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WWE: The Best of RAW - 15th Anniversary 1993-2008 (2007)

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Credited cast:
'Stone Cold' Steve Austin
Eric Bischoff (archive footage)
Edge (archive footage)
Eugene (archive footage)
Kane (archive footage)
Rodney Leinhardt ...
Rodney (archive footage)
Triple H
Robert Marella ...
Gorilla Monsoon (archive footage)
Shawn Michaels
Savio Vega (archive footage)
Himself (archive footage)
Shawn Stipich ...
Shawn Stasiak (archive footage)


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$50,000 (estimated)
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Did You Know?


The moment, "Big Show chokeslams Undertaker through the ring." Is not on this dvd. It is however, advertised on the box. See more »


When they show Vader Attacking Gorilla Monsoon, a Bubble Pops up and says "That was the first time a Wrestler attacks a WWE President." Actually the first time a Wrestler attacks a President was in 1988, When Bad News Brown attacked Jack Tunney. See more »


References WWE Raw (1993) See more »

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ridiculously inappropriate sound effect
27 January 2009 | by See all my reviews

this vote is strictly based on the inclusion of an incomprehensible sound effect in these volumes. I was watching these volumes in a multi-disc changer and the first disc of this series was started without my knowledge as I was dozing off.

Within 2 minutes I was ripped wide awake by a buzzing sound that sounded like some sort of projectile ripping across the sky of my living room. Figuring I misheard some odd sound in the opening credits as it was amplified by half-sleep, i settled back to take a lazy look at the wrestling -- only to feel as if I was under a rocket attack as the zooming and vrooming sounds kept repeating themselves at ridiculously fast episodes.

There was no rhythm to the audio attacks -- so I didn't know what in the blue hell was going on. However, after a minute I finally realized that the WWE had slapped this awful sound effect into this otherwise-excellent 9 hour set. Every time a "raw fact" card pops up onto the screen to let the viewer know one of the million amusing facts or coincidences that are part of the cool byproduct of a 15-year continuously produced live weekly series the senses are assaulted.

I'm a pretty mellow guy, but this was really just like nails on a chalkboard. In a mood to watch wrestling, I just had to completely give up on the half-day of what looked like excellent footage and go back to a 1999 PPV DVD of Rock Bottom: In your house that I won at WWE NY long ago.

Hopefully they decided to let the matches' sound just speak for themselves.

Anyway, if i were you, I'd try to listen to 10 or so minutes of this on surround sound or at least a real TV so you can hear how annoying this sound effect is. It definitely fatally compromised my ability to enjoy this product.

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