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DVD Talk review of 'Rob Van Dam: One of a Kind (WWE)'

I read Randy Miller III's DVD review of Rob Van Dam: One of a Kind (WWE) at http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/read.php?ID=14294 and...

i mentioned in the main thread that i believe the "november 2 remeber" match was edited, since in the match, they are in the ring, there is a small disolve, and then they are out of the ring.
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I noticed that myself, but it didn't seem like a big enough cut to mention in the review. I'll try and dig up some info on it, but if anyone out there has an old ECW Home Video VHS to compare it to, it'd be most appreciated.
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I'm just happy that we have people on the staff that appreciates pro wrestling.
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apparently from doing a tad a research, the match lasted about 16 minutes and change.
i'll check the dvd to see how long it is?
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also, i'd like to mention this, in the review you stated
"For the most part, One of a Kind just isn't as polished as some of WWE's past offerings. Most of these offerings have included a 2 hour "road to stardom"-style biography as the main program, with a handful of selected matches rounding out the package on Disc 2. Here, the complete matches (presented in chronological order) are simply bookended by personal reflections from RVD, giving the finished presentation a slightly more disjointed feel. A sneaking suspicion tells me that this release may have been rushed after the WWE realized how well the ECW DVD was selling. This is a top-notch collection of matches and RVD's input is valuable, but it's obvious that the overall package could have been ironed out a little more."

the big wwe dvd's that i have purchased in the past (mick foley, shawn michaels, ric flair, are all in the same format as this dvd.

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