Steve Austin DVD & Misc News

Disc Announcements, News

These are the matches being reported for the upcoming Steve Austin DVD set:


– vs Brian Pillman (WCW Clash of the Champions XXV)
– vs Ricky Steamboat (WCW United States Title, Clash of the Champions XXVIII)
– vs Mikey Whipwreck vs Sandman (ECW Championship, December 1995)
– vs Savio Vega (Caribbean Strap Match, In Your House 8: Beware of Dog)
– vs Bret Hart (Survivor Series 1996)


– vs Yokozuna (SummerSlam 1996)
– Terry Funk confrontation (Shotgun Saturday Night , 1997)


– vs The Undertaker (WWE Championship, In Your House 15: Cold Day in Hell)
– w/ Shawn Michaels vs Owen Hart & British Bulldog (WWE World Tag Team Titles, Raw, May 1997)
– vs Shawn Michaels (King of the Ring 1997)
– w/ Dude Love vs Owen Hart & British Bulldog (WWE World Tag Team Titles, Raw, June 1997)
– vs Owen Hart (WWE Intercontinental Title, SummerSlam 1997)
– vs Dude Love (WWE Championship, Unforgiven 1998)
– vs Kane (WWE Championship, First Blood, King of the Ring 1998)
– vs Kane (WWE Championship, Raw, June 1998)


– vs The Rock (WWE Championship, Backlash 1999)
– vs Eddie Guerrero (Smackdown, November 2000)
– vs Triple H (Survivor Series 2000)
– vs Triple H (3 Stage of Hell, No Way Out 2001)
– vs The Rock (WWE Championship, WrestleMania 17)

The FYE version of the release comes with a free copy of the Stone Cold Said So DVD that was released a few years ago.

In other news:

– Ken Kennedy got married last weekend.

– Apparently, WWE wants to get Britney Spears to appear on one of their shows.

– According to the Ohio Beacon Journal, Batista was stopped by a man pretending to be an undercover police officer as he drove from a WWE event on 5 January. Batista became suspicious and contacted the genuine local police but they were unable to find the pretender.

– The TWC Fight! channel in the UK has been rebranded as The Fight Network UK, following a takeover by the Canadian network.

– WWE has an article up about the Royal Rumble in Madison Square Garden here.

Credit: PWInsider, WrestlingObserver, TMZ,