Brawl in the Family
An exclusive, never seen on TV, compilation of the biggest battles between some of the greatest WWE Superstars.
Undertaker vs. King Kong Bundy
Owen Hart & Jim ‘The Anvil’ Neidhart vs. Men on a Mission
WWE Championship Match
Big Daddy Cool Diesel vs. Jeff Jarrett
Doink with Dink vs. Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler
Lex Luger vs. Bob Backlund
Tatanka vs. Mabel
No Holds Barred Match
Bret ‘Hit Man’ Hart vs. Owen Hart
Intercontinental Championship Match
Razor Ramon vs. King Kong Bundy
WWE Championship Match
Bret ‘Hit Man’ Hart vs. 1-2-3 Kid
Wrestling Grudge Matches
Featuring some of the greatest WWE superstars going head to head against their most hated rivals.
Randy ‘Macho Man’ Savage vs. Papa Shango
El Matador vs. Terrific Terry Taylor
Big Boss Man & Virgil vs. Beverly Brothers
Home Video Exclusive – Intercontinental Championship Match
Shawn Michaels vs. Bob Backlund
Bret ‘Hit Man’ Hart vs. Repo Man
Fan Favourite Match
Natural Disasters & High Energy vs. Beverly Brothers & Money Inc.
Crush vs. Rick ‘The Model’ Martel
El Matador vs. Berzerker
Marty Jannetty vs. Papa Shango
Going to Work with Repo Man
Typhoon vs. Kamala
Virgil vs. I.R.S.
Tatanka vs. Blake Beverly
Home Video Exclusive – WWE Championship Match
Undertaker vs. ‘Nature Boy’ Ric Flair
Seems like an unusual choice for tagged classics, but Bret Hart vs. Owen Hart in a no holds barred match is great and you get the classic Bret Hart vs. 1-2-3 Kid match too. I used to have Brawl in the Family on VHS, but I’ve never seen Grudge Matches. Looking at the match list the highlight looks to be Undertaker vs. Ric Flair. The time period this covers in many ways isnt too great, but it reminds me how Bret and Undertaker were keeping things together throughout this time and later Shawn Michaels. It always surprises me how that is kind of forgotten. But I think its because the hot periods are more fondly remembered. Austin was a huge game changer, but others kind of steadied the ship in the post Hogan era, and you could argue they laid the table for the next stage.
On RAW last monday, during the CM Punk vs Dolph Ziggler match there was 1 twitter popup and I don’t hate them but what I dont like is that stupid Michael Cole always has to talk about them and it interrupts
the calling of the match. I hope that on the Best of RAW & Smackdown 2011 DVD they edit those out because I just can’t stand Michael Cole talking about twitter all the frickin time.
Ah, ok. Good the popups were removed because in years time when watching the DVDs what was trending won’t matter, and there’s always a chance Twitter won’t stay popular (or at least popular with WWE).
@Anonymous, I will not be bullied by you calling me names on this website anymore!
@Daniel Bee, yes they did popups on the screen for Vengeance & Survivor Series 2011 from Twitter
@ Daniel Bee
I watched Vengeance when it was live on PPV, they did popups on the screen for Twitter. Those were removed for the DVD.
It is a bit like the constant WWF superstar line and TheRock.com, KurtAngle.com. undertaker.com ads etc. But I find it far more irritating for some reason.
How is it any different from the mid-90s when the internet was growing? WWE had the WWF on AOL or the superstar line? and constantly brought it up during matches on PPVs and RAW with stuff like “you can now chat with your favorite superstar online now” or “you can now talk to the Undertaker and Mankind following their match…that will be interesting”, stuff like that. They went overboard on that too. I guess people forget that because of nostalgia goggles.
They capitalized on the internet and AOL in the mid-90s like how they are doing with Twitter and Facebook now. In 10 years time, another social media will get big and WWE will capitalize on that.
Watching the Vengeance DVD now, no ‘popups.’ I have no problem with Twitter in general but they’re making too much of it. A lot of the matches on Raw last a couple minutes, commentators already barely call moves, now I’m supposed to be checking Twitte? Can’t I just enjoy some wrestling? I don’t like to be so negative but the Twitter talk has gone into overkill.
Plus hearing The Rock say ‘twittertainment’ pained me.
But were there Twitter popups at Vengeance?
Pretty certain the DVD will have the the Twitter ‘popups’, and everything else seen on the live broadcast. I’m not against them and really like Twitter but the show is almost becoming centered around what is trending.
Another great tagged classic coming soon…can´t wait!
I hope Vengeance, and Survivor Series for that matter, won’t have those dumb graphics telling us what’s trending. If we cared we’d be on twitter already.
It isn’t related to this article at all but i cant wait for the content for the PPV matches of 2011 and Raw/SD 4 disc compilation. Hopefully any day now