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WWE: No Way Out 2007

4.3 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Actors: John Cena, Batista, Shawn Michaels, Undertaker, Bobby Lashley
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: World Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: March 20, 2007
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000KHX72G
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #117,391 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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I've been saying ever since No Mercy 2004 that SmackDown has been on a streak of good PPV's but unfortunately I had to say that came to an end here for a disappointing No Way Out...and I was there live. The show wasn't bad but there was more bad than good for this show.

Hardy Boyz & Chris Benoit vs. MNM & MVP - First of all, WWE had originally advertised a rematch from the Armageddon Ladder Match but then it was cancelled at the last minute & we ended up getting this match...plus is was just weird to see Benoit in a opening filler match. Putting that aside, the match itself was good for an opener as everyone worked really hard.

Crusierweight Open: Crusierweight Champion Gregory Helms vs. Funaki vs. Jamie Noble vs. Daivari vs. Shannon Moore vs. Jimmy Wang Yang vs. Chavo Guerrero - The match itself was decent but with this "gauntlet" format, nobody really has much time to show off what they can do. With that in mind, the match was decent but really disappointing for two reasons. One was the end of the Gregory Helms record setting title reign without a real storyline to it. And the second was that Chavo Guerrero came out as "a surprise entrant" but his picture was on the WWE.com website advertising the match so the surprise came off really flat & him winning the title was predictable.

Boogeyman & Little Boogeyman vs. Finlay & Little Bastard - This was just more of a comedy match than anything else but it got real dry at parts (ala whenever they went for their worms) and the ending made me laugh. Besides that, you'll either laugh or hate this one.

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I'm gonna make this short, because quite frankly, there isn't much to say. So, here we go:

The main event features the "RAW" WrestleMania main event teaming against the "SmackDown" WrestleMania main event. I like to call this an "all-star match", meaning that even though nothing is at stake, the match is an excellent showcase for four superstars to put on a great match. Shawn Michaels and John Cena ("RAW") competed against Undertaker and Batista ("SmackDown") in one of the year's best matches. The combinations are fascinating, like seeing Undertaker and Shawn Michaels square off after almost 10 years since their last official match (Royal Rumbles aside). I wasn't a big fan of Batista back in 2007, but he really started to shine when working with Taker. John Cena has always been hit-or-miss with me, but he was on a streak of good matches at this point, which shows in this tag team contest. This is just such a good 2-on-2 bout that I almost recommend the DVD...

...But that's where it stops!

There are several other tag team matches on the card, only one of them any good. The opener pits MNM and M.V.P. against Chris Benoit and The Hardys. While not as great as it looks, it's still a solid way to get a show going, with all six guys getting their chance to work for a good length of time.

No Way Out 2007 also features Finlay & Little Bastard (aka Hornswoggle) against The Boogeyman and Little Boogey. Finlay is awesome, the midgets are amusing, and Boogeyman sucks. Sorry, but Boogeyman never worked a decent match in his entire WWE career, with most of them being squashes and/or flatout boring. Amusing, but forgettable.
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The 6 man tag team match was pretty good for a opener. The Cruiserweight Open was a high-flying showstealer. The Mixed tag team match between the team of Finlay & Little "B" against the team of Boogeyman & Little Boogeyman was a pointless comedy filler. The King Booker-Kane match was a solid back-and-forth brawl. The Smackdown tag team title match between the team of Paul London & Brian Kendrick & the team of Deuce 'n Domino was a high-flying,hard-hitting tag bout. The ECW World title match between Bobby Lashley & Mr.Kennedy was a pretty good match and it could have done better without the lousy DQ ending. I mean,why could'nt they make the match a hardcore match? Afterall,it is the ECW World title. The HBK/John Cena-Undertaker/Batista tag team main event was a hard-fought,nail-biting,heart-stopping tag team bout. I give this PPV a 8 out of 10.
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It was a good DVD and was in well shape, thanks for sending this to me in my order, no scratches or anything!!!
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WWE's No Way out 2007 was just another average pay per view. There were one or two good matches and a couple poor matches. Let's take a look at the matches:

The Hardy Boyz and Chris Benoit versus MNM and Montel Vontavius Porter:

This was a great way to kick off the show. These guys were given about fifteen minutes and they put a lot of effort into the match and it really shows. Although MVP looked a little out of place here, everyone else worked really well together. It's a shame that they have no storyline for Chris Benoit, but at least they found a way to work him into the pay per view.

Cruiserweight Open:

This was a decent match, but, as usual, the cruiserweights were not given a fair amount of time to show what they can do. The surprise entrant at the end of the match was a little predictable, but it was nice to see that the defending champion was not even involved in the conclusion of the match. The cruiserweight division has been stagnant for some time. But WWE needs to offer an alternative to TNA's X-Division, so the cruiserweights should be given more match time in the future. This match was a good way to start that off.

Finlay and Little Bastard versus the Boogeyman and Little Boogeyman:

There isnt a whole lot to say about this match as it was, really, more of a comedy than an actual match. There was a decent about of humor, and a little wrestling, but nothing outstanding in either regard.

King Booker versus Kane:

This was a really good match. Both Kane and Booker can wrestle and they were given enough time to put on a solid show. The match benefited also from a clean ending, which is so often absent from King Booker's matches. Kane has looked really good since moving over to Smackdown!
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