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  1. Gorilla Monsoon's Hall Of Fame career was already celebrated back in June 2007. I believe this marks the 3rd time they've repeated a wrestlers Hall Of Fame career. Harley Race (October 2006 & September 2008), and Gorilla Monsoon (June 2007 & April 2009). I wanna say "Superstar" Billy Graham as well, but I don't think he's been repeated since I got this service in August 2006. I could be wrong. I don't have it wrote down as it being a repeat.


    That's ok, I can't wait for the classic Monsoon matches. Expect the 70s indeed.



  2. I watch all the shows from month to month. I admit to accidently not watching a match here and there. I even record (as in keep record here on the computer) of every match/event I watch so I don't watch it a second time. I'd have to check, but my last count was 2,200 matches that I've watched since August 2006 when WWE 24/7 Classics On Demand debuted on Comcast Digital Cable.


    I think Flight WWE 24/7 was the theme for that month. It was basically matches that took place across the world. They celebrated the Hall Of Fame career of Nikolai Volkoff.


    Here was the schedule

    WWE 24/7 Classics On Demand Schedule For August 2006

  3. I apologize if this topic has been discussed before.


    Here's the cover artwork and match listings for the new "WWE Greatest Superstars Of The 90s" 3-disc DVD. This kinda looks like the advertisement poster from In Your House: Backlash 1999. The same font maybe.





    Release date: April 14th 2009

    Artwork & match listings- Credit Silvervision.co.uk


    Match listings



    Disc 1


    Tazz - Introduction


    Shawn Michaels


    From the Smallest Champion to the Largest




    Samoan Culture


    The Rock


    Drawing the Casual Fan


    Women of the 90s


    Tough and Sexy


    Kevin Nash


    Battle for Superstardom


    Owen Hart


    Fun Filled Memories


    Ric Flair


    Infamous Figure


    Mick Foley


    The Quest for Success


    Not So Great Stars of the 90s


    The Reinvention


    Hulk Hogan


    Attitude and Controversy


    Triple H


    Technical Savvy


    Bret Hart


    Pop Culture Phenomenon


    Vince McMahon / Eric Bischoff / Paul Heyman


    The Total Package


    Lex Luger


    The IT Factor




    The Bad Guy


    Razor Ramon




    The Undertaker


    A Rebel


    Stone Cold Steve Austin


    Tazz - Close




    • Razor Ramon – Restaurant Vignette

    July 11, 1992


    • The Undertaker Builds a Coffin for Yokozuna

    December 1993


    • Bret Hart – New Generation Vignette

    July 1994


    • Owen Hart Inside a Steel Cage

    August 20, 1994


    • Shawn Michaels Press Conference Before WrestleMania XI

    February 28, 1995


    • Hunter Hearst Helmsley - "Riff Raff"

    April 15, 1995


    • Mankind – “And God Created Mankind”

    January 6, 1996


    • Scott Hall & Kevin Nash N.W.O. Vignette

    August 19, 1996


    • The Hart Foundation Reunites

    March 31, 1997


    • D-Generation X Reenacts the Montreal Incident

    November 24, 1997


    • The Rock Reads Steve Austin’s Eulogy

    April 19, 1999


    • Steve Austin remembers the Shockmaster



    Disc 2


    Ric Flair vs. Hulk Hogan

    Madison Square Garden - November 30, 1991


    WWE Championship Match

    Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michaels

    Survivor Series - November 25, 1992


    WWE Championship Match

    Hulk Hogan vs. Yokozuna

    King of the Ring - June 13, 1993


    Bret Hart vs. Owen Hart

    WrestleMania X - March 20, 1994


    Intercontinental Championship Match

    Diesel vs. Razor Ramon

    Superstars – April 13, 1994


    International World Heavyweight Championship Match

    Sting vs. Vader

    Slamboree – May 22, 1994


    WWE Championship Match

    Bret Hart vs. Diesel

    Royal Rumble – January 22, 1995


    WWE Women’s Championship Match

    Alundra Blayze vs. Bull Nakano

    Monday Night Raw – April 3, 1995



    Disc 3


    Triple Header Match

    Shawn Michaels & Diesel vs. Yokozuna & British Bulldog

    In Your House – September 24, 1995


    #1 Contender Match

    Owen Hart vs. Shawn Michaels

    In Your House – February 18, 1996


    WWE Championship Match

    Shawn Michaels vs. Vader

    SummerSlam – August 18, 1996


    Steel Cage Match

    Mankind vs. Hunter Hearst Helmsley

    SummerSlam – August 3, 1997


    WCW Championship Match

    Lex Luger vs. Hulk Hogan

    Monday Nitro – August 4, 1997


    WWE Championship Match

    Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Undertaker

    SummerSlam – August 30, 1998


    United States Championship Match

    Sting vs. Bret Hart

    Halloween Havoc – October 25, 1998


    Strap Match

    Triple H vs. The Rock

    Fully Loaded – July 25, 1999

  4. I wish they'd show more of these Coliseum Home Videos on WWE 24/7 Classics On Demand. I enjoyed the "Best Of The WWF" volumes.
    The fact that you put that pic in every one of your posts fascinates me.



    I'm sorry about that Bob. I couldn't see the last 6 buttons where you put your signature at. I was on a different computer, so that could've been the problem.


    I'm not sure what the problem was, but now I can see them. :D


  5. Sorry about the spelling mistakes. I didn't know this message board critiqued all that. I'll be sure to use a different spell check program, I guess it didn't catch the mistakes, nor did I. This is the program that I use.




    I'm in the hospital (sick) so I had to finish up that post quickly. Wish I had more time on the PC. I think I typed 'Moonsoon' because I was talking to a nurse about moon pies just several minutes before that post. I guess it was on my mind still. HA!


    I'll be sure to use a better program in the future. Thanks for understanding.



  6. NWA World Championship Wrestling



    It looks like "Ravishing" Rick Rude will be heading to NWA World Championship Wrestling next week. I believe that's what Tony had mentioned during the program?


    Is Rude going to tell the crowd that they're a bunch of TBS sweat hogs and the only thing 'Super' about them is they all stink? HA! I sure do miss Rude, I loved it when he got the crowd going in the WWE.




  7. WWE Old School

    WWE Philly card: 3/14/87


    Thankfully the Philly card is still up on WWE 24/7 Classics On Demand, so maybe someone will have the answer to this question. Dick Graham made a comment before the card begain, stating Gorilla Monsoon wasn't 'there' this week and Kenny Resnick was taking his place on commentary.


    If you fast forward to the Piper's Pit segment and pause the program at 1:40 (1 Hour & 40 Minutes), you'll see a man in a blue long sleeve shirt with glasses escorting "Adorable" Adrian Adonis to the back area. This was after Adonis interfeared in the segment. The guy in the blue longsleeve shirt looks just like Moonsoon. I guess they goofed up saying Moonsoon wasn't there, when in fact he was there. Even at the end of the program Graham said Monsoon was 'visiting elsewhere'.


    Anyone know if this was really Moonson? It sure looks like him.





  8. Exactly who is that Woman that I always see on the TNT shows? She's wearing glasses and holds up a sign throughout the program? Gene asks her a question during the show at 0:12 of the show. She asks Jake "The Snake" Roberts a question. She was one of the girls on The Bobby Heenan Show as well. I think she was on the Monday Night Raw episodes as well as one of the "Raw girls"


    What relationship did she have with the WWE at the time? I wonder what she's up to today?


    I really enjoyed TNT. It was a show I didn't watch as a kid, because it came on too late. I don't think we had cable when it first aired in 1984. The exhanges between Roberts and Okerlund throughout the show were really funny.



  9. You're right. WWE.com Legacy has gotten a lot better this past year. I'm not sure if Joey Styles has anything to do with the department, but I'm glad they're showing older shows like Wrestling Challenge, Monday Night Raw, and specials as well. Well worth the yearly subscription service.



  10. Gosh darn it! I see they're airing the Wal-Mart exclusive 2-disc DVD that was put out last year titled WWE The Greatest Superstars Of Wrestlemania. I bought this last year for $19.99 and it looks like I shouldn't have. I basically get to watch it for free (besides the $7.95 subscription service to WWE 24/7 Classics On Demand).


    I really enjoy the build up shows prior to Wrestlemania. I'm glad they're airing more of these this year.



  11. WWE is horrible about promoting their products (WWE 24/7 Classics On Demand, WWE.com Legacy, and DVD's). Their DVD products are getting short air time. I remember they us to spend like 1-2 weeks advertising even before a DVD would come out. Just like their PPV's, they're popping too many DVD's out at once. WWE Legends Of Wrestling got little advertisement time and I figure WWE Saturday Night's Main Event DVD will do the same. I know they're doing it so they can make more money, but their fans barely even know what WWE 24/7 Classics On Demand or WWE.com Legacy is.


    I think mostly because the younger fans don't really care for the old school stuff. Now, if it featured the current product (John Cena, Jeff Hardy, Batista etc), then I think they'd care. That's the sense I get from people who subscribe (young fans) to my MySpace page.


    I've been a member of WWE.com Legacy since it first debuted back in July 2004. I think it was July 2004. It was known as WWE Match Jukebox. Then it went from that to WWE 24/7 Online to WWE.com Legacy.