What I Said Then: This event was designed as a way to get us from Hell in a Cell to Survivor Series. The show accomplished this much better than Bragging Rights, the event which this show replaced on the WWE calendar, could have. This show was also an upgrade over the concept and execution of Bragging Rights. While there were no match of the year candidates, there wasn't anything horrible on this show either. It wasn't a bad way to spend three hours and I would recommend renting the DVD when it comes out.
Has My Opinion Changed? No.
This DVD is definitely worth a Netflix rental. However, I don't recommend purchasing it. The most famous moment from this show has already been released on the DVD for the greatest PPV matches of 2011. While my review for that set has yet to be posted, based upon what I have seen of it so far, I recommend buying that set over this DVD. I plan to have my review for that DVD posted during the first week of January.
Chapters on this DVD (matches are in bold):
- DVD Extra: Matt Striker Interviews Alberto Del Rio
- WWE Tag Team Championship: Champions Air Boom vs. Dolph Ziggler & Jack Swagger
- US Championship: Champion Dolph Ziggler vs. Zack Ryder
- CM Punk and Triple H in the Locker Room
- Divas Championship: Champion Beth Phoenix vs. Eve
- Matt Striker Interviews Big Show
- Sheamus vs. Christian
- The Miz & R-Truth Thank John Laurinaitis
- Triple H & CM Punk vs. The Miz & R-Truth
- Alberto Del Rio Talks With John Laurinaitis
- Non-title Match: Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes vs. Randy Orton
- World Heavyweight Championship: Champion Mark Henry vs. Big Show
- Last Man Standing Match for the WWE Championship: Champion Alberto Del Rio vs. John Cena