The site has a no-Benoit thing going?
Anyway, watched RVD Vs Kroffat from 9th June 1995 (same night as you-know-fucking-what) and it was better than anything Van Dam ever did in WWE. Kroffat played the 'even though the Japanese don't like it I'll spit at RVD and push the ref' heel and they did boo him. Great and high-risk.
Whoever's ordered from IVP, do they uselessly clip matches without telling you, or is every clipped match mentioned on the site?
It's not always stated, but it's not IVP that do the clipping anyway - it's the promotion. Sometimes that's so they can fit it onto TV.
I mean, if you're ordering an episode of Japan TV from, say, June 1997 and there's 8 or 9 matches on it with the disc running 2 hours, you can expect stuff to be chopped up. I've ordered a ton of Japan TV over the years, and a lot of it features clipped up stuff. New Japan always loved to clip their juniors stuff to shit on TV blocks, so you usually had to wait until they were released on commercial tapes before you got full versions (an example is Liger v Ohtani from 2/9/97. Match went 27 minutes and was clipped down to around 20 on TV, but was released in full at some point in the future, either on a TV special or a commercial tape).
If it's a PPV (the actual PPV, not the TV "recap"), then everything will be in full.
If it's a "best of" disc, then some will be clipped, and some will be full. There's a best of Eddie Guerrero disc there that has the full Liger/Black Tiger match from the '96 BOSJ tourney, but it also has a clipped version of the Benoit/Black Tiger match from earlier in the tourney as well.
Best advice I can give is to look at the amout of matches on the disc and compare it to how long the disc runs. 4 matches on a two hour disc is usually a good bet for complete matches. 8 or 9 means something is gonna be clipped.
Btw, download this and watch it:
It's Cicloncito Ramirez v Damiancito El Guerrero from CMLL (1/7/97). They're minis, but I watched it this morning and it's probably the best match I've ever seen. I'd put it ahead of 6/3/94 and Flair/Steamboat from Clash VI as the best singles match ever. Don't expect too many people here to agree with that, but it kicks the hinder off Misterio/Psicosis from 9/22/95 and I know you loved that. I've never seen any US pro-wrestler work the mat like these two. Not even CLOSE. Damiancito El Guerrero look just about the best wrestler in the history of anything. So yeah, watch it.