WWE will release “Then, Now, Forever: The Evolution of WWE’s Women’s Division” on DVD in just over 2 weeks’ time so let’s get a first look at it, shall we?
In these WrestlingDVDNetwork.com exclusive clips you’ll see new interview footage with Victoria as she talks about her training with Fit Finlay in the early 2000s, and also new interview comments with Mickie Jamies on her rivarly with Trish Stratus which was Mickie’s very first storyline in WWE:
You can pre-order WWE’s first-ever 3-disc DVD collection on women’s wrestling for $19.99 in the United States (here on Amazon.com) or £21.99 in the United Kingdom (here on Amazon.co.uk).
These are a small preview of “Spotlight” segments found between every match on the new DVD which highlight one or more female stars influential in WWE’s women’s division either in the past or in the present day. Like for Victoria and Mickie James, these chapters will feature new interview footage, where possible, with the Superstar being spotlighted.
And as you saw it’s not just an interview, it’s more of a documentary-style piece for each woman!
“Then, Now, Forever: The Evolution of WWE’s Women’s Division” will present that documentary material on top of more than 20 full-length matches involving the greatest female performers in company history including the likes of Wendi Richter, Sensational Sherri, Chyna, Trish Stratus, Lita, AJ Lee, Paige, The Bellas Twins, Charlotte Flair, Sasha Banks and Ronda Rousey.
Get your copy of “The Evolution of WWE’s Women’s Division” DVD on…
– UK/Europe: June 25th. Pre-order the WWE Women’s DVD right now on Amazon.co.uk.
– United States: June 26th. Pre-order the WWE Women’s DVD now here on Amazon.com.
– Australia: TBA. Your pre-order opportunity will be announced soon via Madman.com.au.
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Following the Women’s Evolution DVD out later this month WWE’s next big 3-disc DVD set will be “The Shield – Justice for All” compiling nearly 20 of Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns’ best matches in the past few years and several new interview segments with the trio.
It’s a little too early to give a look at the final retail packaging but here’s a sneak peek at how the DVD’s content listing will be laid out on the inside artwork or on a reversible insert:
Heads up, the new WWE “30 Years of SummerSlam” DVD is now available to pre-order in the United States in the same week we exclusively revealed its full content listing.
Amazon.com is now listing it for release on August 28th. In case you missed our earlier updates, this will be a 3-disc set featuring 18 historic SummerSlam matches and host segments on top.
The official cover artwork and trailer for this one should be along soon!
More chances now for fans in the United States and worldwide to get hold of the European exclusive 4-disc WrestleMania 34 DVD with NXT TakeOver: New Orleans in eBay listings like this one:
$59.99 – WrestleMania 34 DVD (With NXT TakeOver Bonus Disc, Free Shipping)
Speaking of eBay here are the best goodies we’ve found ending in auctions this weekend, a mix of rare WWF DVDs and potentially great deals on more current titles:
$0.99 – NXT: From Secret to Sensation DVD (Sealed)
$0.99 – WrestleMania 33 DVD (Sealed)
$0.99 – SummerSlam 2017 DVD (Sealed)
$0.99 – TLC 2017 DVD (Sealed)
$3.00 – WWF Best of RAW Vol. 1 & 2 DVD
$7.00 – WWF Action! DVD
$9.99 – Double Feature: Elimination Chamber & Fastlane 2018 DVD (Free Shipping)
$9.99 – Clash of Champions 2017 DVD (Free Shipping)
$11.00 – Randy Savage Unreleased DVD (Free Shipping)
$14.99 – WWF SummerSlam 2000 DVD
$18.00 – WWF Royal Rumble 2000 DVD
$19.00 – WWF WrestleMania 18 DVD
$22.95 – Lot of 3 WWE DVDs (Kurt Angle, 30 Years of SSeries, Kevin Owens, Sealed)
$39.99 – Ted DiBiase: The Price of Fame DVD (Signed by DiBiase!)
GRR coming out in November is a joke. The guys running the WWE DVD department have killed it. Personally I stopped collecting after 20 years when Fremantle blocked me for saying release times are too long in the network era. Maybe they need 6 months to edit all the botched moves out.
Sounds like they just blocked you for being a d*ck, to be honest. Plus, I thought the phrase “killing it” denoted a positive thing nowadays? Lastly, if you don’t collect anymore, why do you still have any interest in this site?
Surely it’s better to wait til November for GRR than to not get it at all. Fremantle have got releases out a damn sight quicker than Silver Vision did. Mania used to be released in early July. Now it’s early June. Not to mention that we get digipaks, NXT Takeover and alternative artwork. I miss Silver Vision but Fremantle are far from the worst distributor out there. Just ask the collectors in the US with their slimline cases and discs stacked one on top of the other.
Maybe they shouldn’t even release that joke of an event at all and just shelve it.
This will be a great set. But it will not be the last. There will be a volume 2 but it’ll probably be out sometime next year.
What evidence do you have to confirm that there “will be” a Volume 2?
With the DVDs yet to be released (Shield, Women’s Evolution, and Summerslam set), I think I’m actually most excited for the Women’s Evolution, which I did not expect in the least. A women’s set has been overdue and I found the content for Shield and Summerslam to be pretty sub-par.
I totally agree with you on this. Not exactly excited about another Shield DVD or the SS DVD. If they could make the SS release a documentary then I would be excited for it. At least it isn’t a top 30 countdown.
I totally agree! It’s high time the Women’s division get a set. Am excited about it having a documentary though tbh not exactly expecting much considering how documentaries on released sets are now (short, skip over stuff.)
Wish SSlam was like the True WM Story in that there was a documentary on the event’s history as I think SSlam is big enough now (if it wasn’t before) to warrant a documentary. It’s so big now in fact that even Stone Cold calls it “the WM of the summer,” Considering all the hype and everything that WWE gives SSlam, they give it the WM treatment? I’d say Austin is accurate w/his statement.
The Shield, I love them. Wish they didn’t break when they did but understand why they did and it worked best for Rollins at the time. But this reunion wasn’t as big/impactful even with Kurt Angle as their partner at TLC as their original run was. The reunion didn’t even last as long either. To be fair that may or may not have been the plan all along. In any case it didn’t last long due to problems Reigns and later Ambrose had. All that said though I find the Shield set much like the SSlam dvd considering the missing matches from the SSlam set to be cash grab.