REVEALED: The FULL Content Listing for WWE’s ‘Unreleased 1986-1995’ DVD – 45 Unseen Matches!

June 15, 2017 by Daniel Bee

WWE 'UNRELEASED 1986-1995' DVD - Full Content, Never Before Seen Matches!

What will we witness for the first time ever in the WWE UNRELEASED 1986-1995 DVD? — It’s time to find out!!

Following yesterday’s cover artwork reveal, WWE Home Video UK have just let loose the complete content listing in anticipation of the 3-disc collection hitting stores this September.

The “WWE Unreleased 1986-1995” DVD is set to feature no less than a colossal 45 completely new and never-before-seen matches, and an exclusive never-aired Piper’s Pit!

WWE will unearth previously unseen footage from the vault, including: multiple Andre the Giant matches, Ric Flair vs. Hulk Hogan, Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart teaming up, Randy Savage and Hulk Hogan doing the same, Taz’s WWE “tryout”, a rare moment where Hogan saved HBK from a beat-down, along with loads of hidden gems involving The Undertaker, Owen Hart, Dusty Rhodes, Rick Rude and more; all of which you’ll find listed disc-by-disc right here, right now…

WWE 'UNRELEASED 1986-1995' DVD - Official Box Art

 
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DISC 1

Seeing is Believing

The Assignment

Big John Studd, King Kong Bundy & Bobby “The Brain” Heenan vs. The Machines (Big Machine, Super Machine & Hulk [Hogan] Machine)
Baltimore, MD • September 16, 1986

Macho Man Randy Savage vs. Pedro Morales
Binghamton, NY • October 28, 1986

Hulk Hogan & “Rowdy” Roddy Piper vs. Paul Orndorff & Harley Race
Phoenix, AZ • December 9, 1986

The Dingo Warrior vs. Jose Estrada
Indianapolis, IN • June 23, 1987

The Handshake

Handicap Match
Hulk Hogan & “Macho Man” Randy Savage vs. The Honky Tonk Man & The Hart Foundation (Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart)
Huntsville, AL • January 5, 1988

Owen Hart vs. Barry Horowitz
Bristol, TN • March 8, 1988

WWE Championship Match
“Macho Man” Randy Savage vs. Andre the Giant
New Haven, CT • April 21, 1988

WWE Tag Team Championship Match
Demolition vs. The Powers of Pain
Glenn Falls, NY • June 21, 1988

WrestleMania V Fallout

Andre the Giant vs. Big John Studd
Glenn Falls, NY • April 4, 1989

“Macho Man” Randy Savage vs. The Ultimate Warrior
Glenn Falls, NY • April 4, 1989

Dusty Rhodes vs. “Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase
Madison, WI • June 6, 1989

Hillbilly Jim & King Duggan vs. Haku & Andre the Giant
Utica, NY • July 19, 1989

Tryouts

Brian (Crush) Adams vs. Barry Horowitz
Fresno, CA • August 9, 1989

Earthquake Evans vs. Paul Roma
Louisville, KY • September 20, 1989

The Rockers vs. Powers of Pain
Miami, FL • January 22, 1990

WWE Tag Team Championship Match
Andre the Giant & Haku vs. Demolition
Ft. Myers, FL • January 23, 1990

WWE Intercontinental Championship
The Ultimate Warrior vs. “Macho King” Randy Savage
Ft. Myers, FL • January 23, 1990

WWE 'Unreleased 1986-1995' DVD Content - Randy Savage vs. The Ultimate Warrior

 

DISC 2

An Aftershock on Hulkamania

Hulk Hogan vs. Earthquake
Syracuse, NY • April 3, 1990

“Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase vs. The Big Boss Man
Syracuse, NY • April 3, 1990

Mr. Perfect & Ravishing Rick Rude vs. The Ultimate Warrior & Texas Tornado
Providence, RI • August 8, 1990

The Legion of Doom vs. Demolition
Ft. Wayne, IN • October 30, 1990

War Eagle (Tatanka) vs. Dale Wolfe
January 8, 1991

Yes. He is a Model

Blindfold Match
Rick “The Model” Martel vs. Jake “The Snake” Roberts
Savannah, GA • January 29, 1991

Sid Justice vs. “Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase
Calgary, AB • July 8, 1991

Casket Match
The Ultimate Warrior vs. The Undertaker
Rochester, NY • August 19, 1991

Ric Flair vs. “Rowdy” Roddy Piper
Huntington, WV • October 1, 1991

Who is Mr. Madness?

Jake “The Snake” Roberts vs. Mr. Madness (“Macho Man” Randy Savage)
Springfield, MA • November 12, 1991

WWE Championship
Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair
Springfield, MA • November 12, 1991

Piper’s Pit with The Brooklyn Brawler
Toledo, OH • April 7, 1992

Bret “Hit Man” Hart vs. The British Bulldog
Binghamton, NY • June 30, 1992

Bret “Hit Man” Hart & The Ultimate Warrior vs. Papa Shango & Kamala
Regina, SK • October 13, 1992

The Undertaker vs. Bam Bam Bigelow
Fresno, CA • January 26, 1993

Radical Dudes

The Toxic Turtles (Timmy & Tommy Turtle) vs. Tommy Stevenson & Ron Preston
Augusta, GA • March 9, 1993

WWE 'Unreleased 1986-1995' DVD Content - Sid Justice vs. Ted DiBiase

 

DISC 3

Double Down on the Deadman

The Undertaker vs. Giant Gonzalez
Phoenix, AZ • April 5, 1993

Kip Winchester & Brett Colt (The Smoking Gunns) vs. Barry Horowitz & Reno Riggins
Phoenix, AZ • April 5, 1993

Intercontinental Championship Match
Shawn Michaels vs. Mr. Perfect
Tucson, AZ • April 6, 1993

The Tazmaniac vs. Skippy Taylor (Scott Taylor)
Portland, ME • May 5, 1993

Bret “Hit Man” Hart vs. Yokozuna
Portland, ME • May 5, 1993

Hulk Hogan & Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake vs. Money Inc.
Guest Referee: Sgt. Slaughter
Columbus, OH • June 14, 1993

Lex Luger vs. Ludvig Borga
Burlington, VT • October 20, 1993

“Macho Man” Randy Savage vs. Crush
White Plains, NY • February 1, 1994

WWE Championship Match
Bret “Hit Man” Hart vs. Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart
Montreal, QC • October 21, 1994

Climbing Unseen Heights

Ladder Match for the Intercontinental Championship
Jeff Jarrett vs. The British Bulldog
Danbury, CT • May 16, 1995

Ladder Match for the Intercontinental Championship
Jeff Jarrett vs. Razor Ramon
Struthers, OH • June 5, 1995

Strange Bedfellows

Shawn Michaels & Bret “Hit Man” Hart vs. Jerry “The King” Lawler & Hakushi
St. Louis, MO • July 26, 1995

Steel Cage Match for the WWE Championship
Diesel vs. Yokozuna
St. Louis, MO • July 26, 1995

What A Day!

WWE 'Unreleased 1986-1995' DVD Content - Rare Undertaker Matches!

 
Grab your copy of the new “WWE UNRELEASED 1986-1995” DVD on…

 
UK/Europe: September 4th. Pre-order the Unreleased DVD right now here on Amazon.co.uk.

United States: September 5th. Pre-order the Unreleased DVD soon here on Amazon.com.

Australia: TBA. Look out for announcements on the Unreleased DVD at Madman.com.au.

 




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188 Comments on "REVEALED: The FULL Content Listing for WWE’s ‘Unreleased 1986-1995’ DVD – 45 Unseen Matches!"

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Andy Ace R
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Andy Ace R

Not complaining at all bcuz I totally love the match selection except for the squash matches but if they had included Hogan vs Jake from Providence in 86,Savage vs Taker from 91, Warrior vs Flair from 92, it would’ve been great. Hopefully there’ll be a Volume 2 in the future so we can get more unreleased content. Can’t wait for this set to come out.

BigM
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BigM

I was hoping to see the elimination match

Men On Mission, Kama, and Psycho Sid vs. Lex Luger, HBK, Razor, and Taker

Guest
Guest
Guest

Can’t wait to buy this. The ladder matches, bret hart and bulldog match. Oh yeah. I hope this sells great so wwe releases another. Still hoping we get a release on Smokey Mountain Wrestling one day though.

dxd
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dxd

So the Warrior Rude match on the extras looks like it is from a random houseshow (not a tv taping?). Interesting…

RCS1988
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RCS1988

They might be off on some dates.

Wrestling Fan
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Wrestling Fan

I love how people are saying “oh they forgot to include this match” as if they know those matches exist and WWE just thought “nah we’re not putting this on it”. They’re all dark matches! No one knows what they have cause no one has seen them! Get the concept?

LP1
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LP1

But people DO know they exist. They’re not just coming up with random matches that they hope exist. The matches people are naming all happened at TV tapings, just like the ones on this set. Now granted you can’t include everything on one set, so hopefully there will be several more of these types of releases.

Wrestling Fan
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Wrestling Fan

But how is anyone for sure they have them? You can read ring results all you want, but it doesn’t mean the cameras kept rolling all night

LP1
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LP1

It’s pretty common knowledge that on TV taping nights WWE records everything. That’s been their regular procedure going back decades. Is it possible they didn’t record every single last match? Maybe, but not likely.

Wrestling Fan
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Wrestling Fan

How long have you worked for WWE?

RabidHeat
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RabidHeat

As he said, it’s what’s called “common knowledge”. That means over the years, people who work for WWE have made it known, whether via shoot interviews, word of mouth etc. Therefore you don’t have to work for WWE to know that they do this. It’s not LP1’s fault that you have never come across this information before.

whutwhut
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whutwhut

it’s also why a release like “Best of Raw: After the Show” can even exist in the first place.

LP1
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LP1

Also I’ve been to a ton of TV tapings going back from the 80’s until today and there’s always cameras rolling for everything. From the opening dark match until the final match of the night. I can’t remember a TV taping where there wasn’t a camera man at ringside for any match. Now does that mean they recorded every match ever at these tapings? Possibly not, bust likely yes.

LP1
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LP1

*but likely yes

Wrestling Fan
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Wrestling Fan

Do you two room together in Stamford and drive to work every day together? Sounds like a sweet gig!

RabidHeat
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RabidHeat

Yes, yes we do. That’s exactly it.

LP1
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LP1

Rabidheat, don’t even bother responding to this guy. I’m trying to have a logical conversation and they respond with ignorant comments.

Wrestling Fan
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Wrestling Fan

Logical conversation? I say “how can you be so sure they have the matches?” and you say “because they do, I’ve seen cameras at the events I went to” That doesn’t sound logical to me, that sounds like you’re guessing. You come off as a know it all and it’s annoying

LP1
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LP1

Other people make points that back up what I’m saying and you start in with rooming together and driving to work together. Those are ignorant comments.

Mike Poulin
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Mike Poulin

Join the discussion

Mike Poulin
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Mike Poulin

Also that a lot of the dark matches in the 80’s and 90’s ended up on TV or video

RabidHeat
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RabidHeat

LP1 offers an eye witness account of general WWE practice and that isn’t enough to convince you, so you carry on like a spoiled little child. You’re a bizarre excuse for a “Wrestling Fan”.

Wrestling Fan
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Wrestling Fan

HA! An eye witness account! He saw someone hold a camera once so it must be hidden in the tape archives in stamford. Give me a break. He’s a pompous jerk and you all know it

RabidHeat
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RabidHeat

Stop mentioning “Stamford”. Okay, very clever – you know where WWE Headquarters is. Grow up. Secondly, have you not noticed that parts where LP1 agrees chat it’s “possible” that not everything was recorded? Therefore he is NOT saying the tapes “must” be in the archives, is he? So how is he pompous? You tool.

RabidHeat
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RabidHeat

I love how he couldn’t answer this.

Daniel Wissert
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Daniel Wissert

Warrior, Warrior, Warrior!
Always Believe!

Patrick Dailey
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Patrick Dailey

Yes, Flair-Hogan!!! They showed clips from this match on the second Flair DVD set. 14:52 was about as long as they went during their series of matches between October ’91 and March ’92. So, it might be a good one!!!

Wanted the Brainbusters-Rockers match from Ontario in Jan. ’89, but maybe that’ll be released on another set like this in the future.

Steven Jackson
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Steven Jackson

A really fun and interesting concept for a DVD set. I am intrigued by a lot of these matches and the amount of content is staggering!

I am eagerly anticipating an in-depth review of this one in the coming months 🙂

Roland Smitts
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Roland Smitts

Looking up a few of the tapings from where these matches are listed from, I noticed Savage vs Morales does not come up in results from Binghamton 10/86. This would be taping where Savage attacked Steamboat with the ring bell. So unless the online source just overlooked it, I’m not sure where exactly the Savage-Morales match comes from (it’s not MSG, that definitely aired).

RCS1988
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RCS1988

If you looked at Graham’s site, some of the TV tapings are incomplete. There are a lot of TV tapings on that site that are incomplete, so no one know other matches happened at those.

Kristina Hayes
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Kristina Hayes

They left out August 26, 1994 in Des Moines, Iowa. 3 days before the undertaker returned at Sumerslam on August 29th, he beat Yokozuna in a casket match. Ted Dibiase and his fake undertaker originally came out to wrestle the match but then Paul Bearer brought a casket out with the real undertaker inside and Ted Dibiase and the imposter ran away. I would love to watch this entire thing play itself out on a DVD someday.

ILoveRepeats
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ILoveRepeats

Decent list. I would have loved to see the following:

WrestleMania 10 – Shawn Michaels vs. Razor Ramon

RabidHeat
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RabidHeat

Lol, you put that across in a funny way, I’ll give you that. Even though you are the name-changing troll that nobody likes.

Donald
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Donald

Amazing list, will be picking this one up. People should quit knocking the list, if there’s a match you want to see, just view it on the network or find it online…

RabidHeat
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RabidHeat

#everyonesentitledtotheiropinion

Joe Young
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Joe Young

Should’ve included:

Hogan Vs. Roberts

Savage Vs. Undertaker

brandon vendetta
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brandon vendetta

I wanted to see these matches also. Especially Hogan vs Roberts. Maybe there was no camera rolling for that one which really is disappointing if that’s the case cause I’ve been wanting to see a Hogan vs Roberts match for about 30 years. Their feud was very brief and they only had a few matches together.

ILoveRepeats
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ILoveRepeats

Well it didn’t. What are you going to do about it?

whut2
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whut2

*pete rose voice*

ILovePeteRose
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ILovePeteRose

How bout it!

donny m
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donny m

This Dvd looks fantastic but there are some matches missing that I would have loved to see:
Kamala/vs/King Kong Buddy, Ricky Steamboat/vs/Ted Dibiase,Hulk Hogan and Bruno Sammartino/vs/One Man Gang and King Kong Buddy,Randy Savage/vs/Ricky Steamboat(cage),Roddy Piper/vs/Adrian Adonis(Andre The Giant special ref)

Mr Nash
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Mr Nash
Hope also that all the unseen King of the Ring events will be completely released on DVD and Blu-Ray. Matchlist looks great, but I was really hoping to see these awesome matches: -Jake the Snake Roberts VS Hulk Hogan -Randy MachoMan Savage VS Mr Wonderful Paul Orndorff -Randy Savage & Hercules VS Billy Jack Haynes & Ricky Steamboat -Randy Savage, Hercules & Butch Reed VS Billy Jack Haynes, Ricky Steamboat & Tito Santana in an Elimination match!!! -Hercules & Andre the Giant VS Hulk Hogan & Ken Patera -Hercules & Killer Khan VS Billy Jack Haynes & Ken Patera -Hercules… Read more »
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