Mark’s Fantasy Concept #5 – Greatest Rivalries: Rock vs. Austin

February 10, 2012 by Mark D

WDN Fantasy Concept

With the word coming out from J.R.’s Blog earlier this week that WWE is working on another ‘Greatest Rivalries’ DVD, I thought it is only right that we see just how one of the most anticipated and requested DVDs in this series would look: The Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin with this ‘fantasy concept‘.

Here is how I think WWE Greatest Rivalries: The Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin should look and the content which I think should be included:

 

 

Disc 1 – Feature

Main Feature: 2.5 – 3 hour sit-down documentary feature with The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin, hosted by Jim Ross.

Disc 2 – Matches

Intercontinental Championship Match
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock
D-Generation X – Dec 7, 1997

Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock
RAW – Mar 23, 1998

WWE Tag Team Championship Match
Stone Cold Steve Austin & The Undertaker vs. The Rock & Owen Hart
RAW – Aug 3, 1998

The Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin
RAW – Nov 16, 1998

The Rock & The Undertaker vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin & Mankind
RAW – Dec 7, 1998

Stone Cold Steve Austin & Mankind vs. The Rock & The Big Show
RAW – Mar 15, 1999

WWE Championship Match
The Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin
WrestleMania XV – Mar 28, 1999

WWE Championship Match
The Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin
Backlash – Apr 25, 1999

Stone Cold Steve Austin & The Rock defeated The Undertaker & Triple H
SmackDown! – Apr 29, 1999

Lumberjack Match
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock
RAW – May 3, 1999

WWE Championship No Disqualification Match
The Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin
WrestleMania X7 – Apr 1, 2001

Steel Cage Match for the WWE Championship
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs The Rock
RAW – Apr 2, 2001

Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock
WrestleMania XIX – Mar 30, 2003

Disc 3 – Moments & Stories

Steve Austin surrenders Intercontinental Title
RAW – Dec 8, 1997

The Intercontinental Title sleeps with the fishes
RAW – Dec 15, 1997

Stone Cold Beer Truck
RAW – 22nd March, 1999

Smoking Skull Belt
RAW – Mar 29, 1999

Stone Cold & The Big Show tear up the Titantron
RAW – Apr 5, 1999

The Funeral of Stone Cold Steve Austin
RAW – 19th April, 1999

Jim Ross Interviews Steve Austin and The Rock
SmackDown! – 22nd March, 2001

‘The Rock’ Concert
RAW – Mar 24, 2003

The Rock and Steve Austin backstage
WrestleMania XXVII – Apr 3, 2011

The Rock visits the Tough Enough Contestants
Tough Enough – May 23, 2011

WrestleMania XV – Video Package

WrestleMania X-Seven – “Limp Bizkit – My Way” Video Package

WrestleMania XIX – “Limp Bizkit – Crack Addict” Video Package

Cameras Rolling Between Takes

Steve Austin and The Rock on…

  • Arriving in WWE
  • Their First WrestleMania
  • Smoking Skull Belt
  • Brahma Bull Belt
  • Vince McMahon
  • WrestleMania X7
  • Austin’s heel turn
  • The Attitude Era
  • Headlining more WrestleMania’s together than anyone else
  • Making Movies
  • Life

 

This set has been on the schedules in the past and was eventually replaced with the Bret vs. Shawn set and then followed by the Stone Cold Steve Austin set. This release was also a run away winner in our Greatest Rivalries Poll and also very popular in our 2011 DVD Poll.

It’s great to hear your feedback, so please sound off in the comments below!

Does this proposed WWE DVD interest you?

I hope to bring you more fantasy concept DVD sets in the coming weeks and months – so stay tuned to the site.

You can follow me on Twitter: @_MarkD_. I’m also looking for suggestions for future concepts.

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  1. Ricardo Aguilera says:

    They forgot a rare pretty good match from rebellion 2001 I have it on DVD rock does Austin’s Lou thress press and his middle finger chops and Austin does the people’s elbow with doing the middle finger and I think they also copy their finisher’s i only seen it once I need to check it out again and rock and Chris Jericho vs Kurt angle and stone cold Steve Austin from smackdown 2001 3 days before survivor series where if you go on YouTube it says it’s SmackDowns best ended and everyone involved in the survivor series match hit each other’s finisher’s or rock and Austin vs Jericho and angle from smackdown 2001 days before vengeance 2001 and in the end rock and Austin have a beer bash or even rock and Austin vs Booker t and big boss man from raw 2002 or rock vs Scott hall from smackdown 2002 just because Austin saves the rock there’s so many rock and Austin moments I could remember cus I grew up watching them rock and Austin vs Kane and undertaker from raw 2001 or 1998 2001 rock gaves Austin a Stunner and drinks Austin’s beer and 98 we see the return of big boss man or six man tag team match rock Austin and Vince McMahon vs hhh undertaker and Shane McMahon with hbk as special referee I know there’s so much more those are just my opinion

  2. SCSA says:

    I am so upset that this set never made it 🙁

    The Top 25 Rivlaries wasn’t as good as I’d hoped it would be & I really think that the WWE should have carried on with individual Rivlary DVD\Blu-Ray sets after they had bought out the ‘Greatest Rivlaries’ set on Shawn Vs Bret!

    Starting with none other than, Austin Vs Rock! I’d also like to see:

    – Austin Vs Vince
    – Undertaker Vs Shawn
    – Triple H Vs Mick Foley
    – Rock Vs Mankind

  3. Spritz1999 says:

    Safe to say that his one went out the window with the Top 50 dvd… so sad! 🙁

  4. Domenic says:

    Easter Eggs
    —————-

    Got Beer?

    Driving on a Sunday

    Adrenaline

    Stamina

    Austin’s Gun Range

    Emotions Boiling Before Their Wrestlemania Battles

    Austin and McMahon…….Together?!

    The Rock on His Membership in The Corporation

    Pressure

    Scandals

    Anti-Climax at Wrestlemania XIX

    Austin: The Top Heel in WWE, Rock: The Top Babyface of the WWE

    Texas Rattlesnake

    Brahma Bull

    British Bulldog

    The History of The Rock and Stone Cold

    Stone Cold vs. The Rock in Pictures

  5. Domenic says:

    Best Buy Exclusive Stories Cut from the DVD or Blu-Ray Editions

    BEST BUY EXCLUSIVES
    ——————————-

    Stone Cold Tells a Funny Story To The Rock

    Chicken and Coke?!

    One Tough SOB

    Most Funniest Moment in Wrestling

    Drinking Beer

    Surgery

    The Rock Takes a Tour Around Safeco Field in Seattle

    Stone Cold and The Rock on Singing Together on the RAW Before Survivor Series 2001

    Another Round

    No-Holds-Barred Match at Backlash 1999

    Working Out at the Gym

    Media

    Press Releases For Wrestlemania X-Seven

    Best Matches of All-Time

    War With DX

    The Rock on His Injury at Wrestlemania 29 in His Match With John Cena

    Special Panel of Legends Q & A Session With The Rock and Stone Cold

    Mansions

    Luxury Houses

    Do You Like Pie?

    Ricky ”The Dragon” Steamboat

    Stone Cold and The Rock’s Reactions to Jerry Lawler’s Heart Attack in September 2012

    Stone Cold on His Q & A Session With CM Punk in 2012

    The Rock on His Samoan Heritage

    Greatness vs. Redemption

    Comedy

    The Rock Throws a Special Concert For Stone Cold and Jim Ross

    Owen Hart

    Undertaker’s Wrestlemania Streak, Austin’s Title Reign, Rock’s Greatness

    I Know Who You Are, But What The Hell Am I?

    TV-14 vs. TV-PG vs. TV-G

    Survivor Series 2001: The Night That Changed Everything

    Ice Cream Hour

    Talking While Eating Food

    Austin, You Love Apples? It Doesn’t Matter if You Like Apples!!!

    The Rock on Filming The Scorpion King

    The Game Plan

    The Rock on Disney Channel?!

    Sweet Tap Dancing Jesus, Austin!!!

    RAW 1000

    FILM CUT-Wrestlemania XV: The Ragin’ Climax
    WWE Championship Match
    The Rock vs. Stone Cold
    Wrestlemania XV, Mar.28, 1999

    FILM CUT-Wrestlemania X-Seven
    WWE Championship Match
    The Rock vs. Stone Cold
    Wrestlemania X-Seven, Apr. 1, 2001

    FILM CUT-Wrestlemania XIX
    The Rock vs. Stone Cold
    Wrestlemania XIX, Mar. 30, 2003

    The Rock and Stone Cold Before Their Interview

    The Rock and Stone Cold After Their Interview

    • Domenic says:

      I Forgot these Extras……….

      Stone Cold and The Rock Backstage Footage After Wrestlemania XV
      Wrestlemania XV Mar. 28, 1999

      Stone Cold and Mr. McMahon Backstage After Wrestlemania X-Seven
      Wrestlemania X-Seven Apr. 1, 2001

      The Rock Backstage After Wrestlemania X-Seven
      Wrestlemania X-Seven Apr. 1, 2001

      Stone Cold, Triple H, and Mr. McMahon Backstage After RAW
      RAW Apr. 2, 2001

      The Rock Backstage After RAW
      RAW Apr. 2, 2001

      The Rock Backstage After Wrestlemania XIX
      Wrestlemania XIX Mar. 30, 2003

      Stone Cold Backstage After Wrestlemania XIX
      Wrestlemania XIX Mar. 30, 2003

  6. Domenic says:

    Hey, there is way more content of this rivalry that was not included in this, so I will make them into
    Blu-Ray Exclusives for THE PEOPLE. Here we go……..

    BLU-RAY EXCLUSIVES
    —————————–
    Stone Cold Wins His First Royal Rumble Match
    Royal Rumble Jan. 19, 1997

    Stone Cold Confronts The Nation of Domination, Then Attacks The Rock
    RAW, Nov. 24, 1997

    Stone Cold Drives a Pick-Up Truck Through the Arena
    RAW, Dec. 1, 1997

    Stone Cold Goes on a Rampage
    RAW Jan. 12, 1998

    Royal Rumble Match
    Royal Rumble, Jan. 18, 1998

    Stone Cold Wins The WWE Championship For the First Time
    Wrestlemania 14 Mar. 29, 1998

    Four Corners Tag Team Elimination Match for the WWE Tag Team Championships
    Undertaker and Stone Cold vs. Kane and Mankind vs. The Rock and Owen Hart vs. The New Age Outlaws
    RAW, Aug. 10, 1998

    Stone Cold and The Rock vs. The Brothers of Destruction
    RAW Oct. 12, 1998

    The Rock Wins The WWE Championship For the First Time
    Survivor Series: Deadly Game Nov. 15, 1998

    Stone Cold Costs The Rock to Lose the WWE Championship to Mankind
    RAW Jan. 4, 1999

    The Rock Costs Stone Cold the Royal Rumble Match
    Royal Rumble Jan. 24, 1999

    Stone Cold Wins the No. 1 Contenders Steel Cage Match
    St. Valentine’s Day Massacre Feb. 14, 1999

    The Rock Wins The WWE Championship in a Ladder Match
    RAW Feb. 15, 1999

    The Rock Throws Stone Cold Off a Bridge
    RAW Apr. 12, 1999

    Stone Cold and The Rock Confront Each Other Before Their Match Against Triple H and The Undertaker
    Smackdown Apr. 29, 1999

    The Rock Costs Stone Cold The WWE Championship
    No Mercy Oct. 17, 1999

    Vince McMahon Makes Stone Cold vs. The Rock vs. Triple H at Survivor Series for the WWE Championship with Himself as the Special Guest Referee
    RAW Oct. 18, 1999

    Survivor Series Tag Team Elimination Match
    Stone Cold, The Rock, Kane, and Shane McMahon vs. DX
    Smackdown Nov. 4, 1999

    The Rock, Stone Cold, DX, and The McMahons’ Final Confrontation Before Survivor Series
    Sunday Night Heat Nov. 14, 1999

    Video Package for Survivor Series 1999

    Stone Cold Gets Run Over By A Car
    Survivor Series Nov. 14, 1999

    The Rock Confronts The Cops
    RAW Nov. 15, 1999

    The Rock Wins The Royal Rumble
    Royal Rumble Jan. 24, 2000

    Stone Cold Helps The Rock Win the WWE Championship
    Backlash Apr. 30, 2000

    Who Ran Over Stone Cold Steve Austin?
    Smackdown Sept. 21, 1999

    Stone Cold and The Rock Backstage
    Unforgiven Sept. 24, 2000

    Stone Cold Returns to the WWE
    Unforgiven Sept. 24, 2000

    Rock, Are You Rikishi’s Partner-In-Crime?
    Smackdown Sept. 28, 2000 (Or Whenever)

    Fatal-Four-Way Match for the WWE Championship
    Kurt Angle vs. The Rock vs. Stone Cold vs. Rikishi
    Rebellion Oct. or Nov. 2000 (Whenever it happened)

    The Rock and Stone Cold Segment
    Smackdown Nov. 2, 2000

    The Rock and Stone Cold vs. Triple H and Rikishi
    Smackdown Nov. 9, 2000

    The Rock Makes Fun of His Opponents at Armageddon
    RAW Dec. 4, 2000

    Fatal-Four-Way Match for the WWE Championship
    Kurt Angle vs. The Rock vs. Stone Cold vs. Undertaker
    Smackdown Dec. 7, 2000

    Hell in a Cell Match for the WWE Championship
    Kurt Angle vs. The Rock vs. Stone Cold vs. Undertaker vs. Triple H vs. Rikishi
    Armageddon Dec. 10, 2000

    The Rock, Stone Cold, and The Undertaker vs. Kurt Angle, Kane, and Rikishi
    Smackdown January 18, 2001 (Maybe?)

    Stone Cold Wins His Third Royal Rumble Match
    Royal Rumble January 21, 2001

    The Rock and Stone Cold vs. Kurt Angle and Chris Benoit
    RAW Jan. or Feb. 2001

    Stone Cold, Triple H, The Rock, and Rikishi Segment
    RAW Feburary 12, 2001

    The Rock and Kurt Angle vs. Triple H and Stone Cold
    RAW Feb. 2001

    The Rock Wins The WWE Championship From Kurt Angle
    No Way Out Feb. 25, 2001

    The Rock and Stone Cold’s First Segment Before Wrestlemania X-Seven
    RAW February 26, 2001

    Debra is The Rock’s Manager?!
    RAW March 2001

    The Rock Calls Out Stone Cold
    RAW Mar. 2001

    Stone Cold Confronts The Rock in the Locker Room
    Smackdown Mar. 2001

    Stone Cold Saves Debra and The Rock
    Smackdown March 2001

    Stone Cold Stuns The Rock
    Smackdown Mar. 15, 2001

    The Rock and Stone Cold Brawl Before Wrestlemania X-Seven
    RAW Mar. 2001

    The Rock and Stone Cold vs. The Brothers of Destruction
    RAW March 26, 2001

    The Rock and Stone Cold Final Confrontation Before Wrestlemania X-Seven
    Smackdown March 29, 2001

    The Rock After Wrestlemania X-Seven Goes Off the Air (Exclusive Footage)
    Wrestlemania X-Seven April 1st, 2001

    Stone Cold The Night After Wrestlemania X-Seven
    RAW April 2, 2001

    The Rock The Night After Wrestlemania X-Seven
    RAW April 2, 2001

    Vince McMahon Announces The Rock is Suspended Indefinitely
    Smackdown April 5, 2001

    Jim Ross Interviews Stone Cold
    Smackdown April 5, 2001

    Vince McMahon Lifts The Suspension of The Rock
    RAW July 23, 2001

    The Alliance Gets Ready For The Rock’s Return
    RAW July 30, 2001

    The Rock Returns to the WWE
    RAW July 30, 2001

    Video Package for Stone Cold vs. The Rock at Rebellion 2001

    WWE Championship Match
    Stone Cold vs. The Rock
    Rebellion Nov. 3, 2001

    The Rock and Stone Cold Sing Together
    RAW Nov. 12, 2001

    The Rock and Chris Jericho vs. Stone Cold and Kurt Angle
    Smackdown Nov. 15, 2001

    Survivor Series Tag Team Elimination-Winner Takes All Match
    Team WCW/ECW (Stone Cold, Kurt Angle, Rob Van Dam, Booker T, and Shane McMahon) vs. Team WWE (The Rock, Undertaker, Kane, Chris Jericho, and Big Show)
    Survivor Series Nov. 18, 2001

    Stone Cold Returns
    RAW Nov. 19, 2001

    Stone Cold and The Rock vs. Kurt Angle and Chris Jericho
    Smackdown Dec. 6, 2001

    The Rock and Stone Cold vs. Big Boss Man and Booker T
    RAW January 2002

    Stone Cold Saves The Rock From the NWO
    Smackdown March 8, 2002

    3 On 2 Handicap Match
    Stone Cold and The Rock vs. The NWO
    RAW March 11, 2002

    Stone Cold Walks Away From WWE
    RAW June 17, 2002

    The Rock Returns to WWE
    RAW June 17, 2002

    Stone Cold Returns to WWE (After RAW Goes Off the Air)
    Post-RAW February 10, 2003

    The Rock and Stone Cold Confrontation After No Way Out 2003
    RAW Feb. 24, 2003

    Stone Cold Costs The Rock His Match With The Hurricane
    RAW March 10, 2003 (Whenever)

    Stone Cold and The Rock Exchange Words After RAW Goes Off the Air
    Post-RAW March 17, 2003

    The Rock and Stone Cold at Wrestlemania XIX Fan Axxess
    Fan Axxess March 29, 2003

    Stone Cold The Night After Wrestlemania XIX
    RAW March 31, 2003

    The Rock The Night After Wrestlemania XIX
    RAW March 31, 2003

    Stone Cold Gets Inducted into the Hall of Fame
    Hall of Fame April 4, 2009

    Stories Cut From The Documentary
    ———————————————

    Stone Cold On Why He Walked Out in 2002

    Stone Cold On Filming The Expendables

    The Rock and Stone Cold Share Personal Stories To Each Other

    The Rock, Stone Cold, and Jim Ross Share A Cup of Coffee

    The Rock and Stone Cold Sing a Song Together

    The Rock on Returning To The WWE After Being Gone For Seven Years

    Stone Cold on Being The Best in the World

    Surprise Appearance by Triple H and Vince McMahon

    Stone Cold and The Rock on their Rivalry and How It Changed the Landscape of the WWE and Wrestlemania Forever

    Stone Cold on His Divorce With Debra

    The Rock on His Divorce With Danni

    Stone Cold on Why The Match Between Him, Triple H, and The Rock Didn’t Take Place

    The Rock On Hall of Fame Inductions

    Stone Cold and The Rock Share an Emotional Hug After Cameras Stop Rolling

    Stone Cold Explains The Events That Occured Before Wrestlemania XIX

    Stone Cold Explains the ”OMR” Slogan on His Vest Was About on The Night of Wrestlemania XIX

    The Rock on His Movies and How They Got In the Way of His Wrestling Career

    The Rock on his WWE Championship Reigns

    Stone Cold on his WWE Championship Reigns

    Stone Cold and The Rock on the Invasion Angle

    NWO Returning

    Wrestlemania X-8

    Stone Cold Got Screwed By Ric Flair?!

    Stone Cold on If He Would Return To The Ring One Last Time

    Rock vs. Austin: One Final Time?

    Jim Ross Asks, ”Would Stone Cold Induct The Rock Into The Hall of Fame?”

    Who is Better?

    Stone Cold and The Rock Answer Fans’ Twitter Questions

    The Rock Gets Emotional on the Passing of His Grandparents

    Austin 3:16 vs. Just Bring It!

    The People

    Tag Team Champions?

    Kids

    Make-A-Wish

    Sports

    Smackdown: The People’s Show

    Stone Cold on His Neck Injury

    Movies or Wrestling?

    Rock and Stone Cold on the State of the WWE Currently and their Talents

    CM Punk

    John Cena Makes a Surprise Appearance

    Austin on Rock vs. Cena

    Wrestlemania’s Future?…..

    BE-A-STAR Campaign

    Attitude Era vs. PG Era

    Legacies

    Injuries

    The Rock on Being Suspended Indefinitely in the Storylines

    Workout Methods

    WWE 12 and WWE 13: The Change of the WWE Video Games

    9/11 Episode on Smackdown

    That’s It for now…..

    • Mark D says:

      The concept never claimed to be an “Anthology of The Rock and Stone Cold”.

      • Domenic says:

        Mark, I am just trying to help you. By the way, you do an amazing job with these concepts. Do another one soon. Thank you. By the way, I am doing Best Buy Exclusives in my next post.

        • Domenic says:

          I have to correct something I did…..

          Who Ran Over Stone Cold Steve Austin
          SmackDown! Sept. 21, 2000

          And I have one final extra…..

          The Rock and Stone Cold After Survivor Series 1997
          RAW Nov. 10, 1997

          • Domenic says:

            Here is another match I must add…..

            Stone Cold vs. The Rock
            RAW Sept. 27, 1999

            One more segment as well………

            The Rock Steals the Intercontinental Championship
            RAW Nov. 17, 1997

  7. I think The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin are the Greatest Rivalries ever in the WWE.

    • Scsa says:

      I AGREE! Though with the ‘Top 25 Greatest Rivlaries’ coming out soon, I don’t think that the WWE will bother releasing this set of Austin Vs Rock 🙁

  8. Scsa says:

    Is there ne news on this set yet?

  9. Scsa says:

    WHEN IN THE HELL ARE THEY GONNA BRING OUT THIS SET? WHEN I TURN 50 ?!

  10. Anan says:

    This would be awesome for sure. But I also think WWE should do a set on fantasy matches that never happened. They did a countdown of this where matches like Bret Hart/Kurt Angle, HBK/Rock, Taker/Sting, etc were on it. Have all the guys involved in the rivalry comment on what it’d be like to face off, how they feel the crowd would react, how much of chance do they have of the match happening now, when the best time and event would have been to have it and why, etc.

    Anyway, back to Austin/Rock…..it would certainly be a seller. But this rivalry was covered to some extent on Austin’s Bottom Line set which may have been one of the reasons why they went with Bret/HBK instead. Still, I feel a Austin/Rock set should be done.

    Just some rivalries I’d like to see documented….Foley/HHH, Mankind/Rock, Rock/HHH, HBK/HHH, Austin/HHH. Once they are able to be involved on the set, I think sets on Sting/Flair and Sting/Hogan would sell too.

  11. Eric says:

    This one would be awesome

  12. Scsa says:

    Ne word on when this set is to be released or has been cancelled forever?!?!

  13. Scsa says:

    Please try and find out when the next ‘greatest rivlaries’ set is due! Right now I just wanna c an ‘Austin versus rock’ set!

  14. Dizzy says:

    I would buy this the day it comes out. These rivalry series are ones I wanna see more of. HHH/Rock, Hardys/E&C/Dudleys, Austin/McMahon, Jericho/Mysterio etc.

  15. Anonymous says:

    I would pay for this!

  16. HHHfan1999 says:

    They need to do it! I don’t see why they didn’t start off the series with this one and let the rest of the rivalries follow? But, I guess we don’t have a lot of perspective on what happened in this rivalry, so maybe they thought we needed the true story as soon as possible? Hmmm…

  17. NWO 4 Life says:

    I wasn’t pleased with the matches and moments on HBK vs Hart set, I wanted more Attitude stuff from Shawn. Not saying seeing classic Rockers vs Hart Foundation matches was not good but I wanted to see HBK and Triple H against any combo of Bret and Owen or Bret and Bulldog or Bret and Jim Neidhart.

  18. Brad Attitude says:

    thats an awesome f’n cover.

    great stuff.

  19. George Schire says:

    Hopefully this happens. I usually don’t care for stuff past 79, for some reason this has got me excited.

    The Authority (George Schire).

  20. vincenzzzzzo says:

    Again, nice job. I forgot how many matches they had together and I wondered how they’d fill 3 discs worth, but after seeing this, I know they could easily. Great cover.

  21. Anonymous says:

    Incredible concept art. My only nitpick is that WWE would have to put “the” and “stone cold steve” above Rock and Austin respectivley (in small leters). Copyright reasons. Also I lovee the picture on the front cover, but I can only imagine WWE not using it because you cant see enough of Austins face.

    Disc three offers little in the segments, but just because all those moments are whores out on DVD as it is.

  22. Jamie says:

    This dvd would be fucking epic hope they do release a dvd on their fued

  23. NWO 4 Life says:

    Mark’s idea of matches and moments totally killed the Hart vs HBK matches and moments on the DVD, should had DX and Hart Foundation moments where Shawn said Bret your a zero my hero lol. Rock vs Stone Cold will be a top seller no doubt because they both were popular.

  24. Isrs4life says:

    This could be sweet but the DVD cover could be black or red.

    I am not gonna bother to buy Austins newest DVD because i’m
    waiting for this one to come out.

    It just feels more different and I hope Mark is right about every
    piece of content when the real deal comes out.

  25. scsa says:

    GREAT COVER! I have been waiting for this Blu-Ray to come out for months!!!! Although they changed it with Hart/Michaels. That was good but Hart did most of the talking and got a little boring later 🙁 Ne ways, I think there should have been a pic of the Rock on the back of your cover doing a rock bottom or peoples elbow on Austin as there’s a pic of Austin doing a stunner on the rock.

  26. Geolink says:

    Wow the amount of work in this DVD is incredible. If WWE releases something as good as this concept, I would honestly cry with joy.

  27. Harry Faversham says:

    Rebellion 2001 and their tag match against the nWo would be good additions too, except for the fact that they lose that one. It looks amazing! But I think they will show more of Austin’s face. Rock’s picture is perfect.

  28. JamesS says:

    @Anan Since when did WWE DVDs have every match and every promo on them? How many promos did Bret v Shawn have??? :p

  29. Geolink says:

    God, that cover looks ballin’!

  30. Anan says:

    I think you missed one. RAW 2001 (forgot date) where Rock & SCSA defeated Taker & Kane (with HHH’s help) in which after Rock stunned Austin & put a beer next to him. ALso missing is Rock/Austin vs Taker/Kane October 16 1998

    But yeah lotd of promos, segments and stuff are missing it seems like.

    Also Steve Austin and The Rock on….
    Being fans of the business growing up
    Who they were fans of and why
    Breaking into the business
    Who they learned from before and after arriving in WWE
    Their legacy/what they will be remembered for and what they want to be remembered for
    Communicating with fans on Twitter
    What being inducted into the HOF meant for Austin and Rock (if he’s inducted by the time this is released) or what it would
    mean for Rock (if he is not by then)

  31. Mark D says:

    The promo list is not definative – its quite hard to find promos, matches aand some promos are listed on sites like HistoryoftheWWE.com (great site BTW), but I’m not sure there is a breakdown of all the segments of Raw and Smackdown anywhere. So I’m going to admit there will be quite a few promos I’ve missed, sorry.

  32. SRB says:

    I think you did an amazing job with this and thank you for continuing to do this. PArt of me thinks we may get this DVD later this year and the other part of me thinks it would be too difficult to get these guys to sit down and agree on scheduling. Although the artwork looks great and this match listing is absolute perfection I think I’m the only one in the world who is still living too far in the past to want to see this, plus the Rock DVD is coming out soon and Austin’s DVD is only a month or two old. I’m guessing next on the list for greatst rivalries might be HHH and someone else. Not too sure who yet. Wonderful work and please keep them coming!

  33. Roaster says:

    All it needs is their promo before Survivor Series ’01 where they keep taking the mic from each other and they end up singing then fighting. It’s perfect other than that. Awesome job!!

  34. Jerry says:

    Awesome cover, and great content! I do hope this dvd isn’t the greatest rivalries they’re coming out with later, Austin and Rock just got a new dvd set. I think it’s going to be something with Triple H, which would explain his dvd getting pulled.

  35. neverAcquiesce says:

    Great work, especially within the very limiting confines of them most likely matching the art of the Shawn/Bret set. Fantastic listing too, as I’m ready to purchase it today!

  36. ratedrpoed says:

    if they are gonna put the first 2 austin/rock WM matches on dvd again then they need to do alternate commentary for them or something cos those 2 matches have been on far too many dvds already.

  37. Mark D says:

    @Adam Thanks. But your videos look… INCREDIBLE! Check them out everyone: http://www.youtube.com/user/DragoSteelers.

    I know what I’ll be watching later 🙂

  38. Adam says:

    I bow to you. VERY classy looking cover. Although I didn’t like the Bret/Shawn oen, it’s only be right to have this one look the same and what a job you did with that!

    And great choice of images.

    I REALLY hope they release this set one day.

  39. Adam says:

    I bow to you. VERY classy cover. Although I didn’t like the Bret/Shawn oen, it’s only be right to have this one look the same and what a job you did with that!

    I REALLY hope they release this set one day.

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