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Halloween Havoc Boxset idea.

Hi Scott,
I have no idea how WWE decides its match listings for its DVD but there sure is one DVD I would love to see, a best of Halloween Havoc boxset. Something like the below, what do you think?
The Best of WCW Halloween Havoc
  1. Lex Luger vs. Brian Pillman (Halloween Havoc, October 28, 1989 - NWA U.S. Title Match)
  1. Doom vs. Ric Flair & Arn Anderson (Halloween Havoc, October 27, 1990 - NWA Tag Team Title Match)
  1. Bobby Eaton vs. Terry Taylor (Halloween Havoc, October 27, 1991)
  1. Dustin Rhodes & Barry Windham vs. Steve Williams & Steve Austin (Halloween Havoc, October 25, 1992 - WCW Tag Team Title Match)
  1. Big Van Vader vs. Cactus Jack (Halloween Havoc, October 24, 1993 - Texas Death Match)
  1. Hulk Hogan vs. Ric Flair (Halloween Havoc, October 23, 1994 - WCW World Title/Cage Match)
  1. Arn Anderson & Brian Pillman vs. Ric Flair & Sting (Halloween Havoc, October 29, 1995)
  1. Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Dean Malenko (Halloween Havoc, October 27, 1996 – WCW Cruiserweight Title Match)
  1. Rey Mysterio Jr. vs. Eddie Guerrero (Halloween Havoc, October 26, 1997 - WCW Cruiserweight Title/Mask vs. Title Match)
  1. Randy Savage vs. Diamond Dallas Page (Halloween Havoc, October 26, 1997)
  1. Chris Jericho vs. Raven (Halloween Havoc, October 25, 1998 - WCW TV Title Match)
  1. Bill Goldberg vs. Diamond Dallas Page (Halloween Havoc, October 25, 1998 - WCW World Title Match)
1999 & 2000 offered nothing of value or maybe Sting vs. Goldberg from 1999 for the insanely hyped crowd?
​Well, we've already had the Best of Bash set, so I'd be shocked if we DIDN'T get a Best of Havoc set to milk the last out of the WCW udders.  And yeah, that looks like a good start.  

What I really wish they'd do for fun is throw the WCW All Nighter shows onto the Network sometime, because it's basically six hours of built-in content they can air with a minimum of effort.  It's already got Tony and Bobby hosting and everything!  You can air them in a late night slot, just like the originals.  Repeat each show once and boom, a whole day programmed.  ​