Video: Rank #19 for WWE Top 50 Superstars of All Time DVD Revealed

November 12, 2010 by Daniel Bee

Slight delay with this due to YouTube upload problems, but here is a video WWE has released which reveals who is ranked number 19 in the upcoming Top 50 Superstars of All Time DVD.

This clip also gives some indication as to how the “Top 50” ranking will be presented. Check it out below!

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7 Comments left on this article...

  1. Cameron says:

    Bruno is 24th

  2. Craig says:

    Already have it in my Netflix Queue 🙂

  3. SRB says:

    The matches on this set need to be ones that really changed history. Although we’ve seen it 800 times hogan/warrior, stone cold/rock, flair/sting and so on. taker/edge from wm24, not too sure about that one. it will be very hard including matches that have not been released yet.

  4. Chris says:

    Bruno Sammartino better be in the top 2.

  5. safx41 says:

    i really think edge vs undertaker at wm24 is on this dvd because it was mentioned in the quick promo, i could be wrong

  6. David T says:

    I will be interested who is on this, Bruno Sammartino better be in the top twenty.

  7. SRB says:

    looks like the countdown will all be on 1 disc and then the other 2 discs will be matches. good luck wwe coming up with the match listing for the other 2 discs. no easy task

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