For the first time EVER, all the best gags and antics of the World Wrestling Federation are in one spot. Witness the birth of Mr. Socko! Check out Shawn Michaels and D-X's most outrageous exploits. See Debra's pie and hi... more »larious outtakes never-before-seen on TV! You will smell what the Crock is cookin'. From the '80s to today, we've got every laugh covered. Hell, with a chicken suit and midgets, what more could you want?« less
Genres:Sports Sub-Genres:Wrestling Studio:Sony Format:DVD - Color DVD Release Date: 03/26/2002 Release Year: 2002 Screens: Color Number of Discs: 1 SwapaDVD Credits: 1 Total Copies: 0 Members Wishing: 2 MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated) Languages:English
"This DVD has some funny moments both recent and classic. Some great stuff with Bobby Heenan and Gorilla Monsoon. A lot of stuff that has been on Raw and Smackdown in the pat couple of years. If you've been a regular viewer, there may not be a lot of stuff you haven't. There are also some bloopers like Rock loosing his voice trying to do a live promo, and another where he drops his sunglasses while taking them off.Also there are no chapters or main menu to this DVD. It autoplays when you insert it and plays a continuous loop. And because of the rating, there is a lot of censoring(ie. Shawn and HHH's Xmas strip show, DX in New York)All in all, not a bad DVD, but at the same time not a great one either. There's"
Coulda Been a Lot Better
Edward D. Walden | 09/26/2004
(3 out of 5 stars)
"My wife bought this for me, It was alright, but it had no menu, no extras. It would have been better if there'd been back stories to some of the moments, or full length versions of some of the moments. There were some "classic" moments that had me yawning, simply because I didn't find them that funny the first time they'd aired. There were times that I was wondering what was going on. There's a segment dedicated to DX, but DX appeard throughout the entire DVD, the same with other people. Don't get me wrong, but it left a lot to be desired."
Somewhat good, but not a best seller.
Mike Sweeney | Salisbury, MA United States | 12/12/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"WWE funniest moments has its ups and downs. In this video, they show a variety of funny moments from the 1980's to 2003. They show DX making fun of Bill Clinton, The Nation of Domination, and much more. They show the embarassing moments of many superstars like The Rock's voice squeaking, Shawn Stasiak messing up his interviews, and many others. I like the food fight scenes in this movies. They show a lot of Thanksgiving food fight festivals and some are very entertaining. Oh yeah, they show disgusting moments that are very funny like The Rock giving a Rock Bottom to the British Bulldog on a pile of dog sh*t, They also show Trish Stratus dumping a pile of horse sh*t on Stephanie McMahon. They have many other disgusting moments also. This movie is very short. I don't know if you should get this video because it is good, but not great."
Funnniest Moments is OK
D. Hurley | CA, United States | 08/06/2003
(3 out of 5 stars)
"First off it was only ok it was not worth buying unless you are a major WWE DVD Collector (i am).Here are some pros and cons!pros-most of the parts were funny,combination of all the years even the earlier years of the WWE's funnist moments in history.You can watch it with your friends even if they arent into wreslting, they will like it.May Young(ewww)undressing with mark henry,DX comedy skits,Mr.Socko and mankind,Debra, pie, and Thanksgiving brawls!Cons-I was most dissapointed with this DVD not having any type of starting menu with no scene selection.Might as well get the VHS because their is no difference but jeeper then a DVD.No extra features i thought it would and should have.Some parts are stupid and not even funny at all.Overall, if you like WWE's comedic side, u should get it!If u arent really a big wrestling fan, rent it, or dont get it at all.It isnt that bad, but it isnt a great DVD. its pretty much average I'd say, maybe a little above. It's all depending on your taste in WWE DVD's!"
With a chicken suit and midgets, what more could you want?
Andariel Halo | Phenomynouss@hotmail etc is my e-mail | 01/28/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)
"The DVD seems divided in a few portions... things that were genuinely funny, and things that were only funny to Vince McMahon. To get an example of what is funny and what is funny to Vince McMahon, watch the WWE today. Find the attempts at "humor". Try to match them with what you find in here. There you have it.
For a collection advertised as "funniest moments", it really let me down. They only include the first line of The Rock's promo against Billy Gunn after King of the Ring 99 (where he says God spoke to Billy), and only include a few D-Generation X moments, much of the ones with Shawn Michaels and Triple H taken out of context. The Mark Henry bits are okay, but the Val Venis ones were duds. Sure, it's funny seeing Yamaguchi-san chop up penis-shaped food objects and shout "I CHOP YOU PEEPEE!", but they really went too far when they abducted Venis, took him backstage, stripped him nude, and put him in position to LITERALLY (not really) cut his "peepee".
There's way too many midgets, in my opinion. I don't think midgets are inherently funny unless they're doing something funny. Just like real people. Because midgets are real people, just short.
The chicken suit one WAS funny... but you wouldn't ever tell from this collection, because they barely show any of the skits featuring the chicken suit. You can see more of them (if not all of them) on Mick Foley's now out of print "Hard Knocks and Cheap Pops" video.
Some of the skits they show from the 80s and 90s are either taken way out of context, or simply... weird. They feature some guy (whose name I don't even know. I thought it was Bobby Heenan, but I could be wrong) trying to be in a western movie.
The Ups: - Stone Cold Steve Austin - Mick Foley - D-Generation X c.a. 1999 - Head Cheese - The Rock - Jerry Lawler insulting an audience member's fiance
The Downs: - Midgets - Incoherent skits from the 80s which aren't explained in any detail - Skits cut short (like the chicken suit, McMahon's training regiment, etc) - Shawn Stasiak - Huckster and Nacho Man - Too many food fights"