In the latest Raw magazine, there was a ad for "Best of Confidential" on DVD out Jan.14 (This Tuesday.) Not only do is it the best segments of Confidential, but they also have some extra matches including a few Jimmy Snuka matches and Scott Steiner-Booker T from THE LAST NITRO (March 2001.)
I think I'm going to get this DVD just for the extras.
I'd say use the tape library to put together a better comp set, like best of (insert year/group here) using the footage they have from the various promotions, instead of a best of for a show that is less than a year old that is not viewed by many people.
Please help control the McMahon population. Have your Triple H's spayed or neutered.
Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastardIf there's one thing the WWE's been consistant about lately, it's their DVDs. I can't see this one not being another home run.
If you're Canadian and want to add to your WWE DVD collection, make a trip to Walmart. $7.00 each. The most recent stuff I say was Austin's 'What'. It's mainly 2000/01 releases, and includes some of the double DVDs. I grabbed Mania 2000, Rebellion & Best of RAW 1&2.
I originally thought I'd pass on BoC in favour of the Rey Jr one coming out in a few months, but those extras sound really promising.
You need to flip your view of the Porter/Hardy story in general. MVP never ever liked Matt, and never was going to consider it. After seeing that Hardy was better than him in things like basketball, arm wrestling, madden, karaoke, "pockets v.