Being a fan of the WWF in the mid 80s through the early 90s, I watch a lot of old PPVs on the Network. While I am thrilled to have access to all of this footage, there are small differences that lessen the viewing experience a bit. I understand the reason for replacing certain entrance themes with filler music or different themes, but I wish the replays were more authentic. Still, I get it and I can sit through an edited entrance song and Finkel introduction a few times per show. But another kind of revision exists to this day and I think it's ridiculous. A well-known example of WWE trying to change history is the audible reaction to Sid eliminating Hogan during the '92 Rumble. The live crowd cheered Hogan's elimination and also booed after the match when Hogan looked to them for support in his stand off with Sid. WWE changed this on DVDs and the Network to make it sound like the crowd was booing Sid and cheering for Hogan. I can understand--though not agree with--their motivation for protecting their hero and their plans at that time. But the edited version still exists today. Why? How insecure is it to feel the need to continue to put out this misinformation? I don't think Hulk merchandise sales are going to take a hit if today's viewers learn the truth about his waning popularity in 1992. This morning, I had WrestleMania 7 on in the background and heard canned cheers for the Undertaker during his entrance. This did not happen. In fact, I remember clearly how when the gong hit at WMVIII, how odd it sounded that it was followed by cheers because Taker had actually just turned face. A 1991 Undertaker entrance needs editing? What is the harm in showing 20- and 30-year-old videos the way they actually were?