Vote in Round 4 of ‘March Mania’, More on Booker T Hosting New WCW DVD

March 8, 2014 by Mark D

WCW Greatest PPV Matches DVD Logo

WCW Greatest PPV Matches Vol. 1 is released this Tuesday on DVD and Blu-ray! Get yours ordered for $17.99 here on WWEShop.com, or for $19.53 here on Amazon.com.

Here’s a first look at the menu you can expect to see on the Blu-ray edition and a few other screenshots from the feature.

WCW Greatest PPV Matches DVD - Menu

As reported, Booker T is your host for this WCW themed release. There are around 7 newly filmed segments shown before significant events in the timeline, such as discussion of “The Hostile Takeover” as an intro to the Bash at the Beach 1996 tag match. The host segments with Booker look to have been shot before a recent TV taping.

WCW Greatest PPV Matches DVD - Booker T Hosting

The 3 disc DVD and 2 disc Blu-ray set releases to the United States this Tuesday, following to Australia in April, and then on to UK/Europe in May. It compiles over 20 matches from NWA/WCW events dating from 1987 to 2001, beginning with:

Steel Cage Match for NWA World Heavyweight Championship
Ronnie Garvin vs. Ric Flair
Starrcade • November 26, 1987

WCW Greatest PPV Matches DVD - Starrcade 1987


WDN March Mania

We started with almost 400 WWE DVDs and now we are down to just 16, and folks, it doesn’t stop until we have just 1 left!

Today we enter the fourth round of WrestlingDVDNews.com March Mania. As the end is in sight we have now combined the four individual brackets into a single one.

Wrestling DVD News March Mania Brackets - Round 4

We hope that you are enjoying March Mania voting so far and we would like to offer a huge thanks to everyone who took the time to vote in the past round, and indeed all rounds so far.

The voting was incredibly tight in round three; in one pairing (“Viva La Raza” vs. “You Think You Know Me”) there was just 1 vote which separated them, so every single vote counts!

Regretfully, the third round saw the elimination of several fantastic titles which on another day could have been finalists on their own: Rise & Fall of WCW, The History of WWE, Breaking the Code, Monday Night War and Starrcade: The Essential Collection. However we can’t grieve forever, let’s get round four underway and kick out another 8 DVDs…

Round Four will close on Thursday 13th March at 11:59pm EST (4:59am GMT).

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These three noteworthy eBay finds are coming to an end today. WWF WrestleMania 18 with the “WrestleMania Insider’s History” DVD still intact, various PPV lots at cheap prices, and an auction for both the Royal Rumble and SummerSlam Anthology box sets.

WWE Wrestling DVD Collection

$5.50 – WrestleMania 18

$19.50 – Various WWE PPV Lots

$86.99 – Royal Rumble & Summerslam Anthology Sets

WWE Royal Rumble & SummerSlam Anthology DVD Sets

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  1. Tommy D says:

    I’m just glad they look to be date stamping the footage again on this DVD. It annoyed me they stopped doing that for a while.

  2. AJ says:

    I was really surprised the RAW 15th Anniversary DVD got bumped out early. To me…it’s the greatest compilation DVD. In fact, anytime I travel and take DVDs with me…it’s the one I take. So many great moments. If a new fan asked me 1 DVD to buy…it would be that one.

  3. DisgruntledWrestlingFan says:

    Just a FYI,a No Holds Barred Blu-Ray has been announced for April 1st,and special features include the PPV Cage Match & Summerslam Match featuring Zeus.

  4. Kenny says:

    Raw: 20th Anniversary Collection
    (Its rarity. Nobody is out to find Foley’s Greatest Hits & Misses like they are out to grab this one)

    You Think You Know Me? – The Story of Edge
    (This is a more compelling DVD, while the True Story of WrestleMania was a big puff piece with no substance)

    Heartbreak & Triumph: The Shawn Michaels Story
    (A great look back at a great wrestler. While the ECW show was great, it was a PPV on DVD, and the matches on Shawn’s DVD blew every match on the ECW PPV away)

    The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions
    (While Mania X-Seven was a milestone show, the matches on that show pale in comparison to the matches on the Clash set.)

    The Rise & Fall of ECW
    (This one I wasn’t looking forward to. I love both of these sets. However, the Austin DVD didn’t spawn anything. The ECW is a classic set, and it was such a success that it spawned a PPV and the revival of the ECW letters.)

    CM Punk: Best in the World
    (Best In the World was a compelling look at a very polarizing guy, while the Attitude Era DVD was a big waste of time, with no insight, nothing interesting, and just a bunch of guys talking about how it was a great time for wrestling. I’ve always thought the Attitude Era DVD was a grossly overrated DVD.)

    Triple H – Thy Kingdom Come
    (The only thing that Hunter’s DVD had that Macho Man’s DVD didn’t was a great documentary looking back at Savage’s career. For that reason only, I had to go with Hunter’s DVD.)

    Bret “Hitman” Hart: The Best There Is, The Best There Was, The Best There Ever Will Be
    (This one hurt. Bret’s DVD and the Bret vs. Shawn DVD are two of my all-time favorites, and this required me to have to pick only one. While the face-to-face had the big discussion about everything leading up to the “screwjob,” it was really just that one part and a great match list that made it such a great set. Bret’s DVD had a full look back at his career and an even better (can you imagine better than the other?!?!) match list.)

  5. Y2Flax says:

    This is coming down to The Rise and Fall of ECW VS Wrestlemania X7.

  6. Roaster says:

    Chris jericho’s DVD should have made it further. ECW vs Austin was tough. Went with Austin. Both have awesome documentaries I think the ECW one is slightly above Austin’s but his matches and extras are too much to ignore.

    • ekkoes4life says:

      Agree.. I’m a Jerichoholic too.. lol

      Yeah.. I picked Austin’s set too.. but dammed, it was heartbreaking to say goodby to ECW Fall.. I think we will see Austin’s Bottom line up against WrestleMania X7 in the finale, if fate will it so. but.. of course lets not get ahead of our selfs.. still some rounds to come, where surprises can happen.. nailbiting nerve-tormented but cool feature, March Mania segment.. 😉

  7. ekkoes4life says:

    sorry to see For all Mankind out of the race.. I understand why though, been up against CM Punk..which had better match-choices seen over all.. but I think the doc on Mick Foley was at least on same high level as Punks, Stone Colds and ECW’s.. loved the way they presented and produced it..

  8. ekkoes4life says:

    certainly NO MERCY and it is UNFORGIVEN but there’s problaly NO WAY OUT…but.. OMG…how can you expect to choose between ECW Rise and Fall and Bottom line…it is like choosing between your two children… 🙁 you cruel cruel fate!

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