Bloodstained Memoirs Review

Bloodstained Memoirs features exclusive interviews with an all-star pro wrestling cast of  Mick Foley, Chris Jericho, Christian Cage, Roddy Piper, Jimmy Snuka, Ultimo Dragon, Nora Greenwald (Molly Holly),  Keiji Muto (The Great Muta) and Rob Van Dam.

The documentary is very dated (2005) and was dubbed as “The most anticipated wrestling documentary of all-time,”  for the shocking comments made by some of the stars. While the interviews lack direction at times, there is no question that fans will be stunned by what they hear. Steroids, tragic deaths, and crooked higher-ups in the business are just a few of the interesting topics discussed.

It’s obvious that the director/filmmaker wrote down a series of questions and never  swayed away from his script, no matter what the answer was from the wrestler. Roddy Piper was definitely one of the highlights of the documentary as he gave great insight on how the industry has changed from getting ahead by being talented to scripted nonsense. He talked about wrestlers purposely hurting other wrestlers  physically and there was some juicy stuff there. That specific subject was very interesting and could have been elaborated on, but the subject is changed randomly to  Bret Hart for no reason. Other wrestlers on the DVD give some interesting insight on different subjects pertaining to wrestling, while others are lackluster. It is disappointing that Chris Jericho simply discusses Fozzy on a “wrestling” documentary and as oppose to an interview with Mick Foley, the DVD has footage of him at a book signing.

The filmmaker is clearly a fan/friend of Joe Legend (Just Joe in WWE) as he asked Christian Cage about him as opposed to interesting questions about his own career. The extras (which the DVD is jam-packed with) have Legend in other projects featuring a problem he had with a wrestler and a women of interest for Legend.

Fans of shoot wrestling DVDs will definitely want to pick this up. Despite the faults of a clear direction there is too many must-see interviews that will give even smart fans an informative look at some of their wrestling favourites. Controversial and more negative than positive towards how wrestling federations operate, the DVD will leave you wanting more.

Bloodstained Memoirs

155min

Directed by:  David Sinnott

2006

Spark Productions

TNA: Immortal Forever? DVD review

Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff completely changed the landscape of Total Nonstop Action two years in a row and now fans can relive how it all began in TNA’s latest DVD release Immortal Forever?

Starting from Hogan’s announcement at Madison Square Garden that he was coming to TNA and ending with the dethroning of Jeff Hardy by Sting, Hogan along with his Immortals explains why he had to take over TNA in interviews shot in the same style as the ones on Impact Wrestling. Dixie Carter along with AJ Styles, Beer Money and Kazarian give their side of Hogan’s evil takeover. While Styles puts down Hogan all the time, the others do give Hogan his dues and explain how they went along with Hogan for a while.

This DVD set also takes you back to particular moments that stood out when TNA was on Mondays. The entire feud and matches Hogan had with Ric Flair are all shown along with the complete 2010 Lethal Lockdown match featuring Team Hogan against Team Flair. Hogan explains his problems with Sting that led to Sting completely destroying Jeff Jarrett and a future suspension. Unfortunately, matches like RVD VS. Abyss from Bound for Glory 2010 and Jeff Hardy against Mr. Anderson in a ladder match for the TNA World Title from Against All Odds 2011 are shown already in progress.

Despite a few times when the story gets sidetracked with Hogan-Flair and the introduction of EV2, the biography is mostly in chronological order. As much as this is a DVD about the Hogan-Bischoff regime it is also a DVD documenting Sting’s achievements in TNA and why he decided to stay for the last two years to battle the Hulkster. Despite Sting winning the World Title Hogan does get the final say at the end of both discs.

Hogan seems genuinely upset over Carter’s comments about EV2 being the 90′s equivalent to Hulk in the 80′s. Hogan goes on a decently long rant about how the guys in EV2 do not even compare to what he did. Hogan also seems genuine when he talks about how guys need to step up now that wrestling matters. He criticizes the TNA originals for having five-star matches that no one cares about because they are not following his guidance.

TNA could have also called this TNA: 2010-2011 Greatest Moments, as it feels a bit like a follow-up to last year’s Greatest Moments DVD. Considering you’re getting over six hours of storytelling and matches you definitely get your money’s worth for the low price this DVD goes for. The addition of complete matches to a DVD set like this makes it a lot more desirable than last year’s. Surprisingly the best wrestler in TNA, Kurt Angle, is rarely featured although his Bound For Glory match against Mr. Anderson and Jeff Hardy is shown.

TNA: Immortal Forever?

Rated PG-14

Distributed by Navarre

Run time of about six hours

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DVD listing–

Disc 1

The Beginning

10-27-2009 – Madison Square Garden

Hulk Hogan press conference (Impact – Oct. 27, 2009)

TNA Staff Meeting (Impact – Nov. 4, 2009)

1-4-2010

Hulk Hogan’s Impact Debut (Impact – Jan. 4, 2010)

Jeff Hardy’s TNA Re-Debut (Impact – Jan. 4, 2010) 

Ric Flair’s TNA Debut (Impact – Jan. 4, 2010)

Jeff Jarrett’s promo with Hogan (Impact – Jan. 4, 2010)

Factions and Friction

The Squared Circle?

Hogan/Bischoff promo from Genesis 2010

Mr. Anderson vs. Abyss from Genesis 2010

Stars Align

TNA Makes the Move

Abyss & Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair & AJ Styles (Impact – Mar. 8, 2010)

RVD’s debut (Impact – Mar. 8, 2010)

Team Hogan vs. Team Flair

Lethal Lockdown: Team Hogan vs. Team Flair (Lockdown 2010)

The formation of Fortune (Impact – Jun. 17, 2010)

Sting Takes a Stand

Hogan and Sting Face off (Impact – May 3, 2010)

Sting vs. Jeff Jarrett (Sacrifice 2010)

“They” Are Coming

The End of Sting?

The Road to 10.10.10

Falls Count Anywhere Match- Rhino vs. Abyss (No Surrender 2010)

DISC 2

EV2 Invasion

Fortune annihilation of EV2 and the Abyss/‘Janice’ attack on RVD (Impact: Whole F’N Show – Aug. 12, 2010)

Monsters Ball: Abyss vs. RVD (Bound for Glory 2010) (already in progress)

Bound for Glory

TNA World Championship Three Way Match: Mr. Anderson vs. Kurt Angle vs. Jeff Hardy (Bound for Glory 2010)

The Alliance

#1 Contenders Match: Matt Morgan vs. Mr. Anderson (Genesis 2011) (already in progress)

TNA World Championship Match: Jeff Hardy vs. Mr. Anderson (Genesis 2011) 

“They” Are Here

Champions

TNA World Championship Ladder Match: Mr. Anderson vs. Jeff Hardy (Against All Odds 2011) (already in progress)

Jeff Hardy vs. Sting

TNA World Championship Match: Jeff Hardy vs. Sting (Impact – Mar. 3, 2011)

TNA: Lockdown 2011 DVD review

Kurt Angle and Jeff Jarrett continued their feud of the year when they nearly killed each other in the most brutal steel cage match in the history of Total Nonstop Action Wrestling at TNA: Lockdown 2011.

Angle, looking to outdo his incredible steel cage matches of the past, attempted a few new maneuvers that did not go exactly as he hoped, but the end result gave fans an amazing show. Angle looked like he broke his neck once again when he attempted to reverse Jeff Jarrett’s powerbomb from the top rope. Jarrett looked like he lost all his wind when Angle landed on him after an attempted belly-to-belly suplex from the top rope. Although not the main event of the show, Angle-Jarrett was clearly the match of the night.

Lockdown started off strong with a No.1 Contender X-Division XScape Match which ended up as the last match for Jay Lethal in TNA. Lethal and Amazing Red had a nice exchange, but the match was mainly highlighted by former TNA talents Generation Me having problems working together. Sting defending the TNA Heavyweight Championship against Mr. Anderson and Rob Van Dam was an even back-and-forth bout until Hulk Hogan interfered and got involved in the match.

The Lethal Lockdown match was a contrast compared to last year where you had Fortune and Sting as the villains against Hogan’s heroes. This year Fortune are now the heroes against Hogan’s Immortals which consisted of Nature Boy Ric Flair, Matt Hardy, Bully Ray and Abyss. Both teams start off at ringside unlike everyone having their own entrance. The bloody destruction of Flair by Fortune is truly one fans of hardcore wrestling will love, but fans of the Nature Boy will be disgusted with Flair getting butchered in the ring and forced to tap out.

TNA stays ahead of WWE when it comes to giving wrestling fans a little extra on their DVDs. Not only do you get the entire Lockdown event, but TNA provides a bonus disc that includes the entire pre-show for Lockdown, post match interviews, a music video recap, and interviews from Lockdown’s fan interaction. Jarrett looks like he is completely out of it while doing his post match interview and Angle is sporting a huge ice pack on his neck in his. The Lockdown Fan Interaction is a different look at TNA stars as they interact with their fans and give their thoughts on their matches. Mickie James and RVD come across as two who are very approachable at the event.

TNA: Lockdown 2011

Rated PG-14

Distributed by Navarre

Released on Jun. 21, 2011

Run time of about six hours

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Match listing–

X-Division XScape Match

Max Buck VS. Jeremy Buck VS. Suicide VS. Robbie E VS. Chris Sabin VS. Amazing Red VS. Brian Kendrick VS. Jay Lethal

Crimson & Scott Steiner VS. Ink Inc. VS. The British Invasion VS. Eric Young and Orlando Jordan

TNA Knockouts Championship VS. Mickie’s hair -Mickie James VS. Madison Rayne

Samoa Joe VS. The Pope D’Angelo Dinero

Matt Morgan VS. Hernandez

Kurt Angle VS. Jeff Jarrett

TNA World Title Match – Sting VS. Mr. Anderson VS. RVD

Lethal Lockdown – Fortune VS. Immortal

Smackdown vs. Raw 2011- Video Game Review

WWE’s latest edition of the Smackdown vs. Raw series surpasses the games of years passed. With new superstars, finishers, and game modes the possibilities are endless to the amount of fun you can have while playing this game.

The game features many different modes of play, such as Road to WrestleMania, WWE Universe and WWE Storyline Designer. All three modes are unique in there own way; in
The Road to WrestleMania Mode you choose the WrestleMania paths of Christian, Chris Jericho, Rey Mysterio, John Cena and you challenge the Undertaker as Kofi Kingston, Dolph Ziggler, or John Morrison in some very TV quality storylines. New to the game is the live WWE locker room, where you roam around interacting with superstars and divas unlocking the secret characters and legends of the game on your way to the grandest stage of the all.

In The WWE Universe Mode every action affects the results and angles of every superstar. For instance, if Edge defeats John Cena, they start a feud and interfere in each others matches bringing reasoning to the matches that you have, as opposed to winning several matches to gain a championship.

In the Storyline Designer Mode, you can create you own shows and matchups creating dream matches and feuds, or you can play pre-created storylines including Batista, Straight Edge Society and ECW.

Some of the Specialty matches have changed for better and for worse. In the Hell in a Cell match you must now perform a finisher at specific places around the cage to exit it. In Money in The Bank/Ladder/TLC matches it is easier to take done the contract/briefcase/belt no longer impossible or lengthy to acquire, and they’ve added more finishers off the ladder, including an Attitude Adjustment, RKO which is a plus. Finally all weapons are now interactive in the game, for instance if you perform a move beside a weapon, the opponent will sell the move as if he also hit the weapon. The producers did not put a lot of effort into the backstage areas, as the goal is to utilize your surroundings, yet some are impossible to use.

The game play is very similar to the past games, but changes have been to grappling move sets, with a standard arsenal as well as a groggy one change the way you play the game. In the corner you can now prop up you opponent on the top rope or put him in a tree of woe, as you could not before and the ring apron moves have slightly improved, but for the remainder of your in ring actions it’s status quo.

The only real problem with the game is that it’s dated; the game is missing a lot of current champions and members of the WWE roster. With no Nexus, Daniel Bryan, Kaval, Alberto Del Rio the game feels empty. Many other the superstars in the game are no longer on the active roster and were released by the company months before the game hit stores. I understand that superstars like Shad, MVP, Vance Archer and Luke Gallows were recently released, but Batista, Hurricane, and Finlay, are unnecessary.

Other than that the game is top notch and is highly recommended to any fan of the series.

TNA Wrestling: Greatest Moments DVD review

A monster of a man shrieking in pain as he is engulfed in flames was one of many moments covered on Total Non-Stop Action Wrestling’s latest DVD release, TNA Wrestling: Greatest Moments.

From 2007 to Hardcore Justice 2010, this DVD gives you more than three hours of the most exciting moments in TNA’s recent history. Starting with the arrival of The Immortal Hulk Hogan to TNA, and followed by his two matches in a tag team affair against Ric Flair and AJ Styles. The DVD not only features clips and highlights from TNA Impact!, but several moments from pay-per-view events as well.

Giant debuts from World Wrestling Entertainment, TNA stars capturing championship belts, the top 10 moments in TNA history voted by the fans, and much more is featured. Fans of Kurt Angle, Sting, Flair and Styles will appreciate the amount of exposure they all receive. Although Flair has only been in TNA for less than a year, he has clearly made important contributions towards enhancing TNA’s product to compete with WWE.

While the majority of the DVD focuses on the current TNA talent, TNA did acknowledge talent that is no longer with the company; giving absolute respect to Booker T’s debut, the introduction of The Band to TNA, and the one-year run of The Main Event Mafia. One of Mick Foley’s interview helps to understand the use of past talent when he talks about a building block to a much larger puzzle.

All of the interviews in the DVD are in kayfabe, honest or a mix of both. Angle stays in character, but does tell how one of his kids liked how he had all the TNA titles at once. Hogan, Dixie Carter, Eric Bischoff, and many others all have their own interviews made for the DVD, they also show past interviews from PPVs and Impact! as well.

This DVD is meant for fans that are not familiar with TNA and have missed out on the past three years. Not meant for you if you want complete matches. By the end of the DVD you should have a fair idea of the TNA product. However, if you miss one episode of TNA Impact! you will be completely lost.

TNA Wrestling: Greatest Moments

Rated: PG-13

Navarre Entertainment

Runtime of 180 minutes

Released on Oct. 19, 2010

$19.98

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WWE: Wrestling's Highest Flyers DVD review

Jimmy Snuka’s dive off the top of a cage, Jeff Hardy’s leap of faith at WrestleMania 2000, Evan Bourne nailing his Air Bourne maneuver, all just a small taste of a thrilling three-disc DVD set.

WWE: Wrestling’s Highest Flyers DVD takes a look at 20 superstars in the WWE video library that have dazzled, shocked, and innovated the WWE Universe with their aerial attacks. 27 matches are showcased on the three-disc set. The DVD features a great mix of WWE legends, alumni, current WWE high flyers and even former superstars that compete outside of WWE.

All 20 superstars get their own short bio package, some of them have segments showing a move with a camera strapped to their chest. The features on Steamboat, Pillman, Eddie Guerrero, all look similar to past clips shown on their own WWE documentaries, but the matches featured are not from their DVDs.

For Lucha Libre action, the six-man tag team match from WCW: Bash at the Beach 97 delivers an insane array of moves that you rarely see even in today’s Lucha Libre. Shelton Benjamin’s match is a great reminder that he had all the potential to be a main eventer in WWE.

For a compilation DVD set this is an excellent selection of the high flying wrestling style of North America, Japan and Mexico. While DVD collectors may already have Guerrero VS. Rey Mysterio from Halloween Havoc 97 and Edge & Christian VS. Hardy Boyz VS. Dudley Boyz from WrestleMania 2000, there are still plenty of matches to make this a worthy purchase.

WWE: Wrestling’s Highest Flyers

Rated: PG

Vivendi Entertainment

Run time of 540 minutes

Released on Oct. 12, 2010

$34.95

Click here to order the DVD

DISC ONE:

A Different Stratosphere

Ricky Steamboat
Ricky Steamboat vs. Brian Pillman
WCW Halloween Havoc October 25, 1992

Evan Bourne
Evan Bourne vs. Zack Ryder
WWE Superstars June 11, 2009

Sky-View with Evan Bourne

Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka
Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka vs. Samu
WWF at Madison Square Garden February 20, 1984

New Style

WCW Cruiserweights
Juventud Guerrera, Hector Garza, Lizmark Jr. vs. La Parka, Psychosis, Villano IV
WCW Bash at the Beach July 13, 1997

Shelton Benjamin
Gold Rush Tournament Match
Shawn Michaels vs. Shelton Benjamin
WWE RAW May 2, 2005

Ultimo Dragon
J-Crown Cruiserweight Championship Match
Ultimo Dragon vs. Rey Mysterio Jr.
WCW World War 3 November 24, 1996

Eddie Guerrero
ECW World Television Championship Match
Eddie Guerrero vs. Dean Malenko
ECW Hardcore TV July 21, 1995

Special Features:

Ultimo Dragon vs. Psychosis
WCW Uncensored March 16. 1997

Chavo Guerrero vs. Jamie Noble
WWE SmackDown April 18, 2008

Sky-Cam with Jamie Noble

Flight Turbulence

DISC TWO:

Degree of Difficulty

Chris Jericho
WCW Cruiserweight Championship Match
Chris Jericho vs. Ultimo Dragon
WCW Bash at the Beach July 13, 1997

1-2-3 Kid
1-2-3 Kid vs. Hakushi
WWF SummerSlam August 27, 1995

Sky-View with John Morrison

John Morrison
John Morrison vs. Tyson Kidd
WWE Superstars July 30, 2009

High Flying Duos

Tag Teams
WWF Tag Team Championship – Triangle Ladder Match
Hardy Boyz vs. Dudley Boyz vs. Edge / Christian
WWF WrestleMania 2000 April 2, 2000

Super Crazy
3-Way Dance
Tajiri vs. Super Crazy vs. Little Guido
ECW One Night Stand June 12, 2005

Brian Pillman
Brian Pillman vs. Alex Wright
WCW Great American Bash June 18, 1995

Great Muta
Great Muta vs. Sting
WCW Japan Supershow March 21, 1991

Rob Van Dam
WWF Hardcore Championship Match
Jerry Lynn vs. Rob Van Dam
WWF Sunday Night Heat August 5, 2001

Special Feature:

The Hardy Boyz vs. Kai En Tai
WWF Sunday Night Heat September 27, 1998

DISC THREE:

Shawn Michaels
WWF Championship Match
Shawn Michaels vs. Vader
WWF SummerSlam August 18, 1996

Flash Funk
ECW World Television Championship Match
2 Cold Scorpio vs. Sabu
ECW CyberSlam February 17, 1996

Sky-View with Kofi Kingston

Kofi Kingston
Intercontinental Championship Tournament Finals
Kofi Kingston vs. Christian
WWE SmackDown May 14, 2010

Aerodynamics

WWE Light Heavyweights
WWF Light Heavyweight Championship Match
Taka Michinoku vs. Pantera
WWF In Your House: No Way Out February 15, 1998

Lita
WWE Women’s Championship Match
Lita vs. Trish Stratus
RAW December 6, 2004

Sabu
ECW World Television Championship Match
Sabu vs. Rob Van Dam
ECW Guilty as Charged January 9, 2000

Jeff Hardy
Steel Cage Match
Jeff Hardy vs. Umaga
WWE RAW January 7, 2008

Rey Mysterio
WCW Cruiserweight Championship Match
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Eddie Guerrero
WCW Halloween Havoc October 26, 1997

Special Feature:

WCW Cruiserweight Championship Match
Juventud Guerrero vs. Billy Kidman
World War 3 November 22, 1998

WWE: Wrestling’s Highest Flyers DVD review

Jimmy Snuka’s dive off the top of a cage, Jeff Hardy’s leap of faith at WrestleMania 2000, Evan Bourne nailing his Air Bourne maneuver, all just a small taste of a thrilling three-disc DVD set.

WWE: Wrestling’s Highest Flyers DVD takes a look at 20 superstars in the WWE video library that have dazzled, shocked, and innovated the WWE Universe with their aerial attacks. 27 matches are showcased on the three-disc set. The DVD features a great mix of WWE legends, alumni, current WWE high flyers and even former superstars that compete outside of WWE.

All 20 superstars get their own short bio package, some of them have segments showing a move with a camera strapped to their chest. The features on Steamboat, Pillman, Eddie Guerrero, all look similar to past clips shown on their own WWE documentaries, but the matches featured are not from their DVDs.

For Lucha Libre action, the six-man tag team match from WCW: Bash at the Beach 97 delivers an insane array of moves that you rarely see even in today’s Lucha Libre. Shelton Benjamin’s match is a great reminder that he had all the potential to be a main eventer in WWE.

For a compilation DVD set this is an excellent selection of the high flying wrestling style of North America, Japan and Mexico. While DVD collectors may already have Guerrero VS. Rey Mysterio from Halloween Havoc 97 and Edge & Christian VS. Hardy Boyz VS. Dudley Boyz from WrestleMania 2000, there are still plenty of matches to make this a worthy purchase.

WWE: Wrestling’s Highest Flyers

Rated: PG

Vivendi Entertainment

Run time of 540 minutes

Released on Oct. 12, 2010

$34.95

Click here to order the DVD

DISC ONE:

A Different Stratosphere

Ricky Steamboat
Ricky Steamboat vs. Brian Pillman
WCW Halloween Havoc October 25, 1992

Evan Bourne
Evan Bourne vs. Zack Ryder
WWE Superstars June 11, 2009

Sky-View with Evan Bourne

Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka
Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka vs. Samu
WWF at Madison Square Garden February 20, 1984

New Style

WCW Cruiserweights
Juventud Guerrera, Hector Garza, Lizmark Jr. vs. La Parka, Psychosis, Villano IV
WCW Bash at the Beach July 13, 1997

Shelton Benjamin
Gold Rush Tournament Match
Shawn Michaels vs. Shelton Benjamin
WWE RAW May 2, 2005

Ultimo Dragon
J-Crown Cruiserweight Championship Match
Ultimo Dragon vs. Rey Mysterio Jr.
WCW World War 3 November 24, 1996

Eddie Guerrero
ECW World Television Championship Match
Eddie Guerrero vs. Dean Malenko
ECW Hardcore TV July 21, 1995

Special Features:

Ultimo Dragon vs. Psychosis
WCW Uncensored March 16. 1997

Chavo Guerrero vs. Jamie Noble
WWE SmackDown April 18, 2008

Sky-Cam with Jamie Noble

Flight Turbulence

DISC TWO:

Degree of Difficulty

Chris Jericho
WCW Cruiserweight Championship Match
Chris Jericho vs. Ultimo Dragon
WCW Bash at the Beach July 13, 1997

1-2-3 Kid
1-2-3 Kid vs. Hakushi
WWF SummerSlam August 27, 1995

Sky-View with John Morrison

John Morrison
John Morrison vs. Tyson Kidd
WWE Superstars July 30, 2009

High Flying Duos

Tag Teams
WWF Tag Team Championship – Triangle Ladder Match
Hardy Boyz vs. Dudley Boyz vs. Edge / Christian
WWF WrestleMania 2000 April 2, 2000

Super Crazy
3-Way Dance
Tajiri vs. Super Crazy vs. Little Guido
ECW One Night Stand June 12, 2005

Brian Pillman
Brian Pillman vs. Alex Wright
WCW Great American Bash June 18, 1995

Great Muta
Great Muta vs. Sting
WCW Japan Supershow March 21, 1991

Rob Van Dam
WWF Hardcore Championship Match
Jerry Lynn vs. Rob Van Dam
WWF Sunday Night Heat August 5, 2001

Special Feature:

The Hardy Boyz vs. Kai En Tai
WWF Sunday Night Heat September 27, 1998

DISC THREE:

Shawn Michaels
WWF Championship Match
Shawn Michaels vs. Vader
WWF SummerSlam August 18, 1996

Flash Funk
ECW World Television Championship Match
2 Cold Scorpio vs. Sabu
ECW CyberSlam February 17, 1996

Sky-View with Kofi Kingston

Kofi Kingston
Intercontinental Championship Tournament Finals
Kofi Kingston vs. Christian
WWE SmackDown May 14, 2010

Aerodynamics

WWE Light Heavyweights
WWF Light Heavyweight Championship Match
Taka Michinoku vs. Pantera
WWF In Your House: No Way Out February 15, 1998

Lita
WWE Women’s Championship Match
Lita vs. Trish Stratus
RAW December 6, 2004

Sabu
ECW World Television Championship Match
Sabu vs. Rob Van Dam
ECW Guilty as Charged January 9, 2000

Jeff Hardy
Steel Cage Match
Jeff Hardy vs. Umaga
WWE RAW January 7, 2008

Rey Mysterio
WCW Cruiserweight Championship Match
Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Eddie Guerrero
WCW Halloween Havoc October 26, 1997

Special Feature:

WCW Cruiserweight Championship Match
Juventud Guerrero vs. Billy Kidman
World War 3 November 22, 1998