Full Match Listing Revealed for WWE ‘Ring in the Holiday’ Christmas DVD

August 11, 2015 by Daniel Bee

WWE Ring in the Holiday DVD - Logo

WrestlingDVDNetwork.com can now exclusively reveal the FULL content planned for WWE’s upcoming festive DVD release “Ring in the Holiday”, a.k.a “Christmas Collection” in the UK.

The 3 hour, single-disc DVD will be hosted by Mick Foley and his daughter Noelle Foley who embark on a quest to find Santa Claus, while reminiscing about WWE matches and moments from Christmas past. A total of 15 of those matches and moments will be featured in this collection.


Content Listing
WWE Christmas Collection DVD Cover

Season’s Greetings

Welcome to Santa’s Village

Boiler Room Brawl
Mankind vs. Santa Claus
RAW • December 20, 1999

The Search Begins

No Ho-Ho-Hold Barred Match
JBL vs. Mick Foley
RAW • December 19, 2005

Xanta Klaus vs. Scott Taylor
Superstars • December 23, 1995

Taijiri Claus vs. Bubba Claus
RAW • December 24, 2001

Fluent Reindeer

Bobby Heenan Ruins Christmas
Prime Time Wrestling • December 25, 1989

John Cena & Trish Stratus vs. Santino Marella & Beth Phoenix
RAW • December 22, 2008

All Aboard!

Kofi Kingston vs. Tyson Kidd
SmackDown • November 29, 2011

Miracle on 34th Street Fight
Randy Orton vs. David Otunga
SmackDown • November 29, 2011

“All I Want For Christmas” Battle Royal
SmackDown • November 29, 2011


“It was an accident!”
RAW • December 24, 2012

Miracle on 34th Street Fight
John Cena vs. Alberto Del Rio
RAW • December 24, 2012

Poetry On The Spot

“Twas The Night…”

Battle For Christmas
Good Santa (Mark Henry) vs. Bad Santa (Damien Sandow)
RAW • December 23, 2013

Christmas Present on a Pole Match
Dolph Ziggler vs. Fandango
RAW • December 23, 2013

Season’s Beatings

Santa’s Little Helper 6-Diva Tag Match
Alicia Fox, Emma & Naomi vs. Paige, Cameron & Summer Rae
RAW • December 22, 2014

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Miracle on 34th Street Fight
Dean Ambrose vs. Bray Wyatt
RAW • December 22, 2014

Happy Holidays!

“Ring in the Holiday” is scheduled to be released to Australia on November 4th, to the UK on November 9th, and to the USA on November 10th.

Pre-ordering is currently available for fans in the UK here on Amazon.co.uk.


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  1. ChadWWE says:

    Missing some good Diva matches/moments during ’00s.

  2. RabidHeat says:

    Wasn’t there a Kurt Angle vs. Santa Claus impromptu match once – I wanna say it was Armageddon 2004? It’s a shame they’re so petty about the fact that he works for TNA because that would be a nice addition.

  3. Joseph Klunk says:

    I can’t believe I’m actually saying this but…this looks pretty good for the price. Most likely a buy.

  4. GEOLINK says:

    DVD exclusives in 2015… ffs

  5. RCS1988 says:

    Too bad they didn’t include Xanta Claus vs. Brian Walsh match from the RAW Bowl 1/1/96, that was cut and replaced with the Hog Pen match from In Your House instead. They show clips of the match on an episode of Are You Serious.

  6. LP1 says:

    Props to Fremantle for not being PC and keeping the Christmas title. I find it funny that WWE changed the name of the DVD for the rest of the world considering every match and segment on the DVD is Christmas-themed. No other holiday is represented. Political correctness rears its ugly head again.

  7. Scott says:

    Where’s Piper’s version of Scrooge???

  8. R&REXPRESS#1 says:

    Finally was able to grab a copy of Undertaker 21-1 box YES! YES! YES! But I am wondering why it’s listed on Amazon using the link above but it isn’t on the Amazon website itself, or at least I didn’t see it.

  9. Mark Markson says:

    Man, the host of this DVD is hot. Noelle is pretty goodlooking as well. 😉

    Nice match listing, way better than expected.

  10. John says:

    While I think the DVD set is silly, I must say the match listing is pretty good, I will buy it

  11. Nicolas Hébert says:

    WOW Xantas Claus vs Scott Taylor from Superstars!!! A MUST BUY!!!

  12. Tommy D says:

    I know that I’m going to be in the minority, however I love this match listing. All but one match never released, the Xanta Claus DVD debut. Awesome.

    • some guy says:

      Agree, no 5-star matches here but it looks like it could be a lot of fun. They always ham up the Christmas shows

  13. attitude.era.4life says:

    what a surprise:

    Only a Santa’s little Helper match from the kidz TeleTubbies era.

    Maybe they save some of the very good stuff for a Falls Count Anywhere vol. 2 compilation…naaaah, just wishfull thinking.. 😉

    • Stephen says:

      Was that sarcasm or were you seriously expecting every Christmas Divas match to be on here?

      • attitude.era.4life says:

        sarcasm…ooooh, hell yeah!

        I know, the entertaining Puppies-Era never is to return, but that does not make me stop rooting for it and everything else entertaining that happend in the time period of 1997-2008.

        But, there is appearently a wider market for the WWE to reach, although, I wish they would stick to put productions like these on the 9.99’er.

    • David says:

      TeleTubbies era? well kind of explains your name and your narrow vision…anything before the attitude era and after the attitude era don’t exist in your eyes. Fans say WWE can’t move on from attitude era guys…but fans are no less and always bring up the precious attitude era and put it on some pedestal when they seem to forget it was nothing but trash tv that went with society at that time.

      Move on already..

      • attitude.era.4life says:

        trash tv for sure.. but, damn, it was, and still is, much more entertaining than 3 hours of lame boring repetive angles from charachters with absolute no sparkle.

        And for the record: I own complete collection up until Summerslam 2012, and from that point, only got some interesting shows here and there..

        no doubt, that the AE and Ruthles Agression era are my favorites..that does not mean that WWE did not well after that..

        But, the shows in the Network era are getting worser for every month..but what can you expect..you pay 9.99..you get quality equal to that amount..

        Anyway.. it’s all bout taste.. I love trash, when done with sparkling feel for really put on a show.. WCW did trash angles and matches too..but, boy, those were really bad, compared to WWF. -lol-

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