Here's a few bits of info as to what will be on the DVD, from 1wrestling:
(MSG) Debut match vs. Pete Sanchez 3/1/76 A day in the life of the Four Horsemen His match with Triple H from 5/19/03 Raw with a post-show tribute that has never-been-seen before on TV Plus all the promos & controversies surrounding his greatest matches against Harley Race, Dusty Rhodes, Barry Windham, Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat, Terry Funk, Sting, as well as his 1992 Royal Rumble victory. BONUS: 6 hidden Easter eggs
Do you know the release date of this DVD...i also read that it will be a 3 disc sets...is that corracte? i dont know the concepto of the documentary..will be something like From The Vault's Shawn Michales? I liked that format...the only thing its the Main Menu Interface...its Horrible!
Cant wait for this dvd!
There's no man in Earth strong enough to hold a Wagner Drive!!
This could be a six-disc set, and there STILL wouldn't be enough room to hold all of Flair's greatest matches.
"When this bogus term alternative rock was being thrown at every '70s retro rehash folk group, we were challenging people to new sonic ideas. If some little snotty anarchist with an Apple Mac and an attitude thinks he invented dance music and the big rock group is coming into his territory, [that's] ridiculous." - Bono, 1997
Originally posted by dr wagner jrDo you know the release date of this DVD...i also read that it will be a 3 disc sets...is that corracte? i dont know the concepto of the documentary..will be something like From The Vault's Shawn Michales? I liked that format...the only thing its the Main Menu Interface...its Horrible!
Cant wait for this dvd!
Yes it will be 3 "WHOOO" disc!
Plus for a little more info, total credit to 1W part of High Spots, it will be "10+ hours" and here seems to be the front DVD pic:
(edited by XPacArmy on 3.10.03 1716) Homer Simpson: If they can send a man to the moon, why can't they make my shoes smell good?
Originally posted by Dexley's Midnight JoggerI had always thought that WWE only owned WCW footage from when it was named "WCW" by Ted Turner, and not the previous stuff (being the NWA). Am I incorrect?
I think they have everything from when Turner first bought out Crockett, which slightly predates the WCW name (as the organization's name, though the TV shows were still World Championship Wrestling at the time). Only evidence of that I have is they've shown footage of Flair-Garvin, which (if memory serves me correct) happened right after Turner bought the promotion. It wasn't officially "WCW" until the Sting-Black Scorpion cage match several years later.
Goldberg tells all in a tell-all interview where he tells all!!! Tons of news about Triple HHH!!! All this plus the ONLY wrestling cartoon anywhere in the latest Inside The Ropes!!!
This show featured some stunning moments. Quinton "Rampage" Jackson KO'd Ricardo Arona with a vicious powerbomb. Arona locked Jackson into a triangle, and Jackson just lifted him up and drilled him with a powerbomb.