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    Default WWE Greatest Rivalries Bret vs. Shawn on Netflix

    If you were a wrestling fan in the mid 90s, you have to check this out.

    It's a sit down discussion with Bret and Shawn with JR moderating.

    I find that most of the "nostalgia" videos from the WWE are difficult to sit through without fast forwarding a lot, but this was enthralling.

    It raised my level of respect for both, as they addressed their own roles in their feud.

    Just a great couple hours for an old time fan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    If you were a wrestling fan in the mid 90s, you have to check this out.

    It's a sit down discussion with Bret and Shawn with JR moderating.

    I find that most of the "nostalgia" videos from the WWE are difficult to sit through without fast forwarding a lot, but this was enthralling.

    It raised my level of respect for both, as they addressed their own roles in their feud.

    Just a great couple hours for an old time fan.

    i enjoyed every one of those videos especially the bobby heenan one
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    Quote Originally Posted by rock05173 View Post
    i enjoyed every one of those videos especially the bobby heenan one
    The Heenan one was cool. The Von Erich one wasn't bad either. But a lot of them dragged.
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    The stone cold one on netflix is AWESOME

    No matches though. Shame.

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    im gonna watch this tomorrow.

    thanks for the heads up bro.

    Wrestlemania 12 was an unbelievable moment for me between the Warriors return and the Ironman match.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mattydeathmetal View Post
    im gonna watch this tomorrow.

    thanks for the heads up bro.

    Wrestlemania 12 was an unbelievable moment for me between the Warriors return and the Ironman match.
    check out a flick named "knuckle" on netflix
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    Quote Originally Posted by rock05173 View Post
    check out a flick named "knuckle" on netflix
    watched it and rated it in the movie thread last week lol


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    yesterday i went on a rampage and saw this documentary, stone cold's, randy orton's, and the newest from the Rock. Randy's is not that good, i think that he is way too young to have already a documentary like this. but HOLY ****, Stone Cold's was epic!! a lot of backstage things that blew my mind same goes with the rock and with the brett/shawn. Amazing documentaries, I am going to skip the Brett Hart one, probably going to see Shawn's DVD. and I saw they had another one from the Rock which is 3 DVDs (most likely i'll skip it too because the newest one is very updated and very detailed). The Hulk Hogan one (3DVD) and Ric Flair's I have it on Instant Q. Do they have anything else? I know they have guys like Batista and more with DVDs, but im not interested in those guys. I would like to see one from HHH, WCW rise and fall, DX and Undertaker's.

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    you just started buying the dvds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphs56 View Post
    you just started buying the dvds?
    nah, not buying. just watching them on Netflix. it really made me appreciate all the work those guys put into this. Also is pretty damn awesome how Vince is so dedicated to the company and how talented he is on everything he does. Commentaries, Promos, Mic, wrestling (well for a guy who is not a wrestler since his teen year or 20's).

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