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WWE SummerSlam 2002 - Rock vs. Brock

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Product Details

  • Actors: Dwayne Johnson, Brock Lesnar, Chris Benoit, Rob Van Dam, Shawn Michaels
  • Directors: Kevin Dunn
  • Producers: Vince McMahon
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: eOne Films
  • Release Date: Dec 17 2002
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 64 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B00006RJFN
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #87,852 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Despite the overhyped main event--"Next Big Thing" Brock Lesnar vs. the Rock--many will remember SummerSlam 2002 for one reason: the brief, exhilarating return of Shawn Michaels, the Heartbreak Kid, the Showstopper. The 15-year veteran returned to the ring after a four-year absence for a one-night-only appearance that resulted in the type of exhilarating match that the WWE sorely needed. The lead-in story line was solid, if well worn--former "best friend" Triple H turns on Michaels, leading to a nonsanctioned (i.e., hardcore) match--but the match is a bloody, messy, high-flying epic: Michaels shows no rust and Triple H gives one of his most emotional performances. Every other match (except perhaps RVD vs. Chris Benoit) pales in comparison. Sadly, Brock and Rock had to take the ring after Michaels and Triple H, and the results are underwhelming. Perhaps it's Lesnar's fault--his size and lack of charisma recall boring former giants King Kong Bundy or Yokozuna. But in reality, SummerSlam's main event simply came one match too soon. --Dave McCoy --This text refers to an alternate DVD edition.

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Format: DVD
This is one of the best pay per views I've ever seen.
Kurt Angle vs. Rey Mysterio: A great match. Kurt Angle worked very well with Rey's high-flying style. Both men gave 100%. A very solid opener. 9/10 stars
Ric Flair vs. Chris Jericho: Really added to the opening of Summerslam. I love the feud between these two and Ric Flair's constant "Woo!"'s during the match. Good wrestling for both of them. 8/10 stars
Edge vs. Eddie Guerrero: An okay match; nothing special. This is a good match to get up and go to the bathroom. 5/10 stars
The Un-americans vs. Booker T & Goldust: This was a pretty good match. Entertaining to watch, Booker T with a good spinarooni (as always). The Un-americans pulled off the win for the upset to retain the World Tag Team Titles. 7/10 stars
Rob Van Dam vs. Chris Benoit: The RAW vs. Smackdown! match. A pretty good match throughout. RVD's showed just how much agility he had and Benoit had some pretty solid moves himself.
RVD takes the win and the Intercontinental Championship for the superior brand of the WWE. 8/10 stars
The Undertaker vs. Test: Basically the two wrestlers left over from the American/Un-american feud. A good match. Both wrestlers were a little sloppy, but entertaining to watch. After Taker won, he played to the audience by going into the crowd and holding up the American flag. 7/10 stars
Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels: This is my absolute favorite match of all time. The non sanctioned match and Shawn's comeback match. These two men couldn't have impressed me more. A very long match, these two using practically every weapon that was under the ring. Very good in-ring and out-ring action.
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I have viewed this for both the extras and the card itself and I have to say that it was excellent!
I do agree that Brock Vs. Rock was a bit overhyped! True, it was a good match but not great plus everyone and their mother knew that Brock was going to win due to The Rock going to film another movie so it wasn't a big surprise there. Let me go back to the start of the card:
Kurt Angle Vs. Rey Mysterio - Awesome opener. Rey was his usual high flying self but Kurt proved why he's one of the best and most underrated workers in WWE as he can work with nearly anyone of any style!
Chris Jericho Vs. Ric Flair - This was more of a ground match. Nothing spetacular but it didn't suck! Nice to see Flair in the ring as he still has it.
Edge Vs. Eddie Gurrerro - Good match between a future star in Edge and a man that has proven to be a consistent worker in Eddie! Love the Frog Splash on the arm! It looked sick!
Booker T./Goldust Vs. Lance Storm/Christian - Nothing great here other than give Storm and Christian more heat for their tag title reign.
Chris Benoit Vs. Rob Van Damn - One of the best I-C matches ever! It reminded me of the way title matches used to be.
Undertaker Vs. Test - I don't think there were too many surprises here. Just a basic slugfest.
Shawn Michaels Vs. Triple H - Probably the surprise of the night as I didn't except this match to be as good as it was! HBK still has it!
This DVD also has good extras including Brock's bout with Hulk Hogan prior to SummerSlam!
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This was another great ppv! Here are the matches:
1. Rey Mysterio vs. Kurt Angle
2. Ric Flair vs. Chris Jericho
3. Eddie Gurrero vs. Edge
4. Tag Team Championship:(c's) Christian & Lance Storm vs. Booker T & Goldust
5. Intercontinental Championship: (c)Chris Beniot vs. Rob Van Dam
6. Test vs. Undertaker
7. Non Santioned match: Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels
8. WWE Championship: (c)The Rock vs. Brock Lesnar
Here are the ratings to the best ppv of the summer!
Kurt Angle def. Rey Mysterio This was a great match! Great enterance by Rey with a springboard hurracanrana! Many great moves by both men. Counters, high flying moves, and a whole lot more! I'll give it 8/10 stars
Ric Flair def. Chris Jericho This was a fair match. Not too much to say about it. It seemed both men tapped at different times. It was a very confusing match. I'll give it 7/10 stars
Edge def. Eddie Gurrero This was a highflying, technical, and brutal match. Edge's broken shoulder really weakend him in the match, but he pulled it off. 8.5/10 stars
Tag Team Champions Christian & Lance Storm def. Booker T & Goldust An ok match. The ending was full of crap. They should of ejected Test from the ring! He ruined what should of been a good match. Still, before the ending, it was pretty good. 6/10 stars
Intercontinental Championship: RVD def.(c)Chris Beniot This match was awesome!!! A brutal and highflying match. Great moves and counters by both men! 10/10 stars
Undertaker def. Test A pretty good fight. A more technical match then the edge vs. eddie match. They had nice powerful moves in it. If you love technical and powerful wrestling styles, this is the perfect match 9/10 stars
Non Santioned match: Shawn Michaels def. Triple H This was the best match of the night!!!
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