Cover Art for WWE ‘The Randy Savage Story’ Blu-Ray, Last Day of $9.99 Sale

August 28, 2014 by Daniel Bee

Thanks to Frank, Vin and ZT for contributing to this article.

WWE Macho Man - The Randy Savage Story DVD Logo

The official cover artwork for “Macho Man: The Randy Savage Story” has come through, as shown below. The DVD or Blu-ray can be pre-ordered here on

The “Collector’s Edition” box set with bonus items (Macho Madness DVD, T-Shirt, Bandana and Sunglasses) can be pre-ordered here. The price tag on that is currently $109.99.

WWE Macho Man - The Randy Savage Story Blu-ray Cover

A documentary main feature is expected for the new Randy Savage DVD and Blu-ray. It’s scheduled to hit the United Kingdom on November 17th, the United States on November 18th, and Australia on December 3rd. Below is a reminder of the official synopsis.

“The Randy Savage Story” focuses on the life and career of Randy Macho Man Savage. The title chronicles the highs and lows of Randy’s life and career, and shows that while he was extremely driven and highly successful, he was a complex person who also had his struggles over the years. Later in his life, Randy remarried and found peace before his tragic and untimely death.

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The documentary from the 2009 “Jeff Hardy: My Life, My Rules” WWE DVD is the latest now available to stream instantly on the WWE Network.

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Kayfabe Commentaries released “YouShoot: Monster B.C.” this week, a shoot interview with with former WWE Superstar Brodus Clay. You can check out the video trailer below.

That’s available now through as a standard DVD, a “Signature Edition” DVD (limited to 30 copies), and streaming On Demand.

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Kayfabe’s release schedule through to the new year right now looks like this:

– 9/23; New Jack, ECW Timeline 1998
– 10/14; Rick Martel, WWE Timeline 1981
– 11/4; TBA Jim Cornette Series
– 12/(TBC); Curt Hawkins, WWE Timeline 2008
– TBC; Teddy Long, YouShoot

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  1. Jason says:

    You don’t say No to the Macho King. OH YEAH, DIG IT!!!!!

  2. Charles says:

    One of the best cover ever! Where can I click love it on the poll?

  3. RCS1988 says:

    Savage also had bad blood with Vince as well. Savage was pissed that his father couldn’t get into that legends battle royal at the Meadowlands in 1987.

  4. Todd Cash says:

    The cover is awesome…can’t wait till they reveal the match listing…ooooh yeah! THE MADNESS…

  5. Steven Jackson says:


    Macho Madness is coming to a Blu-Ray and DVD near you!

    I’m going right and Elizabeth is going left!

    Cannot wait to check this one out. That is an awesome cover =)

  6. TheManInBlu says:

    only if the matches can be as nice and no repeats pls.

  7. King9999 says:

    That cover is awesome! OOOOO YEAH!

  8. LP1 says:

    I’m loving that cover. I’m not one that usually cares too much about covers, but this one really jumps out at me. Classic Savage.

    And I’m sure there will be the usual haters that crap on it, simply because it’s not exactly what they invisioned in their mind. “He should’ve wore orange trunks!”… “He should’ve had the crown!”… “He should’ve had the cowboy hat!”… “He should’ve had the nWo outfit!”… “It should’ve been a collage!”… And then there’s the simple “Hate it” comments that always make me laugh. Those comments will be up soon. lol

    • SRB says:

      As long as we’re quoting: “Covers don’t matter!” “The only thing that’s important is the content!”

      • LP1 says:

        For the most part that’s pretty much true. You can have the greatest cover in the world, but if the content is complete garbage then it’s worthless. On the other hand you can have a cover that is just atrocious, but if the content is great then it’s still worth something.

  9. SRB says:

    Very nice cover! Old school and pretty basic. It gets the job done.

  10. attitude.era.4life says:

    A cover that really showcases The Macho King in all his greatness..

    I am excited to hear, how wwe tells his story.. while the rumored affair with Steph should be main cause of the crack between Vince and Randy problaly will not be an angle they will work on, I hope some sort of truthfull explanation will be uncovered.

    On the other side, if it is something really painfull for the McMahon name…and maybe also for the Poffo name..then, maybe a scripted version of the truth is better.

    Which, looking at the bigger picture, is what wrestling is all about..the thin line between what is real..and what is scripted. At the end of the day, what does it matter, as long as it is entertaining.

    And you do not get more entertaining character than the Macho King Randy Savage. Ooooooooooh yeaaaaaaaaah!

    • LP1 says:

      I honestly don’t see them talking about the Stephanie story simply because IT’S ALL BS! Anyone with half a brain who takes 2 seconds to think about that ridiculous story can knock a dozen logical holes in it. So no. I don’t see them mentioning it.

      • attitude.era.4life says:

        again, we’ll likely never get the whole truth.

        we will see in a couple of months, also how involved the remaining Poffo relatives are.

        • Vintage Simon says:

          We won’t find out anything at all.

          If you honestly expect a PG company to address underage sex between one of its owners, and a deceased wrestler who they’re paying tribute to, then you’re completely off your rocker.

        • LP1 says:

          The “whole truth” is there’s nothing to that story. It’s one of those ridiculous internet stories that got blown out of proportion. Like how there were “2 Ultimate Warriors” and other such nonsense. Allow me to tear apart this story.

          -Savage had an affair with an underage Stephanie- …Why wasn’t Savage arrested? Why didn’t Vince fire him immediately?

          -Supposedly this affair took place the weekend of Mania 4 or Mania 10, depending on who’s telling the story- … Mania 4 was in March 1988. Stephanie would’ve been 11 years old! Seriously. Mania 10 she would’ve been 17. Again, if this were true, why wasn’t he fired and arrested immediately? He continued to work for the company for another 8 months after that. And he would’ve continued to work there had he not decided to jump to WCW, which Vince was very upset about, but he understood Savage’s position. Vince also did a nice farewell tribute to Savage on the very next Raw after he jumped ship. Because that’s something you do for a guy that had sex with your underage daughter.

          -Savage never went back to WWE after the WCW buyout, so the Stephanie story HAS to be true.- … Newsflash. Savage retired in the summer of 1999, a year and a half before WCW went out of business! What would he come back for? He had one match(if you can even call it a match) for TNA in 2004 and he looked very old and could barely move. His in-ring days were long gone.

          -Where did the Stephanie story even begin?- … During the time of Savage’s Rap Album release he did a bunch of handheld videos where he took shots at different people in the business. One of them was Triple H. Savage made a comment that if he wanted to he would come back right now and beat Triple H and steal his wife. Nothing more than just smack talking, but the internet thought there was something much more deeper and they were trying to connect things that didn’t exist. An as usual with internet stories it got blown out of proportion.

          -Then explain why he never came back to even make a guest appearance?- … Did you ever think that maybe he didn’t want to?! Savage was very much like the Warrior in that he marched to the beat of his own drum. When WWE released the first Savage DVD in 2009 that probably would’ve been the best opportunity for him to come back. Some people look at it as Vince didn’t want anything to do with him. How do we know that? Perhaps Vince tried several times to get him back and Savage blew him off. We don’t know. So Vince eventually got fed up with even bothering anymore after a while.

          But I digress. All I’m saying is you use logic for a split second you’ll see how dumb this whole “affair” story is.

          • attitude.era.4life says:

            I must say, you know youre wrestling history, respect to that.

            I can see, that I appearently only know a very scraped, uncertain version of that rumored “story”.

            It is always good to have views put in other lights, from times to times. That way, you do not get stucked in a one-dimensionale perceptione mode. 🙂

          • Other side says:

            Who says it didn’t happen, yet wasn’t revealed till several years after the fact? As an adult Stephanie could rationalize that at 17 she was mature enough and doing what she wanted to do… She might still have fond feelings for Randy, while Vince would of course feel very differently about it.

            • D says:

              If there was nothing to the story, wouldn’t you think Lanny would come out and just say that, instead of saying he was “too afraid” to ask Randy about it. Something weird was defiantly going on there. Doesn’t necessarily mean Randy committed statutory rape with Steph, but it could be a variety of things which may or may not be deemed appropriate by some.

              • LP1 says:

                “If there was nothing to the story, wouldn’t you think Lanny would come out and just say that”

                What would Lanny know? Like if something did happen, you think he was there? That comment makes no sense. As for being afraid to ask, maybe he was. Maybe he read all the stories going around and felt it was none of his business, which it wasn’t.

            • LP1 says:

              So Vince didn’t find out until years later. Ok. If something did happen, only 2 people would know. Did Stephanie decide one day to tell her father at the family BBQ out of the blue? Did she bring it up at a board meeting? Call me nutty, but I highly doubt that’s something she’d just bring up randomly. And if Vince hated him so much because of it then why release 2 DVDs about him and sell his merchandise on the website and say all those nice things about him to several newspapers and magazines in the days after his death?

              And if in fact Stephanie would have no problem with it years later then why would Vince? Vince isn’t exactly a man of strong morals. This is a guy that did an interview with Playboy magazine where he sellf-admittedly slept with every woman that crossed his path while he was married. I highly doubt Vince would suddenly grow a moral conscious.

              But people are more drawn to salacious stories than they are to logical stories. They’ll find a way to justify a story by coming up with scenarios that fit. Hey, there’s people that still believe Michael Jackson is alive. He’s hiding with Elvis and andy Kaufman somewhere. Conspiracy theories run rampant in the world. I say just pick your favorite and go with it.

              • David says:

                The Savage/Steph rumors were always BS and basically stirred up years ago on an internet wrestling forum and basically considered fact by people.

                I believe many have debunked the Savage/Vince situation. Bret mentioned in his book was that Savage convinced Slim Jim to come over to WCW, taking WWE’s advertising revenue when at that time they desperately needed when sponsors were leaving WWE due to the whole steroid scandal. It was said that was their main and highest ad revenue.

                It was mentioned Savage drunk dialed Vince, gloating about how he signed with WCW and basically leaving WWE without having a counteroffer. Savage also had a handshake agreement with Vince saying he would stay with WWE – at that time to Vince a handshake was just as good as a contract.

  11. TheManInBlu says:

    That is one awesome cover, oh yeaaah!!

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