RAZOR WEEK: Ladder Match Confirmed for Scott Hall DVD, WWE Changing Bischoff Cover Artwork

March 17, 2016 by Daniel Bee

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WrestlingDVDNetwork.com‘s RAZOR WEEK continues and it’s Oozing Machismo!

In case you missed any of it, hit the link above to see the rest of our daily content teasers for “Living on a Razor’s Edge – The Scott Hall Story”. The new WWE DVD and Blu-ray set will hit stores in July with a documentary, additional stories, nearly 30 matches, and more extras.

Today’s reveals… well, one of them is a certain Ladder Match. We’re not too sure if you have seen it before, and if you haven’t then you are sure to be in for a very special treat…



Ladder Match
Scott Hall vs. Bam Bam Bigelow
WCW Monday Nitro • January 25, 1999

— Scott Hall vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin
WrestleMania X-8 • March 17, 2002

— Razor Ramon vs. “Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase
SummerSlam • August 30, 1993

— The Diamond Studd & Oz vs. Z-Man & Big Josh
WCW Power Hour • September 28, 1991

Ladder Match for the Intercontinental Championship
Razor Ramon vs. Shawn Michaels
WrestleMania X • March 20, 1994

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Get your copy of the WWE “Living On A Razor’s Edge” DVD or Blu-ray…

UK/Europe: July 4th. Pre-orders coming soon here on Amazon.co.uk.

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Australia: TBA. Pre-orders coming soon via Madman.com.au.

The cover artwork for “Eric Bischoff: Sports Entertainment’s Most Controversial Figure” was revealed last month. However, we’ve just received word that it’s about to change!

It’s speculated that WWE were not happy with how it turned out so are going “back to the drawing board”. Below is a look again at the original artwork we have now. The Eric Bischoff DVD/Blu-ray will release in June worldwide; it’s up for pre-order here in the US and here in the UK.

An update to the cover should be unveiled this week or next – we’ll keep you posted.

WWE Eric Bischoff: Sports Entertainment's Most Controversial Figure DVD - Cover Artwork

“NXT Greatest Matches Vol. 1” released earlier this week… to great demand!

Amazon.com ran out of stock of the DVD and Blu-ray multiple times this week and currently has both of them on back-order. Customers are therefore experiencing a delay with their order.

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Also released alongside the new NXT DVD was “Back to the Territories – Destination: AWA”.

The Kayfabe Commentaries series made its return with host Jim Cornette who is this time joined by special guest Greg Gagne to tell the story of the American Wrestling Association.

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  1. RabidHeat says:

    Lord knows WWE have annoyed me with an infinite number of their decisions over the years, but I actually applaud them for this one. No disrespect to the artists as I can see that their intentions were good, but it’s a classic case of over-thinking things and trying too hard, and as one reader said on another article the other day, getting too “cute” with it.

    Even if they’re going for the newspaper idea, they could have made it look more authentic and distressed, with some text behind the photos for some kinda faux-news column about Bischoff (like the Guns N’ Roses ‘GnR Lies’ or John Lennon’s ‘Some Time in NYC’ covers). The first thing I thought when I saw the cover was how odd it is to have that main picture of Bischoff standing, then have that small picture of his head right next to it. It’s so awkward.

    I think a black and white photo of Bischoff’s face with the title above would be all that’s needed. Think the ‘nWo Revolution’ cover, or the WWE-produced ECW themed releases. All simple, yet effective.

  2. me says:

    I would have preferred Razor/Bigelow from Coliseum Video 1994 and Austin/Hall from the 4/8/02 Raw to these choices. Maybe if there is a The Kliq Rules Vol.2 we will get them and the SummerSlam 95 ladder match everyone wants.

  3. captainplanet says:

    Wow, that’s really cool that Hall & Nash had a pre-Outsiders, pre-WWF tag team match together! I had no idea. Love finding that kind of stuff on the DVD releases.

  4. d.p. says:

    Sorry but that WMX ladder match is the most over exposed/re-released match in their DVD vault. Hell, it’s on the Kliq DVD that came out around a year ago that Hall was heavily featured on while their other SummerSlam has only been released once going on almost a decade ago. That would have been a better choice here.

    Also WWE kills me with their DVD covers, they don’t like the “newspaper” cover playing off him being controversial but had no issues with not having any WCW talents/images on their WCW related sets (Top 50 & Monday Night Wars). To quote Mean Gene, “Gimmie A Break!”

    • RabidHeat says:

      I think it’s more a case that the ‘Mania X ladder match should not have been released on loads of other sets (random match compilations, etc.), but it absolutely should be part of both a Shawn Michaels or a Scott Hall set. I think it certainly needs to be on this set since it is the defining moment of Scott Hall’s career. And know, I don’t think it should have been the hard-camera version either as the commentary is needed to get over what a big match it was for both guys in this context.

    • Todd Cash says:

      I agree with dp…give me a break already…the first monday night wars cover was decent enough but the second one wtf know your role with only the rock on the front part…smh…and dont even get me started on the omg vol2 top 50 wcw moments cover…

  5. ry says:

    The 95 summerslam match probably won’t be on this set cause he lost the match

  6. Jeff Copeland says:

    well that 1 guy got his wm 10 match aka ITS ON LIKE 25422543534 other dvds lol 😛 !!

    as far as the hall bam bam match ehh they could of just skipped it and added the tag match from superbrawl mask vs hair but they never show rey unmasked yet he is on the network so… O.o!!!!

    so far pretty good dvd yet as far as summerslam 95 ladder match why does that one get ignored so much?? its only been on the ladder match vol 1 and that might be it?? Its such a underrated ladder match in my and maybe few others oppions

    • Paul Timmons says:

      They showed rey mysterio unmasked on the Kevin Nash vs Jeff Jarrett match from The Best of The Great American Bash set

      • Jeff Copeland says:

        ohhh but i mean like in a match they have never released anything pre 99 00 01 wcw rey unmasked that was 1st big moment really

        • Dale says:

          Not sure why it’s a big moment. Mysterio doesn’t wanna remember it and plus, he looked like a 12 year old without a mask on.

  7. jeremy says:

    Does anyone know why bestbuy.com has the sting bluray and danial bryan among others listed for 34.99 saying they are new with a release date of 2-26 are these special editions

  8. Paul Timmons says:

    The bam bam bigelow ladder match was on the best of WCW nitro – volume two.

  9. Alan Shore says:

    The idea of WWE changing the Bischoff artwork because they’re not happy with it seems pretty laughable considering some of the shit they’ve put out over the years.

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  11. Jammer says:

    Apparently the SummerSlam 95 ladder match has never taken place according to the people who put together these WWE DVD matches.

    The Wrestlemania X ladder match now just comes off so over rated with it being on so many WWE releases over the past 10 years. I actually skip over that match now when it appears, since I felt I have seen it so many unneeded times.

    • David says:

      Considering its a DVD on Scott Hall/Razor Ramon and he won the IC title at WMX in MSG it makes sense to include it.

      Not everyone buys every single WWE DVD/Blu-ray released (except if you’re Gemini888)

      • RCS1988 says:

        Actually Ramon went into Mania 10 as champion. The title wasn’t vacant. I’m surprised that it’s not the hard camera version of this match.

    • The SummerSlam 95 Ladder Match is on the 1st Ladder Match DVD that WWE put out in 2007.

  12. Mark Markson says:

    Not that excited about todays matches. The WM X match just had to be included, didn’t it? I like the match, just annoying it has to be included on so many DVD sets.

    • Jeff Copeland says:

      its like when they release a undertaker set or mankind or kane they just have to have the wm 14 match or the inferno match or as far as taker foley the hell in a cell match from 98

      they never released the survivor series 96 one on a dvd so eh wwe and repeats what are you gonna do

  13. James says:

    All right! Another Outsiders match 😉

  14. Lemo says: