days from WCW where again it was as good as it possibly could be with how limited Goldberg was in the ring. Other matches saw World Tag Team Champions Kane & Rob Van Dam vs. La Resistance where Kane was clearly more distracted by what happened with Steve Austin earlier in the week, Booker T returning to his hometown vs.
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