XPW After The Fall DVD

XPW After The Fall DVD

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Xtreme to the very end!
In 1999, XPW burst onto the wrestling scene as a West Coast version of the East Coast?s ECW. A real life bitter rivalary between the two companies quickly escalated when ECW stars began to jump ship. Nearly EVERY MAJOR NAME in the history of ECW appeared in XPW including Terry Funk, Sabu, Shane Douglas, Raven, Sandman, Justin Credible, New Jack, Joey Styles, Chris Candido, Tammy Sytch, The Public Enemy, The Pitbulls, Big Dick Dudley, Axl Rotten, Ian Rotten, Little Guido, Chris Hamrick, Tracy Smothers, Jerry Lynn, Vic Grimes, Konnan, Psychosis, Kronus, and many more! This incredible 6 hour collection features the XPW debuts of all of these major superstars and many more. Many of these matches have NEVER BEEN RELEASED ON DVD and some were NEVER EVEN AIRED ON TELEVISION. Your wrestling collection just won?t be complete wtihout seeing what happened AFTER THE FALL!

Disc 1:

  1. Steve Rizzono& Kid Kaos vs. The Westsiders
  2. Public Enemy vs. The Westsiders
  3. XPW World Title History
  4. Chris Candido w/ Tammy Sytch vs. Damien Steele
  5. The Pitbulls vs. The Westsiders
  6. Sabu w/ Josh Lazie vs. Terry Funk w/ Rob Black
  7. Kid Kaos vs. Tracy Smothers
  8. Axl Rotten vs. Supreme
  9. Sabu w/ Josh Lazie vs. Chris Candido
  10. Axl Rotten vs. Abdullah The Butcher
  11. Sabu w/ Josh Lazie & Homeless Jimmy vs. The Messiah & Vic Grimes
  12. Sabu w/ Josh Lazie vs. The Messiah w/ Lizzy Borden
Disc 2:
  1. Major Gunns vs. Lizzy Borden
  2. The Sandman vs. Konnan
  3. The Juice Bar w/ Juventud Guerrera
  4. Juventud Guerrera vs. Chris Chetti
  5. Psicosis vs. Chris Chetti vs. Sonny Siaki vs. Christian York
  6. Super Crazy vs. Jerry Lynn
  7. Juventud Guerrera vs. Julio Dinero

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Average Customer Review: 4 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 54 out of 5 5 Reviews
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5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 best xpw dvd ever, 4.17.2010
Reviewer: Matthias CHALUMEAU (TOULOUSE, Other)

the cover is beautiful. A must buy for any xpw fan.

disc 1 :
rizzono & kaos vs westsiders
public enemy vs westsiders
xpw title history
chris candido vs damien steele
westsiders vs pittbulls
sabu vs terry funk
kaos vs tracy smothers
axl rotten vs supreme
sabu vs candido
axl rotten vs abdullah the butcher
grimes & messiah vs sabu & homeless jimmy
messiah vs sabu

disc 2 :
major gunns vs lissy borden
sandman vs konnan
juice bar
juvi vs chetti
psicosis vs chetti vs siaki vs christian york
super crasy vs jerry lynn
juvi vs julio dinero
vic grimes vs little guido vs altar boy luke
hallowen vs damien 666
mexico most wanted vs kraq & kronus
j love
simon diamond vs pogo
super crasy vs psicosis
kaos vs hamrick
shane douglas vs credible

fan cam :
raven vs vic grimes
supreme vs ian rotten
damien steele vs big dick dudley vs johnny webb


 

1 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 51 out of 5 NOT a documentary, 4.17.2010
Reviewer: Jason Bent (Churchville, MD)

"I was at a UWF/TNA show in South Hill

 

3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 XPW After The Fall, 4.17.2010
Reviewer: Zach Grigg (Green Mountain, IA)

"If you're thinking this is a documentery similar to the ""The Rise and Fall Of ECW"" on XPW. Think again! This is a cheaply put together compilation of random XPW chaos and matches from it's 4 year existence. Most of the material appears to be sourced from VHS and one segment in particular looks to have been recorded from an XPW TV airing on an over the air network. The matches themselves are not too bad

 

3 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 53 out of 5 Could have been amazing, 4.17.2010
Reviewer: Jeroen Degens (Cheshire, England)

"Like many other said

 

5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 Well..., 4.17.2010
Reviewer: Jamie Gelles (Johnstown, PA)

"I'm not sure why some people thought this was supposed to be a documentary about XPW. Maybe the title?
But I always saw the title for what it was