Exclusive: Full Content of WWE ‘OMG! 2: Top 50 Incidents in WCW History’ DVD

June 17, 2014 by Daniel Bee

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Today, exclusively here at WrestlingDVDNews.com, it’s time to reveal the full content and match listing for “OMG! Vol. 2: The Top 50 Incidents in WCW History”.

The upcoming WWE DVD and Blu-ray set is on the way for August and contains a lengthy countdown feature on the first disc which looks at the “Top 50 Incidents”, plus extras on the remaining discs which include a mixture of full matches and moments.


“The Top 50 Incidents in WCW History” hits the UK & Europe on August 25th and will be available to pre-order on DVD/Blu-ray from WWEDVD.co.uk in the coming weeks.


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Held in spoiler tags below are the full countdown rankings for the Top 50 WCW Incidents! If you don’t wish to know the rank order in advance of watching the DVD/Blu-ray, scroll to the “non-spoiler version” instead to see the moments chosen, in no particular order.



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CoboChaos • October 29, 1995
Lost in Cleveland • April 1993
n.W…..NO ! • January 13, 1997
Jericho’s Challenge • November 9, 1998
Litigation • July 9, 2000
Chucky • October 12, 1998
Parking Lot Mess • July 29, 1996
Russo • April 10, 2000
Goldberg Dome • July 6, 1998
Shockmaster • August 18, 1993
Demolition • September 27, 1999
Garbage • December 18, 1995
Movie Magic • June 1993
Russo Wins World Title • September 25, 2000
Double Feature • November 17, 1997
Piledriver • May 7, 1989
Scaffold • November 27, 1986
Bad Goldberg? • June 11, 2000
Who is the Third Man? • July 7, 1996
Cruiserweight Showcase • October 26, 1997
The Debut • September 4, 1995
Surprise Purchase • March 26, 2001
Chest Protector • March 29, 1999
Forklift Match • August 13, 2000
Helicopter • March 16, 1998
Parody • September 1, 1997
World Champion Actor • April 26, 2000
Electric Chair • October 27, 1991
“I Quit” • November 28, 1985
Junkyard Brawl • July 11, 1999
Stir Crazy • April 1999
Human Torch • June 11, 2000
Powerbomb • June 16, 1996
La Parka • July 7, 1997
Trailblazer • August 2, 1992
Masked Luchador • May 17, 1998
To Streak? Or not to Streak? • December 27, 1998
Pinata • November 15, 1999
Finger Poke of Doom • January 4, 1999
The Worm • March 16, 1997
King of the Road • March 19, 1995
Outside Invasion • May 27, 1996
Caged Horsemen • September 29, 1985
Canadian Hacksaw • September 17, 2000
Ambush • October 25, 1986
Who Better than Kanyon? • May 7, 2000
Warrior • August 17, 1998
49ers Match • October 2, 2000
RoboCop • May 19, 1990
The Decision • March 16, 1997



Scaffold Match
The Road Warriors vs. The Midnight Express
Starrcade • November 27, 1986

The Return of Robocop
Capital Combat • May 19, 1990

Chamber of Horrors Match
Sting, El Gigante & The Steiner Brothers vs. Big Van Vader, Diamond Studd, Cactus Jack & Abdullah The Butcher
Halloween Havoc • October 27, 1991

Super Grudge Match
Cactus Jack vs. Big Van Vader
WCW Saturday Night • April 24, 1993

King of the Road Match
Dustin Rhodes vs. The Blacktop Bully
Uncensored • March 19, 1995

Sumo Monster Truck Match
Hulk Hogan vs. The Giant
Halloween Havoc • October 29, 1995

WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Hulk Hogan vs. The Giant
Halloween Havoc • October 29, 1995

Scott Hall Appears on Monday Nitro
Nitro • May 27, 1996

Eric Bischoff Has an Answer for The Outsiders
Great American Bash • June 16, 1996



Kevin Nash & Scott Hall vs. Sting, Lex Luger, Macho Man Randy Savage
Bash at the Beach • July 7, 1996

Sting Chooses WCW
Uncensored • March 16, 1997

La Parka vs. Macho Man Randy Savage
Nitro • July 7, 1997

nWo Parody of the 4 Horsemen
Nitro • September 1, 1997

WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Hollywood Hulk Hogan vs. Goldberg
Nitro • July 6, 1998

Chucky Interrupts Rick Steiner
Nitro • October 12, 1998

Goldberg Spears Bret Hart
Nitro • March 29, 1999

Vince Russo Hits the Reset Button
Nitro • April 10, 2000

Human Torch Match
Sting vs. Vampiro
Great American Bash • June 11, 2000

WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Jeff Jarrett vs. Kevin Nash
Great American Bash • June 11, 2000

Judy Bagwell on a Forklift Match
Buff Bagwell vs. Kanyon
New Blood Rising • August 13, 2000

Steel Cage Match for the WCW World Heavyweight Championship
Booker T vs. Vince Russo
Nitro • September 25, 2000

San Francisco 49ers Match for the Vacant WCW World Heavyweight Championship
Booker T vs. Jeff Jarrett
Nitro • October 2, 2000




The Blu-ray exclusive content for OMG! Vol. 2 is now up, at this link:
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Release Dates for “Top 50 Incidents in WCW History” DVD/Blu-ray…

USA: August 12th. Pre-order now here on Amazon.com.

UK/Europe: August 25th. Pre-order soon from WWEDVD.co.uk.

Australia: September 3rd. Pre-order now via WWEDVD.com.au.

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  1. Ebony says:

    What a pluresae to find someone who thinks through the issues

  2. Matthew Padgeon says:

    Sid breaks his leg should be on this list

  3. nick says:

    The BIGGEST thing they left out from this countdown was The eric bischoff vs vince mcmahon segment from slamboree 98. that would be in the top 5 for sure. There must a huge controversial story as to why it wasnt included!?

  4. Vincenzzzzzo says:

    Looks like a cool set. Many of these moments are a given that they be included on here. Of course the crybabies are “let down” because this doesn’t match up with their fantasy concept in their head. WWE didn’t let you down. You let yourself down. Bret screwed Bret, remember?

    A shocking moment that should have been included was when one of the best technical wrestlers in the world became a free agent (Bret Hart) and WCW did absolutely NOTHING with him upon his debut. That should be #1 on the list.

    • Erik G. says:

      You can tell the contempt for WCW you have with a closing comment like that. I already outlined the things that should have been included.

  5. Brad Attitude says:

    Too many repeat matches, too many moments from Nitro that were already on the first two sets and I dunno why moments/matches from The Great American Bash are on here when the Best of set itself is coming out next month :S

  6. Adam says:

    “Chucky Interrupts Rick Steiner”


  7. Matt says:


  8. Matt says:

    Just realized double feature is rick rude appearing on raw and nitro on the same night still don’t know what demolition is

  9. Matt says:

    Does anyone know what double feature and demolition are? The vague titles are throwing me off a little bit.

    • Erik G. says:

      Demolition — Sid gets his car crushed by Goldberg
      Double Feature — Rick Rude on Nitro and Raw on the same night

  10. Erik G. says:

    What bugs me about this is the match listing. Jarrett/Nash is going to be on Great American Bash and that comes out one month before! And the Russo reboot things take a lot of valuable time and was already on Best of Nitro Vol.1 and isn’t that important anyways! I really have a feeling I will be disappointed by the exclusives.

    • Erik G. says:

      Another thing that annoys me is that is comes across like they are burying WCW. A little too much stupid stuff. The stuff I suggested would have been better in quite a few occasions.

      • Matt says:

        Completely burying WCW for the most part. I seriously hate WWE and only care about their DVD releases of older content and am extremely disappointed with this one. WWE since 2011 is worse than WCW on its last days.

  11. Erik G. says:

    Some stuff that wasn’t on the countdown….

    -Nash powerbombs Giant on his head (Souled Out 1998)
    -Madusa throws belt in garbage
    -Curt Hennig slams cage door in Flairs face (War Games 1997)
    -Fake Sting joins nWo
    -Eddie Guerrero “shoots” and walks out (Nitro August 1998)
    -Randy Savage gets sewage dumped on him by a contortonist in a bag after a distraction from Nash (Nitro June 1999)
    -A bunch of fake Stings get beaten up by nWo but one is the real Sting (Nitro October 1997)
    -Tank Abbott attacks Mark Madden (Nitro April 2000)
    -Luchadores forced to unmask
    -Scott Steiner turns on his brother
    -Steiners run off the road by Hall and Nash
    -Pepe (Chavos toy horse) thrown into a wood chipper by Norman Smiley (I’d rather see this than Chucky)
    -Flair returns and reunites the Horsemen (1998)
    -Hogan hit by high heel of Miss Elizabeth
    -Sting attacked by dogs (GAB 1999)
    -Russo/Hogan incident (BATB 2000)

    So while I’m reasonably satisfied with what we got, I’d like to see a second volume. What I would have really liked was a Top 100 with 5 discs/3 blurays. Overall the biggest problem is too much cartoony stuff. I would have liked a more serious approach.

  12. Erik G. says:

    Not exactly what I was hoping for but some good stuff. Way too many repeats on the matches, though. As usual, WWE lets me down but there is some good stuff there. Hopefully the blu-ray exclusives are good and if there is a tiny chance of Vol.2 then maybe I will get everything I want.

  13. R&REXPRESS#1 says:

    Thought this was supposed to include material from the NWA days & I counted only 5 entries?? And of the best was left completely out….that being the fireball incident with Jim Cornette throwing it in Ronnie Garvin’s face in 1987. I’ll never forget that & it shoulda been on here.

    • Erik G. says:

      I was actually quite surprised at the amount of NWA content. Shock value wasn’t really a thing until 1995 or so.

  14. RCS1988 says:

    Funny they call Robocop the return of Robocop, when he only made 1 appearance, unless, he made an appearance that no one knows about. Interesting set.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Would’ve preferred more Nitro/Saturday Night/Thunder stuff on the content listing. Was hoping it’d be less PPV heavy since most of this is on the network already.

  16. Tommy D says:

    I love this DVD. I’m a huge fan of the Wrestlecrap stuff, and this is full of it. Human Torch, 49ers, Chamber of Horrors. The only thing that would make this better is if the Blu Ray has the Junkyard Hardcore Match and the match where Arquette wins the title.

  17. ALK says:

    Woo hoo, Robocop makes his WCW Blu Ray debut! XD

  18. LP1 says:

    Hopefully the Blu-ray extras include some more pre-Nitro era stuff. Windham turning on Luger and joining the Horsemen is the biggest omission I’m seeing on this set. The Road Warriors jamming the shoulder pads spike into Dusty’s eye. Kerry Von Erich winning the NWA Title from Flair. Randy Savage showing up on WCW Saturday Night for the first time. Flair getting fired in 1991. There’s a lot of moments that could’ve(and should’ve been included).

  19. Mr Hesse says:

    Sounds like a must buy.

  20. CMW says:

    Other incidents I forgot about, that I’m surprised is not on here is the Russo speech & Jarrett/Hogan “match” from Bash at the Beach 2000.

  21. Marcio says:

    Can’t wait to order in some pizza and watch this set! Looks great good old days!

  22. King1111 says:

    We all knew what #1 was going to be

  23. PND says:

    Arquette winning is “World Champion Actor” from 4/26/00

    I want to see this but I’m not sure it’s something I want to own.

  24. CMW says:

    I’m surprised that David Arquette winning the world title, and Mike Awesome showing up while ECW champion are not on here. Maybe Blu-Ray extras?

    • David says:

      Thats possible. I could also that tag match from Thunder were Arquette won the title as a Blu-ray exclusive.

  25. Daniel says:

    Apart from the matches this is a great set. I plan on getting it

  26. SRB says:

    Some good matches here, but for the most part, nothing great and plenty of segments we’ve seen many times before.

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