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#21 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.81
WCW Dustin was pretty great and you could advertise him in matches with Austin, Steamboat, Rude, and Foley. He was also awesome with Booker T in 2002 in tags against Jericho, Christian, and Storm. It's really just the primary, most well-known Goldust period when he was fat and slow. He worked with Michaels and Undertaker and HHH though so they could put them all on it. End it with Goldust vs. Sheamus, ECW 2009 and you've done it!

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#22 Posted on
    Originally posted by Matt Tracker
      Originally posted by redsoxnation
      The latter half of his career, I agree. The earlier years where he was teaming with Steamboat and Windham, good matches. Not so much because of Dustin, but good matches.


    The Arn Anderson turn and alliance with the Studd Stable HAS to be there. That's my favorite betrayal during a match.


No, you know what has to be there? Goldust vs. The Ultimate Warrior from In Your House 1996, when they didn't wrestle. They just stood around the ring and smoked cigars. That's my favorite Goldust match.



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#23 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.09
Personally, I'd like to see the match were Dustin, Big Josh and Tom Zenk won the WCW World Six-Man Tag Team Championship from The Freebirds (Michael Hayes, Jimmy Garvin and Badstreet (Brad Armstrong). I don't remember much of anything about the match but I was sitting directly next to the entrance aisle, so there's a possibility I was on camera.

I assume the King of the Road match would be on there. As notoriously horrible as the match is, it's also the match that lead to the creation of Goldust, since Dustin got fired from WCW as a result of it. (And besides, there's a definite need for more Barry Darsow on WWE DVDs.)

Is this the first DVD set to come out featuring someone who spent time in TNA? Not that there are any particular highlights from that period of time but it would at least be nice to have Black Reign documented, in order for it to be a definitive compilation. And how can you just ignore a barbed wire Christmas tree? (And did you know that Rellik is killer spelled backward?)

Perhaps we'll get a definitive answer as to who was behind GTV. (They won't even mention that of course. The answer was The Big Bossman, right?)
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#24 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.91
    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
    WCW Dustin was pretty great and you could advertise him in matches with Austin, Steamboat, Rude, and Foley. He was also awesome with Booker T in 2002 in tags against Jericho, Christian, and Storm. It's really just the primary, most well-known Goldust period when he was fat and slow. He worked with Michaels and Undertaker and HHH though so they could put them all on it. End it with Goldust vs. Sheamus, ECW 2009 and you've done it!







Good, not great, and not of the caliber of Windham or Steamboat.
If they show BookDust, hopefully it isn't the Tourrette's gimmick portion after the electrocution by Evolution.
And, I'd definitely buy a Barry Darsow DVD.
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#25 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.75
The good thing about a Goldust DVD is that it would probably be the first (and most likely only) time NXT season 3 stuff would appear on DVD.



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#26 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.66
The Book N Dust Connection was one of the best things about Raw 2002 minus the women's division. I will never forgive the booking for Booker T's title run at WM X-9, let the racist bully who electrified the hero's friend win, great idea, Steph. I am also intrigued on what will be on that DVD. I hope they let Dustin talk about the character as well as his ups and with the company.
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