First WWE DVDs Confirmed for 2013, Mick Foley Talks 2013 WWE DVD

October 5, 2012 by Mark D

As revealed by the recent 2013 WWE DVD Schedule published by WWE, the first DVD and Blu-ray sets confirmed for next year are: TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2012 (January 15) and The Best of Raw and SmackDown 2012 (January 29).

Following the precedent set by last years Best of Raw and SmackDown set, the 2013 edition will also be a released as a Four Disc DVD and Three Disc Blu-ray set.

The official synopsis for the Best of Raw and SmackDown 2012 has also been released:

For the WWE Universe, there are 5 hours of appointment television every week, as Raw on Monday nights and SmackDown on Friday nights continue to offer the most shocking, surprising, athletic, humorous, and dramatic moments on ongoing television. With The Best of Raw & SmackDown 2012, relive all the best prime time action featuring John Cena, CM Punk, Sheamus, Randy Orton and all the top Superstars in WWE. This 4-DVD (or 3-Blu Ray) release will include more than 11 hours of the best of Raw and SmackDown!


Also first confirmed by the 2013 WWE Home Video Schedule, WWE are working on a documentary feature looking at the storied career or Mick Foley. Recently on his Twitter account (@realMickFoley), Foley confirmed that he had completed two days of filming for the set and also rumoured some alternate commentary with himself and Joey Styles.

@realMickFoley: Just wrapped up two days of interviews for my DVD. Lots of cool extras, rare matches. Maybe some added commentary with me and @JoeyStyles ?

Then, when asked by a fan if The Rock would be making an appearance on the set, Mick responded:

@realMickFoley: Yeah – I was able to ask for many specific wrestlers – both past and present to be part of the DVD. Eclectic blend of cats.

Currently Mick Foley’s WWE DVD Documentary is scheduled for release on April 16, 2013, stick with WWEDVDNews.com for all the latest on this and the other Home Video releases for this year and next.


SilverVision.co.uk have added their final ever release to their website; The Road to WrestleMania 2012.

After being added to the website last week, and promptly removed from sale, The Road to WrestleMania 2012 has now been added back onto the site and is available for pre-order.

This four disc set features the Royal Rumble 2012, Elimination Chamber 2012 and a 2 disc version of WrestleMania XXVIII. This one is scheduled to be in stock in just a few weeks, so head over to SilverVision.co.uk [pre-order your copy now].


We have also received some photographs of the Malaysian WWE Night of Champions PPV below, Night of Champions hits stores in the US in just two weeks [pre-order your copy now].

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  1. Raghav says:

    My biggest gripe with this sytesm is the Wi-Fi does not work properly. I constantly have to reboot either the Blu-ray player or the modem or both, to watch internet sites like krackle or Netflix. The other problem is the sytesm freezes when it tries to update itself. On the Sony website their solution is to unplug the sytesm and reboot it, tried that multiple times it did not work. I am returning it this weekend, to trade it in on another brand.

  2. Chirantha says:

    Hey. The Malaysian version of the Night of Champions 2012 Cover is stolen from me. I’m the one who did it. I have proof. I have the PSD file. I have published the cover in Deviantart.com WCF.com, Google+ too. So I think someone downloaded the cover from one of those sites & used as their cover. They have edited out my logo & few other things on the cover. I want justice.

  3. Mongoose Wizard says:

    One of my personal favorites of Micks is the Boiler Room Brawl match with Big Show from Backlash 1999 in my opinion its very underrated! It is bloody and it is definately attitude at it’s best!

  4. Charlie F says:

    Glad they are releasing the best of set after the new year. Last year (best of ppv) they released it in late november.

  5. matthew says:

    I just got home from Wal-Mart and they had a few WWE Blu-Rays in a $7.88 bin in it was Wrestlemania 25 &26 2 Royal Rumbles a Summer Slam Bragging Rights best of PPV matches and an Elination Chamber not sure which years

  6. Geolink says:

    I like how they put Punk’s WWE ’13 render on the Night of Champions DVD cover.

  7. J Beg says:

    Just seen in the kmart paper that the cm punk dvd is on sell there for $14.99!

  8. SRB says:

    Man, that road to Wrestlemania 2012 DVD looks great

  9. luca says:

    Any news about future european dvd/br release(Night Of Champions 2012,Hell in a Cell 2012 ecc..)after silvervision/wwe end of partnership?

  10. Anonymous says:

    Is WWE TLC 2012 being released on blu-ray?

    • Dave says:

      Probably not…looks like they’re only going to put the compilations, documentaries and the big 4 ppvs on Blu-ray.

      I assume those would sell much better on Blu-ray than a “B” show.

      WWE are pretty slow when it comes to format changes. It wasn’t until 2002 (long after DVD became the dominant format) when they started to release every ppv on DVD. 2001 is missing No Way Out which was cancelled on DVD for some reason.

      They were still releasing VHS til 2004, i think Survivor Series or Armageddon were the last VHS produced ppvs.

      • LP1 says:

        The final WWE VHS release was SummerSlam 2005. By that point they were only releasing the PPVs on tape and not the documentary releases.

        • Harry Faversham says:

          I am pretty sure the last VHS to be made by Silver Vision in the UK was Backlash 2005. I remember reading a statement about it on their website. Some of the earleir superstar profile DVDs came out on VHS too and must have been rubbish in comparision without all of the matches as extras

    • Mark D says:

      Nope, no TLC blu-ray I’m afraid.

      • AA says:

        When did WWE stop releasing non-Big 4 PPVs on blu-ray? Which PPV Blu-rays that SilverVisio released were exclusive to them in UK/Europe?

        • Dave says:

          Over the Limit 2011 was the last non-big 4 ppv Blu-ray WWE released in North America.

          Royal Rumble 2009, Summerslam 2009, Summerslam 2011 to TLC 2011, Elimination Chamber 2012, Extreme Rules 2012, Over the Limit 2012, No Way Out 2012 and Money In the Bank 2012 are Silver Vision exclusives.

          The good thing is Summerslam 2011 to Survivor Series 2011 are region free and will play on region A blu-ray players.

          • Anonymous says:

            Aren’t they PAL anyway? In other words, won’t they still have that disgusting framerate problem when played on NTSC TVs?

            • Dave says:

              Nope…PAL to NTSC is practically non-existing with HD especially if connected via HDMI. I imported all UK exclusive blu-rays from Amazon uk and they play beautifully on my region A players. They look and sound great.

  11. pmdmf says:

    Can’t wait for Mick Foley blu ray to come out. Maybe alternate commentary on Hell in a Cell?

    • Dave says:

      That would be pretty awesome…the HIAC has been on many releases, but having it with alternate commentary and blur free will be a different experience.

      • Vincenzzzzzo says:

        Which reminds me that, the other day I was watching Monday Night RAW from 1998 on Classics On Demand, and that was the first episode, I think, that had no blurs at all… and they didn’t even block out when the announcers said “WWF”. I’m sure you seen it on there too.

        • WWEATTITUDEERA says:

          Thats cause they got all the rights back to use WWF uncensored on WWE programming meaning they can use old WWF Attitude era footage blur-free, it has to be old WWF footage, no person can say they were WWF champion in the Past now if they say they were champion they have to say they were the WWE champion, Commentators saying WWF champion back then is fine as it was originally said like that and WWE dont have to bleep out the Announcers sayin WWF Champion etc, Its up to WWE really now how to use this to their advantage, they could technically still bleep out announcers saying wwf champion yet keep the program or match blur-free but judging by your comment they kept the whole show from raw 1998 blur free and did not bleep out when someone said wwf,
          Did they keep the wwf logo present at the bottom left hand screen?
          Other thing they could do is cover the wwf logo at the bottom left hand screen with the big block wwe logo like they done in the past and keep the match blur-free so they dont want to confuse a newbie watching,
          We will find out in the Brock Lesnar dvd/bluray if they show his debut in march 2002 and the jeff hardy match from backlash 2002 blu-free and the wwf logo being present at the bottom left hand screen?
          Once someone gets hold of that dvd can they confirm if wwe show the match blur-free and wwf logo being present!!

          • Vincenzzzzzo says:

            Yes, they kept the original WWF scratch logo in the corner of the screen. Just as if you were watching it in 1998.

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