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WWE Wrestlemania XIX
WWE Wrestlemania XIX
Actors: Kurt Angle, Brock Lesnar, Paul Levesque, Booker Huffman, Steve Austin
Director: Kevin Dunn
Genres: Action & Adventure, Sports
NR     2003     4hr 0min

A match 20 years in the making: hogan vs. Mcmahon: two of the greatest amateur wrestlers square off for the wwe title: brock lesnar vs. Kurt angle: the rock has never beaten stone cold at wrestlemania. Will that streak end...  more »


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Actors: Kurt Angle, Brock Lesnar, Paul Levesque, Booker Huffman, Steve Austin
Director: Kevin Dunn
Creator: Vince McMahon
Genres: Action & Adventure, Sports
Sub-Genres: Action & Adventure, Wrestling
Studio: World Wrestling
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen
DVD Release Date: 06/03/2003
Original Release Date: 03/30/2003
Theatrical Release Date: 03/30/2003
Release Year: 2003
Run Time: 4hr 0min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaDVD Credits: 2
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English, Spanish

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Movie Reviews

Best WrestleMania--- Ever!
J. Inman | Lodi, California United States | 04/15/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This was a very solid show. There were fireworks in the beginning. I was there.Cruiserweight Championship:
Matt Hardy V.1(Champion) w/ Shannon Moore vs. Rey Mysterio
This match was surprisingly short, but good. Shannon Moore carried the entire affair. ***Undertaker vs. A-Train and Big Show
Not as horrible, horrible, waste of time as I suspected. Nathan Jones kicked Big Show, and all was made right. Undertaker really put A-Train in his place. ***Women's Championship:
Victoria (Champion) w/ Steven Richards vs. Trish Stratus vs. Jazz
This match, while not stratusfying, was the best women's match I've seen. Disappointing ending, but what're you gonna do (not let Felina debut, that's for darned sure). Steven bops himself on the head. ****WWE Tag Team Championship:
Team Angle (Champions) vs. Los Guerreros vs. Chris Benoit & Rhyno
Thank God for you, Team Angle. You do NOT suck. Neither does Eddie and Chavo's new entrance video. ***1/2"HBK" Shawn Michaels vs. "Y2J" Chris Jericho
Best match of the night. A Macho Man vs. Ricky Steamboat, if ever there was one, aside from the original. For this not to be nominated for match of the year would be sodomy, plain and simple. *****Limp Bizkit Concert ***Catfight: Torrie Wilson vs. Stacy Keibler vs. Catfight Girls
Very entertaining until screwjob ending. **** (for entertainment and sheer technical mastery)World Championship:
Triple H (Champion) w/ Ric Flair vs. Booker T
Good match, but with a pace similar to something out of WrestleMania 6 or 7. Cool Houston Hangover, but not much following except a pedigree. ***Street Fight:
Vince McMahon vs. Hulk Hogan
Much better than anticipated, with some cool high spots and excellent geriatric bumps. Roddy Piper shocked the world by making his triumphant return, only to bop Hogan on the head. ****1/2The Rock vs. Stone Cold
Better than WreslteMania XV, not as good as X-7. Stone Cold was clearly mentally and physically, well, not there. Surprising ending that seemed rather anti-climactic. ****WWE Championship:
Kurt Angle (Champion) vs. Brock Lesnar
Very good match (considering the champ had a broken neck) with some excellent spots. Brock misses a shooting star press and bops himself on the head. ****1/2In conclusion, it was the best WrestleMania in years, with many celebrities, many surprises, and many people getting bopped on the head."
WrestleMania Great event Great Extras
mattitude | 06/02/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Wrestlemania XIX DVD
Running Time: 7 hours

WWE Championship Match
Kurt Angle vs. Brock Lesnar Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock Street Fight "20 Years in the Making"
Hulk Hogan vs. Mr. McMahon World Heavyweight Championship Match
Triple H vs. Booker T Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Jericho Triple-Threat WWE Tag Team Championship Match
Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin vs Eddie Guerrero & Chavo Guerrero vs Chris Benoit & Rhyno Triple-Threat Women Championship Match
Victoria with Steven Richards vs. Trish Stratus vs. Jazz Undertaker & Nathan Jones vs. Big Show & A-Train WWE Cruiserweight Championship Match
Matt Hardy with Shannon Moore vs. Rey Mysterio DVD Extras:The Road to Wrestlemania:
- Wrestlemania Press Conference
- Edge's Wrestlemania Media Tour
- Wrestlemania Press Conference in NY City Wrestlemania Weekend:
- Trish Stratus - Full Axxess
- World Tag Team Championship
- Nathan Jones Attacked Post-Match Comments:
- Victoria
- Rey Mysterio
- A-Train
- Nathan Jones
- Stacy Keibler & Torrie Wilson Wrestlemania Retro:
- Christian, D-Von Dudley, Rob Van Dam, Shawn Michaels, Big Show, Spike Dudley,
Bubba Ray Dudley, Diamond Dallas Page, Trish Stratus, Stone Cold Steve Austin Wrestlemania Features:
- Wrestlemania - The Beginning
- Wrestlemania Celebrity Moments
- Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant
- Hulk Hogan at Wrestlemania
- Undertaker Undefeated Comments on Hogan vs. McMahon:
- Gene Okerlund
- Bobby Heenan Wrestlemania Promotional Spots:
- Wrestlemania Image Spot
- Wrestlemania - 4 Main Events! Wrestlemania Catfight Girls:
- Lunch
- At The Pool
- Rock vs. Austin Vince McMahon Training Vignettes:
- At Trax Training Center
- In The Weight Room The Night After Wrestlemania XIX:
Goldberg's WWE Debut on Raw"
"WrestleMania" At Its Best!
R.A. McKenzie | New York | 05/11/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This is easily one of the greatest "WrestleMania" events I've seen in its 22-and-running lineage. The Seattle crowd was always energetic (even during some poor moments). Limp Bizkit put on two spectacular performances. Plenty of pyro-technics and entrance flair were used to give each match its own 'epic feel'. And most importantly, the matches are consistently entertaining throughout. Here's the rundown:

1) Cruiserweight Championship
Rey Mysterio vs. Matt Hardy (champion)
---Mysterio enters in a Daredevil outfit, while the heavier Mattitude (Version 1.0) enters with his useless sidekick (Shannon Moore). This is a good match that the crowd is really into, but it's way too short. Eight minutes (including entrances) is not enough time to establish the Cruiserweight division's worth. Still, what's here is really good.
"7.0 / 10"

2) The Undertaker vs. Big Show & A-Train
---This was supposed to be a Tag Team match, but Nathan Jones was conveniently injured. That's okay, because at "WM", Taker deserves a solo spotlight. Limp Bizkit performs their "Rollin'" track, the three giants enter, and off we go. This is actually a fairly entertaining brawl between three huge athletes. The Undertaker actually makes us believe how he could have pulled this one off alone. Nathan Jones makes a surprise appearance and delivers some wicked kicks to Big Show and A-Train. It surprises me to say it, but this match is a look.
"6.0 / 10"

3) Women's Championship
Trish Stratus vs. Jazz vs. Victoria (champion)
---We can usually count on "WrestleMania" to give us good Women's matches, and this is no exception. Each competitor works hard to make this one work, plus Steven Richards has a hilarious chair spot. Oh by the way, fancy entrance for Trish Stratus, which proves WWE spent a crapload of money for the entire card.
"7.0 / 10"

4) WWE Tag Team Championships
Los Guerreros vs. Chris Benoit & Rhyno vs. Team Angle (champions)
---Take six of the WWE's top athletes, throw them all together in Tag Team action, and what do you get? One heck of a good contest. Shelton Benjamin and Charlie Haas (Team Angle) had a lot to prove as rookie superstars, and made believers out of us all. Eddie and Chavo (Guerreros) are always good, and so they are here, yet oddly keep the cheating to an all-time low. Chris Benoit really brings his A-game tonight, and Rhyno also makes his presence known here. This match could've been a little bit better - something's just missing here - but this is still one very good match.
"7.5 / 10"

5) Chris Jericho vs. Shawn Michaels
---First off, Shawn Michaels' usual pyro gets upgraded to confetti cannons and TWO sets of fireworks. Good Lord, the spectacle just keeps on coming. As for the match...Holy cow! What an amazing match! These two men showcase everything: breath-taking athleticism, crisp technical skills, finisher psychology, pure charisma, and never-say-die attitude. This is easily one of the greatest matches I've ever seen! There's no interference, cheating is kept to a minimum, and I'm a sucker for those false finishes. I've got nothing but praise now, but this match leaves me speechless every time I see it!
"9.5 / 10" - Match Of The Year!

6) Cat Fight
Tanya Salinger & Kitana Parker (Miller Lite Girls)
vs. Stacy Keibler & Torrie Wilson (WWE Divas)
---Not really a match, because nobody wins and it happens on the entrance stage. yes, these ladies are superhot, but something bothers me about this (other than it's a waste of time). The World Tag Team Titles Match got pushed to a pre-broadcast "HEAT". That title bout is on the DVD, but it deserved to be on the PPV show. Anyway, gorgeous women, stupid comedy.
"1.0 / 10"

7) World Heavyweight Championship
Triple H (champion) vs. Booker T
---Booker T is one of the most inconsistent wrestlers I've ever seen. He can be terrifically entertaining, but boring and uninteresting during other matches. But the Houston challenger brings his A-game tonight, and proves why he can carry the gold. Triple H gets a lot of criticism for being a show-stealer; but to me, he's a WWE professional who knows how to make other guys look good. The finish is pretty weak, but otherwise it's a solid match that earns its World Heavyweight Title headline.
"7.0 / 10"

8) Street Fight - 20 Years In The Making
Hulk Hogan vs. Vince McMahon
---I really don't care for this one at all. Yes, chair shots are always amusing, and Vince's ladder spot is neat. But this is merely a wannabe-Hardcore match with two geriatrics (or three if you include Roddy Piper). Does anybody really believe Hogan couldn't beat Vinnie Mac? Sadly, Hogan's worst "WM" match ever...including against Yokozuna @ "WM 9".
"3.0 / 10"

9) The Rock vs. Stone Cold
---This is a tough one to call. On the one hand, I recognize that Austin and Rock are two of the greatest WWE has ever had. I realize they take superstardom to the max, and always work hard to put on a great show. However, my other hand tells me that I've seen this match before...twice! If you haven't seen any of their previous classic battles, then you're in for a real treat. However, chances are you have seen those two matches. I'm guessing most will enjoy this one, but not love it. To me, it's a passable match with a neat "ACT III" headline written all over it.
"6.0 / 10"

10) WWE Championship
Kurt Angle (champion) vs. Brock Lesnar
---"WM" rarely goes wrong with main events, and I'm happy to say that this is one of the best! Both men are excellent technicians, incredibly quick, and possess an undying will to win. One thing that stood out to me is that these two guys know how to make submission holds interesting to watch. They're not afraid to mix some old-school pacing with some hard slams and bumps from the new-school pages. Lesnar's shooting-star-attempt is still painful to watch, and Angle really fought his heart out to make "WrestleMania XIX" worth the four-hour running time. Congrats to both men. Oh, and more pyro goes off as the show comes to its fadeout.
"8.0 / 10"

---In addition to one of the best "WrestleMania" PPVs ever, Disc II features a plethora of extras including interviews, trailers, superstars' favorite "Mania" moments, and the hour-long teaser program "WrestleMania 3rd Degree" that aired one week before "WM XIX". My highest recommendation possible for one of the WWE's best PPVs!"
WrestleMania XIX
Jason Bingum | Cali | 11/06/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This was one of the best WrestleManias i've ever viewed. Most of the card was solid and the DVD itself is packed with some great extras.SUNDAY NIGHT HEAT Extra
* RVD & Kane v. Lance Storm & Cheif Morley - Tag TitlesShould have replaced "Millerlite Catfight" segment during the actually show. Great match. Very intense action. Dudley Boyz even get involved and are a huge factor in the outcome. * Matt Hardy v. Rey Mysterio - Cruiserweight TitleThis was a very good opener. The only letdown was the crowd reactions and the finish.* Undertaker & Nathan Jones v. Big Show & A-TrainLimp Bizkit plays The Undertaker to the ring. Events during Sunday Night Heat turn this into a handicap match. The Undertaker "is" this match. The Big Show and A-Train ride on his back the entire contest. Nonetheless, a surprisingly entertaining match with Nathan Jones saving the day in the end.* Victoria v. Trish Stratus v. Jazz - Women's TitleThis is by-far the greatest women's match ever, whether at a WrestleMania or any other show. All three women give their all and put on a damn good show with, sadly, a lackluster crowd reaction, which is what kills this match. Steven Richards' comedic antics spice this one up as well.* Team Angle v. Los Guerreros v. Chris Benoit & Rhyno - Tag TitlesThe best three-way tag match to ever take place so far. Great performances by Chavo and Eddie Guerrero, who gave the greatest show of athletisism in the bout. Nice chaotic climax to end this one.* Shawn Michaels v. Chris JerichoExcellent contest. Shawn Michaels had an unbelievable entrance. Michaels not only pulled out some old tricks, but revealed some new ones. Chris Jericho also stole the show. Couldn't have asked for more from these two atheletes, with a post-match encounter that will leave any HBK fan with a sour taste in their mouth (shame on you Jericho).*WrestleMania Catfight
Millerlite Catfight Girls v. Torrie Wilson v. Stacy KeiblerHorrible gimmick match. Yes, the clevage (or what little bit there is..) is there. But..not only is it pointless. But we end up seeing Jonathan Coachman in his underwear and nothing close to the billing. oh well. Only bad spot of the night. * Triple H v. Booker T - World TitleGreat match. Triple H pulled out all the stops. Booker T showed why he deserved to be in a WrestleMania title match. Overall, Booker T stole the show with a throwback to his old Harlem Heat days (you'll just have to watch to find out). Would have been a perfect match had we seen Triple H pull out the 'ol sledge hammer and even more so, had we seen the man who really deserved to win walk out with the gold.* Hulk Hogan v. Vince McMahon - Street FightAwesome match-up. This is where the crowd was the loudest the whole night. Just how any street fight should be. Bloody and violent. A shocking return by one of Hogan and Vince's old nemesis'. Unbelievable ending.

* Stonecold Steve Austin v. The RockOne of the best match-ups of the night. The crowd is really into this one as well. Lots of nearfalls. This one will keep you on your toes until the very end...and what an end it was to an excellent feud. Nothing as shocking as X-7, where Austin turned heel, though. But still incredible. * Kurt Angle v. Brock Lesnar - Championship TitleBest match on the card. When watching this, just keep in mind that Kurt Angle is wrestling with a broken neck and you'll realize why. Brock Lesnar proves that he's more than just a "power-based" wrestler. There is no point in this match where you will want to stop and grab a snack or fast foward. The entire match is solid. Great performance by both men. All in all a top notch show. Great DVD. This WrestleMania alone could very well convert a non-fan into a hardcore fan. Not the best. Maybe not even in the top five. But definetely one of the best Mania's of all-time. Limp Bizkit's performance is amazing even if you're not a fan of their music. Ashanti's rendition of America the Beautiful at the beginning of the show is missing from the DVD (what's up with that?). The DVD extras are great, but it would have been nice if they would have included an extra historical match or two from prior Mania's. For example, the first two Austin/Rock encounters. Otherwise, an excellent DVD."