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Disk 1

 

A Star is Born

International Sensation

Land of the Extreme

Arrival in WCW

Best in Show

Never Evvver the Same Again

Conspiracy Victim

Armbar

Greenberg

The Millennium Man

The Y2J Era Begins

Undisputed Champion

Highlight of the Night

The Highlight Reel

Facing an Idol

Total Buffoonery

You’re Fired!

Breaking Out

Fozzy

Time Away

Breaking the Code

An Honest Man

Career Renaissance

Save Us

The Best in the World at What I Do

 

Special Features

A Young Fanatic

 

Jack Action

 

Leon de Oro

 

The Thrillseekers Vignette #1

 

The Thrillseekers Vignette #2

 

"Have you heard of Chris Jericho?"

 

Paul Heyman’s Roommate

 

Mister Salty

 

The Man of 1,004 Holds

Nitro – March 30, 1998

 

Conspiracy Victim

Nitro – June 1, 1998 (2:30)

 

Father Knows Best

Thunder – June 11, 1998

 

"Hello, Lexington!"

Thunder – September 10, 1998

 

Do You Smell What Y2J is Cookin’?

RAW – October 30, 2000

 

Sharing a Beer with "Stone Cold" Steve Austin

Post-RAW – August 25, 2003

 

Jericho vs. The Old Man

Post-Smackdown! – November 17, 2009

 

Jericho’s Junction

 

Fozzy Music Video – Let the Madness Begin

 

Disk 2

 

"Cowboy" Chris Jericho vs. Lance T. Storm

Calgary, Alberta October 2, 1990

Alternate Commentary By: Chris Jericho & Matt Striker

 

The Thrill Seekers vs. The Infernos

Smoky Mountain Wrestling March 12, 1994

 

International Junior Heavyweight Championship Match

Chris Jericho vs. Ultimo Dragon

Japan July 7, 1995

Alternate Commentary By: Chris Jericho & Matt Striker

 

Chris Jericho vs. Cactus Jack

Hardcore TV March 12, 1996

 

WCW Cruiserweight Championship Match

Chris Jericho vs. Eddie Guerrero

Fall Brawl September 14, 1997

 

Mask vs. WCW Cruiserweight Championship Match

Chris Jericho vs. Juventud Guerrera

SuperBrawl VIII February 22, 1998

 

WCW Cruiserweight Championship Match

Chris Jericho vs. Dean Malenko

Nitro July 27, 1998

 

The Millennium Countdown Clock Expires

RAW August 9, 1999

 

Intercontinental Championship Match

Chris Jericho vs. Kurt Angle

No Way Out February 27, 2000

 

WWE Championship Match

Chris Jericho vs. Triple H

RAW April 17, 2000

 

WCW World Heavyweight Championship Match

Chris Jericho vs. The Rock

No Mercy October 21, 2001

 

Undisputed Championship Match

Chris Jericho vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin

Vengeance December 9, 2001

 

Disk 3

 

No Disqualification Match for the WWE Undisputed Championship

Chris Jericho vs. Hulk Hogan

SmackDown May 2, 2002

 

Chris Jericho vs. Shawn Michaels

WrestleMania XIX March 30, 2003

Alternate Commentary By: Chris Jericho & Matt Striker

 

WWE Championship You’re Fired Match

Chris Jericho vs. John Cena

RAW August 22, 2005

 

Save_US.Y2J

RAW November 19, 2007

 

Intercontinental Championship Match

Chris Jericho vs. Jeff Hardy

RAW March 10, 2008

 

Ladder Match for the World Heavyweight Championship

Chris Jericho vs. Shawn Michaels

No Mercy October 5, 2008

 

No Holds Barred Match for the Intercontinental Championship

Chris Jericho vs. Rey Mysterio

Extreme Rules June 7, 2009

 

Non-Title Match

Chris Jericho vs. Undertaker

SmackDown! November 13, 2009

 

World Heavyweight Championship Match

Chris Jericho vs. Edge

WrestleMania XXVI March 28, 2010

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On first glance, and maybe this is just my own biases, but it doesn't seem like there's enough SMW or ECW on there, just enough to show that he was in both places. I'm pretty sure the Thrillseekers had at least one TV match with Well Dunn on SMW TV, and that would seem like a better choice than a squash win over the Infernos. Likewise, if I remember, the Cactus match was from his last weekend in the company and was more about spotlighting him than Jericho, the TV title win over Pitbull 2 might have been a better choice there, or the Jericho/Scorpio match from Jericho's last weekend in the company, which I remember being pretty good.

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I recently bought a Wrestling Gold DVD pair that features a lot of Smoky Mountain Wrestling stuff, including the Night of Legends show from Aug. 5, 1994, and that one has the infamous Thrillseekers-Heavenly Bodies match where Jericho wrestled with a broken arm and did a five-alarm blade job to top it off. Given how much blood he spilled (referee Mark Curtis had his shirt covered with it), I wonder if they felt it was too much blood for the DVD.

 

I will say one thing about this DVD set, though: Getting the 1,004 holds promo on it is awesome.

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The way Jericho described it recently in something I read, it's him talking about his career, which is kind of unfortunate, as I'd be interested in hearing what other wrestlers have to say about him. If that is the case, the decision to not have other wrestlers praise him feels political, but maybe I'm wrong.

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Part of the official description says:

 

This 3-disc set includes a never-before-seen documentary on the life and times of Jericho featuring new candid interviews with Jericho and his rivals, as well as more than a dozen of his greatest matches.

So I don't get how others aren't interviewed. Heck, his old VHS tape had others being interviewed.

 

That said, the extras could've been better. A lot of repeated stuff from other DVDs, some understandable (the HBK WM19 match, for example), others I don't get (Angle from NWO 2000, Hogan from Smackdown). The early rarer stuff is part of the selling point for me, though. I also wish there were more promos, particularly from WCW. I'll judge the doc when I see it, as it's tough to tell from the chapters listing how good it'll be.

 

I'm still looking forward to it, but not as much as, say, the RAW 93-94 4-disc set that's out next week.

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My mistake then. Jericho had said it was just him talking about his career in an interview he did.

 

The Hogan matches I understand including, if only because they were pretty decent, and resulted in Hogan being a huge Jericho fan and telling people he's one of the two or three best guys he's ever worked with.

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Anyone watch this yet?

 

It really underscores that they waited too long to put a DVD out. Despite it doing an admirable job covering his career given time constraints. They rushed over his pre-WWE career a bit too quickly:

More or less skipping his Japan stint (lack or footage or not)

Glossing over his feud with Malenko in favour of the schticky bits (1,004 holds & conspiracy victim) and the Goldberg non-feud.

 

John Morrison and Evan Bourne are pure lameo as talking heads on otherwise a pretty choice selection of talking heads.

 

Jericho wanted to call The Highlight Reel Jericho's Junction!

 

Anyway the documentary is a really good production regardless.

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