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WWE WrestleMania XV - The Ragin' Climax
WWE WrestleMania XV - The Ragin' Climax
Actors: Steve Austin, The Rock, Mankind
Genres: Sports
NR     1999     3hr 0min


     
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Actors: Steve Austin, The Rock, Mankind
Genres: Sports
Sub-Genres: Wrestling
Studio: Sony
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 10/26/1999
Original Release Date: 01/01/1999
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/1999
Release Year: 1999
Run Time: 3hr 0min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 6
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

The Greatest Event and so much more.
JD | Michigan | 11/06/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Wrestlemania 15 DVD is worth every penny. There are so many features its scary. You can listen to either the Rock or Stone Cold comentate the main event or you can get previews for the six main events and you can pick wich match you want to watch. There are even Biographys on all the wrestlers and managers that were there."
The Ragin Climax
Brandyn Sanders | North Carolina,United States | 12/28/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This ppv was by far the best one that ive ever seen.It was action all the way through.Alot happened,like in the match where Kane had to face HHH Chyna seemed to turn back to DX,but in the European title match when Chyna had the referee distracted,and HHH is in the ring to help his friend X-pac,or is he.HHH delivers A pedigree to X-pac,and pulls shane over him.Then Chyna lets the referee go,Shane picks up the win over X-pac,but HHH,and Chyna have joined the corporation. There is also A tag team title match between Jeff Jarret,Owen Hart vs. d lo Brown,and Test.There is A quite actioning Hardcore title match featuring B.A.Billy Gunn vs.Harcore Holly vs.Al Snow.A four corners elimination match for the intercontinental title with Goldust vs. Val Venis vs. Road Dogg vs. Ken Shamrock.There was A match to see who would be the special guest referee for the main event for the WWF title.The match was Mandkind vs. The Big Show.Mandkind won that match,but for the first time ever Mandkind is carried out on A stretcher to A local hospital,and paul wight is arrested for striking Vince MacMahon.Vince later appoints himself the special guest ref.When Vince gets in the ring as the referee Shawn Michaels comes out,and stops him.The match lasts 30 min.The Rock gets out A somoan drop on Austin,but only gets A two count the Rock gets ticked off at the referee and delivers A rock bottom to him,but when he turns around Austin stunners him and theRock does A backflip and then Austin goes for the cover ,but there is no referee and austin finnally gets a ref. but only gets A two count then they continue.Mandkind comes to referee the match,Austin gets another stunner out,and gets A three to reclaim the WWF title,What A night!"
Shopzone advice
Emmanuel W. Simms | 12/27/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Hello, Although I have not seen this DVD (thanks to wwfshopzone.com), I did attend the live event. I loved the live event and do love watching the VHS tape I made of the pay-per-view. I ordered this DVD 2 months ago (that's right TWO months ago) ... I understand that I should be getting it in the next week. Apparently, if I ordered it through Amazon.com I would have had it I don't know how many weeks ago. The reason for writing this message is to implore people NOT to use wwfshopzone.com to order merchandise they can get elsewhere (especially when it's much cheaper elsewhere i.e. Amazon.com) ... I have had nothing but problems and delays every time I order through wwfshopzone.com."
Worth The Watch
Emmanuel W. Simms | Canada | 02/13/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This DVD was a fantastic entry for the WWF into the DVD market. Most wrestling videos just give the replay of the entire event with a few extra behind the scenes thrown in, but this DVD packs much more then that.It has quick biographies and photos of all the wrestlers who participated in the event (and even a few who didn't) as well as showing the entire event in high quality footage. The ability to just chapter skip to whatever match you whish to see is incredibly conveninet. Especially when compared to fast forewarding video tapes and wondering exactly where the match actually took place on the card.In addition to being able to watch just a single match, or the whole un-interrupted event, there is a special section on the DVD which show the build up to the main matches on the PPV. You can see interviews and footage from RAW's which actually show how the match was built up.The DVD is headlined by an electric performance by Stone Cold and the Rock. A fantastic hard core title match with one of the first wrestling debut's of Shane McMahon. The matches flow smoothly and delivered on some high action spots as well. The performance from everyone involved was top notch as you would expect from such an important wrestling event. The only match that didn't live up to the hype was the Big Bossman Vs. Undertaker Hell In A Cell match. Perhaps a bad gimic for both wrestlers to pull off together.If you are a wrestling fan at all, watching wrestling on DVD is 100% more satisfying than video tapes. The WWF choose this PPV as their entry into the DVD market for good reason, it's matches, for the most part are crisp and awe inspiring. A must for any true wrestling fan."