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WWE: Royal Rumble - The Complete Anthology, 1988-2007

4.2 out of 5 stars 75 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

January 28, 2007 will go down in history as the 20th anniversary of Royal Rumble. Fans always loved this unique match, and when a WrestleMania title shot sweetened the winner's pot, it became on of the most important annual events on the WWE's calendar. T

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Product Details

  • Actors: Shawn Michaels, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Mick Foley
  • Format: Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, 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: 20
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: World Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: March 13, 2007
  • Run Time: 3300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000KHX726
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #78,442 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Format: DVD
honestly...this is ridiculous. the audio for all the dvd's(every one)are nothing more than crappy mono(very poor)with the sound very low & the commentators very high?. where are the dolby digital 5.1 stereo surround sound wwe dvds we are use to getting everytime. the packaging sucks badly(why not do it as with the past wrestlemania anthology with a bottom & top lid), it splits even with being careful, a lot of footage is removed outta no where(most noteably the wwf superstar line segments), you can tell of this because of the splicing job they constantly do. the audio constantly skips(jumping) when wwf is verbally mentioned, the blurred logos are jittery & shake when theres frame movements. the blurred logo's look like garbage...the blurs look like heavy ice cube blocks on the everything especially the turnbuckles(they even go as far as to blur in-between the turnbuckles...for what?????). seriously i swear in this set they censor dozens of original themes filmed at the the time of the event when it took place(all this very annoying). 1 more thing...there are these awkward "picture motion"(also known as picture speed)frame distortions during the 1999 royal rumble...some examples during 1999 are @: 3:38-3:44, 5:11-5:16, 1:06:35-1:06:45, 2:10:34-2:10:39, 2:35:23-2:35:46, & 2:45:02-2:45:18. it does'nt look "live" at all. it looks like the picture motion(speed)movie companys use for their big motion picture movies & sitcoms. or even vcd(video compact disc)quality. this is truly unacceptable. no reason for this to be taking place. wwe needs to apoligize to their fans right now, recall this whole set, replace all these defective dvd disc's with some newly mastered ones...free of charge. i honestly don't get vince mcmahon & wwe alot of the times on the way they think when it comes to their dvd projects.Read more ›
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Format: DVD
This collection takes a look at The Royal Rumble cards from 2003 thru 2007. And, for those that wonder, the footage of the now infamous Chris Benoit is intact. Now, lets get to the cards:

Royal Rumble 2003

Big Show Vs. Brock Lesner - A rematch from their Survivor Series 2002 match with the winner getting a slot in The Royal Rumble match later in the card. Not a bad match to start off with.

The Dudleyz Vs. Lance Storm/William Regal (World Tag Team Title Match) - A good tag team bout which saw Regal and Storm's dirty tricks backfire as The Dudleyz collect another tag team title.

Torrie Wilson Vs. Dawn Marie - The second weakest bout on the card. Thankfully, it was kept short.

Triple H w/Ric Flair Vs. Scott Steiner (World Heavyweight Championship Match) - This has to be one of the worst world title bouts ever! I'd stop short of calling it THE worst but its up there! While HHH is a good performer, he has to be in there with someone that compliments his style and Steiner wasn't that guy! It really stunk up the joint!

Chris Benoit Vs. Kurt Angle (WWE Title Match) - This, along with the Rumble itself, saves this card! Despite his twisted and evil actions, no one can take away the fact that Chris Benoit (along with Kurt) gave us one of the best WWE title matches ever. No, I am not forgetting what he did to his family but if this is going to be a true anthology, then I am glad WWE had the stones to keep this match on here. History of any kind shouldn't ever be censored to please people. If that were the case then 9/11 would be forgotten and I am sure if someone suggested that, there would be an outrage.
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NOTE: I UPDATED THIS IN 2014

2003 - The Fleet Center in Boston, MA hosted this edition of the Royal Rumble which was very unique in that it was first one held under the brand extension with RAW & SmackDown having it's separate rosters & championships as this event featured the Rumble debuts of Brock Lesnar, Paul Heyman, Dawn Marie, Torrie Wilson, Rey Mysterio, Shelton Benjamin, Charlie Hass, Batista, and John Cena. The format of the Rumble was changed this year with the brand extension in place with 15 wrestlers from RAW & SmackDown entered into the match also making this the first time that all superstars have interacted with each other with the winner receiving a shot at their brand's champion at WrestleMania leading to such moments as Shawn Michaels' return to the Rumble match at #1 with Chris Jericho "scheduled" at #2, Edge & reunions of Edge & Christian along with the Hardy Boyz, Dreamer getting hardcore, Matt Hardy's "Mattitude Follower" Shannon Moore getting involved, Maven attempting "deja vu", the return of Undertaker, and the final four. WWE Champion Kurt Angle vs. Chris Benoit has gone down as a pure technical wrestling classic encounter based off quality in-ring mat wrestling & submissions to the point where both the winner & loser got standing ovations after the match. RAW's World Championship match was a different story as Triple H defended the championship against Scott Steiner in a match that was just bad as these two had no chemistry on this night with the crowd clearly turning on the match with an ending that didn't help matters at all. Other matches include Brock Lesnar vs. Big Show with the winner entering the Rumble match later that night, World Tag Team Champions Lance Storm & William Regal vs. Dudley Boyz, and Torrie Wilson vs. Dawn Marie.
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