CM Punk – Best in the World Complete DVD Runtime, Brock Lesnar Blu-ray

August 14, 2012 by Mark D

According to the BBFC, the complete runtime for DVD version of CM Punk – Best in the World will be 7 hours, 7 minutes. Below is a breakdown of the set:

(01:49:07) Main Feature

(00:35:42) Special Features

(01:44:47) Disc 2 Matches

(02:55:28) Disc 3 Matches

There is also 2 minutes, 5 seconds of footage which is listed as “Untitled” this could be the menus, trailers or it could even be two Easter eggs! (Remember those?)

Also as we reported last week the Blu-ray version will have 1 hour, 27 minutes of extras including: “deleted scenes” and the Armageddon 2008 match vs. Rey Mysterio. In total the Blu-ray will run for 8 hours, 34 minutes.

In other CM Punk DVD News: It has been reported that Best in the World will have a special theatrical screening just a few days prior to its DVD release. The screening will be held in the Chicago area on Sunday October 7, 2012 and CM Punk himself will be in attendance. At the moment the theatre has yet to be announced, however this will mark first time a WWE documentary has been shown in a movie theatre.

Click here to pre-order a copy of the CM Punk DVD/BD for October 9th. UK & European fans can pre-order now via

After the release of Brock Lesnar’s Here Comes The Pain – re-release a few weeks ago, the Blu-ray cover has now also been revealed.

The Collectors Edition: Brock Lesnar – Here Comes The Pain hit stores in the US on October 30th. Click here to pre-order your copy now.

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  1. dtrill1 says:

    gotta have

  2. CaptainCrazy says:

    both are a must buy

  3. b32f says:

    just wondering what is better collecting for a 13 year old kid ppvs or 3 disc sets

    • jasongoldsmith says:

      i guess if youre in the same boat as most of us were at 13 and just having what little money you made working for a neighbor to spend then the ppvs would be the best IMO.
      if you have all of them you have most of the matches that are on the 3 disc sets.

  4. jasongoldsmith says:

    i dont quite understand the whole problem with the blurring–it is a copyright thing and nothing more and it does not take away from what is going on in the matches and the only bad part i see and it is no big thing is the awkward silence when an announcer or wrestler–sorry,sports entertainer–says wwf

  5. Tony Kegger says:

    Punk’s blu-ray should have been at least nine hours.

    • SRB says:

      Yep, they seem to be getting shorter and shorter

      • pmdmf says:

        8:34 is a lot better than what OMG was: 7:45 approximately or Clash of the Champions: 7:20 approximately. So eight and a half is long compared to those two, and those two were blu ray!

  6. Harry Faversham says:

    Its weird seeing an old DVD cover for blu ray but I LIKE IT!

  7. DrFever says:

    Hoping for no blurs on Brock, until I find out WWE stuff is blur free, no buy.

    • Mark D says:

      Even if the set is blurred, Brock only had a handful of matches in the ‘WWF’ and possibly the only match they will include (other than maybe his early run-in segments) would be the Jeff Hardy match at Backlash.

      • WWEATTITUDEERA says:

        The dvds from now on wont be blurred i think im not 100% sure but they wont promote the footage being uncensored, they will just leave everything intact, they have settled all procedures with the courts regarding the wwf scratch logo so they allowed to legally use the scratch logo anywhere they want, im sure if they thought they would leave the scratch logo the dvd sets will sell better so they will do their up-most to make sure they will leave the scratch logo untouched, they left all logos and wwf mentions intact on showing attitude era stuff etc.. the first dvd we will find out is the brock lesnar dvd is their is still any blurring..

        • Mark D says:

          I’m sure they won’t be able to use the scratch logo “anywhere they want”. If I had to venture a guess they will only be able to use the term ‘WWF’ and logo on historic footage, I.e. they still won’t be able to say ‘WWF’ in new footage on an episode of Raw.

          Also they won’t be able to promote the WWF logo – just like the UK tagged classics not having any WWF logos on the packaging.

          Finally regarding the blurring; I’d imagine that the original documentary will be exactly as it appeared on DVD in 2003, and the special features may or may not be blurred depending upon if the set was completed prior to the settlement.

  8. Vincenzzzzzo says:

    I love Blu-rays.

  9. Anonymous says:

    ill be getting the blu-ray for both

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