This is great! I've been waiting on something like this for a while. I really hope they have his superkick of Bret Hart in the wheelchair ("Even you wouldn't hit an invalid, would you Shawn?) Oh yeah and all them great matches too.
"i dont know what it is or what it could be but i get a woody when these pussies try to push me thinkin they gonna put me in a position to pickle me y'all tickle me pink i think i'd just rather have Pink Tickle Me" Biggie, 50 Cent, Eminem "The Realest" (RemiX)
Ladder Match I & II Iron Man Match Michaels v. Foley at Mind Games Michaels v. Vader at Summerslam Michaels v. Nash at Good Friends, Better Enemies Michaels v. Sid Rockers v. Orient Express at Royal Rumble Michaels v. Jannetty on Raw
Yes! I just got Cheap Pops and My Yard. Both good DVDs, but they needed another disc just for the matches. Since Mind Games, Survivor Series 97 and Bad Blood are out on DVDs. I don't if that would exclude them are not. Here is what I think will go in.
Royal Rumble 93 or 94-Where he want from 1 to 30. Ladder Match from WM X- A must have. Iron Man Match WM- HBK's personal favorite even though you need two Red Bulls to get through it. HBK vs. Diesel WM- Good match. HBK vs. Taker Royal Rumble- Where he took the so-called career ending bump. HBK vs. Austin WM XIV- Great match and paved the way for Austin's career. Shawn should get some credit for that and working through the match. HBK vs. HHH SummerSlam- Great Match made me believe. HBK vs. Jericho- Best match at Wresltemania this year. HBK vs. Jannetty- Just a good match to end their historic fued.
I am sure there will be some good DX and verbal bjs all around by HHH, Nash, Patterson, Taker and number one fanboy Jericho.
They ought to put the Michaels-Flair match on there. It was too short to be great, but it was as good as a 12 or so minute match can possibly be. Also, I'd love it if they put the HBK-Bret ladder match on there.
Other matches: Shawn/Austin vs. Owen/Bulldog Shawn vs. Steve Austin (KOTR) Shawn vs. Jeff Jarrett
If I had my way, it'd just be all his matches with Bret Hart. Tag matches, ladder match, Survivor Series '92, the Iron-Man match, Survivor Series '97. I always felt that this was one of wrestling's classic feuds.
I really do hope this paves the way for other `Best of' Collections, especially now that they have the WCW and are getting the ECW tape libraries. The Hulk Rules DVD... well, ruled, and I really want to see what they can do with Michaels. Other ones I'd love to see are Bret Hart, Chris Benoit, Ric Flair and Rob Van Dam (there would easily be enough fan interest to do these) and I can see them also doing ones for Kevin Nash and Goldberg down the road...
"Vince, as a member of the immediate family....I know you can only have one question on you mind, Dad. And that is...not DID we, but HOW MANY TIMES did we consumate the marriage?"- HHH, 1999
Originally posted by CANADIAN BULLDOGI really do hope this paves the way for other `Best of' Collections, especially now that they have the WCW and are getting the ECW tape libraries. The Hulk Rules DVD... well, ruled, and I really want to see what they can do with Michaels. Other ones I'd love to see are Bret Hart, Chris Benoit, Ric Flair and Rob Van Dam (there would easily be enough fan interest to do these) and I can see them also doing ones for Kevin Nash and Goldberg down the road...
According to Amazon, the DVD is titled "WWE From the Vault: Shawn Michaels". This would hopefully mean that they're starting a series of "From the Vault" titles.
LET ME HOLLA AT YA PLAYA!I can see where releasing Shawn Michaels' DVD first would be the easiest for the editing crew, and probably the easiest on the fans' eyes. Like Hulk Hogan before him, Michael has only a few matches/segments with the WWF scratch logo all around to blur out.
I was just also wondering about the famous Rocker/Hart Foundation phantom title win. That match is one true gem I would like to see the WWE dig that one out and throw it on the DVD. Most likely not, but it's a nice thought.
Damn, another good guy dead. I've only seen snatches of his in-ring work, but he appearing on a documentary over here called Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends, where the host investigated the American obsession with wrestling.