WWE ECW Unreleased DVD

Following the release of the cover art and Blu-ray extras yesterday, today Joey Styles revealed the full line-up for “ECW Unreleased” via his Facebook account (Facebook.com/TheJoeyStyles).


This morning SilverVision.co.uk made available the full details of ECW: UNRELEASED Vol. 1 – Available for pre-order in UK and Europe here.


DISC 1

Welcome to the Land of Extreme

NWA World Championship Tournament Final
Shane Douglas vs. 2 Cold Scorpio
Hardcore TV – August 27, 1994

Tommy Dreamer vs. Raven
Hostile City Showdown – April 15, 1995

Mat Mastery

Dean Malenko & 2 Cold Scorpio vs. Eddie Guerrero & Tazmaniac
Heat Wave – July 15, 1995

ECW World Television Championship Match
Eddie Guerrero vs. Dean Malenko
Hardcore TV – July 28, 1995

The Hardcore Legend

Shane Douglas vs. Cactus Jack
CyberSlam – February 17th, 1996

ECW Unreleased Blu-ray 2012

DISC 2

Extreme Style

Tables and Ladders Match for the ECW World Tag Team Championship
Rob Van Dam & Sabu vs. The Eliminators
CyberSlam – February 22, 1997

A New National Audience

Sabu vs. Taz
ECW Barely Legal – April 13, 1997

ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Shane Douglas vs. Bam Bam Bigelow
November to Remember – November 30, 1997

ECW World Tag Team Championship Match
Sabu & Rob Van Dam vs. Hayabusa and Jensei Shinzaki
Heat Wave – August 2, 1998

Homegrown Talent

ECW World Television Championship Match
Rob Van Dam vs. Jerry Lynn
Hardcore TV – August 15, 1998

DISC 3

The Foundation of ECW

ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Shane Douglas vs. Taz
Guilty as Charged – January 10, 1999

Justin Credible & Lance Storm vs. Rob Van Dam & Jerry Lynn
Heat Wave – July 18, 1999

ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Mike Awesome vs. Masato Tanaka
November to Remember – November 7, 1999

Breaking Allegiances

ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Tazz vs. Tommy Dreamer
ECW Cyber Slam – April 22, 2000

ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match
Tommy Dreamer vs. Justin Credible
ECW Cyber Slam – April 22, 2000

Rhyno vs. The Sandman
Heat Wave – July 16, 2000

Replenishing the roster

ECW World Television Championship Match
Rhyno vs. Spike Dudley
Massacre on 34th Street – December 3, 2000

Three-Way Dance
Yoshihiro Tajiri & Mikey Whipwreck vs. Kid Kash & Super Crazy vs. The FBI
Guilty as Charged – January 7, 2001

Rey Mysterio vs. Psicosis

Closing the doors


BLU-RAY EXCLUSIVES

ECW World Heavyweight Championship Three-Way Dance
Terry Funk vs. Sabu vs. Shane Douglas
ECW The Night The Line Was Crossed – February 5, 1994

Tommy Dreamer vs. Jimmy Snuka
ECW The Night The Line Was Crossed – February 5, 1994


– ECW Unreleased Vol. 1 hits stores in the US on June 5, 2012 pre-order yours here.

– Fans in the UK and Europe can pre-order now for a June release by clicking here!

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  2. [...] looks like WWE have removed the Rey Mysterio vs. Psicosis match which appeared at the end of the original listing. Blu-ray extras remain [...]




  3. [...] Taz vs. Sabu. Would you believe it if I told you the first time this match was made available on home video to a mass audience was less than a month ago? I can’t blame you if you don’t. This was Hulk [...]

  4. U won't know says:



    You guys like ecw hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah

  5. taylor says:



    After hearing the news of this release, I was very excited. Being an original ECW fan since 1995 and like many others I waited every other month for the latest commercial release normally taped at the arena, to be delivered to me from Rob Butcher, along with the TV shows as we didn’t get the Hardcore TV shows until late 98.

    So when I heard the title “Unreleased”, I was looking forward to the listings coming out as I started thinking back about all the times that something which happened at the ECW arena show or wherever, be it a match or angle, that ended up being cut from the release. Even though I kept an open mind because I know how WWE can be sometimes as far as match selection etc on DVDs….

    But this is a real disappointment, as it seems the term “unreleased” in this case means “unreleased in WWE land”. Almost all of these matches have been available for years on one release or another on DVD, and no I don’t mean through anyone like RF.

    I had kept an open mind, and a realistic one….although like every longtime ECW fan, I automatically began dreaming of the full version of the Crucifixtion angle (not just 15 seconds either).

    I thought about many other things which had been under lock and key for all these years, but with a couple of exceptions….there’s nothing here which hasn’t been already released officially.

    Certainly nothing worth tolerating the always terrible WWE cuts. Although, anything is better than the shockingly bad Delta releases.

  6. Indyfan says:



    It seems like Highspots charges a lot for shipping to Canada. I was going to buy RVDs Tv title reign and it was going to cost me 20.00 to ship. That’s ridiculous. ROH and PWg and DG USA charge way way less than that

  7. Kub says:



    “ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match
    Mike Awesome vs. Masato Tanaka
    November to Remember – November 7, 1999″

    Yes.

  8. LP1 says:



    Honestly, if anyone wants real ECW DVD’s, go to RFVideo.com and you can buy pretty much every show in ECW history(including complete box sets of ECW Hardcore TV from 1993 on) completely uncensored(blood, cursing etc.) and with original theme music, not the generic music WWE dubs over. RFVideo is allowed to sell all of the old ECW stuff due to a pre-existing contract they had before WWE purchased the ECW assets.

    • Dave says:



      I read that RF Video sold their library to Highspots.com which is why they have all these new titles like History of the ECW Title, ECW on TNN set, Best of the Arena, etc.

      They just have to include the RF Video logos on them.

      Definitely recommend getting the DVDs from Highspots, unless you want to wait a month for RFVideo.com to ship them out. I ordered once in the past from there and it took 3 months to arrive; it took them 6 weeks to ship. Never again!

      I just get my ECW DVDs from Highspots; excellent service and fast shipping. I’m very tempted to get the complete ECW on TNN set, but it’s $225.

      I have several shows from 94-98, Raven vs. Sandman Feud and Best of the Arena and they’re awesome! loved the Raven/Sandman feud! Raven vs. Dreamer is next on my list.

  9. Anonymous says:



    ATTENTION ALL WWE FANS: You MUST get this set. All these matches are great with a few exceptions (Rhino/Spike was very short as was Sandman/Rhino). GET THE BLUE RAY SO YOU CAN EXPERIENCE THE GREATEST MULTI MAN MATCH OF ALL TIME, SHANE/TERRY/SABU FROM THE NIGHT THE LINE WAS CROSSED.

    • Lee Roy says:



      Why would you buy this DVD set most of them have on DVD already so “Unreleased” means only in WWE land.

  10. Anonymous says:



    …what’s the deal with the Rey listing?

  11. Charlie F says:



    I’m really digging this set. Loving the fact its an unreleased vol 1! they should do this with every fed or superstar, cant wait to see an unreleased Bret Hart dvd!

  12. Justin F says:



    Mysterio vs Psicosis could very well be the one from One Night Stand 2005…

    Or else why would it be listed after the 2001 match?

  13. G. Shire says:



    No date for the Rey Mysterio vs. Psicosis match?

  14. Anonymous says:



    even though we get one repeat match with taz vs shane douglas which can be found on ecw bloodsport,the matches look great. can’t wait to pick this up.

    • Harry Faversham says:



      The match on Bloodsport is not from Guilty As Charged 1999. But if the Sabu vs. Taz match is from Barely Legal that would be a repeat as they released the whole event. Not sure about any others.

    • Anonymous says:



      It’s not a repeat. The Bloodsport match was Taz vs. Shane from Hardcore TV a week after Guilty as Charged.
      The Bloodsport match was in the ECW Arena and Taz won by pinfall. The Guilty as Charged match was in Florida and Taz won by submission.

      • Harry Faversham says:



        Yeah the TV one is the rematch and the clip starts with Douglas asking Taz to give the fans an F’n world title match they could be proud of. I never saw the whole original TV thing but I guessed it was because there was a lot of interference and Francine’s clothes fell off a bit in the Guilty As Charged Match. I think both were pretty good. I had the original Delta DVD when it first came out and I believe that RVD vs. Lance Storm was the match of the night, an unbleievable match that I can’t believe they didnt put on here. But I’m sure this batch will be good.

  15. Dave says:



    @ StevenJackson

    Styles did say it will original ECW footage from 94-01, so ONS 2005 is considered WWECW.

    I think they must have had a forgotten classic we don’t know about.

    • Anonymous says:



      I don’t think you can consider ONS 2005 to be WWECW. It was a reunion show of the original ECW that happened to be produced by WWE. It had nothing to do with the eventual WWECW

  16. indyfan says:



    I was wondering the same thing Steven. I was under the impression that all their matches in ECW were already released

  17. StevenJackson says:



    Marked out for this set evenmore now I know all the matches and where they are from =D But the Rey Mysterio vs. Psicosis intrigues me? To my knowledge they had 3 matches in ECW (which have already been released on various DVDs by WWE). This is one of three things. A-An Error. B-Their 2005 ECW One Night Stand match. C-A forgotten classic from ECW not seen in years? What does everyone think?

  18. Harry Faversham says:



    Silvervision’s match listing says ‘contents tbc’.

  19. indyfan says:



    @James

    Maybe the matches fill up the time constraints for the dvd. If 5 matches are approx 30 each(including intro from Styles).. that is 2 and half hours. That is what WWE usually has per disc.

  20. NWO 4 Life says:



    I wasn’t a big ECW fan but I did love Elektra’s sexy body.

  21. American Dragon says:



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  22. Marty says:



    Great listing!

    I know people will be quick to point out that Taz-Sabu from Barely Legal got released along with the rest of the show with ONS ’06, but I don’t believe it ever got released with other compilations they’ve done. So in that case, it would qualify for this set.

    I thought the RVD/Sabu-Eliminators match was on the RVD set. But no, that was the Crossing The Line match, this is the Cyberslam one.

    Still no date for Rey-Psicosis. Has me really curious.

  23. SRB says:



    ECW World Tag Team Championship Match
    Sabu & Rob Van Dam vs. Hayabusa and Jensei Shinzaki
    ECW Heatwave – August 2, 1998

    Thats all you need to know right there

  24. DrFever says:



    Not knowing dates/events some of these are from, some will not really be “unreleased”. I have all of the ECW DVDs from when ECW was around so that takes care of Sabu/RVD v. Haya/Jen, perhaps the Dean v. Eddie, and the RVD/Sabu v Elims might be the same on the RVD DVD.

    BUT WITH THAT SAID….
    Tommy Dreamer v. Taz, Cyberslam, in full = I’m buying it. I was there that night and it was wonderful to see.

    • Anonymous says:



      I believe when they are saying “unreleased”, WWE means that they have never released these matches. They aren’t counting the original ECW DVD releases.

  25. Avatar of Joe Israel Joe Israel says:



    This match listing has me even more excited for this DVD than I already was. I NEVER thought I would see a Hayabusa match on a WWE DVD. If you’ve never seen him in a match, you are in for a treat.

  26. Fer says:



    Awesome vs. Tanaka, it doesn’t really get better than that in wrestling

  27. Anonymous says:



    That Blu-Ray Extra of The Night The Line was crossed just sold this set too me,also nice too see some Cyberslam 2000 footage included as it never got a UK Delta Release.:)

  28. Vincenzzzzzo says:



    Awesome release. I’m looking forward to the Dean Malenko vs Eddie Guerrero match the most. I think I just saw clips, but never the entire match. All the other matches are great too. Can’t wait.

  29. james says:



    Very good listing, but man does it seem thin. Only 5 matches each on the first two discs? You would think they could throw a lot more on here to fill up disc space.

    • SRB says:



      I agree. While Yes some of the matches are a decent length you’ve got to expect WWE cutting corners once again. Even on a fantastic release like this it shows WWE still doesn’t have it fully understood that mistakes are very obvious.

      • Anonymous says:



        I don’t know how you guys keep complaining about this and say its a mistake on WWE’s part.
        3 disc DVDs = 2 Disc Blu-Rays
        The first two DVD discs total up to 4.5hours which equals Blu-Ray disc 1.
        And then Blu-Ray disc 2 is the 3 hours of DVD Disc 3 and over an hour of Blu-Ray Exclusive Extras.
        This is how its been for awhile and this is how it seems its going to stay.

        • SRB says:



          The complaint lyes with the fact that DVDs no longer are packed with footage. 1 disc blu-ray is not 4 1/2 hours. Remember when 3 hour pay per views were released as well as 2 hour raws and even additional segments and interviews? That was 1 blu ray disc. over 5 hours on 1 disc, easy.

          “And then Blu-Ray disc 2 is the 3 hours of DVD Disc 3 and over an hour of Blu-Ray Exclusive Extras.” WWE has not released a 3 hour disc in a long time.

  30. Dakota T. says:



    Are all of these Extreme Rules?

  31. Matt says:



    I’m thinking/hoping that the Credible/Dreamer match is the one from Cyber Slam immediately following Dreamer’s match with Taz. At any rate this set is definitely a must have.

  32. Daniel says:



    Wow just wow! I can’t wait to get this ECW LIVES!

  33. Indyfan says:



    OH MY GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  34. nightmare says:



    I am kind of Shocked there was no Dudley Boys on here

  35. Austin says:



    Taz vs. Sabu was already released when they released the event with One Night Stand 2.

  36. StevenJackson says:



    I’m very impressed with this release. One of my matches I wanted is on this set RVD and Sabu vs. Jinsei Shinzaki and Hayabusa. Plus Masato Tanaka vs. Mike Awesome, PLUS Dean Malenko vs. Eddy Guerrero and Rey Mysterio vs. Psicosis (eventhough I think I have all their matches already). It is a pre-order for sure.

  37. Rocko says:



    I was skeptical as to just how many matches would be included, especially when they announced this will be a series. And I’m very happy they proved me wrong. This just became a release day purchase for me. I just hope the future volumes can be as strong as this one.

  38. ElectrifyingStun says:



    The matches here look pretty good and they even have the Triple Threat Championship ECW Championship match from The Night the Line was Crossed 1997.

    • KEN SHAMROCK says:



      @Electrifying Stun, no they don’t. They just have the one from 1994. Why are most of the matches on this listing missing the dates/events?

      • straightedge47 says:



        They’re probably missing because Joey doesn’t know the dates for the none PPV matches. When silvervision release the content they’ll have the dates listed.

        • KEN SHAMROCK says:



          @straightedge47 Dude, most of the matches from 97 on HAPPENED on PPV. Look at the ones missing dates

          ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match (Happened on multiple occasions)
          Shane Douglas vs. Bam Bam Bigelow

          ECW World Television Championship Match (Happened on three different PPVs AND TV)
          Rob Van Dam vs. Jerry Lynn

          DISC 3

          ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match (Happened on PPV and TV)
          Shane Douglas vs. Taz

          ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match (Several TNN matches and two PPV matches)
          Mike Awesome vs. Masato Tanaka

          Justin Credible & Lance Storm vs. Rob Van Dam & Jerry Lynn

          ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match (Happened on TNN AND at least one PPV)
          Tommy Dreamer vs. Justin Credible

          Rhyno vs. The Sandman (Happened on TNN AND at least one PPV)

          ECW World Television Championship Match
          Rhyno vs. Spike Dudley (Happened on TNN AND Massacre on 34th Street)

          ECW World Tag Team Championship Three-Way Dance
          Yoshihiro Tajiri & Mikey Whipwreck vs. Kid Kash & Super Crazy vs. The FBI (Guilty as Charged 2001)

          Almost ALL OF THEM WERE ON PPV. Also, I noted above that the Unholy alliance/Kash & Crazy/FBI match was from Guilty as Charged 2001 because that’s the only show that match happened on.

        • KEN SHAMROCK says:



          My point is that Joey is super knowledgeable when it comes to ECW. He remembers the dates of practically every big match he ever saw, so either he doesn’t know which matches he’s going to be introing (since they all happened multiple times except for the Guilty as Charged 2001 Three Way Tag), or he’s not allowed to name the date.

      • Avatar of Mark D Mark D says:



        Joey didn’t add events/dates for any matches (other than Barley Legal) so I added the ones which I could categorically say (which is why most don’t have them as the match happened a few times, as you’ve wrote). When we have the full and final details you’ll see it up on the site.

        • Anonymous says:



          Maybe put a note in the article that it’s just an educated guess on your part? That way there’s no confusion when the official dates come out and people claim that this site was wrong.

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