There are 8 deleted scenes on the DVD:
1. 'Paulie Paints': Prior to embarking on his tour of locales which remind him of Adrian, Rocky goes to visit Paulie to ask him to join him. Paulie refuses, and then begins to complain that they're training somebody to replace him at the meat plant. Rocky pleads with Paulie to come on the tour and Paulie suggests that Rocky can't handle living alone. Rocky takes offence to this and is leaving, when Paulie relents and says he'll go on the tour.
2. 'Breakfast': After having his boxing license renewed, Rocky is in the kitchen making breakfast and decides to drink some raw eggs. However, he is unable to swallow them, and has to spit them back up into the glass. It is also revealed in this scene that Paulie has moved in with Rocky at some stage.
3. 'Andy's Bar (Original)': There is an alternative version of the scene where Rocky meets Marie (Geraldine Hughes) for the first time. In this version, the bar is packed, and Rocky meets Andy (Don Sherman), the barman from Rocky, Rocky III and Rocky V to discover that he has lost a leg to diabetes. They briefly discuss the old times, and Marie tells Rocky who she is, when Rocky is approached by Angie (Angela Boyd). The scene then plays out similarly to the theatrical version.
4. 'Paulie's Girlfriend Moves His Things': Rocky arrives home to find Paulie's girlfriend, Betty, moving Paulie's things out of the house. Rocky asks her what she's doing and she tells him that Paulie is moving in with her.
5. 'Rocky and Steps': Prior to the scene where Rocky and Steps (James Francis Kelly III) go to get the dog, there is a scene where they are unloading Rocky's van. Rocky is trying to give Steps some life advice, but Steps is flippantly dismissing him. Rocky asks Steps about his father, and tells him that he should always listen to his mother. Rocky then tells him that if he wants something in life, he has to go out and get it, but Steps points out that Rocky's success was based on freak luck. Rocky then asks him if he likes dogs.
6. 'Paulie Breaks Down': After Paulie loses his temper about the watch, and storms out of the restaurant, Rocky follows him, and their conversation is longer than in the theatrical version. Paulie begins to break down about how he has lost his job and how his life has fallen apart. He says he wishes he'd died instead of Adrian, and he acknowledges that he used to treat her bad. Then he points out that Rocky is the only thing he has in the world, but he treats him bad too, just as he did with his sister. He then asks Rocky if he can move back into the house, to which Rocky agrees.
7. 'Rocky Sparring': After telling Robert Jr. (Milo Ventimiglia) that he will be going ahead with the fight, there is a scene where Rocky is sparring, but can't concentrate, and almost gets knocked out. Marie asks Paulie what's wrong with Rocky and he blames her for making him rusty.
8. An alternative ending where Rocky wins the fight rather than Dixon. The main difference between this ending and the theatrical ending is that this version includes a short scene where Dixon is being interviewed in the ring prior to the result, and is talking about how he now understands respect. After Rocky is announced the winner, the scene plays out exactly as it does in the theatrical version.