Clip of The Rock & Stone Cold in WWE ‘Best of RAW – After The Show’ DVD

April 17, 2014 by Daniel Bee

WWE Best of RAW After The Show DVD Logo

Ahead of the DVD and Blu-ray release this coming Tuesday, here’s a brand new preview clip of The Best of RAW – After the Show!

Get a sneak peek at the off-air “Rock/Austin/Foley Reunion” from March 2004, and click here to order your full copy for Tuesday. It hits Europe and Australia later this month.

WWE Raw After the Show DVD - The Rock & Stone Cold

WWE Network’s Warrior Week rolls on with a new documentary piece airing tonight.

Warrior Week Schedule - WWE Network

The new Ultimate Warrior DVD is currently back in stock with Amazon, over here. The Blu-ray edition is still back-ordered as of now with about a 2 week wait.

“Warrior’s Greatest Matches” shown on the Network this past Tuesday was essentially Ultimate Warrior’s recent interview with WWE (recorded for the new “Ultimate Collection” DVD), short clips of other personalities talking about Warrior, and the following matches:

Intercontinental Championship Match
Ultimate Warrior vs. The Honky Tonk Man
SummerSlam • August 29, 1988

Intercontinental Championship Match
Ultimate Warrior vs. Andre the Giant
Saturday Night’s Main Event • November 25, 1989

WWE Championship Match
Ultimate Warrior vs. “Ravishing” Rick Rude
Saturday Night’s Main Event • July 28, 1990

WWE Championship Match
Ultimate Warrior vs. Million $ Man Ted DiBiase
Wrestling Summit • April 13, 1990

We noted recently that now being found in stores are some new single-disc WWE DVDs priced at $4.99 each. They are condensed re-releases of past titles like Top 50 Superstars of All Time, Greatest Stars of the 90s, and The True Story of WrestleMania.

New Single Disc WWE DVDs

There are more of these now listed here on, including the following:

Top 50 Superstars of All Time
Greatest Stars of the 80s
The True Story of Wrestlemania
Randy Orton: Evolution of a Predator
Triumph And Tragedy Of WCCW
Greatest Stars of 90s
Shawn Michaels: Heartbreak And Triumph

Speaking of re-releases, thanks to Simon for sending word that The John Cena Experience will be brought out again in the UK next month as a single-disc DVD. The cover artwork (shown below) is updated to a green colour to match Cena’s current line of merchandise.

WWE The John Cena Experience DVD Green Re-Release          

Two notes regarding the Elimination Chamber 2014 DVD. First up, fans in the UK and Europe who pre-order a copy on DVD or Blu-ray will have the chance to win a copy signed by Sheamus. Simply pre-order yours for May 12th here at to enter.

WWE Elimination Chamber 2014 DVD Pre-order Competition

WDN reader Aaron sends word that the Australian release of Elimination Chamber 2014 (only on DVD format) comes with a free digital copy of the previous year’s event.

WWE Elimination Chamber 2014 DVD Digital Copy

Over on today and later this week there are four chances at picking up the hard to find WWE Vengeance and Judgment Day 2002 DVDs!

$21.50Vengeance 2002 DVD
$30.00Vengeance 2002 DVD

Rare WWE Judgment Day & Vengeance 2002 DVDs

$30.00Judgment Day 2002 DVD
$31.00Judgment Day 2002 DVD

New WWE DVDs on

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  1. Vincenzzzzzo says:

    That was a really good documentary on the Warrior last night on WWE Network.

    • SRB says:

      Yes! Agreed! When Vince was talking about the picture of them, it was hard not to cry. I noticed a lot of the stuff was from the blu-ray, but also a lot was stuff I hadn’t seen. How about that apology between Warrior and Hogan? Man, I almost cried there too! Touching moment for sure. Still heartbroken over Warrior’s loss. Absolute shame. RIP.

      • Vincenzzzzzo says:

        Yeah, you could tell Vince took his death hard. The only other time I saw Vince get like that was when he talked about his dad on True Story of WM. Like Vince said though – it’s almost like it was meant to be. He made peace with Vince, Hogan, Kevin Nash. Got to stand on the biggest stage one last time and be honored for his contributions at the Hall of Fame. The whole story is sad.

        • David says:

          Yeah, Vince and HHH really took his death hard, especially HHH seeing as he was the one that started the healing process for WWE and Warrior. It was quite emotional when Warrior mentioned Vince like a father he never had and Vince getting teary eyed when Warrior gave the signed book.

          On the bright side, Legends House was great! Pat Patterson was hilarious, especially when he was hitting on the deli guy at the grocery store – “you like to play with meat uh?” that really cracked up me.

          • Vincenzzzzzo says:

            That was pretty funny actually. I didn’t think I was going to like Legends House but it’s a show I’m sure I’ll be watching every week. Tony Atlas and Hacksaw had me laughing a few times.

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