WWE: WrestleMania XXVI
Collectors's Edition, Collector's Edition
DVD | Box Set
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The biggest event of the year comes to the desert when WrestleMania XXVI explodes in Arizona! Every member of the WWE Universe has eagerly anticipated WrestleMania and the biggest Superstars of WWE up their game when they perform on sports entertainment’s grandest stage. It’s been a pop culture phenomenon for more than a quarter century—it is WrestleMania. Stars: Shawn Michaels, Big Show, Undertaker, CM Punk, Chris Jericho, Triple H , John Cena, Randy Orton, Batista, Shaemus, Mark Henry, Drew McIntyre, Edge, Rey Mysterio, John Morrison, The Miz, Kofi Kingston, Mark Henry
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WrestleMania 26 is great, with only a few duds, but a major problem throughout the show are time restraints that were placed on a few matches to make time for other matches, including some that didn't need to happen. My case and point being the Hart Vs. McMahon disaster, and that pointless 10 diva match that took away time from great matches like CM Punk Vs. Rey Mysterio as well as the triple threat and tag title matches that opened the PPV. With that out of the way, the event is solid, but for the aforementioned flaws. The tag title match, while short, was an exciting way to start the in-ring action, and was followed by an exciting triple threat match that plays out more as a handicap match for the short time it graces us. Things pick up after an awful segment with Vickie Guerrero, with the biggest Money in the Bank match in WrestleMania history, that is action packed all the way through. I won't spoil it for you, but if you haven't seen the finish of this match, it makes for a highlight for the young-man who wins. Great multi-man ladder match, with a ton of sick spots. And man, does it keep getting good from here, as we get an early highlight of Sheamus WWE career when he takes on Triple H in a great match. Starting off as a complete brawl, the pace changes several times during the match, and the ending is full of finishers and counters, with an awesome counter-victory to finish. Just a great match, where both men shine, with Sheamus not only keeping up with HHH, but also setting the pace several time. Just a really solid first 'Mania bout for Sheamus. Try not to blink after the CM Punk vs Rey Mysterio hype-video, because you just might miss the match. Seriously, for the ridiculously short amount of time given, these two had a great match with a break-neck pace, some sick looking moves and ridiculous counters that make this one of the best under ten-minute matches I've ever seen. Things go to crap from here, though, as it's Vince vs. Bret; and the best part, you can watch the pre-match video, and skip the match. This match was awful, as much fun as it is to watch Vince get beat, it was boring, and dragged on for way too long. Only Bret's biggest fans could watch this. Luckily, we are then treated to Chris Jericho Vs. Edge for the World championship. A classic heel vs. face, ex-best-friends story here, and a borderline classic to go with that story. These two work hard to make you forget about the last match, and remember them; counters among counters, and a finishing sequence resulting in an outcome I never expected. A wonderful clash for the gold, where both men gave everything thing they had to deliver on a great stage, and it showed. This match is followed by a weird ten-women match, but it was fun too watch them botch all those moves, DUD! It's alright, though, because it's only like 3 minutes, atleast the time restraints were good for something. From there, we move on to the WWE Championship, as John Cena challenges Batista for the gold in an epic encounter, that is only let down by a few botches on both men's parts. While I'm not a big fan of the finish, it was still a really good match, and worthy to lead-in to the real main-event, Shawn Michaels Vs. The Undertaker. It's HBK's fabled career up against The Undertaker's infamous streak, and what an emotional masterpiece as both men delivered after all the build-up and ended WrestleMania with an all-out war! A classic showdown that will be written in both men's careers as one of their best matches, along with their bout at 'Mania 25, in both of their careers.
As mentioned a few times, time restraints were a real bummer here, but the show remains fantastic with only a couple duds(10 diva match, Vince Vs. Bret), this Wrestlemania is loaded with quality matches, and the blu-ray adds bonus content that supplements Wrestlemania 26 really well. You get a week of TV build up, and the Entire Hall of Fame ceremony, all great to watch before watching mania. If you are fan of wrestling, and missed 'Mania26, this version is great, and includes nine hours of WWE programming, a great set for fans. If you can, get the three disc BLU-RAY version here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003G7166G/ref=cm_cr_ryp_sol_prd_title