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 Posted: Thu Jul 4th, 2013 11:50 pm
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Snuka vs Muraco Cage Match

How many times has that been "released"? You can pretty much guarantee that one is on there.

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 Posted: Fri Jul 5th, 2013 12:28 am
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Would like to see the Valentine-Backlund match in which Valentine " won" the belt or the rematch. Maybe get a few Bruno vs. Patera matches or Backlund vs. Patera. Maybe the Atlas/Hogan match in which Hogan gets pinned.

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Full listing for the DVD is now out. I understand the listing but am disappointed and was hoping for at least one thing that isn't out there already.

http://www.wrestlingdvdnews.com/wwe-madison-square-garden-dvd-blu-ray-match-listing/46252/

DISC 1

50 Years of History

Ivan Koloff

WWE Championship Match
Ivan Koloff vs. Pedro Morales
8th February, 1971

Bruno Sammartino

WWE Championship Match
Superstar Billy Graham vs. Bruno Sammartino
27th June, 1977

Bob Backlund

Texas Death Match for the WWE Championship
Bob Backlund vs. Ken Patera
19th May, 1980

Harley Race

Match for the Undisputed Heavyweight Wrestling Championship
WWE Champion, Bob Backlund vs. NWA Champion, Harley Race
22nd September, 1980

The Iron Sheik

WWE Championship Match
The Iron Sheik vs. Hulk Hogan
23rd January, 1984

Sgt. Slaughter

Boot Camp Match
Sgt. Slaughter vs. The Iron Sheik
16th June, 1984



DISC 2
A Date Forever Etched in History

Vince McMahon

Hulk Hogan & Mr. T vs. “Rowdy” Roddy Piper & “Mr. Wonderful” Paul Orndorff
WrestleMania – 31st March, 1985

Bob Uecker

Andre the Giant & “Mr. Wonderful” Paul Orndorff vs. “Rowdy” Roddy Piper & “Cowboy” Bob Orton
10th August, 1985

The Miz

Intercontinental Championship Match
Honky Tonk Man vs. The Ultimate Warrior
SummerSlam – 29th August, 1988

Bret Hart

Intercontinental Championship Match
Bret “Hitman” Hart vs. Mr. Perfect
SummerSlam – 26th August, 1991

Howard Finkel

Ladder Match for the Intercontinental Championship
Shawn Michaels vs. Razor Ramon
WrestleMania X – 20th March, 1994

Kevin Nash

WWE Championship Match
Bob Backlund vs. Diesel
26th November, 1994



DISC 3
Under The Iconic Lights

The Rock

Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match
Rocky Maivia, “Wildman” Marc Mero, The Stalker, & Jake “The Snake” Roberts vs. Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Crush, Goldust, & Jerry “The King” Lawler
Survivor Series – 17th November, 1996

Vince McMahon

Stone Cold Stuns The Boss
Raw – 22nd September, 1997

Mick Foley

Falls Count Anywhere Match
Hunter Hearst Helmsley vs. Cactus Jack
Raw – 22nd September, 1997

Jim Ross

1st Ever Tag Team Tables Match
The Dudley Boyz vs. The Hardy Boyz
Royal Rumble – 23rd January, 2000

Daniel Bryan

#1 Contender Triple Threat Match
Triple H vs. Kurt Angle vs. Chris Jericho
Raw – 7th August, 2000

Booker T

Booker T Attacks Mr. McMahon
Raw – 25th June, 2001

Triple H

Triple H Returns
Raw – 7th January, 2002

Big Show

United States Championship Match
Big Show vs. John Cena
WrestleMania XX – 14th March, 2004

Trish Stratus

Trish Stratus vs. Mickie James
Raw – 11th September, 2006

John Cena

John Cena Returns in the Royal Rumble Match
Royal Rumble – 27th January, 2008

Shawn Michaels

Triple Threat Tag Team Match
D-Generation-X vs. Jeri-Show vs. John Cena & The Undertaker
Raw – 16th November, 2009

Great Moments Happen Here




BLU-RAY EXCLUSIVES

Gerald Brisco

Steel Cage Match
Bruno Sammartino & Tito Santana vs. Randy “Macho Man” Savage & “Adorable” Adrian Adonis
12th July, 1986

Ted DiBiase

Intercontinental Championship Match
Bret “Hitman” Hart vs. “Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase
29th December, 1991

Alberto Del Rio

WWE Championship Match
Alberto Del Rio vs. CM Punk
Survivor Series – 20th November, 2011

Extra Stories:
Trish Stratus
Ken Patera
Mr. Fuji
Road Warrior Animal
Barry Windham
Koko B. Ware
Ricky Steamboat
Sika
Rocky Johnson
Edge
Brooklyn Brawler

Vince McMahon MSG Walk of Fame Induction

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landy1987 wrote:
Full listing for the DVD is now out. I understand the listing but am disappointed and was hoping for at least one thing that isn't out there already.


To be even more blunt, this set fucking SUCKS. Not even one true "Rarity", or even an oddball match that hasn't appeared somewhere before.

Just fucking brutal.

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Isn't this the first time the actual Boot Camp match appeared on DVD? I know they had the first match on about 60 collections but I don't think the actual Boot Camp match ever made it. Am I wrong?



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Is the Patera vs. Backlund match on an earlier DVD?

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Just horrible.



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Couldn't agree more. This is disappointing!!!

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As is typical of late, you can throw disc 3 in the shitter as soon as you get it. Most of disc 2 is shit that we've seen already too. Disc 3 is just worthless though on a history of MSG set. Should be all 70s and 80s shit. Grrr.



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Well WWE had a chance to make a couple bucks off me for a change but they blew that. I don't have the Pedro vs Ivan Koloff match but not spending $$ for just that, everything else I have or could care less about. Does Vince realize that rehashing stuff from last 10 years that even the most diehard current marks already have won't sell. He had a shot at selling some to an older crowd and lost that



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Count Grog wrote:
I don't have the Pedro vs Ivan Koloff match but not spending $$ for just that

That bout has been available since the "History of the WWF Championship" video came out a few decades ago, so it's pretty easy to get your hands on it if you want to, in good quality.

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I was surprised that Bruno was on the cover of a DVD set that features him for one whole match (and it's been out of the vault for 30 years now)

[throws hands in the air]

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beejmi wrote:
I was surprised that Bruno was on the cover of a DVD set that features him for one whole match (and it's been out of the vault for 30 years now)

[throws hands in the air]


When WWE makes a Best of Bruno DVD and puts Cena on the cover, you bitches are really going to be whining.



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Yeah I know these threads tend to be "people wanting the older stuff that isn't out there yet" and that isn't what "they" focus on but they are missing the boat.

You have an arena that has hosted WWWF/WWF/WWE wrestling for 50 years and the top attraction from 40 years ago on the cover and then by and large skipping over that timeframe.

It would be like NFL films putting out a DVD set entitled "The Steel Curtain" with Terry Bradshaw and Chuck Noll on the cover and then skipping over the Super Bowl teams.

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HBF wrote: Count Grog wrote:
why the fuck outside the obvious is John Cena on the cover he wrestled there what 10 times? Prof Tanaka got more title shots there than that. and Blassie?? come on there are a lot more old guys like Monsoon, Strongbow, Kowalski who have a close spot in Vince of HHH's heart that could be there. Hell even Piper or Zbyszko would be worthy

This. And I'm totally biased, but that's Backlund's spot.

Smacky's gonna be pissed.

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