REVEALED: Cover Artwork for WWE ‘RANDY SAVAGE UNRELEASED – Unseen Matches of Macho Man’ DVD

March 30, 2018 by Daniel Bee

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In just two months WWE will be treating us to another installment of the UNRELEASED DVD series — and this one might be too hot to handle and too cold to hold!

“Randy Savage Unreleased: The Unseen Matches of the Macho Man” unearths close to 9 hours of rare, never-before-released matches and hidden gems. Here at we already unveiled the full list of 41 matches that made the cut but the Madness isn’t done yet.

Pre-orders for “Randy Savage Unreleased” are already available in the UK via, and the same is expected any day now on, but before then we’ve got dibs on the official cover artwork reveal… FRONT AND BACK! RIGHT NOW! YEAH! DIG IT!

WWE 'Randy Savage Unreleased' DVD - Cover Artwork Revealed!



Feel the Macho Madness! “Macho Man” Randy Savage is one of the most colorful and unique characters to ever step foot in WWE.

For the first time ever, Macho Man’s hidden gems and never-before-released matches from the vault are being unearthed for the WWE Universe’s viewing pleasure. Witness matchups against fellow WWE Hall of Famers, such as Yokozuna, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat, “Nature Boy” Ric Flair, Jake “The Snake” Roberts, and so much more!

This collection is too hot to handle and too cold to hold! Ooooh yeah! Dig it!


WWE 'Randy Savage Unreleased' DVD - Back Cover Artwork

Grab a copy of WWE’s new “RANDY SAVAGE UNRELEASED” DVD on…

UK/Europe: May 28th. Pre-order your new Macho Man DVD right now on

USA: May 29th. Pre-order your new Macho Man DVD very soon here on

Australia: TBA. Look for your Macho Man DVD announcement soon at

WWE 'Randy Savage Unreleased: Unseen Matches of The Macho Man' DVD

There’s news circulating this week of a new WWE DVD on The Shield, their second to date, titled “The Shield – Rise and Fall” and scheduled for release this July.

You may recall seeing a Shield DVD on our rumored 2018 lists (links again below) toward the end of last year, and we can confirm that as of right now there is a Shield DVD still planned.

BREAKING: First Titles for 2018 WWE DVD & Blu-Ray Schedule – ‘RAW 25’, AJ STYLES, THE SHIELD, MORE!

REVEALED: Shane McMahon & The Hardy Boyz Slated for 2018 WWE DVDs, Plus More UNRELEASED!

We would consider this project and its name to be subject to change, however the Shield DVD is definitely listed on the 2018 WWE Home Video schedule as things stand. The 3-disc DVD set has been penciled in for a release to the United Kingdom on July 9th and is expected to follow one day later to the United States on July 10th. Further updates once everything is confirmed.

WWE 2018 Home Video Schedule - The Shield DVD

Time travel has never been so LOUD!

Kayfabe Commentaries have a new DVD out as of this week which sees Bruce Prichard and series host Jim Cornette head “Back to the Territories” to dissect everything possible about the classic Houston territory. As always you can grab your copy over at

Watch a 7-minute preview of the new release right here:

Have a great Easter weekend – and don’t forget the new “RAW 25th Anniversary” DVD is set to release early next week; this Monday to the United Kingdom and this Tuesday to the United States!

We leave you with a pre-release sneak peek at the menu layout and one of the extras featured on the collection, titled “Don’t Patronize The Miz”.

WWE 'RAW 25th Anniversary' DVD - Main Menu
WWE 'RAW 25th Anniversary' DVD - Chapter Selection

The extra is a previously unreleased, off-air segment from the Manhattan Center portion of the show involving The Miz, Seth Rollins, D-Generation X/The Kliq, and The Bálor Club. It was filmed by WWE cameras and is shown in full here on the DVD with a runtime of 9 minute and 23 seconds.

The “RAW 25th Anniversary” DVD will collect together the “RAW 25” episode, its pre-show, unseen footage like this, and a near-5-hour countdown of the top 25 greatest moments in RAW history, so get yours by clicking here to or if you’re in the UK to

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WWE RAW 25 - DX, Balor Club, The Miz & Seth Rollins Off-Air Segment at The Manhattan Center

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  1. Tom says:

    I just picked up the Macho Man unreleased DVD.

    This is the Cheapest Quality set I’ve EVER seen.
    The case is not the typical fold-out cases with plenty of art we’ve become accustomed to. Oh no!
    It’s a regular DVD case with three discs STACKED on top of each other. Not even the flaps with a single DVD disc per flap. Just stacked.
    I haven’t watched the discs yet but I already regret buying his cheap POS.

  2. Liam Curry says:

    Cover is amazing. I have the WWE Network but the unreleased stuff is what keeps bringing me back to DVDs. More of this please!

  3. Lady Vick says:

    Love the Macho Man cover. OOOOH YEAHHH!

  4. John says:

    Excited for this set! Any news on the Shawn Michaels unreleased set?

    • RCS1988 says:

      Here’s a potential match listing for the Shawn Michaels set. The Midnight Rockers (Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty) vs. Jose Estrada & Jimmy Jack Funk
      Rochester, NY June 3, 1987

      Midnight Rockers vs. Bob Orton Jr. & Adrian Adonis
      AWA January 15, 1988

      Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty vs. Steve Lombardi & an unknown
      Wrestling Challenge June 18, 1988

      Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty vs. the Conquistadors
      Madison Square Garden September 29, 1988

      Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty vs. Jacques & Raymond Rougeau
      Prime Time Wrestling October 25, 1988

      Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty vs. Demolition
      San Francisco, CA November 15, 1988

      Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty vs. Arn Anderson & Tully Blanchard
      Milwaukee, WI February 3, 1989

      Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty vs. Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart
      Copps Coliseum December 14, 1989

      Shawn Michaels vs. Bob Ripley
      Glens Falls, NY April 4, 1990

      Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty vs. Boris Zhukov & Nikolai Volkoff
      Superstars May 19, 1990

      Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty vs. Demolition Smash & Crush
      Rochester, NY June 5, 1990

      Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty vs. the Orient Express
      Maple Leaf Gardens April 21, 1991

      Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty vs. the Nasty Boys
      Superstars May 4, 1991

      Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty vs. Paul Roma & Hercules
      Barcelona, Spain October 5, 1991

      Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty vs. the Natural Disasters
      Wrestling Challenge November 2, 1991

      Shawn Michaels & Marty Jannetty vs. the Legion of Doom
      Superstars December 28, 1991
      Shawn Michaels vs. Jimmy Snuka
      Madison Square Garden January 31, 1992
      Piper’s Pit with Shawn Michaels & Sensational Sherri
      Syracuse, NY April 29, 1992
      Shawn Michaels vs. Kerry Von Erich
      All American Wrestling July 26, 1992
      Shawn Michaels vs. Tatanka
      Superstars French & Italian Versions Landover, MD September 2, 1992
      Shawn Michaels vs. British Bulldoig
      Superstars Italian Version Regina, Saskatchewan October 13, 1992
      Shawn Micahels vs. the Big Bosssman
      Wrestling Challenge November 14, 1992
      Shawn Michaels vs. Randy Savage
      Beaumont, TX January 4, 1993
      Shawn Michaels vs. Owen Hart
      Superstars Italian Version March 24, 1993 Long Beach, CA February 15, 1993
      Shawn Michaels vs. Crush
      Superstars Italian Version March 31, 1993 San Diegeo, CA February 16, 1993
      Shawn Michaels vs. Typhoon
      Superstars Italian Version Portland, ME May 5, 1993
      Shawn Michaels vs. Randy Savage
      Wilkes-Barre, PA July 6, 1993
      Shawn Michaels & Owen Hart vs. Bret Hart & Razor Ramon
      Lowell, MA March 22, 1994
      Shawn Michaels & Diesel vs. the Headshrinkers
      Milwaukee, WI August 30, 1994
      Heartbreak Hotel with Dick Murdoch
      Corpus Christi, TX January 10, 1995
      Shawn Michaels vs. Adam Bomb
      Action Zone March 26, 1995
      Shawn Michaels & the Undertaker vs. Psycho Sid & Kama
      Danbury, CT May 16, 1995
      Shawn Michaels vs. Rad Radford
      Action Zone June 18, 1995
      Shawn Michaels & Diesel vs. Men on a Mission
      Action Zone September 10, 1995
      Diesel & Shawn Michaels vs. the Undertaker & Jake Roberts
      Cincinnati, OH February 19, 1996
      Shawn Michaels vs. Justin Bradshaw
      Superstars September 29, 1996
      Shawn Michaels vs. Farooq
      Springfield, MA November 19, 1996
      Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart vs. the Undertaker
      Madison Square Garden September 22, 1997
      Shawn Michaels & the New Age Outlaws vs. the Undertaker & the Legion of Doom in a Steel Cage Match
      Madison Square Garden January 10, 1998
      Shawn Michaels & Kevin Nash vs. Ric Flair & Randy Orton
      RAW June 23, 2003
      Shawn Michaels, Triple H, & John Bradshaw Layfield vs. Batista, John Cena, & Hulk Hogan
      Philadelphia, PA July 18, 2005
      John Cena, Dusty Rhodes, Triple H, & Shawn Michaels vs. Randy Orton, Cody Rhodes, & Ted Dibiase Jr.
      Detroit, MI August 31, 2009

    • Brad Attitude says:

      a Shawn Michaels set is overrated and boring. He’s already got like 20 dvd sets

  5. Daniel Wissert says:

    Coming Soon!…
    Ultimate Warrior (Unreleased Matches)
    DVD and Blu-Ray

    • RabidHeat says:

      I’m sorry, but it was only on very rare occasions that the Warrior had good matches on PPV, with the right opponent (WM 6, 7, Summerslam ’92 and the matches with Rude). Imagine the match quality of his matches that were not intended to be seen on TV or PPV, when he knew he didn’t have to try at all? The prospect of three whole discs of that scares me. Even on his last 2 sets which were effectively ‘Best Ofs’, most of the in-ring content was hard to sit through.

      • SAB says:

        Don’t buy the (potential) DVD and let people who like Warrior buy it if it “scares you” so much…

        • RabidHeat says:

          Well, I wouldn’t buy it, obviously. Who said I would?

          The word “you” shouldn’t be in quotation marks, by the way.

          • SAB says:

            Once again a laughably pedantic reply. I had to paraphrase your comment to have it make sense. If I’d written “scares me” that wouldn’t make sense as another Warrior collection doesn’t scare me! And I, clearly, wasn’t implying you would buy a Warrior DVD. I was just going for a ‘live and let live’ vibe.

      • Brad Attitude says:

        The Ultimate Collection wasn’t all that bad although it had a little too many squash matches and the bluray exclusive matches were a waste and weren’t all that good. The contract signings were the only good bonuses. Other than those, the set had good matches also with Ted DiBiase, Mr Perfect, Andre and a few good interview segments.

        • RabidHeat says:

          This is my point. An Unreleased Warrior set would be entirely made up of squash matches. And SAB … did you actually say “vibe”? Haha.

          FYI, using the word “you” wasn’t the issue. Your quotation marks should have just been around the word “scares”. That would still have made sense, as you say.

          I wouldn’t keep correcting your grammar and punctuation if your responses to it weren’t so hilarious, by the way. But even when you respond to an error, you get that response wrong, which just amuses me.

      • whut says:

        although she/he has a point to a certain degree. the second multi disc release already had several jobber matches on there.

        I think the two facts that the Warrior wasn’t around that long (compared to someone like Savage, much less someone like Michaels) and also more of a “special attraction” top guy instead of someone having countless matches in the mid- or undercard limits the amount of potential matches a lot.

        (especially considering that at least some of the unreleased matches that would be worth a release were probably already put on last years’ “Unreleased” and the new Savage set)

        • RabidHeat says:

          That was precisely my point. It was just my opinion on a potential Warrior Unreleased set. I wasn’t expecting to get the ‘if you don’t like it, don’t buy it’ treatment from SAB, which is the sentiment that people always trot out here when they try to deny somebody their right to an opinion (which ironically isn’t exactly fulfilling his supposed mantra of “live and let live”).

          But yes, my problem with a Warrior Unreleased set is that it will be exclusively jobber matches, or at least all super-quick matches, and nothing but.

    • RCS1988 says:

      Would be DVD only.

  6. meme says:

    I am surprised to see The Shield being given the sort of death spot that is a July release. That tells me they still have some big stuff planned for the holiday releases that we don’t know about, save for AJ Styles.

  7. Tabs31 says:

    Anybody know why doesn’t have any of the newer DVDs listed on their site? I had to order Raw 25th anniversary dvd from the American site cuz it’s not on the Canadian one.

  8. RabidHeat says:

    I’m not sure about the Savage cover, but I can’t quite put my finger on why. It’s just not what I expected, and it’s very … orange. No big deal though, it’s the content that matters after all and it’s a great listing.

    Regarding The Shield DVD, I am very surprised actually. I’m not really seeing why it makes any sense whatsoever to release another Shield set at this moment in time. They’re not together at the moment and the recent attempt at a reunion was a disaster due to mumps outbreaks and injuries etc. So, erm … why now? Didn’t the three of them only have one PPV match during their latest run? Plus I feel enough of The Shield’s best stuff was covered in the first set. Just seems like a wasted spot on this year’s DVD schedule. Maybe it was just a provisional idea they had back when they thought the 2017 Shield reunion was going to go better than it did, and they might now change their mind.

    • SAB says:

      Why a second Shield DVD? Because the first one sold well probably. Pretty obvious.

      • RabidHeat says:

        Yes, but lots of things sell well. It doesn’t necessarily mean that there is enough quality material for a Volume 2. I should have clarified, my question isn’t as to why WWE are doing it, but why it’s needed.

    • meme says:

      Really? For me it was exactly what I expected. A colorful cover for the Macho Man.

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