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WWE - New Year's Revolution 2006
WWE - New Year's Revolution 2006
Genres: Television, Sports
NR     2006     3hr 0min

New Years Revolution From Albany, NY on 1/11/06, Raw presents New Years Revolution. Ten tons of steel. Two miles of chain. One man left standing in the Elimination Chamber. The DVD includes additional interviews, and e...  more »


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Genres: Television, Sports
Sub-Genres: Television, Wrestling
Studio: World Wrestling
Format: DVD - Color - Closed-captioned
DVD Release Date: 02/07/2006
Release Year: 2006
Run Time: 3hr 0min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 1
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English, Spanish

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Movie Reviews

New Years Revolution 2006
Cody Johnston | 07/11/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)

"I've never liked the idea of having an Elimination Chamber match at a brand only PPV. Elimination Chamber matches feature 6 of the best wrestlers from that particular brand. If they are all in the same match, this meansthat the rest of the card features midiocure matches that would normally occur once or twice a PPV. This especially frustrates me when talent is misused in the Chamber (e.g. Kurt Agle). This is why I think that Elimination Chamber matches should only occur at both-brand PPVs. This way, the other show can make up for this by having most of their matches fill up the card.
With all of that in mind, I think that New Years Revolution 2006 is an alright show.

Match 1- Intercontinental Championship- Ric Flair vs Edge
This match was never going to be a match of the year candidate. What it needed to do was give us an entertaining start to the show in whatever way possible. I think that they certainly did that. Flair's figure four on Lita was funny and the DQ ending was a nice touch to the match. I can see why some people didn't like this match, but I enjoyed it from beginning to end. 7/10

Match 2- Women's Championship- Trish Stratus vs Mickie James
This was a solid women's match with some nice holds and counter holds. It isn't as good as their WrestleMania bout, but it was still good. 7.5/10

Match 3- Jerry 'The King' Lawler vs Gregory Helms
This is one of those matches that would not have been on the card if there wasn't so uch talent in the Chamber match. Like Flair and Edge's match, this was never going to be a technical masterpiece. As long as it was somewhat entertaining, I would be happy. This match was better than I thought it would be. It was back and forth and went for a good ten minutes. I would have given it 6/10, but I thought that the ending was pretty weak. 5.5/10

Match 4- Big Show vs Triple H
This match really didappointed me. I thought that the broken hand stroyline was a good idea and would make this match more interesting. However, it only made this pretty boring match drag on for longer and longer. I can't believe that some people are giving this 8 or 9/10. This match is a total trainwreck until a cool sledgehammer shot. Even Triple H's Pedigeree is pretty weak. I was so happy when this one was over. 5/10

Match 5- Shelton Benjamin vs Viscera
This match is a total waste of Benjamin's exceptional talent. Viscera gives him nothing to work with and Mamma's screaming is just annoying. I also hated the ending. I guess it did lead to Benjamin turning heel. 4.5/10

Match 6- Bra and Panties Gauntlet Match- Maria vs Candice Michelle vs Torrie Wilson vs Victoria vs Ashley
This is one of those matches that you either love or you hate. I loved it! The girls look soooooooo hot and the wrestling is o.k.. Mae Young and Moolah's appearance is also quite commical. 7.5/10

Match 7- Elimination Chamber Match for WWE Championship- John Cena vs Shawn Michaels vs Carlito vs Kurt Angle vs Chris Masters vs Kane
This is a good main event. It is not as brutal as the other Elimination Chambers but it make up for it in other ways e.g. Carlito and Masters teaming up. Kurt Angle is one of my favourite wrestlers and this match is at its best when he is involved. So why was he the 1st eliminated? The same reason WWE kept Cena champ for 14 months (minus 3 weeks), because WWE are crazy! Anyway this is a good match, but it lacks the brutality that the other Chamber Matches had. It's a good match none the less. 8/10

Match 8- WWE Championship- John Cena vs Edge
I will rate this as a segmant rather than a match because the match consists of Edge beating up Cena and Spearing him. This one of my all time favourite moments. Edge cashes in his Money In The Bank briefcase and sperars Cena to become the NEEEEEW! WWE Champion. 10/10

Overall, New Years Revolution 2006 is an okay PPV considering the talent they had to work with. It is much better than last years New Years Revolution and the shocking endingwas a great way to end the first PPV of 2006."
I was there and this is what I saw
Michael T. Barrell | 02/03/2006
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Chavo Guerrero vs Snitsky

This match happened on Heat. A good match, in my view. People were still coming in, but Chavo had great face reactions. Chavo wins with the Frog Splash (R.I.P Eddie)

Match rating: 4/5

WWE Intercontinental Championship
Ric Flair(c) vs Edge

A decent opener. People were really on Edge/Lita's case and cheered greatly when Flair put Lita in the Figure Four. Edge uses his Money in the Bank breifcase to save Lita, causing the DQ

Match rating: 3/5

WWE Women's Championship
Trish Stratus(c) vs Mickie James

The Mickie James obsession lead to some decent build-up going into this match. Trish was pretty dominant, but Mickie came back, even hitting the Stratusfaction. Trish retains with the Chick Kick

Match rating: 3/5

Jerry "The King" Lawler vs Gregory Helms

To me, this was a match to fill out the card a bit. No offense to either man, but it wasn't really necessary. Most of the people around me took the time to go to the concessions or whatever. Helms was in control for a while, but the veteran King lands the Fist Drop for the win

Match rating: 2/5

Triple H vs Big Show

Match of the night in my view. Triple H is one of the greatest wrestlers and why he wasn't in the Elimination Chamber is questionable. Big Show is massive in real life. Some good build-up and Triple H was in firm control for most of the match, picking apart Big Show's broken hand like only he can. Big Show attempts the chokeslam, Triple H uses the sledgehammer and the Pedigree to pick up the win

Match rating: 5/5

Shelton Benjamin vs Viscera

I am a personal fan of both of these men. Shelton Benjamin is one the greatest athletes on Raw period and Viscera is a joy to watch. Benjamin picks up his first win in about a month with some help from his momma and the Dragon Whip

Match rating: 3/5

Bra and Panties Gauntlet match
Maria vs Candice Michelle vs Torrie Wilson vs Victoria vs Ashley

Maria really changed my opinion of her in this match. She started against Candice and eliminated her, then moved on to face Torrie Wilson, who has more wrestling experience than everyone except Victoria. Victoria puts an end to Maria and gets blindsided by a surprise appearance from Moolah and Mae Young. Ahsley wins and gives the fans what they want

Match rating: 2/5

Elimination Chamber match
WWE Championship
John Cena(c) vs Shawn Michaels vs Carlito vs Kurt Angle vs Chris Masters vs Kane

The crowd was very anti-Cena heading into this match and its very clear why. He was not really WWE Champion material. He was always on defense and always won in the same fashion. Clothesline, Killswitch Powerbomb, 5 Knuckle Shuffle, FU and/or STFU. Never any change
Cena and Michaels start it out, followed by Carlito, Angle, Masters and Kane
Angle is the greatest wrestler in the WWE period. Him being eliminated first was total garbage. He was in total control and an opportunistic Shawn Michaels nailed him with Sweet Chin Music while the crowd begged Cena to tap to the Ankle Lock. Carlito and Masters teamed up for the duration of the match, eliminating Kane and Michaels. Wile Masters had Cena in the Master Lock, Carlito betrayed him, picked up the pin and was promptly pinned by John Cena to retain the WWE title

Match rating: 4/5

But wait, there's more

Vinny Mac comes out and demands the Chamber be lifted because there is still one more match to take place. Edge chose the perfect time and place to cash in Money in the Bank

WWE Championship
John Cena(c) vs Edge

I know exactly why Vince McMahon made this move. He enjoys his ability to make the fans cheer for who he wants them to cheer for and boo for who he wants them to boo for. Since the fans were not doing it his way, he sought to fix it

Edge comes out and tears Cena apart, practically salivating the whole time, landing the spear and becoming the NEW WWE Champion

Match rating: 4/5 (its gets higher because of the element of surprise)"
Michael T. Barrell | 01/09/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Edge! Edge! Edge!!! Edge is the new champ! Best moment in WWE history ever!"
Great PPV
The Pedigreeing Stunner Anthony T. | NY | 01/10/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Match 1. Intercontinental Champion Ric Flair vs. Edge w/ Lita for the Intercontinental Championship
Rating: 8 or 7/10
Winner: Ric Flair by Disqualification from Edge

Match 2. Women's Champion Trish Stratus vs. Mickey James for the Women's Championship
Rating: 5/10
Winner: Trish Status

Match 3. Jerry "The King" Lawyer vs. Gregory Helms
Rating: 2/10
Winner: Jerry "The King" Lawyer

Match 4. Big Show w/ a broken hand vs. Triple H
Rating: 9/10
Winner: Triple H

Match 5 (Added Match). Shelton Benjamin w/ his mama vs. Viscera
Winner: Shelton Benjamin

Match 6. First Ever Bra and Panties Gauntlet Match Ashley vs. Maria vs. Victoria vs. Candice vs. Torrie Wilson
Rating 4/10
Winner: Ashley
Disguisting interference by Fabolous Moolah and Mae Young

Match 7. Elimination Chamber Match WWE Champion John Cena vs. Carlito vs. "The Masterpiece" Chris Masters vs. Kane vs. Kurt Angle vs. Shawn Michaels for the WWE Championship
Order of Elimination:
First. Kurt Angle
Second. Kane
Third. Shwn Michaels
Fourth. "The Masterpiece" Chris Masters
Fifth. Carlito
Winner: John Cena
Rating: 10/10

Match 8 (Added Match). Edge (Cashed in Money in the Bank for this match) w/ Lita vs. WWE Champion John Cena for the WWE Championship
Rating: 10/10
Winner: Edge