If the Wrestlemania Legacy DVDs sells well, I hope the WWE follows that up by releasing every Starrcade on DVD. If Vince McMahan's ego would allow it to happen, and that is a big if, these would be the issues that would have to be cleared. 1) Music rights, especially in the early Starrcade. Which used popular songs as theme music. They used the "Stayin Alive" as the theme musie for the early Starrcades. And the WWE doesn't have the rights to all of the original NWA / WCW music. For example, in the Ric Flair DVD, they took out Sting's music (the wrestler, not the singer) for his Clash of Champions XXVII interview. 2) Jessie Ventura and Gary Cappeta royalties. From what, not would they have to clear the rights to use Ventura's commentaries, but they have similar issues for ring announcer Gary Cappeta. 3) Will they use the closed circuit and Pay Per View versions. I hope they do for all of the Starrcades, but I think the closed circuit version of Starrcade 85 is lost forever. And on Starrcade 86, they should use the closed circuit version, and have the Road Warriors / Midnight Express Skywalkers promo that was used excusively on the home video release as a bonus.