Post by The Stranger on Feb 24, 2014 19:02:02 GMT -5
Trying to c+p everyone's reports here:
Shows that are the home video version rather than the live/full PPV: The Big Event 1986 (Coliseum) Survivor Series 1988 (WWE Home Video Survivor Series Anthology) Survivor Series 1989 (WWE Home Video Survivor Series Anthology) WCW Halloween Havoc 1990 (missing multiple matches) King of the Ring 1993 (Coliseum) King of the Ring 1994 (Coliseum) King of the Ring 1995 (Coliseum) SummerSlam 1995 (Coliseum) WCW Fall Brawl 1995 King of the Ring 1996 (Coliseum) WCW Bash at the Beach 1996 WCW Hog Wild 1996 SummerSlam 1996 (Coliseum) In Your House: It's Time (Coliseum) In Your House: Final Four (Coliseum) In Your House: A Cold Day in Hell (Coliseum) In Your House: Canadian Stampede (Coliseum) SummerSlam 1997 (Coliseum) One Night Only 1997 (Singh/Cassidy, Patriot/Funk, Bret/Undertaker not included) Royal Rumble 1998 (WWF Home Video; Network airing doesn't include the two home video exclusive segments) No Way Out 1998 (WWF Home Video) WCW Great American Bash 1999 SummerSlam 1999 (WWF Home Video; the WWF Home Video logo even appears on screen at the end of the show)
Heat Wave 1998 is missing Candido/Storm video package
Royal Rumble 1991 is missing two WM VII plugs (but one is left in after Slaughter/Warrior)
Royal Rumble 1989 is the live PPV version and airs the women's title match and the Warrior/Rude posedown in the correct order. (Coliseum Video and the 2007 DVD had swapped their placement in the show.)
Over the Edge 1999: added a RIP Owen Hart graphic at the start of the show, removed the Blue Blazer promo with Kevin Kelly, the Blue Blazer video package, all of JR and Kings updates on Owen, and the Jeff Jarrett promo with Kevin Kelly.
Not edited: Vader calling himself a fat piece of shit on Over the Edge 1998 (Yes!)
Post by The Enforcer on Feb 24, 2014 22:24:49 GMT -5
I noticed that some of the other WCW music was edited as well. Been watching a bit of SuperBrawl VIII and I noticed that Rick Martel and La Parka came out to different music compared to the original broadcast/VHS release. Disco Inferno's music is still in though so it isn't all bad.