If one peruses the WWE video market, he or she would be surprised to find that several wrestlers, who are deserving of having their historic careers chronicled for posterity, don't yet have a DVD/Blu-ray to their name.
The Ultimate Warrior notwithstanding, the performers who've been stamped with the DVD seal of approval have been celebrated by their peers for their outstanding resumes.
In fact, some of them—like Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Steve Austin, Ric Flair, Hulk Hogan, Undertaker, The Rock, Edge, Bret Hart and so on—have had (or will have) more than one two/three-disc set highlighting their most famous matches.
It's a shame, however, that, instead of spreading the wealth and taking full advantage of its library, the WWE continually focuses its resources on the same group of names.
Not counting performers who are under contract with another wrestling company (i.e., Kurt Angle and Sting), or are deceased (i.e., Rick Rude and The British Bulldog), there are eight living legends who deserve a documentary and a slate of their best bouts on DVD/Blu-ray.
Also, it goes without saying that the legends need to not only sign off on their involvement with such a project (unlike Bruno Sammartino, who wants nothing to do with the WWE), but be physically able to participate in the making of it (sadly, unlike Scott Hall).