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ECW: Bloodsport - The Most Violent Matches

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WWE: Bloodsport ECW's Most Violent Matches (2-Disc)(DVD)

This 2-DVD set features 19 of the most brutal matches in the history of "ECW - Extreme Championship Wrestling," hand-selected by the evil genius of wrestling, Paul Heyman, who introduces every violent match. Whether you're looking for barbed wire, flaming tables, branding irons or death-defying lucha libre, this collection is sure to satisfy the most extreme ECW enthusiasts. All your favorite ECW stars appear, including Sabu, Tazz, Tommy, Dreamer, Cactus Jack, the Dudley Boyz, Raven, Sandman, Terry Funk and many more - and they're all out for blood. Be warned - this package isn't for the faint of heart! But if it's the most extreme of the extreme that you desire, look no further! Disc 1 - "ECW World Tag Team Championship Match" - Hardcore TV 8/27/94 - Cactus Jack & Mikey Whipwreck vs. Public Enemy. "Extreme Warfare, Vol. 1" - 3/18/95 - Sandman & Terry Funk vs. Cactus Jack & Shane Douglas. "Taipei Death Match" - Hardcore Heaven 7/1/95 - Ian Rotten vs. Axl Rotten "Mexican Death Match" - November 2 Remember 11/18/95 - Rey Misterio Jr. vs. Psicosis "Four Corners Match For The ECW Television Title" - Heatwave 6/13/96 - Shane Douglas vs. Chris Jericho vs. 2 Cold Scorpio vs. Pitbull #2 "Weapons Match" -Hardcore Heaven 6/22/96 - Tommy Dreamer vs. Brian Lee "Stretcher Match" - The Doctor Is In 8/3/96 - Rob Van Dam vs. Sabu "3-Way Dance #1 Contender's Match for the ECW World Heavyweight Championship" - Barely Legal 4/13/97 - Terry Funk vs. Sandman vs. Stevie Richards Disc 2 - "Barbed Wire Match For The ECW World Heavyweight Championship" - Born to be Wired 8/9/97 - Sabu vs. Terry Funk "Intergender Match" - As Good As It Gets 9/20/97 - Beulah McGillicutty vs. Bill Alfonso "ECW Death Match" - Heatwave 8/2/98 - Tazz vs. Bam Bam Bigelow "ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match" - Hardcore TV 1/17/99 - Tazz vs. Shane Douglas "Chicago Street Fight Falls Count Anywhere Match For The ECW Tag Team Championship" - Hardcore TV 7/5/99 - Dudley Boyz vs. Spike Dudley & Balls Mahoney "ECW World Heavyweight Championship Match" - Guilty As Charged 1/9/00 - Mike Awesome vs. Spike Dudley "ECW On TNN 2/25/00" - Rhino vs. Sandman "3-Way Dance" - ECW On TNN 3/3/00 - Super Crazy vs. Yoshihiro Tajiri vs. Little Guido "'I Quit' Match" - Guilty As Charged 1/7/01 - Tommy Dreamer vs. C.W. Anderson - Alternate Commentary with Tommy Dreamer and Jonathan Coachman "ECW One Night Stand" 6/12/05 - Mike Awesome vs. Masato Tanaka.


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Product Details

  • Actors: Paul Heyman
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: WWE Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: January 3, 2012
  • Run Time: 315 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000E0WJR8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #23,507 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Ervin Griffin on February 12, 2006
Despite the fact that its WWE owned now, I have to give WWE a little credit in that at least they recognize that ECW, years after its demise, still has power!

ECW: Bloodsport featured matches that I've never seen before so I was happy to pay $18 bucks to purchase it! Here are the matches:


Catcus Jack & Mikey Whipwreck Vs. Public Enemy (ECW World Tag Team Championship Match) - I am not sure but I think ECW was still EASTERN CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING at this point. Even back in those days though, it was already EXTREME! The match itself sees Mikey take a beating as well as Catcus but still pulls off an upset against the favored P.E.

Sandman & Terry Funk Vs. Cactus Jack and Shane "Franchise" Douglas - A wild affair from 1995 which saw the introduction of the flaming branding iron!

Axl Rotten Vs. Ian Rotten (Taipei Death Match) - Taking a page from the Jean Claude Van Damn movie "Kickboxer", these two have an anything goes match with taped fists mixed with superglue and beer glass! VERY BLOODY BOUT!

Rey Mystero, Jr. Vs. Psicosis (Mexican Death Match) - These two went at in a match where you must answer a 10 count or lose the bout! Similiar to a "Last Man Standing" match but you must gain a pinfall or submission prior to the 10 count!

Shane "Franchise" Douglas Vs. Chris "Lionheart" Jericho Vs. 2 Cold Scorpio Vs. Pitbull #2 (ECW TV Title Match) - This was done Four Corners style where you had to tag in and out. It went on until only one man remained! This match saw Douglas win the TV title and the beginning of a long team-up with Francine, who turned on Pitbull #2 during this match.

Tommy Dreamer Vs.
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Bloodsport: ECW Most Violent Matches include some of the most brutal, extreme matches in ECW history. If you are a fan of brutal moves and some extreme shows of violence, this is the DVd for you!


ECW World Tag Team Champiionships

The Public Enemy vs. Cactus Jack and Mikey Whipwreck:

Okay match to start the show. The Public Enemy beats up Whipwreck and Cactus Jack brawls with them as well all over the building. Rocko Rock even moonsaults off the turnbuckle onto Cactus Jack through a table. Mikey Whipwreck rolls up Rocko Rock out of nowhere and gets the pin. 7/10

Cactus Jack and Shane Douglas vs. Terry Funk and The Sandman:

Brawling all over the building by all four men. Weapons included were kendo sticks, chairs, and even a section of guardrail. Cactus gives the Cactus Clothesline left and right, but The Sandman and Terry Funk take out Shane Douglas with the guardrail. In the end Terry Funk comes in with a FLAMING branding iron and brandishes Cactus Jack! Terry Funk and The Sandman win the match. 8.5/10

Taipei Death Match

Axl Rotten vs. Ian Rotten:

This is just very bloody and gruesome! Both men had taped hands with glue on them covered in broken glass. Let it be known that there is not one wrestling move in this whole match. Both men In the match get cut open and bleed heavily. In the end Ian gets slammed on top of thumbtacks and Axl wins with a big splash on top of him. 8/10

Mexican Death Match

Psichosis vs. Rey Mysterio:

A very high flying match that had Rey take a pounding throughout the entire match. They fight all over the ring and the crowd, the only way to win was to pin your opponent and then he had to get to his feet before a count of 10.
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This is a pretty sweet combination of some really good & brutal matches. Almost everyone else has put up the matches on the dvd,so i am gonna talk about the quality. The first few matches are okay but not much bloodshed,until the Taipei Deathmatch however the other Taipei match with the same 2 guys where Axl pulls a fork out & starts prodding Ian's forehead,that was vicious ! But then again this match was nice. The matches with Dreamer are always good but i wish the scaffold match was in it,Tommy never disappoints. The Dudley Boyz match was insane with the
amount of table action. The followup match with Spike Dudley
competeing for the Heavyweight title was intense,he fought like hell but didn't quit & i thought that was wicked. The Sabu barb wire match was insane with Sabu really getting a beating but he took the win,he did some really insane technical and high-flying stunts that just make him such a legend. A truly hardcore match. The Stretcher match was really technical with Sabu vs RVD i enjoyed that because the 2 rivals work so well together & eventually become a team.(RVD coming out to aid Sabu in the barbwire match) The Mexican Deathmatch had no bloodshed or nothing like that but lots of high risk stunts. The 3 Way Dance match for the title was brutal and i loved every minute of it. The 4 corners match was crazy,bodies & battery everywhere. Tazz vs Shane Douglace was kinda tame but it shows just how strong Tazz is & i personally thought he was a very good wrestler & way better than being a commentator. Rhino vs Sandman was shirt but Rhino gave 1 hell of an ass whipping to Sandman & i wish there was more Rhino matches here. 3 way dance with Tajiri,Lil' Guido & Supercrazy was really cool cuz i had no idea Tajiri was with ECW because i grew up in the 90s & prolly don't remember.
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