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Synopsis and More on WWE's "Best of WCW War Games" DVD and Blu-ray Set
By Marc Middleton
Feb 27, 2013 - 7:57:39 AM

- WWE's "Best of War Games" DVD and Blu-ray set will hit North American stores on June 25th. WWEDVDNews.com has revealed the synopsis for the set:

"BITTER RIVALRIES. MONUMENTAL MATCHES. THE MOST DANGEROUS BATTLES IN SPORTS ENTERTAINMENT.

Take one part Royal Rumble, one part Survivor Series, add in two punishing steel cages- and the result is a battle that spanned two rings and cemented a legacy as one of the most unpredictable and unmistakable matches of all time: War Games. WWE Hall of Famer Dusty Rhodes – the mind behind the mayhem – introduces some of the most famous War Games matches (featuring Ric Flair, Sting, the nWo, and more) and gives viewers a comprehensive look inside NWA/WCW’s most innovative concept that revolutionized sports entertainment."

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