. Do you smell the attitude? Dean Malenko from Heat, the very first Austin vs. If the content is offensive, feel free to report it. Austin is definitely the star of this set. Between the matches and segments, you get a great mix of classic moments and hidden gems.
Every crowd was hot which brought an exciting dynamic to almost every match from the era. It was a tease, at best, leaving the audience wanting something more but, hey, it's The Attitude Era, so even a tease is better than nothing. Disrespecting users will result in a 1 day ban. Two Blu-ray release, see published by Martin Liebman on November 18, 2014 where this Blu-ray release scored 3. Disrespecting or attacking moderators and admins will result in a ban.
Do not post spoilers in the title of your posts. Road Dogg Raw — 3 May 1999 Lumberjack Match Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The entire once in a lifetime cast from the rebellious to the demonic, the iconic, and the just plain weird. Older footage woven into interviews has been reformatted to match the 1. Chris Jericho Blu-Ray Special Features All Aboard Driving with Mr.
Rock and Lita, Rock and Lita vs. Violations will result in a 1 week ban. Two doesn't share much in terms of similarity with its predecessor. The Attitude Era is perfectly captured throughout all of this content. The regular features run around 7 hours, and the Blu-ray extras run 1 hour, 25 minutes.
Heat -- August 2, 1998. This is the more focused of the two releases, and even if the matches and moments aren't better, the overall flow and fun factor is superior. New interview clips play with sufficiently crisp and nicely defined dialogue. A discussion post called something like Here's an idea. Heat -- September 17, 2000.
What makes this collection so good is that it features a lot of great memories you probably either have forgotten or may have missed altogether, including some real gems. Email Eric Gargiulo at if you are interested. Kurt Angle Heat — 18 June 2000 Eddie Guerrero vs. The Buried Alive match is a silly gimmick, and a lot of this match is dedicated to watching wrestlers shovel dirt. Supplements are mostly more matches and moments with a few brief interview snippets tossed in at the end. It doesn't sound new, it just sounds like Attitude. SmackDown -- August 24, 2000.
I have to admit that I was quite skeptical when I heard the news. McMahon's most exclusive club - The Attitude Era. Heat -- May 16, 1999. Check out some of Eric's work on his and. The Attitude Era is a well known era in wrestling already, and a lot of the details were covered on previous docs like The Monday Night War, McMahon, The Rock: The Epic Journey of Dwayne Johnson, and Stone Cold Steve Austin: The Bottom Line. Which one of these teams will stick together long enough to walk out of Monday Night Raw with their hands raised? Long: Ron Simmons recalls a drunk driving story.
Eric also hosted on terrestrial radio from 1998-2009. I would have preferred a bit more time dedicated to some of these big picture topics rather than discussions of the individual superstars and feuds, but they did a great job grouping together superstars on the documentary. It has predictions, gaming, voice chat, and many more! Older matches likewise enjoy good quality ringside commentary and in-ring banter alike. This especially applies to links to merchandise except wwe. The older material is presented in a classic 1. Head to the nearest man cave, give your boss a Stone Cold salute and spend the next six hours watching The Attitude Era Vol. I started watching from 99 and am currently in March of 2000.