Official Details on Bret Hart’s 2013 “Dungeon Collection” WWE DVD

December 7, 2012 by Mark D

WWE Bret Hart - The Dungeon Collection DVD & Blu-ray

The official synopsis for Bret Hart’s Dungeon Collection has been released. Plus as first revealed on the 2013 WWE Home Video Schedule, we can confirm Bret “Hit Man” Hart: The Dungeon Collection will hit stores in the United States on DVD and Blu-ray on March 5, 2013.

For nearly 30 years, Bret “Hit Man” Hart travelled the globe proving he was “The Best There Is, The Best There Was, and the Best There Ever Will Be”. From his roots in his family’s own Stampede Wrestling, to the bright lights of WWE, WCW, and his watershed return to the ring in 2010, no Superstar could match his unmistakable presence in the ring. Known as the “Excellence of Execution”, he is widely regarded as the greatest technical wrestler of all time, evidenced by multiple reigns with the Tag Team, Intercontinental, WWE and World Heavyweight Championships. Now in this collection, compiled by the Hit Man himself, fans can experience Bret Hart’s best matches never-before-released on DVD. Bret takes the viewer behind each match in a brand new, revealing interview detailing the inside stories surrounding these rare matches. Over 8 hours of in-ring action is presented, including classics from the Stampede Wrestling vault as well as vintage WWE bouts against the top stars of the 80s and 90s.

WWE Bret Hit Man Hart - Dungeon Collection DVD - March 5 2013Bret “Hit Man” Hart: The Dungeon Collection [3 Disc DVD]

  • Catalogue Code: WWE95134
  • UPC: 651191951345

Bret “Hit Man” Hart: The Dungeon Collection [2 Disc Blu-ray]

  • Catalogue Code: WWE95135
  • UPC: 651191951352

WWE Elimination Chamber PPV 2013 DVDWe can also confirm that the 2013 WWE Elimination Chamber PPV will be released on DVD in the United States on March 19, 2013.

WWE Elimination Chamber 2013 [DVD]

  • Catalogue Code: WWE95135
  • UPC: 651191951369

 




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63 Comments on "Official Details on Bret Hart’s 2013 “Dungeon Collection” WWE DVD"

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Lemo
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Lemo
3 years 8 months ago
Bret had some fantastic matches in WCW: He had a great wrestling match against Booker T from Nitro Feb 1999 Also he gave Lex Luger one of his best matches ever in Nitro 1998. His match against Flair from Souled Out 98 is excellent. Believe or not Bret & Benoit had even better match than thier famouc Owen tribute match which was on Nitro on march 1999. Bret had some sweet short Nitro matches from late 1999 against Kidman , Saturn & Jeff Jarrett , you have to check how great shape Bret was in his last days of wredtling… Read more »
warresg
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warresg
3 years 8 months ago

the tribute match was better…imo…at least no outside interference.

Lemo
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Lemo
3 years 8 months ago

The only problem with the Nitro match from March is it didn’t have a finish, otherwise the 20 minutes action were pure awesomenesd

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Harry Faversham
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Harry Faversham
3 years 8 months ago
To Whom It May Concern, I have a couple of queries. If anyone can shed any light on them I’d be grateful. Firstly, Bret Hart vs. Hulk Hogan. I know their match from Nitro in 1998 is on the Hulk Hogan Unreleased set, but they wrestled at a WCW house show in 1999. Does anyone know if this was filmed and we might get to see it one day? Secondly, Bret Hart vs. Terry Funk from Terry Funk’s Wrestlefest.You may have seen it in ‘Beyond The Mat’. I’ve asked this before and no one responded, but does anyone know if… Read more »
Mark D
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3 years 8 months ago
I believe (99.9% sure) that Terry Funk’s WrestleFest is part of the WWE Library. I recall a few brief clips on the Bret Hart documentary plus I think it has appeared on Classics on Demand. In regard to the Bret/Hogan question. I’m not too sure, however if it was a house show I’d say its unlikely that footage exsists (certainly not impossible tho). **UPDATE** It looks like Hulk Hogan and Bret Hart met at least twice in 1999. On both occasions the match was a no contest. The first match happened on August 20 in San Francisco, CA, the second… Read more »
Harry Faversham
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Harry Faversham
3 years 8 months ago
OK thanks. I remember in 2000 I got a wrestling computer game guide that came free with a magazine or something and I found it quite puzzling because it had pictures of Bret putting the sharpshooter on a pair of yellow boots with red knee pads which I thought must have been Hogan, but trying to figure out when the hell that would have happened was annoying. I think this is it here http://www.amazon.com/Hardcore-Wrestling-Unauthorized-Ultimate-Strategy/dp/078212691X and it might even have had a picture of Bret clotheslining Hogan on the back cover but I’m not sure. But anyway, the images always made… Read more »
Harry Faversham
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Harry Faversham
3 years 8 months ago

Here is a nice picture of the August 20th 1999 match from the Cow Palace in San Francisco, if anyone is interested.

http://www.sfgate.com/news/slideshow/Cow-Palace-50496.php#photo-3574730

PoffosPal
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PoffosPal
3 years 8 months ago

I saw Hogan v Hart in LA at the great western forum in the summer of 99. It was untelevised. Hart had been gone since Owen’s death and was not advertised but was brought in as a special attraction because Savage started no showing events. I remember it was right after Hogan returned to the red & yellow and he and Hart both wrestled as faces. I believe it ended in a no contest due to interference by Sid and/or Nash.

Canada's Voice
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Canada's Voice
3 years 8 months ago
Speaking as a Canadian, I think this could be great if they do it right and include stuff up to 1992, as well as between 1996 and 2000. The rest of his career (like his WWF title run) is a case of BEEN THERE, DONE THAT. If you’ve seen one of the Hart Foundation matches or a match when he was WWF champion, you’ve seen them all. They’re overexposed and all of it seems too similar which I think is the reason people fear this will be a copy of the prior set. Looking forward to seeing the match list… Read more »
SRB
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SRB
3 years 8 months ago

Speaking as a Lithoanian and sometimes a Cambodian because I get confused, I’d like to see a lot of WCW stuff that can really showcase the struggle Bret had as WCW was more of a force than a choice. But hey, that’s just coming from a German from Russia. Welcome to Istanbul.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 8 months ago
YES! We really should feel sorry for bert and his struggle. Poor guy had to take millions of dollars off Uncle Ted’s hands all because WCW believed they could buy up all the talent and run McMahon out of business. But bret really had it hard having to work about 40 days a year. We all should feel sorry for him and be more understanding of his lackluster WCW performances. It’s so understandable that a guy who got paid millions would just half-ass it because, after all, WCW was forced on him. He had no choice but to sign. Then… Read more »
Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 8 months ago

You’re a worthless f***ing dipsh*t. Go be a hater on a wrestler that actually deserves it. Bret legitimately is the best there ever will be.

Ryan
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Ryan
3 years 8 months ago

Can’t wait. At least I know of one dvd purchase for 2013 now.

Hitman-2222
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Hitman-2222
3 years 8 months ago

Poor guy !!!
Did bret fucked your sister or something to hate him that much ?!
& BTW bret made more money than any wrestler of his generation .. Only if you believe undertaker or Shawn are wrestlers with no personality lol

Straightedge47
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Straightedge47
3 years 8 months ago

Well that’s a perfectly normal response….

Hitman-2222
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Hitman-2222
3 years 8 months ago

Why ?!
.. You got a problem with it .

Daniel Almeida
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Daniel Almeida
3 years 8 months ago

Bret Hart the real best in the world,not CM Punk!

Nate
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Nate
3 years 8 months ago

Never understood why so many people waste their time commenting on a guy they don’t care for. Don’t like, don’t buy it. My guess is this will sell pretty well among the hard core wrestling fans (even those who don’t watch the current WWE product).

My hope is they include the Razor Ramon match from KOTR 93, since that’s the only Bret match from the tournament that hasn’t been released. Would also love to see some classic Hart Foundation matches from 88-91 and the PPV match with Flair from early 98. (Slamboree I think).

NickP
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NickP
3 years 8 months ago

Bret vs Flair would be cool, since they only had 2 televised one on one matches.. The WCW match happened at Souled Out 1998

Charlie F
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Charlie F
3 years 8 months ago

I can’t wait for this! Before DVD’s were popular I created 2 6 hour tapes of Bret matches….lets hope there are a bunch on here that I didn’t have!

Lemo
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Lemo
3 years 8 months ago

Really can’t wait for this. Should be a great dvd. If only i had a dollar each time a commentator said what great match during Bret Hart matches i would have been millionare by now.

Mr Z
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Mr Z
3 years 8 months ago

I don’t understand the hostility toward this DVD. If you never liked Bret then by all means, don’t buy it. I’m looking forward to this myself, I always enjoyed watching Bret.

The description clearly states “Bret Hart’s best matches never-before-released on DVD.” So of course the anthology sets count as already released. We may get some In Your House matches since those were never released in the US.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 8 months ago

Don’t get the hostility either. Some comments aren’t even directed towards the hostility. They’re just cheap shots. SMH. Anyway, I am also looking forward to this. Even if they can’t have any PPV matches (since all of them have been released in Europe at some point), we should get some cool house show, MSG and tv matches.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 8 months ago

That’s what I assumed the deal was. I just wondered if it was changed because title no longer says “unreleased” but I suppose the title was tentative anyways. So I guess this is going to be just like Hogans unreleased set — TV, house shows, Coliseum videos, and no big 4 PPV stuff as that has been on anthologies already.

LP1
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LP1
3 years 8 months ago

It clearly says in the description “Now in this collection, compiled by the Hit Man himself, fans can experience Bret Hart’s best matches never-before-released on DVD.”

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 8 months ago

There are still some PPV matches we could get. Nothing from the big 4 since they have had anthologies, but we could get the match vs Diesel from KOTR 94 and some good IYH matches:

vs Jean Pierre Lafitte IYH 3
vs Diesel IYH 6 (cage)
vs Sid IYH: Its Time
Fatal Four Way from IYH: Fatal Four
vs Austin from IYH: Revenge of the Taker
vs Patriot from IYH: Ground Zero
w/Bulldog vs Patriot and Vader (flag match) from IYH: Badd Blood

So there still are a lot of unreleased PPV matches. And that’s just the tip of the iceburg…doesn’t even mention WCW PPVs.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 8 months ago

These ppv’s are all available on Tagged Classics

Dave
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Dave
3 years 8 months ago

Technically Silver Vision was releasing Tagged Classics, not WWE.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 8 months ago

Looks like a set to get strictly for the Austin matches. This begs the question, why not just have made an Austin Unreleased Collection? It would probably get triple the sales and it would actually be outstanding from beginning to end featuring unique matches with varied opponents and styles as well as something this surely cannot have: great promos.

Hopefully an Austin Unreleased set is soon to come. We also need one for guys like Flair, Michaels, Steamboat, Triple H, Undertaker, etc.

Hitman-2222
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Hitman-2222
3 years 8 months ago

No one see Austin for his matches but for his promos & his attitude era moments .

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 8 months ago

Austin Unreleased is probably coming. WWE seems to start with a complation of best matches, then a documentary, then unreleased matches. Austin’s DVD sold well and Attitude Era stuff is big right now, so I can’t see why it wouldn’t happen. Even though Austin didn’t wrestle in the televised house show/coliseum video era, he did wrestle in the monday night wars which is arugably even bigger in terms of wrestling frequently when camera were filming.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 8 months ago

I wonder if PPVs from Anthology sets count as “unreleased”. They did for Hogan’s Unreleased DVD but this has a different title. What this could be is just a bunch of matches that weren’t on all the other Hart DVDs. For instance, Hart vs Sting from Halloween Havoc 98 was on Greatest Stars of the 90s. If its on here then its not truly unreleased. The name change could mean that it is not truly “unreleased” as planned.

LP1
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LP1
3 years 8 months ago

If you read the description(which it appears most people in this thread did not) it says “Now in this collection, compiled by the Hit Man himself, fans can experience Bret Hart’s best matches never-before-released on DVD.”

DelWilks
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DelWilks
3 years 8 months ago

There will be WCW matches…. You guys are taking that last line in the description too literally. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Savage v Hart from Slamboree on there… Altho not a classic, Bret has gone on record many times about his admiration for Randy personally and professionally, so he might see fit to stick that on there, as it may be their only 1 on 1 televised bout (aside of SNME 87).

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 8 months ago
In other words, new set with a new name, yet a complete repeat in pretty much every other way complete with rehashing your same old tired petty jealousies and real-life feuds. The only good news is that this set will highlight just how repetitive he was as a wrestler and how boring and often irritating he was as a personality. And, let’s not forget it’ll showcase what a mark he continues to be for his own career. Good job Bret! Just when we have a glimmer of hope that you’ve matured, you prove us right in thinking that just like… Read more »
Hitman-2222
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Hitman-2222
3 years 8 months ago

Just shut up and don’t buy it

LP1
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LP1
3 years 8 months ago

@anonymous: “In other words, new set with a new name, yet a complete repeat in pretty much every other way complete with rehashing your same old tired petty jealousies and real-life feuds.”

What are you talking about by repeat? It says that all the matches will be never-before-released matches.

HITCH66
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HITCH66
3 years 8 months ago
At his lowest point in hospital, after the stroke he had guys like Flair and Hogan bashing him, so if they are in anyway snubbed then that’s fine with me. I just hope they include the summerslam 93 match with Hogan. Oh wait, he bottled it and wouldn’t do the right thing. The time i first realised wrestling was a work was when Flair took an upsidedown tunbuckle! Flair match= chop, upsidedown turnbuckle, top rope gorilla pressed, chops, figurefour. Bret match= fist to gut, russian leg sweep, backbreaker, atomic elbow, superplex, headbut to gut, back suplex, small package, oklahoma roll,… Read more »
Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 8 months ago
First, I don’t blame Hogan for supposedly (never confirmed) refusing to work with him. Hart was NEVER at his level and Hogan’s refusal only proves it. Why? If Hart was anywhere near Hogan’s level, he would have gladly wanted to work with him because Hogan always wanted to work with and defeat every top guy PLUS make the top money. A Hart feud would have meant nothing in terms of money because Hart couldn’t draw! More typical non-sense spewed by Hart apologists: “At his lowest point in hospital, after the stroke he had guys like Flair and Hogan bashing him”… Read more »
HITCH66
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HITCH66
3 years 8 months ago
In 93 Bret was getting better reations to Hogan and house show numbers went down when Hulk returned. Perhaps Bret was would have been even bigger if Hogan had put him over. i’ve seen the promo pics for Summerslam with Bret and Hogan face to face but Hogan was afraid of being booed… “Hart couldn’t draw,” He did. It was tough taking over from Hogan who was a huge mega star and during the steroid stuff going on at the time. No one was doing that well in that time frame but wwf only began loosing in the ratings post… Read more »
Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 8 months ago

Those “boring interviews” are exactly why I liked Bret. As an introvert, I could never relate to the guys that did “typical wrestling interviews” because they sounded like idiots.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 8 months ago
I wonder how many matches this will have. Best of Nitro had 33 matches, and if you could the angles and interviews as “matches” (assuming this set is only matches, not interviews or angles) it had 50. That set also didn’t have a blu-ray. The Attitude Era DVD had 48 segments (26 matches, 22 angles), 4 DVD exclusives (2 matches, 2 angles), and the blu-ray had 7 matches and 2 angles as exclusives for the blu-ray. So depending on the length of the matches chosen we could have up to 60 matches assuming Bret doesn’t talk too much and doesn’t… Read more »
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