Originally Posted by Brye
Can I get any opinions on these DVDs?
Mr Perfect DVD
Bret Hart DVD
Dusty Rhodes DVD
Rise & Fall of WCW
Ricky Steamboat DVD
Both Ric Flair DVDs
Mr. Perfect's dvd was good, but lacking. Only a two disc set so not as many matches as there should've been, and 3 of them are against the same guy. Lot of extras on disc one but it's probably passable if you already have the Bret Hart or AWA set.
Starrcade set is incredible. Tons of quality matches.
Bret Hard DVD is one of WWE's best al time releases. Match quality is top notch and a great documentary to go along with it.
Rise and Fall of WCW is good, but not great I'd say. The documentary was a fun watch but really didn't tell me much I wasn't already aware of. Some great match choices on disc 2 but some pretty shitty ones on disc 3.
Both Ric Flair dvds are must haves. Actually if you don't already have the first one, which is easily the best release the company's ever put out, there's something wrong with you.
Originally Posted by The Clique
Hey guys I don't know if any of you got this survey from WWE in your e-mail about their DVDs but they sent me one. Feel free to fill it out if you want. Here's a link to it - http://www.wweresearch.com/se.ashx?s=0B8801407843D7D6
I chose most interested in Austin, Rock and Sting sets. My personal suggestion to them was to create a DVD that has Undertaker out of character talking about his career. I also chose the option to NOT have content edited to meet PG rating guidelines. God I hope most people choose that option.
Oddly enough I'm apparently not eligible to take the survey. Either because I'm a male, between 18 and 24, or because I don't live in one of their big city choices.