New Shots of WWE War Games DVD/Blu-Ray, List of All WCW Matches on DVD

May 8, 2013 by Daniel Bee

War Games WCW's Most Notorious Matches

War Games: WCW’s Most Notorious Matches” is on the way next month, and below are new cover shots of both DVD and Blu-ray editions.

The War Games DVD is hosted by Dusty Rhodes and officially hits stores on June 25th in the United States. You can get your pre-order in now with Amazon by clicking here.

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“BITTER RIVALRIES. MONUMENTAL MATCHES.
THE MOST DANGEROUS BATTLES IN SPORTS ENTERTAINMENT.”

Take one part Royal Rumble, one part Survivor Series, add in two punishing steel cages- and the result is a battle that spanned two rings and cemented a legacy as one of the most unpredictable and unmistakable matches of all time: War Games. WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes – the mind behind the mayhem – introduces some of the most famous War Games matches (featuring Ric Flair, Sting, the nWo, and more) and gives viewers a comprehensive look inside NWA/WCW’s most innovative concept that revolutionized sports entertainment.

Match Listing for WWE “War Games: WCW’s Most Notorious Matches” DVD

     

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Thanks to die-hard WWEDVDNews reader Cody Linton, below is a comprehensive list of all WCW matches (from November of 1988 onwards) ever released on WWE Home Video, be it DVD or Blu-ray. Cody would like to share his work and findings with other like-minded WWE DVD collectors, and therefore we’re including it here for your reference.

1988

Ric Flair & Barry Windham vs. Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton, Stan Lane)
Clash of the Champions IV – Dec. 7, 1988
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

World Tag Team Championship
Dusty Rhodes & Sting vs. Road Warriors (Hawk, Animal)
Starrcade – Dec. 26, 1988
(from Starrcade: The Essential Collection & The American Dream: The Dusty Rhodes Story)

World Heavyweight Championship
Ric Flair vs. Lex Luger
Starrcade – Dec. 26, 1988
(from Starrcade: The Essential Collection & Legends of Wrestling)

1989

Loser Leaves Town Six-Man Tag Team Match
Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton, Stan Lane) & Jim Cornette vs. Rock N’ Roll Express (Jack Victory, Randy Rose) & Paul E. Dangerously
Chi-Town Rumble – Feb. 20, 1989
(from Legends of Wrestling: Heatseakers)

World Heavyweight Championship
Ric Flair vs. Ricky Steamboat
Chi-Town Rumble – Feb. 20, 1989
(from The Rise and Fall of WCW)

Barry Windham & Kendal Windham vs. Michael Hayes & Lex Luger
March 18, 1989
(from The Most Powerful Families in Wrestling History)

World Heavyweight Championship
Ric Flair vs. Ricky Steamboat
Clash of the Champions VI – April 2, 1989
(from The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection & Ricky Steamboat: The Life Story of the Dragon)

United States Championship
Lex Luger vs. Michael Hayes
WrestleWar – May 7, 1989
(from Legends of Wrestling: Heatseakers)

World Heavyweight Championship
Ric Flair vs. Ricky Steamboat
WrestleWar – May 7, 1989
(from The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection)

Terry Funk vs. Ricky Steamboat
Clash of the Champions VII – June 14, 1989
(from Legends of Wrestling)

Tuxedo Match
Paul E. Dangerously vs. Jim Cornette
Great American Bash – July 23, 1989
(from World’s Greatest Wrestling Managers

United States Championship
Ricky Steamboat vs. Lex Luger
Great American Bash – July 23, 1989
(from Ricky Steamboat: The Life Story of the Dragon)

World Heavyweight Championship
Ric Flair vs. Terry Funk
Great American Bash – July 23, 1989
(from Nature Boy Ric Flair: The Definitive Collection & Legends of Wrestling)

War Games Match
Road Warriors (Hawk, Animal), Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton, Stan Lane) & Steve Williams vs. Fabulous Freebirds (Michael Hayes, Jimmy Garvin, Terry Gordy) & Samoan Swat Team (Fatu, Samu)
Great American Bash – July 23, 1989
(from War Games: WCW’s Most Notorious Matches)

United States Championship
Brian Pillman vs. Lex Luger
Halloween Havoc – Oct. 28, 1989
(from Brian Pillman Loose Cannon)

Thunderdome Match
Ric Flair & Sting vs. Great Muta & Terry Funk
Halloween Havoc – Oct. 28, 1989
(from Legends of Wrestling)

I Quit Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
Ric Flair vs. Terry Funk
Clash of the Champions IX – Nov. 15, 1989
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions & The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection)

Iron Man Tag Team Tournament
Road Warriors (Hawk, Animal) vs. Steiner Brothers (Scott, Rick)
Starrcade – Dec. 13, 1989
(from Starrcade: The Essential Collection)

Iron Man Singles Tournament
Sting vs. Great Muta
Starrcade – Dec. 13, 1989
(from Starrcade: The Essential Collection)

Iron Man Singles Tournament
Sting vs. Ric Flair
Starrcade – Dec. 13, 1989
(from Starrcade: The Essential Collection)

1990

Mil Mascaras vs. Cactus Jack
Clash of the Champions X – Feb. 6, 1990
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

Rock ‘N Roll Express (Jack Victory, Randy Rose) vs. Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton, Stan Lane)
Wrestle War – Feb. 25, 1990
(from The Rise and Fall of WCW)

Cactus Jack vs. Keith Hart
WCW Power Hour – March 1990
(from For All Mankind: The Life & Career of Mick Foley)

Steel Cage Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
Ric Flair vs. Lex Luger
Capital Combat – May 19, 1990
(from The Greatest Cage Matches of All Time)

World Tag Team Championship
Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton, Stan Lane) vs. Rock N’ Roll Express (Jack Victory, Randy Rose)
Clash of the Champions XI – June 13, 1990
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

United States Tag Team Championship
Midnight Express (Bobby Eaton, Stan Lane) vs. Southern Boys (Steve Armstrong, Tracy Smothers)
Great American Bash – July 7, 1990
(from The Rise and Fall of WCW)

World Heavyweight Championship
Ric Flair vs. Sting
Great American Bash – July 7, 1990
(from The History of the World Heavyweight Championship)

United States Championship
Ric Flair vs. Lex Luger
Clash of the Champions XII – Sept. 5, 1990
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

Street Fight for the World Tag Team Championship
Doom (Ron Simmons, Butch Reed) vs. Barry Windham & Arn Anderson
Starrcade – Dec. 16, 1990
(from Falls Count Anywhere: Greatest Street Fights)

1991

World Heavyweight Championship Match
Ric Flair vs. Scott Steiner
Clash of the Champions XIV – January 30, 1991
(from The History of the World Heavyweight Championship)

War Games Match
Brian Pillman, Sting & Steiner Brothers (Scott, Rick) vs. Ric Flair, Barry Windham, Sid Vicious & Larry Zbyzsko
WrestleWar – Feb. 24, 1991
(from Brian Pillman Loose Cannon & War Games: WCW’s Most Notorious Matches)

Great Muta vs. Sting
Japan Supershow – March 21, 1991
(from Wrestling’s Highest Flyers)

Title vs. Title Match
Steiner Brothers (Scott, Rick) vs. Hiroshi Hase & Kensuke Sasaki
Japan Supershow – March 21, 1991
(from Allied Powers: The World’s Greatest Tag Teams)

World Tag Team Championship Match
Steiner Brothers (Scott, Rick) vs. Sting & Lex Luger
SuperBrawl – May 19, 1991
(from The Rise and Fall of WCW)

Television Championship
Steve Austin vs. Bobby Eaton
Worldwide – June 3, 1991
(from The Stone Cold Truth)

Young Pistols (Steve, Armstrong, Tracy Smothers) & Z-Man vs. Fabulous Freebirds (Michael Hayes, Jimmy Garvin, Badstreet)
Clash of the Champions XV – June 12, 1991
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

Loser Leaves Town Match
Brian Pillman & El Gigante vs. Barry Windham & Arn Anderson
Clash of the Champions XV – June 12, 1991
(from Brian Pillman Loose Cannon)

World Heavyweight Championship
Lex Luger vs. Barry Windham
Great American Bash – July 14, 1991
(from The History of the World Heavyweight Championship)

15-Man Battle Royal
Clash of the Champions XVI – Sept. 5, 1991
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

World Light-Heavyweight Championship Match
Brian Pillman vs. Richard Morton
Halloween Havoc – Oct. 27, 1991
(from Brian Pillman Loose Cannon)

Submit or Surrender Match
Cactus Jack vs. Sting
WCW Power Hour – Nov. 1991
(from For All Mankind: The Life & Career of Mick Foley)

World Tag Team Championship Match
Ricky Steamboat & Dustin Rhodes vs. Arn Anderson & Larry Zbyzsko
Clash of the Champions XVII – Nov. 19, 1991
(from Ricky Steamboat: The Life Story of the Dragon)

United States Championship Match
Sting vs. Rick Rude
Clash of the Champions XVII – Nov. 19, 1991
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

BattleBowl
Starrcade – Dec. 29, 1991
(from Starrcade: The Essential Collection)

1992

Falls Count Anywhere
Cactus Jack vs. Van Hammer
Clash of the Champions XVIII – Jan. 21, 1992
(from For All Mankind: The Life & Career of Mick Foley)

Sting & Ricky Steamboat vs. Rick Rude & Steve Austin
Clash of the Champions XVIII – Jan. 21, 1992
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

World Light-Heavyweight Championship
Brian Pillman vs. Jushin Liger
Superbrawl II – Feb. 22, 1992
(from Brian Pillman Loose Cannon)

War Games Match
Sting, Nikita Koloff, Dustin Rhodes, Ricky Steamboat & Barry Windham
vs. Arn Anderson, Bobby Eaton, Steve Austin, Larry Zbyszko & Rick Rude
WrestleWar – May 17, 1992
(from War Games: WCW’s Most Notorious Matches)

Iron Man Challenge Match
Ricky Steamboat vs. Rick Rude
Beach Blast – June 20, 1992
(from Ricky Steamboat: The Life Story of the Dragon)

Falls Count Anywhere
Sting vs. Cactus Jack
Beach Blast – June 20, 1992
(from Falls Count Anywhere: Greatest Street Fights)

World Heavyweight Championship
Sting vs. Vader
Great American Bash – July 12, 1992
(from The Rise and Fall of WCW)

World Heavyweight Championship
Vader vs. Ron Simmons
Baltimore, MD – Aug. 2, 1992
(from The History of the World Heavyweight Championship)

No Disqualification Match for the Television Championship
Ricky Steamboat vs. Steve Austin
Clash of the Champions XX – Sept. 2, 1992
(from Ricky Steamboat: The Life Story of the Dragon)

Ricky Steamboat vs. Brian Pillman
Halloween Havoc – Oct. 25, 1992
(from Wrestling’s Highest Flyers)

Coal Miner’s Glove Match
Sting vs. Jake Roberts
Halloween Havoc – Oct. 25, 1992
(from Jake “The Snake” Roberts: Pick Your Poison)

Brian Pillman & Barry Windham vs. Johnny Gunn & Tom Zenk
WCW Saturday Night – Dec. 26, 1992
(from Brian Pillman Loose Cannon)

World Tag Team Championship
Barry Windham & Brian Pillman vs. Ricky Steamboat & Shane Douglas
Starrcade – Dec. 28, 1992
(from Starrcade: The Essential Collection)

King of Cable Tournament Final
Sting vs. Vader
Starrcade – Dec. 28, 1992
(from Starrcade: The Essential Collection)

1993

Thunder Cage Match
Dustin Rhodes & Sting vs. Vader, Paul Orndorff & Barry Windham
Clash of the Champions XXII – Jan. 13, 1993
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

Robbie V vs. Pat Rose
WCW Saturday Night – Jan 23, 1993
(from Rob Van Dam: One of a Kind)

Robbie V vs. Scotty Flamingo
WCW Worldwide – Feb. 8, 1993
(from Rob Van Dam: One of a Kind)

Cactus Jack vs. Vader
WCW Saturday Night – April 17, 1993
(from Mick Foley: Greatest Hits & Misses)

Chris Benoit vs. Too Cold Scorpio
Superbrawl III- February 21, 1993
(from Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story)

Steel Cage Match for the World Tag Team Championship
Hollywood Blondes (Brian Pillman, Steve Austin) vs. Dos Hombres
Slamboree – May 23, 1993
(from The & Brian Pillman Loose Cannon)

2 out of 3 Falls Match
Ric Flair & Arn Anderson vs. Hollywood Blondes (Brian Pillman, Steve Austin)
Clash of the Champions XXIII – June 17, 1993
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions & The Stone Cold Truth)

War Games Match
Sting, Davey Boy Smith, Dustin Rhodes & Shockmaster vs. Sid Vicious, Vader & Harlem Heat (Booker T, Stevie Ray)
Fall Brawl Sept. 19, 1993
(from War Games: WCW’s Most Notorious Matches)

Human Cage Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
Vader vs. Ricky Steamboat
WCW Saturday Night – Oct. 16, 1993
(from The History of the World Heavyweight Championship)

Brian Pillman vs. Steve Austin
Clash of the Champions XXV – Nov. 10, 1993
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions & Legacy of Stone Cold Steve Austin)

2 out of 3 Falls for the United States Championship
Dustin Rhodes vs. Steve Austin
Starrcade – Dec. 27, 1993
(from Starrcade: The Essential Collection)

World Heavyweight Championship – Ric Flair’s Career Is On the Line
Ric Flair vs. Vader
Starrcade – Dec. 27, 1993
(from Starrcade: The Essential Collection)

1994

Television Championship
Lord Steven Regal vs. Dustin Rhodes
Clash of the Champions XXVI – Jan. 27, 1994
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

Elimination Tag Team Match
Sting & Ric Flair vs. Rick Rude & Vader
Clash of the Champions XXVI – Jan. 27, 1994
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

Thundercage Match
Brian Pillman, Sting & Dustin Rhodes vs. Paul Orndorff, Steve Austin & Rick Rude
Superbrawl IV- Feb. 20, 1994
(from Brian Pillman Loose Cannon)

Chicago Street Fight
Cactus Jack & Maxx Payne vs. Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs, Jerry Saggs)
Spring Stampede – April 17, 1994
(from Mick Foley: Greatest Hits & Misses)

International World Heavyweight Championship
Rick Rude vs. Sting
Spring Stampede – April 17, 1994
(from The Rise and Fall of WCW)

World Heavyweight Championship
Ric Flair vs. Ricky Steamboat
Spring Stampede – April 17, 1994
(from Nature Boy Ric Flair: The Definitive Collection)

Terry Funk vs. Tully Blanchard
Slamboree – May 22, 1994
(from Legends of Wrestling)

International World Heavyweight Championship
Sting vs. Vader
Slamboree – May 22, 1994
(from Greatest Stars of the 90s)

Championship Unification Match
Sting vs. Ric Flair
Clash of the Champions XXVII – June 23, 1994
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

United States Championship
Steve Austin vs. Ricky Steamboat
Bash at the Beach – July 17, 1994
(from Stone Cold Steve Austin: What?)

World Heavyweight Championship
Ric Flair vs. Hulk Hogan
Bash at the Beach – July 17, 1994
(from The Rise and Fall of WCW & Hulk Hogan The Ultimate Anthology)

Steve Austin & Ric Flair vs. Sting & Ricky Steamboat
WCW Saturday Night – July 30, 1994
(from Steve Austin: The Most Popular Superstar Of All Time)

Dusty Rhodes & Dustin Rhodes vs. Terry Funk & Bunkhouse Buck
Clash of the Champions XXVIII – Aug. 24, 1994
(from The Most Powerful Families in Wrestling History)

United States Championship
Steve Austin vs. Ricky Steamboat
Clash of the Champions XXVIII – Aug. 24, 1994
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions & The Legacy of Stone Cold Steve Austin)

War Games Match
Dusty Rhodes, Dustin Rhodes & Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs, Jerry Saggs) vs. Terry Funk, Arn Anderson, Bunkhouse Buck & Colonel Robert Parker
Fall Brawl – Sept. 18, 1994
(from War Games: WCW’s Most Notorious Matches)

Career vs. Career Steel Cage Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair
Halloween Havoc – Oct. 23, 1994
(from The History of the World Heavyweight Championship)

1995

Hulk Hogan & Randy Savage vs. Vader & Ric Flair
Slamboree – May 21, 1995
(from Hulk Hogan’s Unreleased Collector’s Series)

Brian Pillman vs. Alex Wright
Great American Bash – June 18, 1995
(from Wrestling’s Highest Flyers)

Lifeguard Match
Randy Savage vs. Ric Flair
Bash at the Beach – July 16, 1995
(from Macho Madness – The Ultimate Randy Savage Collection)

Steel Cage Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
Hulk Hogan vs. Vader
Bash at the Beach – July 16, 1995
(from Hulk Hogan’s Unreleased Collector’s Series)

Brian Pillman vs. Jushin Liger
Nitro – Sept. 4, 1995
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1 & Brian Pillman: loose Cannon)

Hulk Hogan vs. Big Bubba Rogers
Nitro – 4th September, 1995
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

United States Championship Match
Sting vs. Ric Flair
Nitro – Sept. 4, 1995
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

World Heavyweight Championship Match
Hulk Hogan vs. Lex Luger
Nitro – Sept. 11, 1995
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Arn Anderson vs. Ric Flair
Fall Brawl – Sept. 17, 1995
(from Ric Flair & The Four Horsemen)

War Games Match
Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, Lex Luger & Sting vs. Kamala, Zodiac, Shark & Meng
Fall Brawl – Sept. 17, 1995
(from War Games: WCW’s Most Notorious Matches)

Ric Flair vs. Brian Pillman
Nitro – Sept. 18, 1995
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Chris Benoit vs. Eddie Guerrero
Nitro – Oct. 16, 1995
(from Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story)

Sumo Monster Truck Competition
Giant vs. Hulk Hogan
Halloween Havoc – Oct. 29, 1995
(from The Big Show: A Giant’s World)

World Heavyweight Championship Match
Giant vs. Hulk Hogan
Halloween Havoc – Oct. 29, 1995
(from The Big Show: A Giant’s World)

Hulk Hogan vs. Sting
Nitro – Nov. 20, 1995
(from Hulk Hogan’s Unreleased Collector’s Series)

Madusa trashes the WWE Women’s Championship
Nitro – Dec. 18, 1995
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Eddie Guerrero vs. Shinjiro Ootani
Starrcade – Dec. 27, 1995
(from Starrcade: The Essential Collection & Viva La Raza! The Legacy of Eddie Guerrero)

1996

Randy Savage & Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair & Arn Anderson
Nitro – Jan. 8, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Brian Pillman vs. Dean Malenko
Nitro – Jan. 22, 1996
(from Brian Pillman Loose Cannon)

World Heavyweight Championship Match
Randy Savage vs. Ric Flair
Nitro – Jan. 22, 1996
(from Macho Madness – The Ultimate Randy Savage Collection)

Brian Pillman vs. Eddie Guerrero
Clash of the Champions XXXII – Jan. 23, 1996
(from Brian Pillman Loose Cannon)

Hulk Hogan & Randy Savage vs. Ric Flair & Giant
Clash of the Champions XXXII – Jan. 23, 1996
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

World Tag Team Championship
Sting & Lex Luger vs. Road Warriors (Hawk, Animal)
Nitro – Feb. 5, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Anything Goes, Falls Count Anywhere Street Fight
Public Enemy (Rocco Rock, Johnny Grunge) vs. Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs, Jerry Saggs)
SuperBrawl VI – Feb. 11, 1996
(from Allied Powers: The World’s Greatest Tag Teams)

World Tag Team Championship
Sting & Lex Luger vs. Road Warriors (Hawk, Animal)
SuperBrawl VI – Feb. 11, 1996
(from Road Warriors: The Life and Death of the Most Dominant Tag Team in Wrestling History)

Hulk Hogan vs. Arn Anderson
Nitro – Feb. 12, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Steiner Brothers (Scott, Rick) vs. Road Warriors (Hawk, Animal)
Nitro – March 11, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Chicago Street Fight
Booker T & Sting vs. Road Warriors (Hawk, Animal)
Uncensored – March 24, 1996
(from Falls Count Anywhere: Greatest Street Fights)

Parking Lot Brawl
Steven Regal vs. Belfast Bruiser
Nitro – April 29, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

World Heavyweight Championship Match
Ric Flair vs. Giant
Nitro – April 29, 1996
(from The Rise and Fall of WCW & The Big Show: A Giant’s World)

Jushin Liger vs. Dean Malenko
Nitro – May 6, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

World Heavyweight Championship Match
The Giant vs. Sting
Slamboree – May 19, 1996
(from The Big Show: A Giant’s World)

Eddie Guerrero vs. Ric Flair
Nitro – May 20, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Scott Hall Nitro Debut
Nitro – May 27, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Kevin Nash Nitro Debut
Nitro – June 20, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Cruiserweight Championship
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Dean Malenko
Great American Bash – June 16, 1996
(from Rey Mysterio: The Biggest Little Man)

Chris Benoit vs. Kevin Sullivan
Great American Bash – June 16, 1996
(from Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story)

World Heavyweight Championship
Giant vs. Lex Luger
Great American Bash – June 16, 1996
(from The Big Show: A Giant’s World)

One Cool Dude
Nitro – June 17, 1996
(from Macho Madness – The Ultimate Randy Savage Collection)

World Tag Team Championship Triangle Match
Sting & Lex Luger vs. Steiner Brother (Scott, Rick) vs. Harlem Heat (Booker T, Stevie Ray)
Nitro – June 24, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Cruiserweight Championship
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Psychosis
Bash At The Beach – July 7, 1996
(from Rey Mysterio 619)

Kevin Nash & Scott Hall vs. Randy Savage, Sting & Lex Luger
Bash At The Beach – July 7, 1996
(from nWo: The Revolution)

Cruiserweight Championship
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Dean Malenko
Nitro – July 8, 1996
(from Rey Mysterio: The Biggest Little Man)

nWo is Taking Over
Nitro – July 8, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

The Outsiders attack WCW Superstars
Nitro – July 29, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Cruiserweight Championship
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Ultimate Dragon
Hog Wild – Aug. 10, 1996
(from Rey Mysterio: The Biggest Little Man)

United States Championship
Ric Flair vs. Eddie Guerrero
Hog Wild – Aug. 10, 1996
(from Viva La Raza! The Legacy of Eddie Guerrero)

World Tag Team Championship
Harlem Heat (Booker T, Stevie Ray) vs. Steiner Brothers (Scott, Rick)
Hog Wild – Aug. 10, 1996
(from Allied Powers: The World’s Greatest Tag Teams)

World Heavyweight Championship
Giant vs. Hollywood Hogan
Hog Wild – Aug. 10, 1996
(from nWo: The Revolution & Hulk Hogan:The Ultimate Anthology)

Cruiserweight Championship
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Dean Malenko
Clash of the Champions XXXIII – Aug. 15, 1996
(from The Rise and Fall of WCW)

Medusa vs. Bull Nakano
Clash of the Champions XXXIII – Aug. 15, 1996
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

Match for the BattleBowl Ring
Diamond Dallas Page vs. Eddie Guerrero
Clash of the Champions XXXIII – Aug. 15, 1996
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

World Tag Team Championship Triple Threat Match
Harlem Heat (Booker T, Stevie Ray) vs. Steiner Brothers (Scott, Rick) vs. Sting & Lex Luger
Clash of the Champions XXXIII – Aug. 15, 1996
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

World Heavyweight Championship
Hollywood Hogan vs. Ric Flair
Clash of the Champions XXXIII – Aug. 15, 1996
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

Rey Mysterio Jr. vs Mr. JL
Nitro – Aug. 26, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Sting & Lex Luger vs. Scott Hall & Kevin Nash
Nitro – Aug. 12, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Chris Jericho vs. Alex Wright
Nitro – Aug. 26, 1996
(from Before They Were Superstars 2)

nWo takes Over
Nitro – Aug. 26, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

“Sting” attacks Lex Luger
Nitro – Sept. 9, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Cruiserweight Championship
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Super Calo
Fall Brawl – Sept. 15, 1996
(from Rey Mysterio: The Biggest Little Man)

War Games Match
Sting, Lex Luger, Ric Fair & Arn Anderson vs. Hollywood Hogan, Kevin Nash, Scott Hall & Mystery Partner
Fall Brawl – Sept. 15, 1996
(from The Rise and Fall of WCW & War Games: WCW’s Most Notorious Matches)

Cruiserweight Championship
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Juventud Guerrera
Nitro – Sept. 16, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Sting walks out on Nitro
Nitro – Sept. 16, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Eric Bischoff’s Biggest Regret
Nitro – Sept. 30, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Mr. J.L. vs. nWo Sting
Nitro – Oct. 21, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Cruiserweight Championship
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Dean Malenko
Halloween Havoc – Oct. 27, 1996
(from Rey Mysterio: The Biggest Little Man)

World Tag Team Championship
Kevin Nash & Scott Hall vs. Harlem Heat (Booker T, Stevie Ray)
Halloween Havoc – Oct. 27, 1996
(from nWo: The Revolution & Powers: The World’s Greatest Tag Teams)

Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Juventud Guerrera
WCW Pro Wrestling – Nov. 3, 1996
(from Rey Mysterio: The Life of a Masked Man)

Syxx vs. Bounty Hunter
nWo Saturday Night – Nov. 9, 1996
(from nWo: The Revolution)

Roddy Piper confronts Eric Bischoff
Nitro – Nov. 18, 1996
(from nWo: The Revolution)

J-Crown Cruiserweight Championship Match
Ultimo Dragon vs. Rey Mysterio Jr.
World War 3 – Nov. 24, 1996
(from Wrestling’s Highest Flyers)

United States Championship Tournament Quarter Finals Match
Diamond Dallas Page vs. Jeff Jarrett
Nitro – Dec. 9, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Jushin Liger
Starrcade – Dec. 29, 1996
(from Rey Mysterio: The Biggest Little Man)

The Match of the Decade
Roddy Piper vs. Hollywood Hogan
Starrcade – Dec. 29, 1996
(from Starrcade: The Essential Collection & Born To Controversy: The Roddy Piper Story)

Hollywood Hogan confronts Roddy Piper
Nitro – Dec. 30, 1996
(from nWo: The Revolution)

Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Dean Malenko
Nitro – December 30, 1996
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

1997

Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Chavo Guerreo Jr.
WCW Saturday Night – Jan. 11, 1997
(from Rey Mysterio: The Life of a Masked Man)

Diamond Dallas Page vs. Mark Starr
Nitro – Jan. 13, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Cruiserweight Championship
Ultimo Dragon vs. Dean Malenko
Clash of the Champions XXXIV – Jan. 21, 1997
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

United States Championship Ladder Match
Syxx vs. Eddie Guerrero
Souled Out – Jan. 25, 1997
(from The Rise and Fall of WCW & Ladder Match 2: Crash & Burn)

World Tag Team Championship
Kevin Nash & Scott Hall vs. Steiner Brothers (Scott, Rick)
Souled Out – Jan. 25, 1997
(from nWo: The Revolution)

World Heavyweight Championship
Hollywood Hogan vs. Giant
Souled Out – Jan. 25, 1997
(from Hulk Hogan’s Unreleased Collector’s Series)

United States Championship
Eddie Guerrero vs. Chris Jericho
SuperBrawl VII – Feb. 23, 1997
(from Viva La Raza! The Legacy of Eddie Guerrero)

World Tag Team Championship
Kevin Nash & Scott Hall vs. Giant & Lex Luger
SuperBrawl VII – Feb. 23, 1997
(from The 50 Greatest Finishing Moves in WWE History)

World Heavyweight Championship
Hollywood Hogan vs. Roddy Piper
SuperBrawl VII – Feb. 23, 1997
(from nWo: The Revolution)

Harvey Schiller suspends Eric Bischoff
Nitro – March 3, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

United States Championship No Disqualification Match
Eddie Guerrero vs. Dean Malenko
Uncensored – March 16, 1997
(from The Rise and Fall of WCW)

Ultimo Dragon vs. Psychosis
Uncensored – March 16, 1997
(from Wrestling’s Highest Flyers)

Sting attacks the nWo
Nitro – March 17, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Ultimate Dragon
Spring Stampede – April 6, 1997
(from Rey Mysterio: The Biggest Little Man)

Cruiserweight Championship
Syxx vs. Rey Mysterio Jr.
Nitro – April 21, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Kevin Nash patches up potholes
Nitro – April 21, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

nWo Madness
Nitro – April 28, 1997
(from Macho Madness – The Ultimate Randy Savage Collection)

Hollywood Hogan makes Sting worship him
Nitro – May 26, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Ric Flair vs. Scott Hall
Nitro – June 2, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Falls Count Anywhere Match
Randy Savage vs. Diamond Dallas Page
Great American Bash – June 15, 1997
(from Macho Madness – The Ultimate Randy Savage Collection)

Hollywood Hogan & Dennis Rodman call out Lex Luger & Giant
Nitro – June 16, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Kevin Nash
Nitro – June 30, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

La Parka vs. Randy Savage
Nitro – July 7, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Juventud Guerrera, Hector Garza & Lizmark Jr. vs. La Parka, Psychosis & Villano IV
Bash at the Beach – July 13, 1997
(from Wrestling’s Highest Flyers)

Cruiserweight Championship
Chris Jericho vs. Ultimo Dragon
Bash at the Beach – July 13, 1997
(from Wrestling’s Highest Flyers)

Hollywood Hogan & Dennis Rodman vs. Lex Luger & Giant
Bash at the Beach – July 13, 1997
(from nWo: The Revolution)

World Heavyweight Championship
Hollywood Hogan vs. Lex Luger
Nitro – Aug. 4, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1 & Greatest Stars of the 90’s)

Cruiserweight Championship
Chris Jericho vs. Eddie Guerrero
Clash of the Champions XXXV – Aug. 21, 1997
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

Diamond Dallas Page & Lex Luger vs. Scott Hall & Randy Savage
Clash of the Champions XXXV – Aug. 21, 1997
(from The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions)

nWo mocks the Four Horsemen
Nitro – Sept. 1, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Eddie Guerrero
Nitro – Sept. 8, 1997
(from Rey Mysterio: The Life of a Masked Man)

Cruiserweight Championship
Chris Jericho vs. Eddie Guerrero
Fall Brawl – Sept. 14, 1997
(from Breaking The Code: Behind The Walls of Chris Jericho & Cheating Death, Stealing Life: The Eddie Guerrero Story)

War Games Match
Kevin Nash, Buff Bagwell, Syxx & Konnan vs. Ric Flair, Steve McMichael, Chris Benoit & Curt Hennig
Fall Brawl – Sept. 14, 1997
(from War Games: WCW’s Most Notorious Matches)

Goldberg vs. Hugh Morrus
Nitro – Sept. 22, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Diamond Dallas Page vs. Buff Bagwell
Nitro – Sept. 29, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Booker T vs. Jeff Jarrett
Nitro – Oct. 6, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Cruiserweight Championship
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Eddie Guerrero
Halloween Havoc – Oct. 26, 1997
(from Wrestling’s Highest Flyers & Rey Mysterio: The Biggest Little Man)

Las Vegas Sudden Death Match
Diamond Dallas Page vs. Randy Savage
Halloween Havoc – Oct. 26, 1997
(from nWo: The Revolution)

Sting Saves DDP from the nWo
Nitro – Oct. 27 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Street Fight for the World Tag Team Championship
Steiner Brothers (Scott, Rick) vs. Public Enemy (Rocco Rock, Johnny Grunge)
Nitro – Nov. 3, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Cruiserweight Championship
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Eddie Guerrero
Nitro – Nov. 10, 1997
(from Viva La Raza! The Legacy of Eddie Guerrero)

nWo sings “O Canada”
Nitro – Nov. 10, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Chris Jericho
Nitro – Nov. 17 1997
(from Rey Mysterio: The Life of a Masked Man)

Cruiserweight Championship
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Eddie Guerrero
World War 3 – Nov. 23, 1997
(from Rey Mysterio: The Biggest Little Man)

Booker T vs. Randy Savage
Nitro – Dec. 15, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Rey Mysterio Jr., Juventud Guerrera & Hector Garza vs. Psychosis, Silver King & La Parka
Nitro – Dec. 22, 1997
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Cruiserweight Championship
Eddie Guerrero vs. Dean Malenko
Starrcade – Dec. 28, 1997
(from Starrcade: The Essential Collection & Viva La Raza! The Legacy of Eddie Guerrero)

World Heavyweight Championship
Sting vs. Hollywood Hogan
Starrcade – Dec. 28, 1997
(from Starrcade: The Essential Collection & Hulk Hogan:The Ultimate Anthology)

World Heavyweight Championship
Sting vs. Hollywood Hogan
Nitro – Dec. 29, 1997
(from nWo: The Revolution)

1998

United States Championship
Diamond Dallas Page vs. Chris Jericho
Nitro – Jan. 5, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Cruiserweight Championship
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Juventud Guerrera
Thunder – Jan. 15, 1998
(from Rey Mysterio: The Biggest Little Man)

Rey Mysterio Jr., Super Calo & Hector Garza vs. Psychosis, La Parka & Silver King
WCW Saturday Night – Jan. 17, 1998
(from Rey Mysterio: The Life of a Masked Man)

Cruiserweight Championship
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Chris Jericho
Souled Out – Jan, 24, 1998
(from Rey Mysterio: The Biggest Little Man)

Sting vs. Randy Savage
Nitro – Feb. 2, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Cruiserweight Championship vs. Mask Match
Chris Jericho vs. Juventud Guerrera
SuperBrawl VIII – February 22, 1998
(from The Rise and Fall of WCW & Breaking the Code: Behind the Walls of Chris Jericho)

World Tag Team Championship
Steiner Brothers (Scott, Rick) vs. Kevin Nash & Scott Hall
SuperBrawl VIII – February 22, 1998
(from The Rise and Fall of WCW)

World Heavyweight Championship
Sting vs. Hollywood Hogan
SuperBrawl VIII – February 22, 1998
(from The History of the World Heavyweight Championship)

Hollywood Hogan, Kevin Nash & Scott Hall vs. Sting, Randy Savage & Giant
Nitro – March 9, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Curt Hennig vs. Bret Hart
Uncensored – March 15, 1998
(from The Life and Times of Mr. Perfect)

Sting & Lex Luger vs. Hollywood Hogan & Randy Savage
Nitro – March 16, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

World Heavyweight Championship
Sting vs. Diamond Dallas Page
Nitro – March 23, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Jericho’s 1004 Holds
Nitro – March 30, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Raven’s Rules Match for the United States Championship
Raven vs. Goldberg
Nitro – April 20, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

No Disqualification Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
Hollywood Hogan vs. Randy Savage
Nitro – April 20, 1998
(from nWo: The Revolution)

Birth of the Wolfpac
Nitro – May 4, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Eddie Guerrero vs. Ultimo Dragon
Slamboree – May 17, 1998
(from Viva La Raza! The Legacy of Eddie Guerrero)

Conspiracy Victim
Nitro – June 1, 1998
(from Breaking The Code: Behind The Walls of Chris Jericho)

Kevin Nash & Lex Luger vs. Hollywood Hogan & Giant
Nitro – June 1, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Father Knows Best
Thunder – June 11, 1998
(from Breaking The Code: Behind The Walls of Chris Jericho)

Best-of-Seven Finals
Chris Benoit vs. Booker T
Great American Bash – June 14, 1998
(from Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story)

Match for Control of the World Tag Team Championship
Sting vs. The Giant
Great American Bash – June 14, 1998
(from nWo: The Revolution)

Steel Cage Match
Diamond Dallas Page vs. Randy Savage
Nitro – June 15, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

United States Championship
Goldberg vs. Scott Hall
Nitro – July 6, 1998
(from Legends of Wrestling: Heatseakers)

World Heavyweight Championship Match
Hollywood Hogan vs. Goldberg
Nitro – Jul8 6, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1 & The History of the World Heavyweight Championship)

Hair vs. Hair Match
Eddie Guerrero vs. Chavo Guerrero Jr.
Bash at the Beach – July 12, 1998
(from Cheating Death, Stealing Life: The Eddie Guerrero Story)

Diamond Dallas Page & Karl Malone vs. Hollywood Hogan & Dennis Rodman
Bash at the Beach – July 12, 1998
(from The Rise and Fall of WCW)

Cruiserweight Championship
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Chris Jericho
Bash At The Beach – July 13, 1998
(from Rey Mysterio 619)

World Tag Team Championship
Kevin Nash & Sting vs. Scott Hall & Giant
Nitro – July 20, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Cruiserweight Championship
Chris Jericho vs. Dean Malenko
Nitro – July 27, 1998
(from Breaking The Code: Behind The Walls of Chris Jericho)

Juventud Guerrera vs. Eddie Guerrero
Nitro – Aug. 3, 1998
(from Viva La Raza! The Legacy of Eddie Guerrero)

Non-Title Match
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Chris Jericho
Nitro – Aug. 3, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Winner Will Earn a Cruiserweight Championship Match
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Psychosis
Road Wild – Aug. 8, 1998
(from Rey Mysterio: The Biggest Little Man)

Hollywood Hogan & Eric Bischoff vs. Jay Leno & Diamond Dallas Page
Road Wild – Aug. 8, 1998
(from nWo: The Revolution)

“Hello, Lexington!”
Thunder – Sept. 10, 1998
(from Breaking The Code: Behind The Walls of Chris Jericho)

War Games Match to Determine the #1 Contender for the World Heavyweight Championship
Diamond Dallas Page, Roddy Piper & Warrior vs. Hollywood Hogan, Bret Hart & Stevie Ray vs. Kevin Nash, Sting & Lex Luger
Fall Brawl – Sept. 13, 1998
(from nWo: The Revolution & War Games: WCW’s Most Notorious Matches)

Cruiserweight Championship
Juventud Guerrera vs. Billy Kidman
Nitro – Sept. 14, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Ric Flair Returns to the Four Horsemen
Nitro – Sept. 14, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

World Heavyweight Championship
Goldberg vs. Sting
Nitro – Sept. 14, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Chris Jericho meets the real Goldberg
Nitro – Sept. 28, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Bret Hart vs. Hollywood Hogan
Nitro – Sept. 28, 1998
(from Hulk Hogan’s Unreleased Collector’s Series)

Scott Hall vs. Kevin Nash
Halloween Havoc – Oct. 25, 1998
(from Legends of Wrestling: Heatseakers)

United States Championship
Sting vs. Bret Hart
Halloween Havoc – Oct. 25, 1998
(from Greatest Stars of the 90s)

World Heavyweight Championship
Goldberg vs. Diamond Dallas Page
Halloween Havoc – Oct. 25, 1998
(from The Rise and Fall of WCW)

United States Championship
Bret Hart vs. Diamond Dallas Page
Nitro – Oct. 26, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Cruiserweight Championship
Juventud Guerrero vs. Billy Kidman
World War 3 – Nov. 22, 1998
(from Wrestling’s Highest Flyers)

Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Eddie Guerrero
Nitro – Dec. 21, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

No Disqualification Match for World Heavyweight Championship
Goldberg vs. Kevin Nash
Starrcade – Dec. 27, 1998
(from nWo: The Revolution & Starrcade: The Essential Collection)

Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman vs. Eddie Guerrero & Juventud Guerrera
Nitro – Dec. 28, 1998
(from Rey Mysterio: The Life of a Masked Man)

Ric Flair vs. Eric Bischoff
Nitro – Dec. 28, 1998
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

1999

World Heavyweight Championship
Kevin Nash vs. Hollywood Hulk Hogan
Nitro – Jan. 4 1999
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

United States Championship
Bret Hart vs. Booker T
Nitro – Jan. 25, 1999
(from Bret “Hit Man” Hart: The Dungeon Collection)

Ladder Match for the Taser
Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Scott Hall
Nitro – Jan. 25, 1999
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Television Championship
Scott Steiner vs. Chris Jericho
Nitro – Feb. 1, 1999
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Blitzkreig
Nitro – Feb. 8, 1999
(from Rey Mysterio: The Biggest Little Man)

United States Championship
Bret Hart vs. Roddy Piper
Nitro – Feb. 8, 1999
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Ric Flair & Goldberg vs. Hollywood Hogan & Kevin Nash
Nitro – March 15, 1999
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Goldberg Spears The Hitman
Nitro – March 29, 1999
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Four Corners Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
Ric Flair vs. Diamond Dallas Page vs. Hollywood Hogan vs. Sting
With Special Guest Referee Randy Savage
Spring Stampede – April 11, 1999
(from The 50 Greatest Finishing Moves in WWE History)

World Heavyweight Championship
Sting vs. Diamond Dallas Page
Nitro – April 26, 1999
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

World Tag Team Championship
Perry Saturn & Kaynon vs. Diamond Dallas Page & Bam Bam Bigelow
Nitro – May 31, 1999
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Eddie Guerrero vs. Juventud Guerrera
Nitro – June 21, 1999
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Psychosis vs. Eddie Guerrero
Thunder – June 24, 1999
(from Viva La Raza! The Legacy of Eddie Guerrero)

Boxing Match
Roddy Piper vs. Buff Bagwell
Bash at the Beach – July 11, 1999
(from Legends of Wrestling: Heatseakers)

World Heavyweight Championship Match
Randy Savage & Sid Vicious vs. Kevin Nash & Sting
Bash at the Beach – July 11, 1999
(from Macho Madness – The Ultimate Randy Savage Collection)

World Heavyweight Championship
Randy Savage vs. Hollywood Hogan
Nitro – July 12, 1999
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Hulk Hogan, Goldberg & Sting vs. Kevin Nash, Sid Vicious & Rick Steiner
Nitro – Aug. 9, 1999
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Billy Kidman vs. Diamond Dallas Page
Nitro – Aug. 16, 1999
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Owen Hart Tribute Match
Chris Benoit vs. Bret Hart
Nitro – Oct. 4, 1999
(from Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story & Bret Hitman Hart: The Best There Is, Was, and Ever Will Be)

Ric Flair vs. Curt Henning
Nitro – Oct. 11, 1999

Semi-Finals Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
Bret Hart vs. Sting
Mayhem – Nov. 21, 1999
(from Bret “Hit Man” Hart: The Dungeon Collection)

Jeff Jarrett reclaims his World Heavyweight Championship
Nitro – Nov. 22, 1999
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

World Tag Team Championship
Kevin Nash & Scott Hall vs. Goldberg & Bret Hart
Nitro – Dec. 13, 1999
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

World Heavyweight Championship
Bret Hart vs. Goldberg
Nitro – Dec. 20, 1999
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1 & nWo: The Revolution)

2000

World Heavyweight Championship
Chris Benoit vs. Sid Vicious
Souled Out – Jan. 16, 2000
(from Hard Knocks: The Chris Benoit Story)

World Heavyweight Championship
Kevin Nash vs. Sid Vicious
Nitro – Jan. 24 2000
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

The Bischoff & Russo Era Begins
Nitro – April 10, 2000
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

Steel Cage Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
Jeff Jarrett vs. Diamond Dallas Page
Nitro – April 24, 2000
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

House of Pain Match
Sting vs. Vampiro
Nitro – May 15, 2000
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

World Heavyweight Championship
Jeff Jarrett vs. Booker T.
Bash at the Beach – July 9, 2000
(from The History of the World Heavyweight Championship)

Tag Team Ladder Match
3 Count (Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, Evan Karagias) vs. Jung Dragons (Kaz Hayashi, Yang, Jamie Noble)
Nitro – July 18, 2000
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

World Heavyweight Championship
Booker T. vs. Lance Storm
Nitro – Aug. 7, 2000
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1 & The Rise & Fall of WCW)

Ladder Match
3 Count (Shane Helms, Shannon Moore, Evan Karagias) vs. Jung Dragons (Kaz Hayashi, Yang, Jamie Noble)
New Blood Rising – Aug. 13, 2000
(from Ladder Match 2: Crash and Burn)

War Games 2000 Match
Sting, Booker T, Goldberg & KroniK (Brian Clark, Brian Adams) vs. Kevin Nash, Jeff Jarrett, Scott Steiner & Harris Brothers (Ron, Don)
Nitro – Sept. 4, 2000
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1 & War Games: WCW’s Most Notorious Matches)

World Heavyweight Championship Steel Cage Match
Booker T vs. Vince Russo
Nitro – Sept. 25, 2000
(from Legends of Wrestling: Heatseakers)

Safari ROTC Bra & Panties Match
Torrie Wilson vs. Tygress
Nitro – Oct. 9, 2000
(from Before They Were Superstars 2)

Ladder Match for a Contract for the Cruiserweight Championship
3 Count (Shannon Moore, Shane Helms) vs. Jamie Knoble & Evan Karagias vs. Jung Dragons (Kaz Hayashi, Yang)
Starrcade – Dec. 17, 2000
(from Starrcade: The Essential Collection & The Ladder Match)

2001

Shane Helms vs. Shannon Moore
Nitro – Feb. 26, 2001
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2)

Kiss My Ass Match
Dusty Rhodes & Dustin Rhodes vs. Ric Flair & Jeff Jarrett
Greed – March 18, 2001
(from The American Dream: The Dusty Rhodes Story)

Vince McMahon Buys WCW
Nitro – March 26, 2001
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

United States & World Heavyweight Championship
Booker T vs. Scott Steiner
Nitro – March 26, 2001
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 2 & Best of Confidential)

Sting vs. Ric Flair
Nitro – March 26, 2001
(from The Best of Monday Nitro Vol. 1)

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  1. Luis says:

    This list is so good. It’s a great reference list. It’s also incredible how many more WCW matches have been release in the 2 years since this list was created. Would be cool to get an updated version incleding all neer additions on dvd plus the Blu Ray exclusives.

  2. Jake T says:

    The Ric Flair vs. Sting Great American Bash 1990 match is also on the WWE Great American Bash 2005 DVD.

  3. Magnificent goods from you, man. I’ve be aware your stuff prior to and you’re simply extremely great.
    I really like what you’ve obtained right here, really like what you are stating and the best way through which you are saying it. You make it entertaining and you still care for to keep it wise. I cant wait to read far more from you. This is really a wonderful site.

  4. mcwcsmithy says:

    “Is WWE erase Chris Benoit from history?”

  5. WWEBluFan says:

    Great job! FYI: three of the above matches are also on the old “NWO: Back in Black” DVD. This is in addition to the previously mentioned Benoit/Booker match from the Monday Night War disc. Again, awesome job!

  6. da man says:

    One more thing. The concept of doing the subject matter justice is more important than having a fanatical mentality of no repeats to serve a small minority. If you have all these huge matches like Hart vs Hogan, Savage vs Flair, Giant vs Flair, etc and you don’t put them on a series called “The Best of Monday Nitro” which has several volumes, then quite frankly you are crazy.

    BTW, I don’t think WWE is really listening to the no repeats fanatics judging by the Top 25 Rivalries match listing. They will do the best they can but business comes first. For something like Best of Nitro a handful of repeats is fine.

    • Anonymous says:

      I’m guessing the Top 25 Rivalries is either a test to determine how many casual fans they have, or they simply thought it was impossible/too difficult to do it any other way.

      The Best of Monday Nitro volume 2 had only one repeat. If they’re not listening, surely it would have had more repeats. Surely, they wouldn’t have made sure that the promotional material for the MSG set made specific mention of taking a never-before released approach.

      Look, I realize you appreciate the company and everything it does. I realize you probably don’t like “negative posts.” But, you should realize that the company wants to hear what the fans really want. If you want repeats, while completely nonsensical as you’re basically saying you like to throw away money, that’s fine. I don’t and neither does the vast majority of their audience.

  7. da man says:

    LOL you people live in a bubble and don’t understand economics. That guy walking through the DVD section will NOT give it a second thought if the back of the box doesn’t have anything that catches his eye. You are showing how incapable of thinking outside your “WWE DVD diehard” mentality that you are if you think that person will actually think “gee, maybe it’s on another DVD, let me look it up”. I don’t think so! You have one chance with that person. He’s not gonna wait a week for it to come in the mail. It’s quite simple economics that you appeal to the broadest possible audience (people that visit this site will buy no matter what) and you do that by showcasing the best of your archive. Imagine if WWE did listen to the fans when it came to Cena. Imagine all those t-shirt sales gone. Noisy users of social media aren’t “the masses” which is where the big money is. WWE isn’t a charity that exists to serve you — it’s a business.

    • Anonymous says:

      You’re living in 1992. Please give me the address so that I can move there, too! Sadly, it’s actually 2013 and people do most of their shopping through the Internet. Don’t believe me? Consider Best Buy’s plunging sales and stocks.

      To your next point about Cena, you’re now guilty of living in a mark world where everything the company does on any given day has to be what’s best for the business. (How come virtually no fans of real sports ever think this way? Hmm…) How can you be so sure they’d lose any T-shirt sales? Why, because the fans supposedly want him to turn heel and flip them off? You do of course realize that the best-selling shirt up to the start of this century was that of a guy (Austin) who flipped everyone off, right?

      By the way, if noisy users of social media aren’t the masses that concern the WWE, then why are they all over it even splattering that junk on the screen during the course of their free shows and PPVs?

      Instead of attacking posters who think out of the box rather than simply go with the flow and approve of everything that the company does, try to consider other points of view.

  8. mcwcsmithy says:

    are wwe ever going to do a sting dvd

  9. RCS1988 says:

    Superbrawl 3 was February 21, 1993 not April.

  10. Mark Markson says:

    Great list! I’ve made a similar list by wrestlers name. Where I’ve gone through all my wrestling DVDs, VHS tapes and blu-rays, and written down every match I own with each wrestler. It took about a year (I have about 100 VHS tapes, almost 700 DVDs and 45 blu-rays). I haven’t written what set each match is on, though. The list is nice to have whenever a new DVD is released. Then it’s easy for me to check if there is enough new stuff on a new release that I have to buy it.

  11. da man says:

    BTW WWE doesn’t make money off the small number of “we” (diehards who buy every set). It’s the people with casual interest that the real money is made. Some of those people are going to be disappointed if the big matches aren’t where they are expecting them to be.

    • Anonymous says:

      Assuming you’re correct, then why wouldn’t the casual fans, most of whom are buying things online, simply do a Google search of a given match plus “DVD” along with “amazon.com” and easily turn up some results of which DVDs that match has been released on? Furthermore, why is it that even the crappiest selling WWE DVD still manages to sell domestically about 80% of what a Bret Hart solo DVD sells or about 55% of an Austin or Rock DVD? Doesn’t that mean that a very significant part of the is actually buying all or at least most of the DVDs? I realize these are the average talking points, but sadly the numbers and the reality of the 2013 market don’t support these ideas.

    • indyfan says:

      Can you back this statement up at all?

      I’m betting they make plenty of money of completist.

      • Anonymous says:

        What are you looking to get backed up? The main thrust of my argument was to debunk the casual fan myth by showing that the even the crappiest WWE DVD release will still sell about 70,000 units, not a far cry from a Hart-level performer release (or someone like Foley). The sales figures will only get a significant boost when it’s a real special release like a significant compilation or theme (HBK/Hart Rivalry set), Hogan, Flair, Austin or Rock.

  12. da man says:

    The reason I am in favor of repeats is this: if some guy is walking through Best Buy and he says “Best of Nitro Volume 3” and looks at the back and it says “Hulk Hogan and Bret Hart in their only meeting ever”, that might make the difference between that guy buying the set or not. If it doesn’t sell well, WWE might just say “well these things aren’t selling anymore let’s stop making them”. So in a roundabout way, having a select few repeats could increase the number of unreleased matches being released.

    • Anonymous says:

      I disagree. If someone actually cared about a particular match, it wouldn’t be hard for them to track it down. As a result, they’ll find the match on a prior release and buy that older, much less expensive set. Furthermore, we’re no longer in an age of people making such impulse buys that you describe. We’re in an age where if they don’t offer something completely different, it’ll fail.

      And, as fans, if we want to continue to get fresh stuff, we have to use websites such as this and also social media forums to make our desires for all-fresh content known. That’s how WWE will know that as consumers we’re appreciative of those efforts.

    • Kenny says:

      I think repeats are fine, but not if it’s in the same line of DVDs. For instance, in the “Best of Nitro” series, I would expect to see all original matches. I wouldn’t want to have a match on Vol. 3 or 4 that was on Vol. 1. None of that.

      Now I would think it would only be natural for there to be matches a volume that would be a repeat from, say, the “Highest Fliers” DVD. There are plenty of matches from Nitro’s history that would fall into both categories, so that I would totally understand. Now, having the Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Dean Malenko from 1996 at Disney (dont’ know the date of the match) on, say, Volumes 1 and 4? That’s not cool.

  13. John Peterson says:

    Good job on naming what WCW Matches have been on DVD Sets.I was wondering if they’ll be a list for ECW as well?

  14. Timothy Thorpe says:

    Great job on the list, Cody. I can appreciate the hard work you put into it. As far as War Games goes, I like the spine on it. It’s going to stand out on my shelf a little bit.

  15. Freddy says:

    This might sound bad but I don’t care, I just want disc three of the War Games for the nWo vs 4 Horsemen match where Curt Henning slammed the cage door on Woooo Natich.

  16. Ryan says:

    Good job on the WCW match listing!

  17. da man says:

    You forgot one match. Benoit vs Booker from June 1, 1998. It was on the 2004 release entitled The Monday Night War and was match four in the best of seven series.

    BTW….there should be some unreleased matches on Goldberg this October. Although people will probably be complaining about Goldberg’s World Title win being on there since it would be a repeat.

  18. da man says:

    BTW it was 1999 not 1998 that saw the ratings decline. Most of the 2000 stuff didn’t get over. Does anyone really want to see Shane Douglas and The Wall over the boom period?

  19. da man says:

    There is more footage from the boom period because WCW had more TV time. Nitro was 3 hours from January 1998-January 2000. There is a reason not much has been released from before 1994. That’s because that era quite frankly was terrible. Its just way too rednecky and dated to even watch now. Plus that was an era where WCW didn’t even have a full slate of PPVs and mostly had jobber matches on free tv and WCW wasn’t very popular anyways here. You people need to think of the business end of this here. Saying to not release that stuff ever again is appaling. Not everyone has the money or desire for all of those sets. If you have the only meeting ever between Hulk Hogan and Bret Hart in your archive, why would you only release it once?

    • Anonymous says:

      First off, the only recorded meeting ever between Hart and Hogan was on a Nitro and that’s already been released on the Hulk Hogan Unreleased set. Go to Amazon and you can probably buy it for $6. Other than name value, that match is absolutely nothing special, but it’s still a decent set worth buying for multiple other matches.

      Second, YOUR comments regarding WCW pre-1994 are erroneous and appalling. WCW had a full slate of PPVs, at least every bit as much as the WWF. In fact, WCW had 7 PPVs in 1993, while the WWF only had 5! Furthermore, the WWF always featured more jobber matches than WCW that almost always had at the very least a top-notch main event — something the WWF didn’t do with any regularity. Does that mean that the WWF was the second rate promotion in 1993? PLEASE, educate yourself about this stuff just a little before you post.

      Third, who cares where YOU live and if WCW was on your TV? The biggest audience is the United States. WCW was on the internationally available TBS way before 1994 (by the way, USA network is only available in the US). It was also a highly rated cable program WAY BEFORE 1994. WCW’s house show business was the only comparatively lackluster part of their business and it’s not like the WWE has much of any of that in their vaults anyways. And, the main thing “rednecky” about that much of that era was the announcer. Funny, I never hear anybody make that complaint about the WWF’s Attitude era that featured the same announcer (Jim Ross who was paired with another redneck, Jerry Lawler).

      For the record, I’m in CANADA, and I WANT MORE WCW pre-March 1994 footage! AND, I don’t care to see any more WWF footage from their 1993 to the end of 1995 (the worst period of WWF history).

    • Anonymous says:

      Great work and awesome list! Can someone go through and make a similar list for the pre-1989 WCW/NWA/Crockett promotions footage?

  20. mcwcsmithy says:

    are all these matches on the dvd set

  21. Anonymous says:

    Good. Take note WWE: WE DON’T EVER WANT TO SEE THESE MATCHES RELEASED AGAIN!

    For the one guy below me who suggested we might see some repeats on a future Best of Nitro, I disagree. If you closely evaluate it, there’s about 4 times more content from each individual year of 1996 to 1998 than there is for 1999 or 2000. That’s completely lopsided and something that should be corrected on the next, and hopefully last, Best of Nitro. 1999 and 2000 both had plenty of quality material to pick from as the company was continually hot-shotting main event matches in an effort to make a ratings splash and convince viewers to switch back to Nitro. So, instead of showing us more footage from 1998, you know, the main reasons why viewers tuned out, WWE should start showcasing the 1999 and 2000 prime Nitro moments.

    Better yet: WWE, PLEASE RELEASE MORE FOOTAGE COVERING THE PERIOD UP TO MARCH 1994 and forget about the rest.

  22. da man says:

    Whoa, that time Jericho got lost backstage is on his DVD? I didn’t even know that. At least I assume that is what “Hello Lexington” is.

    Some of those Nitro matches that arent on Best of Nitro could be on a future set. Those are some good matches. I know some people were complain about repeats but let’s face it they have to have good stuff to put on the back of the box. Plus it’ll finally be in blu-ray(I find even old footage looks better).

  23. Shane C. Montgomery says:

    This list is very cool indeed! Thanks for the hard work.

  24. Scott says:

    Awesome list! I recently made a list of all the WCW matches I own so I’ll have to check it against this!

  25. Velvita says:

    Pure Awesome!!!

  26. Wonderllama says:

    Nice list… not entirely 100% accurate since some source DVDs are missing, but still very good!

  27. Charlie says:

    Wow, great job Cody. Think you made a typo though because the Rock n Roll express was Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson. That must have took you a long time!

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