This one should be another no-brainer. While the movie itself can be considered a guilty pleasure for how stupidly goofy it is, it would almost be an insult to give it to a wrestling fan.
The movie portrays wrestling fans as the stupidest people on earth, so much so that the main characters almost violently believe wrestling to be real and that it is their goal in life to help their favorite wrestler become champion again.
Yet what is more insulting is the fallout that occurred after the movie came out when David Arquette was awarded the WCW Heavyweight Title as part of promotion for the movie. For many, the title win signified the final nail in WCW's coffin, to which almost all the blame was placed upon rather than Arquette who—to his credit—fought to not be given the title.
The only real positive thing that came out of the whole debacle was that Arquette donated all of the money he earned working for WCW to the families of Owen Hart and Brian Pillman, who died around the time of the movie, as well as to Darren Drozdov who had been paralyzed after an in-ring accident.
In the end, Ready to Rumble DVDs will always be a reminder of one of the worst decisions ever made by a wrestling promotion, and the only way to rid the world of them would be to throw them in the landfill where you can find copies of E.T: The Extra-Terrestrial video game and Shaq-Fu.