Fantasy Concept – The Attitude Era 2

November 6, 2013 by Mark D

WWE DVD Fantasy Concept 30

Well folks, here we are at the 30th Fantasy Concept and to celebrate we are going to look at one of my favorite professional wrestling eras and a nod to where Fantasy Concept began – THE ATTITUDE ERA!

Almost a year ago to the day we had the exclusive reveal of the cover art and match listing for the 2012 “The Attitude Era” DVD & Blu-ray, coupled with the fact that a sequel was included in a recent WWE Fan Council survey.

The Attitude Era II, would be a 4 disc DVD and 3 disc Blu-ray set (as I believed the original should have also been). Additionally, this set would include moments and matches set up with voiced over video packages (similar to the recent Goldberg Ultimate Collection DVD).

So without further ado let’s take a look at THE ATTITUDE ERA II

WWE Attitude Era 2 - Fantasy Concept WWE DVD Blu-ray

WWE Attitude Era 2 - Fantasy Concept WWE DVD Blu-ray

 

DISC 1

 
Where to begin
 
D-Generation X
 
Shawn Michaels & Triple H vs. Legion of Doom
Raw • December 15, 1997
 
Steel Cage Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship
Cactus Jack & Terry Funk vs. The New Age Outlaws
Raw • March 30, 1998
 
Chicago Street Fight
LOD 2000 & Droz vs. The DOA
Raw • June 1, 1998
 
Brothers of Destruction
 
#1 Contender Match
The Undertaker vs. Kane
Raw • June 1, 1999
 
Austin vs. McMahon
 
The Easy Way or The Hard Way?
Raw • March 30, 1998
 
The Upper Hand
 
Triple Treat Match for the WWE Championship
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Kane vs. The Undertaker
Break Down: In Your House • September 27, 1998
 
Austin goes Hunting
Raw • October 19, 1998
 
Val Venus & Taka Michinoku vs Kaientai
Raw • August 3, 1998
 
DX vs. The Nation
 
The Rock vs. X-Pac
Raw • July 20, 1998
 
Street Fight
D-Generation X vs. The Nation
Raw • August 17, 1998
 

 
Divas with Attitude
 
Bikini Contest
Jacqueline vs. Sable
Fully Loaded • July 26, 1998
 
Women’s Championship Match
Jacqueline vs. Sable
Survivor Series • November 15, 1998
 
Triple Threat Match for the Hardcore Championship
Mankind vs. The Big Bossman vs. Ken Shamrock
Raw • November 23, 1998
 
The Corporation
 
DX Impersonates The Corporation
Raw • December 14, 1998
 
Lions Den Match
Triple H vs. The Big Bossman
Sunday Night Heat • January 10, 1999
 
Corporate Royal Rumble
Raw • January 11, 1999
 
Mankind vs. The Rock
 
Empty Arena Match for the WWE Championship
The Rock vs. Mankind
Halftime Heat • January 31, 1999
 
The Acolytes vs. The Public Enemy
Sunday Night Heat • March 7, 1999
 
The Corporate-Ministry
 
Triple H & The Undertaker vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin & The Rock
SmackDown • April 29, 1999
 
WWE Championship Match
The Undertaker vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin
Raw • May 31, 1999
 
Higher Power
 
CEO Austin
Raw • June 14, 1999
 

DISC 2

 
McMahon Control
 
First Blood “End of an Era” Match for the WWE Championship
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Undertaker
Fully Loaded • July 25, 1999
 
Steel Cage Match
Chris Jericho vs. Gotch Gracie
Raw • September 13, 1999
 
Record Breaking
 
“This is your Life”
Raw • September 27, 1999
 
No Disqualification Match for the WWE Championship
Triple H vs. Vince McMahon
SmackDown • September 16, 1999
 
McMahon-Hemsley Era
 
WWE Championship Match
The Big Show vs. Triple H
Raw • January 3, 2000
 
New Stars
 
Kurt Angle vs. Tazz
Royal Rumble • January 23, 2000
 
10-Man Tag Team Match
Triple H, X-Pac, Dean Malenko, Chris Benoit & Perry Saturn vs. The Rock, Cactus Jack, Scotty 2 Hotty, Grandmaster Sexay & Rikishi
Raw • February 7, 2000
 
WWE Light Heavyweight Championship
Gillberg vs. Essa Rios
Sunday Night Heat • February 13, 2000
 
Family Feud
 
Fatal 4-Way Elimination Match for the WWE Championship
Triple H vs. The Rock vs. The Big Show vs. Mick Foley
WrestleMania 2000 • April 2, 2000
 
Blu-ray Exclusives
 
WWE Tag Team Championship Match
Stone Cold Steve Austin & The Undertaker vs. Owen Hart & The Rock
Raw • August 3, 1998
 
Brawl For All Final
Bart Gunn vs. Bradshaw
Raw • August 24, 1998
 
Oddities vs. Kaientai
Raw • October 26, 1998
 
Edge & Gangrel vs. Droz & Animal
Raw • November 16, 1998
 
The Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin
Raw • November 16, 1998
 
Striptease Match
Goldust vs Jeff Jarrett
Rock Bottom: In Your House • December 13, 1998
 
Corporate Gauntlet
Raw • February 13, 1999
 
Shane McMahon vs. The Legion of Stooge
Raw • March 15, 1999
 

DISC 3

 
24/7
 
6-Man Match for the Hardcore Championship
Crash Holly vs. Matt Hardy vs. Perry Saturn vs. Hardcore Holly vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Tazz
Backlash • April 30, 2000
 
Evening Gown Match for the Hardcore Championship
Pat Patterson vs. Gerald Brisco
King of the Ring • June 25, 2000
 
Genetic Jackhammer
Raw • June 26, 2000
 
Power Couple
 
No Disqualification Match
The Undertaker vs. Triple H
SmackDown • July 13, 2000
 
Last Man Standing Match
Chris Jericho vs. Triple H
Fully Loaded • July 23, 2000
 
Women’s Championship Match
Stephanie McMahon-Hemsley vs. Lita
Special Guest Referee: The Rock
Raw • August 21, 2000
 
Tag Wars
 
The Hardy vs. The Dudley Boys vs. Edge & Christian
Raw • July 24, 2000
 
Strap Match
Tazz vs. Jerry “The King” Lawler
Unforgiven • September 24, 2000
 
6-Person Tag Team Match
The Right to Censor vs. The Hardy Boyz & Lita
Raw • October 30, 2000
 
Triple Threat Match for the Hardcore Championship
The Rock vs. Kurt Angle vs. The Big Show
Raw • February 26, 2001
 
Defining an Era
 
No Disqualification Match for the WWE Championship
The Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin
WrestleMania X-Seven • April 1, 2001
 
End of an Era?
 
Blu-ray Exclusives
 
Handicap Match
The Rock & Triple H vs. The Big Show
Raw • April 5, 1999
 
WWE Tag Team Championship Match
The Acolytes vs. Kane & X-Pac
Raw • May 31, 1999
 
Show of Respect
Raw • October 18, 1999
 
Women’s Championship Match
The Fabulous Moolah vs. Mae Young
SmackDown • October 21, 1999
 
The New Age Outlaws vs. The Rock & Stone Cold Steve Austin
Raw • October 25, 1999
 
Snow Bunny Match for the Women’s Championship
The Kat vs. Hervina
Raw • January 31, 2000
 
Send in the Clowns
SmackDown • April 20, 2000
 
Triple Threat Match for the Light Heavyweight Championship
Scotty 2 Hotty vs. Taka Michinoku vs. Dean Malenko
Sunday Night Heat • April 30, 2000
 
The Rock, The Undertaker & Kane vs. Triple H, Road Dogg & X-Pac
SmackDown • June 8, 2000
 
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Eddie Guerrero
SmackDown • November 16, 2000


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  1. Ricardo Aguilera says:

    I would add the rock vs undertaker lumberjack match from raw 2000 where Kane returns and kills everyone also Kane vs the rock no holds barred match from raw 2000 when kane & undertaker touble chokeslam hhh to a table other moments like the night the rock became the ruler of the nation after WrestleMania 14 and Owen Hart turns on ken shamrock to join the nation Austin brawls with undertaker and Kane inside a Cage while it’s on fire undertaker vs Kane judgement day 98 with Austin as special referee the rock vs Mark Henry after the match Vince McMahon slaps the rock and rock gaves him The rock bottom and the people’s elbow Kane and stone cold put Paul bearer inside the sewers the greater power is reaveld and Austin becomes C.E.O. Austin’s first day as C.E.O. hhh gets ternamented on smackdown by Arnold just a few picks

  2. Ricardo Aguilera says:

    This concept is better than vol 1 and 2 only if they were Truth it will be awesome

  3. Velvita says:

    You guys called it

  4. SCSA says:

    I’m always looking for the moments of when Shawn Michaels was Commissioner / super-kicked vince, joined DX / got jumped by the Corporation with no help from DX & later helped Austin through his time of being the Commissioner…

    I wanna see all this on a blu-ray!

  5. Spritz1999 says:

    Wow… pretty good looking set! And I absolutely love where you went with the cover! Can’t wait to see if we can get a 2nd volume! Nice Job Mark!

  6. Anan says:

    Excellent set. I would replace the Brawl For All. JR does not speak highly with it and I agree with him on his point. It had no place on a wrestling show. There’s more than enough segments oor matches to choose from that can easily replace that.

    Brawl For All and Kennel From Hell….two things wrong in the Attitude Era.

  7. jason says:

    Some good choices, I’d replace a few with the following though.
    Bret vs Sid wwf championship cage match on raw 97

    Great Sasuake vs Taka Canadian Stampede 97

    Bret vs HBK SS 97 + Bret’s meltdown after the match

    HBK vs Mankind Raw 97

    Team Austin vs Team DX no way out 98

    Undertaker vs Kane inferno match

    The Nation vs DX street fight raw 98

    The Rock interview with Jenifer Flowers ay WM 14

    X pac vs D Low European championship Judgment day 1998

    Stone Cold vs Vince McMahon cage maych St Valentines Day massacre

    The Rock gets kicked out of the corporation

    Stone Cold rips the titan tron raw 99

    The snorting Brahama Bull raw 99

    Stone Cold becomes CEO/ Higher Power segment

    Test vs Shane SS 99

    British Bulldog vs Boss Man Hardcore championship Smackdown 99

    Stone Cold Hunts DX smackdown 99

    Chyna wins IC title no mercy 99

    Unforgiven 6 pack challenge

    Hardyz vs Dudleys Tables match RR 2000

    Dean malenko vs Scotty 2 hotty backlash 2000

    Eddie vs Essay Rios Backlash 2000

    HHH vs Taka wwf championship raw 2000

    Dudleyz put Mae through a table

    Stone Cold destroys DX express smackdown 00

    Rikishi “I did it for the Rock” segment

    Stone Cold returns unforgiven 2000

    The Rocks Christmas greeting to Undertaker raw 00

    Stone Cold vs Kurt Angle wwf championship jan 01

    Trish vs Stephanie no way out 01

    The Rock & Stone Cold vs Undertaker & Kane raw 2001

    Rock & Austin final meeting before WM X7 smackdown 01

    Also match with brood’s entrance and Too Cool dancing with Rikishi. Something like this would be the biggest selling dvd ever.

  8. Shawn Phelan says:

    If you don’t.know what I’mt talking about then you shoulsnt.be making fantasy concepts. They had a long feud in 98.

  9. Shawn Phelan says:

    How do you make an outsiders fantasy concept and.not include when they faced each other???!!

  10. KarlKayfabian says:

    P.S.

    Nice job, Mark. Healthy mixture of unreleased goodies along with classic, sensible repeats.

  11. KarlKayfabian says:

    Could we keep the Fantasy Concepts out of the article comments? I’m just sayin’….

  12. Steve says:

    Hi There,
    I’m absolutely loving your Fantasy Concept DVDs. I’m sure the recent War Games release was influenced by your lists. One that’s been asked for many times is Kevin Nash. I love the guy and think a Kevin Nash set would be great, but a Hall and Nash set would be even better. After doing a fair bit of research, I’ve come up with this set.
    I’ve always listed Hall and Nash first (to avoid win spoilers) or alternated them in vs. matches. There are probably too many matches here, but I’ve only seen a small percentage of them, so I’m sure some could be trimmed. This just seemed to include all the interesting match-ups. Any chance you could do your own version to improve on mine?
    Cheers
    Steve

    Fantasy Concept – Hall and Nash

    DISC 1: Documentaries

    Scott Hall Documentary

    Kevin Nash Documentary

    Early Gimmicks

    AWA Rage in the Cage
    April 28th 1986
    Scott Hall and Curt Hennig vs. Boris Zhuvok & Konga the Barbarian
    AWA Tag Team Title

    NWA Clash of Champions XII: Fall Brawl ‘90
    Sept 5th 1990
    Master Blaster Steel and Master Blaster Iron vs. Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner

    WCW Great American Bash ‘91
    July 14th 1991
    Oz vs. Ron Simmons

    WCW Halloween Havoc ‘91
    Oct 27th 1991
    The Diamond Studd, Abdullah the Butcher, Big Van Vader & Cactus Jack vs. El Gigante, Rick Steiner, Scott Steiner & Sting
    Chamber of Horrors

    WCW Superbrawl II
    Feb 29th 1992
    Vinnie Vegas & Richard Morton vs. Tom Zenk & Van Hammer

    DISC 2: Razor Ramon and Diesel

    MSG Show
    Sept 11th 1992
    Razor Ramon vs. Randy Savage

    Survivor Series 1992
    Nov 29th 1992
    Razor Ramon & Ric Flair vs. Mr. Perfect & Randy Savage

    Monday Night Raw
    Feb 1st 1993
    Razor Ramon, Bob Backlund, Damian Demento, Giant Gonzales, Iron Mike Sharpe, Kamala, Kim Chee, Koko B Ware, Owen Hart, Shawn Michaels, Skinner, Tatanka, Terry Taylor, The Berzerker & Typhoon
    16-Man Battle Royal

    Monday Night Raw
    May 17th 1993
    Razor Ramon vs. The Kid (aka 1-2-3 Kid)

    MSG Show
    Sept 25th 1993
    Diesel vs. Mr. Perfect

    MSG Show
    Nov 27th 1993
    Razor Ramon vs. Diesel
    Intercontinental Title

    NWA Worldwide Wrestling
    Jan 26th 1994
    Vinnie Vegas vs. Rob Van Dam

    Wrestlemania X
    Mar 20th 1994
    Razor Ramon vs. Shawn Michaels
    Intercontinental Title Ladder Match

    Superstars of Wrestling
    Apr 13th 1994
    Diesel vs. Razor Ramon
    Intercontinental Title

    King of the Ring ‘94
    Jun 19th 1994
    Diesel vs. Bret Hart
    World Heavyweight Title

    Summerslam 1994
    August 29th 1994
    Razor Ramon vs. Shawn Michaels
    Intercontinental Title Ladder Match

    Action Zone #2
    Sep 28th 1994
    Razor Ramon & 1-2-3 Kid vs. Diesel & Shawn Michaels
    Tag Team Titles

    Action Zone #14
    Jan 11th 1995
    Diesel vs. Owen Hart
    World Heavyweight Title

    In Your House 6: Rage in the Cage
    Feb 18th 1996
    Razor Ramon vs. 1-2-3 Kid
    Crybaby match

    Wrestlemania XI
    Apr 2nd 1995
    Diesel vs. Shawn Michaels
    World Heavyweight Title

    In Your House 7: Good Friends, Better Enemies
    Apr 28th 1996
    Razor Ramon vs. Vader

    In Your House 7: Good Friends, Better Enemies
    Apr 28th 1996
    Diesel vs. Shawn Michaels
    World Heavyweight Title

    DISC 3: Scott Hall and Kevin Nash

    WCW Bash at the Beach ‘96
    July 7th 1996
    Kevin Nash, Scott Hall & Hulk Hogan vs. Lex Luger, Randy Savage & Sting

    WCW Nitro
    July 30th 1997
    Kevin Nash vs. Rey Mysterio Jr.

    WCW Halloween Havoc ‘96
    Oct 27th 1996
    Scott Hall & Kevin Nash vs. Booker T & Stevie Ray
    WCW Tag Team Title

    WCW Nitro
    Jan 12th 1998
    Kevin Nash & Scott Hall vs. Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner
    WCW Tag Team Title

    WCW Nitro
    Feb 16th 1998
    Scott Hall & Kevin Nash vs. Johnny Grunge & Rocco Rock

    WCW Thunder
    April 16th 1998
    Kevin Nash & Randy Savage vs. Bret Hart & Sting

    WCW Nitro
    July 20th 1998
    Scott Hall & The Giant vs. Kevin Nash & Sting
    WCW Tag Team Title

    WCW Starrcade ‘98
    Dec 27th 1998
    Kevin Nash vs. Goldberg
    WCW World Heavyweight Title

    WCW Thunder
    Apr 29th 1999
    Kevin Nash vs. Hak (aka Sandman)
    Hardcore match

    WCW Nitro
    Nov 8th 1999
    Scott Hall vs. Bret Hart vs. Goldberg vs. Sid Vicious
    WCW United States Title Ladder Four-Way match

    WCW Nitro
    Dec 13th 1999
    Kevin Nash & Scott Hall vs. Bret Hart & Goldberg
    WCW Tag Team Title

    WCW Thunder
    Dec 14th 1999
    Kevin Nash vs. Bret Hart & Goldberg
    Handicap “House of Pain” match

    WCW Souled Out ‘00
    Jan 16th 2000
    Kevin Nash vs. Terry Funk
    Hardcore match

    WCW Nitro
    Mar 15th 2000
    Kevin Nash vs. Mike Awesome
    Ambulance match

    WCW Nitro
    July 31st 2000
    Kevin Nash vs. Scott Steiner
    Straightjacket match

    Monday Night Raw
    Mar 11th 2002
    Scott Hall, Kevin Nash & Hulk Hogan vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin & The Rock
    Handicap Tag match

    Bad Blood ‘03
    Jun 15th 2003
    Kevin Nash vs. Triple H
    World Heavyweight Title Hell in a Cell

    • Peter J says:

      why would anyone wanna see a Kevin Nash dvd? His title wins in WCW were tainted and the guy can’t wrestle without tearing a quad.

      • Steve says:

        There are people who hate Hulk Hogan and Goldberg too, but that doesn’t stop them or Nash being very popular. As I said, I’ve seen several other people request a Kevin Nash DVD here, so I just wanted to get the ball rolling.

        I’ve also done a concept for Raven. He’s often mentioned on lists of the most underrated wrestlers of all time, so here are my suggestions.

        Raven

        DISC 1: Documentary

        Raven Documentary

        Early Years

        Debut
        Scotty Flamingo vs. Marcus Bagwell
        WCW Wrestle War ‘92 ∙ May 17th 1992

        WCW Light Heavyweight Title
        Scotty Flamingo vs. Brian Pillman
        WCW Beach Blast ‘92 ∙ Jun 20th 1992

        WWE Debut
        Johnny Polo vs. Marty Jannetty
        Monday Night Raw ∙ Dec 13th 1993

        DISC 2: ECW

        Raven Debut
        Raven & Stevie Richards vs. Mikey Whipwreck & Tommy Dreamer
        ECW Enter the Sandman ∙ Mar 13th 1995

        Tag Team Deathmatch
        Raven & The Sandman vs. Cactus Jack & Tommy Dreamer
        ECW Langhorne Show ∙ May 20th 1995

        ECW Tag Team Titles
        Raven & Stevie Richards vs. Johnny Grunge & Rocco Rock
        ECW Jim Thorpe Show ∙ Jun 30th 1995

        6-Person Tag
        Raven, Beulah McGillicutty & Stevie Richards vs. Francine, Pitbull #1 & Pitbull #2
        ECW Jim Thorpe Show ∙ Sep 15th 1995

        Double Dog Collars (2 out of 3 Falls) for the ECW Tag Team Titles
        Raven & Stevie Richards vs. Pitbull #1 & Pitbull #2
        ECW Gangstas Paradise ∙ Sep 16th 1995

        Deathmatch
        Raven vs. Tommy Dreamer
        ECW Danbury Show ∙ Nov 25th 1995

        ECW World Heavyweight Title
        Raven vs. Mikey Whipwreck
        ECW Reading Show ∙ Dec 1st 1995

        ECW World Heavyweight Title
        Raven vs. Terry Gordy
        ECW Hardcore Heaven ‘96 ∙ Jul 22nd 1996

        ECW World Heavyweight Title
        Raven vs. Dr. Death Steve Williams
        ECW Crossing the Line Again ∙ Feb 1st 1997

        ECW World Heavyweight Title
        Raven vs. Rob Van Dam
        ECW Downington Show ∙ Feb 7th 1997

        ECW World Heavyweight Title
        Raven vs. Terry Funk
        ECW Barely Legal ∙ Apr 13th 1997

        DISC 3: WCW and Beyond

        Raven’s Rules
        Raven vs. Diamond Dallas Page
        WCW Spring Stampede ‘98 ∙ Apr 19th 1998

        Raven’s Rules
        Raven vs. Saturn
        WCW Bash at the Beach ‘98 ∙ Jul 12th 1998

        Raven vs. Meng
        WCW Thunder ∙ Aug 26th 1998

        WCW Television Title
        Raven vs. Chris Jericho
        WCW Halloween Havoc ‘98 ∙ Oct 25th 1998

        Falls Count Anywhere Triple Threat
        Raven vs. Bam Bam Bigelow vs. Hak (aka Sandman)
        WCW Uncensored ‘99 ∙ Jul 12th 1999

        No DQ Tag
        Raven & Saturn vs. Rey Mysterio Jr. & Billy Kidman
        WCW Nitro ∙ Apr 5th 1999

        ECW Tag Team Titles
        Raven & Tommy Dreamer vs. Buh Buh Ray Dudley & D-Von Dudley
        ECW on TNN ∙ Aug 26th 1999

        Hardcore Title
        Raven vs. The Undertaker
        Smackdown! ∙ Dec 12th 2000

        Hardcore Title
        Raven vs. Jeff Hardy
        Smackdown! ∙ Dec 23rd 2000

        Hardcore Title
        Raven vs. Big Show
        No Way Out ‘01 ∙ Feb 25th 2001

        Hardcore Title Triple Threat
        Raven vs. Kane vs. Big Show
        Wrestlemania X-7 ∙ Apr 1st 2001

  13. Shawn Phelan says:

    WWE listed the mania matches on 2k14 by era and wm 18 was listed under attitude era not ruthless aggression. Wm 18 was 2002.

  14. Shawn Phelan says:

    Rocky, the alliance storyline was part of.the attitude era. All the major.players from the attitude era were still around til 02. It wasn’t until after Austin “took his ball and went home” in June 02 that vince made his “ruthless aggression” speech and they started pushing New stars like lesnar. As far as the benoit joke,.I agree with you but I.just thought it was funny that you thought he was serious. But I’m the idiot though….lol.

    • Rocky Rockbottom says:

      The Attitude Era folded after ECW and WCW went outta business and WWE put an end to it at WrestleMania X-7 which was the right time. Seems like you and a few others think it ran on for the rest of that year which it didn’t. There was no era during the Alliance vs. WWF storyline, so just accept it dude. And yes, I take it serious when idiots ask who Benoit is when they already know who it is. I see no humor in that “joke”. Its like asking who Vince McMahon is. Pfft, idiots!

      • Peter J says:

        I have to agree that the Attitude Era did end in 2001, I mean, you don’t see any matches from 2002 on the actual dvd/Blu-ray.

      • BJ says:

        wwe did nut put an end to attitude after x7. WWF was using the attitude logo until they got the “F” out. Some of you fans just like to believe it happened as soon as austin turned heel.

  15. Rocky Rockbottom says:

    @shawn phelan: the attitude era ended because the allisnce storyline was coming up and ran until the end of the year. Times were changing, a boatload of new talent were coming to the WWF.

    As for the Benoit “joke”, it’s been done to death. It’s no longer funny. Idiots like you these days make wrestling boring to watch.

  16. Shawn Phelan says:

    Lol at this rocky idiot who doesn’t understand sarcasm. The guy who asked whos Chris benoit was joking you humorless tool and I.never said the attitude era ended in the ruthless aggression era, that makes no sense but it also.makes no sense for the attitude era to have ended in 01 if.the next era didn’t begin until 02. One era ends when another begins.

  17. Brad Attitude says:

    i’m shocked there’s no matches featuring Chyna or Eddie Guerrero (the one with stone cold was a repeat and a boring match). how about the debuts of The Radicalz?

  18. Bill Jones says:

    How come nobody remembers the backstage moment I mentioned in an earlier comment on this post? It was a great DX moment.

  19. John says:

    I grew up through the attitude era, so being 27 i would love an attitude era volume 2 set as set 1 was a dissapointment and the documentary was poop.

    Need some matches with hardyz on there, such as the ladder match eith edge and christian from raw.

  20. Steven Jackson says:

    This looks an interesting set. I’m happy that HHH vs. Jericho from Fully Loaded 2000 is on it. A good retrospective and sequel to the first Attitude Era DVD.

  21. Marco says:

    The WM2000-Fatal 4Way shouldn’t be on here, because it’s one of the worst WM main events ever, thanks to Big Show and – especially – Mick Foley.

    And who is this “Chris Benoit”? Never heard of him before. Was he any good?

  22. Kenny says:

    See, this is a big problem with the Attitude Era that makes it hard to make a DVD like this. That period of time wasn’t known for its great matches. In all reality, the matches just plain sucked. That’s why you really only see Austin posing and drinking beer, Rock posing, DX posing, random guys posing, or footage from “moments” like the Tyson/Austin pull-apart, the WCW invasion by DX, “This Is Your Life”, etc.

    A DVD on this subject, in this format would be a horrible idea to actually go through with.

  23. Shawn Phelan says:

    I like thatyou went into 2001, which volume one.did not but to me, the attitude era didn’t end until the ruthless aggression era began in 02. Nonetheless, great work as usual. I’ve spent the last two and a half weeks watching as many matches from your Halloween.havoc.concept as I.can find on YouTube and plan to do the same with this. Yeah, that’s right king, o said YouTube!!

    • rocky rockbottom says:

      dude, the attitude era ended at wrestlemania x-7. only an idiot would think it ended in the ruthless aggression era.

      • BJ says:

        wwe did not officially put an end to the attitude after x7. WWF was using the attitude logo until they got the “F” out. Some of you fans just like to believe it happened as soon as austin turned heel.

  24. Mongoose Wizard says:

    I know there’s been a few comments talking about this topic already but kudos Mark with continueing with Beatles Mania with the White Album very nice touch 🙂

  25. Josh says:

    I would buy this in a heartbeat. Best fantasy concept ever posted on this site. I hope WWE considers it. This set is fantastic.

  26. Thom says:

    This would be awesome, hope this becomes a reality.
    What about for a future fantasy concept; best of Kurt Angle in WWE? Would like to see your take on that.

  27. Steve says:

    Great concept and great listing. They won’t make it though because it doesn’t have enough repeats for them

  28. Derick says:

    This would be awesome

  29. SCSA says:

    Wow! You’ve picked a lot of Great matches! Especially the Corp Gauntlet that was run by Austin! Also;
    – DX Impersonates the Corporation
    – Triple Treat Match for the WWE Championship of Stone Cold vs. Kane vs. The Undertaker At Break Down
    – The Corporate Rumble! So many of these times have never been seen on Blu-Ray!

    I’d like to c these moments/matches the most;
    – Undertaker Vs HBK – 1st Hell in a cell (Kane’s debut),
    – Shane’s beating – Commissioner Michaels doesnt help & ends up being fired by Vince n then gives Vince sweet chin music!

  30. Trent says:

    As memorable as it was, I don’t think we’re ever gonna see the Sable/Jacquline bikini contest on a WWE DVD release. Even with the TV-14 rating on the discs, I don’t think WWE wants to associate itself with that type of content in this era.

  31. Brian says:

    Haha I see what you did there with the cover, continuing with the Beatles theme! Maybe volume 3 will have Steve Austin, The Rock, Triple H & Mankind walking across a street.

  32. Eric says:

    I would order that sumbitch right now!

  33. Simon says:

    Wowww!!! I love the idea. the match listing is awesome.. I’ll buy this set if it was available right now ahaha lol!!

  34. Bill Jones says:

    Good concept but include DX searching for Undertaker and the hot chicks jump out of the hurse. It was on Raw January 19th 1998.

  35. Erik G. says:

    God I was at that Raw with DX impersonating the Corporation and I don’t even remember it! Anyways, I’d buy this without hesitation. I’m surprised so much of that is still unreleased.

  36. timmy says:

    Go with this cover as the dvd cover for volume 2!

    WWE Attitude Era DVD Cover

    • Anonymous says:

      The first volume cover was a Beatles reference. This one was too. I personally think that’s a way better idea than generic WWE poster from 99/2000.

      • ChadWWE says:

        I understand (now) the Beatles reference, but I think that’s a horrible idea to continue. The one Timmy shared is much better than the white cover, but I still think I’d go another route.

  37. timmy says:

    the matches and content is ok, the cover really sucks though, use the fantasy concept cover of the first attitude era as the cover! still a good dvd though

  38. Sake Joe says:

    They should listen to you sir as I’d buy this Blu Ray in a heart beat.

  39. Mongoose Wizard says:

    NOW THATS WHAT I CALL A ATTITUDE ERA COLLECTION 🙂

  40. Vincenzzzzzo says:

    Nice match listing. I hope Attitude Era V.2 is on the schedule for next year. And it should be in the exact same formula as this concept.

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