EXCLUSIVE: Full Match Listing Revealed for WWE ‘Attitude Era Vol. 3 – Unreleased’ DVD & Blu-Ray

April 13, 2016 by Mark D

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Today here at WrestlingDVDNetwork.com we’re excited to announce the FULL content listing of “Attitude Era Vol. 3 – Unreleased”.

As you found out during ATTITUDE WEEK, WWE is filling up the third DVD in the series with solely unseen footage from the era — “dark” matches from RAW, non-televised matches from PPVs, house show matches, and more moments never unearthed before… that is, until now!

Latest word is that the 7 hour DVD (8 hour Blu-ray) will be made available to fans in the UK first on August 8th and follow to fans in the United States just one day later on August 9th.

So, exclusively below is the complete list of 30 “never-before-seen” matches…

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WWE Live

An Iconic Era

Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Bret “Hit Man” Hart
Germany • April 1996

Undertaker and Mankind Rivalry

The Undertaker vs. Mankind
[Non-Televised] In Your House: Good Friends, Better Enemies • April 28, 1996

WWE Travel

The Undertaker & Bret “Hit Man” Hart vs. Owen Hart & The British Bulldog
Kuwait City, Kuwait • May 12, 1996

GTV – Persian Gulf War

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

Unique MSG Moment

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

GTV – Meeting Ultimate Warrior

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


WWE Championship Match
Shawn Michaels vs. Goldust
[Non-Televised] In Your House: Buried Alive • October 20, 1996

GTV – Goldust?

Shawn Michaels vs. Mankind
[Non-Televised] In Your House: It’s Time • December 15, 1996


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

Chainsaw Charlie Debut

The Nation of Domination vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Undertaker, Cactus Jack & Chainsaw Charlie
[Non-Televised] RAW • December 29, 1997

Superhero vs. Villain

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
The Rock vs. Ken Shamrock
Anaheim, CA • March 13, 1998

Cactus Jack in the Garden

Falls Count Anywhere Match
Cactus Jack vs. Billy Gunn
Madison Square Garden • March 22, 1998

The Game Steps Up

Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Triple H
Madison Square Garden • March 22, 1998

GTV – Frosted Tips

Triple H vs. The Big Show
Madison Square Garden • June 26, 1999

WWE Expansion

The Dudley Boyz vs. Test & Albert
Wall St, New York City, NY • October 25, 2000

Final Thoughts

GTV – Are We Done?


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

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

The Undertaker, Goldust & Ahmed Johnson vs. The Nation of Domination
[Non-Televised] RAW • March 17, 1997

Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Undertaker
Toronto, ON, Canada • June 14, 1997

Shawn Michaels & Triple H vs. The Legion of Doom
Uniondale, NY • October 24, 1997

Stone Cold Steve Austin & Cactus Jack vs. The Rock & D’Lo Brown
Madison Square Garden • January 10, 1998

Stone Cold Steve Austin, Cactus Jack & Chainsaw Charlie vs. The Rock & The New Age Outlaws
Meadowlands, NJ • February 22, 1998

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

Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Undertaker
Madison Square Garden • June 26, 1999

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


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WWE Championship Match
Shawn Michaels vs. Mankind
Madison Square Garden • January 25, 1997

Triple Threat Match for the WWE Championship
Undertaker vs. Bret “Hit Man” Hart vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin
Anaheim, CA • June 28, 1997

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

Ken Shamrock & Owen Hart vs. Faarooq & D’Lo Brown
Meadowlands, NJ • February 22, 1998

Dog Collar Match
Road Dogg vs. Mr. Ass Billy Gunn
Meadowlands, NJ • July 31, 1999


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  1. Cherie Smith says:

    Just curious if anyone owns Attitude Era :Unreleased yet am considering it but concerned as to video quality any help or advice will be greatly appreciated thanks and God bless

  2. Ricardo Aguilera says:

    I like the matches it just sucks there’s no commentary that would have been good at least at I like the fact that these matches has never been released on other DVD’s or blu Ray’s

  3. Jimmy says:

    96 and 97 were the start of the attitude era, you could see the shift here. Been watching since 1990, I’ll get it because this time of change was the best part until the actual era which was really Austin……plus as said above the taker stuff alone is worth it.

  4. Anan says:

    While it’s wrong of WWE to deceive fans, it’s not the first time they’re doing that. How many times have WWE said work hard pays off, maximize your time and you’ll get an opportunity or whatever lie they keep saying while at the same time hold back or release talent who do that and more such as Zack Ryder, Sandow, Ziggler, Cesaro while pushing talent they support or invest in such as Roman Reigns, Orton, Cena, etc? Like JTG in a recent interview, doesn’t matter how hard you work. You could be the hardest worker in the company. But if you’re not “the chosen one”, you’re going nowhere. How hard of a worker is Cesaro? How hard of a worker is Ziggler? Using YouTube, Ryder got himself over. Sandow got himself over too. Yet, three of them are held back and one of them was held back prior to being recently released.

    However they are right in having Unreleased as part of the set’s title as this set does include unreleased material and I’ll get it for that reason. Plus it’s got a lot of unreleased Taker matches, the most I’ve seen on a set aside from his Tombstone DVD set.

  5. SCSA says:

    Why the hell can’t they just add the first hell in the cell match between Shawn Michaels & the Undertaker?!

    • Ryan Johansson says:

      Because it’s the Attitude Era: UNRELEASED if you had actually read it.

      • SCSA says:

        Hey, I’m not exactly talking about a match from the present era! This match took place on Oct 5th 1997 (in between other matches listed on the content list). As for the UNRELEASED thing, well it’s about time they released the first HELL IN A CELL match on Blu-Ray!

  6. Bob says:

    I remember seeing pictures and reading results of some of the dark PPV matches in the old WWF magazine, because they included them in the result articles of PPVs

  7. This sounds good especially that some are from untelevised shows.

  8. Ryan Johansson says:

    The first 2 Attitude Era Releases were an easy yes just like the upcoming Hardcore Championship release. This one not so much. No matches from 2001, 2 from 2000 (on the same show!) and 96-97 has twice as much content as the actual attitude era years. May as well just wait an extra month and get the Hardcore Championship which exemplifies the Attitude Era perfectly.

  9. josh says:

    I also will have to say no to this. I totally agree with how the fans are getting deceived by it. Doesn’t look like anything that will interest me.

  10. Brad Attitude says:

    This set clearly isn’t the Attitude Era. it’s not nice to deceive the fans like this. Like someone else mentioned below, this is more like a Best of 1996 meshed together with parts of The Attitude Era leaving out a majority of 1997, 1999, 2000 and with no mention of 2001.

    I’m gonna have to say a big NO to this.

  11. Ryan Johansson says:

    I hope there is commentary on at least some of the matches. Whether it’s original or newly recorded commentary. It’s gonna be hard to sit through if these are low-quality without any commentary. Man I hope there aren’t any matches recorded on cellphones or anything like that.

    • LP1 says:

      Cell phones with cameras weren’t even a thing yet in the late 90s. So you won’t have to worry about that. As far as commentary, if any of them were to have original commentary it would most likely be the dark matches from the In Your House ppvs, but that’s not definite. It’s also possible the Raw dark matches could have commentary, but again, that’s not definite. The house show matches and overseas matches almost certainly have no commentary. Could they add up to date commentary? Sure. But it would be weird watching late 90s matches with today’s commentators.

      • VintageSimon says:

        Some of the overseas matches do have commentary. The Kuwait matches from May 1996 had Jim Ross & Gorilla Monsoon commentating. There’s a really poor quality version of the Michaels/Austin match that you can check out on YouTube.

        On another note, I only realised last night that there are two Steve Austin vs. Triple H house show matches within ten days of each other (March 13 and 22). Hope they’re not too similar.

        • LP1 says:

          That’s right. I forgot about the Kuwait tour. They had commentary because a lot of those matches were taped for a Coliseum Video release later that year. Not every match made it onto the VHS release though.

      • Ryan Johansson says:

        Well I know the Owen vs Warrior much is on Youtube that someone recorded with their camcorder and it is almost impossible to watch. I hope there is nothing like that and that WWE is using all stuff they recorded.

  12. Jeff Copeland says:

    hua! i am torn on this one. i am glad for rare older matches from 96 97 but i think we should of gotten more 2000 or 01 stuff but that’s just me.

    i think the name attitude era is a bit of a stretch but maybe come thanksgiving black friday time if its on sale might be worth it.

    I GOT A QUESTION is walmart gonna do there wm sale this year or no cause so far the best buy did not have the sale that was posted.

    • Justin says:

      I dont think Walmart did this year. Twords the beginning of the year, Walmart did have a $3.97 (i believe that was the price) sale on wrestling dvds. The Best of In Your House & The Road Is Jericho are two off the top of my head that were in it. Sad thing is the Walmart in my town didnt have the sale but one about 60 miles from me did.

  13. Jason says:

    This looks very awesome! I’ve actually heard of the hbk Bret sid 3 way match and always wanted to see it couldn’t believe what I was reading. Also. I’ve heard of lots of these non televised dark ppv matches and always wanted to see them. Lots of stuff I’ve never heard of here as well. This is a FIRST day buy for me! My ONLY lingering question is this. Is there commentary on these matches????????

  14. Steven says:

    Im torn on this one, I never did pick up Raw dark matches dvd probably wont pick this up unless its like for $5. Only a couple matches have my interest Taker v Mankind, HBK vs Mankind x2, and the cactus jack vs billy gunn falls count anywhere. Dont agree with the name, why not Unreleased Vol.1

  15. Big Cal says:

    Well, this will be the first (and only) “Attitude Era” set I’ll be picking up!

  16. Ryan Johansson says:

    Over half the matches aren’t even from the Attitude Era although I do like the idea of having the non-televised Dark matches from the In Your House events. I just wish there was more diversity in who they have on here as there are only about 4-5 matches not featuring Main Eventers/ Popular guys. Want to see more Shamrock, Owen, Gangrel, Steve Blackman, William Regal, etc.

    • David says:

      This has been said numerous times but there wasn’t an official start date of the Attitude Era but more of a gradual thing that was picking up as early as 1996. WWE were starting to get a bit edgy with storylines yet still had their cartoon characters but changes were happening.

      The WWE Attitude Era book mentions the beginning was 1996.

      • Ryan Johansson says:

        Well for me the Attitude Era was middle-late 97. I don’t mind the matches from 96 but I wish they had more late Attitude Era stuff like from 99-2001. There is only 2 matches from 2000 and none from 2001 so that’s a bit disappointing for me. Especially with all the matches featuring the same main Eventers.

  17. RabidHeat says:

    “WWE is filling up the third DVD in the series with solely unseen footage from the era”

    Lol, you mean:

    “WWE is filling up the 2nd disc of the set with solely unseen footage from the era … the first disc has no matches from the Attitude Era and the third disc only has 5 … and there are only 2 matches from the year 2000”

    I jest though, and I’m not complaining – I’ll still buy it because I love the rarity of the matches included. I just wish they’d called it “WWE Unreleased Matches 1996 – 2000”

    I think the guy who posted a few articles back is absolutely right: this is a mish-mash of two previous concept ideas on the survey from WWE: “Unreleased Matches” and “The Best of 1996”. I think WWE suddenly realised that sales of a “best matches” compilation of 1996 would’ve sunk like a stone.

  18. carlito huges says:

    anyone notice most of the matches are from either new York or new jersey?

  19. AD Degreez says:

    Gtv haha it was rumoured that it was goldust watching everyone so he could air their dirty laundry but jericho revealed on a podcast that they were gonna bring in Tom green (dude who plays with dead animals and shit) glad they just ended it.

  20. GEOLINK says:

    Wish there were a lot more from 1999-2001 period. Weird seeing ’96 on there, not that I’m complaining. Hopefully they make Vol. 4 with some more of the later AE period.

  21. Steven Jackson says:

    Excellent match listing for this set. I like how WWE have gone out of the box for this one and released a lot of matches I never knew even existed. I hope that these matches are as good as they look on paper!

    Looking forward to the cover art being released soon 🙂

  22. Domenic Ricci says:

    While most of these matches are not Attitude Era, I am not going to complain at all! WWE went the extra mile and decided to release matches that many of us have not seen before. Hopefully enough people buy this set so WWE could do more of these sets; i.e.: an Undertaker unreleased set.

    Btw, bring back the Fantasy Concept please!!

  23. AWK says:

    Any idea if there is new commentary on these since I assume none was done at the time?

  24. Paul Timmons says:


  25. Damon says:

    Really great matches! Ken Shamrock & Owen Hart vs. Faarooq & D’Lo Brown is a nice exclusive! I am excited for this set!

  26. AD Degreez says:

    This set is nothing like I expected I was thinking it would be mostly raw dark matches from 98 – 99…. But these matches have been pleasant surprises. Always good to get more unreleased hitman matches

  27. RnRisKing says:

    This set looks great, I’m definitely going to pre order mine.

    Looking forward to a NWA-WCW unreleased set. Hopefully WWE does it.

  28. Indyfan says:

    Some people are such babies. Crying over great matches in 1996… 1996 was a good year in ring. I’d rather Stone Cold vs Bret Hart over any attitude era match on this set

    • LP1 says:

      Nobody is saying the matches from 1996 are bad matches. They just don’t fit with the theme of this release. Imagine hypotheticall if WWE were to release a “Best Matches Of The 1990s” home video and then find out that there’s matches from 1988 and 1989 on there. Kind of silly, right?

      • Indyfan says:

        It would be puzzling because 80s and 90s are completely different decades. Saying when the attitude era is or was can be a toss up. Some people say it only started in Nov 97. Some say it started in 98. I say it started when Stone Cold showed up.

        But I wouldn’t care if they released a best of 90s and I got a match from 89.

  29. Justin F says:

    Stupid that WWE focuses too much on 1996 when the Attitude Era didn’t start until 1997 at the earliest. That’s WWE stupidity for you.

  30. John says:

    I can’t believe we are finally getting those non-televised Shawn Michaels In Your House matches! I have always wanted to see these! I have not been this excited for a WWE release in a long time! And it comes out on my birthday! I know what I’m doing August 9th!

  31. Mike says:

    Very excited for this set. Now we just need to know which matches will have commentary and which ones, if any, will be just fan-cam footage.

  32. Mike says:

    Uh how did they not include anything from the Divas? They were a huge part of the attitude era. Huge miss on that by WWE

  33. Frank Lloyd says:

    I was excite for this but the mat listing made me go ah it looks ok, could have used more unique matches like we’ve seen stone cold-Bret and undertaker-mankind have been done to death. I’ll still get it but it’s little disappointed in it. When the hell will amazon put it up for pre order?

  34. Rich says:

    Is the person who runs GTV going to be revealed as the host of the DVD?

  35. Mwoodz says:

    Why do they always skip the best year 2000. And 2001 wasnt a bed year and that was still the attitude era.

    • John Peterson says:

      Its likely because Benoit was all over 2000 and early 2001.Shame too cause 2000 is my favorite year in WWE History.

  36. RCS1988 says:

    Indeed. I hope this is a major seller, then WWE will release more TV taping dark matches.

  37. LP1 says:

    17 of the 30 matches are pre-Attitude Era. There’s barely any representation of the year 2000. They need to make a volume 4 and focus more on 1999-early 2001. And with all that said, this is still a great release. The In Your House dark matches are the big draw for me.

  38. Marcio Costa says:

    This is going to be release of the decade wow!

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