Exclusive: Screenshots of nWo The Revolution WWE DVD

November 3, 2012 by Mark D

After having chance to view the documentary portion of nWo: The Revolution earlier today, we have the full list of the personalities interviewed on the set, some quick thoughts on the feature and exclusive screenshots.

Firstly, the superstars interviewed as part of the main documentary are: Arn Anderson, Big Show, Bill DeMott, Billy Kidman, Booker T, Cody Rhodes, Diamond Dallas Page, Dusty Rhodes, Joe Hennig (Michael McGillicutty), Kevin Nash, Lex Luger, Matt Striker, Mike Rotunda, Sean Waltman, Ted DiBiase and Vince Russo.

In addition the following personalities were included as archive footage, with the date in parentheses: Vince McMahon (2009), Jimmy Hart (2005), Eric Biscoff (2003) and Hulk Hogan & Scott Hall (2002).

As previously reported the run time for the documentary is just over an hour, this results in the documentary moving along relatively quickly. The documentary also only focuses on the nWo ‘group’; rather than the feuds and angles they were involved with. While the set is good, it does fall short of being a classic WWE documentary.

nWo: The Revolution is released this Tuesday, pre-order your copy ( just $16.99 for the DVD and only $19.99 for the Blu-ray!) via Amazon.com. [Pre-order Now]

This will also be the final release for Silver Vision in the UK and Europe, and will be shipping in the next few weeks when buying now at Silvervision.co.uk.

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Hogan, Hall and Nash the New World Order (nWo)

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Vince McMahon

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Scott Hall

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Kevin Nash

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Vince Russo

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Cody Rhodes

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Hogan, Hall and Nash

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Ted DiBiase

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Michael McGuillicutty/Joe Hennig

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Dusty & Cody Rhodes

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Arn Anderson

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Lex Luger

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Booker T

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Dusty Rhodes

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Souled Out 1997

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Sting, WCW Starrcade 1997

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Paid For by the nWo New World Order

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | WCW Bash at the Beach 1996

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | nWo formation - WCW Bash at the Beach 1996

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Sean (Syxx) Waltman

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | Macho Man Randy Savage & Elizabeth

nWo: The Revolution WWE DVD | WWF Unblurred

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  1. Best in the World says:

    The Outsiders vs Harlem Heat match was classic tag team wrestling at it’s finest and both tag teams are in the top 10 of tag teams in wrestling history. I just wished the Outsiders would’ve had a tag team finisher like the 3D drop from the Dudley Boyz, I outgrew my Outsiders shirt, wish I still have it lol.

  2. Steven says:

    Mike Rotunda was IRS and Mr. Walls greet right? Can’t wait to watch the best match in the amazing feud of Macho Man vs DDP the Halloween Havoc 1997 Las Vegas street fight.

  3. I hope they put Cody on there for a good reason because Dusty’s turn to the nWo was terrible!

  4. some guy says:

    I’m a big fan of Ted Dibiase’s “not sure if serious” face up there

  5. Bill says:

    They used Joe Hennig’s real name? Well I’ll be damned

  6. Chad says:

    Got the Bluray in the mail today. The doc. part was just okay imo, I love the exclusive extras

  7. Alex says:

    They got Vince Russo to do a sit-down interview for this. I’ll be damned.

  8. RabidHeat says:

    I was never a Lex fan (many people weren’t), but I wouldn’t wish that on anyone. Tht’s truly a shame. REALLY nice to see WWE burying a lot of hatchets and having these kinda guys on their DVDs now though. Seems like everybody involved is finally growing up.

  9. Anonymous says:

    Can’t wait to get this one!

  10. wrestlingfan says:

    very excited for a great blu ray.

  11. RJ9225 says:

    I was able to buy this DVD early on Friday and got to watch it. I have to admit, the documentary was put together nicely,but felt very short, as the runtimes for it and the one on Back In Black have been shown and compared on here. It was nice how they interwined previous interviews and brand new ones. And as the stills show on here, it was surprising to see some of the NWO members, like Lex Luger. Couldnt believe it was him at first glance. On of the reviews posted earlier said that it seemed that a good portion of the documentary was focused on the negative about the NWO. While it wasn’t quite burying it, it was a bit polarizing, depending on the superstar that was interviewed. Overall though, I’d say it was too short (of course) felt incomplete,but still nicely done..if only to relieve some of the memories of WCW/NWO

  12. John says:

    Damn, I did not expect Lex to look that old! I thought he was in his 40’s now!

  13. Anonymous says:

    Dusty Rhodes looks dead.

    Surprised McGuillicutty is listed as Joe Hennig too.

  14. Ryan says:

    I’ve never seen sidebars on these dvds. I think it depends on your dvd player or settings.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Nice to see they have plain black sidebars. Much better than distracting patterned sidebars.

  16. Bill Jones says:

    I still watch nWo highlights on YouTube and glad this DVD/Blu-Ray is coming out but they should’ve interviewed pro nWo on this set not people like Arn Anderson because he hated it and they should’ve interviewed Chris Jericho because he was for the nWo and I would’ve love to see them interview Tony Schvanoie on the nWo that would’ve be interesting.

    • LP1 says:

      It doesn’t really matter if WWE interviewed guys who were pro-nWo or anti-nWo. Either way WWE controls what sound bytes they include and they control what “story” they want to tell in their documentaries. If they want it to be a positive piece then that’s what it will be. If they want it to be a “Self Destruction” piece then that’s what it will be.

  17. Steven says:

    Lex Lugar looks old as fuck lol, Miss Elizabeth was looking hot in that picture with Macho Man, I think they should’ve included Slapnuts Jeff Jerrett in the documentary part and half of the people interviewed were nWo haters hypocrites like Arn and Hugh Morris.

  18. nightmare says:

    Is the complete hostile take over on this release and also is the part when Nash powerbomb Eric of the stage

  19. Zach says:

    Has anyone ever even seen a Russo shoot? He’s helped the business a lot more than you’d think.

    • Dave says:

      He’s helped the WWE in big way and one of the main influences to kick starting the attitude era. Only reason he didn’t make WCW and TNA as successful is because he had McMahon as a filter.

      I saw the recent Russo guest booker where he re-books the WCW invasion and it was actually really good and his way flowed very well. I liked it better than Jim Cornette’s version.

    • ck says:

      He helped WWE by running WCW through the ground.

      • Harry Faversham says:

        He might have made some mistakes in WCW but so did a lot of people and it really doesn’t even make sense to lay all of the blame at one man’s feet. For one thing WCW was on a downward spiral before he even got there. And whilst he might not have helped matters the backlash he has gotten all these years from wrestling fans who somehow believe they have all the answers is disproportionate. People blamed TNA being crap on Vince Russo, but he’s been gone from there a while and the shows aren’t any better are they? People need to cut this guy some slack for once. From what I understand he’s a family man and a christian and doesnn’t have a bad word against anyone nowadays from what I’ve heard. But he never gets a fair shake to defend himself for errors he made at work 12 years ago. If he was in the wrong then he’s paid for it now. He never actually committed any crimes that I’m aware of. And it was Jamie Kellner who pulled the plug on WCW. The only thing Russo really did was try to fix WCW and made a mess of it. But I’m not convinced WCW wouldn’t have been cancelled even if Russo had never touched it.

        Bloody hell, he might not be the genius he was once made out to be, but wwe is full of dodgy writers these days, but because they don’t have a face no one bothers them. I’m sure people will disagree and say Russo should still be punished for his body of work.

  20. Anonymous says:

    Interesting that Mcgillicutty is using his real name, Joe Hennig in this.

  21. insanetombstone96 says:

    Is the WWF logo blurred? Please tell me, thanks!

  22. Anonymous says:

    WTF is that scumbag Russo doing in this

  23. Anonymous says:

    The only two good things about this release:
    -Most likely a fair and balanced story about the nWo relating whatever good and all the bad things they brought to the industry.
    -FINALLY NO SIDEBARS and instead only black bars. THIS IS THE WAY IT SHOULD ALWAYS BE!

  24. Harry Faversham says:

    I think this is one time when having artwork at the side of the screen would have looked alright. They could have had some kind of nWo spray paint job going on. But yeah sometime they can be a bit annoying. Black is pretty safe.

  25. VK Millstreet says:

    the plain black sidebars are “just… too… swwweeeeeet!”


    They actually show the wwf scratch logo at the bottom left hand corner instead of covering it up with the big block wwe logo like in the brock lesnar collector edition dvd πŸ™‚ i dont mind sidebars but in this it looks neat!!

    • Mark D says:

      The WWF logo is covered on the No Way Out 2002 promo, however the Raw 2002 match has the logo in all it’s glory πŸ˜‰

      • WWEATTITUDEERA says:

        I think thats a bit stupid shud just leave untouched aint going to make a difference but at least their is no blurring anymore to deal with πŸ™‚

  27. indyfan says:

    Liz was smokin hot when she was in NWO!!!!

  28. Harry Faversham says:

    Wow. Thanks for the info! Nice pics. Can’t wait to get my hands on the blu ray. On the legends roundtable there you get to hear the thoughts of Mean Gene, JJ Dillon, Michael Hayes and Jim Ross too. I like that Luger is involved and that Russo will get to talk rather than just talked about for a change. And I like that they talked to Curt Hennig’s son. One of my favourite parts of the nWo was Rick Rude so I hope he’s on there somewhere!

    • Mark D says:

      You hear VERY little from Russo, he only appears twice from memory, once discussing the nWo concept and the other justifying nWo 2000. πŸ™

      • Harry Faversham says:

        Oh well, its still better than the blame game. Its all very interesting. I’m happy that it seems they have limited it to people actually involved with the nWo/WCW but I don’t see why you need Matt Striker there and I can’t stand Cody Rhodes! But at least his dad was in it. But why feature him more than the actual people in the story? That baffles me a bit. Of course I will have to see it for myself.

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  30. Mark D says:

    Some other thoughts/observations on the set:

    – The division with nWo Hollywood and the Wolfpack were discussed as the main failing, and causing the loss of interest during the Monday Night War. Another point discussed as a failing of the New World Order was the fact that the β€˜good guy’ never got any wins over the bad guys (nWo) which also caused the fans to loose interest in the group.
    – The Finger Poke of Doom nor Goldberg are discussed during the set, however clips of “The Poke” are included.
    – nWo 2000 is mentioned very briefly with Vince Russo commenting that the group needed Bret Hart, and without Bret (following his career ending injury in late 1999) it wasn’t going to work.
    – An individual who is featured heavily and comes across very well is Cody Rhodes, he provides a great deal of insight into the nWo and how it was perceived by the fans at the time. The input of Vince Russo and Lex Luger is very limited, with both only commenting a handful of times during the feature.
    – The documentary goes over the WWE nWo very quickly (in fact only around 4 minutes – much of which is footage of The Rock vs. Hollywood Hogan at WrestleMania X8). The general feeling from those commenting was that we had “seen it all before” which was why it failed.
    – I think that including discussion on the storylines would have improved the set greatly, particularly the factions feuds with superstars such as: Ric Flair, The Horsemen, Diamond Dallas Page and greater discussion on Sting and the build to Starrcade 1997.

    I’d say if you don’t go in with you expectations too high, you’ll enjoy it πŸ™‚

    Finally for those who aren’t fans of sidebars and say they are distracting – the side bars on this one are just plain black!

    • Harry Faversham says:

      I’m curious to know if anywhere on this set they acknowledge that Shawn Michaels was a member?

      • Mark D says:

        They don’t specifically name Shawn Michaels as a member (nor anyone else other than Hogan, Hall & Nash), however I recall one clip is shown of him in the ring wearing an nWo shirt. However in total the WWE nWo segement only lasts around 4 minutes (of which good portion is clips of Hogan/Rock @WMX8).

        • Harry Faversham says:

          Thanks for the response. Its sounding a bit disappointing overall so far but I’m still looking forward to it. One thing I think is important is the music. They haven’t edited that have they? And is it featured on the menu? Sorry for all the questions. You are my only source! I would call Kevin Nash, but I don’t have his number.

          • Mark D says:

            Yeah the nWo theme is on there. I’ve gotta say its not bad it’s a solid doc, but I think it had potential to be a great doc, but they didn’t quite go all the way with it. πŸ™

            • Harry Faversham says:

              Well if that’s down to politics its quite ironic isn’t it given some of the things said about WCW/nWo in the past. I think it would be a no brainer to have this doc be a decent length. But I’m personally very happy with the match list and I think thats more important for me in a primary source type way. I’m sure I’ll enjoy the doc, but I will get the blu ray because I have seen the legends roundtable discussion and thats very good and might make up for if there are shortcomings in the doc. Anyway cheers for all the info!