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WWE Wrestlemania XX
WWE Wrestlemania XX
Actors: Paul Levesque, Chris Benoit, Shawn Michaels, Eddie Guerrero, Kurt Angle
Director: Kevin Dunn
Genres: Television, Sports
NR     2004     4hr 35min


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Actors: Paul Levesque, Chris Benoit, Shawn Michaels, Eddie Guerrero, Kurt Angle
Director: Kevin Dunn
Creators: Simon L. Edwards, Vince McMahon, Ed Koskey
Genres: Television, Sports
Sub-Genres: Television, Wrestling
Studio: World Wrestling
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 04/27/2004
Original Release Date: 03/14/2004
Theatrical Release Date: 03/14/2004
Release Year: 2004
Run Time: 4hr 35min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 3
SwapaDVD Credits: 3
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 0
Edition: Box set,Limited Edition
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English, Spanish

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Movie Reviews

WrestleMania XX - Where It All Begins...Again!
Chad Mosher | Flint, MI | 03/13/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Scheduled Release Date: April 27, 2004
Event Date: March 14th, 2004Here's the official description of the video:Disc 1
- WrestleMania XX pay-per-view event part one (March 14th)Disc 2
- WrestleMania XX pay-per-view event part two (March 14th)
- Bonus interviews, Sunday Night Heat matches (aired March 14th on Spike TV), and WWE Hall of Fame ceremony footage/interviews (March 13th)Disc 3
- WWE Films Presents: "The Mania of Wrestlemania" (aired March 12th on UPN)
- Top 10 Matches of Wrestlemania special (aired March 9th on Spike TV)
- WrestleMania History (photo gallery, factoids, official results) and WrestleMania triviaWrestleMania Card:World Heavyweight Championship
Triple H vs. Chris Benoit vs. Shawn Michaels WWE Championship
Eddie Guerrero vs. Kurt AngleGoldberg vs. Brock Lesnar
Special Referee: "Stone Cold" Steve Austin Undertaker vs. Kane United States Championship
John Cena vs. Big Show The Rock and Mick Foley (Rock 'n' Sock Connection) vs. Ric Flair, Randy Orton and Batista (Evolution)World Tag Team Championships Match
Booker T and RVD vs. Mark Jindrak and Garrison Cade vs. La R?sistance vs. Dudley Boyz WWE Tag Team Championships Match
Scotty 2 Hotty and Rikishi vs. APA vs. Basham Brothers vs. Self-Proclaimed World's Greatest Tag TeamPlayboy Evening Gown Match
Sable and Torrie Wilson vs. Stacy Keibler and Miss Jackie Cruiserweight Open (WWE Cruiserweight Championship)Women's Championship
Victoria vs. Molly Holly
If Molly loses, she must shave her head baldChristian vs. Chris JerichoDVD Note: There are also many "Easter Eggs" hidden around the discs."
Two Tremendous Main Events and a Decent Undercard
presypclhs | New Jersey USA | 02/19/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Wrestlemania XX will remain one of my favorite Wrestlemanias ever, primarily because the two main events, especially the Raw main event. Those two matches alone are worth buying this DVD.

Big Show (C) v. John Cena
This is a pretty poor match. Put it this way, the Big Show isnt a great wrestler, and Cena only looks good when he's put in there with someone whose very talented. Not a great way to start the show, but for some reason, Cena was pretty over with the crowd so it got them pumped for the rest of the event.

Booker T & Rob Van Dam v. The Dudley Boys v. La Resistance v. Mark Jindrak & Garrison Cade
This match was alright. The teams had good chemistry together, but Jindrak and Cade looked a little lost out there. The Dudleys and La Resistance are talented tag team wrestlers, and Booker and RVD always look good, so this is worth watching.

Christian v. Chris Jericho
This was a great match, with a nice surprise ending. Christian and Jericho are two very talented guys and I'm glad that they were given plenty of time for this match. This is the first really good match of the night.

Evolution v. the Rock & Sock Connection
I was pleasantly surprised by this one. Neither the Rock nor Mick Foley had wrestled recently, but they looked great out there together. Batista was dominant as always, and Ric Flair was just fun to watch. Orton looked a little lost but he pulled it together half way through and helped out the match quite a bit.

Torrie Wilson & Sable v. Stacy Kiebler & Jackie Gayda, Playboy Evening Gown Match
If you want a wrestling match, skip this one. None of these four are good wrestlers. However, they are alot of fun to look at, so if you're in to that, go ahead and take a peek.

Cruiserweight Invitational: Chavo Guerrero v. Jamie Noble v. Funaki v. Ultimo Dragon v. Rey Mysterio v. Nunzio v. Tajiri v. Shannon Moore v. Billy Kidman
Yet again the cruiserweights are not given enough time. You have some tremendous talent in here, with the likes of Mysterio, Ultimo Dragon, Tajiri and Kidman, but this match just came off hurried and dull. Still fun to watch because these guys can perform some great moves, but not as good as it should have been.

Bill Goldberg v. Brock Lesnar, Special Guest Referee Steve Austin
I really didnt expect much from this one. Lesnar is an awful wrestler and Goldberg isnt all that much better. The most interesting part of this match was listening to the fans abuse Lesnar and Goldberg. Austin really made this match interesting. Both guys were leaving the company, and really the company was better off, especially without Lesnar. Worth a laugh, but not much to see here. It was nice to see someone beat the hell out of Lesnar, who is usually just allowed to dominate.

Scotty 2 Hotty & Rikishi v. the Basham Brothers v. the APA v. World's Greatest Tag Team
This match was a little better than the Raw version, given the incredible talent and skill that Shelton Benjamin and Charlie Haas possess. Scotty 2 Hotty and Ron Simmons both looked really good out there. Even the Bashams and JBL looked okay. Rikishi was fairly typical of his normal stuff, but this is worth watching.

Victoria v. Molly Holly
This was probably the end of the woman's division on Raw. It was one of the last good women's wrestling matches. These two are fairly decent, and although having Trish and Lita in there would have made it a very good match, this was still decent, although it was way too rushed.

Eddie Guerrero (C) v. Kurt Angle
This match was great. Eddie and Kurt are two amazingly talented wrestlers and they put on a hell of a show. The ending was especially great, and this match was just so much fun to watch.

Undertaker v. Kane
While this match wasnt quite as good as the Wrestlemania XIV version, it was still pretty good. It's nice to see the Deadman Gimmic back, but I think Undertaker was a little too dominating for this match to be taken seriously instead of just as another Undertaker beating.

Triple H (C) v. Chris Benoit v. Shawn Michaels
This is easily one of the greatest matches in Wrestlemania history. These three put on a tremendous contest, that went back and forth and sideways and seemed like it could end a thousand times but someone always made the save. A very exciting match, and definitely worth the cost of the whole DVD by itself.

Wrestlemania ended with one of the greatest moments in wrestling history, the two champions Guerrero and Benoit, standing in the middle of the ring celebrating. Benoit finally got the recognition he deserves, even though he may never get the title back again. But what a great time for professional wrestling. Guerrero and Benoit, two tremendous wrestlers, are the champions. Compare this to after Wrestlemania XXI where Batista and Cena were champions. Notice the difference?"
WWE WrestleMania 20
Ao | 03/14/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Overall this was an excellent event. It was a little over-hyped though. Most off the matches were completly rushed as well, but they were still good. Here are the matches.

1. John Cena vs. The Big Show 8/10
A really good opener, but no 10/10 because it went a little to slow, but you can't really expect the Big Show to go fast. The ending is amazing when John Cena does the FU on the Big Show to get the victory. John Cena also became the new WWE United States Champion that night.

2. Rob Van Dam and Booker T vs. Rene Dupree and Robert Conway vs. Mark Jindrak and Garrison Cade vs. D-Von and Bubba Ray Dudley 7/10
This was a pretty good match, and it was entertaining. The problem was that it went kind of slow until the last few minutes. Booker T was literally in the ring the whole time until almost the end when it started going crazy. Rob Van Dam hits a five star frog splash on Rob Conway to get the victory and to retain.

3. Christian vs. Chris Jericho 9/10
A really good match. Good wrestling finally came from both men here. I was really impressed with Christian because I did not think he could do it. The ending is really suprising when Trish comes to the ring and makes it look like she is helping Jericho, when she is really not. Trish slaps Jericho REALLY HARD and then Christian some neat move. Christian and Trish walk away together and then kiss, while Jericho looks on from the ring looking furious. Big suprise to me. Good match do not skip.

4. Randy Orton, Batista, and Ric Flair vs. Mick Foley and The Rock (Handicap Match) 10/10
An excellent match. Its kind of hard to explain everything that happened but some of the good parts was when The Rock punched Ric Flair really hard in the mouth because he said WHOOO! to him. Another kind of funny part was when Batista or somebody (I think Randy) swung Mick and he hit the steps. I was suprised Mick even got up. Dissapointing ending when Mick Foley took out Mr. Socko but when he did thta, Orton came and did the RKO on him. The Rock and Mick look sad, but then they shake hands. Another good match, DO NOT SKIP.

5. Sable and Torrie Wilson vs. Miss Jackie and Stacy Keibler 6/10
Kinda bad. This match was REALLY SHORT, but it had like one or two good moves in it. You really can't expect much from women's match though. Mostly a guy match, so if you like these girls then wath it. If you really don't care watch it or skip it (mostly skip it).

6. Chavo Guererro vs. Nunzio vs. Jamie Noble vs. Tajiri vs. Akio vs. Funaki vs. Shannon Moore vs. Ultimo Dragon vs. Billy Kidman vs. Rey Mysterio (Crusierweight Open/Guantlet Match) 9/10
This match was pretty good, although it was kind of rushed. The match started of well with Ultimo Dragon vs. Shannon Moore until Jamie Noble started dominating. On one of Jamie Noble's pins, he pinned Funaki in 3 seconds! Jamie Noble was then later eliminated by Billy Kidman (I think) after Noble got Nunzio counted-out. Sadly, Akio never got to wrestle because he tried to help Tajiri when he was fighting Rey Mysterio, but Tajiri accidently missed Rey and spit that green stuff in Akio's face. Chavo gets the victory over Rey to retain with his father's help.

7. Brock Lesnar vs. Goldberg 5/10
WORST MATCH OF THE NIGHT! Yes, this match was bad. I had hard time believing it too. I thought this match was going to be cool, but it really sucked. When both men came to the ring (including Steve Austin as referee) all they did was stare at each other. After a while they started pushing each other, and this lasted for about eight minutes with a few stares in between. The crowd even started chanting "THIS MATCH SUCKS!". Towards the last few minutes of the match, there was FINALLY some wrestling going on. Goldberg hit the Jackhammer (or whatever its called) on Lesnar to get the victory. At the end, Lesnar flicks the crowd and Austin off. Austin then stuns Lesnar. Goldberg came back to the ring and he and Austin started drinking beers together, until Austin stunned Goldberg too. Steve Austin carried the match bascially (even though he was only the ref). I kind of felt sorry for Lesnar and Goldberg though. Not worth your time really, so skip it.

8. Rikishi and Scotty 2 Hotty vs. Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin vs. Bradshaw and Faarooq vs. Doug and Danny Basham 8/10
This match was better than the tag team match earlier. It was better because it had at least different people come in at all times (except for Faarooq who never came in). In the match, I thought it was funny how the Basham kept tagging each other to keep Scotty from tagging Rikishi. Towards the end everything went crazy. Bradshaw and Faarooq could have been the new tag champs because Bradshaw hit that knockdown with his arm (the one they say is from "hell") on one of the Bashams. Bradshaw then tried to do the same on Rikishi, but Rikishi then did a Samoen Drop on Bradshaw. From there Rikishi went to the Basham lying on the floor and sat on him REALLY HARD. This enabled him and Scotty to get the victory and retain. Good match.

9. Molly Holly vs. Victoria 7/10
I was amazed thatthis match was pretty good. A lot of good moves here. Too short to explain anything though. Victoria gets the victory, and then Molly Holly gets her hair cut (turns bald). Molly tries to run, but she gets caught. This explains why Molly looks the way she does now. I actually felt bad Molly.

10. Kurt Angle vs. Eddie Guerrero 9/10
Excellent match. Eddie was in control most of the match, until almost the end when Kurt got Eddie's ankle. It looked like Eddie was going to lose, but not quite. Eddie outsmarted Kurt when Kurt had his ankle, and then he turned around while Eddie untied his boot making it look like it was hurt. When Kurt turned back around, he got Eddie ankle, but Eddie pushed him away and Kurt had his boot in his hand. Eddie then did a roll-up (with is feet on the ropes) on Kurt which got him the victory to retain.

11. Kane vs. The Undertaker 7/10
I was really dissapointed with this match. I say skip it because nothing much happenned here. The Undertaker gets the victory. The entances though are cool.

12. Shawn Michaels vs. Chris Benoit vs. Triple H 10/10
Good match. A lot action too explain, but the edning is a classic. Benoit gets the cross-face on Triple H and make him tap. Benoit then celebrates with Eddie Guerrero. DO NOT SKIP!, it is really good."
Hits in a big way, misses in a big way.
C. Golden | Springfield MA | 06/06/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This event was hyped up so so so much that i don't thik it could have ever lived up to it. And it didn't. BUT, it gave us some spectacular matches, including a great triple threat and a hell of a WWE title match.UNITED STATES CHAMPIONSHIP
Big Show (c) v. Jon Cena ***1/2
Great opening match. Cena just looks so so so excited to be there. Big Show preforms well in losing his title.WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP
RVD/Booker T (c) v. The Dudley Boyz v. La Resistance v. Jindrak/Cade **
Again, tag team wrestling has gone to hell. I'd really like to see just two teams go at it for once. Enough of this stuff. Fast paced, but it puts me to sleep.Christian v. Chris Jericho ****
Besides the title matches, this was by far the match of the night. Jericho was his usual brilliant self, but it was Christian who stole the show in this one. He's probobly the most underrated star in the WWE right now. He's moving up fast and earned a well-deserved mania victory. Not a dull moment with one hell of a twist in the end.Rock n Sock v. Evolution ****
Another good match. Not the greatest in terms of wrestling, but by FAR the most purely entertaining match of the night. Rock and Flair are hysterical together. Foley is just oozing with class and puts over Orton. Orton does his part too. Very fun match.PLAYBOY EVENING GOWN MATCH
Sable/Torrie v. Stacy/ Miss Jackie *
Matt Hardy was left off of the card for this. AwfulCRUSERWEIGHT OPEN **1/2
I'm not a big big fan of Cruserweights, but I was excited for this match and a little let down. I thought it was going to More of a battle royal type thing or at least the format they had with Chavo mixed in insted of at the end. Not bad though. Billy Kidman impresses big time.Brock Lesnar v. Bill Goldberg **
Stone Cold shouldn't have been involved in this to begin with. Brock announcing he was leaving and Goldberg almost def. leaving really put the crowd on edge. They really rode both of these guys bigtime. The match was just bad all the way down. Circumstance and poor booking killed this match. Biggest dissapointment of the night by a long shot.WWE Tag Team Titles
Scotty/ Rikishi(c) v. APA v. The Bashams v. TWGTT **
TWGTT really put on a cool show here. Again nothing to get excited about though. Typical tag team bore fest.WOMENS CHAMPIONSHIP
Molly Holly v. Victoria(c) **1/2
I'm not the greatest fan of women's wrestling, but lemme tell ya, these girls can put together a hell of a match. For women this was outstanding. The hair stipulation also added to it. I enjoyed it.WWE CHAMPIONSHIP
Eddie Guererro(c) v. Kurt Angle *****
Thrilling match. Technical materpeice. Great Ending. I knew this would be good going in, but this match really blew me away. Loved every second of it.The Undertaker v. Kane ***
Super hyped match. A great return for the dead man, it's just this match was SO predictable. The two worked a little slow, but for entertainment value alone, I'll give this an extra star.WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP
Triple H(c) v. Shawn Michaels v. Chris Benoit *****
Off the charts. Second best mania main event I have ever seen besides the Rock and SCSA at WM17... Still, a phenominal match with an AMAZING spot on the table, good use of the outside area... what impressed me is that we didn't see any weapons used. They put together such and incredibly entertaining match and the ending is appropriate. Benoit was way way way overdue for the moment, but then again, that's what made it so special. Best ending to a wrestlemania ever."