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WWE: WrestleMania XXX (Amazon Exclusive with Chrome Trading Card + WWE Book)

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It only happens once a year, and this year the greatest spectacle in all of entertainment heads to one of the world's most vibrant cities, New Orleans, for the milestone 30th WrestleMania. Last year at Met Life Stadium, a record crowd turned out to see John Cena even his score with The Rock by defeating the Great One for the WWE Title. This year, in the famed Super Dome, who will add their name to the history books by walking out of WrestleMania 30 with the WWE Championship held high? Which legendary Superstars will return? Who will steal the show and create the next iconic WrestleMania moment? Featuring exclusive backstage footage, the 2014 Hall of Fame Induction, and much more!

Product Details

  • Actors: John Cena, Batista, Triple H
  • Directors: Wwe
  • Format: Multiple Formats, NTSC, Surround Sound
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: WWE Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: May 13, 2014
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00I4F0I6O
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #149,335 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Format: DVD
So this is going to a review of the actual event itself and of course not the DVD because it's not out yet. As far as the event itself goes, I thought it was a really good event but also maybe the saddest WM of all time due to what happened at the event itself and also what has happened since the event has went off the air. I also would like to say that I watched this on the WWE network and I have to say, it ran pretty good for me. There was one pause that occured during the main event but all I did was rewind it like TiVo and start it again and it played well for me the rest of the time.

The event started with perhaps one of the greatest promos or interview segments in wrestling history as Hulk Hogan, the host of WM, came out to address the crowd. He was on his game except for calling the Superdome the Silverdome (WM III) twice. After he spoke for a moment then Steve Austin came out to also speak to the crowd and Hogan. After he was done, then the Rock came out to speak as well. I mean here you have maybe the greatest star of the 80's in the ring with the greatest star of the 90's and the greatest star of the early 2000's. I watched with my brother and just said to him, "Imagine if these guys were 100 percent. Imagine that Triple Threat match. After that we got a package showing all the events that led up to the Triple H vs. Daniel Bryan match up.

So the opening match was a great one between Triple H and Bryan. I don't know if it beats the WM 10 match with Bret and Owen but if not it came pretty darn close. This match was back and forth and Bryan was really on his game (pun intended) that night. I don't remember the last time I saw Triple H in the opening match of a major PPV but he was on as well.
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Format: DVD
Normally I wait until the end to give my summary but based off how people usually judge WrestleMania (and in this case, just one particular match alone), I'll just give it now. This edition of WrestleMania topped last years edition in that as the commercials & special plugs for certain things was heavily reduced in comparison to the previous year, the spotlight & focus was on the wrestlers from past & present when celebrating the 30th edition of Mania eliminating things making the celebrity involvement being heavily reduced to only the musical artist performing their wrestler's themes, and a high majority of the matches getting an amount of time to play out the SPORTS aspect of the "sports entertainment" event of the year. I personally would have moved things around for certain talents & matches to be in different positions along with the result of a few matches but I can't change that & won't let that cloud my judgment of the overall show in what was a quality Mania.

It should be noted that we didn't get a performance of "America The Beautiful" this year but had the show start off with a WrestleMania moment itself in Hulk Hogan & Steve Austin & The Rock together in the ring at the "Silverdome" to kick off the show while we had special appearances throughout the night from various legends of WrestleMania past including Danny Davis, Sgt. Slaughter, Jim Duggan, Ricky Steamboat, Ted Dibiase Sr., Pat Patterson, Roddy Piper, Paul Orndorff and members of the newest Hall Of Fame members Lita, Jake Roberts, Carlos Colon, Razor Ramon/Scott Hall, Mr. T, and Ultimate Warrior in what is now has gone down as one of his final appearances.

Daniel Bryan vs.
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Format: DVD
Like most "sporting" events, this show was even better on TV than it was live. I was fortunate enough to be here for my first Mania and had an amazing time. I watched it on the network a few days later and I think this is one more than worth owning. I will go down the show and provide entertainment and match ratings. Entertainment ratings (ER) are more for traditional wwe fans who like the spectacle and attend more to how the match plays in its storyline while match (MR) ratings are for us super wrestling nerds who care way too much about the little stuff, attending more to storytelling and re-watch value.

Opening Segment
ER: *****
Not much to say about this. It was a lot of fun. Hogan, Austin, and The Rock all had a great time riffing off one another and hyping the show. I am glad they weren't really involved in the action, but they were there and they made a lot of people happy.

Daniel Bryan v HHH
ER: ****
MR: ****3/4
I am a little higher on this match than most I have seen, but not much. This was a fantastic wrestling match and NOTHING was going to follow it. This felt like a GHC title match, lots of cool slams, attention to detail, tons of emotion, and a big finish. I would honestly say, if nothing else, this match makes the dvd/bluray worth getting. It was a great way to bring a head to the hottest feud in the WWE and is - to this point - American match of the year in my book. Further, I rank this in my top 5 wrestlemania matches ever.

Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal
ER: ****
MR: **1/2
Battle royals are hard to make great, but this was a really good one. The ending makes the whole thing worth it.
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