List of WWE DVD Features Available to Stream on Netflix (June 2011)

June 15, 2011 by Roger Palmer

Below is a list of WWE feature presentations that are available to stream now on Netflix, as of June 15th 2011.

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WWE: The Big Show: A Giant’s World: This penetrating pro-wrestling bio offers a bird’s-eye view of what it’s like to be a giant — which, in the case of Paul Wight (better known as The Big Show), makes you one of the most intimidating figures in the WWE. In addition to discussing his battles with wrestling superstars like Steve Austin, Ric Flair and the Undertaker, the Show also talks about his struggles with the genetic condition that caused his extraordinary growth.

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WWE: Bobby The Brain Heenan: Blending interviews and inside-the-ring footage, this personality-driven profile charts the life and career of Bobby “the Brain” Heenan, arguably one of the most successful managers in the history of professional wrestling.

WWE: Breaking the Code: Behind the Walls of Chris Jericho: For nearly twenty years, Chris Jericho has stolen the spotlight, becoming one of the most recognized Superstars in sports-entertainment history. Now fans can learn his entire life story, from childhood through his in-ring success internationally.

WWE: D-Generation X: One Last Stand: They are perhaps the most influential duo in entertainment with crazy antics outside the ring backed up with dominant performances inside. Both Shawn Michaels and Triple H were highly successful on their own, but when they came together as D-Generation X, they were unstoppable. Now fans can relive their final chapter as a team from late 2009 and 2010 with some of their biggest matches against Legacy and JeriShow, as well as Shawn’s emotional send-off the night after WrestleMania XXVI.

WWE: The John Cena Experience: A unique documentary following WWE Superstar John Cena in and out of the ring, including his intense preparation for WrestleMania. Cena shares his views on WWE, movies, his music, giving back to the community, and so much more.

WWE: Hart & Soul: The Hart Family Anthology: A family history of Canadian wrestling royalty — the Hart family has been a preeminent fixture in Sports Entertainment for more than five decades, from patriarch Stu through multi-time World Champion Bret “Hit Man” Hart and a new generation of WWE Superstars, the Hart Dynasty.

WWE: The Rise & Fall of WCW: Packed with drama and ring highlights, this documentary traces the up-and-down history of the World Championship Wrestling franchise — from its regional roots to its purchase by Ted Turner and the rivalry with WWE that ultimately ended WCW’s reign.

WWE: Twist of Fate: The Matt & Jeff Hardy Story: Matt and Jeff Hardy have created a sensation both in and out of the pro wrestling ring. This hard-hitting profile tells the brothers’ full story, from childhood bouts with each other to their meteoric rise to success with WWE. Fans will get not only the personal side of their ascent, but also plenty of thrilling match footage showcasing how the siblings reached the top of their sport.

WWE: Top 50 Superstars of All Time: The WWE selects the 50 most celebrated wrestling superstars, spanning across generations from classic greats like Andre the Giant, Shawn Michaels and Stone Cold Steve Austin to contemporary favorites like Big Show, John Cena and Randy Orton. The program showcases highlights from these influential wrestlers’ careers, and features insider commentary on the industry’s history and the memorable contributions these individuals have made to the sport.

WWE: The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man in Sports: Before dominating the silver screen, Dwayne Johnson ruled the ring. This comprehensive review of the Rock’s wrestling career features seven years of explosive highlights from his most memorable bouts. See the wrestling superstar take on “Stone Cold” Steve Austin at Wrestlemania XIX, battle it out with Kurt Angle and Undertaker for the WWE Undisputed Championship, and square off against fellow wrestling legend Hulk Hogan at Wrestlemania XVIII.

WWE: Ricky Steamboat: The Life Story of the Dragon: Professional wrestling star Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat gets the full-court treatment in this personality-driven portrait that charts the highs and lows of his career, both inside and outside of the ring.

WWE: The True Story of WrestleMania: Vol. 1: Telling the “true story” of how WrestleMania mushroomed from a humble event into a full-blown, weeklong extravaganza, the first volume of this two-part documentary focuses on WrestleMania’s birth and eventual influence over a generation of fans. Segments cover the event’s spread to major cities like New York, Chicago and Los Angeles, and then onto the masses with the help of the Hulkamania phenomenon.

Here is a list of WWE Studios Movies that are also available:

The Chaperone: After serving time in the slammer for driving the getaway car in an attempted bank robbery, Ray Bradstone (professional wrestling star Paul Levesque — better known as Triple H) is a reformed family man who wants to chaperone his daughter’s class trip. But some bad guys (Kevin Corrigan and Kevin Rankin) from his past have other plans. Can Ray outwit these nitwits while keeping himself and his daughter (Ariel Winter) safe from harm?

Legendary: Fed up with fending off bullies, bookish teen Cal Chetley (Devon Graye) joins his high school’s wrestling team with hopes that his older brother, Mike (WWE star John Cena) — a gifted athlete who wrestled in high school and college — will want to whip him into shape. Trouble is, the brothers haven’t had much of a relationship since their father was killed in a car accident and Mike left Cal and their mother behind

Knucklehead: Drowning in gambling debts to his bookie, Memphis (Dennis Farina), former mixed martial arts champ Eddie (Mark Feuerstein) starts training gentle giant Walter (The Big Show) for a high-stakes fighting competition with a $100,000 grand prize that would solve all of their problems. Filmed on location in New Orleans, this WWE-produced comedy adventure also features Melora Hardin, Wendie Malick and Bobb’e J. Thompson.

That’s What I Am: A 12-year-old boy is convinced he’s been pushed toward social suicide when his teacher pairs him up for a project with the school’s biggest reject. But the boys form an unexpected bond when bullies turn their attention to an unlikely target.

And finally, other wrestling videos that can be streamed on Netflix:

The Backyard:
WWF champ Rob Van Dam introduces this grueling battle under the searing sun of the Nevada desert. Participants do more than walk through fire in this three-stage fight for survival: First, they duke it out in a barbed-wire ring; then, they’re buried in the scorching sand; and finally, they’re put in a fire-enshrouded barbed-wire coffin. In this strange twist on wrestling, anything goes. …

Beyond the Mat:
In this behind-the-circus documentary, Barry Blaustein exposes the fascinating reality of pro wrestling. Sobering interviews and graphic footage portray a workplace where aging wrestlers (doped up on pain pills) risk their lives on the mat and traumatized children watch Daddy get beaten to a pulp. Wrestlers Jake “the Snake” Roberts, Terry Funk and Mick Foley appear as themselves, along with World Wrestling Entertainment head honcho Vince McMahon.

Lipstick & Dynamite:
In professional wrestling, the men almost always end up in the spotlight, even though the women are just as fierce and fearsome as the best of them. In this thrilling documentary, director Ruth Leitman trains her lens on the female fighters of the World Wrestling Entertainment, including a teenaged Ida May Martinez and the league’s Grande Dame, The Fabulous Moolah. It’s a no-hold-barred examination of a most fascinating world.

Bret “Hitman” Hart: Wrestling with Shadows:
Gain incredible behind-the-scenes access to the widely popular World Wrestling Federation with this straight-forward documentary, which profiles legendary professional wrestler Bret Hart and his shocking betrayal by WWF owner Vince McMahon. Captured during Hart’s final year with the organization, this dramatic portrait also explores his challenging childhood experiences growing up as the son of wrestler Stu Hart.

Body Slam:
This side-splitting comedy follows the misadventures of Harry Smilac (Dirk Benedict), a struggling music promoter who’s desperate to pay off a loan shark and find talent for a benefit show, but instead winds up as the manager for professional wrestler Quick Rick (Roddy Piper). Harry has to move quickly to outrun the violent threats of Rick’s former manager, and so he concocts a rock ‘n’ wrestling tour that catapults his new client to stardom.

Luchamania: La Batalla por Mexico: The great Mexican tradition of lucha wrestling is saluted in this high-flying, bone-smashing collection, which features the famed feud between luchadore Rey Misterio Sr. and his student-turned-rival Psicosis. In the first match, Psicosis is threatened with a humiliating unmasking. In the second, Rey and Psicosis are tied to opposite ends of a rope. The third match adds a ladder to the mix. And the final bout raises the stakes to new heights.

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  1. Caleb says:

    This needs to be updated.

  2. Just heard that Netflix is looking to expand and open a service in Europe which would be great. Just a random note here – Anyone looking to get Sky Player for PC or Xbox, It does not stream any WWE Programming. i made this mistake a few years ago!

  3. Nate says:

    Sorry, but “slide splitting comedy” and “Body Slam” do not belong in the same sentence. At least not the movie I saw 😉

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