COMPLETE MATCH LISTING FOR BLOODSPORT: ECW'S GREATEST MATCHES DVD SET
hosted by Paul Heyman and released on February 7, 2006:
*ECW World Tag Team champions The Public Enemy vs. Cactus Jack & Mikey Whipwreck (August 27, 1994 at ECW Arena) *The Sandman & Terry Funk vs. Cactus Jack & ECW World champion Shane Douglas (March 17, 1995, ECW Arena) *Axl Rotten vs. Ian Rotten - Taipei Death Match (Hardcore Heaven '95, July 7, 1995) *Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Psicosis - Mexican Death Match (November to Remember '95, November 18, 1995) *ECW World Television champion Chris Jericho vs. Shane Douglas vs. 2 Cold Scorpio vs. Pitbull #2 (ECW Heatwave '96) *Tommy Dreamer vs. Brian Lee - Weapons Match (ECW Hardcore Heaven '96) *Sabu vs. Rob Van Dam - Stretcher Match (The Doctor is In, August 3, 1996) Terry Funk vs. Sandman vs. Stevie Richards (ECW Barely Legal) *ECW World champion Terry Funk vs. Sabu - No Ropes Barbed Wire Match (Born to Be Wired) *Beulah McGillicutty vs. Bill Alfonso (As Good as It Gets, September 1997 at ECW Arena) *Tazz vs. Bam Bam Bigelow - ECW Death Match (ECW Heatwave '8 PPV) *ECW World champion Shane Douglas vs. Tazz (Guilty As Charged '99 PPV) *The Dudley Boyz vs. Spike Dudley & Balls Mahoney - Chicago Street Fight *ECW World champion Mike Awesome vs. Spike Dudley (Guilty As Charged 2000 PPV) *Rhino vs. The Sandman (ECW on TNN, February 2000) *Super Crazy vs. Yoshihiro Tajiri vs. Little Guido (ECW on TNN, March 2000) *Tommy Dreamer vs. CW Anderson - "I Quit" Match (ECW Guilty as Charged 2001) with Alternate commentary featuring Tommy Dreamer and Jonathan Coachman *Mike Awesome vs. Masato Tanaka (ECW One Night Stand PPV)
Now THATīS a DVD!! Iīm glad they added Awesome/Tanaka from ONS! I absolutely loved that spotfest, but didnīt wanna buy the DVD, because of the missing Sandman music and the silly invasion stuff!
I've got ONS and several of the PPVs on tape, but there are two matches on there that I'm going to love having on DVD: Awesome/Spike was just all over the place with Spike doing what Spike's always done best, getting killed, and Dreamer/CW Anderson, which if it's the match I'm thinking it is, has probably the most creative (at least at the time) submission finish I've ever seen. Looking forward to this one!
Several of these are on the ECW comps that they released late in the company's run, however having only the VHS versions I'll have to buy this one. Also, ditto on the Dreamer/Anderson match.
Originally posted by BigFredMachineGreat stuff, but hopefully there's more "classic" stuff to be had from the glory days in future DVDs. And I know he's with a competing promotion, but WHAT ABOUT RAVEN?
Depends on when you'd define the glory days...if you're saying '94 to '97, then a little over half the matches fall within that period. I would agree, however, that it'd be nice to see some more of the real early stuff ('94 and '95).
As for Raven...with the hefty praise Heyman gave him, and the segment on the documentary portion on the "Rise and Fall of ECW" DVD, I'm surprised he's not on more of this. *shrug*
Originally posted by CerebusCall me crazy, but shouldn't there be a match or two on there featuring New jack?
Here are the extras (according to silvervision):
- Axl Rotten on the Taipei Death Match - ECW & Blood - Extreme Measures: The Flaming Table - C.W. Anderson on his "I Quit" Match wit Tommy Dreamer - Danny Doring & Roadkill get into the business - The Pitbulls - Justin Credible on being champion - Public Enemy vs. Cactus Jack & Mikey Whipwreck History Video - Gangstas vs. Public Enemy - House Party (05/01/96)
I read something about 19 matches, so I think
Gangstas vs. Public Enemy - House Party (05/01/96)
is that 19th match!?
AND THAT would mean, that New Jack IS on there, right?
As far as Raven is concerned:
Dudley Boyz vs. Spike Dudley & Balls Mahoney - Chicago Street Fight
the Dudz last ECW match, where they win the belts just to loose them to Raven and Dreamer later that night? So, maybe Raven would be on there as well?
I was tooling around on YouTube a couple of days ago and stumbled upon something I hadn't seen before. Jimmy Garvin had done a video where he shared some behind-the-scenes footage from during the Great American Bash '87.