Fantasy Concept #17 – ECW UNRELEASED Vol. 2

June 3, 2012 by Mark D

WDN Fantasy Concept

This Tuesday will see the release of ECW UNRELEASED Vol. 1. Joey Styles has commented previously that based upon sales of Vol. 1, further volumes are planned.

So for this edition of fantasy concept, I decided to see how a second volume in this series could look. There are so many classic and historically significant matches from the ECW archive yet to be released; so ECW UNRELEASED Vol. 2 is a must.

Vol. 2 should follow the same format as the first, but should be hosted by Jay Sulli and Matty in the House, OK only joking! – “I’m sorry… I’m sorry… I’M NOT SORRY!!!” [Note from Mark – I’m sure that went over the heads of most people 😉 ] of course it should be hosted by Joey Styles.

So if I were planning Vol. 2 of ECW UNRELEASED, it would like a lot like this…
ECW UNRELEASED Vol. 2 (2 Disc Blu-Ray)


Disc 1

Taking Eastern to the EXTREME!

The Pubic Enemy vs. Jason Knight & Axl Rotten
Ultra Clash • September 19, 1993

Tommy Dreamer vs. The Tazmaniac
Hardcore TV • October 19, 1993

Dream Partners

Arn Anderson & Terry Funk vs. Sabu & Bobby Eaton
When Worlds Collide • May 14, 1994

Battle of the Hardcore Icons

Cactus Jack vs. Terry Funk
Hardcore Heaven • August 13, 1994

I Quit Match
Tommy Dreamer vs. The Sandman
Hardcore TV • October 4, 1994

Barbed Wire

ECW World Heavyweight Championship Barbed Wire Match
The Sandman vs. Cactus Jack
Barbed Wire, Hoodies & Choke Slams • June 17, 1995

Steel Cage Match
The Gangstas vs. The Public Enemy
Heatwave • July 15, 1995

Masters of the Mat

Eddie Guerrero & The Steiner Brothers vs. Cactus Jack, 2 Cold Scorpio & Dean Malenko
Wrestlepalooza • August 5, 1995

Raven vs. Tommy Dreamer
Holiday Hell • December 28, 1995

Forgotten Classics

Chris Jericho vs. Sabu
Plymouth Meeting, PA • August 2, 1996

Shane vs. The Pitbulls

ECW World Television Championship Match
Shane Douglas vs. Pit Bull #2
Ultimate Jeopardy • October 5, 1996

Dick Togo, Mens Teiho & Taka Michinoku vs. Gran Hamada, Gran Naniwa & Great Sasuki
Hardcore TV • March 27, 1997

Pay-Per-View

ECW World Heavyweight Championship Four-Way Elimination Match
Terry Funk vs. Raven vs. Stevie Richards vs. The Sandman
The Buffalo Invasion • May 17, 1997

WWE Invasion

The Sandman & Tommy Dreamer vs. Sabu & Rob Van Dam
Orgy of Violence • June 28, 1997

Tommy Dreamer vs. Jerry “The King” Lawler
Hardcore Heaven • August 17, 1997

The awesome brawls

Mike Awesome vs. Masato Tanaka
Hardcore TV • July 8, 1998

Chris Candido vs. Lance Storm
Heatwave • August 2, 1998


Disc 2

Taking it to another level

Three-Way Dance
Sabu vs. Taz vs. Bam Bam Bigelow
ECW Arena • August 8, 1998

ECW World Television Championship Match
Rob Van Dam vs. Lance Storm
Guilty as Charged • January 10, 1999

The Dudleys vs. The Public Enemy
House Party • January 16, 1999

Two year champion… almost

ECW World Television Championship Match
Rob Van Dam vs. Too Cold Scorpio
Hardcore TV • April 11, 1999

Mexican Death Match
Yoshihiro Tajiri vs. Super Crazy
ECW on TNN • January 21,, 2000

Steve Corino vs. Yoshiro Tajiri
Hardcore Heaven • May 14, 2000

Taking Extreme to Manhattan

ECW World Television Championship Match
Rhino vs. Kid Kash
Hardcore TV • August 3, 2000

Super Crazy & Kid Kash vs. Mikey Whipwreck & Yoshihiro Tajiri
Massacre on 34th Street • December 3, 2000

The Dudley Boyz & Tommy Dreamer vs. Simon Diamond, Swinger & CW Anderson
Queens, NY • December 15, 2000

Volume 3…?

Blu-Ray Extras

911 vs. Doink the Clown
Hardcore TV • August 27, 1994

Double Tables Match
Sabu & The Tazmaniac vs. The Public Enemy
Double Tables • February 4, 1995

Steel Cage Match
The Public Enemy & Mikey Whipwreck vs. New Jack, The Sandman & Too Cold Scorpio
Gangstas Paradise • September 16, 1995

Super Crazy vs. Jerry Lynn vs. Yoshihiro Tajiri
November to Remember • November 7, 1999

ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Justin Credible vs. Jerry Lynn
Anarchy Rulz • October 1, 2000

 


So if you would like to see WWE release a second volume of ECW UNRELEASED – buy your copy of ECW UNRELEASED Vol. 1 this Tuesday.

Does this set interest you? It’s great to hear your feedback, so please use the comments section below or tweet me @_MarkD_


 

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  1. Spritz1999 says:

    Great concept and even greater that it actually went to dvd and blu-ray! :))) SWEET

  2. AD Degreez says:

    So many of these matches have made the actual vol 2, just goes to show how much the wwe is actually starting to listen to what the fans really want!!! There will def be a vol 3 can’t wait to see the fantasy concept for that.

  3. Kyle Willard says:

    I’d like to see atleast one match from Road Warrior Hawk’s run in ECW on here when it comes out. Good stuff though. Awesome job.

  4. hdssvgf says:

    The Dudley Boys vs Spike Dudley and Balls Mahoney
    Link on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-hete1gcj4

  5. pmdmf says:

    There’s one match I’d like to see (provided it was taped), and that was Terry Funk & Stan Hansen vs. Kevin Sullivan & Abdullah the Butcher. That sounds like it was a wild match.

  6. miz4life says:

    Now that Joey Styles confirmed another one next year this looks perfect. Just little more raven, dudleyz, balls,spike,axl & new jack & we got a set

    • Mark D says:

      Its tough to try and get everyone who I would like to see on the set, but I actually cut out a match which featured virtually everyone you listed, a wild brawl from the ECW Arena just after Heatwave 98. Sorry.

      My feeling was that the first lacked an awful lot of the ECW’s orginal stars, namely: Public Enemy, Terry Funk, Gangstas and Sandman – which was why I tried to include them here. I also tried to follow the theme of the first one by including matches people didn’t really know happened or weren’t widley released such as the Sabu/Eaton vs. Funk/Anderson, Sabu/Jericho, Tommy/Taz (both in their debuts) and of course The Dudleys returning from WWE for a match. Plus there is always volume 3! 😉

  7. Charlie F says:

    I wish one day you could make your own DVD’s. Kind of like how we can buy single song MP3’s. WWE could put up a huge library matches would cost a certain amount each and we could just pick and choose what we want.

    Arn Anderson & Terry Funk vs. Sabu & Bobby Eaton????????? That sounds like a sick match!!!

  8. Mark D says:

    Did no one get the “I’m sorry” reference?

  9. StevenJackson says:

    Amazing DVD concept as always some real forgotten gems on here which I would love to own on DVD and the Blu-Ray is much more appealing to me than Volume 1. For volume 3 (if you make one) please put in FBI vs. Unholy Alliance for the tag titles on TNN in the Hammerstein Ballroom, that match is amazing.

  10. SRB says:

    Chris Jericho vs. Sabu
    Plymouth Meeting, PA • August 2, 1996

    Good call right here. Nice work.

  11. Steve says:

    Why is there no match involving Bobby Lashley and the Big Show?

    • Ray says:

      I would include them in it because they were a part of ECW, but I also understand if people do not want them included.

    • Ed says:

      because show vs lashley wasnt the old school ecw these ecw matches are from the infamous ecw arena b4 vinny bought it

      • SRB says:

        Where is HBK / Undertaker from Wrestlemania?

        • Harry Faversham says:

          If I bought the name ECW (not very valuable according to Triple H) and hung up some ECW curtains and got a couple of ‘wrestlers’ to come round, does that count as ECW too? Because thats basically what WWE did. Anyone from the real ECW was made to look like a berk. Quite simply they didn’t know how to market the wrestlers/extremists/rebels/superstars/originals. Bloody awful. But I’m glad RVD became champion because he deserved it.

          • Anonymous says:

            If you owned all the rights, title histories, and licensing like WWE did, then yes, it’s still ECW.

            • Harry Faversham says:

              Not everyone would agree with you. Tommy Dreamer said before they brought it back for One Night Stand in 2005 that if Paul Heyman doesn’t book it its not ECW. With that theory ECW really did die at the December to Dismember ppv. But my belief is it died in 2001.

        • Domenic says:

          Really dude? Wrestlemania on an ECW dvd? That’s strange.

      • RabidHeat says:

        Lol, he was being sarcastic mate.

  12. EL says:

    interesting concept and match listing mate.

    may i request a fantasy concept for: William Regal, Booker T or another Rob Van Dam dvd? Thanx

  13. Captain America says:

    They should add some Elektra matches and moments because she was sexy.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Wasn’t the cage match with Public Enemy and the Gangstas released on Bloodsport ECW’s Most Violent Matches?

    Awesome set though. Would buy.

  15. RCS1988 says:

    Good concept. Did the guy who did the Coliseum Video Corner just stop doing it, and won’t be doing anymore?

  16. indyfan says:

    I hate you fo9r making these simply because i want this set now and it won’t happen. Good job!!

  17. Mike says:

    Dreamer’s face on the cover looks like it was enlarged.

    DOPE concept, though.

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