Exclusive: Special Guest Revealed for WWE’s Next ‘Monday Night War’ DVD

July 15, 2015 by Daniel Bee

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WrestlingDVDNetwork.com has exclusively learned this week that Eric Bischoff will be the special guest interviewee for “The Monday Night War Vol. 2: Know Your Role”.

Eric Bischoff will provide new interview comments for the DVD/Blu-ray in a similar fashion to Sting and Triple H in the previous volume, presumably hosted once again by Renee Young. This Home Video exclusive interview with Bischoff will be shown after each episode featured on set.

Eric Bischoff Interview in WCW

Volume 2 will pack in the remaining 10 episodes of the WWE Network series, those new segments with Eric Bischoff, and additional extras on the Blu-ray edition. Look out for the new DVD/Blu-ray this September in North America and Australia, and expected this October in the UK and Europe.

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Speaking of the Monday Night War series, “The Monday Night War Vol. 1: Shots Fired” is out now in North America and Australia as a 4 disc DVD and 3 disc Blu-ray set. It’s due for release to fans in the UK and Europe next month on August 10th, via WWEDVD.co.uk.

Listen to a hands-on review of the new DVD below, courtesy of “Silverback_CP”.

And speaking of Bischoff, “Timeline: The History of WCW – 1994” released this week at KayfabeCommentaries.com, on DVD, Signature Edition DVD and streaming On Demand.

You can watch the trailer for the release, which previews the Eric Bischoff interview, here:

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  1. Attitudeerawasawful says:

    I loved hearing Sting’s thoughtful unbiased comments about the Monday Night Wars.
    Triple H on the other hand was painful to sit thru, at certain times I could actually see Vince McMahons hand protruding from Triple H’s anus.
    He is so full of himself & completely unable to represent the truth, he is so afraid of upsetting Vince that he has to say whatever will make Vince happy.
    Sting was very insightful but Triple H was a broken recreating history record.
    Triple H barely let Sting speak, it was very disappointing to be completely bombarded by Triple H’s fake version of what actually happened.
    While Sting seemed to easily be annoyed by Tripe H’s revisionist history he was gentleman enough to not make a big stink about it.
    While at times I wished he would have just started choking Tripe H or something just to shut him up.
    I applaud Sting for being the better man.

  2. RCS 1988 says:

    If they ever released a WCW Unreleased set, focusing on matches that were never seen except those that were in the building. Basically dark matches from NWA/WCW TV tapings. Here is just a sampling of the matches that would be on the first volume.

    Dusty Rhodes, Nikita Koloff, Lex Luger, & Sting vs. Ric Flair, Barry Windham, Arn Anderson, & Tully Blanchard Norfolk, VA May 20, 1988

    Steve Williams & the Midnight Express vs. the Fabulous Freebirds Amarillo, TX July 18, 1989

    Ric Flair, Sting, & Arn Anderson vs. the Great Muta, Buzz Sawyer, & the Dragon Master Center Stage Theatre January 3, 1990

    The Junkyard Dog & the Steiner Brothers vs. Ric Flair, Arn Anderson, & Barry Windham Marietta, GA June 18, 1990

    Brian Pillman vs. Mark Callous Gainesville, GA June 25, 1990

    Sting & El Gigante vs. Ric Flair & Barry Windham Johnson City, TN May 6, 1991

    Rick Steiner & Bill Kazmaier vs. the Hardliners in a Steel Cage Match St. Joseph, MO August 5, 1991

    Dustin Rhodes vs. the Diamond Studd Gainesville, GA August 12, 1991

    Barry Windham & Dustin Rhodes vs. Arn Anderson & Bobby Eaton in a Bunkhouse Match Anderson, SC March 9, 1992

    Rick Steamboat vs. Rick Rude in a Lumberjack Match Chattanooga, TN May 23, 1992

  3. me says:

    Oh wow, Bischoff is a good choice. Especially since he was upset about the episodes at first. Finally we get to hear the WCW side! I may just buy this volume.

  4. R&REXPRESS#1 says:

    I was hoping that Sting & HHH would be back for this one as well….although the segments were short they still gave tremendous insight to each episode & I was ESPECIALLY wanting to continue hearing Sting’s thoughts on the subjects more so than HHH because Sting is new to WWE & we’ve not seen him in BRAND NEW interviews in the past like we have HHH because he has somethin to say about everything seems like.

  5. attitude.era.4life says:

    Get Vince McMahon in there as the “opposite” to the Bitsch, and it could be interesting.

    I know, I’m only judging from the clips that I have seen of vol. 1 Sting/HHH segments, but looks to me like Sting is getting buried…just like in their WM match..therefor I’m not that hot for that segment.. hopefully that comes of better with vol. 2 when the Bitsch is Back. 😉

  6. Greg says:

    Dang! I was *really* interested in seeing HHH’s comments on the Rock episode, given their heat back then.

    Ah well, should still be fun. Hopefully the interview segments are *longer*. Biggest disappointment about volume one was how short the Sting/H segments were, especially since the main feature is available on the network.

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