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« Thread started on: Dec 12th, 2012, 1:30pm »

...buy again, a 3 Disc WWE set called: nWo: The Revolution. shocked

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« Reply #1 on: Dec 13th, 2012, 12:37am »

dayum.... nice cheesy

so how is it so far?
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« Reply #2 on: Dec 13th, 2012, 09:45am »

Disc one is a documentary about the history of nWo in the WCW (the WWE version is mentioned and the debut promo and and one match from RAW) with new interviews with Kevin Nash, Booker T, Big Show, Billy Kidman, Dusty Rhodes, Arn Anderson, Sean Waltman, Vince Russo, DDP, and other people who in WCW and/or fought the nWo, as well interviews with Matt Striker and Cody Rhodes (speaking from a fan's perceptive and a son's perceptive respectfully) and 2002/2003 taped interviews with Eric Bischoff, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, and Hollywood Hulk Hogan.

The documentary features promos, highlights from matches Nitro, Thunder, and various WCW PPVs. It's pretty cool, but if I had any problem is that the documentary makes it sound like Sting was the ONLY WCW wrestler that fought nWo on every show, (Booker T makes a joke that he turned down an offer to join the nWo because he was a "solo act") but the rise of guys like Booker T, DDP, and Goldberg is never mentioned.
The nWo Hollywood vs. nWo Wolfpac is talked about but never really explained (I disagree with Striker on the Wolfpac being "the nWo for you kid sister" they were the coolest part the nWo and that was where the inspiration for the nTo came from the nWo Wolfpac).
At the end when they talk about the various revival attempts some one makes a statement that he feels some wrestlers who joined nWo 2000 have hurt their legacies interesting the wrestler that show the most in that part is Jeff Jarrett, I think we all can guess why that it is. The rest is brief montage of the nWo "invasion" of WWE including highlights from Hogan vs. the Rock from Wrestlemania. With Nash getting the last word on the nWo.

The other 2 discs are a collection of matches featuring various memebers of the nWo from WCW shows. Some matches I wouldn't have included like the last WCW match (Bret Hart vs Goldberg) because it's irrelevant from the orginal nWo. I would included the WCW World title match Hogan vs. Goldberg from Nitro instead.

Overall a nice package and some great memories to relive and a good deal for $20.
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