A&E ‘Biography: WWE Legends’ Documentaries Returning to DVD – Another New Release for 2023

December 4, 2022 by Daniel Bee

A&E 'Biography: WWE Legends' Documentaries Returning to DVD in 2023!

The A&E “Biography: WWE Legends” documentaries are returning to DVD in 2023!

Not only will January 24th, 2023 see the release of The Best of Attitude Era Royal Rumble to the US (via Warner Bros.), “Biography: WWE Legends Volume 3” will hit stores the very same day (this one via Lionsgate).

Last time around, the A&E documentaries were split over two DVD sets, however Volume 3 looks to pack the latest documentaries into one set. The WWE legends that received a special this year were: Undertaker, Goldberg, the Bellas, Kurt Angle, Lex Luger, D-Generation X, Edge, and Rey Mysterio. All of these will make it to Home Video.

Early information suggests this to be a 5-disc DVD set, which by our count leaves more than enough room for the additional documentary on WrestleMania 1, the non-Superstar feature from the series — it’s logical therefore to suggest WM1 will be included here too. The near 13 hour runtime stated on Amazon would support this theory, we just can’t fully confirm it yet.

“Biography: WWE Legends Volume 3” is available to pre-order for January here on Amazon.com. The planned cover artwork looks like this:

A&E 'Biography: WWE Legends - Volume 3' DVD Cover Artwork


Under the award-winning “Biography” banner, WWE Legends tells the intimate, personal stories behind the success of some of WWE’s most memorable Legends and events. Through rare archival footage and in-depth interviews, each episode explores a different Legend and their immense impact in the WWE universe and on pop culture. WWE Legends Volume 3 includes: The Undertaker, Goldberg, The Bella Twins, Lex Luger, and Kurt Angle.

WWE will release Crown Jewel 2022 on DVD this coming Tuesday to fans in the US, following later this month to the UK. The first sighting of the DVD comes via an eBay seller with early copies available. The photos confirm the freebie inside will be another sticker.

WWE Crown Jewel 2022 DVD - First Look Photos

RELATED: List of 7 Extras Revealed for WWE Crown Jewel 2022 DVD

Crown Jewel is a 2-disc DVD set with about 1 hour and 20 minutes of bonus material featured on that second disc! The extras includes the Press Conference held prior to the event and select moments and matches from RAW and SmackDown episodes leading into Crown Jewel.

WWE Crown Jewel 2022 DVD - Photos, Front Cover
WWE Crown Jewel 2022 DVD - Photos, Back Cover

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  1. Rob says:

    I enjoyed the first two volumes on DVD. I have no interest in the Bellas, but the others I am interested in.

  2. James says:

    Any news on if WWE Rivals will also get a release on dvd?

  3. BAS says:

    It just dawned on me, if they’re going the route of an all in one set, that means there shouldn’t be manufacturing errors this time. (Such as Volume 1 case including volume 2 discs) I didn’t even get the previous volumes until recently because of that error. And so you knew you were getting the right discs with volume 1, they put a yellow sticker on that one’s barcode, which is placed on the outer plastic of the case, so peeling it off wasn’t a hassle.

  4. Andemoine Winrow says:

    Does anyone know if ”W.W.E EVIL” is coming out on d.v.d ?

  5. RabidHeat says:

    People talk about the UK exclusives as if we’re getting great stuff currently, but it’s largely just been repackaged Attitude Era and Undertaker double-dip sh*t for a while now. Would be nice if we got the A&E Biographies instead.

    Don’t get me wrong, I know in the past, years ago, the UK got some great exclusives that the US missed out on, but not so much lately.

  6. BAS says:

    I was hoping for this and it looks like I’m getting my wish. I wondered how they were gonna do it since there were 9 documentaries as opposed to 8 this time around, which would’ve made it 5 discs total as the article suggested. But to know they’re doing an all in one set, I’m shocked given that first season was split into two volumes and since it seems 1 and 2 disc sets seem to be the trend these days, but I’m still glad they’re doing it this way.