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WWE - Wrestlemania 26 [Alemania] [DVD]
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Das größte WWE Event des Jahres - dieses Mal in Arizona - bietet in vier Hauptevents das beeindruckendste Line-Up der WWE Geschichte! Die beliebtesten WWE Superstars treten gegeneinander an und geben auf der bedeutendsten Sportentertainmentbühne der Welt ihr bestes. Mit über 72.000 Fans live vor Ort und einer Ausstrahlung in weit über 100 Ländern weltweit wurde WrestleMania XXVI zu einem Meilenstein der WWE Geschichte!
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Para empezar, no contiene italiano como dice en la descripción, sólo Inglés, francés y alemán. Por supuesto que NADA de castellano ni español latino, nos perdemos los comentarios del gran Cabrera, los que estamos habituados a seguir los programas de Raw y SmackDown semanalmente y en directo. La calidad de imagen y sonido son impresionantes, y si no os importa verlo en inglés es una compra muy recomendable. Además son blurays casi imposibles de conseguir en España. Un saludo!
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This dvd pack is priced the same as the normal edition so why spend money on something that doesnt offer any significant value when for nearly the same price, you can get a collectors edition pack with all the value able freebies.
Unified Tag Team Champions Big Show & The Miz vs John Morrison & R-Truth. For the first time since WM 22, the tag team titles are actually defended at the biggest stage of them all. I wouldn't classify this as a good opener because the match was too short for it to be anything memorable but there was some good moments with Big Show coming out looking stronger (literally & figuratively) than everyone else.
Randy Orton vs Ted Dibiase vs Cody Rhodes. The break-up of Legacy & this match played out exactly how everyone predicted it would with Dibiase & Rhodes actually turning this match into a handicap match by constantly double-teaming Orton with Orton getting a flurry here & there. However, the match would quickly turn once Dibiase & Rhodes just got too greedy for their own good allowing Orton to take advantage with his trademark "punt" much to the delight of the crowd, who was "pro-Orton" throughout the contest.
Now, I don't normally focus on backstage skits but there was a skit that occurred during Vickie Guerrero's interview involving Santino, Mean Gene, Mae Young & Melina that I just enjoyed & thought that it was well done.
"Money In The Bank" Ladder Match: Jack Swagger vs Christian vs Dolph Ziggler vs Shelton Benjamin vs Drew McIntrye vs Matt Hardy vs M.V.P. vs Evan Bourne vs Kofi Kingston vs Kane. This is the biggest (literally) MIB match that has been done to date due to this one having the most people in it since the match debuted. As is the case with this match every year, this match had plenty of moments like Christian delivering a monkey-flip onto Kofi to a ladder with guys behind it, Kane destroying the ladder & Drew McIntrye, Evan's "shooting star press" along with taking the worst fall of the match later on, Kofi using a broken ladder in a way that you have to see believe, Christian's reverse DDT from the top of the ladder to Matt Hardy, Matt getting knocked off the ladder onto another one, and the sequence of Swagger getting crushed in between two ladders while Christian, Hardy & Evan climbed to the top. It wasn't the best one that they did but this was still an entertaining match that delivered when it came to spots.
Triple H vs Sheamus. Sheamus made his WM debut against the man that he choose to face in Triple H while this is the first time since WM 15 that Triple H is not in a high-profile main event at WrestleMania. I can honestly say that I am not a big fan of Sheamus but he certainly held his own here as he told a good story in making every move count against Triple H as if he was a veteran (when he is still a rookie) before it was one mistake that allowed Triple H to get back in the game (no pun intended). This was a solid match that actually made me enjoy seeing Sheamus as an in-ring competitor.
Rey Mysterio vs CM Punk. The stipulation to this match was that if Rey loses, he must join "The Straight Edge Society". I do want to point out that Mysterio's "Avatar" look heavily makes up for his "Joker" attempt that felt flat in my eyes the year before. These two didn't get so much time to tell a story like their previous Armageddon match but with the time that they had, they didn't disappoint here. With Luke Gallows & Serena getting involved at times, this was an exciting fast paced contest that made me wish these two got more time but it certainly didn't leave me disappointed with the quality.
No Holds Barred: Bret Hart vs Vince McMahon. Bret Hart returns to WrestleMania for the first time since his classic submission match with Steve Austin at WrestleMania 13. Before the match got started, Vince McMahon brought out the Hart Family stating that he had purchased their services for them to be Lumberjacks for this match only to be revealed that Bret was in on the whole scheme. This match was really all about the story of Bret getting his revenge as fans shouldn't have expected Bret to give a quality performance at this stage in his career. Basically, the Hart Dynasty was there to do the impact spots including doing an old finisher from the Hart Foundation days on the outside of the ring before Bret beat Vince down with a chair & doing one last Sharpshooter to bring this issue to conclusion.
World Champion Chris Jericho vs Edge. After years of these two battling & having "on/off" feuds over the years, this was their first high profile singles match & how appropriate that it was at WrestleMania for the World Championship. This was a pure "old school" wrestling match that was never fought at a fast pace as it allowed each man to look strong & building up the suspense towards the end with a good story being told with Jericho attacking Edge's injury & even using many counters to avoid the spear. The ending was a surprise since it not only ended clean but the winner was actually a surprise. However, pay attention to the aftermath as Edge got his revenge that he vowed to get in a way that you will not believe.
Michelle McCool, Layla, Maryse, Alicia Fox & Vickie Guerrero vs Mickie James, Kelly Kelly, Eve Torres, Gail Kim & Beth Phoenix. This is one of those matches that you are either going to like or hate depending on how you choose to look at it as this match was real short with everyone just doing their finishers but I will say that I actually found this to be funny as I couldn't stop laughing at Vickie Guerrero whether she was getting beat up or just hiding. On a personal note though, I did enjoy seeing Vickie pay homage to her late husband Eddie Guerrero before doing what was called a "Bullfrog/Hog" splash & doing a sloppy pinfall.
WWE Champion Batista vs John Cena. Just like how I was shocked that their SummerSlam '08 match turned out to be really good considering that I am not a huge fan of either man, this match delivered as these two men worked well together. They exchanged power moves along with some surprising grappling counters with Batista focusing on Cena's neck in the early stages of the match before Cena gained momentum before both men began dishing out their trademark moves along with counters that were similiar to their previous clash & others that we haven't seen before. This match delivered more than I expected & I would call this Cena's best WM match along with this being one of Batista's best performances as well. And just like the last title match, the aftermath where Cena addressed the fans with the "WE HATE CENA" shirts was a sight to see.
Streak vs Career: The Undertaker vs Shawn Michaels. Taker's streak against HBK's career & hats off to WWE as for the first time since WrestleMania XI, a non-title match is headlined as the main event but I am pretty sure that most fans were looking forward to this match more than anything else on the card. These two deserved to go last after putting up not only an instant classic last year but also the match of the year of 2009. Despite that, this match once again lived up to the hype as they put on another classic match that was actually more aggressive & physical than their previous classic a year ago. This match had many moments like HBK doing Taker's classic "throat slash" at the start, Taker delivering the tombstone on the floor, Shawn hitting three "Sweet Chin Musics", Taker's "Last Ride", Shawn doing an unbelievable moonsault through the announce table that just got the fans on their feet & kept them there till the end of the match with chants of "THIS IS AWESOME". But the biggest moment of the match was near the end where Taker showed more emotion than is expected from him before Shawn wouldn't let this end without a fight that lead to the most impactful tombstone that we have seen in years. Once again just like the previous matches, the aftermath was something as new & emotional WrestleMania moment was created that will never be forgotten.
Now from what I have heard/seen, there are three versions of this event (two on DVD & one on Blue-Ray). I got the "Collector's Edition" so with this event you get the pre-show WrestleMania Battle Royal along with the entire Hall Of Fame ceremony with new inductees Maurice "Mad Dog" Vachon, Wendi Richter, Stu Hart, Antonio Inoki, Bob Uecker, "Gorgeous" George & "Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase but also with that you get matches & moments involving these inductees including Dibiase's favorite WM match vs Jake Roberts (WrestleMania VI), Antonio Inoki's Japanese Heavyweight Championship match vs The Great Hossein, Wendi Richter's Women's Championship match vs The Fabulous Moolah, Stu Hart tribute & two matches involving "Gorgeous" George & "Mad Dog" Vachon. Unfortunately, Shawn Michaels's farewell address is not included on the DVD set.
Overall, this was one of the best WrestleManias that the WWE has put out in recent years. It wasn't perfect but this heavily made up & surpassed the disappointment of the previous years WrestleMania so I would give this WrestleMania a solid 4 star rating but with the Hall Of Fame ceremony, the battle royal & the extra matches makes this a 5 star showcase that I would recommend to any wrestling fan, not just a WWE Fan.
The production was top notch. You can't ask for anything better really/ This is always the case for their top ppvs. especially Royal Rumble and even more so, WM and rightfully so. The production team does not get the credit they so truly deserve. Hopefully, at least of nothing else, they get the right salary.
The opening was awesome. I loved it. It was amazing and a real treat to see.
Morrison/Truth vs Show/Miz - A short match, but a good one. It's the opener & to me, it did what it was supposed to do: get the crowd pumped. An argument could be made I guess as to how such a short match could get the crowd pumped up. But I, for one, believe they did that. Show/Miz, though not my 2 favorite wrestlers, are becoming a solid team enough & I believe with time, the same will happen with Morrison/Truth should they remain a combination.
Orton vs Rhodes vs Dibiase - Unlike 2004, Orton was slowly built up as a face, which works BEST. What I really like about is, despite being cheered and a face, he isn't doing anything new. I guess people just got into his Viper/Apex Predator persona??? I love it a lot. Reminds me of Undertaker. Or maybe it's because he's feuding with Legacy. I figure it's the latter, but could be both too. I enjoyed this match, though I wish a rematch was made for Extreme Rules.
MITB - A 10 Man MITB Ladder Match. It was very cluttered. However, it was enjoyable though not as great as WM21, WM23, WM24, which in my opinion, were the best ones. A MITB ppv is coming up this year so if this is the last WM MITB, I guess they wanted it to go out with a bang. However, they could've given more time, given each guy a chance to really shine and showcase what they can do, rather than have 10 men in there. Swagger, McIntyre, it is their Wm debuts and first ladder match. They shouldn't have been in there in my opinion. I do like Kane's new attire, but attire means nothing of you aren't gonna be given a chance to shine. Many think Kane sucks because he lost the mask. It's not that. It's because they turned him into a jobber. If I were Kane, I would've left. They make him job, put him is some of the worst storylines/angles, never give him a decent title run. Surely, he deserves a lot better than this. But there were some awesome spots here. I won't name them as I don't wanna give them away.
HHH vs Sheamus - Better than I expected. I knew HHH would win because as long as he's active, he will have a win reserved for him at WM. For a change though, he wasn't in the main event & shouldn't have been there last year either. Sheamus should've won. He has more years left than HHH. Does he deserve the win? I don't know. But HHH didn't need the win either. Hopefully, at Extreme Rules, HHH will lose.
Rey Mysterio vs CM Punk (If Rey loses, he must join SES) - I love the heel Punk, especially his promos. He & Jericho are the best heels in WWE right now. Edge & Orton were too, but they're faces now. I must comment Rey's daughter. What an amazing acting talent this young female has. She made me feel sorry and compassionate. I felt sympathy to the point of almost shedding tears. People in the crowd became emotional. Punk singing Happy Birthday was creepy, eerie, and JUST PERFECT for his heel persona, as it attracted SO MUCH HEAT and HATE for him. As for the match, not as long as it should've been, which is why they didn't shine or gel as good as they could've. Hopefully at Extreme Rules, that will change.
Bret vs Vince - BRET HART RETURNS! Yes I know he returned on Jan.4 & has been there since for the most part, but he returned at WM for the first time since 1997, WM13, 13 years ago. The match wasn't a five star classic. But can you expect it to be? Anyone with brains would say no, considering Bret's physical limitations. But they got what they waited 13 years for: THE SHARPSHOOTER ON VINCENT KENNEDY MCMAHON! And that, for me, is enough.
Edge vs Jericho for the WHC - These two did not have the last match and for good reason. However they should've been on before that considering the Rumble winner, Edge was in it, they're much better workers than Cena/Batista & had a longer buildup/hype then them. I enjoyed this more than Cena/Batista. The Spear through the table was awesome. But knowing Jericho, he will somehow, someway, get his revenge for that & this feud I believe, will continue until WWE feels it's time to move on. I don't think they feel that way just yet though.
Divas Match - Not rating. The time that was used here (and the Bret/Vince & HHH/Sheeamus matches which went a bit too long for me) could have been given to Rey/Punk, tag team title opener, maybe MITB too.
Cena vs Batista for the WWE Title - The WWE Title has become a joke since 2005's Spinner version, which is still used. I mean really. It should have been changed a long time ago. Why it's still a spinner, I will never understand that. Cena/Batista had a great encounter at SSlam 08. Is this better than that, less better, or the same? I'd say SSlam was slightly better, though I'm not sure why. However, this was still better than I expected so I will commend them for it. Batista turning heel was the best thing he's done since his 2007 year long feud with UT.
The Undertaker vs Shawn Michaels in a No Holds Barred "Streak vs Career" Match - Well here it is. The match everyone was waiting to see. Could they top WM25? I wasn't looking for them to top WM25. Wm25 will go down as a classic encounter in a class all by itself. I don't believe WWE were looking to top that match, which is why all these new stipulations were added. That's just one wrestling fan's opinion. It wasn't as long as last year's. But the length does not matter at all. It was as GREAT as last year's, despite being shorter than that (though not by much). Like WM25, my only complaint is the kick outs of finishers. It's called a FINISHer because it is supposed to FINISH a match. FINISHers have become pretty much a thing of the past because these days, everyone is kicking out of everyone's FINISHers. I understand this is WM. Had it not been done so often though, I would mid one bit of they kicked out of FINISHers at WM. WM, IF anytime at all, is THE ONLY TIME & PLACE for that. Shockingly to me, there have been more kickouts from the Tombstone than the Sweet Chin Music, RKO, Pedigree, Attitude Adjustment, Batista Bomb, Kane's Chokeslam. It's shocking because of the name, TOmbstone, the many bodies it laid to rest over Taker's 20 yrs in WWE. It was built up as THE FINISHER. JBL said Taker was THE BEST FINISHER in WWE history & he is. If not the best, the most certainly, one of the best. Anyways, I'm sorry for getting off topic here. The WM26 match will go down as the Match Of The Night and quite possibly, the Match Of The Year & probably the Most Extreme or Shocking Moment Of The Year because of it's aftermath. Taker is 18-0 and wins with a very rare JUMPING TOMBSTONE PILEDRIVER to seal HBK's fate & lay his amazing, illustrious, HOF, legendary career to eternal rest. If this is HBK's last match ever, he nor anyone else has anything to be ashamed of because he went out in a BLAZE OF GLORY. Sometimes, a winner is determined in other ways. You don't have to win to be a winner. HBK proved that at WM26 & Flair did at WM24. I, for one, feel that HBK's true last match will be against HHH somewhere down the line, though def not anytime soon. As for Taker, he will go out 20-0 at WM.
1. Unified Tag Team Championship Match
ShowMiz (The Big Show and The Miz)(c) vs. John Morrison and R-Truth (3:23)
I highly enjoyed this matched even though kept short. The Miz and Morrison fight well together and were a great tag team. I dont think this should have been a filler like it was since it took up 5 minutes. A pretty obvious ending. 7.5/10
2. Triple Threat Match
Randy Orton vs. Cody Rhodes vs. Ted DiBiase Jr. (9:02)
I liked this match overall, but Randy Orton should have had a more main-eventing position in the pay-per-view. I also didn't think it was a good idea for Legacy to completely disband. I think this would have better off being a 2-on-1 handicap match. Randy Orton made great double team moves on his own and took a beating at the same time. Rhodes and DiBiase pretty much touched each other and made a big deal about it. You don't need to know everything about WWE to guess that Randy Orton won. 7/10
3. 10 Man Money in the Bank Ladder Match:
Christian vs. Evan Bourne vs. MVP vs. Shelton Benjamin vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Jack Swagger vs. Kane vs. Drew McIntyre vs. Matt Hardy (13:44)
When I first saw this match, I loved it a lot. I thought that it was a long, great, must-watch match. After buying the DVD, I thought the opposite. I didn't enjoy it as much as I did at first. I is still a good Money in the Bank Ladder Match, and the only 10 man one. The best part was when Kingston used the split ladder and walked across the ring using it as legs. Also, Evan Bourne doing the shooting star press of the top of a ladder and on to Christian. I actually expected more of Christian and Benjamin because of their fantastic ladder match they had at TLC 2009. 7.5/10
4. Triple H vs. Sheamus (12:09)
I also would have liked Triple H being a big main-eventer as well. But since he wasn't he put on a great and memorable match with the the Celtic Warrior, Sheamus. A well thought out power vs. power match with OK story behind it. I don't think I've ever seen Shaemus working his ass of more. This was just a challenge kind of match with Sheamus trying to make a memorable WrestleMania moment. The promo gives good background on Triple H and his WrestleMania moments. 8.5/10
5. CM Punk vs. Rey Mysterio (6:59) (If Mysterio loses, he must join the Straight Edge Society)
This match was given short time, but turned out incredible, I had to watch it twice. All the promo is just explaing how Mysterio's daughter turned 9 on the day of a SmackDown! show. And, of course, the new heel CM Punk comes out and ruins the celebration. This great match turned into a great rivalry throughout the beginning of 2010. Punk and Mysterio brought a great match at Armageddon 2008 if you've never seen it. CM Punk did the most work in the match based of reversals. Rey Mysterio really pulled off a couple successful high-flying moves and jst did kicks. The best thing Mysterio did do was backflipping of the ropes, and onto Punk's back while holding his wrist. 8.5/10
6. No Hods Barred Match
Bret Hart vs. Vince McMahon (11:09)
Everybody has waited for the return of Bret "Hitman" Hart for months now, then Mr. McMahon finally allowed it. I knew how it would turn out. (Them fighting at WrestleMania) AND GUESS WHAT!!! it sucked. I would have rather saw McMahon bring out Shane McMahon and Bret Hart would beat him with a kendo stick. The only thing that I actually liked about this match was the ass whooping that Hart gave McMahon. I know that if I was a WWE fan 15 years ago, I would have loved Bret Hart 4/10
7. World Heavyweight Championship Match
Chris Jericho(c) vs. Edge (15:47)
I loved the idea of this match happening and Edge returning. I didn't know how Chris Jericho would become 5 time World Champion, but I knew he would. The whole thing with the Elimination Chamber was a great idea. Anyway, great match. Decently paced. This seemed like a techical match which I thought was great. Edge had many attempts of hiitting the Spear and Jericho actually hit the Walls of Jericho a lot. I am probably getting this entire description wrong because I barely remember this match. 8.5/10
8. 10 Diva Tag Team Match: Michelle McCool, Layla, Maryse, Alicia Fox and Vickie Guerrero vs. Kelly Kelly, Eve, Mickie James, Gail Kim and Beth Phoenix (3:24)
This match was just a filler which should have been an add-on to the tag team match and the Punk vs. Mysterio match. All it was was Vickie Guerrero getting her ass kicked then hitting a frog splash onto Kelly Kelly. Vickie's team wins, not important. No rating
9. WWE Championship Match
Batista(c) vs. John Cena (13:30)
I honestly enjoyed this match more than the Heavyweight Match. This rivalry started at the Elimination Chamber when John Cena won the WWE Championship then Batista came and won it due to a deal he made with Vince McMahon. Then it turned to an argument to see who better man was. This match featured the back and forth punches and the Boo! Yeah! chants with the crowd on Batistas side. Starting at the 9 minute mark, the match got great. Batista pulled off the same move that he did at SummerSlam 2008 on Cena to almost break his neck, AGAIN. I would definintely watch this match. 9/10
10. Career vs. Streak No Count Out, No Disqualification Match
The Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels (24:00)
This match was amazing, fast-paced and so exciting. I still think that their WrestleMania XXV encounter beat this match, but not by a lot. Their match at WM 25 was just a singles match. This was a No Disqualification Match with HBK's Career on the line. This included about 2x more Superkicks from Shawn Michaels and probably the most vicious tombstone I have ever seen from the Undertaker. This was a great way to main event WrestleMania. After the match, the two shook hands. 10/10
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