FULL Match Listing for WWE ‘Sting: Into The Light’ DVD & Blu-Ray

July 29, 2015 by Mark D

WWE Sting - Into The Light DVD Match List

Today, right here exclusively at WrestlingDVDNetwork.com, feast your eyes on the complete content listing planned for WWE’s upcoming Home Video release – “Sting: Into The Light“.

With more than 20 career-spanning matches, a documentary feature and additional extras on top, ladies and gentlemen – this is the content of Sting’s WWE DVD/Blu-ray!


Australian fans, look out for the new “Sting: Into The Light” DVD/Blu-ray at WWEDVD.com.au – coming October 7th and available to pre-order soon!


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  • Now or Never
  • NWA Clash of the Champions – March 1988
  • California Kid
  • Driving to Success
  • WCW Great American Bash – July 1990
  • WWE Consumer Products
  • Franchise
  • Black and White
  • WCW Starrcade – December 1997
  • WWE Community Relations
  • Moment of Truth
  • The Last Nitro – March 2001
  • WWE Digital Media
  • A Transformation
  • WWE Executive Management
  • WWE Survivor Series – November 2014
  • Signed
  • WWE WrestleMania XXXI – March 2015

WWE - Sting Early Facepaint



  • Talker
  • Inner Circle
  • Hulk-A-Dear
  • Getting Chased at the Mall
  • WCW SuperBrawl ’91
  • SharpDeathShooterLock?
  • Rappelling
  • Shake
  • IGN Visit
  • Behind the Scenes: ID Shoot
  • WrestleMania XXXI Axxess

WWE - Sting USA Facepaint

The Freedom Fighters vs. David Johnson & The Invader
Memphis Wrestling • November 1985

The Blade Runners vs. Tracey Smothers & Ricky Gibson
Mid-South Wrestling • March 2, 1986

UWF Tag Team Championship Match
Sting & Rick Steiner vs. Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner
Universal Wrestling Federation • May 29, 1987

NWA World Heavyweight Championship Match
Ric Flair vs. Sting
Clash of the Champions • March 27, 1988

Sting vs. The Great Muta
WCW / NJPW SuperShow • March 21, 1991

WCW World Tag Team Championship Match
The Steiner Brothers vs. Lex Luger & Sting
WCW SuperBrawl • May 19, 1991

Submit or Surrender Match
Sting vs. Cactus Jack
WCW Power Hour • November 23, 1991

WWE - Sting with Baseball Bat


King of Cable Tournament Match
Sting vs. Rick Rude
WCW Clash of the Champions XXI • November 18, 1992

WCW International World Heavyweight Championship Match
Sting vs. Vader
WCW Slamboree • May 22, 1994

Sting vs. “Stunning” Steve Austin
WCW Saturday Night • April 8, 1995

Sting vs. Hulk Hogan
WCW Monday Nitro • November 20, 1995

“Winner gets both WCW Tag Team Titles”
Sting vs. The Giant
WCW Great American Bash • June 14, 1998

WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Sting vs. Goldberg
WCW Monday Nitro • September 14, 1998

WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Sting vs. Diamond Dallas Page
WCW Monday Nitro • April 26, 1999

WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Sting vs. Bret “Hit Man” Hart
WCW Monday Nitro • October 18, 1999

Sting’s WWE Debut
Survivor Series • November 23, 2014

Sting vs. Triple H
WrestleMania XXXI • March 29, 2015

WWE - Sting's WrestleMania Entrance

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NWA World Tag Team Championship Match
Sting & “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes vs. Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard
Clash of the Champions • June 8, 1988

King of Cable Tournament Match
Sting vs. Flyin’ Brian Pillman
WCW Saturday Night • November 7, 1992

Sting vs. Scott Steiner
WCW Monday Nitro • May 27, 1996

WCW United States Championship Tournament Match
Sting vs. Booker
WCW Spring Stampede • April 16, 2000

Triple H and Sting: Face-to-Face Confrontation
Fastlane • February 22, 2015

Sting Speaks!
RAW • March 23, 2015

WWE - Sting on the Microphone


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  1. Ricardo Aguilera says:

    Should have added vs lex luger superbrawl2 vs vader strap match vs
    Scott hall uncensored 1998 falls count anywhere match vs Bret Hart fall brawl 99 his last wcw world heavyweight championship reign and heel turn vs William regal great American bash 96 hell of an match vs ddp wcw world heavyweight championship match from 98 & 99 awesome matches both of them

  2. Isrs4life says:

    Some how I thought I got Sting – Into the light early this weekend
    But I see that it came out last tuesday Oct 6 in canada. But my local
    Wal-mart had 7 copies and I got the best one or it arrived where I live
    abit late then the original release date it was like that last year with
    the best of Sting.

  3. Mongoose Wizard says:

    Who’s ready to see another Sting set come out in 2016!

  4. Anan says:

    Nice set. Already preordered it prior to reading the full contents. That said, there’s some things missing that I wish were here. But it’s a long list because when I first heard about a Sting set, I made a wishlist of what I wanted to be on there. I’ll just state some things from that list:

    October 21 1996 – Sting takes out Fake Sting and talks his last words “The real Sting may or may not be in your price range. The only thing that’s for sure abut Sting is nothin’s for sure.”

    November 11 1996 – Sting watches as Jeff Jarrett says Sting “fumbled the ball at Fall Brawl.”

    The Sting Army segment – I think this was in 1997

    Sting Hits The Death Drop On Fake Sting (this was when The Steiners called Sting out, but two Sting’s came through the crowd with the fake one chewing gum.”

    Sting vs Rick Steiner – December 1996

    WCW Title Vacated – Sting gives the WCW Title to Dillion on the Thunder episode after Starrcade and speaks for the first time in over a year saying “You’ve got no guts. And you, you’re a deadman.”

    A Look At Sting – Great video package where various talent comment on Sting

    Michael Cole interviews Michael Hayes and Arn Andersen about Sting.

    Sting helps Orton and does a Network Exclusive interview

    Sting interview about his future the night after WM31.

    I know Sting’s a private man. Bu it’d have been nice if it touched on his life before he got into wrestling (the usual growing up chapter) and outside the ring (being Christian in 98, whether he intended to stay retired after WCW ended, his family, etc)

  5. Joe Young says:

    I was expecting the half of the set to be matches with just Flair, lol. They should’ve included his Superbrawl II match against Luger though.

    • Anan says:

      If they ever do another Rivalries set like Bret vs HBK, then Sting vs Flair would definitely work. That Bret vs HBK set IMO would not be as great as it was not the interview not been done with both men and would’ve been even less had the interview not been done at all.

      Sting and Flair are currently still alive and as far as I know on good terms with WWE. It’s a shame WWE isn’t likely to call JR for the interview as he was there commentating when Sting became a star in the industry the night Flair made him one. Then again, they might make an exception for this one if the set is ever released.

      With all the great rivalries, it’s a shame there’s been no set on one after Bret vs HBK or no new episode of WWE Rivalries or WM Rewind for that matter in seemingly forever.

  6. Steven Jackson says:

    This looks like a really good set about Sting. Unfortunately, because my DVD collection is big, I already have a lot of the matches on other sets. I will get this one eventually, but unlike Sting’s first collection (that I bought straight away), I am a little disappointed.

    A good job, but could have been a lot better.

  7. Manuel says:

    I see 5 repeats: VS Flair (BEST OF CLASH), VS Goldberg (GOLDBERG), VS DDP (Best of Nitro vol 1), VS The Giant (nWo), w/Dusty VS Anderson/Blanchard (BEST OF CLASH). Am I missing any? Still, I think it will be a good buy!

    • David says:

      The ones that are really complaining about repeats are the people that buy every single DVD and Blu-ray with a WWE logo stamped. This sort of DVD/Blu-ray main selling point is the documentary and the matches are supplementary and/or bonuses. If people want unreleased Sting matches get the first set. I think this and the first one go well together.

      • Anan says:

        Valid point. A lot of times, though not always, the documentary is the main selling point for me. And I’m for sure not the only one as the same can be said for many.

      • Foley is Good says:

        Agree 100% with you. WWE is pretty good at making multiple sets of a wrestler combine into one giant narrative of their career. I felt the same of the Mick Foley sets. I also felt WWE 50 and The Best of Madison Square Garden went together nicely.

  8. RabidHeat says:

    There’s no chance of these Hogan matches announced for upcoming DVDs are going to be pulled are there? I hope not, I mean I get not releasing a feature on him, but for historical reasons I hope his matches are okay to be buried away on these releases.

  9. Grizzly Dave says:

    For a legend with nearly 30 years to his name, the match selection is p*ss poor. I’m deeply offended that the match choice are mostly repeats or matches that aren’t properly thought out.


  10. Jammer says:

    I get why some repeats have to be on this. Sting vs. Flair from the Clash for example, but Sting vs. The Giant is on the NWO DVD, and honestly…. it’s not a good match. But I know why it’s there, because The Giant is The Big Show and he is a WWE guy so he makes the cut.

    It’s too bad that Eddie Guerrero never worked Sting, because you know if he did it would have to make the cut too! *sigh*

    Matches I would have liked on here are…

    vs. Luger SuperBrawl 2 (with Ventura commentary)
    War Games Wrestle War 92 (with Ventura commentary)
    vs. Vader SuperBrawl 3 (with Ventura commentary)
    vs. Harlem Heat (Lex and Sting win the WCW Tag Titles on Nitro 1996)

    I will still get this DVD set though, but the matches just don’t seem that great.

  11. NickP says:

    The first time I read these chapters in an earlier column I thought they were WWE errors but again I see chapters like community relations, consumer products, digital media, and executive management. I am curious to see what those are all about on a Sting career bio.

    • MrZ says:

      I’m assuming the doc will go back and forth between Sting’s career and him meeting with WWE, going to different parts of their headquarters, seeing the merch ideas they had, sitting down with Vince and Tripl H, etc.

  12. RnRisKing says:

    I’m gonna pre-order it on blu ray today.

  13. Matt says:

    Am I reading right that there aren’t blu-ray exclusive stories? That is my favorite part of blu-ray releases.

  14. josh says:

    It looks good to me. Whether it has a lot of repeats or not, it still looks like it’s going to be a good set. I’m going to pick up a copy. I’m a very big fan of Sting.

  15. clement savignac says:

    I hate the fact they put vs vader from slamboree instead of the not yet realese superbrawl strap match ..i feel they are acting lazy ..and why no lex from brawl 2 ?!!!

  16. James says:

    Good listing. Although, I’m hoping for a volume 2 of WCW’s Greatest PPV Matches which would include his Superbrawl matches against Lex Luger and Big Van Vader.

  17. Todd Cash says:

    A lot of repeats…but when put together with the best of Sting from last year…makes for a pretty good career retrospective…still gonna be a blu ray first day purchase…cuz it’s Sting!

  18. rob says:

    Are you kidding? Correct me if im wrong but this must be one of the releases with the most repeats EVER!

    • Tommy D says:

      Top 25 Rivalries had only 2 new matches out of over 20.

      • John says:

        Yup, Top 25 Rivalries has to be the most disappointing release so far, I waited until Top 25 Rivalries was on sale for $10 to get it because that is what it is worth due to the amount of repeats and only 2 new matches on the set