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Wrestling Review: WWF Superstars, November 21 1992

If you were planning on watching Survivor Series, you simply had to watch this episode of Superstars.

DVD Review: Randy Savage Unreleased: The Unseen Matches Of The Macho...

Is this a collection full of classic matches? Absolutely not. But is this a really enjoyable, suitably-nostalgic and overall thoroughly entertaining look through the vaults of one of the greatest wrestlers of all-time? Ooooh, yeah!

DVD Preview: Randy Savage Unreleased: The Unseen Matches Of The Macho...

Randy Savage Unreleased is the perfect introduction to one of the most important, endlessly charismatic figures in the history of sports-entertainment!

DVD Review: WWE Unreleased 1986-1995

Following on from last year's similar WWE The Attitude Era Volume 3 - Unreleased, which featured previously unseen matches from 1996-2000, we now have a new release covering hidden gems from 1986-1995.

DVD Preview: WWE Unreleased 1986-1995

This is a three-disc collection of never-before-seen matches from WWE’s golden era and New Generation! Features action from legendary Superstars such as Hulk Hogan, Ultimate Warrior, Macho Man Randy Savage, Rowdy Roddy Piper, Bret “Hitman” Hart, Shawn Michaels and The Undertaker!

DVD Review: Macho Madness: The Randy Savage Ultimate Collection – WWE

It does have its flaws and some minor omissions but on the whole, WWE took the high road and provided Savage fans with a worthy retrospective for the legendary, one-of-a-kind Macho Man.

DVD Review: The Self-Destruction Of The Ultimate Warrior – WWE

Overall, this DVD is undoubtedly fun to watch, and is largely an honest account of how difficult Warrior could be. However, its rating drops due to WWE changing tack once Warrior "came home" and presented an alternative history of his career, with the negativity trimmed way down.

DVD Review: The Best Of WWE At Madison Square Garden

This DVD does its job and offers most of WWE's finest moments at Madison Square Garden, with their historical significance and the comments from wrestlers past and present underlining why, even today, MSG remains the World's Most Famous Arena.

DVD Review: The Undertaker’s Deadliest Matches – WWE

This is one DVD where the repetition of matches was necessary, because it feels very incomplete. I can certainly see why WWE did not overlap content between this and Tombstone, but this is one of the few DVDs where I feel it should have been the case; we could have at least had the KOTR 1998 Cell showdown with Mankind.

DVD Review: The History Of The WWE Championship

The only snag in terms of buying this DVD is that you'll probably already own many of the matches featured here but, even if you do, I still highly recommend this DVD; to me, it is one of the top WWE DVDs ever.