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WWE Unforgiven 2002 [VHS]

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  • Actors: Brock Lesnar, Mark Calaway, Paul Levesque, Rob Van Dam, Chris Jericho
  • Directors: Kevin Dunn
  • Producers: Vince McMahon
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Rated:
    NR
    Not Rated
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: World Wrestling
  • VHS Release Date: January 14, 2003
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000089776
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #441,801 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By D.P. VINE VOICE on January 19, 2006
Format: DVD
Bubba Ray Dudley, Booker T, Goldust, Kane vs. The Un-Americans - This started off fast with the babyfaces having some fun including Bubba & Goldust doing the Dusty elbow before the Un-Americans had to resort to cheating behind the referees back to gain the advantage. It went back & forth between both teams resulting in a fun match.

Intercontinental Champion Chris Jericho vs. Ric Flair - Jericho regained the I.C. title on the previous RAW while Flair suffered an upset loss to Rico causing Jericho to issue this SummerSlam rematch thinking that he had an advantage over Flair since he had better momentum this time around. Chris was in control early with his moves like the springboard dropkick on the apron & missle dropkick in the ring but Flair made his comeback with chops & threw Jericho so hard into the corner that he flew to the outside. However it really came down who was really the "dirtier player" in this game that resulted in the winner here & the loser suffering an embarrassing lose that would ammunition for what would happen later in the night. This wasn't the quality of a month earlier at SummerSlam but more about finishing off this story in order to developing another one.

Edge vs. Eddie Guerrero - Another SummerSlam rematch here as Edge came out very aggressive with moves like a powerslam & vertical suplex before Eddie focused on Edge's head with a tornado DDT from the second rope & a unique neck twist chinlock. This match only picked up the intensity as Eddie would taunt Edge to hit him before throwing his own punches only for Edge to knock him out & mount a comeback that included a sick powerbomb, facedrop onto the turnbuckle off his shoulders, and Edgecution DDT.
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Unforgiven 2002 was an awesome show. From top to bottom, all the matches were great. Here are the matches:1.8-Man Tag-The Un-Americans vs. Booker T, Goldust, Bubba Ray Dudley, and Kane. A very good opener. Also, Kane's first pay per view since Wrestlemania X8. 2.Billy & Chuck vs. Rosey and Jamal. This match was pretty short in my opinion. Also, the outcome wasn't what I hoped. I almost gave this event 4 stars because of this match, but what happened after this concerning Eric Bischoff and Stephanie McMahon made up for it. 3.Edge vs. Eddie Guerrero. Good fast paced action. I'll just tell you that the guy who lost this match at Summerslam didn't lose at Unforgiven. 4.Women's Championship-Trish Stratus vs. Molly Holly(c). Good short womens contest, and you just had to feel so happy for Trish. 5.Intercontinental Championship-Chris Jericho(c) vs. Ric Flair. Jericho outsmarts the Nature Boy, and proves that he's The Dirtiest Player in the Game. 6.Kurt Angle vs. Chris Benoit. Without a doubt, this match stole the show. Anytime these two get in the ring together it's great. Not the kind of ending you'd expect,though. 7.World HeavyWeight Championship-Triple H(c) vs. Rob Van Dam. A pretty good match, but not what I was expecting. I hoped that Triple H would earn the title here, but he did anything but that. What happened at the end I wouldn't have called in a million years. 8.WWE Championship- Brock Lesnar(c) vs. The Undertaker. This match turned into an all out Street Fight. I was so mad with the ref's decision, but was the the last man standing in the end. The way this pay per view ended was unlike any pay per view I've ever seen. I recommend that you buy it.
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From winning the King of the Ring earlier in the year to becoming the youngest WWE Champion at SummerSlam & adding legends such as Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair & The Rock onto his winning list, Brock Lesnar faces his toughest test to date in the Undertaker.

Kane, Booker T, Goldust & Bubba Ray Dudley vs The Un-Americans. This match got the show rolling as Kane's team was in control & even at times making fun of their opponents. The Canadian team were able to get some momentum back on their side & even begin to isolate their opponents before Kane was able to look dominate in his return match as this was just a fun & exciting opening match that the crowd really got into.

Intercontinental Champion Chris Jericho vs Ric Flair. This was a SummerSlam rematch with the difference being that due to Jericho winning the title on the previous RAW that it was now a title match. Just like SummerSlam, Jericho had the advantage as he was in control punishing Flair while also getting cocky at times before Flair was able to return the favor with his signature chops including one that was so loud I even took a backseat to. However it was one man that was able to play against the rules very well that resulted in the result. I enjoyed their SummerSlam match more but this was a good match to watch.

Edge vs Eddie Guerrero. Another rematch from SummerSlam with the difference being that Eddie had more crowd support here since they were in L.A. Edge started off in control with a powerslam & suplex while Eddie was able to comeback with a neckbreaker & tornado DDT from the corner buckle. Both men really picked it up from here with near falls with moves like a powerbomb, DDT, the electric chair drop before one man was able to use all his surroundings to get an edge (no pun intended).
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