What Will Be on The New Ultimate Warrior DVD?

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The WWE will be releasing the new Ultimate Warrior DVD on April 1. That will lead into Warrior’s induction in the WWE Hall of Fame four days later. Details have been released on what will appear on the DVD set.

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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

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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

WWE Ultimate Warrior: Ultimate Collection DVDNew 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 Exclusives

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

Ultimate Warrior and 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

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Michael Cole, Jerry Lawler And JBL Mock CM Punk Chant At Last Night’s WWE Raw (Video)

It has been two weeks since CM Punk left the WWE before an edition of Monday Night Raw. The former WWE champion hasn’t made any statements and a return to the company is unknown at this time.

Raw took place last night from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. A video has surfaced from the Raw production feed and it is of the fans chanting for Punk.

Cole says “that will drown out soon” and “go away” in response. Lawler mocks what Cole says and JBL says there wasn’t much determination in the chant.

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WWE Raw Goes Old School, Brock Lesnar Still Talking With UFC

reignsspearspunkBrian and Steve are back to discuss Old School WWE Raw from Monday night with legends returning to the show including Ric Flair and Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts, if WWE should have ended the show different following Roman Reigns big win, Daniel Bryan making his television debut with the Wyatt Family, the Brock Lesnar segment with Mark Henry and Big Show and more.  Plus, more talk about Lesnar about him still talking with UFC about a potential fight, Jerry Lawler’s health scare, Dolph Zigger sidelined again, Jeff Jarrett’s next project and more.

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Two WWE Hall Of Famers Named As The Hosts Of WWE Slammy Awards

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The WWE Slammy Awards take place next week on Monday Night Raw in Seattle, Washington. The WWE has revealed that Hall of Famers Jerry Lawler and Booker T will be hosting the awards show. Here are the categories that fans will be able to vote on:

- Superstar of the Year
- Extreme Moment of the Year
- Insult of the Year
- Double-Cross of the Year
- This is Awesome! Moment of the Year
- “Total Diva” of the Year
- LOL! Moment of the Year
- Match of the Year

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In Defense of The Miz

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Hey internet, it’s time to give The Miz a break. Not that he doesn’t deserve the criticism, but he probably doesn’t deserve the non-stop nitpicking that happens every time MizTV comes on. He probably doesn’t deserve to be called out for using the figure-four leglock, an obviously corporate decision. And he probably doesn’t deserve to be made fun of for Real World anymore. [Read more...]

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Memphis Wrestling Personality Corey Maclin Passes Away

Longtime Memphis wrestling announcer Corey Maclin died in a car accident on Tuesday night in Mississippi.  He was 43 years old.

Maclin has worked on television as a wrestling announcer for many years in Memphis, working alongside both Lance Russell and Dave Brown.

He went on to become a promoter in the area working with Jerry Lawler and had very successful shows based on using Lawler’s popularity in the area and doing nostalgia shows.

Maclin is survived by his wife and six children.

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Shane Douglas talks about this Saturday night’s Extreme Rising show from Monaco, PA on iPPV including his decision to return to the ring after previous saying he would not wrestle on another show he was promoting, the decision to bring back Raven and not bring back Justin Credible, controversial comments made by other wrestlers on the show about the promotion and/or other performers, using social media to promote the show, the effect social media could have had on himself and ECW years ago, his thoughts on the Jerry Lawler / CM Punk angle on Raw, being at the Golden Dome on the 15th anniversary of the ECW November to Remember show there and more.

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