Documentary Length for WWE The Epic Journey of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson DVD & Blu-ray

January 31, 2012 by Daniel Bee

The run time of the main documentary feature on the WWE’s upcoming DVD and Blu-ray release The Epic Journey of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has now been confirmed by Silvervision as approximately 2 hours.

Expect to see new interviews with The Rock and similar footage to that which was shown in his WrestleMania 28 hype video package which aired at Royal Rumble and during this week’s Raw, with a camera crew following The Rock around during some of his recent appearances.

As you may have been following, in the case of the DVD edition the entire first disc is devoted to this 2 hour main feature and includes the following content/topics:

– Family Tradition
– The U
– Blue-Chip
– Rocky Sucks
– Nation of Domination
– The Corporate Champion
– Fighting for Number One
– The People’s Champion
– Rock & Sock Connection
– Mainstream Star
– Electrifying
– Icon vs. Icon
– Backlash
– Rock Concert
– “The Rock Has Done it All”
– Hollywood Sensation
– Twentieth Anniversary
– Honouring his Family
– Rock Comes Home
– A Year in the Making
– Happy Birthday
– Rock’s Toy Chest

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  1. nightmare says:

    Ok thanks for all the help I was just asking I still am thinking of selling it

  2. Dave says:

    In Canada we didn’t get the 2-disc edition, only the single disc. I found a brand new copy 3-4 years ago on ebay for $20…i was actually pretty surprised the 2-disc still has the scratch logo unedited even though it was released in the fall of 2002. I would have thought by then they would have blurred out the logos.

  3. nightmare says:

    I saw it on amazon for over 60.00 and more The ones that came out were only 1 disc and mine is 2 so I don’t know really

    • Daniel Bee says:

      Yes, the 2 disc version is the more special of the two but I’m just saying it’s never been all that hard to come across. Being listed at $60 on Amazon does not necessarily mean it will sell. If it were me I’d just hang on to it, but if was in need of the cash I’d personally try eBay’ing it with good pictures and clear description of it being rarer.

  4. nightmare says:

    Does anybody know how rare the
    WWE – The Rock – Just Bring It! (Collector’s Edition)2 disc set is brand new I have it and was thinking of selling it or trade it thanks

    • Daniel Bee says:

      Not sure you’d get all that much for it Nightmare. Whilst it’s OOP, and the special edition of the two, it’s not really one of the particularly hard to find titles and it usually doesn’t seem to fetch much money when sold. At least in my experience. You can always try though.

  5. scsa says:

    All looks good except the Blu-Ray extras 🙁 There’s hardly nothing there!

  6. Brad Attitude says:

    i hope the doco is worth it but wish wwe would fill up the disc with some of his promos. that would be a good first disc nontheless.

  7. The topics look good. Definitely getting this.

  8. Simon says:

    The Rock will be the only man to have competed against WWE’s top superstars from each generation at Wrestlemanias; namely Hulk Hogan, Steve Austin and John Cena. Pretty impressive.

  9. SRB says:

    I don’t care what anyone says, there’s a few amount of guys who can be away and who can come back and pick it right back up and Rock is one of these few. I cannot wait for this set. Truly amazing and if it weren’t for the documentary I doubt I’d purchase it.

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