Darth Bombshell wrote:Rodimus Prime wrote:Not unless you got it on a previously released DVD. Or in my case, VHS.
I don't. The only pre-2007 WWE release I own is "Tombstone: The History of the Undertaker", and there's no Benoit matches on that. (Did they ever work together?) I'd like to think that there may be a change with regard to Benoit, since he appears in two clips in the Best of Nitro set, though not in any wrestling capacity, but I doubt it'll ever happen. Maybe I can find some used DVD's at a shop or something...
I know he's not excluded from the Royal Rumble set that was released in 2007. It came out right around the time he did what he did, but everything of him is still included, probably because it was printed and distributed before it happened.
Rodimus Prime wrote:Also, since The Streak is being released on DVD, does that mean it's over? It would be stupid to have this set and then he has another match at WMXXIX. Unless it's a loss.
It's pretty obvious that Taker's done as a full time wrestler, and I wouldn't be surprised if there's a retirement announcement by the end of the year.
No, I think if he's gonna retire it will be at WrestleMania. He won't just fade away, unless they're keeping some serious injury a secret, and based on his performance at WMXXVIII, it doesn't seem so. He will get his retirement match on the "grandest stage." Anything else would be less than fitting. That's why I think he will end the Streak with a loss to someone. I just hope they won't blow it and give the opportunity to someone who can take it a long way. NOT Cena, or Daniel Bryan. Maybe Orton? Or Sheamus? Or even Punk?
As for RAW, the Laurinaitis angle has become ridiculous. I am the same way as CB, I won't watch anymore unless this guy is off TV. He's not even fun to hate. He's like Cole was last year. And what the hell is the WWE thinking anymore with Cena? Losing to Rock? Good. Then Lesnar comes in and becomes probably the WWE's biggest drawing card instantaneously, and what happens? He gets buried by Cena, only to have Cena lose to this failed wrestler turned suit? Seriously? I really hope fans leave in droves and hurt Vince in his wallet. That's the only thing that will snap them out of this crap and force them to put on quality stuff. And they're saying Raw will be 3 hours long starting with the 1000th show? What are they gonna fill 3 hours with? They can't even fill 2 with good stuff. At least Orton is somewhat back in the title picture. I like Punk and Sheamus, but Orton has to be a champion. He's the future of this company, not Cena or Punk.