Full Match Listing for WWE Falls Count Anywhere DVD & Blu-ray

June 8, 2012 by Daniel Bee

At long last the WWE Falls Count Anywhere DVD and Blu-ray match listing has arrived! The full content comes to us courtesy of Shock Entertainment. [Get yours now]

WWE Falls Count Anywhere DVD

Disc 1
 

The Names May Vary

Alley Fight
Pat Patterson vs. Sgt. Slaughter
Madison Square Garden 1981

Atlanta Street Fight
Jimmy Valiant & Ms. Atlanta Lively vs. Midnight Express
Starrcade 1985

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Street Fight for the NWA Tag Team Championship
Doom vs. Barry Windham & Arn Anderson
Starrcade 1990

A Fresh Face

Falls Count Anywhere Match
Sting vs. Cactus Jack
Beach Blast 1992

Falls Count Anywhere Match
Randy “Macho Man” Savage vs. Crush
WrestleMania X 1994

Windy City Mayhem

Chicago Street Fight
Booker T & Sting Vs. The Road Warriors
Uncensored 1996

Chicago Street Fight
Ahmed Johnson & The Legion Of Doom vs. Faarooq, Savio Vega, & Crush
WrestleMania 13 1997

Street Fight
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Bret “Hit Man” Hart
Raw 1997


Disc 2
 

Multiple Personalities

Falls Count Anywhere Match
Cactus Jack vs. Triple H
Raw 1997

Falls Count Anywhere Death Match
Tazz Vs. Bam Bam Bigelow
Heat Wave – August 2, 1998

A Brand New Title

Hardcore Championship Match
Al Snow vs. Hardcore Holly
St. Valentine’s Day Massacre – February 14, 1999

Fully Loaded Strap Match
The Rock vs. Triple H
Fully Loaded – July 25, 1999

Love Her Or Leave Her Greenwich Street Fight
Test vs. Shane McMahon
SummerSlam – August 22, 1999

Dictators On A Power Trip

WWE Championship Match
Big Show vs. Kane – Raw
December 20, 1999

Hardcore Championship Match
Crash Holly vs. The Headbangers
SmackDown – March 16, 2000

Street Fight
Mr. McMahon Vs. Shane McMahon
Raw – October 29, 2001

Street Fight
Mr. McMahon vs. Ric Flair
Royal Rumble – January 20, 2002


Disc 3
 

Greatest Comeback Story

Unsanctioned Street Fight
Shawn Michaels vs. Triple H
SummerSlam – August 25, 2002

Street Fight For The World Heavyweight Championship
Triple H vs. Kevin Nash
Insurrextion – June 7, 2003

Inside The Divas’ Locker Room

Falls Count Anywhere Match for the WWE Women’s Championship
Melina vs. Mickie James
Raw – March 5, 2007

Street Fight
Triple H vs. Umaga
Cyber Sunday – October 28, 2007

Street Fight
John Cena vs. Umaga
Raw – June 16, 2008

New Stars On The Rise

Submissions Count Anywhere Match
D-Generation X vs. Legacy
Breaking Point – September 13, 2009

Street Fight
Rey Mysterio vs. Batista
SmackDown – December 11, 2009

Street Fight
Randy Orton vs. Cody Rhodes
SmackDown – November 4, 2011

A Little Tidying Up


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Blu-ray Exclusives
 

Boiler Room Brawl
Mankind vs Santa Claus
Raw – December 20, 1999

Street Fight
Triple H vs Sheamus
Extreme Rules – April 25, 2010

Falls Count Anywhere Match
Rey Mysterio vs Cody Rhodes
Extreme Rules – May 1, 2011

Street Fight
Randy Orton vs Kane
SmackDown – July 22, 2011

 

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90 Comments on "Full Match Listing for WWE Falls Count Anywhere DVD & Blu-ray"

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Hiddyman
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Hiddyman

They forgot two essential matches. The Chicago Street Fight between Roddy Piper and Goldust, and the Hardcore Championship between Mick Foley and Big Boss Man, which if I remember correctly was the first match the title ever had. Correct me if Im wrong.

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Cristian
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Cristian

Stone cold and bret hart do not fight stone cold just beats him up and then he ends up in a ambulance and then stone cold is the driver and keeps beating hart up

@imdjluis
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@imdjluis

Where is the DX vs. The Nation Street Fight from Raw 98???

RabidHeat
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RabidHeat

Trish and Victoria’s Street fight from Survivor Series 2002 should be on here. That was pretty darn revolutionary for Women’s wrestling at the time!

john peterson
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john peterson

I want this for the Austin/Bret Match and Seeing Hbk/HHH for the first time on blu ray

EL
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EL

Maybe WWE should have put Triple H on the cover since there’s like 6 matches featuring him. Match listing for disc 2 and 3 are awful. Won’t be purchasing this set.

SlayJ
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SlayJ

I agree, El. WAY too much HHH and The McMahon family on disks 2 and 3. Hell, they are in 8 of the 17 matches on those two slabs of plastic. Ego much? I do think the first disk looks like a fun watch though. But yeah, this could be so much better than it is.

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mike buzzard
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mike buzzard

Anyone else find it odd the Austin is on the cover, yet there are no Steve Austin matches listed?

nick
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nick

look again

mike buzzard
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mike buzzard

Yep, totally missed the fight with Bret. Error on me.

Dang
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Dang

When I saw a Divas Match,i see Mickie James,i was like WTF!This was the first time Mickie James include in WWE Documents DVD and i was a big fan of her.But then i see in this match,Mickie James loss and has a small injury :(,too bad.I’d rather not see her than her first Documents DVD Debut it’s lost 🙁

Brad Attitude
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Brad Attitude

The first disc looks promising especially with the inclusion of Macho Man vs. Crush. That match really should’ve been on the Randy Savage dvd set.

I’m disappointed WWE fails to include more matches between 2001-2005 because those years were way better than 2007 – onwards.

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Don’t Forget Undertaker vs Rob Van Dam From Vengeance For The Hardcore Title. Classic Match.

SlayJ
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SlayJ
Although it seems that the majority of you are pretty happy with the match selections here, I personally think they’re WAY below average. WWE underachieved big-time on this set and I suppose I shouldn’t be surprised. But I will admit I had high expectations. I realize that WWE doesn’t produce their DVDs for a guy like me that likes seeing a variety of promotions and enjoys a bit of old school thrown in the mix. But to only have ONE ECW match on a 3-disk set of “out-of-control” matches is laughable. There’s five HHH matches and only two Mick Foley… Read more »
mommy
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mommy

agree some fans expectations are so low there happy if they include just a few non released matches

its not a bad listing but expected better, there are only a few matches i really want on this set, they could of replaced atleast 5 or 6 matches with just as good matches

wwe seems to just release the bar bones, just enough to get hardcore fans to buy them but not enough to really go into there vault, and sadly all the nerds will buy everything and wwe will continue with this, dont buy and force wwe to release better listings

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Just my guess, they probably put only 1 ECW match on this set because they just released a set of only old school ECW matches. In case you didn’t know, released this week, called ECW Unreleased Vol 1.

SlayJ
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SlayJ

I picked up the new ECW release a few days back (actually was just watching it this morning). And sure, there’s some fun brawls on there naturally. But I still don’t think that’s a very good excuse to almost completely ignore Extreme Championship Wrestling on a DVD set that, in many ways, exists because of their huge influence in the 90’s. I’m not saying load the set with 80% ECW footage. But 3 or 4 matches wouldn’t be too much to ask.

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