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WWE: Over the Limit 2010

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Anything can happen when WWE Superstars are pushed over the limit. Don't miss Edge, John Cena, Triple H, Undertaker, Randy Orton, Shawn Michaels, Rey Mysterio, and all your favorite Superstars.

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    Parental Guidance Suggested
  • Studio: World Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: June 22, 2010
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #131,585 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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This was a good event that had some good matches on it. Not everything was great and some matches were cut short but overall it was a good event. There were at least two really good to great matches here. Plus we get a bonus match in which Bret Hart wins the US title.

1.[I-C TITLE]DREW MCINTYRE VS KOFI KINGSTON-this match came about because Drew was fired and stripped of the belt so a tournament was held with the title as the prize, Kofi won. But Vinnie Mac would reinstate Drew and he would get the title handed back to him. So this match was set up and it was a good opener for sure. Kofi kept things moving but Drew really put it on Kingston. Good back and forth action leads to Kofi getting back what was taken from him. After the match Drew would grab the mic and try to get Teddy Long to give him the belt back. But Matt Hardy would come out a lay Drew flat.

2.R-TRUTH VS TED DIBIASE-Truth is no Virgil and he made that clear to young DiBiase and that is how this match came about. So Ted comes to the ring with the actual Virgil that once managed his father. This is actually a real good match and enjoyable with Truth looking the stronger of the two. Still DiBiase does a good job here but still loses out in the end. I like the stunner thing that Truth uses during this match.

3.[PLEDGE VS HAIR MATCH]REY MYSTERIO VS CM PUNK-these two deliver yet again and give us a great match. First Rey won a match in which had he lost he had to join Punk's S.E.S. and then Punk won a hair match. So to end it all they put both stipulations on the line in this match. So these two do battle in a great match in which both men look good. There is one point were the match is stopped as Punk throws Rey into the barber set up.
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Intercontinental Champion Drew McIntyre vs. Kofi Kingston - "Who was the rightful Intercontinental Champion" was the story behind this match since Kofi won the tournament to win the vacant championship after Drew was fired & stripped of the belt only to have it handed back to him thanks to Mr. McMahon. Drew focused on the midsection throughout the match with moves such as an abdominal submission, gutbuster, and a hard kick in the ribs. Kofi tried to pick up the pace throughout the match while Drew constantly kept slowing it down before Kofi picked up the quick win here. As usual, Drew demanded that things get changed in his favor only for his bad night to continue as someone else who had unfinished business with Drew came to settle an old score.

R-Truth vs. Ted Dibiase - Since Dibiase couldn't buy Truth to make him his "Virgil", Ted came out with the original Virgil. This match was similar to the earlier contest in that Truth had the advantage over Dibiase with his fast paced style until Virgil caused a distraction for Dibiase to slow the pace down. This was an average contest between both men with one highlight being Truth executing this one move that looked like a combination of a suplex & stunner.

Rey Mysterio vs. C.M. Punk - At WrestleMania, Mysterio won the match where he would have to join the S.E.S. if he won while Punk won the rematch where his hair was on the line...so this is the final encounter with both stipulations from the previous matches applying here while the S.E.S. were banned from ringside.
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This is the BATMAN & ROBIN of WWE PPV.It is that bad.The only good matches on that card were the CM Punk-Rey Mysterio and the Tag Team Championship match.The rest were CRUD.The DQ ending to the World's championship match was just a big middle finger to WWE fans.The Double count out to the Randy Orton-Edge match was a big rip-off for Egde and Randy fans everywhere.The ending to the "I Quit" match between John Cena-Batista was so predictable you could see coming 10 miles away.not only that,it was also overbooked & excessive.Don't get me started the show's many stoppages for blood thought out the PPV.I rather watch WCW Bash At The Beach 2000 again & again,that is how much I hate this PPV.I give this event a 5 and a half out of 10.
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By BIG T on July 15, 2010
This was right here one of the worst ppv's so far in 2010, this had only some good matches and was just terrible at some points.

Intercontinental championship
Drew McIntyre vs. Kofi Kingston
Really, i wasn't very happy about the turn out to this opener. The story line was that McIntyre would get fired and that he would face the winne of kofi/christian, but this was just a little boring, but had its moments. But Kofi finally picked up the win to become the new intercontenental champ. 3.5/5

R-Truth vs. Ted Dibiase
This was also another just filler in the event. The match never had any moments at all and was just down right boring. But was a nice win for Truth, following the next night with him gaining the US title. 2/5

S.E.S Pledge vs. Hair match
Rey Mysterio vs. CM Punk
Wow, this ppv finally had a good match after two fillers. But, this match was great for all of its 13 minuets. This had highflying, brutal action. These two put everything on the line here, and the outcome came as Mysterio shaving CM Punk bald, which made him put on a rediculous mask. But, this match was only one of three good matches that night, and deserves some nice praise. 4.5/5

Unified Tag Team championship
The Hart Dynasty vs. Jerimiz
This was actually a better match than i thought it would turn out to be. These two teams put on a good and at points exciting match for the tag titles. But at the end, the miz getting dominated and given the hart attack to, was the best part in the match, and for The Hart Dynasty to pull off another great win. 4/5

Randy Orton vs. Edge
Well, i really dont have anything good to say about this match. This match could have been better, only if it was longer.
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