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WWE – Triple H – “Thy Kingdom Come” – Blu-ray Review

Submitted by on November 9, 2013 – 11:49 pmNo Comment

“Thy Kingdom Come”

Are you ready? – No, I said, Are You Ready? – Well, you better be, because this is a review of Triple H’s latest Blu-ray release. This is two-discs jam-packed with a three hour documentary, three hours of matches with one additional hour of bonus features – including, Triple H’s match from this past year’s Wrestle Mania against Brock Lesnar – which was an AWESOME (Yes, that is a reference to the Miz’s catchphrase) match.

I won’t include any screenshots from the Blu-ray because, well, WWE may not like it, and we all know that they have the power to do what they want when it comes to copyright infringement – not a good thing. Anyway, this Blu-ray is the greatest WWE Home Video release ever – The Undertaker is interviewed in it – which was a surprise to me. I think this has something to do with Wrestle Mania XXX but it is still strange to see him out of character – much like the Ric Flair retirement celebration on Flair’s career retrospective DVD in 2008 when Undertaker came out of character to honor the Nature Boy.

Other people interviewed include Shawn Michaels, Stephanie McMahon-Levesque, Vince McMahon, Linda McMahon, Triple H, and many others. They not only broke the fourth wall – they demolished all of the walls. I was waiting for them to mention a certain superstar who died in 2007 but knew there was a no chance in Hell (pun intended) that would ever happen.

Triple H on his Throne

The matches, with the WWF scratch logo intact, include the Iron Man Match at Judgment Day 2000 with a surprise return from a certain Walking Man Who’s Dead, the grueling Last Man Standing match from Royal Rumble 2004 against Shawn Michaels for the World Heavyweight Championship, and other great matches from Triple H’s career – however, the Wrestle Mania XX main event is missing – which is understandable given who the third competitor is – but that was the greatest match during Triple H’s rivalry with his former best friend so not having it is the only thing negative about this release.

Bonus features include “deleted scenes” and the aforementioned Triple H vs. Lesnar match. The only thing missing, besides the Wrestle Mania XX main event, is bonus commentary on select matches. I would’ve loved to hear Triple H’s thoughts on a few matches because he would probably have some interesting stories to tell – but, oh well, maybe next time.

Lots of Content Here

Well, with that said, I give this release a four out of five stars – I would’ve given it a five if the WWE had included bonus commentary – and that main event match. Thank you for reading this, and if you don’t go out and buy this Blu-ray, then I’ve got two words for ya – Suck It!





– Written by Stan Man

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