Five More Matches for ‘Attitude Era – Unreleased’ (Warrior vs. Owen!), Win WWE DVDs & Blu-Rays

April 6, 2016 by Daniel Bee

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

We’re back as all this week exclusively reveals “never-before-seen” Attitude Era matches and moments that WWE will be putting out there for the first time on the new “Attitude Era Vol. 3 – Unreleased” DVD and Blu-ray this summer!

Missed any of the content? See the gems unearthed so far at this link: ATTITUDE WEEK.

The 7 hour DVD (8 hour Blu-ray) compilation will feature 30 bouts that select fans witnessed during the iconic era, and presented between the featured content will be new video packages too.

Five more matches are named today, beginning in 1996 and ending in 2000.

When you think Attitude Era, your first thoughts will likely be Austin, Rock and DX, but hey, the Attitude Era wouldn’t have been what it was without the huge cast of characters that it had, so for today’s reveals we’re giving some love to those many other Superstars…



— The Ultimate Warrior vs. Owen Hart
Madison Square Garden • May 19, 1996

— Yokozuna vs. The Sultan
Sun City, South Africa • September 14, 1996

Triple Threat Match for the WWE Championship
Shawn Michaels vs. Bret “Hit Man” Hart vs. Sycho Sid
[Non-Televised] RAW • February 3, 1997

Long Island Street Fight
Dude Love vs. The British Bulldog
Uniondale, NY • October 24, 1997

— The Hardy Boyz vs. Lo Down
Wall St, New York City, NY • October 25, 2000

Loads more matches still to come! See you back here tomorrow…

“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, Superstars & Characters

*WIN* DVDS & BLU-RAYS: We’re making this special reveal week even better by giving away another lot of WWE DVDs and Blu-rays! Simply follow these instructions to enter…

Want to add the “Owen: Hart of Gold” DVD, the “Daniel Bryan” Just Say Yes! Yes! Yes!” DVD, and the WrestleMania 31 Blu-ray to your collection? One lucky winner who’s reading during ATTITUDE WEEK will take them all home for FREE!

All you have to do is subscribe to our email list (also FREE!) at this link or in the box below.

Sign up and confirm your email before Saturday. The winner will be announced early next week and in the meantime you’ll be receiving our news as it breaks. The giveaway is open worldwide.



Win WWE DVDs & Blu-rays - WrestleMania, Owen Hart & Daniel Bryan

New WWE DVDs on

29 Comments left on this article...

Leave Your Comments


  1. 97-03 says:

    Looking forward to Owen vs Warrior and Dude vs Davey but quite unsure on Yoko vs The Sultan lol

    • RabidHeat says:

      I know, I mean I get that its rare footage, but I’m unsure as to why besides that everybody is getting aroused over owning Yoko vs. The Sultan on DVD, lol.

      • 97-03 says:

        Your guess is as good as mine my friend lol. Can only be a 2 minute match anyway, surely? I can’t imagine Yokozuna was doing a lot in 1996

  2. RabidHeat says:

    I think people are missing the point: There would be zero problem including the 1996 matches as part of the Attitude Era … IF this was the convention followed on the first two volumes.

    However, it’s quite clear that they were not categorising 1996 as part of the era on Volumes 1 and 2, so it’s just the inconsistency that bugs me. You can’t change your criteria completely in this way for the third volume in as series.

  3. Robert emons says:

    I’m signed up for the free dvds I do hope I win them! Excited!

  4. Justin F says:


    1996 wasn’t the start of the Attitude Era since it would take another year for storylines to become controversial.

    • Paul Timmons says:

      So the Brian Pillman gun incident wasn’t controversial enough? 1996 my friend!

    • Ryan says:

      I always saw Austin’s KOTR speech in 1996 as the start of the attitude era. A couple of the matches so far do (briefly) pre-date that, but that’s fine since the bouts sound very intriguing.

      • LP1 says:

        WWE likes to change history and make people think that Austin became an instant superstar on the night of King Of The Ring ’96. That couldn’t be further from the truth. Austin continued to be a midcard guy for another 5 months after that. He was still feuding with guys like Marc Mero and Savio Vega after that. He wasn’t even on the SummerSlam card that year. He was relegated to the pre-show match. It wasn’t until his feud with Bret in November ’96 that he really started to get a big push. Also, like I mentioned in a thread yesterday, even though the WWF was doing sole edgy things in 1996, they were still using the term New Generation well into early 1997, and continued using the New Generation logo until late ’97.

        • LP1 says:

          *even though the WWF was doing some edgy things in 1996

        • Roland Smitts says:

          They also try to say Austin is the biggest star in the history of the business, which is laughable. That’s just an early attempt at Vince trying to scrub Hogan from the history books. Austin was massive in his era, but not the biggest ever.

    • RabidHeat says:

      If you think the Attitude Era is solely defined by adult-orientated controversy, then the Attitude Era did not end until 2008.

  5. Damon says:

    Yay for Owen Hart match! I am still hoping for Owen vs Kurt!

  6. Jay Chan says:

    Nice selection of matches.

    Can you bring back FANTASY CONCEPT too, please?

  7. DustyDan says:

    Two thumbs up, three if I could

  8. VintageSimon says:

    Very pleased that the Michaels/Hart/Sid match is being released, have wanted to see that match for years.

    Surprised Warrior/Owen made the cut, as that’s the same night as the Curtain Call incident, and I didn’t think they had any hard cams in there that night. Am guessing it will all be handhelds from ringside, which may not be that fun to watch.

    Still, this set looks tremendous.

  9. Eric says:

    This will be great. The Wall Street will be cool. I wonder if there might be more content from that day. The day WWE became publicly traded.

  10. Alex says:

    Wow – actually kinda stoked for this release. This is exactly what WWE DVD releases need to be in this day and age – rare and obscure content that will probably never be uploaded to the WWE Network. This will likely be my first purchase since the Owen DVD.

  11. Tommy D says:

    Though, I feel that the dates on some of these are wrong.

  12. Tommy D says:

    Wow. Talk about obscure. And I love it. The more obscure the better. Plus, getting that Yoko/Sultan match to go with the Austin/Hart match from Sun City is great.

  13. me says:

    The choices are getting better. Those of you who wanted the most obscure content possible are getting your wish and then some.

  14. Ryan says:

    The match listings so far are outstanding — I can’t wait to see this stuff. The Yoko match was his second to last in the WWE. Love seeing Owen, and the triple threat match and street fight are also intriguing.

    Keep it coming!

  15. Frank Lloyd says:

    Sultan vs yoko?!?!?! Day one purchase!!!!! Plus does this mean it’ll have no commentary on all matches, right?

    • Ryan says:

      Not 100% but I think at least some will have commentary. For instance, Ross and Owen were on commentary for the Sun City telecast according to the History of the WWE website.

    • RCS1988 says:

      Jim Ross & Owen Hart did commentary fro the Sun City Superbowl. They should have tryout dark matches from that era like these.

      Savio Vega vs. Terry Gordy
      State College, PA September 24, 1996

      Brakkus vs. Dr. X
      Tampa, FL December 16, 1996

      Aldo Montoya vs. Mike Awesome
      Daytona Beach, FL December 17, 1996

      The One Man Gang vs. Flash Flanagan
      Evansville, IN February 3, 1998

      Earthquake vs. Mike Davis
      Dallas, TX February 16, 1998

      Owen Hart vs. Kurt Angle
      Orlando, FL May 10, 1999

As an Amazon Associate we earn from qualifying purchases. Thanks for supporting