Exclusive Photos: ECW UNRELEASED Vol. 1 Blu-Ray

May 21, 2012 by Mark D

ECW UNRELEASED Vol. 1 hits stores on June 5th, and we have exclusive pre-release photos of the Blu-ray edition. ECW UNRELEASED Vol. 1 features a collection of matches never before released on DVD or Blu-ray, hosted by ECW Original – Joey Styles.

You can pre order your copy of ECW UNRELEASED Vol. 1 here.

If you have missed which matches are to be included check out the full content listing here and watch an exclusive preview video here.

From its birthplace in South Philly to TV, PC and tablet screens around the world, your calls have been answered as EXTREME CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING returns to home entertainment by popular demand! Dive into the hardcore vault with the longtime unmistakable voice of the Original ECW, Joey Styles, who provides new and in-depth commentary for this rare collection of matches NEVER-BEFORE-RELEASED on DVD or Blu-ray!

You’ll shout “OH MY GOD!” as you relive some of the best bouts that have been tucked away in the archives waiting to be unleashed…until now. Tommy Dreamer, Tazz, Shane Douglas, Sabu, Rob Van Dam, Sandman and the rest of your favorite Extreme renegades are here on this 2-Disc set along with the jaw-dropping mat mastery of Dean Malenko and Eddie Guerrero.

Blu-Ray Exclusive Matches

Three Way Dance Match for the ECW Heavyweight Championship
Terry Funk vs. Sabu vs. Shane Douglas
The Night the Line was Crossed – February 5, 1994

“Superfly” Jimmy Snuka vs. Tommy Dreamer
The Night the Line was Crossed – February 5, 1994

ECW UNRELEASED Vol. 1 is released on 3-Disc DVD and 2-Disc Blu-Ray on June 5th, so get your pre-orders in now by clicking here.

Australia gets it soon after, whilst the Silver Vision UK & European release is currently unknown.


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  1. Aaron says:

    It’s very annoying that there has been no news as to whether or not this will be released in the U.K.

  2. Jon says:

    Is there a list detailing which matches are already out there? Just hate having two of the same matches. Ohh and is the night the line was crossed the first ECW show after the name change?

    • StingaLing says:

      None of the matches on this set have been released before by WWE.

      The Night The Line Was Crossed refers to Shane Douglas’s profanity laced post-match promo (part of it is shown in The Rise and Fall of ECW). The match is awesome and the post match promos are truly great, for Funk and Douglas (and Paul E.) to pull out great mic work, no scripts, no bullshit, after being out there for an HOUR… mind-blowing!

      • StingaLing says:

        Oh, did I mention Terry Funk cries? He balls his eyes out, he loves wrestling that much.

        That kind of passion is sorely lacking in today’s “product”.

        • Siege says:

          There is plenty of passion in today’s product. Just because Funk cried doesn’t mean anything.

    • LP1 says:

      To answer the question, The Night The Line Was Crossed was when it was still Eastern Championship Wrestling. It didn’t become Extreme until August of 94 after Douglas threw down the NWA Title and cut the promo afterwards.

      • StingaLing says:

        Thank GOD you answered the question. What a relief. I feel as though a great weight has been lifted, I haven’t truly lived before this moment. I don’t use this word often but you are truly a hero. Take a bow, you answered the question!

        • DaBooks says:

          Why? Cause he answered the question? Or cause you didn’t?

          • Nickelback4lyfe says:

            Pwn lolzzz ant1 hat www can die Vince will you suk bals HHH would laugh u loser ECW is sht!!!! Today star r rel stard HHH cens camp 4lyfe!!!! Funk sucs cant beat any1

  3. SRB says:

    I’ll be picking this up on opening day then slamming my dad in the head with a steel chair when he gets home from work. ECW! ECW! ECW!

  4. StingaLing says:

    It’s weird to me that the bonus matches are kinda tacked on at the end. Shouldn’t they be in order with the rest of the matches?

    Still jealous of those getting this edition, The Night The Line Was Crossed Three-Way Dance is a thing of beauty.

    • Anonymous says:

      Isn’t it always that way with Blu-Ray exclusives? The regular feature, then the matches at the end under a separate header of Blu-Ray Exclusives or something like that.

      • Siege says:

        Probably because the Blu Ray and DVD’s programs are both produced the same way, just one with HD stuff.

        They just tack on the bonus stuff.

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