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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa77fd384) out of 5 stars Second Best PPV of 2004... Jan. 7 2005
By Bryan D. Jeffries - Published on
Format: DVD
Here's your matches...

Paul London, Billy Kidman & Rey Mysterio vs. The Dudleyz and Spike

Very good opener. All 6 men are great performers and there's no shortage of excitement here.

Till Death Do Us Part Match

Matt Hardy vs. Kane

Short but sweet. 2 nice spots but the ending was dictated by the outcome of Vengeance so there isn't much suspense. But an entertaining match regardless.

Match 1 in Best-Of-5-Series for US Championship

Booker T vs. John Cena

Not bad. I think this match was hurt by the fact that there would be no title change. Crowd was into it.

Triple Threat for the Intercontinental Championship

Edge vs. Batista vs. Chris Jericho

Edge booed in his hometown! They were trying to prove a point and did. Edge is heel now because of this. Great match with a surprisingly good effort from Batista.

Eddie Guerrero vs. Kurt Angle

Anticipated rematch from WM XX. Probably better than the first match. Angle proves he still has what it takes. Great technical battle.

Triple H vs. Eugene

I was very skeptical about this and the crowd was too. Turned out to be a pretty intense brawl with an appearance by Flair and Regal.

WWE Championship

JBL vs. Undertaker

Started off very slow but picked up and turned into a hard nosed brawl. Cool fake bump after the match.

World Heavyweight Championship

Chris Benoit vs. Randy Orton

Passing of the torch the right way with Benoit and not Triple H doing it. Fantastic match and shows that some people really care about their chosen profession. Match of the year in my view.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa77fd3d8) out of 5 stars WWE Summerslam 2004 May 26 2006
By Brendan - Published on
Format: DVD
1. Six-Man Tag Team Match: The Dudley Boys vs. Rey Mysterio, Paul London, and Billy Kidman
Good way to open the show, and a decent tag match. 5.5/10

2. Till Death Do us Part Match- Lita Marries the Winner: Matt Hardy vs. Kane
Even though this is a bit short, I liked this match. It had some good back and forth action, and a couple nice spots. The ending is good too. Worth a watch, even if it is short. 6/10

3. Match #1 in a Best of 5 Series for the United States Championship: Booker T (c) vs. John Cena
Far too short, only about 5 or so minutes. Decent I suppose, but way to short to even review. Only 5 minutes for a title match? Worth seeing once, but there really isn't much here. 5/10

4. Triple Threat Match for the Intercontinental Championship: Edge vs. Batista vs. Chris Jericho
A good match, but Batista seemed a little out of place and a tad sloppy. Crowd is solidly behind Jericho, which the commentators continued to point out as "odd". I didn't find it suprising, because Edge was a very stale face, and Jericho is clearly the best wrestler of the three. Pretty good, but yet another match that falls too short, this one is only about 10 minutes. 6.5/10

5. Eddie Guerrero vs. Kurt Angle
A good match, but even this one is a bit short. These two deserve more then a lame 13 minutes. They do the best with the time they have tho, and even if this is a little slow, its still a good match. Not better then their match from Wrestlemania XX, but still good. Definitely worth watching. 7.5/10

6. Triple H vs. Eugene
Why is the WWE so fascinated with shoving Eugene down our throats? He is positively awful in the ring, and has an even worse gimmick. The great Toronto crowd really lets him have it in this one, which is a much welcome breath of fresh air. Not very bad, but not very good either. Worth seeing once I suppose, if only to see that piece of trash Eugene get beaten pretty badly by The Game. Better then expected, but thats not saying too much. 5.5/10

7. Diva Dodgeball: Don't even bother. Even the eye candy doesn't make it worth watching. Skip this, please. 0/10

8. WWE Championship Match: JBL (c) vs. The Undertaker
I had heard many reviews that stated that this was an awful car wreck of a match that wasn't even worth watching, so I was naturally curious as to how bad this was. Quite frankly, this isn't the piece of trailer trash that many would have you believe, but it isn't anything to write home about either. This is surprising for the Undertaker, but it is to be expected from JBL. This match is tolerable, but not worth watching more then once. 5/10

9. World Heavyweight Championship Match: Chris Benoit (c) vs. Randy Orton
I really enjoyed this matchup. Very back and forth, these two really do their best to make this one exciting. They also give this one the perfect amount of time, the ending clocks in at about the 20 minute mark. I didn't really like Benoit as champion, but he certainly gave us good title defenses. This match is no exception. Randy Orton proves in this match why he deserves to be in main events such as this. He is a great heel character, and a good wrestler on top of that. Very good title bout between these two, with a great pace. I like the ending too, the right man wins this one. 8.75/10

This Summerslam suprised me. With so many reviews saying to avoid this one at all costs, I was expecting this to be nothing but a mess. Overall, this is a decent Summerslam, though the undercard is seriously lacking, not in match quality, but in match length. The uppercard picks up, and the two title matches were quite good. JBL and 'Taker is an underrated match, don't listen to others who pan this one. The night ends on a good note too.

Match of the Night: Benoit vs. Orton. Great title match, these two give it their all and put on a very good match.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa77fd810) out of 5 stars Here's An Idea... Aug. 5 2005
A Kid's Review - Published on
Format: DVD
Why don't you guys stop wasting space writing about SS05 and actually go to that webpage. It's available now. People like me want to see what SS04 was like, but you're wasting space when it's unneccesary. (1) Go to the search-key at the top (2) Type "WWE Summerslam 2005 DVD" (3) Make sure your searching on the "DVD" search thing. There ya have it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa77fd96c) out of 5 stars SummerSlam 2004: Let The Games Begin Nov. 14 2004
A Kid's Review - Published on
Format: DVD
This was a great Pay-Per-View. Unfortunately, when your watching this PPV, ther seems to be some sort of feeling like the Pay-Per-View could've been better.

1. 6-Man Tag-Team Match

-Dudley Boys vs. Mysterio, Kidman, and London

-Great Opener. One of the best openers this year, behind SurvivorSeries, perhaps. I'm glad to see Paul London on Pay-Per-View, and that goes for Billy Kidman, too. Dudleyz win via Pinfall. 4/5

2. Till' Death Do Us Part Match

-Lita must marry the winner

-Kane vs. Matt Hardy

-Good Match. Not as good as their Vengeance match. I Liked the ending. Kane pins Matt after a Choke-Slam off the top-rope. 3/5

3. Match #1 of the Best of 5 Series for the Undisputed United States Championship

-Booker T (Champion) vs. John Cena

-Okay Match. Booker T is underrated, and John Cena is very overrated.Obvious who was going to win. John Cena beats Booker T via pinfall. 2.5/5

4. Triple-Threat Match for the Intercontinental Championship

-Edge (Champion) vs. Batista vs. Chris Jericho

-Okay match. Slow for a triple-threat match. Edge got booed in his hometown! Edge gets the pin on Chris Jericho. 3/5

5. Kurt Angle vs. Eddie Guerrero

-Great Match. Not as good as their Wrestlemania XX match, but still a very good technical wrestling match. The only reason I am not giving it a 5/5 is because during like half or the match, Kurt Angle keeps on trying to get Eddie's boot off, which gets annoying after a while. 4.5/5

6. Triple H vs. Eugene

-Okay Match. I think people at this point were absolutely sick of Eugene, and expected more of a bloody brawl out of this match. They didn't get that, though. HHH gets the pin on Eugene. 3.5/5

7. Diva Dodgeball

-Team Dream vs. Team Diva

-Boring. Obviously rigged. You can see some of the divas actually jump towards a ball for them to get eliminated. 1/5

8. WWE Championship

-John "Bradshaw" Layfield (Champion) vs. The Undertaker

-Good match. I like Taker's style of wrestling. J.B.L. gets the victory after Undertaker gets Disqualified. Taker then choke-slams J.B.L. threw the "roof" of the limo, But if you notice, that limo did not have an open sun-roof piece like J.B.L.'s limos have. And if you look, the "roof" looks like cotton material. Makes you wonder....... 3.5/5

9. World Heavyweight Championship

-Chris Benoit (Champion) vs. Randy Orton

-Awesome match. Kinda weird that the two main-events didn't have short promo videos before the matches. But anyway, this match is the whole reason you should buy the PPV. Orton pins Benoit. 5/5

Great PPV. Not the best SummerSlams, but certaintly one of the greatest of 2004.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa7d2fe1c) out of 5 stars Summerslam 2005 predictions..... July 12 2005
A Kid's Review - Published on
Format: DVD
Summerslam will take place in Washington DC.

WWE Championship:

John Cena vs. Chris Jericho

World Heavyweight Championship:

Batista vs. Undertaker

Shawn Michales vs. Hulk Hogan

Kurt Angle vs. Shelton Benjamin

USA Championship:

Christain vs. Chris Benoit vs. Eddie Guerrero - Ladder Match

Intercontinental Championship:

Carlito vs. Kane

Matt Hardy vs. Edge [special stipulation]

JBL vs. Rey Mysterio