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WWE releases “War Games – WCW’s Most Notorious Matches” on DVD and Blu-ray in just 2 weeks, so it’s that time again for an exclusive pre-release sneak peek!

Enjoy these first look photos sent in by WDN reader Hasan from Bahrain, and don’t forget to pre-order your copy of War Games by clicking here.

 
WWE War Games WCW's Most Notorious Matches DVD

WWE War Games WCW's Most Notorious Matches DVD

 

For decades, WWE Superstars have sworn allegiances at Survivor Series, confronted the chaos of the Royal Rumble, and braved the harsh steel of Hell in a Cell. But before this, there was only one match designed to wreak the ultimate havoc on all who cared to enter WCW’s most infamous innovation – WAR GAMES!

Now for the first time on DVD, own all the greatest battles from inside the multi-caged combat zone. The mind behind the mayhem, WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes, takes you inside his most famous creation, presenting punishing matches featuring Ric Flair and The Four Horsemen, Sting, the nWo, Lex Luger, The Road Warriors and many more.

 

Match Listing for War Games: WCW’s Most Notorious Matches DVD/Blu-ray

WWE War Games WCW's Most Notorious Matches DVD

WWE War Games WCW's Most Notorious Matches DVD

 

   

US Release Date: June 25th. Pre-order now.

Canada Release Date: June 25th. Pre-order now.

UK/Europe Release Date: July 1st. Pre-order now.

Australia Release Date: July 3rd. Pre-order now



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  1. […] the pay-per-view that relies on gimmick matches, is coming. Evolution appears to be reforming. WWE put out a DVD celebrating War Games last […]




  2. […] the pay-per-view that relies on gimmick matches, is coming. Evolution appears to be reforming. WWE put out a DVD celebrating War Games last […]




  3. Bought the DVD at WWE’s Money In The Bank Pay-Per-View event for $20.

  4. zep81 says:



    Are any matches edited on the War Games DVD (apart from the commentary on the 1992 one)?

  5. Jeff Copeland says:



    i all ways wondered why is jesses voice dubed for some matches and some are not dubed i dont get it ???

    • Avatar of David David says:



      I think it depends on the release. The WM, RR, SSeries and SSlam Anthologies don’t mute his commentary, but almost all compilations don’t include it. I recall the first time they did this was with Greatest Stars of the 80s, they excluded many late-80 matches because of Ventura.

      Basically its WWE’s way of avoiding to pay royalties to him.

      In few WCW releases (most noticeably Clash of Champions) they dubbed Buffer’s announcing with David Penzer and in other cases they completely alter Buffer’s voice, sounding nothing like him.

  6. King Shabazz says:



    Looking forward to this one! Still waiting on the soon to be a classic documentary 3 disc set of Repo Man…

    • SRB says:



      I was reading it’s in the works along with sets on Doink, Mabel and Barry Horwitz. Should be some classic matches!

      • Anonymous says:



        I thought the Doink set was already released. If I’m not mistaken, it was called The Best of Monday Night Raw: Seasons 1 and 2. It had 8 great Doink segments including a match against Corey Student!

        And then they wondered why it didn’t sell. I bet they would have sold more units if they simply released the three January 1993 Monday Night Raw episodes.

        • Ryan says:



          They shouldn’t have stopped that series because of poor sales of 1993/1994. The years later in the 90s would have sold very well. Even though I have fond memories of the 1993/1994 Raw’s, the fact is most people consider those years some of the lowest points of the WWF/E.

          It’s not surprising sales were sub par, but like I said, that doesn’t mean later years wouldn’t have sold. Raw stepped up its game once competition with Nitro began. Sales of Raw sets probably would have gradually increased the deeper they went into the 1990s.

          • Vincenzzzzzo says:



            I agree. I wish WWE would continue the RAW season sets. 93-94 was good, but I really wanted to get 1996 and 1997 eventually. Those are my favorite seasons of RAW to this day actually.

            • Anonymous says:



              I have absolutely no desire to see any more Raw footage from April 1993 through to early 1998 and the beginning of the scratch logo. We’ve already seen the best they have to offer from this period as they were always very generous with this footage during the period when they were forced to blur the scratch logo. With that being said, the Raw stuff I’d most want to see at this point is more from January 1993 to March 1993 and everything from 2000 through to 2003.

        • Nico says:



          that 2 out of 3 falls match Doink had with Marty Jannetty was very underrated.

      • King Shabazz says:



        I think if we make our voices be heard, WWE will release the one we have all been waiting for: “Cart Wheel!: Rick Martel’s Can-Am Connection/Strike Force Years vol. 1″.

        • SRB says:



          Another classic: “The Hosts of Raw!” Can’t wait for classic scenes with Hugh Jackman, Seth Green and Bob Barker! 9 hours everyone!




    • Man, this should be a forum topic. I bet everyone has bad dvd ideas like this. These are funny.

  7. Anonymous says:



    Easily the best release of the year!

  8. John says:



    Looks cool but the cover art could have been better

  9. Avatar of David David says:



    I read Jesse Ventura’s commentary is muted for the 1992 match. Sucks if its true, they did the same for few matches in Best of Clash of Champions.

  10. Avatar of TakerFan2013 TakerFan2013 says:



    i am so ready for this dvd set to come out!!!!!

  11. Avatar of RWW2010 RWW2010 says:



    nice can’t wait.

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