The Raw 20th Anniversary Collection box set is just 2 days away!
We can now give you a second exclusive preview, this time a clip of one of the episodes featured from the Attitude Era. This is taken from episode #311 which was broadcast on May 10th, 1999. It’s of significance because it was the highest rated Raw in history, scoring a huge 8.1 rating.
The 12-disc DVD box set contains 31 hours of footage! You can pre-order one now for $59.96 with Amazon by clicking here.
Earlier this week Kayfabe Commentaries released a new Bruno Sammartino DVD as part of their “Timeline: History of WWE” series. It’s available now through KayfabeCommentaries.com.
The shoot interview with Sammartino covers WWE in the sixties, specifically 1963 to 1969. Below is the trailer and DVD cover art. This title is also available to stream On Demand.
Speaking of “The History of WWE”, WWEDVD.co.uk officially releases the new DVD and Blu-ray set tomorrow to fans in the UK and Europe. A 2 hour documentary is the highlight.
WWE’s Black Friday sale has been extended into this weekend at this WWEShop.com link. The “YES” code now gives 15% off $40+ orders. More deals tomorrow for Cyber Monday!
As we’ve noted, the Zack Ryder DVD is included in the sale and is the lowest priced DVD on the site. Ryder himself heard about it and mentioned it on his Twitter account.
My DVD is $1.99 on @wweshop http://t.co/yDd1Dc203p
— Zack Ryder (@ZackRyder) November 30, 2013
eBay seller gooberbear81 has put up 1-day auctions for the original WWF WrestleMania 16, 17 and 18 DVDs. Worth a look at currently $19.99 each. Links below.
WWF WrestleMania 16 DVD ($19.99)
WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD ($19.99)
WWF WrestleMania 18 DVD ($19.99)
Daniel Bee are the UK Wwf DVDs from the early 2000s region free ?
Yes, all the times I’ve tried at least. 🙂
Boo Hoo Hoo, and you know it. XD
What happened on that raw that the rating was so high?
Nitro was pre-empted that night due to the NBA playoffs, so Raw had no direct competition for the first time in a while.
Lol! I was watching back then, but didn’t really pay attention to ratings (kinda like today, except I care FAR less today), so I had no idea this show did so well.
Honestly, off the top of my head, I don’t recall this episode, but I get a laugh out of the idea that they chose this episode because of its rating and not because of anything to do with the content of the show itself.
Kayfabe Commentaries makes amazing dvds. I love the Timeline series. Its also not some watered down vision of history from WWE.
I’m gonna wait until Christmas to get this