WWE DVD Releases And Results – 2015

Signature Sounds: The Music of WWE (1/6/15)

TLC 2014 (1/13/15)

The Best of Raw & Smackdown 2014 (2/3/15)

Slam City: Season 1 (2/10/15)

Destruction of the Shield (2/17/15)

Royal Rumble 2015 (2/24/15)

The Road is Jericho: Epic Stories & Rare Matches from Y2J (3/10/15)

The Ultimate Warrior: Always Believe (4/14/15)

Fast Lane 2015 (4/21/15)

ECW Unreleased: Vol. 3 (4/28/15)

WrestleMania 31 (5/5/15)

The Flinstones & WWE Stone Age Smackdown (5/19/15)

It’s Good to be King: The Jerry Lawler Story (5/19/15)

Extreme Rules 2015 (5/26/15)

Daniel Bryan: Just Say Yes! Yes! Yes! (6/2/15)

Payback 2015 (6/16/15)

Monday Night War: Vol. 1 – Shots Fired (7/7/15)

Money in the Bank 2015 (7/14/15)

The Kliq Rules (7/28/15)
– The Kid pinned Razor Ramon at 2:12 with a moonsault off the top onto a standing Razor after Razor missed a charge and hit his head on the ringpost; after the bout, the Kid celebrated and ran backstage as Razor argued with the commentary team that he was cheated (5/17/93; New York City, NY)
– Razor Ramon fought the 1-2-3 Kid to a no contest at 5:14 when the Kid grabbed the $10,000 Razor put up to get the rematch and escaped in a waiting car outside the arena (6/21/93; Poughkeepsie, NY)
– WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Diesel via disqualification in a non-title match when Shawn Michaels interfered as Diesel was set up for the Razor’s Edge; after the bout, Michaels attempted to hit a piledriver onto Razor’s title belt before the 1-2-3 Kid made the save (11/29/93; White Plains, NY)
– The 1-2-3 Kid fought Shawn Michaels to a no contest at around the 15-minute mark after Razor Ramon pulled Kid from the ring and chased Michaels around the ring after Michaels twice dropped the Kid with the Razor’s Edge but refused to make a cover; after the bout, Razor stalked Michaels up the aisle, with Diesel punching Razor from the curtain; moments later, Michaels twice dropped Ramon with the Razor’s Edge by the entrance before referees and agents sent him backstage (11/29/93; White Plains, NY)
– WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon & the 1-2-3 Kid (sub. for Marty Jannetty) defeated WWF Tag Team Champions the Quebecers (w/ Johnny Polo) via disqualification when Shawn Michaels interfered after Razor hit the Razor’s Edge on Pierre (2/21/94; Poughkeepsie, NY)
– WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon defeated Shawn Michaels in a ladder match at 18:49 after Michaels had his foot and later his arm entangled in the ring ropes; Diesel was in the challenger’s corner for the early moments of the bout but was sent backstage after attacking Razor on the floor; (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Pro Wrestling Illustrated, and Pro Wrestling Torch) (the first televised WWF ladder match) (WrestleMania X – 3/20/94; Madison Square Garden)
– Diesel (w/ Shawn Michaels) pinned WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon to win the title at 5:43 with the powerbomb after Razor hit the corner back-first once Michaels had removed the protective padding from the turnbuckle (4/13/94; Rochester, NY)
– WWF Tag Team Champions Shawn Michaels & Diesel defeated the 1-2-3 Kid & WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon at around 22:02 when Michaels pinned the Kid with a roll up after the challenger ran into a boot to the face from Diesel, who was on the ring apron; Michaels worked the majority of the match by himself after accidentally hitting the superkick on his partner and knocking Diesel out cold (9/28/94; White Plains, NY)
– WWF IC Champion Razor Ramon, the 1-2-3 Kid, Davey Boy Smith, Fatu & Sionne (w/ Afa & Capt. Lou Albano) defeated Owen Hart, Jim Neidhart, Jeff Jarrett, WWF Tag Team Champions Shawn Michaels & Diesel in an elimination match at around 21:40; Diesel pinned Fatu with a clothesline and the powerbomb at 13:30; Diesel pinned the Kid with one foot on his chest after hitting a choke throw and the powerbomb at 14:13; Diesel pinned Sionne by blocking a backdrop attempt and hitting the powerbomb at 14:44; Smith was counted-out at 15:02 following a boot to the face by Diesel, with Jarrett, Owen, and Neidhart preventing him from returning to the ring; the entire team was counted-out when, after Michaels accidentally hit a superkick on Diesel, Diesel stalked Michaels backstage while at the same time fighting off his teammates who tried to intervene; prior to the bout, it was noted Razor would join Lex Luger, the Undertaker, Paul Bearer, Doink & Dink the Clown would be part of the following day’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade; after the bout, Razor used his title belt to keep Jarrett, Hart, & Neidhart from the ring; moments later, Todd Pettingill conducted a backstage interview with Michaels as Michaels took his bag and walked out of the arena, saying he was done with Diesel; moments later, as the two received word Diesel was on his way, Michaels sped out of the parking lot (Survivor Series 94 – 11/23/94; San Antonio, TX)
The Kliq Rules

The Very Best of WCW Monday Nitro Vol. 3 (8/11/15)
– Lex Luger defeated Randy Savage via KO with the Torture Rack at around the 10-minute mark when, after Luger and referee Randy Anderson were knocked down, the Giant interfered and dropped Savage with the chokeslam; prior to the bout, footage aired of Luger and Savage’s recent altercations and both men being laid out by the Giant the previous week; stipulations stated Luger would have to leave WCW if he lost (10/2/95; Denver, CO)
– Eddie Guerrero fought WCW TV Champion Johnny B. Badd to a 10-minute time-limit draw at 9:03; after the bout, the two men shoved each other before eventually shaking hands (11/6/95; Jacksonville, FL)
– Sting defeated Diamond Dallas Page via submission with the Scorpion Deathlock at 6:20 after avoiding a back suplex attempt (1/8/96; Charleston, SC)
– Randy Savage pinned WCW World Champion Ric Flair (w/ Jimmy Hart) to win the title at 8:35 with the flying elbowsmash after Arn Anderson appeared and accidentally hit the champion with a pair of brass knuckles, with Hulk Hogan then appearing, pulling Anderson off the apron, and fighting with him as Savage scored the pin; prior to the bout, Gene Okerlund conducted an interview with Savage in the aisle in which Hogan interrupted and said if Savage won the title then he wanted the first shot; during the ring entrances, it was announced Elizabeth and Kevin Greene would be in Hogan & Savage’s corner the following night at the Clash of the Champions; during the match, it was announced the Road Warriors would return to WCW by also appearing at the Clash; prior to the contest, Savage was escorted to the ring by several women, including Woman, Linda Bollea, Debra McMichael, and others; early in the bout, Flair attempted to dance with Woman at ringside until she slapped him across the face; of the women in Savage’s corner, only Woman was referred to by name; after the contest, Okerlund conducted an in-ring interview with Savage and Hogan in which Hogan again challenged Savage to a title shot; Savage said that would have to be decided by WCW President Nick Bockwinkel but then said he wanted the match at Caesar’s Palace; Hogan was booed during the segment (Woman’s surprise return after a 5-year absence) (1/22/96; Las Vegas, NV)
– Sister Sherri pinned Madusa at 1:48 by reversing a bodyslam off the top into a cradle; prior to the bout, Okerlund attempted an in-ring interview with Sherri regarding Madusa ruining her wedding at the Clash of the Champions until Madusa attacked Sherri from behind; after the contest, Madusa knocked Sherri out with a back suplex and continued to assault her until referees forced her away; during the attack, Eric Bischoff said Madusa could have stayed in the WWF and been successful in the men’s division (Madusa’s in-ring return after a 4-year absence) (1/29/96; Canton, OH)
– Sting fought Rick Steiner (w/ Scott Steiner) to a no contest at around the one minute mark when Sting took his baseball bat and shoved Rick in the chest with it, then dropping the bat and turning around; when Rick went to hit Sting with the weapon, Scott stepped in his way; moments later, Sting took the bat, approached Bischoff, Hall & Nash at the commentary table, and pointed it at them before eventually leaving through the crowd (12/2/96; Dayton, OH)
– Lex Luger defeated WCW Tag Team Champion Kevin Nash (w/ WCW Cruiserweight Champion Syxx, Scott NOrton, Michael Wallstreet, Vincent, Buff Bagwell, nWo Sting, & Ted Dibiase) via disqualification at 4:06 when the nWo interfered after Luger knocked Nash to the mat; after the bout, DDP attempted to make the save but was beaten down as well; moments later, the Giant came out, with Sting following moments later and tossing baseball bats to Luger, DDP, and the Giant as they surrounded the ring; Sting then dropped Nash with his bat, with the nWo escaping to the floor (4/14/97; Philadelphia, PA)
– The Giant & Diamond Dallas Page defeated WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan & Randy Savage via disqualification (5/5/97; Lakeland, FL)
– WCW Cruiserweight Champion Chris Jericho defeated Juventud Guerrera via submission with the Liontamer at 6:48 after a hurricanrana off the top; prior to the bout, it was announced Jericho won the title two days before at the Great Western Forum during WCW’s Saturday Nitro Internet audio broadcast (6/30/97; Las Vegas, NV)
– Scott Steiner defeated Randy Savage via disqualification when WCW Tag Team Champions Scott Hall & Kevin Nash interfered (7/28/97; Charleston, WV)
– Lex Luger & Diamond Dallas Page defeated WCW Tag Team Champions Scott Hall & Kevin Nash via disqualification (8/18/97; Birmingham, AL)
– Diamond Dallas Page pinned Stevie Richards with a fireman’s carry into the Diamond Cutter at 3:37; prior to the bout, Kimberly escorted DDP to the aisle; after the contest, Raven jumped the rail, had a staredown with Page before Page left the ring, slapped Richards, and kicked him out of the ring before then leaving through the crowd (9/15/97; Charlotte, NC)
– Booker T pinned Bret Hart by blocking a sunset flip attempt (2/22/99; Sacramento, CA)
– Ric Flair fought Bill Goldberg to a no contest (3/8/99; Worcester, MA)
– Hulk Hogan pinned Diamond Dallas Page at 9:00 with the legdrop and then knocking out referee Charles Robinson, with referee Mickey Jay then making the count; mid-way through the bout, WCW World Champion Ric Flair appeared ringside; late in the match, Flair interfered, hit Page with a botched chair shot, and was knocked to the floor by Hogan; Hogan then knocked out Robinson when he refused to make the count (3/29/99; Toronto, Ontario)
– Sting defeated Randy Savage (w/ Gorgeous George, Madusa, & Miss Madness) via disqualification at around the 4-minute mark after interference from the women; Madusa was knocked down moments later when Savage pulled her in the way of a Stinger Splash; moments later, Rick Steiner & WCW US Champion Scott Steiner ran out and attacked Sting, with Lex Luger eventually making the save with a baseball bat (6/7/99; Cleveland, OH)
– Hak fought WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner to a no contest (6/14/99; Washington DC)
– Kevin Nash & Sid Vicious defeated WCW World Champion Hulk Hogan & Sting (7/26/99; Memphis, TN)
– Mona defeated Madusa in an evening gown match (10/18/99; Philadelphia, PA)
– WCW World Champion Sting defeated Bret Hart after Lex Luger interfered and hit Hart in the leg with his baseball bat as Elizabeth distracted the referee on the ring apron (10/18/99; Philadelphia, PA)
– Scott Hall defeated WCW US Champion Bret Hart, Bill Goldberg, and Sid Vicious in a ladder match to win the title at around the 5-minute mark; Nash and Vicious began the bout, with Hart and Goldberg coming out moments later; it was revealed about a minute into the match that Kevin Nash was the guest referee for the contest as Nash brought out the ladder to be used in the match; at the 4-minute mark, WCW TV Champion Rick Steiner came out and hit Vicious with a bulldog off the top; moments later, Hart grabbed the title belt but Nash knocked him off and took possession of the title belt; Hall then climbed up the ladder and fell off after taking the belt from Nash; after the contest, Goldberg tended to Hart (11/8/99; Indianapolis, IN)
– WCW World Champion Bret Hart defeated Jeff Jarrett (11/22/99; Auburn Hills, MI)
– Sting & Vampiro defeated Lex Luger & Ric Flair at 5:28 when Sting pinned Luger on the beach after a piledriver in the ocean (3/27/00; South Padre Island, TX)
– WCW World Champion Booker T defeated Mike Awesome (7/10/00; Jacksonville, FL)
– WCW World Tag Team Champions Sean O’Haire & Mark Jindrak defeated Shannon Moore & Shane Helms and the Jung Dragons (11/6/00; Chicago, IL)
– Booker T & Diamond Dallas Page defeated WCW World Champion Scott Steiner & WCW US Champion Rick Steiner (3/5/01; Greenville, SC)

Battleground 2015 (8/18/15)

Monday Night War: Vol. 2 (9/8/15)

Summer Slam 2015 (9/22/15)

Sting: Into the Light (10/13/15)
– The Freedom Fighters vs. David Johnson & the Invader (11/85)
– The Blade Runners vs. Tracey Smothers & Ricky Gibson (11/2/86)
– Sting & Rick Steiner vs. Brad Armstrong & Tim Horner (5/29/87)
– Sting fought NWA World Champion Ric Flair (w/ JJ Dillon) to a 45-minute time-limit draw at 39:14; during the bout, Dillon was suspended above the ring in a shark cage; Sandy Scott, Gary Juster, and 1988 Penthouse Pet of the Year Patty Mullen served as judges for the match, with Scott ruling it a draw, Juster voting for Sting, and Mullen voting for Flair; Jason Hervey, of “The Wonder Years,” and Ken Osmond, Eddie Haskel of “The New Leave it to Beaver,” sat ringside with the judges (voted Match of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter) (Clash of the Champions – 3/27/88; Greensboro, NC)
– The Great Muta pinned Sting with a reverse crossbody off the top after spraying green mist into Sting’s face; during the bout, several wrestlers representing both WCW and NJPW – including Brian Pillman, Rick Steiner, Tim Horner, Tom Zenk, Kensuke Sasaki, and Masahiro Chono – surrounded the ring; after the match, Sting hit a Stinger Splash on Muta and locked him in the Scorpion Death Lock (3/21/91; Tokyo, Japan)
– WCW Tag Team Champions Rick & Scott Steiner defeated Sting & WCW US Champion Lex Luger at 11:10 when Scott pinned Sting after Nikita Koloff interfered as referee Randy Anderson was knocked down on the floor and attempted to hit Luger with the Russian Sickle, a chain wrapped around his arm, but hit Sting instead and busted him open when Sting shoved Luger out of the way; after the match, the Steiners and Luger tended to Sting as Tony Schiavone conducted a backstage interview with Koloff about his actions, with Koloff saying Sting was in the wrong place at the wrong time; moments later, Sting jumped Koloff with the two men then brawling outside the arena until Sting grabbed hold of a chair (WCW SuperBrawl – 5/19/91; St. Petersburg, FL)
– WCW US Champion Sting defeated Cactus Jack in a submit or surrender match at 12:57 when the referee stopped the match as Cactus, knocked out, was caught in the Scorpion Deathlock outside the ring; Sting came out with the title belt and was announced as champion; by the time the match aired, he had lost the title; moments earlier in the match, Sting knocked Cactus to the floor, with Cactus landing with his head on the concrete (11/23/91)
King of Cable Semi-Finals: Sting defeated WCW US Champion Rick Rude in a non-title match via judge’s decision after the 20-minute time-limit expired; judges for the bout included Ole Anderson, Hiro Matsuda, & Larry Zbyzsko; Sting applied the Scorpion Deathlock just as the bell rang to signal the time-limit; Matsuda gave the match to Sting, Zbyzsko gave the match to Rude, and Anderson gave it to Sting; after the decision, Rude attempted to attack Sting from behind but Sting cleared him from the ring (Clash of the Champions 21 – 11/18/92; Macon, GA)
– Sting (sub. for Rick Rude) pinned Vader (w/ Harley Race) at 13:54 with a splash off the top after Race accidentally hit a diving headbutt on Vader; during the match, some in the crowd chanted “Sting must die;” stipulations stated the winner would win the vacant WCW International World Title (WCW Slamboree 94 – 5/22/94; Philadelphia, PA)
– Sting pinned Steve Austin (w/ Col. Rob Parker) at 12:59 with an Oklahoma side roll following a backdrop (3/22/95; Center Stage Theatre)
– Hulk Hogan (w/ Randy Savage, his left arm in a sling) fought Sting to a no contest at 9:31 when, as Sting had Hogan in the Scorpion Deathlock after Hogan missed the legdrop, Kevin Sullivan, Meng, Zodiak, Shark, & Hugh Morrus attacked both men and Savage; the bout began with Hogan, wearing a black mask, coming through the crowd and coming up behind Sting; after the contest, Hogan and Sting fought off the Dungeon of Doom until the Giant, with Jimmy Hart, came ringside; Savage hit the Giant with a steel chair but the Giant dropped Savage with a chokeslam moments later; Hogan and Sting then sent the Giant to the floor with the chair (11/20/95; Macon, GA)
– WCW Tag Team Champion Sting pinned WCW Tag Team Champion the Giant with a reversal into the reverse DDT at 6:41; stipulations stated the winner would be able to pick his own tag team partner to share the championship with; prior to the bout, the Giant came ringside smoking a cigarette; Sting twice hit the reverse DDT in the match but Giant kicked out of both pin attempts; after the contest, Sting left ringside with both title belts (WCW Great American Bash – 6/14/98; Baltimore, MD)
– WCW World Champion Bill Goldberg pinned Sting with the spear and Jackhammer at 8:08 after Hulk Hogan came out and, behind the referee’s back, kicked the challenger as Goldberg was in the Scorpion Deathlock; Diamond Dallas Page provided guest commentary for the bout; after the contest, WCW US Champion Bret Hart came out and cleared Hogan from the ring; moments later, Hart and Goldberg tended to Sting (9/14/98; Greenville, SC)
– Sting pinned WCW World Champion Diamond Dallas Page to win the title at 19:57 by holding onto the ring ropes to block the Diamond Cutter and then hitting the Scorpion Deathdrop (4/26/99; Fargo, ND)
– WCW World Champion Sting defeated Bret Hart after Lex Luger interfered and hit Hart in the leg with his baseball bat as Elizabeth distracted the referee on the ring apron (10/18/99; Philadelphia, PA)
– Triple H pinned Sting (WrestleMania 31 – 3/29/15; Santa Clara, CA)

Ring in the Holiday (11/10/15)

The Undertaker: The Streak RIP Edition 21-1 (11/17/15)

Owen Hart: Hart of Gold (12/8/15) – Owen Hart vs. Viet Cong Express #1 (12/5/86)
– Owen Hart vs. Makhan Singh (5/88)
– The Blue Blazer pinned George South at 2:02 with a moonsault off the top (Blazer’s TV debut) (8/24/88; Hartford, CT)
– Mr. Perfect pinned the Blue Blazer with the Perfect Plex at 10:59 (5/8/89; Meadowlands)
– Owen Hart defeated Mark Kyle (3/12/91; Center Stage Theatre)
– Owen Hart defeated WWF IC Champion Shawn Michaels (w/ Diesel) via disqualification at 7:15 when Diesel tripped Owen from the outside; after the bout, Hart was double teamed by Michaels and Diesel (7/25/93; Alexandria Bay, NY)
– Owen Hart pinned Bret Hart by blocking an attempted victory roll at 20:21; after the bout, Todd Pettengill conducted a backstage interview with Owen regarding his victory, with Owen bragging that he was now the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be; Owen went on to say Bret had no chance in his WWF World Title match later in the show; Bill Dunn was the ring announcer for the bout (WrestleMania X – 3/20/94; Madison Square Garden)
KOTR Finals: Owen Hart pinned Razor Ramon at 6:35 with a elbow drop off the top after Jim Neidhart attacked Razor at ringside, hitting a clothesline and sending him into the steel ring post; during the post-match coronation, Owen proclaimed himself the King of Harts (King of the Ring 94 – 6/19/94; Baltimore, MD)
– WWF World Champion Bret Hart pinned Owen Hart in a lumberjack match at 13:50 with a roll up after the challenger collided with Jim Neidhart on the ring apron; lumberjacks included: Neidhart, 1-2-3 Kid, Jeff Jarrett, Billy & Bart Gunn, WWF Tag Team Champions the Headshrinkers, Tom Prichard & Jimmy Del Ray, Kwang, and Well Dunn; the challenger originally won the match and title at 3:06 after Neidhart interfered as Owen was caught in the Sharpshooter and clotheslined the champion – however several of the lumberjacks and other officials had the finish replayed on the big screen so the referee could see what had happened and the match was ordered to continue (8/17/94; Portland, ME)
– Owen Hart defeated Nick Barberri via submission at 2:19 with the Sharpshooter; after the bout, Todd Pettengill interviewed Owen, who claimed he would capture the WWF Tag Team Titles at WrestleMania and do everything his brother Bret did, but better, until Lex Luger & Davey Boy Smith chased him from the ring (3/28/95; Times Square, New York City)
– WWF Tag Team Champions Owen Hart & Yokozuna (w/ Mr. Fuji & Jim Cornette) defeated Lex Luger & Davey Boy Smith at 10:54 when Yoko pinned Luger following a double axe handle off the top by Owen behind the referee’s back after Yoko sustained a double back suplex from the challengers (In Your House 2 – 7/23/95; Nashville, TN)
– Shawn Michaels pinned Owen Hart (w/ Jim Cornette) with the superkick at 15:57 after avoiding the enziguri; Michaels’ world title shot at WrestleMania XII was on the line in this bout (In Your House 6 – 2/18/96; Louisville, KY)
– Mankind pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart with a piledriver after Owen hit the turnbuckle (12/30/96; Albany, NY)
WWF European Title Tournament Finals: WWF Tag Team Champion Davey Boy Smith pinned WWF Tag Team Champion Owen Hart with a roll over out of a victory roll at 22:43 to win the title (2/26/97; Berlin, Germany)
– Owen Hart pinned WWF IC Champion Rocky Maivia with a leg backslide at 8:26 to win the title; prior to the bout, Owen dedicated the match to his injured brother Bret who, along with Davey Boy Smith, watched the match from the stage (4/28/97; Omaha, NE)
– Bret Hart, WWF IC Champion Owen Hart, WWF European Champion Davey Boy Smith, Jim Neidhart, & Brian Pillman defeated Steve Austin, Goldust, Ken Shamrock, & the Legion of Doom at 24:30 when Owen pinned Austin with a roll up as Austin was distracted by several of the Hart brothers at ringside; Owen was taken out of the match early on after Austin attacked his knee with a chair; Austin was taken out of the bout moments later after a ring post figure-4 by Bret; both men returned towards the end of the contest; after the match, Austin was handcuffed and led from ringside while the entire Hart Family celebrated inside the ring (In Your House: Canadian Stampede – 7/6/97; Calgary, Alberta)
– Owen Hart defeated TAFKA Goludust (w/ Luna) (sub. for WWF European Champion Hunter Hearst Helmsley) via submission with the Sharpshooter at around the 7-minute mark after avoiding the Pedigree; Goldust came to the ring dressed as the champion while Luna was dressed as Chyna; after the bout, WWF World Champion Shawn Michaels, Triple H, & Chyna appeared on the Titantron, proud of getting out of the title defense, until Sgt. Slaughter came out and ruled that Hart’s victory over Triple H’s stand-in would constitute the title changing hands; upon the announcement, Triple H began throwing chairs backstage and said he would get payback on Hart (1/20/98; Davis, CA)
– Owen Hart defeated Ken Shamrock in the Dungeon match at 4:53 with a crossface after using a hand weight as a weapon; Dan Severn was the special referee and the bout took place in the Stu Hart Dungeon in Calgary, Alberta (Fully Loaded 98 – 7/26/98)
– Owen Hart pinned Edge at 9:17 with a reverse sunset flip after Edge became distracted by someone who came out of the crowd; after the bout, Edge went into the crowd to follow the unknown man (Christian’s surprise TV debut) (Breakdown – 9/27/98; Hamilton, Ontario)