WWE Over The Limit – DVD Review
September 30, 2011 · 0 Comments
WWE Over The Limit 2011
Rey Mysterio v R-Truth
Todd Grisham interviews The Miz & Alex Riley
Intercontinental Championship Match: Wade Barrett v Ezekiel Jackson
CM Punk & Mason Ryan prepare for their match
Sin Cara v Chavo Guerrero
Todd Grisham interviews Randy Orton & Christian
Alberto Del Rio knows his destiny
WWE Tag Team Championship Match: Big Show & Kane v CM Punk & Mason Ryan
Divas Championship Match: Brie Bella v Kelly Kelly
World Heavyweight Championship Match: Randy Orton v Christian
Kiss My Foot Match: Jerry The King Lawler v Michael Cole
I Quit Match for the WWE Championship: John Cena v The Miz
Todd Grisham interviews John Cena Over The Limit (22nd May, 2011)
Running Time: 2hrs 56mins (including extras)
This, the second outing under the ‘Over The Limit’ title was established in 2010, replacing Judgment Day in the May slot of WWE’s pay-per-view calendar. Taking place on May 22, 2011 at the Key Arena in Seattle, Washington. It was the second Over the Limit event. Eight matches took place during the event.
Kicking off with Rey Mysterio vs. R-Truth (Not two of my favorite wrestlers on the roster I have to say!) I thought it was going to be a ‘fast forward’ match, but I actually quite enjoyed it; to my surprise! It definitely got the crowd into the event and was a good way to kick it off.
I was less interested in the Divas match. Bella ‘A’ vs. Blonde Blonde was pretty vom inducing at the best of times. Of course the guys will probably disagree…
Randy Orton vs. Christian was fabulous! They have had a brilliantly entertaining feud, and although sometimes the outcomes have not been to my liking, I cannot fault their matches. This one was no exception!
Barrett vs. Big Zeke was ‘OK’ and I’m sorry I couldn’t sit through another Cole vs. King b***s up.
The I Quit match was great! I don’t care what anyone says about Cena I always enjoy his matches and The Miz is as awesome as he proclaims to be in my humble opinion!
Certainly not the best PPV of the year, and the DVD offers little in the way of Extra features. I’d give it a 6 or 7 out of 10. Not sure that I’d recommend you buy it if you saw it when it was actually aired.
Over the Limit is available from SILVER VISION.CO.UK
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