You’ve reached the end of WrestlingDVDNetwork.com‘s week-long reveal of “never-before-seen” content on the next Attitude Era DVD — we hope you’ve enjoyed it as much as we have!
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Even better than finding out the unseen bouts WWE has planned for the set (almost 30 of them!) is actually watching them. “Attitude Era Vol. 3 – Unreleased” will hit stores in August; be sure to keep checking Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk for your chance to pre-order a copy.
It’s the last stop of this special Attitudinal week and if you aren’t already massively pumped for this DVD/Blu-ray release, we’re sure after today’s exclusive reveals you will more than likely be having a BREAK DOWN, because right now it’s all about D-GENERATION X!
— WWE Championship Match
Shawn Michaels vs. Goldust
[Non-Televised] In Your House: Buried Alive • October 20, 1996
— Shawn Michaels & Triple H vs. The Legion of Doom
Uniondale, NY • October 24, 1997
— Triple H vs. The Big Show
Madison Square Garden • June 26, 1999
— Dog Collar Match
Road Dogg vs. Mr. Ass Billy Gunn
Meadowlands, NJ • July 31, 1999
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– Australia: May 18th. Pre-order the Dudleyz DVD now via Madman.com.au.
Following those damn Dudleyz, Eric Bischoff will be subject to WWE’s next Superstar-themed DVD release in June with “Eric Bischoff: Sports Entertainment’s Most Controversial Figure”.
This too will be be available as a DVD, Blu-ray, and Best Buy exclusive Steelbook Blu-ray.
New box art for all three versions is revealed below.
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This unusually long wait for more news is actually making me wish you would “bring back the FANTASY CONCEPT, please” – lol.
Where is Jay Chan, anyway? 🙂
As I feared, WWE screws this up.
I don’t think WWE screwed up at all.
Having no matches from 2000 and 2001? Having matches from 1996? Those are two things why I think this set is a slight failure.
Not sure about this set. Might wait till it comes out dvd see how the reviews for it are.
Is there going to be more from 2000? That was unarguably the height of the Attitude Era. Most successful money-wise, anyway.
I still can’t get over the fact the Ultimate Warrior is featuring on an Attitude Era DVD.
The DX matches looks meh
Brief clips of 2 of the matches on this set are here:
I’m guessing most of the house show matches will have been filmed from one handheld camera at ringside
It looks a bit like a strange mix of 2 releases that I believe were on the work schedule last year to perhaps make it this year, combined with the Attitude Era theme:
“Unreleased Matches”. And: “Best of 1996”. If I remember right it was advertised on here as possible releases.
While I definitely love anything unreleased, and obviously am a Attitude-Dude, I wish WWE would stay focus and not treat their fanbase as if we really do not know WWE’s history line..
That out of the way.. can’t wait to see the complete bluray content…and even more so: the actual blurays. 🙂
Any Beaver Cleavage matches?
By the way, am I the only that dreadfully has noticed that only 10 documentaries/compilations is planed for release by WWE this year compared to every past year with between 14 and 16 releases. Such an awful shame, as I seriously hoped it would go in the other direction. So many awesome titles still isn’t made, like one on Arn Anderson, Kurt Angle, Rick Rude, Jim Ross, Undertaker, Rob Van Damand Sabu, Battle Royals, Territorial Wrestling, History of the Tagteam Championship Belts + Womens, etc
Legends of Mid-South Wrestling? History of The Undertaker? Undertaker 21-1?
Any idea when the remaining eight matches will be revealed please?
Most likely tomorrow or Monday
?? Its never on a Saturday. Pretty much always get the full listing on a tuesday, maybe a Monday if we’re lucky
Come on WWE. The “Attitude Era” startet with the speech McMahon gave a couple of weeks after the Survivor Series 1997, about “the new direction” WWF would go from then on and would “stop insulting the fans intelligence”.
Isn’t there missing a lot from 2000 and 2001?
Quit complaining, if this DVD sells, then it will convince WWE to release more dark matches from TV tapings for their releases. When I heard about this, I would assume it would be matches that weren’t released on DVD/Blu-ray before but aired on TV, but I was wrong and I’m glad I was.
While I think this set is amazing as NONE of these matches have been released before, why are they calling it the Attitude Era? I mean, there are plenty of them on there, but there are many from 96-97 that are not from that era. However, if this set sells really well, then I could see WWE doing more unreleased sets, like the one for Undertaker.
The WWE is being a bit generous here at what they are calling “attitude era” apparently.
Too many shows from 1996. Not that I am complaining, but the Attitude Era really didn’t take place until 1997. The 1996 era was still reeking of “New Generation” days.
I’d tend to agree and also say that more of 2001 should be included as ‘Attitude’ if 1996 is.
No WM X ladder match?!?!?
The true start of the Attitude Era! This is a travesty!
Sorry to burst your bubbles, but that match have been on many DVD sets, so why would they release them again?
Anyways, damn they have too many pre-Attitude Era matches on here. That 1996 era was still New Generation and not that I’m complaining to see these rare matches but it doesn’t exactly scream Attitude Era at that year.
Lemo was joking.