EXCLUSIVE: Match Listing Revealed for WWE The Best of In Your House DVD

February 8, 2013 by Mark D

WWE Best of In Your House Match Listing DVD & Blu-ray

After giving you a sneak peek at two of the matches featured on this April’s WWE: The Best of In Your House DVD and Blu-ray earlier this week, we can now exclusively reveal the complete match listing!

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Best of WWE In Your House DVD - Hakushi vs. Bret HartSimplistic Yet Brilliant

Bret Hart vs. Hakushi
In Your House • May 14, 1995

Intercontinental Championship Match
Jeff Jarrett vs. Shawn Michaels
In Your House • July 23, 1995

Hey Yo

Intercontinental Championship Match
Razor Ramon vs. Dean Douglas
In Your House • October 22, 1995

Arkansas Hog Pen Match
Hunter Hearst Helmsley vs. Henry O. Godwinn
In Your House • December 17, 1995

A Sloppy Masterpiece?

WWE Championship Match
Bret Hart vs. British Bulldog
In Your House • December 17, 1995


Best of WWE In Your House DVD - Mankind vs. Undertaker, Buried Alive Match Memories Flooding Back

No Holds Barred Match for the WWE Championship
Shawn Michaels vs. Diesel
In Your House: Good Friends, Better Enemies • April 28, 1996

WWE Championship Match
Shawn Michaels vs. Mankind
In Your House: Mind Games • September 22, 1996

That’s Why They Play The Game

Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Hunter Hearst Helmsley
In Your House: Buried Alive • October 20, 1996

Buried Alive Match
The Undertaker vs. Mankind
In Your House: Buried Alive • October 20, 1996

Crowning a New Champion

Four Corners Match for the Vacant WWE Championship
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Bret Hart vs. Vader vs. The Undertaker
In Your House: Final Four • February 16, 1997


Best of WWE In Your House DVD - Canadian Stampede

Back in the Saddle

10-Man Tag Team Match
The Hart Foundation vs. Steve Austin, Ken Shamrock, Goldust & The Legion of Doom
In Your House: Canadian Stampede • July 6, 1997

Shawn Michaels vs. The Undertaker
Ground Zero: In Your House • September 7, 1997

A Slobberknocker

Non-Sanctioned 8-Man Tag Team Match
Stone Cold Steven Austin, Owen Hart, Cactus Jack & Chainsaw Charlie vs. HHH, The New Age Outlaws & Savio Vega
No Way Out of Texas: In Your House • February 15, 1998

WWE Tag Team Championship Match
Stone Cold Steve Austin & The Undertaker vs. Mankind & Kane
Fully Loaded: In Your House • July 26, 1998

Intercontinental Championship Match
Ken Shamrock vs. Mankind
Judgment Day: In Your House • October 18, 1998

Victory at All Costs

Last Man Standing Match for the WWE Championship
The Rock vs. Mankind
St. Valentine’s Day Massacre • February 14, 1999

A Trip Down Memory Lane

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Todd Pettengill Outtakes

In Your House Sweepstakes Winner


#1 Contenders Match
Bret Hart vs. “Stone Cold” Steve Austin
In Your House: Revenge of the ‘Taker • April 20, 1997

Match to crown first WWE Light Heavyweight Champion
Taka Michinoku vs. Brian Christopher
D-Generation X: In Your House • December 7, 1997

WWE Championship Match
Shawn Michaels vs. Ken Shamrock
D-Generation X: In Your House • December 7, 1997

D’Lo Brown vs. X-Pac
Fully Loaded: In Your House • July 26, 1998

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  1. ace r says:

    I wish they wud release an entire anthology of the IN YOUR HOUSE Series…this 1st release could have simply been titled WWE IN YOUR HOUSE: THE ANTHOLOGY (195)…..A 5 disc set featuring the complete events from May, July, Sept., Oct & Dec. Of 1995….this would have been a great way for them to test the waters & see how it sells before they continue to release the rest of the series.

  2. KANE says:

    The thing is, all these repeat matches are scattered over like 8 sets and 10 years. Aside from the hardcore fans like us, who really buys EVERY single WWE dvd? By this logic, they should have left Savage/Steamboat off the Macho Man set cause it’s been out like 5 other times. But ya know what, I’m a Savage fan and I bought that dvd, I wanted it. It’s cool that they left off Hell in a Cell, cause that’s been on like 5 sets, not just 1 or 2. But I don’t have a problem with repeating the others. Like the Canadian Stampede match I have on the Pillman dvd, but I don’t think a lot of people even own that.

  3. Kenny says:

    I’ve gotta say the match listing looks pretty cool. My only issue is that it’s the first time it really hits me that a release has a LOT of matches that have been on other DVDs. Six matches have been released at least once over the years. I can understand having one or two here and there, but six on one set seems really excessive to me.

    Don’t get me wrong, though, I’m still getting it. This isn’t enough of an issue to keep me from getting it, but it just really hit me this time around that I’ve seen a good chunk of these already on DVD.

    • David says:

      Leaving out matches like HBK vs Mankind, 10-Man Tag, Bret/Bulldog, which were considered the greatest matches in the IYH series would be incomplete. But i understand where you’re coming from.

      Only match i see that doesn’t fit is HHH vs. Henry Godwinn. Its wasn’t even a good match, but i assume they included it because it was HHH’s first real feud. Also HHH didn’t really have memorable matches in 95-96, except vs. Austin from Buried alive and couple with Marc Mero.

      • Kenny says:

        Lol! The Hog Pen match does have its own little spot in WWF history, doesn’t it? It was bound to find its way onto a set at some point.

        And looking back through, I’m actually seeing NINE matches that have been previously released, instead of just six as I originally saw. It’s just an issue to me because that’s about 2 of the 3 discs are all repeats. Like I said, one or two is fine, but we’re getting carried away with this set. There are plenty of matches that could be used.

        I would keep Bret vs. Hakushi because that was the first match on the first In Your House. Bulldog vs. Diesel for the WWF Championship at the October 1995 show would be good. Razor & Marty Jannetty vs. 1-2-3 Kid & Sid from the Dec. 1995 show, Shawn vs. Bulldog at Beware of Dog, and I think the Caribbean Strap match with Savio Vega vs. Justin Hawk Bradshaw would be a cool little treat to add.

        There’s a lot of stuff. Unfortunately, I see a few people commenting that they hope a Vol. 2 comes out, but I don’t see this listed as Vol. 1. You never know, though.

        • Jammer says:

          Like I said before, it seems they just picked matches mainly involving Steve Austin, Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Mick Foley, Triple H and Undertaker. They are in every match on the DVD, except the Razor vs. Douglas match, yet it has HBK giving the IC Title away.

          They didn’t bother having other matches cause I guess they feel nobody would care to see Savio Vega vs. Justin Bradshaw, or Diesel vs. Bulldog on it.

          • Simon says:

            Yep exactly they don’t really care about the past superstar, all they want to do it’s grow their sales, how do you do it, by putting all the big names that you have (those who are still with the WWE) But I don’t know, they made about 28 IYH?? And all they could give us is like on other set,it suck!!!! But hey I will buy this set, but like everyone said there’s too much repeat on this set, but at least they are all together on the same set!!

        • Jimmy III Tears says:

          They didn’t list Best Of Monday Nitro as a Vol. 1 either and look that just got a Vol. 2

      • neverAcquiesce says:

        If they had such a hard-on for including a certain number of Trips matches they should have gone with the 2/3 falls match from Fully Loaded ’98 instead of this.

    And so on and so on and so on…
    Till next time… Same Warrior place, Same Warrior time, Same Warrior Channel…….GRRRRRR!


  6. Here’s a awesome DVD idea…
    The Founding Father Of Ring Intensity: THE ULTIMATE WARRIOR
    4 DISK SET…
    Disk 1: Story & Full Singles Matches –
    Disk 2: Full Singles & Tag Team Matches –
    Disk 3 & 4: Unreleased Matches, Interviews,
    Parade from 1990, Brother Love Show, Funeral Parlor,
    Wrestling Figures, Slim Jim, On Arsenal Hall, Regis & more.

  7. How about a BEST OF FACE PAINT WRESTLERS DVD, Vol. 1, Vol. 2, Vol. 3, etc?
    Ultimate Warrior, Papa Shango, Sting, Legion Of Doom, Jeff Hardy, Demolition, Hakushi, & more.

  8. It’s not up to HHH or anybody in the WWE to say it’s the end of an era, Because it never will be. We decide, Not you. Marty Jannetty is the reason why Shawn is a WWE Legend. Why don’t you give him credit at all? Why did Marty not go into the Hall Of Fame?… For all the ones who bashed Warrior on the Self Destruction DVD, Go shove it!… It’s funny how cry baby Million Dollar Man didn’t get the WWE title, It’s funny how Hogan, Flair, Biscoff and others who bashed Warrior, Left for WCW. It’s funny how Slaughter & others said Warrior was tough to work with. Well if your not powerful like hium and can’t handle him, That’s your problem weakling. GEEEE, Biscoff, Hogan and others are in the other wrestling organization. Hmmmm, again…. Don’t worry, I hate that other one and will always love WWE, But come on now, Let us fans decide, You already have a creation team, We decide, you decide how to create it. Last, Let me be RAW GM and decide on things and I promise you, I will make history and highest ratings ever! I have great ideas RIGHT NOW that nobody ever thought of. HIRE ME AS RAW GM AND YOU’LL SEE!

  9. It’s not up to WWE of who’s great and who’s not, It’s up to us fans! I love Ultimate Warrior, Always have, Always will. Just like Savage and other greats! Do you really think me and other fans care about what you think about Warrior and others greats like him? HELL NO! It’s not up to you. It’s up to us. I don’t care if you didn’t like his interviews, speech’s, etc. I hear some of you morons on radio shows & elsewhere still bash Warrior, and your the idiot, Not him. I’m also sick of you saying, “Well you didn’t have to work with him, I did.” SO WHAT! It’s not about your opinions, It’s the fans opinions that matter of who they like or not! SHUT THE HELL UP!

  10. I really think it’s rediculous that we the fans don’t choose the matches for these DVD ideas. Just like the Hall Of Fame and other WWE related topics that should be up to the fans since we pay them there paychecks of when we buy DVD’s, Tickets, Merchandise, etc. We should decide all that, Not them. Just like I know I could create lots of new ideas for RAW, Smackdown, PPV’s, etc.
    Make me RAW GM and you’ll see what I’m talking about.
    Just like I also think it’s wrong that the current Superstars & Others are not allowed to talk about Ultimate Warrior and others during TV time. Without the fans, You would be nobody’s.
    There should of been since day 1 a legit Hall Of Fame location as well, Just like the Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame has in Cleveland Ohio. It ain’;t like Vince & WWE don’t have the money to make it happen, Since we paid them. I also think it’s BS that the video games only consist of what they pick in them, Not the fans as well. Like the old systems/games had Survivor Series with up to 6 on a team in the games. Not they lie and say it can’t happen cause of lagging. BS! If you can have a War game like C.O.D. have up to 20 or 30 or 40 onliners and once, Why can’t wrestling games now do it?… Stop beating around the bush and do what’s right and give us fans what we rightfully deserve. Stop leaving out of TV, greats like Ultimate Warrior, Randy Savage, Big Bossman, Earthquake and lots more Legends who built the platform for the guys today.

    • Kenny says:

      Well fans don’t choose the matches on DVDs for a few reasons. I’m not anyone who can speak officially, but just off the top of my head: 1) Do you know how many responses WWE would get if they left it up to the fans? How would you choose from millions of responses?; 2) We would get so many repeats on so many releases that it would be a big problem real quick; 3) WWE’s library is so huge that there are likely MILLIONS of matches in their archives that we as fans have no idea even exist, and finally; 4) The little surprises are some of the best things about these DVDs!

      I think it wouldn’t be the wisest idea to let fans choose the matches on DVDs. It would really make things a lot more difficult for everyone involved, and that doesn’t work out well for anybody.

      • No…. Meaning example…………. If I were them, I would make a poll page and have all who competed in In Your House History… We all vote….. then round 2….. 3…… etc. Votes gets matches in.

        • Kenny says:

          I see. Yeah, that would be cool to have fans vote on a list of matches. Even if they did this for just a couple of matches for a few DVDs per year, it would be a pretty cool concept.

  11. CrimeDawg says:

    I can see why a lot of folks may not be happy with this one with all the repeats but I am pretty excited about it.
    Hopefully this will sell well and there will be a Vol. 2 next year with some of the matches that were missed.

  12. Marco says:

    How can you not put the first ever Hell in a Cell Match (and debut of Kane) on this so-called “Best of” In Your House?

  13. NOT INTERESTED & NOT BUYING THIS DVD!… My wrestling hero is not on it!… NOT SOLD HERE!

  14. Tagged Classic says:

    Actually the Tagged Classics collection from Silvervision are official WWE dvds because they have the official silver sticker on the back of the cases!

  15. Simon says:

    Hope they make a Vol. 2.. There’s some good matches on that set.. but like some say a lot of them have already been released before.. But hey now they are all on the same set, so that’s cool.. I’ll be picking up the blu ray version even though I already own all of the UK Tagged classics!!!!!!

    • Harry Faversham says:

      Yes, Simon I agree with that. Its nice to have them all together, which is usually why repeats don’t bother me too much if its important to the subject being covered. I think its better to have this blu ray than all of those tagged classics because its 2 discs instead of 28. There is certainly enough for a vol 2 so I really hope this one sells well enough to get one. I’m not sure whether the 11 repeats help or hinder that. People wont want to buy the same stuff twice but as they are great matches they might pull newer punters in maybe. Who knows.

      • Harry Faversham says:

        Plus the quality on the tagged classics is a bit hit and miss sometimes. Tagged classics aren’t really so much wwe DVDs as they are Silver Vision DVDs. Hence no interesting artwork or menus. So I think your more than justified in making the purchase!

      • The Top Rope says:

        Yeah most people with common sense would pick a selected mix of matches which is about 7 hours instead of having the complete set of IYH on Tagged Classics which are full unedited and uncut! Yeah i know which one i would rather have. Are you from the USA Harry because you sound like someone that would settle for the so called “best of” blu-ray because you can’t get the Tagged Classics over there!

      • The Top Rope says:

        Plus Tagged Classics come in sets of 2 dvds so really it’s only 14 dvd cases on your shelves for the 28 IYH events! The only IYH which lacks good quality is IYH 3 all of the other 27 are just fine. Plus you get the free for all pre show on most of them too.

        • Tagged Classic says:

          Yeah people must be mad for wanting to own all 28 of the IYH ppvs in full. HAHA The only people that don’t like Tagged Classics are the ones that can’t buy them in their country.

          • Harry Faversham says:

            Well I’m just looking at the good points of this one. I’ve bought nearly all of the tagged classics, but they are quite basic compared to the wwe’s DVDs and blu rays, but it depends what you want doesnt it. If you want everything then obviously you’re better off buying everything. I always liked the tagged classics because they let history speak for itself without the revisionist spin on it. But then there are the other points I mentioned. Strictly speaking they aren’t even wwe’s DVD releases, just a remedy for Silver Vision as an innocent third party suffering loss after the WWF contract breach and now that Silver Vision will no longer be the distibutor they will be out of print soon as I’m sure you know. Each to their own and all that but I do think this best of will be better in some ways. I used to collect every dvd, but these days I appreciate more of a quality over quantity collection. But I’m not dictating anything to anyone. Its great that Silver Vision re-issued all of the ppvs and its obvious that this set falls a bit short to be definitive. A volume 2 wouldnt hurt. No harm in doing a Simon and buying it all if you can afford it. I hope it works out for you.

            • The Top Rope says:

              I agree i have all of the Tagged Classics as i didn’t want to buy any of the anthology sets because of the scratch WWF logo editing it looks awful on the ring apron and turnbuckles it spoils the matches. But i am still gonna buy this set just for Todd and his return to work for WWE to hear what he has to say about these matches after all this time. But if this was simply gonna be just these matches put together without a host i think i would pass because it has a lot of classic matches left out. And if this doesn’t turn out to be popular there will be no vol 2.

            • Simon says:

              Ahaha anyway like you said, it’s cool to have the Tagged Classics, but the quality isn’t that great, thats why and hopefully the IYH set will be a super great quality, but hey it’s WWF content, I don’t mind if it’s scratch or poor or whatever the heck they’ve done.. I will enjoy it!!! ‘Cause wrestling was amazing!!!!!!

  16. Harry Faversham says:

    It is a good list. I’m not one to complain about repeats usually but with a wealth of other matches available I think this has to be a missed opportunity in a way. I would have liked to see some of the following;

    Brtish Bulldog vs. Bam Bam Bigelow (In Your House 3)
    Bret Hart vs. Diesel (Cage Match, In Your House 6)
    Shawn Michaels vs. British Bulldog (Beware of Dog)
    Vader, British Bulldog & Owen Hart vs. Shawn Michaels, Ahmed Johnson & Sycho Sid (International Incident)
    Owen Hart & British Bulldog vs. Smoking Gunns (Mind Games)
    Bret Hart vs. Sycho Sid (It’s Time)
    Owen Hart & British Bulldog vs. Legion of Doom (Revenge of The Taker)
    Vader vs. Ken Shamrock (A Cold Day In Hell)
    Undertaker vs. Vader (Canadian Stampede)
    Great Sasuke vs. Taka Michinoku (Canadian Stampede)
    Faarooq vs. Owen Hart (Badd Blood)
    Triple H vs. Sgt. Slaughter (D-Generation X)
    Triple H vs. Owen Hart (Unforgiven 1998)
    Owen Hart vs. ken Shamrock (Fully Loaded 1998)
    Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Kane vs. Undertaker (Break Down)
    Edge vs. Owen Hart (Break Down)
    Kane vs. Undertaker (Judgment Day 1998)
    Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Mr. McMahon (St. Valentine’s Day Massacre)
    Owen Hart & Jeff Jarrett vs. New Age Outlaws (Backlash 1999)
    Undertaker vs. Ken Shamrock (Backlash 1999)

    But again, it is a good list with a lot of great quality matches. The Hog Pen match has no business being on there whatsoever though.

    • The Top Rope says:

      If it wasn’t for the fact that Triple H was in the match it would’ve never been included. But it’s good news for Henry Godwinn as this is the only way he makes it on a “best of” dvd. haha

      • Harry Faversham says:

        Todd’s return more than makes up for it though. I think I’ll be buying it mainly for that, the final four and Austin vs. Bret. I hope they leave in Owen Hart’s return on the Shawn Michaels vs. Ken Shamrock match too. I always liked In Your House, partly because they always had a different name or theme.

  17. mommy says:

    so can somebody post what are repeats, not counting anthlogys and tagged classic stuff

    • t says:

      If you don’t have any, why bother?
      The majority of this set is not yet in my collection so I do not care that I already have 2 or 3 of this set, that’s the nature and I prefer these best of type releases.
      But if you wanna know, read through the comments. I doubt that there are many – not counting the tagged classics.
      Awesome match listing! 🙂

    • Straightedge47 says:

      Bret Hart vs. Hakushi (Bret’s set)
      Jeff Jarrett vs. Shawn Michaels(Heartbreak and triumph)
      Hunter Hearst Helmsley vs. Henry O. Godwinn(Triple H: King of Kings)
      Bret Hart vs. British Bulldog(Bret’s set)
      Shawn Michaels vs. Diesel(OMG)
      Shawn Michaels vs. Mankind(Mick Foley’s greatest hits and misses/ History of the WWE championship)
      The Undertaker vs. Mankind(Tombstone, History of the Undertaker)
      10-Man Tag Team Match(Hart and Soul)
      Shawn Michaels vs. The Undertaker(Tombstone, history of The Undertaker)
      The Rock vs. Mankind(The Rock’s most electrifying man in sports entertainment)

      • David says:

        The 10-Man tag is also on Brian Pillman’s DVD.

        HBK vs. Mankind and HBK vs Diesel are both on From the Vault: Shawn Michaels.

  18. Mongoose Wizard says:

    Ii personally wanna see Mankind vs Big Show in the Boiler Room Brawl match from IYH Backlash 1999 because that was a very underrated classic!

  19. t says:

    I have to emphasize that I am thankful for this set. Very good listing and it’s normal that some matches are missed, but there might be future sets to cover them. At the end of the day it’s a great listing. Looking forward to it. 🙂

  20. Lemo says:

    Austin vs Bret From Revenge is a truely phenomenal match. Glad it’s there.

  21. charlie f says:

    Unfortunately I own a majority of these matches. However if you’re going to make a best of iyh you have to release the best matches so I can’t complain. Definitely gonna get the blu ray. The extra matches on that are the ones that interest me the most.

  22. MadMike says:

    Wow! Great match listing! I rarely make a comment but I had to post one after see the matches listed for this compilation. Whether I have them on other compilations or on VHS it really does not matter…it is a nice addition for the WWE Blu Ray/DVD Collection…nice work. Lets hope for a Vol. 2

  23. ace r says:

    Only two other matches i hoped for on this set were Shawn, Sid & Ahmed Johnson vs Vader, Bulldog & Owen from july 96…and Ken Shamrock vs Vader from May 97….Otherwise a great match listing that i cant wait for.

  24. Wow. I already own 90% of the matches on that list … in other compilation sets!

    Way to go, WWE! :-p

  25. Alan says:

    The Austin-HHH match at “Buried Alive” was awesome! The one question I have is at that time JR was doing the heel gimmick where he would rant on Vince and then his audio would mysteriously “cut out”. I remember the commentary being quite distracting with the audio cutting out and even once showing JR on screen and cutting away from the actual match taking place. Anyhow, this entire collection is insanely awesome, and anyone that complains about the match listings needs to quit being so negative and enjoy this set!

  26. justjoe says:

    wow Sid vs Diesel 1 or 2 didn’t make the cut?

  27. DrFever says:

    this set is worth it for disc 3 alone, that 8 man and 10 man tag bouts are awesome

  28. DVD V Blu-ray v Downloads says:

    I find it weird that a lot of the dvd releases are actually more expensive than the Blu-rays are. At the end of the day blu-rays will not have time to be as popular as the dvds because pretty soon downloads will be the only way to buy optical media.

  29. LP1 says:

    These are some matches I would’ve included on the Best Of In Your House:

    -Adam Bomb vs Mabel from May ’95
    -Bam Bam Bigelow vs Henry Godwinn from Jul. ’95
    -Savio Vega vs Waylon Mercy from Sep. ’95
    -Henry Godwinn vs Sid from Sep. ’95
    -Fatu vs HHH from Oct. ’95
    -Yokozuna vs King Mabel from Oct. ’95
    -Ahmed Johnson vs Buddy Landel from Dec. ’95
    -Duke Droese vs HHH from Feb. ’96
    -Goldust vs The Ultimate Warrior from Apr. ’96
    -Yokozuna vs Vader from May ’96
    -Henry Godwinn vs Mankind from Jul. ’96
    -Jose Lothario vs Jim Cornette from Sep. ’96
    -Mark Henry vs Jerry Lawler from Sep. ’96
    -British Bulldog & Owen Hart vs “Diesel” & “Razor Ramon” from Dec. ’96
    -Jesse Jammes vs Rockabilly from Apr. ’97
    -Scott Putski vs Brian Christopher from Sep. ’97
    -Butterbean vs Marc Mero from Dec. ’97
    -The Godwinns vs Quebecers from Feb. ’98
    -Sable vs Marc Mero from May ’98
    -The Oddities vs The Headbangers from Dec. ’98
    -Goldust vs The Blue Meanie from Feb. ’99

    I’m sorry. Did I say “Best Of”? I meant “Worst Of”. My bad.

    • DVD V Blu-ray v Downloads says:

      Someone has been looking at the match listings on the back of the tagged classics! lol

      • LP1 says:

        I don’t have any Tagged Classics. I just remember those matches being awful.

        • Mr Z says:

          -Sable vs Marc Mero from May ’98

          Come on, that match was awesome. Ok, it wasn’t much of a match but I couldn’t stop laughing. The celebration after the match was great too.

  30. Plastic Fantastic says:

    Cases for Blu-ray are gay. They look so cheap. Blue plastic makes the artwork lok small. And there is nothing inside but the discs. 3 disc dvd digipacks rule!

    • LP1 says:

      I know right? The only thing inside the BR cases are those pesky discs. We really need to start a petition to have WWE eliminate the discs and concentrate more on the cases and inserts. Who’s with me?

  31. Mongoose Wizard says:

    I havn’t gone through all the comments yet, But has anyone noticed tht almost all the matches on this set include if not one but both or all of these five guys! Stone Cold, Shawn Michales, HHH, Mankind, or Bret Hart?

    • thejmp187 says:

      Well honestly there wasn’t many matches aside from them that were good…..idea would be men in mission vs razor and kid from iyh 2 or roadie vs kid thuse were good

  32. Derick says:

    This is an awesome set!

  33. thejmp187 says:

    Its okay no Sid matches? They shouldve atleast put the international 6 man tag a goldust taker austin mero diesel vs Bret etc idc though I have all the 96 iyh events except mind games and better enemies I have all 95 iyh including the super rare ntsc converts and I have no way out of Texas backlash 99 I have a ton ton ton more so whatever I’m a wrestling god anyway

  34. KarlKayfabian says:

    Also very excited about the Austin v Bret match as well.

  35. KarlKayfabian says:

    This listing…it is what it is. Very excited for the Final Four and the Shawn vs Shamrock match from DX. Its not the repeats that bother me so much as it is the repeats several times over. That said I understand why some people are pumped for the listing and I refuse to poo poo their excitement. However, I really hope they follow up a volume 2 or a IYH: Unreleased as there are plenty of matches featuring Austin, Taker, Shawn, and Bret that have not escaped from the vault yet.

    • It could lead to a full anthology if it sells well. 🙂

      • David says:

        I think WWE have gone away from doing full PPV Anthology releases…i don’t think we will see those anytime soon. The last anthology which was Survivor Series Vol. 1 and 2 most likely did not sell well which is why they stopped after and since then haven’t released full PPVs.

        I hope they re-release the WM Anthology on Blu-ray though, since the 30th is coming up next year, its quite possible they might have that out. It will probably cost quite a bit – likely in the $200-$250 range…but i would definitely pick it that up.

        • WWE Guy says:

          I can’t see this happening as the anthology sets didn’t sell very well. And that was from a guy that works at Silvervision.

  36. Big Greg says:

    Shawn Michaels wore his best DX pants at DX IYH. They should’ve included the boot camp match also.

  37. Nick says:

    This shows that 3 disc Blu Rays need to be made from now on. 5 or 6 matches on each disc isnt enough. Thats why I buy Blu because the 1st & 2nd discs are put together. They are wasting a lot of space on the 1st two discs since blu ray has started.

    I would like to know why people still buy dvd when they know something better is out there. If it’s a money issue that’s understandable, but if you buy it for the artwork, well that’s just stupid.

    • Case Closed says:

      The dvd 3 disc digipak’s look much better in your collections. I buy both dvd and blu-ray but i’m sorry i think the blu-ray cases really suck and look shit on your shelves. If you are a collector then you should know that the artwork is a big deal.

      • Nick says:

        The only solution would be to have 3 blu ray discs in the digipak case with the artwork, that way people dont have to buy both dvd and Blu ray, and that way it eliminates dvds.

      • LP1 says:

        I agree completely. The cases are what matters. Actually if it was up to me I’d just eliminate the discs altogether. They only get in the way.

  38. ChadWWE says:

    I still remember the “In Your House” house giveaway. I would have considered 3, and that had the key to the house.

    • WWE Guy says:

      I thought that was for the million dollar givaway at Summerslam 1997 when the key was number 3.

    • LP1 says:

      There was no key. Pettengil and Stephanie Wiand picked a random winner out of a big clear container full of entry envelopes by the entranceway and if that person answered the phone, they won. If they weren’t home they would’ve picked another another random envelope.

  39. I am looking forward to this release. A lot of stuff is repeated because it’s a Best Of which happens not just with wrestling releases but with Music as well.

    • Brad Attitude says:

      i expected most matches to be repeated .. but the hog pen match?

      thats wwe throwing s**t in your face right there.

      • AJ says:

        I’m not happy with the set either, but the Hog Pen Match was actually pretty special then and really fit the era. It was one of Hunter’s first programs.

        • Brad Attitude says:

          it was bad enough the hog pen match made it to hhh’s king of kings dvd. nobody wants to see that match again. i thought this dvd was a best of set – may as well put hhh vs fatu, ultimate warrior vs goldust, bret hart vs jerry lawler, jose lothario vs jim cornette onto volume 2 then.

      • Jammer says:

        The hog pen match is on there cause Triple H is in the match. Look at the match listings again, every match has either Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Steve Austin, Mick Foley, Undertaker or Triple H in the matches, all but 3 matches (including the Blu Ray) have those guys in it. This set was definitely made with the thought of just using big name stars.

  40. Big Jem says:

    i’m surprised christian’s debut & win of the light-heavyweight championship didnt at least make the extras or edge vs. owen hart. this set has potential to have a great listing but came up short.

    volume 2 better be on the rise.

  41. Anonymous says:

    Very disappointing! More than half of it is repeated. It’s really only a two match release:
    -Steve Austin vs. Bret Hart vs. Vader vs. The Undertaker • February 16, 1997
    -Steve Austin & The Undertaker vs. Mankind & Kane • July 26, 1998

    No wonder people are saying go to different websites to find stuff. There’s just so much missing and so much that’s repeated! Must miss!

  42. Brad Attitude says:

    what a bad match listing. the one i provided the other day was 20x better. i’m gonna pass on this until a volume 2 gets dished out. this listing is just an insult.

  43. Ryan says:

    What happened to the Menu button on the mobile version of this site? Hasn’t worked in awhile.

    Decent set just not my cup of tea. I collect and enjoy the older stuff more.

  44. Thomas Goodearl says:

    Looks ok but there are a lot of really good matches not on this set, Taker vs Austin from Cold Day in Hell, HHH vs Mankind from Canadian Stampede, Taker vs Vader, HBK VS Undertaker HITC, Austin vs Rock from Backlash which was the last ever IYH match. Good set though but they need to do a vol 2.

  45. Fer says:

    the usual problem of best of collections, it does features the best matches, unfortunately those are the ones that have been released to death (This if the fourth time for mind games)

    • Mr Z says:

      Actually I think it’s five times now. Hard Knocks, Cheap Pops/Foley’s Hits & Misses/HBK From the Vault/History of the WWE Title…and now this. I remember years ago getting the Cheap Pops DVD just for that match because I’d never seen it but heard how good it was. I get why it’s on here, it really is a great match.

  46. CS 22 says:

    Can’t believe they left out the HBK/Owen match from February 96. That was a gem.

  47. Kevin says:

    You know you have a lot of DVDs when you already have 11 of 16 matches on this compilation. Nonetheless, I’ll pick it up simply because I’ve never seen the Final Four match.

  48. Big Jon says:

    Who is Hakushi? He seems to be on every Bret Hart compilation set. What happend to him was he Bret Hart’s buddy does he still wrestle?

    There will be a vol. 2…

    • Thomas Goodearl says:

      Hakushi was a Japanese Wrestler who got a big push as an unstoppable heel & he was a good wrestler but few were willing to make him look good, his best matches were with Bret.

    • Jason H says:

      He wrestled in Japan as Jinsei Shinzaki. He wrestled only once in ECW in a dream tag-team match for the time, when he teamed up with Hayabusa (now paralyzed) against RVD and Sabu. That match is worth going out of your way to see, it’s on ECW Unreleased Vol. 1.

  49. nightmare says:

    Wow not a great line up I’ll pass

  50. steven says:

    a little bummed no taker vs kane vs austin from breakdown suprised in the lack of the inaugral hell in a cell

  51. X-23 says:

    Anyone that actually watched those IYH PPVs know the best matches usually featured Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, and Mankind, so you get a lot of them here!

  52. NickP says:

    For anyone who didn’t get the matches they wanted to see, the IYH collection is very easy to find online or you can purchase the tagged classics.

  53. Vincenzzzzzo says:

    Great match listing. Could there have been other matches? Sure. That can be said for ANY DVD set released. I’m happy with this one nonetheless. If this sells well, we should have a Volume 2 in no time for sure. Definitely looking forward to this. Lots of gems included here.

  54. a says:

    After seeing this match listing, I’m hoping for a Vol 2 set.

  55. Jammer says:

    I did notice a trend on the DVD version of the In Your House matches. Every match but one (Razor Ramon vs. Dean Douglas) has at least Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Undertaker, Mick Foley, Steve Austin or Triple H wrestling in it. There is no matches involving guys like Razor vs. 123 Kid, Mabel vs. Yokozuna, Shamrock vs. Vader and such. It seems like whoever put the DVD together, said “only big names will do for this!”

    • LP1 says:

      Mabel vs Yokozuna? Really? It says “Best Of”, not “Worst Of”. That match was horrible with an even worse finish.

  56. I was kinda hoping for the steel cage match between Austin and McMahon, but the match listing on here is pretty damn good nonetheless. I’ll give this one a pick-up when it comes out.

    • Trey says:

      If you’re looking for the Cage match between Vince & Austin, check out “Greatest Cage Matches of All Time” or “McMahon”.

  57. The Top Rope says:

    For the people that are not happy about the matches you should just pick up the IYH tagged classics if you are in Europe as they are all blur free and unedited. And for the ones that are going on about having this set on blu-ray you do know that the only things that are in HD will be the Todd Pettingill segments inbetween!

  58. Steve says:

    This is a “GOOD” set but as usual WWE can’t get out of there own way to make it “GREAT”! 11 of 20 matches repeats? I mean really? So glad we can watch the Hog Pen match instead of Shamrock vs. The Undertaker from Backlash ’99. All I can say is they better have a Vol. 2. It’s such a shame that they just couldn’t make this a complete box set Blu Ray. But financial times would keep sales well below what this set will sell.

  59. indyfan says:

    Looks good. A lot of repeats but i guess that is to be expected. Too bad that Sasuke vs Taka isn’t on this. Still a good buy. Blu Ray all the way.

  60. Devin McDickington says:

    i do not remember No Way Out of Texas PPV.

    this is going to be a good DVD.

  61. Trey says:

    A little bummed that out of 20 matches (on the bluray), 11 are repeats. But, there are a few gems on here that make up for it! The Final Four match and the D-Generation Match between Shawn & Shamrock are definitely highlights for me.

  62. Frank says:

    20 matches on bluray…1/4 of which have the Hitman…sounds like an awesome set to me. I have most of the matches on vhs that i taped from ppv back in the day. this is a day 1 purchase for me. hopefully it has that awesome in your house theme song!

  63. John Peterson says:

    Sick match listing.day 1 for sure

  64. Steven says:

    I remember a Shawn Michaels as the champion vs Goldust in a ladder match at IYH 11 or so it was a dark match but I remember it. HBK won by the way.

    • David says:

      Yea, that was a dark match, but wasn’t a ladder match. I’m sure it was taped though, because the earlier IYH VHS releases included the dark matches – couple i remember were Bret Hart vs. Jean Pierre Lafitte and Kama vs Undertaker Casket Match, both from In Your House 2.

    • neverAcquiesce says:

      You might have gone to a house show in the summer of ’96 as that’s when Shawn and Goldie were headlining, and they had a few ladder matches along the way.

  65. Mongoose Wizard says:

    So what just a few repeats here and there, It’s a great set only a few things missing that I would have like to seen. Such as some matchs from Over the Edge, Backlash, Breakdown, Etc Etc. But i’ll definately be picking this up on Blu Ray

  66. zach says:

    fantastic listing! so pumped to pick this up when it comes out!

  67. t says:


    Please ask WWE to add them. 😀

    • Anonymous says:

      The Breakdown cage match is available on the Rock’s last DVD.

      • t says:

        Well, I know, but I would prefer to have it on this Best of IYH set because I do not have lots of space and time to watch all of his DVDs – wife and job are more important, that’s why I do not need the Epic Journey which is short on matches and has no skits.

  68. t says:

    Fantastic! I always hesitated to buy the IYH because I want the value content compact and cheap, not scattered across several products.

    Hi Freemantle: Products that feature a good selected, comprehensive and at best chronologically ordered content plus real behind the scenes content or discussions of those who were there are great.

    I am hoping for such a product dedicated to the Royal Rumble. 🙂

  69. Anonymous says:

    Definitely buying this. There’s a few repeats, but there’s also a ton of stuff I didn’t have.

  70. WWEFAN2013 says:

    No need for this set for us UK guys when we have tagged classics. At least Americans get to watch some lost treasures on DVD/BR.

  71. Joe says:

    Wow.. sixteen matches across a three disc set? Not to mention, re-releases galore? This clearly seems to be the first installment in a series, but that makes for a very underwhelming lineup. As the standalone dvd it will be until next year probably, this is piss-poor.

    • David says:

      Wouldn’t surprise me if they have another volume titled “In Your House: The Unreleased Series”, they could even include the dark matches. I’m sure they were taped too because some earlier VHS releases included some of those matches.

      In Your House 1 had Owen Hart vs. British Bulldog dark match, which was a KOTR qualifying match that went to a 15 minute draw.

      Would be great if they released some of those dark matches along with others they didn’t put out on this like Bret vs. Diesel, Bret vs Sid, 6-Man Tag from International Incident, etc.

  72. Matt says:

    Has the Final 4 match ever been released before?

  73. Jammer says:

    Wow, I am kind of disappointed with the match listings. So many repeats that were on other DVDs in the past, when there was so many matches that were never released on DVD that could have been on this set.

    For ex. Diesel vs. Sid in the lumber jacks match
    Diesel vs. British Bulldog from Oct. 95
    Diesel vs. Bret Hart from Feb. 96
    any Undertaker vs. Goldust match from 96 at the April, July or Sept. events
    Camp Cornette vs. HBK/Ahmed/Sid from July 96
    Foley vs. Rock vs. Shamrock in the cage from Sept. 98
    and I am sure I could think of many more.

    Like, was Shawn Michaels vs. Mankind from Sept. 96 really needed?? It’s on the History of the WWE Title dvd, Mick’s dvd, and HBK’s dvd.

    I hope there is gonna be a second DVD/Blu Ray release of the In Your House matches down the road.

    • AJ says:

      The Triple threat cage match was on Rock’s DVD, but I know what you mean.

    • NoNameHere says:

      Rock/Shamrock/Mankind cage match was on The Rock’s last DVD. Mind Games match not found on either of Michael’s DVDs (Heartbreak/Triumph, My Journey) or Foley’s 2013 release

      • Jammer says:

        The Mind Games match was on HBK: From The Fault, and Foley’s Hits and Misses DVDs that came out back in 2003 and 2004.

      • Simon says:

        The Mind Games match is on the Shawn Michaels ‘From the Vault’ DVD.

      • Simon says:

        Really disappointed with the match listing here – mainly due to all the repeats, and the fact that there are so many great matches which could have been released on DVD for the very first time. In particular, the Hart/Diesel cage match (IYH 6), HBK/Ahmed/Sid vs. Vader/Bulldog/Owen (IYH 9) and Sid vs. Bret (IYH 12) should have been no-brainers in my opinion. There was no need for the Michaels matches with Nash and Foley again.

  74. Daniel Almeida says:

    Looks fantastic!

  75. Jose says:

    There is more then likely going to be a best of in your house vol 2

  76. Asaf says:

    Can’t wait for this, amazing match listing!

  77. Big Greg says:

    The Blu-ray extra has the HBK vs Ken Shamrock match alright, one DX match on it.

  78. Steve213 says:

    Lots of repeats, but I’ll be getting this for HBK/Shamrock, and the 4 corners match alone.
    Anybody care to breakdown the repeats?

    • AJ says:

      Repeats that I counted…
      Bret Hart vs. Hakushi
      Shawn Michaels vs Jeff Jarrett
      Triple H vs Henry O’ Godwinn
      Bret Hart vs British Bulldog
      Shawn Michaels vs Diesel
      Shawn Michaels vs Mankind
      Undertaker vs Mankind
      10-Man Tag Match
      Shawn Michaels vs Undertaker
      The Rock vs Mankind

      There may be more.

  79. Chris says:

    Diesel vs Bret in a cage should have been included if nothing more than the awesome moment of Undertaker dragging Diesel to hell under the ring! Let’s hope there is a volume 2!

  80. neverAcquiesce says:

    Wow. This is awesome. Hard to find fault with this. Personally I’d have replaced the hogpen match with Shawn and Owen from February ’96, and I would have liked to have the first HIAC on Blu-ray, but that’s simply picking nits (though it’s odd they included the first IYH match ever but not the last…April ’99s Austin/Rock would have bookended it nicely…the Razor/Dean match is an odd choice, too). Anyway, annot wait for this.

  81. Scott says:

    Very Cool! Although I have a lot of these matches spread out on various DVDs, it will be a nice upgrade to blu ray and no blurring! And the few I don’t have I haven’t seen in years! DAY ONE BUY!

  82. Go Niners! says:

    Where is Diesel vs Sid? Where is HBK / Ahmed / Sid vs Vader / Owen Bulldog? Way to ignore the “New Generation” for a bunch of Attuide repeats. 11 repeats

  83. Matt says:

    God i’m definitely getting this…there better be a best buy exclusive tho first!!! If there is i ain’t pre-ordering!!!

  84. AJ says:

    Solid listing and a first day buy, but disappointed with the Blu Ray extras. I mean Disc 1 has 5 matches, three were already released.

  85. David says:

    Nice! loving the Blu-ray extras – HBK vs Shamrock, Austin vs Bret, Taka vs. Christopher and Todd Pettengill outtakes! Looking good!

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