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Old 12-10-05, 04:00 PM
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Who would you like to see in the WWE Legends series?

1.)Harley Race; 2.)Dusty Rhodes ;3.)Managers(Albano,G.Wizard,Blassie,etc.);4.)The Four Horsemen ;5.)Great Tag Teams 6.)Bobo Brazil(wouldn't know if they would have enough footage) ;7.)Ernie Ladd ;8.)Face to Heel,Heel to Face 9.)Greatest Interviews;10.)Rowdy Roddy Piper(includes all the Piper Pit segments)

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Old 12-10-05, 04:08 PM
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Old 12-10-05, 04:43 PM
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Four Horseman for sure...I would of said Sting, but he just signed with TNA/
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Old 12-10-05, 05:50 PM
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Piper. Definitely.
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Old 12-10-05, 05:53 PM
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Surprised no one has mentioned the Macho Man. I'd love that. I was a huge mark for him before he left for Turner's money.
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Old 12-10-05, 06:40 PM
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I'm all in for the Macho Man. How about a manager one with Bobby Heenan? How about Tag Teams of the 80s?
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Old 12-10-05, 08:00 PM
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"A Pat on the Back : The Barry Horowitz Story"


seriously A Macho Man DVD is a must, so is Piper.

How about a Hall & Nash one?
Who's Next : The Bill Goldberg story
need one for Jericho and Booker T
The Road Warriors DVD was cool how about more spotlighting Tag Teams... British Bulldogs & Steiner Brothers come to mind.
A Rise and Fall of WCW would be nice.
I like the idea of a Four Horseman DVD
I'd also like to see an nWo DVD... done right this time, covering the whole history of the nWo, the last one had how they formed in WCW and skipped right into the WWE invasion, hardly anything at all about the nWo Hollywood vs nWo Wolfpac fued or the nWo 2000 group.
A DX DVD too.
also... Don Muraco, Harley Race, Ken Patera, King Kong Bundy, Bobby Heenan...
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"A Pat on the Back : The Barry Horowitz Story"

That is the funniest thing i've read today. I would pre-order that thing right now. Now gimme a Dwayne Gill set.
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Another vote for this guy:
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Old 12-10-05, 10:58 PM
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How about a set for the best tag-team of all time.
The Steiner brothers.

And I could use a Z Man 3 disc set too.
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Originally Posted by dadaluholla
"A Pat on the Back : The Barry Horowitz Story"

That is the funniest thing i've read today. I would pre-order that thing right now. Now gimme a Dwayne Gill set.
Then we might as well have one titled "The Blow Away Diet: Playboy Buddy Rose"
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Old 12-11-05, 02:19 AM
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Steiners? Meh. If part of a "Tag Teams" collection then maybe. Their WWE run was nothing spectacular, mostly hype. Their work after leaving the WWE was sort of embarrasing except for a little of the Big Poppa Pump stuff right before WCW died. I can certainly do without the "where's Rick Steiner" news bits.

Now the Dudleys could be an awesome set. That run of TLCs and table matches was real good. They could do a whole segment of when Bubba was putting the women through tables leading up to Trish Stratus.
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Old 12-11-05, 04:40 AM
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I don't know how much really old footage the WWE might have in their vaults, but I'd like to see some releases of real classic stuff--pre-1970. I have matches on DVD going as far back as 1920, but overall I don't have a ton of stuff prior to the mid 80's. I'd like to see some old matches with the likes of Killer Kowalski, Bruno Sammartino, Lou Thesz and others from that era. Some of these guys are still around, so it'd be great to get their involvement while they're still around.
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Old 12-11-05, 07:40 AM
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I wanna see a greatest Tag Teams of the 80's set.

15 tag teams profiled the same way they profiled the greatest stars of the 80's.

1.Fabulous freebirds
2.British bulldogs
3.Hart foundation
4.The rockers
5.Rock n roll express
6.Midnight express
7.Demolition
8.Road warriors
9.The Four Horsemen (ole/arn tully/arn etc.)
10.The Koloffs
11.Von erichs (kevin/kerry)
12.Killer bee's
13.Wild Samoans
14.The Dream Team
15.Fabulous Rougeaus

Also, Greatest stars of the 90's. 15 superstars profiled....
1.Stone cold
2.The Rock
3.Mick Foley
4.Sting
5.Bret Hart
6.Shawn Michaels
7.Undertaker
8.Goldberg
9.Kevin Nash
10.Scott Hall
11.Sabu
12.Owen Hart
13.Lex Luger
14. Sid Vicious
15. Curt Hennig or Big Van Vader
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i wanna see one on piper, the von erich's, and mr perfect
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Lots of sets listed that I'd pick up. One name I haven't seen yet is Paul Orndorff...great heel or face. How about a Sgt. Slaughter set (excluding his stuff after he was fired for trying to start a union). I've heard they're working on sets for Roddy Piper and the Four Horsemen for next year. Sting told them he was open to working on a set...but now that he's back with TNA that isn't happening. I'd like to see a Kurt Angle set. There's plenty more on Flair they could release. Bruiser Brody....but I don't think they have much footage on him, but his wife signed a legends merchandising contract...he was certainly an interesting character with a story and he had several memorable matches...but most of the guys who could tell the stories aren't with WWE. A Jerry Lawler one with his Memphis footage (which WWE doesn't own) would be incredible....Lawler could do a money promo, was a great as a heel and a face...and everyone came through Memphis in those days.

I've heard rumors they've already started work on the "Pat on the Back" set...but it's not the Barry Horowitz story....it's the Sylvan story.
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ooooohhhh yyyeeeeaaaahhhh
Another vote for a macho man set from me.

And I'd love to see a Sting set as well.
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Old 12-11-05, 05:51 PM
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Supposedly a Piper three disc set is in the works.

I'm surprised they have not done a Sgt. Slaughter set yet since they have the NWA and AWA footage that could make it a comprehensive set.

Since Steamboat and Rhodes are working for them, I wouldn't be surprised to see sets of them in the next year or two.

I would love a greatest tag teams of the 80's set (Midnight Express, R&R Express, British Bulldogs).

If they ever obtain the World Class and Mid South area footage, it would be great to see a Von Erichs set and a Freebirds set.
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Old 12-11-05, 08:04 PM
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I would be all over a Tag Team set. I mentioned that would be one of my most anticipated DVDs should it be released in another wrestling DVD thread. Seeing matches with the Bulldogs, Hart Foundation, Skeik/Volkoff, etc would be amazing.
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Old 12-11-05, 10:36 PM
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Hogan, Savage, Piper, Four Horsemen, nWo (something a bit better than Back in Black, eh?), D-Generation X, Michaels (something a bit better than From the Vault, eh?), Jericho, Angle, Steamboat, Flair Part 2, Bret Part 2, The Rockers, Demolition, Austin, Rock, Sting...yeah, that's it.
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