Batista and Seth Rollins will grace the cover of the “WWE Live in the UK – May 2014” DVD, releasing to fans in the UK and Europe on Monday, August 11th, 2014.
The DVD can be pre-ordered here on WWEDVD.co.uk, featuring matches from RAW, Smackdown, Superstars and Main Event. Below is the synopsis, artwork and extra feature.
With the WWE Universe still reeling from the events of WrestleMania and Extreme Rules, the WWE arrives in London for RAW and SmackDown Live in the UK! Hulkamania is back and running wild in London as Hulk Hogan returns to England’s capital for SmackDown. Not content with defeating John Cena at Extreme Rules, Bray Wyatt looks to completely destroy the Cenation Leader, in front of a packed O2 crowd. Can John Cena’s new found allies, The Usos, prevent the maniacal Bray Wyatt from toppling the 14 time World Champion?
Plus the homecoming of England’s newly crowned Intercontinental Champion, Bad News Barrett, and Divas Champion, Paige!
WWE Championship Match
Hulk Hogan vs. “Macho Man” Randy Savage
First WWE UK Event • October 10, 1989
Here’s a first screenshot from the “Ladies and Gentleman, My Name Is Paul Heyman” DVD and Blu-ray documentary, to be released next month. Amazon’s pre-order price for the DVD has now been dropped to just $19.99 – click here to order your copy!
Before the Heyman DVD lands, the next major release is “United We Slam – Best of The Great American Bash”. That’s coming on both DVD and Blu-ray formats this Monday to the UK, this Tuesday to the US, and early next month to Australia.
The WWEDVD.co.uk site is already shipping out copies to fans in the UK and Europe.
Heads up, the new “John Cena’s Greatest Rivalries” DVD/Blu-ray has been listed here on Amazon.com for October release. The current pre-order price is only $16.75.
As mentioned, the Undertaker and Kane “Brothers of Destruction” DVD is also planned for October release in the US. That too has been added here on Amazon.com, and since it’s a single-disc release, the current pre-order price for that one is just $10.45.
Matt Sydal (previously known as Evan Bourne in WWE) will be sitting down with Kayfabe Commentaries on August 7th for a live shoot interview on iPPV, which could possibly end up as a DVD release later. Submit your questions to Sydal at KayfabeCommentaries.com.
regarding United we Slam on a technical level, it is a bit of a mess:
the sound is a step down from DTS to LPCM, and the WarGames match unlike on the compilation set from last year, looks bad in picture..more than before you can see it is a rip off from a old VHS tape..why it looks in badder shape than on the WarGames compilation set I don’t know.. also the before mentioned commentaries from Dusty and Larry on 4 matches are very annoying.. makes me believe this set was rushed for some reason I can not understand, cos the idea is great and should have been better presented.
But.. the matches speak for them self, and they are for the most great so far..
how much as I respect Dusty aswell as Zbysko for their ringabilities and contribution to wrestling, they are not excited to listen to in the matches where they provide commentary. And there is no option to choose original commentary for those matches, which is a minus.
But apart from that, looks great so far, 2 matches in.
The matches that Dusty & Zbyszko do commentary for don’t have original commentary. There never was any.
thanks for info..I did not know that.. that explains the non-option for changing commentary track of course..
just got the United we slam Bluray UK version set with mail.. looks really great with stars stripes and fireworks images in introduction, blended with great moments from the ppv.
Looks like I’m gonna have a Break in the Breaking Bad marathon I’m in the middle of, with this early arrival of a goodie.. 😉
John Cena’s Greatest Rivalries spoiler alert. Number 1 is John Cena vs IWC