Updated cover artwork has just come through for May’s WWE DVD releases in the United States — WrestleMania 33 and “Seth Rollins: Building The Architect”.
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In the case of WrestleMania, we expect that the above is still temporary artwork for now, however it’s evident that elements of the artwork are already being worked on by the company. This new cover shot and the one revealed for the Steelbook Blu-ray this month appear to suggest that WWE are planning to use variants of the event poster as the Home Video artwork this year.
Right before those new releases, “BEST OF 2000s” will hit stores at the end of April. We have also received new U.S. box art for this 4-disc DVD set, which you can see below:
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– UK/Europe: April 24th. Pre-order the WWE 2000’s DVD right now here on Amazon.co.uk.
– USA: April 25th. Lock in your pre-order for the WWE 2000’s DVD here on Amazon.com.
– Australia: May 24th. Your pre-order opportunity just went live over at Madman.com.au.
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I’ve got a feeling it will pretty much be laid out like the poster, but they will just shift the images of each superstar around so that the people fighting each other are stood next to each other, at least at the front of the image for the 4 main events (which I presume WWE is seeing as Goldberg/Lesnar, Wyatt/Orton, Taker/Roman and HHH/Rollins).
I would love that WrestleMania X-Seven DVD since I never got to buy it originally when it first came out…I would love to win something for once.
Nice to have Kurt Angle on covers again.
We all have missed Kirk Angel…
Was there ever a DDP Steelbook released???
DDP will be released 4/4 and there is what looks to be a Steelbook Blu-ray up for pre-order on Best Buy:
DDPlease don’t release a steel book on this guy…
Did you lose a bet that says you have to buy the steelbook? Why so angry?
The rollercoaster theme is dumb.
The whole current wwe product is.
But instead of just not watching the product you dislike, you will watch and complain about it anyway, right?
Thats what is whats mind boggling about the fans that nitpick and complain about everything WWE but are the same ones week in and week out watching just so they can complain on message boards like a bunch of arm chair bookers thinking they can be Vince McMahon. Its funny and surprising that fans that still complain are ones watching the last 15-20 years. Like come on, if its so bad and people actually legitimately get upset over scripted WWE then there are much bigger issues going on. Why invest so much time and anger over something clearly you don’t like anymore.
Go on archive message boards from 1999-2001 there are fans just like this who were complaining just like now about guys like Austin, Rock, HHH, Taker burying everyone..they need to push Angle, Benoit, Guerrero, Melenko, Val Venis, etc. Just replace that list with current indy darlings and guys like Cena, Reigns and Orton getting that same hate. Now its just the internet is widely available and every Tom, Dick and Harry think they can be a booker. Back then internet fans were just as bad as they are now. Wrestling fans never and will never change, they will always be mad when things don’t go their way.
I agree with what you’re saying about people complaining, but what you’re forgetting is the big difference between then and now. Back then it was easy to dismiss all the negative complaining because business was booming. Ratings were through the roof, live attendance was selling out all the time and PPV buys were at record levels. So yeah, it was easy to dismiss the complaints. Today its not so easy because ratings, especially Raw, are at an all time low and live attendance is way down from back then. But overall I agree about the people that will never happy and will only complain just to complain.
Ratings are down for everything. People in the US are cutting off cable in huge numbers. http://fortune.com/2016/04/05/household-cable-cord-cutters/
That sounds good on the surface to say “Ratings are down for everything”, but that’s very inaccurate. If you look at news channels like MSNBC, FoxNews, CNN, etc, ratings are higher now than they’ve ever been. And CNN has been around since 1980. UFC ratings overall are up compared to where they were 10-12 years ago. And there’s plenty more examples of ratings being up for certain programs compared to years ago. While it’s a convenient excuse to blame cord cutting for Raw’s ratings being down, it can only blamed for a very small fraction of their ratings drop. Since 2012 alone, Raw has lost roughly 30% of its audience. If this were a major network show that lost 30% of its audience in 5 years, that show would be canned immediately. And that’s only going back to 2012. If you go back to 2000, Raw has lost over 55% of its audience. With the exception of a couple of periods where they went up and down slightly, it’s been a continual drop for Raw over the last 16+ years. And cord cutting would have no effect on live event attendance which is also down.
Debates on ratings and attendance … on a page about DVDs. Can’t this be done on Lords of Pain?
Orlando has theme parks with roller coasters, that might be the reason for it, but that’s just my assumption