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First person in the world to review something so damn epic.
So, I have been obsessed with WWE for years and it's my passion and my life. It's the reason I live and it's my favourite, most precious thing. WWE is life and I love it more than anything. Having actually grown up with WWE and so many heroes, I can't help but call Undertaker my all- time favourite, most loved and greatest hero/idol and Wrestler. I bought this DVD collection back in late October/Early November 2013. Honestly, it's one of the five greatest WWE box sets of all-time and it's absolutely incredible. It's so amazing and it means the absolute world to me that I have it. It has some of the most electrifying, incredible, deadliest and most ultimate matches of Mark's career. Including the body bag match between the Ultimate Warrior, the Concrete-Crypt match, 2-on-1 against the Dudley's and more. Seriously, it means absolutely everything to me knowing I was No. #1' in earth to write a review on this spectacular WWE box set and it's worth every damn bit of money it's going for. Mark William Calaway's: Undertaker's Deadliest matches is one of his best compilations, it's hard to choose between this and "Tombstone: The history of the Undertaker". Anyhow, you're gonna absolutely love it if you're a WWE fan. Best works from the best Wrestler. So thankful this exists. I love it so much.
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