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Pretty Good DVD!!!
D. Hurley | CA, United States | 09/07/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This shows you everything from the undertakers first Time he set foot in the ring and how he got interseted and exposed to the WWE to his career fighting Triple H at Wrestlemania X-7 in an awesome brutal match (one of my favorites).This is a way better DVD then his last Undertaker "The Phenom" DVD which only showed matches(which was also pretty cool that they did that but I still like the other DVD set up much better)and no behind the scenes footage or the undertaker's opinion on the matches!DVD Extras-Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels (Badd Blood 97')
Undertaker vs. Kane (Wrestlemania 98')
Undertaker vs. Kane (Unforgiven '98)
Undertaker vs. Kurt Angle (Fully Loaded '00)
Undertaker vs. Triple H (Wrestlemania '01)(these are all full matches)and exclusive bonus Interviews!!!"
Great for Undertaker fans
Kyra Sedgwick | Fort Lauderdale, FL United States | 10/10/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you are a huge Undertaker fan, like I am, then you'll love this DVD. The Undertaker is a very private person, and there's not a lot known about his private life. So, it's pretty cool that in this DVD you get to see a little of his house in Tampa, FL, as well as some of his motorcycles. There's also a some segments that include Sara (his wife) and Undertaker even shows and talks about some of his awesome tatoos. For me, the best part of the whole thing is just seeing Undertaker talking about and being himself. This DVD doesn't really get much into Undertaker's history; it more deals with his present-day "Badass" incarnation- tho there is some interesting footage of a young Undertaker wrestling as Mean Mark Callous in the beginning. Also included are some great extras, such as the first "Hell in a Cell" match against Sean Micheals. All in all, well worth the...price tag for fans of the Phenom."
WWF's best DVD to date
shinryuu | Loganville, GA USA | 02/04/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Usually I don't buy WWF's DVD's due to lack of extra's but in this case it highlights one of the all time greats, The Undertaker.Going into this title I didn't know what to expect. Would I see more Taker's current status or would I see the Phenom? What I got was a perfect combination of old and new. We actually get to see highlights Undertaker starting out as "Mean Mark". The video itself is outstanding with commentary by superstars such as Kurt Angel, Chris Jericho, Kane, Paul Heyman and good ol' Jim Ross. This DVD also delivers in extra's. Finally, a DVD that includes Michaels VS. Taker as well as the inferno match with Kane.while I do indeed miss Undertaker's darker days, it's intreasting to see how he has evolved. It's also intreasting to just see Undertaker sit down and talk about his life and all that he has done. I had seen so much WCW when I was little and it wasn't until about 1991 (I was still little) that I actually began watching WWF. When I came in Undertaker and Hogan were fueding and so this DVD brings back tons of memories for yours truly. If your the least bit of an Undertaker fan then this is a really worth while DVD that is sure to please. In my view it truly does show that Undertaker is a living legend.-Jason Glasco"
It's Undertaker's yard and he runs it.
kpm22 | Beverly, MA United States | 05/30/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I thought it was a cool dvd. It has a few clips from his WCW days as 'Mean' Mark Callous.In WCW he was managed by both Paul E. Dangerously and current WWE ref, Theodore 'Teddy' Long. It shows him outside the ring and arena. It has part of his HIAC match with Mankind, Fully Loaded match with Kurt Angle, WM14 and Inferno match with Kane. Undertaker is a true locker-room leader. Comments made by Kane, Brooklyn Brawler, Paul Heyman, J.R., Matt Hardy, Edge, Earl Hebner and Howard Finkle. Jericho admits that he should be more carefull about the things he says to some of the boys in the back. The bonus featres include several of the matches named above as well as the first HIAC with HBK and his WM X-7 match with HHH. The only thing that disapionted me about the WM X-7 match was the ref being out cold for most of the brawl. I was a little shocked to find that his match with Mankind at KOTR in HIAC was not part of the bonus features. It has his fueds with HBK,Kurt Angle and Kane. The tape also includes clips from his match with Hogan at S.Series 1991. I hope the next Hogan/Undertaker match will be just the two of them, no Flair and no Vince McMahon just the two of them.DVD Extras
vs.HBK HIAC '97
vs.Kane Unforgiven(Inferno match)'98
vs.Kurt Angle Fully Loaded '00
vs.Triple H WrestleMania X-7I have always had alot of respect for the Undertaker because he changes with the times and his new Wrestle Mania is 11 and 0, with A-Train and Big Slow being the latsest of the Undertaker's Wrestle Mania victoms. Plus he is 6'10", over 300 lbs. and moves around the ring like a real athlete."