In the 1980s and early '90s, professional wrestler Jake "The Snake" Roberts reigned as one of the WWE's biggest and baddest superstars. Distinguishing himself with the menacing live python ... See full synopsis »
André the Giant
WWF Title (vacant, special referee Steve Austin): Kane vs. The Undertaker, WWF Intercontinental Title: Ken Shamrock vs. Mankind, WWF Tag Team Titles: The New Age Outlaws vs. The Headbangers... See full summary »
Also known as "The Canadian Crippler", Chris Benoit is a superstar in amongst the hallowed ranks of WWE. Rising from humble beginnings in the Stampede Wrestling game, Benoit has won over a ... See full summary »
It was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event and WWE Network event produced by WWE. It took place on August 21, 2016 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. It was the ... See full summary »
The main event was a "winner take all" tag team match in which WWF Champion Stone Cold Steve Austin teamed with Intercontinental Champion Triple H, to take on WWF Tag Team Champions, The Brothers of Destruction The Undertaker and Kane.
The Samoan Submission Machine must face the King of Strong Style for the NXT Championship. While, the rest of the card has wrestlers trying hard to outdo the previous year show with their grudge matches.
'The Nature Boy' Ric Flair finally gets the complete DVD treatment the former 16-time Worlds Heavyweight Champion can be proud of. The 3 Disc set includes Flair discussing his rivals, classic promos and the matches that made him a Wrestling Legend.
Disc 1 consists of his NWA/WCW battles with 7-time Worlds Heavyweight Champion Harley Race, 'The American Dream' Dusty Rhodes and Barry Windham.
Ricky 'The Dragon' Steamboat dominates Disc 2. We see 2 matches; Clash of the Champions VI and WrestleWar '89 which are absolute classics. Flair was at his best against Steamboat here as many fans consider these matches the greatest of all time. The latter part of Disc 2 has Ric Flair Vs Terry Funk Non Title I Quit match. While not as pretty as the previous matches, it shows Flairs ability to adapt no matter who the challenger. Flair also speaks candidly on the plane crash of '75, which almost ended not only his career but his life. On a lighter note, there are 2 great segments on the group known as The 4 Horseman.
The 3rd disc shows Flair in his WWE/F days. All the promos of his buildup with Bobby 'The Brain' Heenan are here and as entertaining as ever. Flair made his impact felt very early in the WWE/F by winning The Royal Rumble in '92. It's been said that this Royal Rumble was the best ever. Back to WCW now and Clash of the Champions XXVII with Sting. To end we are shown the never before seen tribute on RAW '03 following his World Heavyweight Championship match against Triple H and the match itself.
This is a great compilation of Ric Flairs greatest matches, entertaining promos, detailed descriptions on his rivals from Flair himself and some hidden features as well. This is not only my favorite pro wrestling DVD but my favorite DVD period. Every wrestling fan should have this in their collection. Nobody is better than the 'Kiss stealin' wheelin' dealin' limousine ridin' jet fyin' son of a gun'. Woooooooooo. I've always wanted to say that.
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