Question for anyone who's watched or owns the new version of Beyond the Mat: The Ringside Special Edition. I already own the VHS and have worn it out to the point where buying it on DVD is an inevitability. I'm now wondering if the new Ringside Special Edition DVD is worth getting over the regular one.
And what differences are there? I know about the Jesse Ventura parts and running commentary tracks. But I heard somewhere that the special edition VHS has Justin Credible shooting on Vince and the WWF. Is this included in the new DVD?
The "Justin Incredible" shoot comments are the same as the ones included on the extended VHS edition.
The new DVD does not feature the bonus thirty minutes featured on the extended VHS copy, nor does it feature the brief commentary track from Mick Foley detailing the Royal Rumble '99 events that was on the original DVD release.
It does, however, include the Terry Funk/Blaustein commentary from the original DVD.
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I couldn't link or embed this but this headline was on wwe.com halfway down the page: Is Steve Blackman's 'Drums in the Night' the greatest entrance theme ever? They show a 60 second clip from Heat with The Lethal Weapon against Buck Quartermain.