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WWE 2011 - Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart

Shawn Michaels , Bret Hit Man Hart    PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)   DVD
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For more than a decade, Bret “Hit Man” Hart and Shawn Michaels engaged in perhaps the most storied rivalry in the history of sports entertainment, from their teams (the Hart Foundation and the Rockers), through battles for the Intercontinental Championship and the richest prize in the business, the WWE Championship.

Their enmity spilled out of the ring, and led to the most infamous incident in the history of professional wrestling, The Montreal Screwjob. More than a decade later, the two men buried the hatchet as both are now WWE Hall of Famers.

Now, for the first time ever, the two sit down together and rehash their intertwined destinies in Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart. These new, never-before-aired, interviews will shed new light and insight on controversies fans have speculated about for years.



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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Must own set Oct. 30 2011
Format:Blu-ray
I have bought and watched this amazing 2 discs set and I must say I was a little skeptical about it. I mean could we really learn anything new about the Montreal incident? Yes we can. But it's not just about that. Both Bret and Shawn are very honest about their relationsip and it's interesting to hear how their friendship turned sour and how in the end they became friends again. A must own to any wrestling fans.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Format:Blu-ray
If your a fan of either guy and know the history and significance of this rivalry then this dvd is for you. The documentary is an incredible one with both guys getting pretty emotional. It also has matches that were never before seen on any dvd such as the first ladder match ever in the WWE and numerous tag team matches with the rockers and the hart foundation. The Blu-Ray has nice extras as well. I recommend this DVD specifically the Blu Ray to any fan of WWE, especially those who grew up and remember their storied feud in the 90s.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Surreal Oct. 11 2011
By A. M. Lewis - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
I'm going to try to keep this brief, as I could probably write thousands of words about this. I am only going to review the portion where the two legends sit with Jim Ross for a face to face. These two guys, sitting next to each other, looking older... truly surreal. Bret's honesty during this and his emotion is beyond moving. All of the stories that he told in his book that sounded suspicious have all but been confirmed here. He puts it all out there for everyone to see. Shawn says things of self awareness that his 1998 self probably would have super-kicked him for saying. Interestingly, you still see moments of the old Shawn tripping over some fibs and trying to bite his tongue when Bret lets him know how he really felt.

Overall, very few punches are pulled, and you get the idea that these guys needed this more than the fans needed to see it (and we want to see it pretty badly). There are touching moments that would surprise fans and non-fans alike. Nothing like the story that these two have will ever be matched, and hopefully (and ironically), Shawn will be the guy that Bret gets to sit down with, have a few drinks and talk old war stories well into their old age (as he very emotionally touched upon in an extra on his DVD set from a few years back after the passing of nearly all of his old friends).

Finally , this is easily one of the best DVD"s or pieces of video the WWE has ever put out. I can't speak for the fans that are too young to have truly remembered the depths of this whole thing, but as someone who watched these guys start out as tag team rivals and end up hugging in the ring twenty years later after everything that they've both been through... more than a tear was shed. 10/10
33 of 39 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Looks Pretty Good Aug. 5 2011
By Chad Carpenter - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray
Disc 1 (Interviews)

San Antonio vs. Calgary

The Rockers vs. The Hart Foundation

Heartbreak Kid vs.The Hit Man

Intercontinental Champion vs. WWE Champion

Showstopper vs. Excellence of Execution

Progressive vs. Traditional

Fantasy vs. Reality

Respect vs. Trust

Redemption vs. Reconciliation

Hope vs. Peace

Disc 2

The Rockers vs. The Hart Foundation
Madison Square Garden - 25th November, 1989

Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michaels
Wrestling Challenge - 10th February, 1990

The Rockers vs. The Hart Foundation
Tokyo Dome - 30th March, 1991

Ladder Match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship
Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michaels
Portland, Oregon- 21st July, 1992

Intercontinental Championship Match
Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michaels
Syracuse, New York- 29th April, 1992

WWE Championship Match
Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michaels
Survivor Series - 25th November, 1992

Steel Cage Match
Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michaels
Utica, New York - 1st December, 1993

Disc 3

Iron Man Match for the WWE Championship
Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michaels
WrestleMania 12 - 31st March, 1996

WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
Bret Hart's Induction
Chicago, Illinois - 1st April, 2006

Bret Hart Returns to Raw
Raw - 4th January, 2010

WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
Shawn Michaels' Induction
Atlanta, Georgia - 2nd April, 2011

Blu-ray Exclusives

Vince McMahon Interviews Shawn Michaels & Bret Hart
Raw - 3rd February, 1997

Bret Hart Promo In Ring
Raw - 12th May, 1997

Hart Foundation Promo In Ring
Raw - 19th May, 1997

WWE Championship Match
Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michaels
Survivor Series - 9th November , 1997

Extra Interview Pieces:

The First WWE Ladder Match

SummerSlam 1992

Winning the WWE Championship for the First Time

Bret's WCW Regrets

Cameras Rolling Between Takes
24 of 29 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Shawn vs. Bret, Myth vs. Truth Oct. 25 2011
By TMH - Published on Amazon.com
Format:DVD
First, this DVD release will end up probably being hated by a vast majority of wrestling fans that view it. Why? Because it shatters several myths that wrestling fans have enjoyed discussing for years. Things that fans have believed and thought were real are denounced by both men in the interview. So, if you prefer to hold onto the myths and legends surrounding these two, you may want to actually skip this release. With that said, this is easily one of WWE's best DVD releases ever. It's right up there with The Rise and Fall of ECW and for many will surpass it. This set is all about the lengthy sit down interview between the two men. It's not all about Montreal, and Jim Ross (the host) stresses that both men's careers weren't defined by that one night, it's a discussion on how both men came up in the wrestling business, first as friends, then bitter rivals and how they managed to make peace in the end. You'll hear both men talk about their tag team careers and what they thought of one another early on. You'll hear how excited Shawn was to see Bret become champion because he viewed that as Bret paving the way for him to achieve the same goal. You'll hear Bret discuss how he admired Shawn Michael's wrestling ability and would go to bat for him several times to Vince McMahon. You'll also hear how the seeds were planted for their rivalry, which was a work in the beginning, but became legitimate hatred later on. Both men get emotional, numerous times, during this interview. As a fan of both, it's hard not to get choked up right along with them as they relive the most emotional parts of their careers. They speak from the heart and hold nothing back. I've seen every WWE DVD documentary released and this one will move you, especially if you've followed both men's entire careers like I have. Many stories and myths about their rivalry and hatred for one another are squashed by both men, which I still believe will upset a lot of fans. I don't want to spoil anything, so I wont give away the meat of what was discussed in the interview, I'll just leave it at that. Just know that many of the cool stories and conspiracy theories people, and wrestling journalists have talked about for years, will be proven to be just that... stories and conspiracy theories.

As for the matches, there's nothing here we haven't really seen before, with one exception. They included a rare steel cage match from these two that you wont find on any other DVD, so it's cool to see it here. The infamous Survivor Series match is not included on this DVD set, but instead is an exclusive bonus match on the Blu-ray edition: WWE Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart: WWE's Greatest Rivalries 2-Disc Blu-ray.

Needles to say, this is a must buy for any fan of Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels. It's a tremendous look back on two of the most important careers in wrestling history. Their discussion is an unfiltered look at what made them great and clears the air on the more controversial parts of their legendary careers.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The true story...... Nov. 10 2011
By Jonnathan Ritland - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray
One is from Texas, the other from Canada, one was trained to become a wrestler, the other was brought up in the business from birth. One is Shawn Michaels, the other is Bret Hart and this is a look at their careers, how they grew up, how they succeeded in the business and also how the personal issues would cause a rift between them that lasted for almost 13 years.

-Jim Ross welcomes us as he will be interviewing Shawn & Bret, in between every match or set of clips both men talk about many things both in and outside the ring.

-Both talk about how they debuted in WWE as part of a tag team and how they both wanted to work with each other. From there the story continues to evolve, from tag team wrestling to their singles pushes, their clash at Wrestlemania XII, the bad blood that brewed throughout much of '97, the infamous screwjob. Then how their personal lives were effected since then. The tension stayed between them until early 2010 when they met face to face on an episode of Monday Night Raw.

Other things that are discussed include Bret's feelings towards Shawn changing after Shawn's match with Diesel at Wrestlemania XI, his time in WCW, the reasons he left WWE and plenty of other good topics. Thankfully the interview segments are quite good, at times emotional and at least honest especially on Bret's side.

Matches Include:

-11/25/89, The Rockers vs. The Hart Foundation: At the most famous arena Madison Square Garden we see these two great teams face off. Both of their styles mix very well, good fast paced wrestling between Bret and Jannetty early on, with each man countering the other on some occasions. Anvil uses his power but its countered by both Rockers who uses their quickness. The Foundation work over Michaels with some nice double teaming and submission moves. The rest of the match is back and forth action between both men. The 20 minute time limit expires, resulting in a draw. Great, great match here. 9/10.

-2/10/90, Wrestling Challenge, Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michaels: While they were both still part of their respective tag teams, Breat and Shawn faced off in this rarely seen TV match. They trade good wrestling holds and Bret does his best to keep the faster Michaels on the mat, though Shawn does get in a couple of moves too. Both their tag partners get involved and the ref calls for a double dq. 5/10.

-3/30/91, The Rockers vs. The Hart Foundation: From the Tokyo Dome, we have an even rarer tag match, between two of the best tag teams the WWE has ever seen. You get the expected great double team moves from all four, while Neidhart uses his power to throw around the smaller Rockers. The action stays at a good fast, constant pace with both teams trading momentum. Bret ends up reversing a crossbody by Shawn into a cover that leads to a three count. 8/10.

-7/21/92, Intercontinental Championsip Match, Bret Hart (Champion) vs. Shawn Michaels: From a house show in Portland, Maine for the Intercontinental Title. The very first WWF ladder match is a good technical bout, with very few uses of the ladder. Bret goes shoulder first into the ladder, Shawn gets slingshotted into the ladder in the corner. The finish comes when Bret dropkicks Shawn off of the ladder over the top rope and out of the ring, Bret then climbs the ladder and grabs the belt to retain the title in about 14.5 minutes. 7/10.

-4/29/92, Intercontinental Championship Match, Bret Hart (Champion) vs. Shawn Michaels: Good but short wrestling match, Bret works on Shawn's arm with an arm bar, while Shawn uses the speed edge to wear down Bret. Shawn almost has the champ beat on a couple of occasions and does end up winning via countout, but he doesn't win the title. 6/10. Nice post match where Shawn punches out the ref then Bret comes in and beats Michaels out of the ring.

-11/25/92, Survivor Series, WWE Title Match: Bret Hart (Champion) vs. Shawn Michaels (I.C. Champion): These two have never had a bad match and this is no exception as both brought their A-games and Shawn had some good momentum having just won the I.C. title a couple of weeks before. Shawn really stepped up his game and had the Hitman on the ropes on several occasions, but Bret pulled out the victory after catching Michaels jumping from the top rope and trapping him in the Sharpshooter to retain his title in about 25 minutes. 9/10.

-12/1/93, Steel Cage Match, Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michaels: Yet another rare match between these two, this time in the steel cage structure. Its fairly hard hitting as both make good use of the cage, Bret gets the back of his head rammed into the cage wall a few times and both actually wrestle quite a bit too. At the end both are climbing over the top of the cage, Shawn's foot gets caught in the cage wall and Bret drops to the floor to win the match. 7/10.

-3/31/96-Wrestlemania XII-60 Minute Iron Man Match for the WWE Title, Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart (Champion): Not as good, but not as bad as the praisers and detractors say. I liked it, though would hardly call it "the best match ever" though it is on my Top 50 list of them. The man who scores the most falls in the 60 minute time limit wins the match and the belt. There were plenty of wrestling holds put on by both men, though in the beginning Shawn was beating Bret with wrestling moves and holds, but then after the match was back and forth for the most part. Although Bret got Shawn in the Sharpshooter in the last 30 seconds of the match, Shawn didn't give up and the match ended without either man getting a fall. But president Gorilla Monsoon came down and restarted the match, stating that there must be a winner. Michaels hits Sweet Chin Music to win the WWE Title about 2 minutes into the overtime period. 9/10.

-4/1/06, Bret Hart's Hall of Fame Induction Speech: Stone Cold Steve Austin cuts a funny speech before introducing Bret Hart, The Hitman gives a good emotional speech where he talks about his time growing up and his career. Its certainly the highlight of the 2006 Hall of Fame speeches.

-1/4/10, Raw, Bret Hart's WWE Return: Easily one moment I thought I'd never see as Bret made his return to WWE television, he cut a good promo in the ring mainly thanking the fans for their continued support. Shawn Michael's music hit and these two finally meet face to face on live TV. The promo these two cut was pretty good and kinda eerie given all that happened in Montreal years back. It ends with both of them shaking hands and hugging which truly did finally put this issue to rest.

-4/2/11, Shawn Michael's Hall of Fame Induction Speech: There's a nice montage of comments from various superstars talking about Michaels before they show a video package of his best moments in his career. Triple H tells some funny stories but then says he's here to induct his long time friend into the hall of fame before introducing the man himself. Shawn gives a very good heartfelt speech about many things in his life, his career, how he misses the fans and how he gave his all to them. Its a great speech that sees some of his friends from the past celebrate with him, Kevin Nash and Sean Waltman as the show comes to a close.

Blu-Ray Exclusive Content

-2/3/97, Raw: Live from the Toronto Skydome we get this good promo, where both banter about a couple of topics mainly their dislike for each other. Stone Cold Steve Austin hits the ring and attacks Bret. Sid then hits the ring and back from commercial break Shawn and Bret face off, Bret grabs the title belt and hands it to Shawn then walks off.

-5/12/97, Raw: The Hart Foundation is in the ring with Bret in a wheelchair, but he sends them back to the ring. Bret then cuts a promo and calls out Shawn Michaels, this leads to a good promo where it ends with Shawn superkicking Bret out of his wheelchair. The Foundation hits the ring and battles with Shawn up the ram, Austin comes out and both take it to the Foundation before the refs break it up.

-5/19/97, Raw: Once again the Foundation are in the ring and Bret cuts another promo first bashing the U.S. and then Shawn Michaels, who then appears on the titan tron and cuts his own promo where he says if they have a match that each of the Foundation members must be handcuffed to a ring post. This is also the promo where Shawn says the famed "Sunny Days" line, in reference to Bret possibly being with at the time WWE Diva Sunny.

-11/9/97, Survivor Series, WWE Championship Match, Bret Hart (Champion) vs. Shawn Michaels: This of course is the infamous Montreal Screwjob match and even without knowing that prior to watching it, you can just feel that something is not right. Both men brawl outside the ring for a good while, with Bret beating on Shawn slamming him into the guardrail and steel steps. Once they get in the ring the match officially starts and the canadian crowd is on fire for Bret everytime he has the edge. Once Shawn gets Bret locked in the sharpshooter, the ref Earl Hebner calls for the bell early and thus the screwjob occurs. 8/10 for the match, 12/10 for the aftermath where Bret spits on Vince McMahon, just too bad the rest of it wasn't included.

-The First WWE Ladder Match: Bret and Shawn both talk about having the first WWE ladder match, where Bret talks about how he introduced the idea and how it was more of a demonstration of the ladder match concept. Shawn also says he enjoyed doing the match as well.

-Summerslam 1992: Bret talks about how the British Bulldog wasn't really prepared for their match at Summerslam, he had a bad staph infection (allegedly according to Bret) and wasn't in the best of shape coming into the match. He also says he basically had to carry Bulldog through the match and that Davey wasn't very appreciative at the time of the push he got. Shawn chimes in saying he worked with Rick Martel at that event and that he was finding his way and not at the level he would be at years later.

-Winning the WWE Championship for the First Time: Bret talks about winning his first WWE championship from Ric Flair and how he found out that he would win the title that morning before the event.

-Bret's WCW Regrets: Very choice words by the Hitman for Hulk Hogan, Eric Bischoff and WCW as a whole.

-Cameras Rolling Between Takes: Some funny outtakes from both guys, very good stuff.

While maybe not the most groundbreaking DVD ever, there is some good insight from both guys especially Bret and the stories told are very good and many fans will enjoy this DVD. The matches are also quite good and its nice to see the Montreal Screwjob match included even if its just on the Blu-Ray set.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars INCREDIBLE!!! but... Dec 28 2011
By King Shabazz - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Blu-ray|Verified Purchase
The sit down interview was excellent. I hung on every word spoken by both Hart and Micheals because as a fan I have always found the "Montreal screw-job" to be so incredibly intriguing. To get the information first hand from these superstars was worth the price of this DVD set. Which is why it is important to note just how great the interview was because not only could the match selection have been stronger, but much more relevant. I could overlook many matches not being here, but the actual match that brought all the drama in the first place should be included in this DVD set (It's flat-out wrong that the amazing Montreal match be provided exclusively to the BLU-RAY release). For many, this compilation will be the first taste of the Hart-Micheals saga so they should have access to the Montreal bout on DVD. I have been there since day one, seen and heard it all. All that was missing for me was this interview so I am very grateful for this WWE release. But for those who wish to have the full effect of this incredible chapter in sports entertainment will have to find the missing pieces elsewhere.
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