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UK: DVD / Blu-ray

 

USA: DVD / Blu-ray

 

Disc #1

  • The Birth of Attitude
     
  • Entrance Music
     
  • D-Generation X
     
  • Austin vs. McMahon
     
  • Long-Arching Stories
     
  • Innovations
     
  • New Demographic
     
  • Critics
     
  • Expansion
     
  • Comedy
     
  • Wealth of Talent
     
  • The World Was Watching
     
  • Watershed Period
     
  • Jim Ross interviews Goldust & Marlena
    Raw – Nov 3, 1997
     
  • Steve Austin Throws the InterContinental Championship Off A Bridge
    Raw – Dec 15, 1997
     
  • Soldier of Love
    Raw – May 4, 1998
     
  • Mr McMahon Presents Mankind with the WWE Hardcore Championship
    Raw – Nov 2, 1998
     
  • Jim Ross Interviews Triple H
    Sunday Night Heat – July 25, 1999
     
  • An Evening At The Friendly Tap
    SmackDown! – Jan 20, 2000
     
  • Mae Young and the Acolyte Protection Agency
    SmackDown! – Jan 27, 2000
     
  • “The Jug Band”
    Judgment Day 2000
     
  • Triple H Trains Trish Stratus
    SmackDown! – July 27, 2000
     
  • Edges Totally Awesome Birthday
    Raw – Oct 30, 2000
     
  • The Rocks Message to His Hell in a Cell Opponents
    Raw – Dec 4, 2000
     
  • GTV

 

Disc #2

  • Mike Tyson Joins DX
    Raw – Mar 2, 1998
     
  • A New Beginning For D-Generation X
    Raw – March 30, 1998
     
  • Sable vs. “Marvelous” Marc Mero
    Raw – May 11, 1998
     
  • Nation of Degeneration
    Raw – July 6, 1998
     
  • Brawl for All Match
    Bart Gunn vs. “Dr Death” Steve Williams
    Raw – July 27, 1998
     
  • Four Corners Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship
    The Undertaker & Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. Kane & Mankind vs. The New Age Outlaws vs. The Rock & Owen Hart
    Raw – Aug 10, 1998
     
  • Lions Den Match
    Ken Shamrock vs. Owen Hart
    SummerSlam 1998
     
  • Finals of WWE Championship Tournament
    The Rock vs. Mankind
    Survivor Series 1998
     
  • The Rock & The Undertaker vs. Mankind & Stone Cold Steve Austin
    Raw – Dec 7, 1998
     
  • Austin Gives The Corporation A Beer Bath
    Raw – March 22, 1999
     
  • The Undertaker vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin
    Raw – June 28, 1999
     
  • The Debut of Y2J
    Raw – Aug 9, 1999

 

 

Disc #3

  • European & Intercontinental Championship Match
    DLo Brown vs. Jeff Jarrett
    SummerSlam 1999
     
  • Buried Alive Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship
    The Rock & Mankind vs. The Undertaker & Big Show
    SmackDown! – Sept 9, 1999
     
  • Stone Cold & Jim Ross vs. Triple H & Chyna
    Raw – Oct 11, 1999
     
  • Boss Mans Sympathy for Big Shows Dad
    Raw – Nov 18, 1999
     
  • The Wedding of Stephanie McMahon & Andrew “Test” Martin
    Raw – Nov 29, 1999
     
  • The Godfather & DLo Brown vs. Too Cool
    SmackDown – Jan 27, 2000
     
  • WWE Hardcore Championship Match
    Hardcore Holly vs. Crash Holly
    Raw – March 27, 2000
     
  • WWE Championship Match
    Chris Jericho vs. Eddie Guerrero
    Raw – April 3, 2000
     
  • Steel Cage Match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship
    Rikishi vs. Val Venis
    Fully Loaded 2000
     
  • Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match for the World Tag Team Championship
    Edge & Christian vs. The Hardy Boyz vs. The Dudley Boyz
    SummerSlam 2000
     
  • Hell in A Cell Match for the WWE Championship
    Kurt Angle vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock vs. Undertaker vs. Triple H vs. Rikishi
    Armageddon 2000

Special Feature

  • GTV – Al Snow & Head
     
  • Mae Young Gives Birth
    Raw – Feb 28, 2000
     
  • WWE Womens Championship Match
    Lita vs. Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley
    Raw – June 12, 2000
     
  • The Dudley Boyz vs. The Hardy Boyz
    Raw – July 17, 2000

Blu-Ray Exclusive:

  • King of Kings Match
    Ken Shamrock vs. Triple H vs. Owen Hart
    Raw – June 29, 1998
     
  • The Oddities w/ Insane Clown Posse vs. The Headbangers
    Raw – Sept 28, 1998
     
  • The Truth About Sammy
    Raw – Jan 18, 1999
     
  • The Unholy Union of Stephanie McMahon & The Undertaker
    Raw – April 26, 1999
     
  • The Rock vs. Val Venis
    SmackDown – Oct 7, 1999
     
  • Survivor Series Elimination Match
    Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Kane & Shane McMahon vs. Triple H, X-Pac & The New Age Outlaws
    SmackDown – Nov 4, 1999
     
  • WWE Hardcore Championship Match
    Al Snow vs. Crash Holly
    SmackDown – June 29, 2000
     
  • The Hardy Boyz & Lita vs. Perry Saturn, Eddie Guerrero & Dean Malenko
    SmackDown – Nov 30, 2000
     
  • Chris Jericho & The Dudley Boyz vs. Kurt Angle, Edge & Christian
    Raw – Dec 25, 2000

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Review @ Wrestling 101:

 

For the majority of wrestling fans over the age of (say) 25, The Attitude Era is the defining period of pro-wrestling at its peak. Mainstream acceptance on a level alien to today’s product, celebrities fighting over themselves to be featured (or even mentioned on WWE programming), fantastic acts on all levels of the card and the fabled Monday Night Wars at the heart of it all, it’s easy to see why us older fans look at the period of 1997-2001 with such affection...

 

> WWE: The Attitude Era DVD Set Review

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Could have been a waaaaay better documentary. Seriously.

 

I'm conflicted on this, though. For me, I like it. It brings back memories. For someone that wasn't watching during the AE and bought the video to see what it was about? Complete Trash, My goodness. They probably think everyone is stupid for thinking the Era was so awesome.

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Could have been a waaaaay better documentary. Seriously.

 

I'm conflicted on this, though. For me, I like it. It brings back memories. For someone that wasn't watching during the AE and bought the video to see what it was about? Complete Trash, My goodness. They probably think everyone is stupid for thinking the Era was so awesome.

 

I thought the documentary was too short. I didn't do much research before watching it I kinda just popped it in the DVD player one night and watched it and just when I thought it was about halfway, it ended. It shows lots of great highlights and all but just too short.

 

Also It would have been alot better it was done in a chronological order, year by year. Instead they bounced all over the place with alot of overlapping.

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