A new WWE Network and Peacock compilation is now available. The Best Of WWE: The History Of The World Heavyweight Championship can be viewed on demand at any time on both platforms. This highlights major matches & moments from both versions of “The Big Gold”.
The History Of The World Heavyweight Championship
Hosted by Matt Camp, this compilation highlights major World Heavyweight Championship matches from JCP, WCW, and WWE. In total, 7 matches or segments are available. This includes content from 1983 up until 2013. The compilation runs for about 4 hours and 8 minutes.
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Below is the synopsis for this special:
Featuring iconic battles such as Ric Flair vs. Harley Race, Edge vs. Undertaker, and Randy Orton vs. John Cena, these are the biggest matches in the history of one of sports-entertainment’s most prestigious titles, the World Heavyweight Championship.
Below is the match and segment listing in order of the WWE Network chapters:
- Ric Flair vs. Harley Race – Starrcade 1983.
- Ric Flair vs. Sting – Great American Bash 1990.
- Elimination Chamber – Survivor Series 2002.
- Triple H vs. Batista – Vengeance 2005.
- Edge vs. The Undertaker – WrestleMania 24.
- John Cena vs. Edge – Backlash 2009.
- John Cena vs. Randy Orton – TLC 2013.
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