TNA - Jeff Jarrett: King of the Mountain DVD Review - www.impulsegamer.com -

Feature 8.0
Video 7.0
Audio 7.0
Special Features 7.0
Total 8.0
Distributor: Madman
Classification: MA15+
Minutes: 714 minutes
Reviewer: Tory Favro

8.0


TNA - Jeff Jarrett: King of the Mountain

Jeff Jarrett has been around as long as I can remember wrestling… almost. He has certainly played a part in my viewing of it for a hell of a long time and as the founder of TNA wrestling, and an old school WWE fixture certainly worth watching. This release spans four DVDs and chronicles the man's start in the game all the way through to creating his own empire. Over the course of the DVDs we watch what Jarrett believes to be key moments in his own history and the history of the sport in terms of his own part in it.

The quality of this set is very good and in terms of a wrestling DVD; well put together. Some of the matches are a little bit questionable when it comes to their being in what is so obviously an important release for TNA however they do still tell us a bit of a story about Jarrett and TNA itself. Considering the process that would be involved in getting something like this up and running in the first place that is one hell of an achievement. I would also say that some of the fighters depicted on this release have since come a long in their own right and are able to provide more entertainment than they have on this set.

More importantly than the matches on these DVDs are the interviews with Jarrett that break up the fights. Jarrett is extremely honest and with the amount of time that the man has been in the industry means that we are privy to the inner workings of wrestling, from his time in the WWF (now WWE), dealings with Vince McMahon and starting up his own federation that is now only number two to WWE, which is one hell of an achievement. I have to keep pinching myself to remember that this guy was a character that I hated back in the day which actually meant he was doing a good job of being a heel.

Well worth the purchase for any wrestling fan, King of the Mountain shows us an in-depth view of how Jeff got to where he has in the biz, also a touching view of the man and how he coped during the tragic death of his wife. There is a touch too much promotion of TNA but Jarrett has every reason to be proud of his baby. It's pretty darn awesome and I would brag it up a bit too. Check this release out and if you wanted some humble pie, check out Jarrett's earlier fights when he was a nobody. Some great stuff and very raw and honest footage.






 
 



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