ATTITUDE WEEK: First Matches Revealed for WWE ‘Attitude Era Vol. 3 – Unreleased’ DVD & Blu-Ray

April 4, 2016 by Daniel Bee

ATTITUDE WEEK - WWE Attitude Era Vol. 3: Unreleased DVD

All this week it’s ATTITUDE WEEK here at!

Join us every day to get the exclusive scoop on the never-before-seen content that WWE has planned for the “Attitude Era Vol. 3 – Unreleased” DVD and Blu-ray set this summer.

This time around the new Attitude DVD will be filled with previously unseen material the likes of non-televised PPV matches, RAW “dark” matches, house show matches, and more moments you could only see attending live and in person. We hear there are nearly 30 rare gems to be included.

Hey, how do you have an Attitude Era week and not highlight the ol’ Texas Rattlesnake himself? Well, frankly we don’t know how, so today it’s all about Stone Cold Steve Austin!



WWE Championship Match
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Shawn Michaels
Kuwait City, Kuwait • May 12, 1996

— Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Undertaker
Madison Square Garden • August 9, 1996

— Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Goldust
[Non-Televised] In Your House: It’s Time • December 15, 1996

— Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Triple H
Anaheim, CA • March 13, 1998

“Attitude Era Vol. 3 – Unreleased” is on the way for this August – keep on checking and because it’s one of the next WWE DVDs to go live for pre-order!

ATTITUDE WEEK - WWE Attitude Era Vol. 3: Unreleased DVD

The Home Video release of last night’s WrestleMania spectacular will hit stores on May 10th in the United States and shortly after in Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom.

You can pre-order the WrestleMania 32 DVD right now by clicking here, or on Blu-ray here.

The artwork revealed so far is for the Steelbook Blu-ray edition (shown again below). The planned list of special features for the DVD/Blu-ray shouldn’t be far away, so stay tuned.

A big limited edition box set will be released for WrestleMania 32, slated to include the DVD and some “one of a kind” ‘Mania merchandise. As of now that looks to be a UK exclusive.

WWE WrestleMania 32 Steelbook Blu-ray Box Art

“Straight Outta Dudleyville: The Legacy of the Dudley Boyz” is now just a week away!

The main feature of the new DVD and Blu-ray is WWE’s first-ever documentary on the Dudley Boyz.

Two new preview clips of that documentary have now been revealed! Watch them below and look out for the scene backstage when Bubba and D-Von secretly returned to the company.

Get your copy of the WWE “Straight Outta Dudleyville” DVD or Blu-ray…

UK/Europe: April 11th. Pre-order the Dudleyz DVD here on

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Speaking of the “Straight Outta Dudleyville” documentary, you can get a 30 minute sneak peek at it on the WWE Network later this week. All the details on our WWE Network Schedule.

The “Sting – Into The Light” documentary, released on the WWE DVD and Blu-ray set last year, was recently added to the Network. The original, full length documentary ran for slightly under 1 hour and 20 minutes on DVD, however the Network upload runs for a total of just 55 minutes. It’s possible that the company condensed it down so that it’s no longer than an hour.

WDN reader Brian notes that some of the cuts in the Network version include discussion of Sting’s personal life and the mentions of his activities between the end of WCW and his WWE run. A few of the chapters are also shown in a different order compared with that of the DVD.

WWE Sting: Into the Light DVD & Blu-ray Documentary

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  1. SCSA says:

    Match listing; looks good so far, though it would be better if they had also wrote what show/PPV these matches took place at! E.g. RAW/SMACKDOWN/ IN YOUR HOUSE, etc.

  2. RabidHeat says:

    I fear there will be no commentary on this Attitude set. That would make it a non-buy for me.

  3. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

    Attitude Era vol. 3: Unreleased material is gonna be >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> WrestleBoringMania 32.

  4. RCS1988 says:

    Interesting thus far. Hopefully they do sets with untelevised stuff from the 80’s & early 90’s.

    • Howard says:

      I’ve been hoping for that for a while.. Some old coliseum video stuff would be nice

      • RCS1988 says:

        No, because they are out there, I would rather have matches that were taped for Coliseum Video, but not released on Coliseum Video.

  5. Domenic says:

    Bring back the Fantasy Concept please!!

    • RabidHeat says:

      Why? Aside from being a slightly amusing and fun read, it doesn’t actually give us any news, which is what this site is for. If anything it would just get us excited for what could be, then WWE would disappoint with what they actually released, lol.

  6. Jay Chan says:

    Can you bring back Fantasy Concept please?

  7. ryan says:

    I hope we get the kurt angle vs owen hart match.

  8. Damon says:

    Pretty sweet match listing! Looking forward to more!

  9. LP1 says:

    As other people have said, 1996 is absolutely not part of the attitude era. It’a right before it. Not that I’m complaining about those matches, because I really want to see them. They just don’t fit the theme of this release. I also hope those matches, especially the MSG match are not “Fan Cam” style. I’ve never liked that. Other than that, this set has a ton of potential.

    • Domenic says:

      I agree with you, but when it comes to gems like these, I can’t complain!

    • David says:

      The start of the Attitude Era is debatable based on certain aspects and the direction WWE were going which was around late-1995 and were heading to a more edgy program while still having cartoon characters. There was Diesel being a tweener after Survivor Series having that attitude similar to what Austin would adapt against “management”, being Vince. Bret bled quite a bit in his match with Bulldog at IYH the following month which was very very rare at that time. There was the Goldust character with his feud with Razor, HBK having an “affair” with Diana Smith.

      I guess 1996 would be a start since according to the Attitude Era book released by WWE it started at KOTR 96 and ended at WM17.

      On the Network however based on the various RAW thumbnails the AE started on Dec. 15, 1997 which has “RAW Attitude Era” as the thumbnail which goes all the way to March 26, 2001 with WWE buying WCW as the following after WM17 has “RAW IS WAR” as its thumbnail until changing just to RAW after 9/11 removing “IS WAR”.

      WWE rewrites its history every often so i think 1996 is a good foundation to the Attitude Era to start off with vol. 3.

      • LP1 says:

        By late 1996, regardless if WWE was more edgier, they were still using the term “New Generation”. I’ve always considered the start of the Attitude Era to be the night of Survivor Series 1997. That was the night the WWF attitude scratch logo debuted when we saw those “attitude” commercials. Of course that was also the night Mr. McMahon was truly born. As for the end of the attitude era, it was Mania 17. That was the peak of WWF’s popularity when it comes to tv ratings, house show attendance and PPV buys. WWE has yet to match those numbers on a regular basis. Plus it was the first post-Nitro show and the end of the Monday Night War. WWE Network has it pretty close to accurate. They end it with Mania 17 and begin it with the December 15, 1997 Raw because that was the first episode where the scratch logo was used permanently in the bottom left corner of the screen. Before that, we only saw the scratch logo in the aforementioned attitude commercials.

        Anyone who thinks the attitude era began in 1995 is completely out to lunch and just looking to rewrite history. Just like WWE rewrites history.

  10. Steven Jackson says:

    This is looking excellent so far!

    I like how they have gone outside of the box and chosen matches from 1996. I am really looking forward to seeing what other hidden gems will be unearthed from the vaults.


  11. VintageSimon says:

    If the remaining 26 match reveals are as interesting as these first four, then this will likely be one of my favourite sets of all-time.

  12. Mike says:

    Looking around, there was a Michaels-Mankind dark match at the same IYH event that had the Austin-Goldust dark match listed above… would be good to get that too.

    Speaking of IYH dark matches, some others I’m hoping for:

    In Your House: A Cold Day In Hell
    The Road Warriors/Owen Hart and The British Bulldog for the WWF title

    In Your House: Good Friends, Better Enemies
    The Undertaker/Mankind

  13. Dave says:

    The UK Special Edition is the event poster and the event programme.

    • Daniel Bee says:

      It’s not – there’s going to a bigger box set (, the contents of which haven’t been set in stone yet.

      You might be getting confused with the packages on the WWE DVD UK site.

      • David says:

        I wonder what so many variations of the WM DVD / Bluray says of WWE’s view of the UK fanbase ? Maybe I’m very cynical, but the phrase ‘more money than sense’ springs to mind…….

  14. Mike says:

    This set is off an extremely promising start, especially that Kuwait City match from 96. Let’s hope the rest of the week is as good.

  15. Abdulaziz says:

    Wow match from Kuwait City …

  16. me says:

    Already? Matches? And 1996 is Attitude now? Wow…they must have more in the archive than I realized with some of those matches.

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