EXCLUSIVE: First Look Photos of WWE ‘UNRELEASED 1986-1995’ DVD – In Stores A Week From Today!

August 29, 2017 by Daniel Bee

WWE UNRELEASED 1986-1995 DVD - Logo

With the latest “Double Feature” pack officially released today, we look ahead to the WWE’s big Home Video offering planned for September: “WWE UNRELEASED 1986-1995”.

The anticipated 3-disc DVD collection is chock-full of brand new, never-before-seen matches and is due to hit stores next Monday in the United Kingdom (£20.99; Amazon.co.uk) and will follow next Tuesday across the United States ($17.99; Amazon.com).

Sadly that means there’s still one week left to get your hands on it and add it to your DVD shelf, but if the excitement is getting too much you’ll be pleased to see what’s coming next — WrestlingDVDNetwork.com has exclusive first look photos before it’s made available anywhere!

WWE UNRELEASED 1986-1995 DVD - Photos, Front Cover

“WWE UNRELEASED 1986-1995” will come packed with 8 hours and 21 minutes of content; that’s made up of a colossal 45 completely unseen and unreleased matches unearthed for the first time!

Those bouts will be joined by a unaired Piper’s Pit segment and not forgetting newly filmed host segments that feature the return of former announcer Sean Mooney. READ THE REVIEW.

This one-of-a-kind set is housed in the Digipak-style packaging with artwork of WWE legends the likes of The Undertaker, Andre the Giant, Bret Hart, Diesel, Mr. Perfect, Yokozuna, Dusty Rhodes, Shawn Michaels, Randy Savage, and Ted DiBiase, along with a full content listing of each dish. Thanks goes out to WDN reader JayJayRock206 for sharing these early pics.

OOPS!! First-run copies in the US still have the “1985-1996” typo written on the back cover.

WWE UNRELEASED 1986-1995 DVD - Typo Mistake on Back Cover!
WWE UNRELEASED 1986-1995 DVD - Photos, Inside Artwork

“WWE UNRELEASED 1986-1995”

Deep within the WWE archives lie matches never seen before by the WWE Universe. For the first time ever, the vault has been unlocked and WWE Home Video brings you WWE Unreleased Never Before Seen Matches: 1986-1995!

Hosted by the legendary Sean Mooney and Charly Caruso, these rarities feature a who’s who from the golden age of WWE. With matches featuring Ultimate Warrior, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Hulk Hogan, Demolition, Jake “The Snake” Roberts, and more. This collection is a treasure trove of hidden gems.

WWE UNRELEASED 1986-1995 DVD - Full Content Listing
WWE UNRELEASED 1986-1995 DVD - Photos, Disc Artwork
WWE UNRELEASED 1986-1995 DVD - Photos, Inside Artwork

Runtime Info (approx.)

DISC 1: 2 hours and 45 minutes.
DISC 2: 2 hours and 46 minutes.
DISC 3: 2 hours and 49 minutes.

Full Match Listing Revealed for WWE “UNRELEASED 1986-1995” DVD…


WWE UNRELEASED 1986-1995 DVD - First Look Photos
WWE UNRELEASED 1986-1995 DVD - First Look Photos
WWE UNRELEASED 1986-1995 DVD - First Look Photos

Grab your copy of the new “WWE UNRELEASED 1986-1995” DVD on…

UK/Europe: Next Monday! Get the WWE Unreleased DVD right now here on Amazon.co.uk.

United States: Next Tuesday! Get the WWE Unreleased DVD now here on Amazon.com.

Australia: October 25th. Your chance to pre-order the Unreleased DVD is at Madman.com.au.

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  1. Howard says:

    Sorry to be blind, but will someone enlighten me on the error?

  2. LP1 says:

    Not only are there Hulk Hogan matches on this set, but his name is also on the back cover description. So much for them trying to erase him from history.

    • Brandon vendetta says:

      So are you against that LP1?? Would you rather there be no Hogan on there?? Just curious

      • LP1 says:

        Google the word sarcasm. It was a knock on all the people that have been saying WWE is trying bury Hogan and erase him from history. Clearly they’re not.

        • Brandon vendetta says:

          Pardon me. Google the word prick you don’t have to be one I was just asking a question.

          • LP1 says:

            No you weren’t. You were looking for an argument. Especially after we already had this conversation a couple of weeks ago about Hogan.

            • Brandon vendetta says:

              Ok that’s fine but for once I wasn’t looking to argue with you even though I always have a reason to. You don’t realize that your constant snarky comments that you make all the time gets old after a while therefore you obviously look for an argument because you make them all the time. You might not realize it but it’s true it’s dam true.

              • LP1 says:

                That’s the problem with reading comments. You can’t always tell the intent or the inflection in someone’s voice when they type something. Sometimes sarcasm is lost. In this case I thought it was obvious after the last couple of weeks of trying to tell people that WWE isn’t erasing Hogan.

                • Brandon vendetta says:

                  I don’t think they had a choice but to put a few of his matches on there. He’s arguably the biggest name of that era. Doesn’t mean they haven’t erased other things though and that’s what you need to realize. He doesn’t even have an action figure anymore for Christ sakes how could you think that Hogan hasn’t been erased in alot of ways? That to me is obvious. Yeah they throw a match or two of his on a DVD here and there but that’s about it.

                  • LP1 says:

                    His matches are on DVDs (including random compilation sets), his matches are on the Network (including the Network search engine), he’s in their Encyclopedia (complete with a 2 page spread) and other books and he’s in commercials advertising the Network(which are shown on Raw and Smackdown). Not having an action figure or being in a video game isn’t erasing someone.

    • Foley is good says:

      You can’t erase Hogan anyway. One of the biggest wrestling stars of all time.

  3. andemoine winrow says:

    love the inside arkwork. the front and back cover is pretty awesome too. as far as the track listing of the matches, looks pretty good.

  4. Leonard says:

    Wonder if the “1985-1996” 1st run copies will be a collector’s item like the 1st cover version of the Owen DVD.

  5. SRB says:

    As someone who grew up obsessively watching in the 80s and 90s, this is an amazing set in my book. I’m someone who can’t get enough Hogan, Macho, and Warrior, and although I am yet to see the set, nostalgia is enough to get my money. Although this set received a not so great review on this site, I’m not buying it for classic matches or memorable moments, but just for the chance to recapture my golden years.

    • Escape says:

      Exactly! I spent hours reading and re-reading all the TV taping results in PWI and the like, always imagining what these dark matches would be like. Don’t care in the least if they’re any good, just need to finally see them! I’ll be watching this set many times over for the novelty and nostalgia, regardless of the match quality. This set is an absolute gem for a fan like myself.

  6. RabidHeat says:

    There’s just no excuse for that error on the back. None whatsoever. I mean, are they professionals or what? Do they not get a couple of people in the office to proof-read it? It reminds me of the errors that litter the backs of the old TNA DVDs.

    • Indyfan says:

      This isnt even the first time WWE has made a mis print!!!

      • RabidHeat says:

        True, but normally the misprint is more subtle, like somewhere in the match listing leaflets inside, i.e. just a date or an individual’s name slightly misspelled, which is somewhat understandable when working with a lot of information. This, however, is part of the TITLE of the f’in release, in large text on the back cover, which could have just been copied and pasted from the front cover. No excuse at all for that.

    • Mark Markson says:

      The first 3 disc set they did for Rey Mysterio comes to mind. Ultimo Dragon was Ultimate Dragon, and Eddie Guerrero was Eddie Guerrera.

      • Justin says:

        Mark Markson- Chavo Guerrero is also spelled Guerrera in that Rey relase. The Ultimate Dragon is correct though. He went by both Ultimate/Ultimo names. In the VHS release of Spring Stampede 97, the ring announcer, commentary team & name going across the sceen when he enters says Ultimate Dragon.

        • Mark Markson says:

          I just remember reading about these typos when it was released, and it was mentioned that Ultimo Dragon was spelled wrong. But maybe you are right.

          I have a feeling that there must have been some kind of autocorrect in the program they used to type the matchlisting. Because earlier on the listing, Fuerza Guerrera and Juventud Guerrera are listed. Either that, or whoever typed the matchlisting is an employee who is not a wrestling fan. 🙂

          • Justin says:

            Mark Markson- The errors have also made it to WWE tv recently. Before Mania, they showed a rewind of WrestleMania 14 & had 1997 as the year.

            There was a no dq match on RAW not too long ago & it said something like “No Disqualfcation” with a letter or two missing on the graphic for it.

            The year Rollins won MITB,I believe it was on his entrance graphic on the next pay-per-view, it said Money in the Back winner.

    • RCS1988 says:

      There’s certain websites that make constant errors and never fix them.

  7. Tommy D says:

    That is pretty funny that they never fixed the error on the back for the date range.

    • Brandon vendetta says:

      If someone doesn’t lose their job over that misprint then I don’t know what’s going on over at the WWE DVD factory. That’s a pretty big error if you ask me. I’m waiting for it to happen on a front cover next.

  8. VintageSimon says:

    Have this pre-ordered from Fremantle, so hoping it might arrive before the end of the week. I hear that it’s not the best set, but looking forward to seeing the fresh content nonetheless.

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