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Ultimate Warrior DVD Match Listing





DISC 1:

Warriors Back!

Finding Wrestling

The Blade Runners vs. Perry Jackson & Shawn O'Reilly
UWF • April 11, 1986

Move to WCCW

Dingo Warrior vs. Chris Adams
WCCW • August 8, 1986

Arrival in WWE

Ultimate Warrior vs. Barry Horowitz
Wrestling Challenge • November 7, 1987

Ultimate Warrior vs. Steve Lombardi
Superstars • November 14, 1987

Getting Noticed

Ultimate Warrior vs. Harley Race
Boston, MA • March 5, 1988

Upgrading Warrior

Weasel Suit Match
Ultimate Warrior vs. Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Los Angeles, CA • July 15, 1988

Intercontinental Champion

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

Intercontinental Championship Match
Ultimate Warrior vs. Honky Tonk Man
Philadelphia, PA • December 17, 1988

The Macho Man

WWE Championship and Intercontinental Championship Match
Ultimate Warrior vs. Macho Man Randy Savage
Boston, MA • February 11, 1989

Simply Ravishing

Intercontinental Championship Match
Ultimate Warrior vs. Rick Rude
SummerSlam • August 28, 1989

Building Momentum

Ultimate Warrior vs. Bob Bradley
Prime Time Wrestling • September 18, 1989

Ultimate Warrior vs. Brian Costello
Prime Time Wrestling • December 25, 1989

Ultimate Warrior confronts Andre on Brother Love Show
Superstars • July 29, 1989

Memories of Andre

Intercontinental Championship Match
Ultimate Warrior vs. Andre the Giant
Madison Square Garden • October 28, 1989

Intercontinental Championship Match
Ultimate Warrior vs. Andre the Giant
Saturday Night's Main Event • November 25, 1989



DISC 2:

Leading to Toronto

Ultimate Warrior Promo "Crash the Plane"
Superstars • March 10, 1990

Intercontinental Championship Match
Ultimate Warrior vs. Mr. Perfect
Madison Square Garden • March 19, 1990

Running to the Ring

The Ultimate Challenge
WWE Championship vs. Intercontinental Championship Match
Hulk Hogan vs. Ultimate Warrior
WrestleMania VI • April 1, 1990

Responsibilities of the Champion

WWE Championship Match
Ultimate Warrior vs. Million $ Man Ted DiBiase
Wrestling Summit • April 13, 1990

WWE Championship Match
Ultimate Warrior vs. "Ravishing" Rick Rude
Saturday Night's Main Event • July 28, 1990

WWE Championship Match
Ultimate Warrior vs. Million $ Man Ted DiBiase
The Main Event • November 23, 1990

WWE Championship Match
Ultimate Warrior vs. Sgt. Slaughter
Huntsville, AL • January 7, 1991



DISC 3:

New Direction

Steel Cage Match
Ultimate Warrior vs. Macho King Randy Savage
Madison Square Garden • January 21, 1991

Ultimate Warrior ends Brother Loves Career
Superstars • March 2, 1991

No Limitations

Career Ending Match
Ultimate Warrior vs. Macho King Randy Savage
WrestleMania VII • March 24, 1991

Into the Darkness

Ultimate Warrior on Paul Bearers Funeral Parlour
Superstars • April 13, 1991

Ultimate Warrior vs. The Undertaker
Toronto, ON • June 2, 1991

Returning

Gene Okerlund Interviews Ultimate Warrior and Randy Savage
Superstars • July 25, 1992

Ultimate Maniacs

"Riding on the Edge of a Lightning Bolt"
Superstars • November 14, 1992

WWE Tag Team Championship Match
Money Inc. vs. Ultimate Warrior & Macho Man Randy Savage
Saturday Night's Main Event • November 14, 1992

Reestablish

"Faster Than a Cheetah"
RAW • March 11, 1996

Ultimate Warrior vs. Hunter Hearst Helmsley
WrestleMania XII • March 31, 1996

Warrior Confronts Goldust
RAW • April 8, 1996

Ultimate Warrior Returns!

Vince McMahon Interviews Jerry "The King" Lawler and Ultimate Warrior
RAW • June 10, 1996

Ultimate Warrior vs. Jerry the King Lawler
King of the Ring • June 23, 1996

Going to WCW

Ultimate Warrior Interrupts Hollywood Hogan
Nitro • August 17 1998

Replusive

Ultimate Warrior Promo
Nitro • October 26, 1998

The Right Story

Blu-Ray Extras:

Dingo Warrior vs. Matt Bourne
WCCW • October 24, 1986

Ultimate Warrior & The British Bulldogs vs. Demolition & Mr Fuji
Maple Leaf Gardens • July 24, 1988

Intercontinental Championship Match
Ultimate Warrior vs. Dino Bravo
The Main Event • February 23, 1990

WrestleMania VII Contract Signing
Road to WrestleMania VII • March 17, 1991

Ultimate Warrior vs. Sgt. Slaughter
WrestleFest • March 30, 1991

Intercontinental Championship Match
Goldust vs. Ultimate Warrior
In Your House: Good Friends, Better Enemies • April 28, 1996

The only big match missing that I can think of is the rematch with Savage from London.  I'm not sure if Hogan vs. Warrior II qualifies as wrestling., 1986

Comments

  1. I think I'll be skipping it. Although Warrior vs. Savage at WrestleMania was a thing of beauty.

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  2. Savage II is a MAJOR omission. Personally, I like it better than wm7, so there goes one of the key reasons why I would have bought this.

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  3. Yes, the greatest HHH match of all time is included in this!

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  4. Is Warrior himself doing the links? It would certainly be interesting to hear his thoughts on it all.

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  5. I'm surprised that the Lawler/Warrior segment made the cut again. As a fan of THIS BUSINESS, I do not want to see sports entertainers walk to the ring wearing a baseball cap like a regular joe.

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  6. Man, that's a lot of clotheslines.

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  7. Wow this is a pretty nice set to be honest, Summerslam 92 match omission notwithstanding. Think I'll get the Blu-ray.

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  8. Ill pass on that.

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  9. I dunno why they didn't throw Rude/Warrior 1, Savage/Warrior 2, and Hogan/Warrior 2 on this just to make it complete. Maybe even some more WCW stuff like WarGames 98 and Hogan/Bret vs Sting/Warrior.

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  10. Stranger in the AlpsFebruary 22, 2014 at 5:36 PM

    The inclusion of a handful of jobber squashes, for me, actually makes good use of the video library. Unfortunately, there's no Papa Shango voodoo magic to make this set a 10/10.

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  11. Oh man I don't know if I ever want to watch Warrior vs Goldust though. 15 minutes of stalling with a count out finish? I'd have been throwing shit at the ring if I'd been there live.

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  12. Needs the Savage Summerslam match as well. I would've liked to have seen Warrior/LOD vs Demolition from SNME as well.

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  13. Weird that it has SO many rare matches but is missing Warrior/Savage II from Summerslam...

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  14. The first Rude match was just so-so compared to other matches and Hogan 2 is a train wreck that I imagine most people want to forget, much like his entire WCW run.


    Savage 2 is a glaring omission, but I'm glad it has some of their house show matches.

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  15. Oh sure, I post the link in the daily thread and all of a sudden it has it's own. I feel special!

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  16. Crazy, I called the inclusion of that Chris Adams match back when this was first announced. It's one of his only WCCW matches that's readily available and not awful. Kind of weird going for the deep cuts on this, though. People don't give a fuck about multiple Warrior/HTM matches or the multiple squash matches that are included. The latter could've easily been handled in a montage so you save room for stuff like Warrior/Savage II. I'm also VERY disappointed Hogan vs. Warrior from Halloween Havoc wasn't included for the awesome comedy value it would've added, hearing Warrior explain the circumstances surrounding that one.

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  17. Now if only they'd publicly apologize for the hatchet-job DVD they put out.....but eh. Guess that's TOO much humility for the McMahons to ever show.

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  18. This looks to be as close to an apology as he's going to get

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  19. They actually NAMED a chapter "Building Momentum."

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  20. I'm disappointed there isn't a "Vintage Warrior" or "creating separation" chapters.

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  21. A big FU to WCW. Zero matches!?

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  22. Nobody should apologize for that. That was glorious.

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  23. It was a B+ move by an A+ talent.

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  24. Seriously, the exact same IWC that's ripped Warrior for years suddenly complains when WWE voices their own exact thoughts?

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  25. You'd think they'd include Halloween Havoc '98 just for the train wreck. Hell, on the first DVD, Hogan actually takes the blame for how bad that turned out with the crazy build and blowing the fireball bit.

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  26. Lots of house show stuff = interest from me. Needed a bit more WCCW, and no "I'll write my name in your own puke" makes me a sad panda.

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  27. Besides Hogan/Warrior II, what else did he do? Maybe the tag with Sting on Nitro?

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  28. I wonder if it is the one that led Harley to remember him as the "faggot Indian" (and with Punk gone, unless they filmed wraparounds ahead of time, this was a lost opportunity indeed...of course he'd have to tell a PG version of the story...)

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  29. Warrior/Savage II is available on the first Warrior DVD, though its only on the FYE exclusive version.

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  30. I'm sad that we never got to see the "Screwed! The Bret Hart Story" DVD that almost came out.

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  31. I maintain Vince deliberately made that as one-sided and harsh as possible, knowing Bret's ego would push him to agree to take part and set the record straight.

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  32. I want this so baaaad.
    I want thiiiiis.
    I want this so baaaad.
    It's driving me mad
    driving me mad.

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  33. The Rude and Dibiase matches from 1990 (SNME and the Main Event) are seriously underrated classics, if both had finishes and were on a major ppv they'd be remembered very fondly. This set looks amazing.

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  34. Doesn't matter, they are pretty famous matches. I dunno why people would be worried about work rate on an Ultimate Warrior dvd.

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  35. I feel like the answer to this for the rest of time is now, "eh, all that stuff's on the network anyway."

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  36. I think this dvd has a pretty good selection: on one hand the essential matches like the ones from WMVI oder VII but also enough "rare" stuff for guys like "us", who are very likely to already own all of the Warriors most important matches.

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  37. MaffewOfBotchamaniaFebruary 23, 2014 at 5:14 AM

    No Summerslam 1991? Hm.

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