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GeoReview: WWE Hall Of Fame 2004 Induction Ceremony
by Clayton Ruley
 

If you're a wrestling fan especially the WWF/E fan, this DVD could be your cup of tea.   In New York City on the eve of Wrestlemania XX, the world greatest pro wrestlers gathered in Madison Square Garden to honor some of the sport's best wrestlers.  

 

I'm talking names like Greg „The Hammerš Valentine, Bobby „The Brainš Heenan, Big John Studd, Tito Santana, Sgt. Slaughter, Harley Race, Don „The Rockš Muraco, „Superstarš Billy Graham, Jesse „The Bodyš Ventura, and celebrity inductee Pete Rose.   In the WWE film the superstar themselves, family and friends get roasted and talk about the growth of the sport and the good ole days.  

 

The DVD also features three hours of bonus features including seven legendary matches, Pete Rose's three Wrestlemania appearances, classic interviews, promos and vignettes.   The matches include Studd versus Andre The Giant, „The Hammerš versus Tito Santana and Don Muraco versus Pedro Morales.  

 

The total run time is 6 hours and it's two discs.   While not the regular wrestling tape it's good for the historians and you learn that this is a business that requires traveling and separation from families, which is very hard to do.   You learn that these people have families besides careers and to do both is extraordinary.  

 

I'll give the DVD 4 globes.

 

 
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