WWE Most Powerful Families in Wrestling DVD Details

Here is the line-up for WWE’s The Most Powerful Families in Wrestling DVD, due for release on the 5th June:

– Bob Orton Jr & Sr vs Geoff Portz & Rocky Smith (21/04/76, Florida)
– Peter Maiva & Jay Strongbow vs Ali Baba & Baron Scicluna (27/09/77, WWF)
– Kevin, David & Kerry Von Erich vs Bill Irwin, Frank Dusek & Ten Gu (25/12/81, WCCW)
– Blackjack Mulligan & Barry Windham vs Rick Harris & Jim Nelson (13/01/82, Mid-Atlantic)
– The Briscos vs Ricky Steamboat & Jay Youngblood (Starrcade 1983)
– Curt Hennig vs Greg Gagne (15/05/88, AWA Title)
– Chavo Sr, Hector & Mando Guerrero vs Mike Enos, Krusher Krugnoff & Tom Burton (04/09/88, AWA)
– The Fabulous Rougeau Brothers vs The Bushwhackers (20/02/89, MSG)
– Barry & Kendall Windham vs Lex Luger & Michael Hayes (18/03/89, WCW)
– Bret, Owen, Bruce & Keith Hart vs Shawn Michaels & His Knights (Survivor Series 1993)
– Dory & Terry Funk vs Public Enemy (24/06/94, ECW)
– Dusty & Dustin Rhodes vs Terry Funk & Bunkhouse Buck (Clash of the Champions XXVIII)
– Rocky Maivia vs The Sultan (WrestleMania XIII)
– Jerry Lawler & Brian Christopher vs Ivan & Scott Putski (14/07/97, Raw)
– Eddie & Chavo Jr vs Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas (18/09/03, Smackdown)
– Randy Orton vs The Undertaker (SummerSlam 2005)

The DVD is hosted by Carlito and focuses on the Ortons, Guerreros, Windhams, McMahons, Grahams, Gagnes, Harts, Vachons, Colons, Von Erichs, Rougeaus, Briscos and Maivias/Johnsons. There is also a section covering fake families like the Gunns, Garvins, Godwinns, Koloffs and Andersons.

Other DVD release dates include WCCW on the 18th September and Steve Austin on the 20th November. Michael Hayes, Jimmy Garvin and Buddy Roberts all went to a bar after shooting footage for the WCCW DVD in Stamford and, according to the Wrestling Observer, it was a wild scene. Somebody pissed in Roberts’ drink and, without knowing, he drank it. It used to be a Freebird tradition to piss on the people they liked. Before things got too out of hand they released it was not 1983 anymore and went home.

Credit: Wrestling Observer Newsletter, 14th May 2007 (click here for subscription information)