List of 21 WWE DVDs Under Consideration for 2017, Even More Hardcore Title Matches Revealed!

April 28, 2016 by Daniel Bee

HARDCORE WEEK - WWE History of the Hardcore Championship DVD

More than 20 matches have already been named this week for WWE’s new Hardcore DVD. If you’ve missed any up to now then head to this link: HARDCORE WEEK.

Thanks for checking in with our exclusive daily reveals here at We’re unveiling content that WWE has selected for “The History of the Hardcore Championship: 24/7” DVD and Blu-ray coming later this year, out of the 50+ that made the cut!

As if the matches confirmed so far could get any more Hardcore, today’s reveals (another 7 of them!) step it up a notch because they are all ECW-inspired…



ECW was EXTREME, but after the company closed down in 2001 many of its stars headed to WWE where they became… HARDCORE!

Triple Threat Match for the Hardcore Championship
Tazz vs. Perry Saturn vs. Crash
RAW • April 17, 2000
WWE Hardcore Championship Belt
Hardcore Championship Match
Kane vs. Steven Richards
RAW • April 16, 2001

Hardcore Championship Match
Raven vs. Rhyno
Backlash • April 29, 2001

Hardcore Championship Match
Jeff Hardy vs. Rob Van Dam
Invasion • July 22, 2001

Hardcore Championship Match
Rob Van Dam vs. Tajiri
RAW • July 30, 2001

Hardcore Championship Match
Bubba Ray Dudley vs. Raven
RAW • April 15, 2002

Intercontinental Championship and Hardcore Championship Unification Match
Rob Van Dam vs. Tommy Dreamer
RAW • August 26, 2002

“The History of the Hardcore Championship: 24/7” will crash your DVD/Blu-ray collection this September. No pre-orders available yet, but keep checking and

HARDCORE WEEK - WWE History of the Hardcore Championship DVD, Raven


A new “Fan Council” consumer survey has been issued by the company and it reveals a boatload of new DVD and Blu-ray concepts under consideration for release next year.

Just some of the noteworthy DVDs listed include potential Superstar sets on Sycho Sid, Undertaker, Kurt Angle, and Rick Rude, collections of Unreleased matches, and compilations on the Tag Team Titles and Iron Man Matches. A special thanks goes out to WDN reader “odor31”.

See all of them below – be sure to vote for your favorites in the poll at the end of this article.

SID – The Ruler of the World
A documentary following Sid Vicious’ start in Memphis to WCW to WWE back to WCW. Sid and others involved discuss his rise to the top as well as behind the scenes stories about his controversial departures from both organizations, as well as his career threatening in-ring injury.

Mark Henry
Mark Henry has been a WWE Superstar for 20 years and is a former Olympian. This will look at Mark’s life and lengthy WWE career.

‘Million Dollar Man’ Ted DiBiase
Born into professional wrestling, Ted DiBiase’s legacy can be described as nothing short of “rich”! Learn the story of the Million Dollar Man from his beginnings in Mid-South Wrestling through his Hall of Fame commencement in 2010.

Black History in WWE
A look back at some of the great African Americans who blazed the trail for today’s current crop of talent. Profiles and matches featuring the likes of The Rock, Ron Simmons, Booker T, Junkyard Dog, Rocky Johnson & Tony Atlas, Mark Henry, and more.

From the Isle of Samoa: The Anoa’i Family Legacy
A documentary that follows the long lineage of the famous Samoan family that has created WWE Superstars like the The Rock, Roman Reigns, Wild Samoans, The Usos, and Rikishi.

Sheamus Experience
Get a chance to follow Sheamus around on his daily routine to find out what makes the Celtic Warrior tick. Listen to him as he recalls growing up in Ireland as a fan, to beating John Cena for the WWE Championship in his first year in the WWE.

Dustin Rhodes has been a mainstay in sports entertainment for nearly 30 years, transforming many times over that course. Whether as the cowboy son of the “American Dream” or the bizarre Goldust, Dustin has had a long, windy road to the present day.

Rhodes Stories: The Sons of The Son of a Plumber
Dusty Rhodes, Dustin Rhodes, Cody Rhodes. A father and two sons, three unique talents becoming superstars in three very different eras of sports entertainment. Get an inside look of their home life, what it was like growing up in Dusty’s household. See constantly grow and reinvent themselves, as they discuss each of their different characters and how they’ve attempted to adapt to changing audiences over the years. The scope of the matches included as extras will showcase the length of the impact of this family.

30 Years of Survivor Series
On Thanksgiving Day, thirty years ago, the WWE’s second pay-per-view event was born… this time with a new twist. In the early days, “teams of five strived to survive”, now learn the true story about how one of WWE’s staple events came to be from the people who lived it!

The ultimate story behind one of the most respected Superstars in the history of the WWE. Hear from the man himself, as he explains the biggest moments in his career.

WWE Rick Rude DVD - Under Consideration for 2017
WWE Sycho Sid DVD - Under Consideration for 2017

WWE Health & Fitness
In the same vein as the Hunter/Steph workout DVDs or DDP Yoga/P90X, different superstars are given the chance to discuss their workout regimen & diets. The superstar can then go through a workout of their own that the viewer can follow along with at home. Different superstars offer different workouts (Cena does arms, Kofi does cardio, Charlotte does yoga, etc.).

Epic Undercard
A look into the most popular superstars that get a great crowd reaction but aren’t usually in the main event. Miz, Dolph Ziggler, Kofi Kingston, Zack Ryder, Damien Sandow, Heath Slater, Fandango, R-Truth, Cesaro, Tyson Kidd… Extremely popular talents who have entertained fans for years but may not warrant an entire release just about themselves.

Greatest Hart Foundation Matches
The Hitman and The Anvil have provided WWE with so many great matches over their illustrious careers!

Rick Rude’s Most Ravishing Hits
Check out some of Rick Rude’s greatest matches from WWE and WCW as well as hidden gems from before he was “Ravishing!”

Rising Superstars
What better place to see the very best of Rising Superstars than on one collection. (Dean Ambrose, New Day, Rusev, Wyatt Family, Cesaro, Kevin Owens, Ryback and more)

Ultimate Warrior: Unreleased Matches
A collection of rare, unseen, and forgotten Ultimate Warrior matches never before released on DVD. 2017 marks 30 years since Warrior’s WWE debut.

Shawn Michaels: Unreleased Matches
A collection of rare, unseen, and forgotten Shawn Michaels matches never before released on DVD.

WWE Live In (City)- Chicago, Atlanta, Boston, Los Angeles!
A series of single-disc releases featuring some of the best matches that have taken place in a specific city. WWE Live in Chicago can include the Money In the Bank match between CM Punk & John Cena; Boston includes a rare Boston Garden match between Randy Savage & Ricky Steamboat. On-cameras discuss a little bit of the history of WWE in each city as well as setting up each match. These could be sold at live events in each city.

The History of the Tag Team Championship
This looks back at the long history of the WWE Tag Team Championships featuring the greatest matches for the titles.

Kurt Angle
Kurt Angle is the greatest “real athlete” in WWE history – watch a collection of his greatest matches and find out why!

Best of Iron Man Matches
The Iron Man match – the ability to perform in the ring for over an hour… Only a few have done it, and now here is your chance to own the complete set of WWE Iron Man Matches!

Though NOT confirmed at this stage there are also rumblings that WWE mentioned a new “Unseen Matches 1986-1995” set on a separate survey, along with a Volume 2 of “NXT Greatest Matches” and DVDs on Andre the Giant, Bruno Sammartino, and even CM Punk!

Out of the ones that definitely appeared, choose 2 in the poll below that you’d most like to see:

Which **TWO** of these potential 2017 WWE DVD sets would you most like to see released?

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  1. Dennis winship says:

    I met Sid vicious in saugus and got his autograph.Dennis winship lynn,,Massachusetts

  2. Ronald says:

    Anthology set of full episodes of WWE heat

  3. Mike says:

    I’d like to see The hardy Boyz ultimate Collection

  4. Michael ganewski says:

    How about the anoai family dvd Andre the giant

  5. Eric says:

    I would definitely like to see a compilation of “The Rockers” matches on blu-ray. Also, more Undertaker, Warrior, and Shawn Michaels. The best of Saturday Night’s Main Event and also some of the best tag team wrestling on blu-ray. That’s all I have to say. thank very much.

  6. clint says:

    full KOTR dvd set!

  7. clint says:

    i just want to see Sat Night Main event & Clash of the Champions full dvd sets!

  8. Joshua Cantu says:

    Later down the line I’d love to get a “Womens Revolution” Blu Ray release. With the big pool now of talent from the women puttin on great matches I’d love to get a DVD of that.

  9. Endri says:

    Warrior and harr foundation

  10. Billzebub says:

    Sgt slaughter and Andre the giant and more roddy piper or bob backlund

  11. Sid says:

    I wish they would have the Freebirds,80’s,part2 Matches of WCCW,NWA,AWA,UWF/Mid-South,80’s WWF,Other Territories,Jesse”The Body”Ventura,& Other Mega-Stars.

  12. Sid says:

    I just think that coming out with another Randy Orton, Brock Lesnar, Undertaker without him talking about his history and thoughts, No moreJohn”Superman” Cena DVD’s for another 10 years.I like everyone except Cena who can’t wrestle and ruined wrestling for making the call about the WWE being PG.I Hate Cena because I’ve never missed any wrestling episodes on TV.from 1984 till 2013.OR when CM Punkin Left.Cena is the biggest ass kisser to the right people and Nikki Bella is stupid for being with a known cheater even when he was married. He ruined us watching Mickie James and I’m glad she’s back from wrongful termination and screwed a lot of other Divas.So a wrestler that Vince McMahon turns a blind eye on Cenal & Triple H or “Vince McMahon Jr.” I should say, The WWE is looking like the dying days of WCW.Steve Austin, Shawn Michael’s don’t like to watch it anymore, just like me and if nothing exciting happens soon,WWE will be no more. God those 10 announcers Suck.Not 1 of them can replace Jim Ross or any good ones behind JR and the King will never be replaced.For example Michael Cole still sucks.Whatever did they see in him.And JBL too with all those new announcers sucks.Whatever too.I don’t know what the referee’s names are either. And the 2016 Hell in the Cell put me sleep 3 times

    • WeaponX says:

      What the Hell are you talking about? You should get on your hands and knees and Thank John for continuing to wrestle for you ingrates, for if he does leave WWE is finished for good – and Yeah, That’s a Fact!!

  13. Sid says:

    I wish that the WWE would stop releasing the same wrestlers like Brock Lesnar for example. He already has a DVD about him that was released 3 years ago.And when he 1st.started wrestling,he only wrestled for what 2 years & now we have another DVD about himself that ever since he came back what he only wrestles on PPV./Network.So from his comeback till now wrestling equals less than before including his comeback. I like Brock,but again this is a example of why I won’t get his or others DVD’s.I would like it if WWE would make DVD’s on wrestlers from the 80’s-90’s.I would like to see The Freebirds,Jesse Ventura, JYD,&more of the NWA/WCW,WCCW,WWF,AWA,&The other territorys they talked about in Legends of Wrestling on the WWE NETWORK.Which they need to continue to work on wrestling from all the territories I’ve mentioned. But if coming out with 2nd.DVD’s on wrestlers I would add Andre the Giant,Roddy Pipers, AWA,UWF/Mid-South Watts,&NWA/byJCP.&WCCW.

  14. Joe A. says:

    None of the above finish the survivor series anthology

  15. Pablo says:

    The disrespect to Rick Rude career is cold. There are so many matches of him being entertaining. It’s like he never existed to them. Rick Rude DVD wwe is needed….

  16. EDWARD RUSH says:

    Kurt angle. The tag team championships. And the anoi. Family. Dvd

  17. Huul Giallos says:

    I voted for the “Rick Rude” documentary and the “History of the Tag Team Titles”.

    I actually got much more anxious about the “Kurt Angle” and “Undertaker” not making it high enough on the list, as these two titles are actually much more needed right now.

    But as Ric says below, How about that WAY overdue “Arn Anderson” documentary?
    And a “Battle Royal – Over The Top” compilation would also be very high on the list of badly needed releases, that I think everyone into wrestling can agree with me on.

    Plus please consider releasing “History of” sets for the rest of the belts too, as that would look so cool on the shelves. “Womens Championship Belt”, “Cruiserweight…”, “ECW…” and so on.
    But please also a “History of the Territorial Championship Belts”, as more history about all the long gone territories must be told.

    • Huul Giallos says:

      Oh, and “The Rich History of Jim Crockett Promotions and the Birth of WCW” idear by Mark D. also seems brilliant! 😉

  18. Sandra says:

    They should put out a DVD history of the greatest women in wee I think people would buy it.have it contain lots chnya Trish lit a etc

  19. Ric says:

    How about Arn Anderson?

  20. mark mcclune says:

    I’d like to see wcw complete anthology DVD sets starrcade,superbrawl great American bash,uncensored,sold out etc.definitely for the top DVDs to release would Sid and undertaker dvds.

  21. DJ says:

    I recall reading before Fabulous Moolah died (how long ago that was!) that the WWE went to her home and recorded 9 hours of interviews with her and Mae Young for a documentary on either their respective careers or women’s wrestling in general. And nothing seems to have ever come of that. I wonder why they are still sitting on that footage?

  22. Nelson says:

    We need a zack ryder dvd

  23. Rick Ferland says:

    I really wish they would release a definitive Eddie Guerrero blu ray set. Rude needs a set released. I vote for rude and undertaker.

    • Anan says:

      Didn’t WWE do a Eddie Guerrero doc in 2004 and then release a compilation set sometime after he passed?

      A Chyna set is well deserved. WOuld’ve been nice if they did a doc while she was still alive. But despite her passing on, it should still get done. She deserves it. Agree with you on Rude.

      Jake Roberts should have a proper doc on him. I found the 2005 one to be distasteful. Bossman, Booker T and Kevin Nash are deserving of having docs on them too.

  24. Joel Wayne says:

    They should release a Christian DVD.

    • Ryan Johansson says:

      Hell Yeah! The Hardyz, Dudleyz and Edge all got one so why not Christian!?

      • Anan says:

        Speaking of that trio of tag teams, a WWE Rivalries episode on their TLC matches as well as a Rivalries set with a sit-down interview similar to Bret/HBK would be a real seller and I’d be one of the buyers. For the interview to truly work though, I think all the participants in the rivalry should participate. But two of them – Jeff & Matt Hardy – are currently in TNA so maybe once they’re done there….

      • Jeff Copeland says:

        the only christian dvd was the TNA Instant Classic The best of Christian Cage!!

    • Anan says:

      A Christian doc is very appropriate considering as Ryan Johnson stated The Hardyz (Jeff actually got a set done on him only in 2008-2009), Edge and now the Dudleyz got theirs.

  25. Axl draven says:

    I wish they would put out a 3disic set for raven

  26. Domenic Ricci says:

    Ultimate Warrior – Unreleased seems like a lock for next year due to instinct, and YES I would buy that set.

  27. foley is good says:

    I picked Rick Rude and Goldust.

  28. Paul Timmons says:

    The good thing about this hardcore dvd is you get matches from the attitude era thru to the ruthless aggression era.

  29. Mongoose Wizard says:

    Love the top 6 selections so far, those were the ones I had trouble picking out. And this Hardcore DVD/Blu Ray is a complete must buy for me now!!

  30. AD Degreez says:

    Sid dvd would be awesome, very interested to hear about his incident with anderson. Taker dvd will be great hopefully a 3 disc blu ray makes you think he will be inducted next hof. Hardcore dvd is great aswell kind of like getting another attitude era release because I highly doubt we will see a volume 4

  31. RabidHeat says:

    While the Hardcore set is without a doubt good, I just think the 2001 WWF Hardcore DVD which I already have captured the spirit of the division just fine, and it kinda bugs me that there are some repeats from that. I’m not gonna buy the new set basically just to have some matches from 2002, most of which I have on the PPV Tagged Classics DVDs anyway.Plus I can watch the original DVD without sidebars. 🙂

    • Brad Attitude says:

      Just think of the upcoming hardcore dvd as an updated version from the one u got.

      WWE basically did the same thing with the Brock Lesnar dvd in 2003 and added more matches in his 2012 dvd/bluray set.

    • foley is good says:

      well that was 15 years ago. it is probably hard for new collectors to find a copy. this hardcoreblu ray is a must buy for me.

    • Ryan Johansson says:

      The 2001 Hardcore DVD which is basically only found on eBay. Also this is a Blu-Ray with over 50 matches and Extras.

  32. George Loki says:

    hardcore set is must have. The sets next year looks good-rude & dibiase are both overdue. I wouldn’t mind sid’s set. I don’t think a henry set would be good nor warrior unreleased matches. I mean ive seen two sets of warrior & not many classic matches by him. a kurt angle set could set up a return, which would be friggin awesome! OH ITS TRUE, ITS DAMN TRUE! goldy needs one too. peace out, loki in the 670

  33. Kevin Ngoun says:

    The Hardcore Championship DVD is getting to be a MUST HAVE in my collection. I haven’t collect much DVD’s in the last 4 or 5 years. The latest thing I have picked up was NXT Greatest Matches Vol. 1…

    As for the survey, I’d love for the TOP 3 as Kurt Angle released, Undertaker 4-5 Discs set, and Goldust. Goldust aka Dustin Runnels is long overdue for a set. His character is one of my all time favorite growing up.

  34. Anan says:

    Raven vs Rhyno from Backlash, Jeff Hardy vs RVD from Invasion! The match selection lists just keep getting better!

    I remember WWE putting out a fan survey on potential DVD’s sometime back before The Network launched. A lot of these names were on there. I distinctly remember Taker, Kane, Shane, Goldust, Ted Dibiase bein on that list. There’s topics I wanna be as the subject of WWE releases. But of the topics that are on the above list, I want:

    Mark Henry – As a longtime member of the roster, his story deserves to be told.

    Sid – Been wanting a Sid doc for a long time now myself.

    Dibiase – Same as Sid. A Dibiase doc was reportedly “in the works” a couple of years ago. No idea why it never materialized. But WWE would do good by releasing it.

    Goldust – Love to see a doc on Dustin with one or more chapters focusing on Goldust. Regarding the Rhodes Family set, better released had it been done while Dusty was still alive.

    History of Tag Team Championship – If it’s anything like the IC & the upcoming US Title release, it’ll be good!

    Kurt Angle – A doc on Kurt Angle makes a hell of a lot of sense. It’s true! It’s true!

    Undertaker – A long awaited career documentary like Stone Cold’s The Bottom Line set should be done after Taker enters the HOF so that like Austin’s set, the entire career will be covered in one doc.

    Topics not on the list: Docs on Kane, Vader, Booker T, Shane-O-Mac.

  35. Damon says:

    I voted for Rude and Dibiase which both are long overdue and deserving of their own sets

  36. me says:

    Oh man SID?! I would buy it definitely but its just funny. Sid was actually my favorite wrestler in 1996. There would be some good rare content though. Hopefully interviews too but not for the reasons you’d think….in other words for the camp value.

  37. Brad Attitude says:

    Yes, Raven vs,. Rhyno. I’m definetly gonna pick up the Hardcore DVD now 😀

    As for the DVD survey, I can’t imagine a DVD being produced for Sid or Mark Henry. Think they were both boring although a documentary for Sid on the WWE Network wouldn’t be so bad.

    However I’d love to see DVDs for Rick Rude, Ted DiBiase, Kurt Angle, The Hart Foundation as well as The History of the Tag Team Championshps.

  38. Lou says:

    Tag Team History & Ted Dibiase are my top two with Sid & Rude next

  39. NickP says:

    Undertaker is a must have and should be a 5 disc dvd/4 disc bluray.

    The Anoa’i set from a historical standpoint would make for a good set, with some rare matches.

    Some other projects that would be great would be:

    Over The Top – Wrestlings best battle royals

    Kickoff – Best pre show matches featuring free for all, kickoff, and unreleased pre show dark matches.

    Before WWE – WWEs biggest superstars before making it to the WWE, featuring matches of Bret hart, The Rock, HHH, Undertaker before WWE.

    Long shot is a complete doc on Hulk Hogan.

  40. Richard says:

    I’m left looking at this list and left scratching my head, thinking “What’s the point?” While the DVD format continues to die a slow death and the Network featuring more of the docs, I’m seeing less reason to do so many of these.

    Health & Fitness – Uh….ok?

    Sheamus – Interesting for a Network WWE/24 special but beyond that?

    Black History – Interesting, but this likely isn’t much we haven’t already seen before.

    Mark Henry – Another doc or mini-doc I’d like to see but perhaps again best suited for WWE 24 special.

    Rising Superstars and Epic Undercard – Uh….no.

    Iron Man matches – so you can include 10-15 matches? No thanks.

    WWE Live In – I really don’t see the point unless you’re gonna focus on famous venues and the city itself. This is more of a Network thing I think.

    Goldust – Rhodes: See Mark Henry/Sheamus.

    Ultimate Warrior – WWE really stretched out his “best” matches on his previous DVD set. Not much else to see.

    Hart Foundation – Is there a ton more that wasn’t covered ion the Hart & Soul documentary??

    Sycho Sid – See Epic Undercards.

    30 Years of Survivor Series – Half the doc about Undertaker, half the doc about Montreal? Sorry, no interest here.

    Tag Team titles – Possibly, but I’m not sure what direction this would take.

    DiBiase, HBK Unreleased and Rick Rude are all interesting ideas.

    Kurt Angle – A career spanning doc and compilation is a no brainer.

    Undertaker – a career spanning doc and collections with a new Undertaker interview, discussing his entire career. This is the holy grail of WWE DVDs.

  41. VKM says:

    I vote for a Best of Virgil.

  42. Mark Markson says:

    Voted for the unreleased sets featuring Warrior and Michaels. I love sets that doesn’t include repeats. Other than that, there are many sets that look interesting.

  43. CMW says:

    I would like to see a Best of Nitro Vol. 4 set. Just my opinion.

  44. Wrestlefan says:

    Rick rude PLEASE!!!!!! Also voted for Dibiase, but could have chosen tag titles, unreleased sets, harts and sid. If they do these it would be a great year of releases but please, please do RICK RUDE!!

    • Jeff Copeland says:

      Rick Rude is really last big name maybe besides Ted Dibasie are last big 2 names to not really get a big bio or even just matches dvd.

      Maybe Bossman ? now since we got Razor getting his own

  45. Will says:

    I wish I could have picked more also, but the two I went with were…….

    Rick Rude
    Sycho Sid

  46. Domenic says:

    I wish I could vote for more than two, but no more than five. I would pick…

    Kurt Angle
    Shawn Michaels – Unreleased
    Ultimate Warrior – Unreleased
    Rick Rude

    Honorable Mention: Best Of The Tag Titles/Iron Man

  47. Nick says:

    Voting only 2, went with Angle & DiBiase. Also would fully welcome HBK Unreleased, Goldust, Hart Foundation and a full Undertaker doc.

  48. Jeff Copeland says:

    for me if i had to pick 5 cause 2 aint enough I NEED 5!!! xD!!!! anyway i pick Goldust, Rick Rude Sycho Sid, Tag Titles and HBK

    As Far as Hardcore dvd o yeah this is indefinably on my list

  49. Steven says:

    Kurt Angle sounds good in theory however many of his great matches were with Benoit, same as the ironman set sounds good but the only ironman match I dont own is Benoit vs HHH 2004, needless to say probably wont make the cut. I would go with NXT Vol.2 for sure, and history of tag titles. Any word on if perhaps WCW Greatest PPV Matches Vol.2?

    Also that Hardcore 24/7 is looking like release of the year contender.

    • Jeff Copeland says:

      if they did a angle dvd it just be matches with a host like ? Jericho or Edge maybe someone who angle had a long feud with.

      as far as benoit on angle dvd EHhhhh maybe ? odds arnt good and the ironman dvd O GOD WHY!!!! hhh rock is already on the hhh dvd and lesnar angle is on the new lesnar dvd so why is ironman match dvd even a idea ?

  50. Ryan says:

    Any of these would be good, plus that unreleased match set from 1986-1995.

    Rick Rude
    Sycho Sid
    Shawn Michaels: Unreleased
    Hart Foundation

  51. RCS1988 says:

    All these potential titles should be made, especially the unreleased matches. This is what I’ve been waiting for.

  52. Frank Lloyd says:

    Hardcore set awesome, rude DVD set? Even better!

  53. LP1 says:

    I can definitely confirm that there must’ve been two completely different surveys that WWE sent out because the one I was e-mailed last night is the one that listed an Andre documentary, best Women’s matches, NXT Vol. 2, a Stephanie documentary, an Orton documentary, a Vince vs Bischoff greatest rivalries sitdown interview, Dreamer vs Raven sitdown interview, Taz vs Sabu sitdown interview, a Punk compilation, a New Day compilation, an unreleased 1986-1995 set, a box set of History Of WWE year-by-year, a Bruno documentary, a best of 1997: 20th anniversary set, and a bunch more. Very strange that they would send out surveys with different potential titles in each one.

  54. Donald says:

    Another Undertaker dvd? Jeesh. Tag Titles, Kurt Angle and Shawn Michaels Unreleased sounds great to me, even Survivor Series 30 Years looks good.

    • zac says:

      this is different out of the 25 yr career we have never heard from taker in his DVDS

      • Wrestlefan says:

        Yes we have on My Yard dvd but that was back in like 2002? Still think they should wait till he retires though and do other deserving people for now.

  55. Joe Young says:

    Hopefully, this means Rick Rude will finally be going into the Hall Of Fame next year.

    It doesn’t sound like Kurt Angle’s DVD will have a documentary. Damn shame.

  56. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

    Picked Undertaker, obviously.. and Iron Man matches compilation: hope it would be an anthology edition, so I finally can get to see the HHH vs. Benoit match..and the Anything goes match between Orton and Cena finally gets a well deserved blue release (which should be done with everything filmed in HD from RR ’08 and forward)

    Very interesting topics.. but, Sid..really!? And HBK unreleased..? well, the Kliq seems to still rule, so why not also have a Diesel and X-Punk release too then..

    The Undercard-release could be cool, but definitely -not- with those names.. I wish it would be more focused on names like Doink (heel), Bezerker, the Goon, Tugboat (or make a vol. 2 of True Giants!)

    Health and Fitness.. noooo thanks.. save that for a free give away when you buy a membership at a fitness center franchise that WWE problaly in the future will put money in.

    Ultimate Warrior matches are most welcome, just keep it to the matches.. Everything else, is also in the range of excited (Angle and Survivor Series especially) to interesting.

    Happy to see that WWE actually still seems to acknowledges their fanbase of physical media collector’s.. I like to think that WDN is one of the reasons why.. 🙂

  57. josh says:

    I still want to see video sets on demolition and arn Anderson. Maybe a video set on history of the cruiserweight championship.

  58. B says:

    Rick Rude all the way.

  59. Kris Martin says:

    I’ve ALWAYS wanted to have a WWE: Best of Chicago DVD!!Now that I’ve moved to Illinois, I want it now more than ever!!!

  60. Ryan Johansson says:

    It’s so awesome to see guys like Tajiri, Perry Saturn and Raven get multiple matches on a DVD set. And of course the Houdini of Hardcore, the Epicly awesome Crash Holly!

  61. josh says:

    Just 2, I wish we could vote on more than 2, there’s a whole bunch that I want to see released. Rick rude, tag titles(both wwe and wcw), ted dibiase, black history, there’s other ones also. It looks good, maybe I’ll actually get interested in shopping for wrestling videos again. Or maybe not, it depends on what wwe is actually going to release. I don’t want to get my hopes up, I have a bad case of getting my hopes up.

  62. Ryan Johansson says:

    Undertaker, Ultimate Warrior and HBK have all had multiple sets for them in just the last few years so none of those should be made already when Angle, Rude, DiBiase, Sid, Goldust and Mark Henry don’t have one. Where is Christian though!?!

  63. Ryan Johansson says:

    I would LOVE to see Kurt Angle get a release. That is one I have been hoping for. Ted DiBiase, Rick Rude and Sycho Sid are Absolutely a YES!

  64. Big Cal says:

    Undertaker set with a DOCUMENTARY is an absolute must. SID documentary would be epic, same with a Henry or Goldust one.

  65. Mike says:

    Wwe release a documentary on Andre the Giant already!! Long overdue

  66. Indyfan says:

    Huge no on Undertaker, Rhodes Family and Ultimate Warrior sets. I’d love the Tag Titles, undercard, Hart Foundation, Rick Rides.

    Loving the new additions for the Harcdore Title

    • zac says:

      takers dvd in past years have been about the streak this time it would be a documentary with him in it talking we have never had that. after 25 yrs in WWE taker deserves it