05/02/2006 proudly presents the release of its two newest PRIDE FC DVDs: "TOTAL ELIMINATION 2005" (double disc headlined by the "Axe Murderer," Wanderlei Silva vs Judo legend Hidehiko Yoshida) and BUSHIDO 3 (single disc featuring Team Gracie vs. Team Japan). The third dvd is a re-release of "DEMOLITION" (single disc highlighted by Don Frye vs Takayama and Bob Sapp vs Kiyoshi Tamura). These latest releases are hitting the shelves right now and are a must-own for all you hardcore fans, so get yours today!

This tournament event features the PRIDE middleweight champion Wanderlei Silva in an all out war against the Japanese Olympic judo gold medallist, Hidehiko Yoshida. Meanwhile, Mauricio "Shogun" Rua brings the fight to Quinton "Rampage" Jackson, leaving only one man standing at the end. Witness Brazilian Jiujitsu against good old-fashioned wrestling as Antonio Noguiera takes on "Dangerous" Dan Henderson. This star-studded card also featuring legends such as Igor Vovchanchyn, Kazushi Sakuraba, Vitor Belfort, Kevin Randleman and Alistair Overeem.

Get ready for Team Gracie vs. Team Japan part 2 as Takanori Gomi goes head to head with Ralph Gracie, Ryan Gracie battles Ikuhisa "The Punk" Minowa and Ryo Chonan mixes it up with Ricardo Almeida. This exciting card also includes the "Croatian Sensation" Mirko Crocop against Japanese MMA Hiromitsu Kanehara as well as Carlos Newton vs Daiju Takase. Also featuring Kazuhiro Nakamura, Akira Shoji, Yoshihisa Yamamoto and Chalid Arrab.

With a title like Demolition, you can only expect the card to be headlined by an explosive brawl between former American pro boxer Don Frye and Japanese pro wrestler Yoshihiro Takayama. Neither one knows how to give up and won't stop until only one man is left standing. Witness one of the greatest slugfests and display of showmanship ever witnessed in PRIDE history! If that doesn't quench your thirst for blood, there's always more as the 350 lb "Beast" Bob Sapp squares off against Japan's Kiyoshi Tamura and PRIDE heavyweight champion Fedor Emelianenko and Golden Glory Kickboxer Sammy Schilt take it to the ring.