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WWE Network Adds More Home Video Classic Episodes

The WWE Network is adding more episodes of Home Video Classics, which will include memorable matches featuring the likes of The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels, among others.

Below is part of the WWE.com statement:

"Bask in the nostalgia of the unforgettable “Home Video Classics” series with this new WWE Network release. Relive some of your favorite matches starring your childhood heroes or experience them for the very first time, exclusively on demand on WWE Network."

This is a huge win for the WWE fans that love re-watching their favorite superstars to ever live. Obviously, it's nearly impossible to find such classic matches on the internet unless they've been uploaded by WWE.

Fans can now watch specials on The Undertaker: He Buries Them Alive, The Life and Times of Captain Lou Albano and others, as well as a feature on Shawn Michaels and the "best hits" of his career.

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Home Video Classics features dozens of episodes, which center around certain WWE legends and their careers in the '80s and '90s. The oldest episode, "The Hart Foundation," dates back to June 24, 1987. Obviously, that centers around the legendary Hart Wrestling Family, and the dynasty that they've become.

WWE Network also did a collection on 'Macho Man' Randy Savage called " Macho Madness." There, they detailed his strong and colorful wrestling personality, iconic promos and some of Savage's greatest matches.

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Other episodes include features on 'Hacksaw' Jim Duggan, Hulk Hogan, George 'The Animal' Steele, a collection of "Most Embarrassing Moments," hosted by 'Mean' Gene Okerlund, and an excellent story on British Bull Dog, Davey Boy Smith.

WWE Network was first launched in 2014, which includes dozens of shows featuring current superstars and classic match replays. The Home Video Classics features more than 30 episodes in period, and WWE is only adding more and more of them to the network.

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