Wednesday, 5 December 2012

WWE DVD Review: Summerslam 2012

WWE DVD Review: Summerslam 2012

WWE's annual summer extravaganza remains one of the company's top pay-per-views of the year. Like The Royal Rumble and WrestleMania Summerslam is one event where we the fans know the matches will be lined up to please all. This year the main talking point was the encounter between Triple H and the as yet not as exciting as he should be Brock Lesnar. Now you can purchase this release on DVD to re-view and savour all over again

Summerslam 2012 was built around one epic encounter. That was of course the much hyped and well worth a watch battle between Triple H and Brock Lesnar. This was superbly paced and makes this DVD a must-have one. It's rare these days to be able to say that, but there you go.

Elsewhere Antonio Cesaro tackled Santino Marella for the United States title. Dolph Ziggler faced (future world champion I hope) Dolph Ziggler. Kane took on the ever-impressive Daniel Bryan. The Intercontinental Championship was on the line as The Miz defended it against Rey Mysterio. World Heavyweight Champion Sheamus fought off Alberto Del Rio in a great scrap. In a bout which highlighted the need for new tag teams Titus O'Neil and Darren Young brawled with Kofi Kingston and R-Truth. The Triple Threat match featuring Big Show, John Cena and CM Punk for the WWE Title was a prefect lead in for the main event and leaves you more than ready to see Lesnar/Triple H.

Summerslam 2012 is a nice addition to your WWE DVD collection and is well worth watching a few times at least.

Available now from and all good retailers.
By Phil Allely

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