Exclusive: WWE Top 25 Rivalries in History DVD – Listing Reveal #3

March 8, 2013 by Mark D

Here we are – another day, another batch of exclusive rivalry reveals for WWE: The Top 25 Rivalries in Wrestling History right here on WWEDVDNews.com! The DVD and Blu-ray hit stores on May 28th [Pre-order Now].

WWE Greatest Rivalries Revealed, part 3

Reveal #1 – WWE Top 25 Rivalries in History DVD Listing

Reveal #2 – WWE Top 25 Rivalries in History DVD Listing

Reveal #3 of “Rivalries Week” brings you three more rivalries (spoiler-free in no particular order) from the main feature and two bonus matches from these classic rivalries.


  • John Cena vs. Edge
  • Mick Foley vs. Triple H
  • Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock



WWE Championship Match
Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock
Rebellion • November 3, 2001

Steel Cage Match for the WWE Championship
John Cena vs. Edge
Raw • October 2, 2006


Which of the 11 rivalries revealed so far is your #1?

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  1. TNAJason says:

    I think they should have added for the Foley(Mankind) vs Triple H Rivalry either the Canadian Stampede,King of the Ring,or Summerslam 1997 match,so a match could represent the feud,while not going into the overly duplicated 2000 Matches. Or Hell,the Wrestlemania 2000 4-Way to represent HHH-Foley AND HHH-Rock(which I’m sure is on here),unless they plan on putting the Judgement Day 2000 Iron Man Match for HHH-Rock,then I will unquestionably be excited for this set on that match alone,so hoping that the long-awaited love for that match is finally shown on this set,for that rivalry,tho I am kinda disappointed that Rock vs Austin in the Cage after WM17 isn’t included,tho the Rebellion 2001 is still a welcome addition over the overly duplicated Wrestlemania Trilogy,and In Your House-DX 1997 PPV Matches(and the most recent Backlash 99 match that has snuck in alot in the last couple years).

    • TNAJason says:

      And Yes I am a complete idiot,as I forgot that Rock vs HHH was confirmed already,and that their Backlash 2000 match was the representation for it. Stupid me,but really hoping the Judgement Day 2000 Match is on the Triple H set then later this year. Not sure why that match hasn’t gotten the love it deserves in WWE Home Video(in the US) Releases.

  2. Steve says:

    The Rock-Austin match is the first good selection on this set. This set is a train wreck. These countdown type sets are just always a mess.

  3. Marty says:

    They seem to be choosing rivalries that stretch over a good length of time. This likely means they’ll also include Flair-Steamboat, Flair-Sting, Hogan-Savage, Hart-Michaels, and Austin-McMahon, to name a few.

  4. pmdmf says:

    I’d love to see Austin vs. McMahon, Flair vs. Steamboat, and Hart vs. Michaels, even though they had a set devoted to them already. Even though this set is probably individual/tag team rivalries, I wouldn’t mind seeing WWE vs. WCW or WCW vs. nWo.

  5. John says:

    David-You better not do the every few days match listing reveal on every release or I am going to kick your damn ass

  6. John says:

    I bet Vince vs Austin will be one of them

  7. Nick says:

    The title should be renamed “Top rivalries in the LAST 25 years”

  8. Ryan Williams says:

    It’s a shame that Cm Punk and Jeff Hardy’s feud is not on here, those two had some great matches and promos, hell, those two deserve a whole dvd

  9. Garry says:

    Looking forward to this DVD very, very much.

  10. X-23 says:

    The Rebellion match is the only time Rock and Austin had a singles match during the WCW/ECW Invasion and the only time where Austin fought as a heel.

    It was a good match but not as good as their WrestleMania matches. Chris Jericho vs. Kurt Angle was also on the same card. That was a good match too…

  11. Jeff Copeland says:

    eh so far but its about time 01 rebellion austin rock match is on a dvd should of been on rock 08 2012 or austn dvds its a lost gem

  12. Bill says:

    I would have prefered the Stone Cold/Rock match from WM 19

  13. Eric Bischoff says:

    I’d like to see more of the UK PPVs. There is probably some good unreleased stuff on there.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Is that the Cena-Edge cage match where the entire tag division runs in (the one on the last cage match DVD)? Or a different one?

    The Rebellion match is a neat thing to get.

  15. Eric Bischoff says:

    Austin/Rock is a nice surprise. That’s another one for Greatest Rivalries: Austin vs Rock if we ever get it.

  16. John says:

    Is it really necessary to reveal 2 to 3 matches every few days? Just give us the whole damn match listing already!

    • Daniel Bee says:

      4 more and it’s all out! It’s a bit of fun and something to look forward to each day. God forbid.

      • NickP says:

        This idea of everyday revealing little bits is pretty good. Keeps me coming back to see whats revealed next. I think this would be a good idea for future dvds as well

        • KarlKayfabian says:

          I agree, it gives one a sense of hope. If it sucks (like it has so far), at least you can tell yourself, “Maybe it will get better tomorrow.” It is basically like getting a brand new match listing everyday. Kudos to Danny and Mark for the creative marketing idea.

      • X-23 says:

        when it’s all done, please make a complete post that has all the matches on one page. thanks

  17. Anonymous says:

    You mentioned the boot camp match. Well, if they include Flair/Steamboat from WCW Main Event summer 1994 and hopefully Flair/Funk from SuperBrawl 2000, then I could care less about the repeats myself. Of course, any one of the three matches we’ve mentioned are unlikely given the nature of the other matches they’ve included this far.

  18. Ryan says:

    I sure hope they cover RnR vs Mx, Birds vs Von Erichs and Magnum vs Nikita. Too much Triple H IMO already.

  19. Vincenzzzzzo says:

    I think this DVD should have been the “Top 50” instead of just 25. I’d like to see some WCW and NWA feuds showcased more. I like this DVD so far, though. I don’t think we’ll see any gems get released on this set. Seems more of a mainstream release like Top 50 Finishers.

  20. KarlKayfabian says:

    If they include Sgt. Slaughter vs Iron Sheik with the Bootcamp Match, then I could care less about how many repeats are on this thing.

  21. Anonymous says:

    Good selections for rivalries in this particular update, but the match listings from these first three updates absolutely suck. Furthermore, I’m still waiting on some classic NWA 1980s rivalries. Flair/Steamboat, Flair/Funk, and Flair/Sting could easily and objectively be the greatest three rivalries of all time.

  22. Justin says:

    Most of these seem fairly new – 2000 and forward. I wonder if we will see any classic rivalries like the Freebirds vs. the Von Erichs or Dusty Rhodes vs. Harley Race.

  23. ALK says:

    Well, at least its not Cena VS Edge the TLC Match for the billionth time…

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