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WWF WrestleMania X8
WWF WrestleMania X8
Manufacturer : WWF Home Video
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Avg. Customer Rating:4.5 of 5.0
Product Details
  • Amazon Sales Rank: #42919 in DVD
  • Released on: 2002-04-30
  • Rating: NR (Not Rated)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Formats: Special Edition, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Original language: English, French
  • Dubbed in: Spanish
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Dimensions: .50" h x 5.25" w x 7.50" l, .25 pounds
  • Running time: 420 minutes
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    0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
    5Dream Match of the Year
    By Juan Cerrito-Luna
    A WrestleMania that started the ruthless aggression era of the WWE. It was the last WrestleMania with the WWF logo when WWF changed into WWE later in May of 2002. The matches overall were all highly satisfying especially Rock vs Hogan. I think WMX8 would have been much better if Rock vs Hogan was in the main event instead of Triple H vs Jericho but it was still an awesome show.

    0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
    5The Hulkster Vs The Rock Need I Say More?
    By Cagneyfan67
    Wrestlemania 18 was a special and fun Wrestlemania. The Rock and Hogan match was off the hook. It should have gone on last. It was one of the best matches in wrestling history. I think it would have been even bigger if it was Stone Cold vs Hulk but I really liked Stone Cold working with Hall. I thought those two were perfect to work together. I enjoyed their match. A lot of people didn't think it was so good but I liked it. I thought Hall and Stone Cold delivered.

    A big match was Undertaker vs Ric Flair. I give Taker credit for helping Flair regain some confidence as Flair was depressed at the time and thought his wrestling days were over. They put on an awesome match. Flair put everything he had into the match and I thought it was a big match for him. Taker always comes through at Wrestlemania and Flair was the perfect guy to work with.

    Two of the things I liked was DDP and RVD both picking up some gold. DDP became The European Champion and they heavily buried him when he came over from WCW but this gave him a Wrestlemania moment he won a strap against a good wrestler in Christian. RVD took the IC strap and he certainly always deserves to win gold and he is a very popular wrestler and the hero's need to win at Mania.

    Kurt Angle and Kane put on a great match. Kane is a great wrestler and Angle can have a five star match with anyone. I liked Triple H and Jericho match. I think Jericho should have won though. I am just a Jericho fan and was so happy to see him finally win the title and have a nice brief run as champ. I think the show needed to close out with Hulk and Rock.

    In the end we were treated to a lot of the wrestling legends of the 90's when wrestling was big from WCW and ECW like The NWO, DDP, Booker T, Ric Flair, RVD come in and get their Wrestlemania moments. This Wrestlemania will be remembered for Hulk and The Rock but there were a lot of other great matches on the card and it was an entertaining Wrestlemania. I confess I wanted to see Stone Cold wrestle Hogan and defeat him but The Rock vs Hogan has to be one of the biggest matches in wrestling history. It was awesome cheers and enjoy!

    1 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
    5Poison to the nWo
    By Drez
    I only started to watch the WWF in 2001. I started to watch it when the Alliance was in the WWF.
    Vince McMahon bought in the nWo as an leathal dose of poison to the WWF, but Hollywood Hulk Hogan was poison to the nWo. After WrestleManiam, Hulk Hogan resigned from the nWo.

    Possibly the best WrestleMania ever! The Matches were:
    Intercontinental Championship
    William Regal Vs. RVD (4/10) A great way to start WrestleMania!
    European Championship
    DDP vs. Christian (2/10) Get that crybaby Christian a diaper!
    Hardcore Championship
    Maven Vs. Goldust (5/10) Unique Championship. The Hardcore Belt was passed to 4 people during the show.
    Edge Vs. Booker T (5/10)
    Kane Vs. Kurt Angle (6/10) Great Match, but the big red machine didn't win.
    Ric Flair Vs. Undertaker (7/10) Ric Flair gave it all in this match-up, but the deadman won.
    Stone Cold Steve Austin Vs. Scott Hall (4/10) Scott Hall had Kevin Nash down at ringside to help him beat Austin, but to no avail.
    WWF Tag Team Championship
    Billy and Chuck Vs. Dudley Boyz Vs. Hardy Boyz vs. APA
    (6/10)

    Hollywood Hulk Hogan vs. The Rock (10/10) Truly, The match of the year!
    Triple Threat Match for the Women's Championship
    Jazz Vs. Lita Vs. Trish Stratus (7/10)
    Undisputed WWF Championship
    Chris Jericho (w/ Stephanie McMahon) vs. Triple H (9/10)
    Chris Jericho didn't deserve to be the undisputed champion in the first place. And that story with Stephanie and Triple H was annoying the hell out of me.
    All in All, a good pay-per-view!

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