Older WWE ppv's

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Gman003, May 21, 2016.

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  1. So as some people might have noticed over the past 13-14 months that I've been with this forum board, I'm more of an attitude/ruthless aggression era fan. That is what I grew up on, after all lol.

    My favorite thing to do on the network is to look for the ppvs in that time frame. There's just something so genuine and natural feeling about those times that today's product will never achieve. Atleast not in the near future. There is some potential, but it's all in the creative teams hands.

    I'm currently watching Backlash 2004, and watched Unforgiven 2006 just the other day. Both good events. Right now it's on Randy Orton vs mick foley no holds barred match. Just saw a pretty brutal match. (Just finished as I typed that. Good job orton). That slam onto the thumb tacks for orton looked nasty as hell. And then slammed from the stage onto the table below still with a few dozen tacks in his back. Then he came back and smashed Foley with barbie a few times. And picked up the win. Fuckin eh.

    So my question is, where the hell can I find all/most of the ppvs between 97 and like 07? I discontinued viewing sometime in early 2005 but unforgiven 06 was pretty friggin good too. And the network only has a limited amount of ppvs. I don't know if it's because I have the Canadian version, if it's different, or if the network lacks alot for everyone?
  2. Network (UK) had all the old PPV's when I had my free month. I watched Armageddon 2000 and the 2001 Rumble and loved it.
    You could try a proxy server, fool them into thinking you're in the US. ZenMate VPN - Best Cyber Security & Unblock
  3. Yikes, if they are not on your version of the Network, you might have a really hard time finding them. Buying copies of them or getting them on the Network is really the only options WWE doesn't shut down. WWE is rather good about shutting down any other outlet for their product. The US version has all of the pay per views... I think I read that one or two might be missing but other than that, they have them all.
  4. Well the one I have is missingso many. What the hell?
  5. I was about to try the proxy server but thought wait it's through my cable provider. Would it still work?
  6. Possibly. Other services like Netflix check only for IP location and nothing else, WWE Network might do the same.
  7. If you are willing to pay a few quid places like CEX, Charity Shops and the like always have WWE/F dvds about for a few quid. I got WM 20 for a fiver not that long back.
  8. I figured this bitch out! Thank god! Omg I'm a happy man. It took a few attempts to login to the wwe network online, I just had to link my cable account to the network on my pc and voila! Every ppv. Now I can relive my childhood one amazing show at a time! I'm so happy right now. Unfortunately I have to be up in 7 hours for work now. I'm going to be spending many hours on this shit from now on though.
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  9. Congrats! That's really what I love about the network the most. I get to watch all of these old ppvs and it is so much like it was when I originally watched them. Enjoy :emoji_slight_smile:
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  10. Thanks bro I will for sure! I get to go back in time and enjoy all the ppv I had to miss out on back then. There's soooo much fucking content I don't even know where to start! :nooo:
  11. I tend to love going back to the Saturday Night's Main Event and the New Generation era a lot. The first PPV I ever bought, I believe, was Royal Rumble 1993. I also just love watching Rumble matches. They're usually pretty great.
  12. What was the first event you went to?
  13. Other than a house show (and I went to them a lot), the first televised event I went to was Summerslam 1994 at the United Center.
  14. aha Summerslam '92 myself
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  15. Ah, I'm envious. You got to see that awesome Bret Hart vs British Bulldog match live then. What a great match. I also never had a chance to see Rick Martel wrestle live and he was one of my all time favorites
  16. Back then I had little knowledge about wrestling apart from what I learnt from my elder brothers although it was foreign to me I got hooked. Like the only people I new off on the card was Savage, Ultimate Warrior, Undertaker, Bret Hart, the British Bulldog and Lennox Lewis (Who was my idol at the time) but like every aspect of the event just created an obsession
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  17. Well I began watching because of the cartoon "Hulk Hogan's Rock N Wrestling" and i had to see what wrestling was like but the every aspect creating an obsession happened to me too :emoji_slight_smile: One that's been going on for 30 years now.
  18. Holy showingyour ages there fellas lol
    Well for me I went to a house show in march or April 2003 I was 13 at the time. And i 'grew out of' wrestling in 05. Then returned in 15, so I had to attend roadblock this past March. . So I've been to 2 lol.

    Also waiting for the second that survivor series tickets go on sale because I'm most definitely scooping some up as fast as I can.
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