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WWF: Royal Rumble 2002

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Editorial Reviews

30 Men. One Match. ONE WINNER! The 2002 WWF Royal Rumble: 30 Superstars, including Triple H, Kurt Angle, and Stone Cold Steve Austin, slugging it out in the ring; 29 of them are going over the top rope, ONE is going to the main event at WWF Wrestlemania X8.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Chris Jericho, Dwayne Johnson, Adam Copeland, Darren Matthews, Matt Hyson
  • Directors: Kevin Dunn
  • Producers: Vince McMahon
  • Format: Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: WWF Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: March 12, 2002
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005RIYK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,478 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Format: DVD
ok here is a spoiler free review just to refresh your memory and help you remember if you want to get Rumble 2002:
Opening match, Tazz and Spike defend the tag titles against Dvon and Bubba, A good match although a little short in my opinion.
Next up Edge takes on William regal with his IC title on the line, for Regals standards this match was ok.
Trish Stratus (oh yeah) vs Jazz with Jackie as Ref... a pretty good match... but could have been better.
Vince Mcmahon vs Ric Flair: great street fight considering the age of both the men.
Y2J vs The Rock for the unified world title, A great match, Strong offence from both men will definetly keep your interest.
And of course the main event the royal rumble... 30 men and in my opinion one of the best Rumble matches of all time... here is the list of competitors in alphabetical order:
Al Snow Albert Big Show Billy Booker T Big Bossman Bradshaw Christian Chuck Dallas Page Faarooq Godfather Goldust Jeff Hardy Kane Kurt Angle Lance Storm Matt Hardy Maven Mr. Perfect Perry Saturn Rikishi Rob Van Dam Scotty Too Hotty Steve Austin Test The Hurricane Triple H Undertaker Val Venis.
With the extra features the WWF always includes in Royal Rumble dvd's this one will no doubt be an essential for any true fans collection!
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This was the best rumble I have seen no doubt, but there are a few minor problems with the DVD that I will get into after I review the matches.
1.WWF Tag Team Championship
Champions Tazz and Spike Dudly Vs. The Dudly Boyz
2.5 stars out of 5. Good opener a little dissapointing because of it's length but none the less good match with an exciting ending.
2.WWF Intercontinental Championship
Champion Egde Vs. William Regal
2.5 stars out of 5 Another good match, these two have been fueding for quite some time now and it gets even better here. nice match with some high spots but a terrible ending resulting in William Regal using those damn brass knuckles to win the Intercontinental title.
3.WWF Woman's Championship
Champion Trish Vs. Jazz
2 stars out of 5 Like every women's title match at the royal rumble the dud match of the night, certainly a better bout then last years Chyna Vs.Ivory.
4.Street Fight
Vince Mcmahon Vs. Ric Flair
4 out of 5 stars great match but very slow and one sided, the funny thing about this match is that Ric Flair is suppose to be all mighty wrestler but Vince is in much better shape then him, Vince kicks Flair's ass all match untill the end where Flair finally mounts some offense and locks the figure four leg lock on and wins by submission.
5.WWF Undisputed Championship
Champion Chris Jericho Vs. The Rock
4.5 stars out of 5 Great Match with a some nice high spots and a poor ending. Jericho trys to Rock bottom the rock through an annonuce table but Rock counters and Rock bottoms Jericho through the opposite table. Very sweet lol. Jericho wins by slamming rocks head off of the exposed turn buckle and then rolling him up and putting his feet on the ropes for extra leverage.
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Spike & Tazz v. Dudley Boyz World Tag Titles

This match was very good. Spike & Tazz work well together. How do the Dudleyz not win. Spike & Tazz retain.****

William Regal v. Edge IC Title

This match was very entertaining. Edge beats the heck out of Regal then Regal uses knucks to retain.***3/4

Trish Stratus v. Jazz Women's Title

This match was very slow and boring. It can't make it horrible. Trish retains.**

Ric Flair v. Vince McMahon Street Fight

This match was completely awesome. Flair & Vince have great chemistry. Flair beats Vince with the Figure Four.*****

Chris Jericho v. The Rock World Title

This was another good match. Y2J continues to ROCK my world. He wins with the help of Christian & Storm. The Un-Americans start to form. Y2J retains.****

Royal Rumble Match

This match was predictable but then it became unpredictable. HHH returns to win the Rumble when he throws Angle over.****1/2
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Royal Rumble 2002 took place from the Phillips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia. This was a good PPV to kick off the new year. I will rank the matches for you on a star (*) system. They are all based out of five stars.
1. SPIKE & TAZZ (VS) DUDLEY'S (TAG TITLE)
This was a good match to kick off the PPV. Good action it was just a little too short. Tazz and Spike retain the titles as Tazz gets D-Von to tap to the Tazzmission. [3 *'s]P>2. WILLIAM REGAL (VS) EDGE (INTERCONTINENTAL TITLE)
This fued continued way too long. It went on for three months. This match was slow and boring. The only good spot was when Edge gave Regal a DDT on the outside apron. Regal wins the title after he hits Edge with the Brass Knuckles. *1/2
3. TRISH STRATUS (VS) JAZZ (WOMEN'S TITLE)
I hate most women's matches. This was no different. Trish retains the title with a Stratusfaction. *
4. RIC FLAIR (VS) VINCE McMAHON (STREET FIGHT)
This match was about what was expected between these two. There was a lot of brawling and a lot of blood. There is a funny spot when Vince takes Flair's daughter's camera and takes a picture of himself and the bloodied Flair. Flair wins when Vince taps to the Figure Four Leglock. [3*'s]
5. CHRIS JERICHO (VS) THE ROCK (UNDISPUTED TITLE)
This is a very underrated match. Not a lot is heard about this match. It was very entertaining and fast paced. The crowd was really into this match. A lot of close falls occured in this match. The best spot of the match is when The Rock Rock Bottoms Y2J from one announce table to the next. Jericho retains the title with the help of Lance Storm, Christian, Nick Patrick, and the top turnbuckle. [4 1/2 *'s]
6. ROYAL RUMBLE MATCH
The Rumle match was pretty decent, but it is too predictable.
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