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WWE: The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection

4.4 out of 5 stars 172 customer reviews

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Wooooooooo! This Is The Definitive Wrestling Collection Of Oneof The All Time Greats, Ric Flair. This 3 Disk Set Containsmatches And Interviews From The Record Setting 16 Time Worldchampion! Contains Classic Matches From The Past 3 Decades. Tobe The Man, Wooooo! You Gotta Beat The Man!

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Product Details

  • Actors: Ric Flair, WCW
  • Format: Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: World Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: November 18, 2003
  • Run Time: 630 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (172 customer reviews)
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  • ASIN: B0000DIJOW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #49,939 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Here is the official listings for this 3 DVD set due out November 18th, 2003.
"His name draws universal awe and admiration. He is the 16-time Heavyweight Champion of the world. He has held the World Championship more times than any competitor in the history of sports-entertainment. Fans around the world pay tribute by shouting his trademark "Woooooo!" He's influenced more Superstars than anyone else. There are legends and all-time greats, but there is only one Ric Flair.
Wrestling match footage from the 70's, 80's, 90's and today. This includes some of Ric's most famous matches with: Harley Race, Dusty Rhodes, Barry Windham, Ricky Steamboat, Terry Funk, and Sting.
Ric Flair vs. ... (shown in their entirety)
1. Harley Race Starrcade (11/24/83)
2. Dusty Rhodes Starrcade (11/28/85)
3. Barry Windham World Wide Wrestling (01/20/87)
4. Ricky Steamboat Clash of the Champions VI (04/02/89)
5. Ricky Steamboat WrestleWar (05/07/89)
6. Terry Funk I Quit Match Clash of the Champions IX (11/15/89)
7. Royal Rumble (01/19/92)
8. Sting Undisputed World Title Unification Clash of the Champions XXVII (06/23/94)
The DVD will also feature:
*Debut match with the WWWF vs. Pete Sanchez 3/1/76
*A day in the life of the Four Horsemen
*Flair'd match with Triple H from 5.19.03 Raw with a post-show tribute that has never-been-seen before on TV
Plus all the promos & controversies surrounding his greatest matches against Harley Race, Dusty Rhodes, Barry Windham, Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat, Terry Funk, Sting as well as his 1992 Royal Rumble victory.
BONUS: 6 hidden Easter eggs
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By A Customer on December 18, 2003
To say ths is the greatest DVD set in WWE history is an understatement. This si a must have for any wrestling fan. There are 10 full matches on the DVD, and I'll rate them out of five stars.
vs. Harley Race Starcade '83. ***1/2. This match is an excellent cage match that sees Flair regain the title. It drags on at times, and casual wrstling fans may grow restless. The DVD provides the promos leading up to the match, where Race puts a $25,000 bounty on Flair.
vs. Dusty Rhodes Starcade '85 ****. Probably the best match that these two have had. Once again, they do a great job of providing the story leading up to the match, when the Horsemen break Dusty's ankle.
vs. Barry Windham Worldwide Wrestling 1/20/87 ****1/2. This is an execllent 45 minute match feauting Flair facing Windhan in his prime. There are many twists and turns that get you in to the match. The commercial breaks (it was on TBS) and the confusing finish are the only thing that keep this from being a five star match.
vs. Ricky Steamboat Clash of the Champions VI *****. This was a two out of three falls match that is a technical masterpiece. Once again, it features the event leading up to the match, such as when Steamboat returns to the NWA in a tag match. This match leads up to the next match...
vs. Ricky Steamboat Wrestlewar '89 ****1/2. Again a great match. They call this match "The Greatest Match". While I prefer the previous match, this match is no dud. Flair wins back the title, and a post-match incident with Terry Funk leads up to...
vs. Terry Funk Clash of the Champions IX ****. After five technical matches, it is nice to see an all out brawl. This is an I Quit match and they inflict pain on each other.
Royal Rumble 1992 ****1/2. Flair puts on the performance of a lifetime in his only Rumble.
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Finally, the WWE has gotten it right. Ric Flair's DVD is by far and away the single greatest DVD ever produced in the wrestling industry. If you're a Flair fan, it's a must have even if you've seen the matches over and over again.
The buildup for his classic matches with Harley Race, Dusty Rhodes, Ricky Steamboat, Terry Funk, Sting, Barry Windham, and the '92 Royal Rumble are all included.
Besides the great matches, they do a sitdown interview with Flair and they discuss his career throughout each disc including his departure from WCW in 1991.
I've been a Flair fan for 15 years and there's a lot of stuff on here that I've never seen before such as many of the lead-in items with the Race match.
Also, there are somewhere between 5-7 easter eggs featuring some of Flair's best promos. Plus, check out the two features on disc 2 involving the Four Horsemen. Tully Blanchard and Arn Anderson talk about the history and the lifestyle of the Four Horsemen.
Overall, it's a great DVD that trumps anything the WWE has done before. It makes Hogan's 2-disc DVD set look like child's play.
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Hardcore Flair fans like me are going to always expect more, because we have so many memories of the man, I just beg the WWE brass to at least bring out a Volume II and at least cover some of his feuds with Greg Valentine, Wahoo McDaniel, The Brisco Brothers, Roddy Piper, Jimmy Garvin, Andre the Giant, Lex Luger, Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, Vader, Nikta Koloff, as well as some footage of his feud with the Hollywood Blonds, Arn Anderson and some footage of his AWA days and his beginning in the NWA, and if they have it I request his match with the other Nature Boy, the legendary Buddy Rogers and the match in North Korea when he faced Antonio Inoki. Some footage between him and Bob Backlund, Sgt. Slaughter, and Bret Hart would of been cool. New school wrestling fans just need to know.
Now on with this superb DVD.
My personal favorite is the Harley Race segment. I think fans of the Attitude and Sports Entertainment era need to pay extra attention here, as it clips show how well both Flair and Race sold this feud, and how well the build up to their classic match at Starcade 83 was done. And for those who asks, who's Harley Race and what's the big fuss, this should answer all those questions.
The Dusty Rhodes section brought back a lot of memories, because it was around that time I began watching the NWA. I really miss watching Dusty, he wasn't much to look at, but he was very mobile for a guy his size and so charasmatic, you forgot he was say, a big fat guy. Flair-Rhodes feud in the mid 80's made me the wrestling junking I am today.
The Barry Windham section was a shocker, but I am more than happy they added it on. Totally agree with Flair when he stated Windham never got his due.
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