Fantasy Concept: OMG Vol. 3 – Top 50 Incidents in ECW History

July 20, 2014 by Mark D

Fantasy Concept

Next month will see the latest release in the OMG! DVD series, looking at the most shocking moments in the history of WCW.

Today I thought it only right that we look at how an ECW “OMG” DVD might just turn out. After all, ECW was the home of “OH MY GOD”!

So let’s take a look at how an OMG! Vol. 3 – The Top 50 Incidents in ECW History might look. This set would follow the same format as the WWE and WCW releases with talking heads discussing each of the moments, accompanied with classic clips.

WWE DVD Fantasy Concept - ECW OMG DVD

DISC 1

#50 Awesome Dentistry – January 2, 2000
#49 Tribute, Interrupted – February 11, 1998
#48 The Extreme Dream – February 11, 2000
#47 Beer Bottle – October 13, 1994
#46 Lack of Respect – May 11, 1996
#45 The chair shot heard around the world – July 15, 1995
#44 The Elbow All The Way From Saturn – October 26, 1996
#43 Stairway to Hell – January 10, 1998
#42 Ring Party Crashers – July 21, 1995
#41 Crowd Surfing – September 20, 1997
#40 Bloodbath – September 20, 1997
#39 Rey and Juvi Take It Outside – March 9, 1996
#38 Cyrus Cancels ECW on TNN? – September 1, 2000
#37 CHOKESLAM! – September 16, 1995
#36 Mikey wins! – October 28, 1995
#35 Francine bites The Funker – July 19, 1997
#34 RVD and Jerry Lynn to the EXTREME!
#33 Ay Dios Mio! – September 95 – February 96
#32 Extreme-ly Loose Cannon – February 17, 1996
#31 The Face Off – November 16, 1996
#30 Ian vs. Axel – The Blood Feud
#29 Sabu makes an impact – October 13, 1993
#28 Lorri… Gore, Gore, Gore!
#27 F’ Sabu! – April 8, 1995
#26 RAW Invasion – February 24, 1997
#25 Singapore Caning – August 13, 1994
#24 Kimona’s Dance – June 22, 1996
#23 High Incident – October 26, 1996
#22 Flying Chairs – August 13, 1994
#21 Cyber Slam – April 22, 2000
#20 Sandman Returns – October 23, 1999
#19 “It’s Tommy’s…!” – January 5, 1996
#18 The Dudley’s + Promo = RIOT!
#17 Dreamer Wins, Dreamer Wins! – June 7, 1997
#16 Taz and Bam Bam vs. The Ring – March 1, 1998
#15 The Dudley’s Break Beulah’s Neck – June 3, 1998
#14 Awesome vs. Tanaka
#13 Sandman is blinded – October 4, 1994
#12 The Lesbian Kiss – April 20, 1996
#11 Barley Legal – April 13, 1997
#10 The NWA Title gets Franchised – August 27, 1994
#9 An Unforgettable Night in Indianapolis – April 13, 2000
#8 Van Terminator – July 16, 2000
#7 WWE Invasion
#6 The Crucifixion – October 26, 1996
#5 The Night The Line Was Crossed – February 5, 1994
#4 Shane goes too far – October 5, 1996
#3 The Danbury Fall – March 12, 2000
#2 One Night Stand – June 12, 2005
#1 Born. To. Be. Wired. – August 9, 1997

ECW Championship Match
Shane Douglas vs. Sabu
Hardcore TV • November 2, 1993

Three-Way Dance for the ECW Championship
Terry Funk vs. Sabu vs. Shane Douglas
The Night The Line Was Crossed • February 5, 1994

Sabu vs. Cactus Jack
Hardcore TV • October 18, 1994

Bad Breed Death Match
Axl Rotten vs. Ian Rotten
Hostile City Showdown • April 15, 1995

Best 2 Out Of 3 Falls Match
Rey Mysterio vs. Juventud Guerrera
Big Ass Extreme Bash • March 9, 1996

DISC 2

“Respect Match”
Sabu vs. Rob Van Dam
A Matter of Respect • May 11, 1996

ECW TV Championship Match
Shane Douglas vs. Pitbull #2
Ultimate Jeopardy • October 5, 1996

Tommy Dreamer & The Sandman vs. Rob Van Dam & Sabu
Orgy of Violence • June 28, 1996

Barbed Wire Match for the ECW Championship
Terry Funk vs. Sabu
Born to be Wired • August 9, 1997

ECW TV Championship Match
Taz vs. Bam Bam Bigelow
Living Dangerously • March 1, 1998

ECW Championship Match
Mike Awesome vs. Mastato Tanaka
ECW on TNN • December 24, 1999

Rob Van Dam vs. Scotty Anton
Heatwave • July 16, 2000

ECW TV Championship Match
Rhino vs. Kid Kash
ECW on TNN • September 1, 2000

Blu-Ray Exclusives

Singapore Caning Match
Tommy Dreamer vs. The Sandman
Hardcore Heaven • August 13, 1994

The Public Enemy vs. The Gangstas
Tampa, FL • July 21, 1995

Ladder Match for the ECW Championship
The Sandman vs. Mikey Whipwreck
Hardcore TV • October 28, 1995

The Eliminators vs. “Dr. Death” Steve Williams & Terry “Bam Bam” Gordy
High Incident • October 26, 1996

Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Spike Dudley
As Good As It Gets • September 20, 1997

The Dudley Boys vs. Tommy Dreamer, The Sandman & Spike Dudley
Hardcore TV • June 3, 1998


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  1. Steve says:

    I’ve always loved your DVDs – you do great work. I’d like to suggest a new one for your consideration. WWE has done DVDs about WCW, AWA, WCCW and Mid-South. The next biggest territory which WWE owns the tape library for is CWF (Florida). Their 80s roster looks awesome and I bet Dusty would love to help put together some documentary commentary. What do you think?

  2. joe redman says:

    just was wondering Fantasy Concept: OMG Vol. 3 – Top 50 Incidents in ECW History coming out in stores

  3. Andycond says:

    Dude this is really awesome!

  4. John Marston says:

    Also, how do you make your custom artworks?

  5. John Marston says:

    Good job Mark! I was thinking of doing a fantasy concept myself on a possible ECW OMG set, but would never be able outdo you. Great job! I’d buy this instantly!

  6. Mark D says:

    For @SRB and anyone else interested we have added a complete list of ECW DVDs produced by Pioneer Home Video and Delta Home Video in the United Kingdom, check out the list here: http://www.wrestlingdvdnews.com/?p=59543

  7. Cyrus Vail says:

    Is there anything featuring 2 Cold Scorpio or the Eddie Guerrero/Dean Malenko rivalry?

  8. Ray Cornwall says:

    Where do I send my money?

  9. Shookie72 says:

    How about when Benoit breaks Sabu’s neck?

  10. Justin F says:

    No ECW reuniting on WWF Raw on the night the Alliance formed?

  11. Jim says:

    Great looking set. Missing a big one though…unless I just missed it on the list but should be top 5 and that’s the mass transit incident in revere,ma. that got them kicked off ppv .

    • Mark D says:

      I elected not to include that particular moment, it wasn’t really storyline and felt it would be somewhat like WWE including Droz’s injury on the first OMG set.

  12. Richard W says:

    This is an awesome idea Mark and why WWE Home Video hasn’t hired you yet is beyond comprehension. Would also like to see an OMG V4 of the AWA, V5 of the WCCW and V6 of the NWA/JCP

  13. David Schlichtig says:

    I would definitely buy this, and enjoy it much more than the WWE & WCW releases. I have seen most of the moments on the WWE one even before the release, and WCW was just so borderline ridiculous most of the time that when you say ‘OMG’, it is usually accompanied by a sigh & a palm to the face. During the Attitude Era, ECW was always seen as a #3 product, no matter how great its quality was. I shared that thought back then, so watching this would bring me back a few memories and open new experiences of ECW, 14 years later. Hopefully, and this is very likely, WWE decides to follow up with this plan.

  14. SRB says:

    Nice job, Mark. I’d buy this in a flash.

    On a somewhat related note, ECW’s releases always confused me. Everything from what is considered a PPV, to what is a commercial release, and what is a random event seemed to get mixed together. It made it very hard to collect over the years. I’m still trying to sort my collection years later.

    • LP1 says:

      Anything that aired live on Pay-Per-View television is considered a PPV. Barely Legal was the very first PPV on April 13, 1997 and Guilty As Charged on January 7, 2001 was the last. Anything from Pioneer Video(such as Extreme Evolution or Path Of Destruction) and anything from Delta(the UK-based distributor) is considered a commercial release. Any tape that was sold directly from ECW(the white sleeve/HHG Corp. tapes) are considered “ECW Home Video”, although that term was never official. Anything sold by RF Video or Highspots are rereleases of previously released PPVs and home videos. Hope that helps.

      • SRB says:

        My confusion comes when things like fan cams and house shows get titles that seem official. For example: South Philly Jam 1995, Sunshine State Slaughter 1995, ECW Fight the Power 1996, and ECW High Incident 1996. These sound like PPVs to me, but I know they were just events. Framing the entire ECW chronology seems impossible too. Each site I’ve ever been on that swears they are complete has totally different information than the next one.

        • Mark D says:

          That can be a tad confusing, I think I have a complete list of “proper” shows, I’ll see if I can dig it out for you.

          • SRB says:

            Thanks Mark. This is also what I’m talking about: “Orgy of Violence” First time I’ve ever even heard of that one. Where are these events coming from? lol

            • Mark D says:

              That one wasn’t ever released as a full VHS. Many times the ECW Arena shows would have names and other times not, either way the matches were often used on Hardcore TV.

  15. Derick says:

    My only question is why is the High Incident on the list twice? You have it listed as number 23 and 6.

  16. LP1 says:

    PWInsider’s Q&A section mentioned this last week as a possibility for a future release.

  17. NickP says:

    This set is gold. Must be complete with the OMG track.

  18. King6545 says:

    When does this come out? Amazon doesn’t have it listed. How did you get cover artwork so quickly?

    • attitude.era.4life says:

      it is a Fantasy set, as the topic reads.. it is not official and it is not going in to production, unfortunately as it is the case with all these great Fantasy cocepts from WDN’s Mark.. but, would be great to see it out there, absolutely.. along with a ECW unreleased vol. 3. 🙂

  19. Vintage Simon says:

    Surely the cover should be Vince as ECW Champion circa 2007.

  20. Mark D nails it once again.

  21. Mike Poulin says:

    Add Dreamer/Beaulah vs RVD/Alfonso on this set i’d buy it.

  22. Steven Jackson says:

    A great concept and I would buy this set in an instant. Great moments, countdown, cover and matches. What more could an ECW fan want =)

  23. attitude.era.4life says:

    yet another great fantasy set, Mark.. would buy this Bluray in a heartbeat.. OMG is my favorite of the Count Down franchise, and this would be a close competitor to be the best of the OMG series.

    Would really love to see that come to life.. remember ECW unreleased vol. 2..when it was in fact released, it was very close to what you predicted, right Down to the order of matches..eg. Doink vs. 911 as the first Bluray exclusive. 🙂

  24. James Billington says:

    Number 11 was great. I hated it when barley was illegal

  25. TheManInBlu says:

    #24 Kimona’s Dance – June 22, 1996

    This goin to be great!

  26. SCSA says:

    Hey, im not all that in to ECW but i guess it would make a good part 3 of OMG!

  27. Dave says:

    Sounds sweet, let’s just hope that they have the brains to put a set out half as good as this one!

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