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The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man In Sports Entertainment!

Throughout the Rock's incredible sports-entertainment career, fans and foes alike
knew enough to know their role, shut their mouth, or risk a beatdown from the Brahma
Bull. While he's gone from WWE rings to the big screen, his impact on professional
wrestling will never be forgotten. The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man in Sports
Entertainment highlights the meteoric rise of The Great One, the first man to hold
the WWE Championship seven times. This package is packed with 3 discs filled with 19
amazing matches!

Disc 1
Samoan Royalty
Thursday RAW, February 13, 1997. WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
Hunter Hearst Helmsley Vs. Rocky Malvia

Rock The Ruler
RAW, April 6, 1998. WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
Owen Hart Vs. The Rock

Nation Vs. DX
RAW, June 22, 1998. King Of The Ring QuarterFinal Match
Triple H Vs. The Rock

Rock's Big Chance
Survivor Series, November 15, 1998. WWE Championship Match (Final Round)
Mankind Vs. The Rock

Rivalry With Mankind
St. Valentine's Day Massacre, Feburary 14, 1999. Last Man Standing Match For The WWE
Mankind Vs. The Rock

So It Continues...
RAW, February 15, 1999. Ladder Match For The WWE Championship
Mankind Vs. The Rock

Two Of The Most Charismatic SuperStars Ever
WrestleMania XV, March 28, 1999. WWE Championship
Stone Cold Steve Austin Vs. The Rock

Disc 2
People's Champion
RAW, July 5, 1999. Steel Cage Match
The Rock Vs. Triple H

Rock 'N Sock Connection
RAW, August 30, 1999. WWE Tag Team Championship
The Rock & Mankind Vs. Undertaker & Big Show

The Verbal SmackDown!
SmackDown, December 30, 1999. No Holds Barred Match
The Rock Vs. Kane

McMahon - Helmsley Regime Vs. The Rock
Backlash, April 30, 2000. WWE Championship Match
Triple H Vs. The Rock

The Following Night...
RAW, May 1, 2000. Steel Cage Match For The WWE Championship
The Rock Vs. Shane McMahon

The Great One Vs. The Olympic Medalist
No Way Out, February 25, 2001. WWE Championship Match
Kurt Angle Vs. The Rock

The New Title
Summerslam, August 19, 2001. WCW Championship Match
Booker T Vs. The Rock

The Undisputed Champion
Royal Rumble, January 20, 2002. WWE Undisputed Championship Match
Chris Jericho Vs. The Rock

Disc 3
Icon Vs. Icon
WrestleMania X8, March 17, 2002
The Rock Vs. Hollywood Hulk Hogan

Triple Threat
Vengeance, July 21, 2002. Triple Threat Match For The WWE Undisputed Championship
Kurt Angle Vs. The Undertaker Vs. The Rock

Just Bring It
RAW, July 22, 2002
The Rock Vs. Eddie Guerrero

Third Time's A Charm?
WrestleMania XIX, March 20, 2003
Stone Cold Steve Austin Vs. The Rock

Special Features Include:
More than a dozen of The Rock's most memorable interviews, including Billy's Prayer
to God, The Big Slow, Thomas Jefferson Sucka, nWo, and more. A collection of The
Rock's greatest one-liners.

Heat, July 11, 1999 " Billy's Prayer To God"
RAW, August 9, 1999 "The Big Slow"
RAW, September 6, 1999 "My Name Is Kane"
RAW, November 15, 1999 "Doughnuts"
SmackDown, August 10, 2000 "Hermie"
RAW, December 4, 2000 "Armageddon Opponents"
RAW, August 13, 2001 "Thomas Jefferson Sucka"
RAW, September 10, 2001 "The People's Strudel"
SmackDown, September 20, 2001 "Great Balls Of Fire"
SmackDown, January 3, 2002 "Copacabanna"
SmackDown, January 17, 2002 "Camera Man"
SmackDown, January 24, 2002 "The Charleston"
No Way Out, February 17, 2002 "nWo"
SmackDown, July 11, 2002 "Busta Rhymes"
RAW, March 10, 2003 "The SuperHero"
RAW, June 21, 2004 "Miami Dolphines"
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