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Tna Wrestling: Hardcore Justice 2010

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On August 8 2010 TNA Wrestling presented its Hard Justice Pay-Per-View live form Orlando FL. Bonus material includes exclusive interviews photo galleries and much more.Special Features: Photo gallery. Exclusive interviews. Behind-the-Scenes footage.Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: SPORTS/GAMES Rating: TV14 Age: 856827002082 UPC: 856827002082 Manufacturer No: TNA 208

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  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Tna Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: November 2, 2010
  • Run Time: 360 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0040BJH5E
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #134,086 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Michael A. Nelson on June 24, 2016
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Yet another, and probably the last decent, ECW reunion show. Nice of TNA to do it, they certainly could have done a regular PPV. Odd to see guys beat the crap out of each other and then hug and talk about how much they love the comraderie of ECW. Some names are changed thanks to McMahon copyrighting their original ECW names (not that any were come up with in WWE-what a jerk). Reunions since this have had bad reviews and I think these guys are getting too old for this stuff. Hardcore takes a lot out of you, shortens careers. Time to call it over and work on the next generation like the ROH guys.
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In 2006, Vince McMahon decided to bring back the company of ECW as the third brand for his company which from day one recieved heavy mixed responces. Over time, WWE would slowly remove the elements of the original ECW promotion in favor of their own image & direction to the point where the last original standing in Tommy Dreamer handed in his notice only for WWE to completely drop the brand two months later. Now fast foward to six months later where TNA decided to give the ECW originals one last chance to make a final tribute to the original company with the Hard Justice PPV being changed to HardCORE Jusice: The Last Stand as this was an attempt to pay a final tribute to the original ECW company as oppossed to how WWE decided to leave the final image of ECW.

Now it should be noted that this was strictly an ECW reunion show so nobody in TNA who didn't wrestle for the original company wrestled on this show so that means there was no A.J. Styles, Kurt Angle, Samoa Joe, ect. Also to avoid copywrite issues with WWE, a few of the wrestlers names were changed and the group of ECW originals were now known as "Extreme Version 2.0" (EV2.0 for short). There were a bunch of changes to the Impact Zone (called the "Extreme Zone" for this show) as the ramp to the ring was removed, the lighting was changed as the ring was lit with the color blue while the audience was blackened, and there were traces of barbed wire on the stage, and some of the wrestlers had generic versions of their old ECW music while TNA regulars used their own. Old faces from the original ECW were brought in for the such as ring announcer Steven D'Angeles, former referees such as John Finnegan, and even Atlas Security.
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F.B.I VS Simon Diamon, Johnny Swinger, & Kid Kash: A very boring match that is stopped halfway thru to have a dance contest. I can't believe true ECW fans didnt boo this out of the building, if any even attended this event. The match resumes with F.B.I winning in the end.

Too Cold Scorpio VS CW Anderson: Another bore of a match but Scorpio did impress me with some moves he did.

Stevie Richards VS PJ Polaco: B.W.O returns & Richards wins via stevie kick in another bad match.

Sandman makes his an apperance afterwards & takes out Polaco with one cane shot.

3 Way Elimination Match: Brother Runt VS Rhino VS Al Snow, this match was just like the others, very boring. Two eliminations come very quickly & kind of says just end it already.

Team 3D VS Kahoneys & Axl Rotten: Joel Gertner does a nice promo before the match. The match itself was a mess with a this is awesome chant during a light saber duel. Kahoneys gets put thru a flaming table to end this decent match.

Tommy Dreamer VS Raven in the Final Showdown: I dont know if this is actually the final encounter between this two because i'm sure they've wrestled on various independent shows but final on PPV. I thought this would pull me out of the funk of a so-so card but this match just dragged on. Foley was guest ref but really did nothing.

RVD VS Sabu: Jerry Lynn couldn't make it so we get Sabu instead. A very good match as I thought Sabu looked good in his short TNA return.

Overall, I love ECW but they need to put these shows to rest. It's fun to see the old gang but the wrestling has just gotten bad. I thank Dreamer for the event. It was a perfect time to do this because most of the ECW originals were out of the WWE at this point in time.
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Please note that this review is from the perspective of someone who was watching the event live from the front row and does not reflect on the production of the DVD.
As someone who watched the tail end of ECW's final years, this event was a pure nostalgia-fest and probably one of the best events TNA have put on. The stage was completely handed over to the ECW guys, so there is no involvement from TNA guys who were not in the original ECW. I may be biased since Raven nearly smashed my kneecaps and Sabu practically landed in our laps, but I'm pretty sure that this show will be loads of entertainment for *any* fan of the oldschool ECW who just wants to see the old guys go at it one more time. All of the wrestlers involved in the show look like they had a blast, which makes it all the more enjoyable for those of us watching! A great show altogether, definitely worth a purchase!
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This in my opinion other than No Surrender and Lockdown 2010, this was one of the best ppv's for TNA this year. So thanks for reading, comment, rate, and all that stuff.

F.B.I vs. Kid Kash, Simon Diamond, and Johnny Swinger
Well, in my opinion, I missed this match when i watched this ppv, because i was a couple of minuets late, but i heard this was a enjoyable match, had some good moments, and a nice return victory for The "Full Blooded Italions". 3/5

Too Cold Scorpio vs. C.W Anderson
This was actually, a good match, even though for the short time of a match it was, it had some nice moments from scorpio, like the double moonsault for the win, and the action overall was just average, but good. 3.5/5

Stevie Richards vs. PJ Palaco(Justin Credible or how you spell it)
This wasn't my favorite match of the card, i really didn't see the point of it, was just mostly domination from PJ until Stevie hit a huge Stevie Kick out of nowhere to get the win. This was also very funny, especially for the BwO returning with Stevie. 2/5

After the match, PJ of course went nuts for losing in his return to Professional Wrestling since ECW went out of buisness. But, Sandman made a huge impact on the ppv and the crowd went nuts, and just took PJ out with like one shot from his handy Kendo Stick.

3-Way Dance Elimination match
Rhino vs. Al Snow vs. Brother Runt
Again, not one of my favorite matches, but this was enjoyable. Since Al's head came into play at one point(which was hilarious), but, because of all the domination on Runt, i think he was thrown into the crowd like in the ECW days in this match, but, he of course was elminated first, and then i've never seen a bigger gore from Rhino ever after this match on Al. 2.
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