WWE has added another classic RAW show from January 2000. They also added two other clips from that era. They have missed dated it in the description as from 2011 but it’s really from 2000. This show focuses on the reinstatement of Mick Foley to the WWF by HHH & Steph.
Today marks the start of the WWE Network’s 12 days of attitude. So far, four videos have been added to a section of the same name. Among them is the original Smackdown pilot from UPN in 1999. The first Smackdown has been available for months but the true first is now available.
It appears that several shows have been removed possibly only temporarily from on demand. As of this morning The Kliq episode of the Monday Night War is missing. Likewise, all 1995 Nitros have been pulled. It’s likely that only some reediting may be taking place or they were accidentally removed.
UPDATE: All Nitros have been added back.
Pwinsider.com is reporting that among new attitude era shows being added next week will be some Sunday Night Heat shows. This will go along with the 12 days of attitude beginning Sunday. Along side new RAWs and Smackdowns will also be quick clips of various moments from that era of WWE.
Season 2 of Total Divas has started showing up on the WWE network as of today. Four of the first five shows are up from the season. For some reason, the first show of season two is missing which is titled New Diva on the Block. This will likely continue to show up over the next few weeks.
WWE announced tonight on RAW that this Sunday would start the 12 days of attitude. No detailed information is known at this time but it will include the addition of new attitude era content in the on demand section.
The 1996 episodes have continued to be posted this week with the addition of shows 148-150. They are still missing episode 141 that was the first of 1996 and hopefully it will get added soon.
For a truly wrestlecrap moment, check out this newly added clip focusing on the WCW Yeti. You can find it here http://http://network.wwe.com/video/v37055947 .
Recently the full 1997 WWF One Night Only pay per view was added to the network. At launch the show was the old VHS version and was missing a Bret Hart vs Undertaker match. Reddit user Sg232 posted this find and I indeed found this to be true when checking it out. No similar changes to other shows have been noticed but could be out there as WWE continues a strong week of improvement for the overall network.
The 2010 DVD of the Top 50 Superstars of All Time has been added to the beyond the ring section. This brings the weeks total to 3 DVD releases being added to the network this week.