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M.V.P. (as Antonio Banks)
Elijah Burke ...
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The Undertaker is back







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16 September 2007 (USA)  »

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Unforgiven 2007  »

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7 April 2009 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I have to say that this event was nothing short but, disappointing. This is cause so far 2007 in my year had the best quality PPV's. This one was the most disappointing event of the year, considering last year's Unforgiven got excellent reviews.

FIRST MATCH- CM PUNK {CHAMPION} VS. ELIJAH BURKE FOR THE ECW CHAMPIONSHIP Not a bad choice for an opener, but this much was just a disappointment for me. These two are capable of much better as evident in their previous encounter at Judgment Day. Too slow and not enough fast paced wrestling, Punk wins after a roll-up to retain his title. 5/10

SECOND MATCH- MVP AND MATT HARDY {CHAMPIONS} VS. DEUCE AND DOMINO {W/ CHERRI} FOR THE WWE TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS Not a bad tag team match, with good wrestling and drama between Matt and MVP throughout the match. However could of been a bit better with more time added to the match, overall a pretty average tag title bout. Matt Hardy and MVP retain their belts after Matt hits a Twist Of Fate on one of the Domino's. 5/10

THIRD MATCH- TRIPLE H VS. CARLITO IN A NO DISQUALIFICATION MATCH ONLY FOR CARLITO I expected better from these two, as this was a no disqualification match for Carlito only. A bit too slow and the match just seemed to drag on. But then again it's HHHH so what do you expect. HHH wins after the Pedigree but no one cares, I certainly don't. 5/10

FOURTH MATCH- CANDICE MICHELLE {CHAMPION} VS. BETH PHOENIX FOR THE WWE WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP Surprisingly I was not that disappointed with this match considering Candice Michelle is in it, as she is a over rated wrestler who always seems to get injured. Not a bad match, but again just seemed to drag on and on. Michelle wins after a surprise roll-up for a win. 5/10

FIFTH MATCH- GREAT KHALI {CHAMPION} VS. REY MYSTERIO VS. BATISTA IN A TRIPLE-THREAT MATCH FOR THE WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP After Khali's and Batista's absolute failure of a match at Summerslam, Mysterio was added into this World Title bout to add excitement, which was most right in doing so. Not a bad match, but it was too focused on Batista and Mysterio ganging up on Khali, which got sometimes boring. Batista wins the World Title finally after having 1000 title opportunities by hitting a very impressive spinebuster on Khali. 5/10

SIXTH MATCH- JOHN CENA {CHAMPION} VS. RANDY ORTON FOR THE WWE CHAMPIONSHIP After their absolute match of the year classic at Summerslam, it is a crime to end this match as a disqualification. Too much brawling between these two, and this match should of had a proper finish, that's all in my opinion enough said. Orton wins after Cena gets himself disqualified by continuing to beat Orton up and ignoring the referee's warnings. There shouldn't be a DQ finish at a PPV. 4/10

SEVENTH MATCH- LANCE CADE AND TREVOR MURDOCH {CHAMPIONS} VS. PAUL London AND BRIAN KENDRICK FOR THE WORLD TAG TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS Shockingly this is probably the only match that actually stood out on the card. Pretty much exciting and fast paced match that shows some breath of light in the tag team division in the WWE. Cade and Murdoch retain their titles after Cade hits a Sit-Down Spinebuster on London. 6/10

EIGTH MATCH- UNDERTAKER VS. MARK HENRY Even though Undertaker is returning back, this still is not the appropriate mainevent. Even though Undertaker is a legend in the WWE, when he returned back at Wrestlemania XX to face his brother Kane, that wasn't the mainevent, so this one shouldn't be. A bit slow and sloppy, but Undertaker wins to stop this bore of a match from continuing. 4/10

So this is it, 2007 being one of the years where WWE have produced every PPV that turned out to be exciting, and this one spoils it. A mediocre PPV where it seems all the matches just seemed to drag on and on. This is a disappointment from last year's Unforgiven, which turned out to be one of the best PPV's of the year.

Overall I'll give it a 5/10 and a D

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