REVEALED: Blu-Ray Exclusives for ‘BROCK LESNAR – Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.’, New WWE Steelbook

July 6, 2016 by Daniel Bee

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“The Next Big Thing” on the 2016 WWE Home Video schedule is the brand new “Brock Lesnar – Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.” DVD – it’s on the way for release worldwide this October!

In case you missed it, we revealed the content listing earlier this week…

EXCLUSIVE: Full Match Listing Revealed for WWE “BROCK LESNAR – Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.” DVD

That DVD version will have a complete runtime of approximately 6 hours and 58 minutes.

However, the Blu-ray edition will run just over 8 hours and 30 minutes as it will include 5 more bonus matches! can now reveal those matches below.

The Blu-ray exclusives follow the tone of the rest of the set compiling Brock’s biggest matches since his WWE return in 2012. With these extras, we now have content extending into 2016 with Lesnar’s WrestleMania match this year, along with bouts from a few WWE Network exclusive shows.



Big Show vs. Brock Lesnar
Royal Rumble • January 26, 2014

WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match
Brock Lesnar vs. John Cena
Night of Champions • September 21, 2014

Brock Lesnar vs. Kofi Kingston
The Beast in the East • July 4, 2015

2-on-1 Handicap Match
Brock Lesnar vs. Bray Wyatt & Luke Harper
Roadblock • March 12, 2016

No Holds Barred Street Fight
Dean Ambrose vs. Brock Lesnar
WrestleMania • April 3, 2016

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“Living on a Razor’s Edge: The Scott Hall Story” is officially in stores as of this week!

Fans in the USA can grab a copy now on or

Fans in the UK can grab a copy now on or

WWE Scott Hall: Living On A Razor's Edge DVD & Blu-ray - Released to Stores

A 1 hour and 22 minute documentary is your main feature, joined by almost 30 matches.

Below, check out some first look photos of the Steelbook Blu-ray edition. It released yesterday to fans in the United States as a Best Buy exclusive and will follow to the UK on July 25th.

Thanks goes out to WDN readers “sladewilson7” and “gemni888” for sharing!

WWE Scott Hall: Living On A Razor's Steelbook Blu-ray Photos - Best Buy Exclusive

WWE Scott Hall: Living On A Razor's Steelbook Blu-ray Photos - Best Buy Exclusive

WWE Scott Hall: Living On A Razor's Steelbook Blu-ray Photos - Best Buy Exclusive

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Also up for grabs on eBay today is this big box of 13 WWE DVDs, all still sealed!

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  1. Shane Montgomery says:

    Just received the new Scott Hall Blu-ray in steelbook and it is my first steelbook and I am not sure how much I like this case, probably stick with the old plastic BR cases for now on. Anyone know how well these books are selling, are they popular?

    • Jeff Copeland says:

      steelbook is for ones who wanna spend bit more money on a fancy case.

      its mostly for movie people only this year they started with those.

      they did a version of those years ago 2007 08 year they came in tin cans at fye stores but that did not last long

  2. Nicolas Hébert says:

    I just ended to watch the documentory of the Scott Hall Blu-Ray! Great 1 hour 25 minutes. Only 9 minutes of extra story… I liked to put the Razor Ramon Vignettes and the 2 minutes Bloopers!

  3. Best Blu Ray exclusive features since RAW 100.

  4. Patrick Mcnamara says:

    I have to get the blu ray of this. I have the other one on Blu-ray. I really want those 2 matches (vs.Kofi Kingston, vs.Bray Wyatt and Luke Harper. )They are available nowhere else. I am looking forward to ordering the Blu Ray set on Amazon when it comes out. I am a huge fan of Brock Lesnar. This release looks awesome.

  5. VintageSimon says:

    For those with the Scott Hall set – any idea who Gorilla Monsoon’s co-commentator is on the match versus Shawn Michaels from September 1, 1993? I don’t recognise the voice.

  6. Very Low Ki says:

    As a Lesnar fan, I’m still looking forward to this new set, though the lack of any kind of documentary feature is genuinely disappointing and the blu-ray exclusives are pretty underwhelming. I could be way off but I have a feeling Brock himself might have killed the possibility of a documentary. He basically calls his own shots now in WWE and I can’t see him being thrilled at the prospect of a camera crew following him around. I sincerely doubt that Brock is a PG kind of guy in real life. Also, I was lucky enough to get a copy of the Scott Hall steelbook and I recommend that documentary to everyone who visits this site. Powerful and, at times, gut-wrenching, it’s one of the better docs WWE has produced in recent memory.

    • Anan says:

      I don’t know if he calls his own shots. Vince is still THE BOSS so what he says goes. He may have requested no doc and Vince approved or maybe Vince himself made the call to kill it off and save it for a later time. Maybe the figured we could fill up the set without a doc so we’ll save that for a future set. So I wouldn’t say yet that the doc’s totally killed, just maybe on hiatus. While I would have loved to see a doc, I’m actually in support of this idea. I like definitive docs like Stone Cold’s where it was a complete career retrospective, start to finish. Brock’s career hasn’t ended yet. And waiting on a doc means it’d allow them to cover this UFC 200/Summerslam deal which has people talking.

      • Shane Montgomery says:

        Good point, a full retrospective at the end of any superstars career would be better.

        • Anan says:

          The thing is though lately their Blu-ray/dvd superstar docs have been noticeably shorter, even for a long, now ended career of a hall of famer in Scott Hall. Then again the content of the doc does matter more than the time as there’s also such a thing as too long and dragging out.

  7. yowhat says:

    pointing out that the vast majority of those matches in available via the Network really is not an argument against them being included.

    not only does a bluray feature higher quality but it’s also possible to watch without a fast internet access.

    • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

      + with physical media you will only have to pay for it Once in a Lifetime.. 😉

    • Shane Montgomery says:

      And even though you have the ability to stream matches it is not the same as having a physical copy in your collection. Having my cake and eating it too is possible now as long as the WWE keeps putting out DVDs and BRS. Enjoying it while I can.

      • Shane Montgomery says:

        I began collecting WWE DVDs/Blu-rays May 2012 and as of today I have 405 in my collection, soon after the DVDs I started buying other related items, shirts, Topps cards, WWE oversized books, those $10 WWE magazines and the Network every month since day one. A few days ago I set down and tried to figure out how much I spend annually on WWE over the last four years and the amount was a little scary, $1,500 a year. And none of that is on live events, house shows. Please tell me their are others here just as financially irresponsible as I! Not boasting so much as hoping I am not alone in this.

        • foley is good says:

          You only live once don’t worry too much about the money if you gain enjoyment from this hobby that is all that matters.

  8. Ryan Johansson says:

    This is the most pointless and stupid release ever. Who the hell wants to buy all the matches we’ve seen in the last 2 years especially the Brock Lesnar ones? Waste of time and effort when they could have done Rick Rude, Kurt Angle, Pyscho Sid or the European Title.

  9. Jeff Copeland says:

    this has to be one of the most laziest dvd/blurays wwe has released in a while. this is only for those who are super lesnar fans other then that this dvd is pointless.

    with out the bio this is a 5 buck dvd in the walmart bin in a few years.

    its like i said before this dvd could of been rick rude, best of european title, best of wcw halloween havoc anything but this

    • Ryan Johansson says:

      Yep. Literally the only match I want to see is the dark match vs Mr. Perfect. Other than that only the idiotic Lesnar super fans would even want to see this. It’s pretty much every Lesnar match since he came back to be invincible.

      • Brad Attitude says:

        You can find the mr perfect match on youtube.

        • RCS1988 says:

          The match on YouTube is JIP. The one they release for DVD might be in better quality and shown in FULL. As for stuff they should release, hopefully the ones on the survey’s get released like Bruno, unreleased 1986-1995, unreleased warrior, unreleased michaels, dibiase, rude, etc.

          • Jeff Copeland says:

            i 100$ agree this dvd could of went to bruno or unreleased hbk dibasie rude kane rock hhh or even another best of wcw ppvs I WANT HALLOWEEN HAVOC!!! :(!!!! ><!!!! or Superbrawl or ? SOMETHING WCW!!

            this was just to cash in on the ufc thing and i think this will be the worst release in few years

    • some guy says:

      You’re completely bonkers if you think any of your suggestions would sell more copies than a DVD on one of the most popular guys in the company.

    • Anan says:

      “this has to be one of the most laziest dvd/blurays wwe has released in a while. this is only for those who are super lesnar fans other then that this dvd is pointless.”

      It’s good for business. Everyone’s gonna have an opinion on Lesnar and the deal he has with WWE. But he’s a one of a kind star power attraction. He sells tickets. The purpose of the DVD is to market that star power. It’s not like he’s some dark mysterious Undertaker character who’ll (probably) get THE set he he deserves after he retires. Why do you think they made as many Cena DVD’s as they have? To market their top guy. Why do you think they put out the many Stone Cold videos/DVD’s they did back in 97-99, followed by Rock? Because in those days, he was the top babyface and then The Rock was. It’s all for marketing.

      Don’t like? Don’t buy. Simple.

  10. Brad Attitude says:

    This entire Lesnar set looks boring and only shows how boring and monotone his matches are. His first bluray set had way better matches (on the main contents and exclusives).

  11. John says:

    Disappointing exclusives, I will wait until it is $10, that is how much it is worth

  12. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

    All I wanted was the Summerslam match against the Deadman.. that’s all I freaki’n wanted! Instead we get boring 9.99 squash matches, the crappiest of his Cena-matches and shame on WWE for ever to use anything from Loooong BooooringMania 32.

    I can’t believe that I would ever consider the RR 2014 match again Big Show as the Pearl of Exclusives on a set..but, it has happend. -lol-

    Oooh, well.. I expect then that the great Summerslam match will and has to be on the inevitable Undertaker set…and it better be unblurred and unedited! 😉

    • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:


    • Brad Attitude says:

      His feud with Undertaker was boring and was just a toned down version of their 2002 feud (which their best work).

    • Anan says:

      i suspect they didn’t include that on the Lesnar set because not only did he lose according to the record books, he passed out. He won HIAC so that match is on here. In Taker’s case, while he won many matches he was in, he lost a lot of them too, but win or lose, he aways put in the main event level performance. So if his set included matches that he lost, I wouldn’t care as I know what kind of performance I’ll be seeing.

      I doubt they will do this, but they really should take fan requests like Austin did for the last set they did on him. Speaking of Taker, he has yet to get a WWE Network Collection of his own. The closest thing to that is the 25 Phenomenal Years section. But a lot of that is just clips from what I have seen. Sting recently retired and hasn’t gotten a collection yet either. yet they give Goldberg one to push 2K17 which comes out in October and it’s not even August yet LOL.

  13. Jammer says:

    Why does the WWE still make DVDs?? Just make Blu Rays!! If they just made Blu Rays then every store would have to carry Blu Rays of the WWE!

  14. Nicolas Hébert says:

    Is it the Blu-Ray Steelbook edition of Scott Hall available somewhere in Canada? I know HMV had the Steelbook edition for Wrestlemania XXXII but not for the Dudleys or Eric Bischoff.

  15. LP1 says:

    Very glad we’re getting the Beast In The East and Roadblock matches. Now all of Brock’s post 2012 matches have been released on disc except for the Live From MSG match with Big Show. I would’ve replaced the Rumble 2014 match with the MSG match.

  16. Roaster says:

    Wow those “Blu Ray exclusives” are a joke.

  17. Domenic Ricci says:

    At first I was a bit iffy, but now with the Blu-Ray Extras, it makes me want to buy it day 1!

  18. Zach says:

    3 of the 5 Blu-ray matches are under 3 minutes. Was hoping they’d have at least something on the extras worth getting, but I was wrong. Pointless set here.

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