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ECW (Extreme Championship Wrestling) - Deep Impact Uncensored
ECW - Deep Impact Uncensored
Extreme Championship Wrestling
Actors: Sabu, Terry Funk, Cactus Jack, Steve Austin
Genres: Television, Sports
NR     2001     0hr 1min

Extreme Championship Wrestling is back with the third edition of the most groundbreaking wrestling video series anywhere - "Deep Impact." Joey Styles, the voice of ECW provides exclusive commentary and insight into the mi...  more »


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Actors: Sabu, Terry Funk, Cactus Jack, Steve Austin
Genres: Television, Sports
Sub-Genres: Television, Wrestling
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 04/10/2001
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2000
Release Year: 2001
Run Time: 0hr 1min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 4
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Buy This
Mr. JKW | 04/15/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I pre ordered this and recieved it today(4/14). When I got it I put in in the DVD player and watched every second of the 148 minutes(not including the special features). Here are my thoughts of the matches.Mikey Whipwreck vs. The Sandman vs. Austin A pretty good match. Very cool to see Austin from '95 with long blond hair.Born To be Wired: Barb Wire match for the ECW heavyweight title Sabu vs. Terry Funk This match was B-R-utal(as Edge and Christain) would say. It was very hard to watch at times. Overall it was a great match though and the effort these men put into this match is astounding.Taz vs. B.B.B. I liked this match. If you haven't seen Taz before the WWF than this is a good match to see. Very stiff match.Funker and Sandman vs. Cactus Jack and Shane Douglas A pretty good match with a very "firey" ending.Tanaka and the new F'n show vs. Mike Awesome and Justin Credible I was glad to see this match because of Jerry Lynn(I can't wait till he debuts with the WWF). I also marked for Awesome's mullet. This was a good match.Tajiri vs. Psicosis This match was incredible. Great Technical action. This match made me more anxious for Tajiri's WWF debut.Francine vs. Beulah Good T&A match. And even some classic Stevie Richards refereeing.Special Features: Wrestler Bios: Austin Francine Nova Raven Beulah Spike Dudley Benoit Bill Alfonso PsicosisCactus Promo: good old school Foley promo Austin Promo: funny Hogan impersionation by the "Stevester" Promo Montage: Short clips from old promos...good stuffBill Alfonso vs. Beulah Fonzie nearly died because of his blood loss in this match. He bladed wrong because he was like a fountain. This match was better than I thought it would be.This is a very good buy. If you don't have Extreme Evoulution or Path of Destruction I highly reccomend those DVDs also."
ECf'nW at it's best
joshn | Hells Kitchen | 06/16/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The third in ECWs' best of series is maybe the best. I'll rate the matches on the stars scale.Steve Austin vs. Mikey Whipwreck vs. The Sandman: A pretty good match that starts off slow but gets going when Sandman finally makes his appearance about seven minutes into the match. Pretty standard ECW fare in this match. Plus you get a look at the events that led up to it.(***)Sabu vs. Terry Funk: Born to Be Wired. one the sickest matches you'll ever see state-side. I've never seen anything like it. There is just too much barbed wire. So much that at the end of the match they become entangled with it and have to be cut free. (*****) Taz vs. Bam Bam Bigelow: Another great match featuring Taz (Boy, is the WWF wasting his talent.) Some really great hard-hitting spots. The end of this match simply cannot be topped. (***1/2)The Sandman and Terry Funk vs. Cactus Jack and Shane Douglas: This is a great garbage match with basically all the participants beating tthe hell out of each other for 15 minutes before Funk burns Cactus with a branding iron.(***1/4) Jerry Lynn and Masato Tanaka vs. Justin Credible and Mike Awesome: Whenever Tanaka and Awesome are involved you know it's going to be a great match, and this one doesn't disappoint.(****1/2) Psicosis vs. Yoshihiro Tajiri: This surprised me. It turned out to be, arguably the best match on here. So many great spots that it's mind blowing.(*****)Francine vs. Beulah: The supposed original catfight. Not much of a wrestling match with Stevie Richards refereeing and Raven interfering. Basically just glorified T&A (DUD)for the wrestling (*****) for T&A.Special features: The features on this disc are by far the best in the series.Promos: The promo montage is great, but the promos featuring Cactus Jack and Steve Austin are must haves.There's also a hidden promo with Austin making fun of Bischoff and WCW.Extreme Moments: Bill Alfonso vs. Beulah. This was supposed to be a mixed tag but came down to Fonsie taking on Beulah. Fonsie gets hit with a pan and bled so badly that it looked like a faucet.All in all if you liked the first two DVDs you'll find some great stuff here."
Stone Cold, Barbed Wire, Ring Breaking, Catfighting Action
D.P. | California | 05/28/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This is basically a compilation of matches from various ECW TV shows & PPV's with an introduction to each match by Joey Styles.

ECW Champion Mikey Whipwreck vs. Sandman vs. Steve Austin - This was Austin's second (and last) match in ECW & was better than his first one. The match itself was nothing much past that historical factor as it was mostly brawling between all three men.

Barbed Wire Match: ECW Champion Terry Funk vs. Sabu - This was the most brutial match in ECW history as they just got so entangled in the barbed wire that they had to be cut apart for minutes after the match. Even manager Bill Alfonzo was bleeding during this match. Certain parts of the match had Sabu's bicept ripped apart & the barbed wire was wrapped around Funk's neck to the point where he kept getting poked whenever he breathed. It's so violent that if you watched the "Bloodsport" DVD that WWE put out, Paul Heyman said (and I quote) "I never did another one because nobody could top that one...and I didn't want them to."
(Also available on "Bloodsport: ECW's Most Violent Matches")

Television Champion Taz vs. Bam Bam Bigelow - This was from Living Dangerously '98. This was really something to witness as it looked like a "david vs. goliath" match just from looking at the two but Taz did more than hold his own against Bigelow. Certain moments in the match include Bigelow punching through a piece of table straight to Taz's face & Taz being knocked out from hitting his head on the guardrail while suplexing Bigelow off the ramp into the crowd. The ending was really shocking & made a heavy impact to the point that then-WWF writer Terry Taylor openily admitted that he stole that idea & used it in WWF during an angle involving Undertaker & Big Show.
(Also available on "Rise & Fall Of ECW")

The Sandman & Terry Funk vs. Cactus Jack & Shane Douglas - This was one of the wild brawls that ECW was remembered for as they had sinapore canes, guardrails in the ring, a toolbox complete with tools, and even a flaming branding iron. A classic ECW hardcore brawl from the early days of Extreme.
(Also available on "Bloodsport: ECW's Most Violent Matches")

Masato Tanaka & Jerry Lynn vs. Mike Awesome & Justin Credible - Their seperate fueds mixed with each other for this tag team match that actually came off very well. You get a good mix of wrestling here that you would expect from Lynn/Credible along with the stiff chair & table shots that you expect from Tanaka/Awesome.

Yoshihiro Tajiri vs. Psicosis - This was from the late days of ECW where Psicosis returned to the ECW arena maskless (thanks WCW!). It was a good clash here between the two which showcases why Psicosis was underused in WCW for those who have only saw him there or in WWE as one of the Mexicools. Again, a good clash but nothing really memorable.

Francine vs. Beulah McGullicuty - This was dubbed as "The Original Catfight" and the catch was that Stevie Richards (Francine's boyfriend) was the referee while at the same time, he was tag team champions with Raven...who's girlfriend was Beulah. This I can't even classify as a match as it was just a segment to have hot women stripped down to their underwear & put over a storyline between all four participants. This was really nothing special unless your fans of Francine or Beulah...or love seeing hot women in their underwear.

Beulah McGillicutty vs. Bill Alfonso (in the Extreme Moments section) - Paul Heyman has called this match "5 of the most intense minutes in ECW history" as Alfonzo was nothing more than a 150 lbs. manager/former referee was bleeding so much that he makes Steve Austin's at WrestleMania 13 look like a papercut while Beulah put on some moves herself that were very impressive for being 105 lbs. untrained female. These two put on a better 5 minute match between each other that is actually better than alot of wrestlers can put together in 10 mins.
(Also available on "Bloodsport: ECW's Most Violent Matches")

The DVD extras the "Steve-amanic" promo and a hidden "Monday Niquil" promo by Steve Austin, and a promo by Cactus Jack. There's also a collage of the "Pulp Fiction" ECW promos including J.T. Smith, the Dudley's (before D-Von), Eliminators, Tommy Dreamer, Cactus Jack & Raven, Terry Funk, Bill Alfonzo, Tod Gordon, Steve Austin, Woman & Sandman, Mickey Whipwreck, Stevie Richards, Public Enemy along with those who have passed through ECW for a short time like the Steiner Brothers, Konnan, and Rey Mysterio.

The only flop I would say on this was the Beulah vs. Francine match (unless your just a fan of girls in their underwear) so I would recommend it."
An Awesome DVD
Gogeta1587 | North Carolina | 10/29/2002
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Here is a complete rundown of the matches.1:Mikey Whipwreck vs.Sandman vs. Steve Austin
This was a decent match.Kinda slow at times but make up for it with some good technical wrestling.2:Terry Funk vs. Sabu
One word-WOW.This was a great match.Its amazing what these two men can put their bodies through.It was a very violent and bloody match.The ending of the match is pretty disturbing.If you have never seen a barb wire match,when you see this one,you can't help but to just drop your jaw at some parts.3:Taz vs. Bam Bam Bigelow
This was another good match,with a couple nice spots.Taz suplexes bigelow off the entry ramp.But its nothing compared to the ending of the match,which is very cool.4:Funk and Sandman vs. Cactus Jack and Shane Douglas
This really wasn't even a tag match,it was just two teams beating the mess out of each other.The match was pretty good but the ending is VERY HOT.LITERALLY.5:Tanaka and Lynn vs. Awesome and Credible
This was a good tag match with some good technical wrestling.This match also features a really nice table spot.6:Tajiri vs. Psicosis
This was an amazing match.It has alot of high flying moves and the match is very fast paced,both men show some very nice moves.The kicks that Tajiri does in the match are simply awesome,especially at the end.7:Francine vs. Beulah McGuillicuty
This is definetely the most boring match on the DVD.If you are a fan of T&A,you will definetely like this one.But if not,don't bother watching it.Extras:Rare Promos,Wrestler bios,and one extreme moment where Bill Alfonso bleeds alot.So overall,a very good DVD.You won't be disappointed."