Here are some of the TV on DVD options available this Tuesday:
- Adam-12 (Season 5)
- D. Gray-man (Season 1)
- Master of Martial Hearts (Complete Series)
- Max Headroom (Complete Series)
- Minder (Season 3)
- Naruto Shippuden (Volume 12)
- Numb3rs (Final Season)
- Raw “The Beginning” (Best Of) (Seasons 1 & 2)
- Titan Maximum (Season 1)
- Trauma (Season 1)
Make sure to also check out the DVD and Blu-ray film options for this week.
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With the buzz surrounding the conflict for next Monday night in Denver with Monday Night Raw scheduled to run at the Pepsi Center, where the Nuggets and Lakers scheduled to play Game 4 of the NBA Western Conference Finals at the same time. WWE Chairman Vince McMahon appeared on ESPNEWS to talk about the situation.
Jonathan Coachman conducted the interview with his former boss. Coach mentions that Vince is never one to step down from a fight. Coachman mentions that next week’s Raw at the Pepsi Center was booked in August, but the contract was not signed until April, and as you’ll see, Vince proceeds to talk about the business ethics of Stan Kroenke, saying he had no faith in his team and is now throwing WWE out on their ear.
Here are some of the TV on DVD options you can find on the shelves this Wednesday.
- Battlestar Galactica 1980 (Complete Series)
- WWE: The Best of Raw - 15th Anniversary
- WWE: Survivor Series 1007
- 60 Minutes: Kings of Congo
- 60 Minutes: Prescription for Addiction
We saw a lot of really bizarre things on last few episodes of WWE Friday Night Smackdown. First we saw a disgusting make-out session between “The Rated-R Superstar” Edge and Vickie Guerrero, and then we saw the return of Teddy Long, which would ultimately lead to the making of a huge triple threat match between The Undertaker, Edge and Batista at Armageddon, with the World Heavyweight Championship on the line. Oh yeah, and this whole ECW/Smackdown talent exchange thing continues, so we can expect to see the boys of ECW as well.
Which superstar got speared so hard that he was out cold for five minutes? Find out in this week’s spoilers after the jump.
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WWE Monday Night RAW opens with “Y2J” Chris Jericho in the ring doing his whole “me want title shot” schtick. Jericho replays the video of WWE Champion Randy Orton accepting Jericho’s challenge for Armageddon. Orton comes out and it’s pretty much more of the same. The two get in each others faces - threat, threat, threat - and it almost comes to blows. Of course, Regal comes out and stops them. Orton and Jericho will pick each other’s opponents for the night. It would make sense for them to make Jericho face Flair. Now, that would be a good match. Instead, Jericho will face Umaga. Orton will face off against Shawn Michaels. Not bad main events!
After the jump, three WWE legends and an “Attitude Era” tag team make surprise “returns”!
It’s been a big week for WWE - Survivor Series, the return of “The Rated-R Superstar” Edge and the long awaited return of “Y2J” Chris Jericho on Monday Night RAW. This week on Friday Night Smackdown, there are a lot of questions that need to be answered, including why Edge returned at SS to cost The Undertaker the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in the “Hell in the Cell.” The answer might surprise you.
Join me after the jump to find out which legendary WCW and WWF tag team made a dark match appearance, as well as a moment that will have you saying, “Edge made out with who???”
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BREAK_DOWN_THE_WALLS … OF JERICHO! The wait came to an end tonight and the questions (or lack thereof) behind the SAVE_US.222 videos have been revealed. Chris Jericho has returned to the WWE. Was it worth the wait? You may be surprised …
Monday Night RAW kicked off like every RAW should - with “The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels. Michaels lost a fantastic match last night at Survivor Series against WWE Champion Randy Orton. I knew he’d lose considering that he has such a limited schedule and doesn’t wrestle house shows - it’s highly unlikely that they’ll put the title on a guy who can’t won’t wrestle a full schedule. Shawn invited Orton to the ring and Orton answered by appearing on the Titon-tron and turning him down. According to Orton, HBK will also not get a re-match because Orton will apparently receive a figurative and literal torch-passing from some sort of marathon runner.
Continue RAW Reflections after the jump - SAVE_US.222 revealed!
Monday Night RAW kicked off tonight with a surprise appearance from Friday Night Smackdown’s World Heavyweight Champion, Batista. How long has Batista been doing this? He is still an absolute nightmare on the microphone. He delivers all of his lines with the excitement of a brick and the cadence of Christopher Walken. Thank god for an equally surprising appearance by The Undertaker. Nothing like a little hype for Survivor Series at the top of the show. I still wish they’d make ’Taker look pale and give him purple boots and gloves.
Just to point out how bad Batista is, when discussing his “Hell in the Cell” match against The Undertaker this Sunday, he said, “Weapons are not only welcome … they’re allowed.” Stunning words. Absolutely stunning words.
The code has officially been cracked - when will the man behind SAVE_US.222 be revealed? Find out after the jump.
With Survivor Series only a week and a half away, things are heating up on the road to the tri-branded pay-per-view. It’s time to take a look at the results of last night’s WWE Smackdown tapings and see what’s being cooked up for what was once dubbed “The Thanksgiving Classic.”
Warning: the following contains *spoiler* results for this week’s WWE Smackdown on The CW, airing Friday night at 8 p.m. ET.
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This weeks edition of WWE Monday Night RAW featured the much-hyped “one night only” (yeah, right) return of DX, as well as an appearance by “Stone Cold” Steve Austin. The WWE has kind of kicked the RAW storylines that have been running since Cyber Sunday to the curb in favor of this “novelty” episode. Never the less, I suppose it has been one of the more anticipated shows in recent memory. The most disappointing thing to me? It is pretty obvious that Chris Jericho will not be making his return for another couple weeks - it would make no sense to have him debut before Survivor Series.
Join me after the jump for more RAW thoughts, including the Santino/”Stone Cold” showdown.
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