Match Listing Revealed for WWE ‘True Giants’ DVD – Documentary & Matches

November 1, 2014 by Mark D

WWE True Giants - DVD & Blu-Ray Match Listing

Today is a big day here at… you might even say a GIANT day, because we exclusively have the match listing for the WWE “True Giants” DVD!

The 3 disc DVD/2 disc Blu-ray set will include a main feature looking at 15 giants from pro-wrestling history, accompanied by 27 matches spanning WWE’s entire video library, from Mid-South Wrestling, to World Class, to WCW and more in between.

“True Giants” will hit stores across he United States on December 9th. Fans in the U.S. can pre-order a copy now via by clicking here. It’s scheduled for release to fans in the UK & Europe also in December and will follow to Australia in early January.


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Main Feature:

  • Larger than Life Athletes
  • Big Show
  • Gorilla Monsoon
  • One Man Gang
  • Haystacks Calhoun
  • Giant Gonzales
  • Big John Studd
  • Kevin Nash
  • Ernie Ladd
  • Mark Henry
  • King Kong Bundy
  • Sycho Sid
  • Vader
  • Yokozuna
  • Great Khali
  • Andre the Giant
  • An Attraction onto Themselves

Complete Match Listing for WWE True Giants DVD and Blu-Ray




WWE Championship Match
Bruno Sammartino vs. Ernie Ladd
Madison Square Garden • March 1, 1976

WWE Championship Match
“Superstar” Billy Graham vs. Gorilla Monsoon
Madison Square Garden • May 16, 1977

Haystacks Calhoun vs. Nikolai Volkoff
Philadelphia, PA • March 25, 1978

American Heavyweight Championship Match
Ernie Ladd vs. Kerry Von Erich
WCCW Star Wars • June 1, 1981

Andre the Giant, Dusty Rhodes, & Junkyard Dog vs. Ernie Ladd & Wild Samoans
Mid-South Wrestling • January 14, 1982

King Kong Bundy vs. Dusty Rhodes
Mid-South Wrestling • September 15, 1983

WWE Championship Match
Big John Studd vs. Hulk Hogan
Madison Square Garden • September 22, 1984

Steel Cage Match
Kamala vs. Andre the Giant
Maple Leaf Gardens • October 21, 1984

One Man Gang vs. Shawn Michaels
World Class Championship Wrestling • January 11, 1985

King Kong Bundy & Big John Studd vs. British Bulldogs
Championship Wrestling • May 17, 1986

UWF Heavyweight Championship Match
One Man Gang vs. Ted DiBiase
UWF Power Pro Wrestling • November 18, 1986

WWE Championship Match
Andre the Giant vs. “Macho Man” Randy Savage
Madison Square Garden • September 29, 1988

WWE True Giants DVD Content and Full Match List




Battle of the Giants
El Gigante vs. One Man Gang
WCW Great American Bash • July 14, 1991

Sid Justice & Ric Flair vs. Hulk Hogan & Rowdy Roddy Piper
West Palm Beach, FL • February 18, 1992

Yokozuna vs. Earthquake
San Jose, CA • January 25, 1993

WWE Championship Match
Yokozuna vs. Hulk Hogan
King of the Ring • June 13, 1993

Rest in Peace Match
Giant Gonzales vs. Undertaker
SummerSlam • August 30, 1993

WWE Intercontinental Championship Match
Razor Ramon vs. Diesel
Superstars • April 30, 1994

2-on-1 Handicap Match
Vader vs. Ric Flair & Arn Anderson
WCW Clash of the Champions • August 1, 1995

Diesel vs. Isaac Yankem, D.D.S.
Superstars • January 20, 1996

WWE Championship Match
Sycho Sid vs. Bret “Hitman” Hart
RAW • February 17, 1997

WWE Hardcore Championship Match
Big Show vs. Rhyno
RAW • May 21, 2001

WWE United States Championship Match
Big Show vs. Eddie Guerrero
No Mercy • October 19, 2003

#1 Contender Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
Mark Henry vs. Rey Mysterio
SmackDown • January 20, 2006

No DQ #1 Contender Match for the WWE Championship
The Great Khali vs. Shawn Michaels
RAW • May 7, 2007

Monster Mash Battle Royal
Mark Henry vs. Big Daddy V vs. Kane vs. The Great Khali
ECW • October 30, 2007

Body Slam Challenge
Mark Henry vs. Big Show
RAW • September 7, 2009

WWE True Giants - DVD & Blu-Ray Match Listing




The “True Giants” Blu-ray exclusive content has now been revealed at the below link. The extras will include profiles on 4 more giants, 5 bonus matches, and a special feature.

Blu-Ray Extras for WWE “True Giants” – Four More Giants Profiled

WWE True Giants DVD Match Listing - Kamala


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  1. Ricardo Aguilera says:

    I was only disappointed cus undertaker or Kane were not in the list I don’t know why they r two of the greatest big giant men

  2. Jack says:

    Only one Haystacks match? I guess it’s cool that they included him.

  3. Shane C. Montgomery says:

    One Vader match and no Bam Bam Bigelow? Come on now! I know they are not big like the biggies but they were the best big men in wrestling. Still should be a good release.

  4. Frederick Latham says:

    How is 6’8″, 300-plus-pound Hulk Hogan not profiled here? His status as a legit ring “giant” gets lost amid all the celebrity status.

  5. Matthew Padgeon says:

    Vader vs. Kane (mask vs.mask) at no way out texas 1998 and The Bigshow vs. The Great Khail at Backlash 2008 should be on the list

  6. attitude.era.4life says:

    The omission of so great huge giants that foks like myself is talking bout, makes me wonder, if the future for dvd/bluray is like computer games have evolved to:

    d.l.c. – down loadble content!

    Only difference will be: you do not download, you stream..on the 9.99 network..and then you get the complete content eventually…one day…maybe..while you pay over and over and over for the same products with a few adding here and there..

    Let us hope that it is merely a gloomy theory, but..then is all about how much money can be generated for the Business, for as low productions costs as possible..

  7. Jeff Blue says:

    No sumo match from WrestleMania 21 or Kane vs Khali from WrestleMania 23?

  8. agetrod says:

    No Brusier Brody seems really weird. Studd had some great matches with Andre too. Still looks like a good set though other than the omission of Brody, Abdullah The Butcher and Stan Hanson.

  9. Fox says:

    Hogan/Piper vs. Flair/Sid did take place on Feb.18, 1992 in W.Palm Beach, FL at a TV taping, so as long as WWE didn’t mix up the date & location with another of their matches (most of which took place in March), this would indeed be a previously unreleased match.

    It also appears to have been the very first time this match took place, as Undertaker had been Flair’s partner vs. Hogan/Piper in the previous weeks before his “face turn” against Jake Roberts.

  10. Fosterma says:

    i agree wit metfan61,if done right this should have been such a great set.considering a lot of the young wrestling have never seen some of the great Giants from the past. What about the road warriors vs King Kong bundy and jerry Blackwell.and the Andre the giant vs jhon studd steel cage match from the spectrum would have been great.vader vs big boss man is another match. To many great matches to have repeats on a new dvd

  11. dj says:

    No Trapper Jon Harris???

    Btw, since when are people like mark henry giants? I can think of 10 way taller wrestlers

    • Vincenzzzzzo says:

      It’s all about what people view as a “giant”. The discussion on WWE Legends of Wrestling touched on that subject a lot during the episode. The panel was debating if Undertaker was considered a giant or not. Some thought he was while others did not think so. Is Mark Henry a “giant”? Who really knows.

  12. Metfan61 says:

    A lot of matches that haven’t been seen before but they also have a few that just make you wonder why they are here The One Man Gang Vs Shawn Micheals was on one of Shawns sets and just a squash The six man with Andre And Ernie Ladd was just on Mid-South the Andre Savage set was on Macho Madness the Hogan matches Vs Studd and Yokozuna and Diesel Vs Razor have all been seen before there is just too much to choose from to have any repeats at all in my opinion

  13. NickP says:

    Great set. Hopefully Bam bam, Undertaker, and Kane are blu-ray extras. I believe the Sid/Flair vs Hogan/Piper is the same match that was on The Immortal Hulk Hogan vhs from 1992. Very fun match to watch.

  14. Vincenzzzzzo says:

    Good match listing. I like when they add matches from the ’70’s. A lot of underrated matches from that time period.

  15. Fosterma says:

    not sure why bam bam was not included on dvd maybe the blue ray extras can complete it.hopeing for jerry Blackwell vs brusier Brody,Andre the giant vs blackjack mulling an,bam bam big allow vs killer khan or lawerance Taylor

  16. Lemo says:

    No Bam Bam !!!! Come on !!!!

  17. Your mom says:

    Undertaker is cool

  18. RCS1988 says:

    Sid Justice & Ric Flair vs. Hulk Hogan & Rowdy Roddy Piper
    West Palm Beach, FL • February 18, 1992

    While they did have a match there, it will probably be the Mobile Alabama 3/9/92 match that was on the 1992 Battle of the WWF Superstars Coliseum Video. WWE should use Graham Cawthon’s website as a reference, since WWE makes the easiest mistakes on dates.

    • LP1 says:

      I agree about the mistakes that WWE makes on dates, but they also specifically listed West Palm Beach as well. If they said “Mobile, AL – February 18, 1992” then I’d guess it was just a date error. At the same time WWE very rarely ever releases dark matches from TV tapings that weren’t already shown on Coliseum Video back in the day. The majority of dark matches back then were not taped at all and were just for the live audience. Any of the matches that were taped were specifically taped to be released on Coliseum Video. So you most likely are right, but who the hell knows at this point.

      • RCS1988 says:

        Actually, the WWE would tape everything at the TV tapings, incase they would want to use it for future use. I really hope it is the West Palm Beach match, but who knows. If it is the West Palm Beach match, then they should start throwing in dark matches from TV tapings on other DVD’s here and there.

  19. Howard says:

    @LP1 The match on the BOTS 92 tape I have wasn’t at the Garden, so I’d say its the one that will be on this Giants set.

  20. James W. says:

    I really wish Bam Bam, Kamala, Boss Man and Natural Disasters were in documentary. Hoping for maybe Blu Ray. Will pick this up. Happy for match listing.

  21. hairynutsackonyourmomsface says:

    Could have been an entire dvd without repeats but I am excited for a few matches. Bam Bam Bigelow not included is a damn shame though.

  22. Howard says:

    The Hogan & Piper vs Sid & Flair was on the Battle of the Superstars 1992 Coliseum Video

  23. Ko says:

    I am surprised the below giant are not included:
    Bam bam beglow
    Big boss man
    Giant baba: it would have been great if they include a match Bruno samartino and giant baba

    • motorhead says:

      Agree, @KD, not including Bam Bam is a BIG mistake. The best, one of at the very least, big men EVER. Boss Man and Natural Disasters for sure, seeing as they were for some time the biggest heel team in WWF, and then as babyfaces they were just as big. And yes, I’ve been punning my arse off with all the “big” stuff, I rolls hows I roll, folks… Also should have included the Twin Towers, seeing as they were pushed to the moon. So maybe a category of big men tag teams would have encompassed the four men, or in Akeem’s case, gimmick, seeing as OMG is already included. A little disappointing considering it’s not a “History of WWE” big men set, but a compilation of big men throughout history. I think the Blu-Ray exclusives should include the Legends of Wrestling roundtable of giants in wrestling. Jim Ross offered some very unique and proper insight into the subject.

    • gene says:

      Bam Bam might be on the blu ray extras

  24. LP1 says:

    This looks like a lot of fun. Anyone that was expecting 5-star classic matches on this set were fooling themselves. An interesting note is the Hogan & Piper vs Flair & Sid tag match from ’92 has never been seen anywhere. It was a dark match at a Wrestling Challenge taping.

  25. Fosterma says:

    i still going to buy and add to my collection. But a little disappointed in the match selection. Plus blackjack mulligan,jerry Blackwell,brusier Brody, abduller the butcher and Stan Hanson were left out. Wwe when are you going to start letting real wrestling fans make your DVDs. Lol Jim Ross where are you

  26. Howard says:

    No Big Boss Man? I would like a set that covered anything from 1988 to 1992 WWF.

  27. jim says:

    i wish they would release Hogan vs Kamala from maple leaf Gardens jan 1987 i see the Andre Kamala i wish they would under blu-ray exclusives but not likely and sting vs vader 1993 superbrawl as well but over great set i will be picking this up.

  28. Nicolas Hébert says:

    Diesel vs Isaac Yankem D.D.S Superstars January 20th 1996.

    The real Diesel facing the future fake Diesel in that same year when Kevin Nash went to WCW.

  29. Cody Schields says:

    Love the Diesel vs Isaac Yankem match, since Isaac went on to work as the new Diesel later in the year and then a year later he hit it big with Kane

  30. Anonymous says:

    Looks godawful, which was to be expected.

  31. james says:

    Great listing, even though I wish it included The Natural Disasters.

  32. King1115 says:

    Why isn’t El Gigante part of The Documentary portion?

  33. Lawrence says:

    Pleasantly surprised by the match listing! I’m a fan of old-school matches and there are more of those type matches than I was anticipating. I expect to purchase this set.

  34. Fox says:

    Decent match listing, at least much better than I expected! The 2 new Ernie Ladd matches sold it for me, especially the Stars Wars ’81 vs. Kerry (from what might’ve been the very first “Star Wars” Supercard). Of course there are a few unnecessary repeats, plus Gang/Gigante Bash ’91 & Yoko/Hogan KOTR ’93 are just AWFUL matches. Still, the good looks to far outweigh the bad (no pun intended) and we get what’ll hopefully be a decent Documentary to boot. Hopefully the Bluray exclusives tip the scales even more!

  35. Tommy d says:

    Finally hart/sid from raw is being released.

  36. indyfan says:

    looks pretty bad. Skipping it.

  37. Calvin Heikkila says:

    Pretty disappointed at the set only having one Vader match, but looks good overall.

  38. Archangel says:

    Match lineup for disc 2 looks good. Not so sure about disc 3. I was hoping it would have the big Survivor Series match with Andre, Gang, and Bundy on one team.

  39. SRB says:

    No complaints on my end. The documentary feature looks similar to the 80’s and 90’s sets we’ve gotten and this is a great way to showcase these guys who will likely not get sets of their own. There are some great matches here and plenty of gems. I’m already curious how long the set will be. It does look pretty packed. Excited for the exclusives. Maybe more superstars will be featured like Big Boss Man. Cena’s set featured more rivalries on the exclusives, maybe this will follow the same format.

  40. attitude.era.4life says:

    while I am still gonna get this one, I am slightly disappointet that the like of Big Daddy V is not being profiled, especially since he passed away. I can only assume, wwe is afraid of any issues it may cause with Nelson’s money greedy screwball widow.

    I am also disappointet that only 15 giants appearently are highlighted, since it was firstly advertised as having at least 20. Maybe a second volume is on the mind of wwe, if this one sells well enough.

    Other than that, looks HUGE.. 😉