Full Extras for WWE Best of RAW & SD Blu-Ray, New Vader DVD, $200 Seller

January 19, 2014 by Daniel Bee

WWEDVD.co.uk have revealed the full list of Blu-ray exclusives planned for The Best of RAW & Smackdown 2013.

Fans in the UK and Europe can pre-order it from tomorrow.

WWE Best of RAW and Smackdown 2013 DVD & Blu-ray

Blu-ray Exclusives

Steel Cage Match
John Cena vs. Dolph Ziggler
RAW • 14th January 2013

Triple Threat Match for the Intercontinental Championship
Wade Barrett vs. The Miz vs. Chris Jericho
RAW • 18th March 2013

Kane, Daniel Bryan & Kofi Kingston vs. The Shield
RAW • 20th June 2013

Alberto Del Rio vs. Christian
Smackdown • 9th August 2013

Intercontinental Championship Match
Curtis Axel vs. Big E. Langston
RAW • 18th November 2013


Get your copy of RAW & Smackdown 2013…


US Release: January 28th. Click to pre-order.

AU Release: February 5th. Click to pre-order.

UK Release: March 10th.
(Blu-ray edition exclusive to UK/European market).


Here’s a first look screenshot from the next “Timeline: The History of WCW” DVD, which is available from KayfabeCommentaries.com on Tuesday, February 4th.

This time the year of WCW covered is 1993, and it’s told by Vader.

Vader - Timeline History of WCW 1993 DVD

Best PPV Matches 2013 is advertised in the latest issue of WWE Magazine. Thanks to Jamyn Blanton for passing along the pic below. The DVD is available now.

WWE Best PPV Matches 2013 DVD Advertisement

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This WWE DVD pack sold here on eBay.com yesterday for $202.50!

It’s the original double pack of WrestleMania 20 and RAW Homecoming which upon release was available for a limited time exclusively through Walmart stores in the United States.

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  1. Ricardo Aguilera says:

    Should have added the rock and cm punk confront each other when the rock gave him the rock bottom or the one when they brawl Cena vs ziggler I think the first raw of 2013 what a classic hhh returns and brawls with Brock Lesnar undertaker vs Dean Ambrose on smackdown rvd vs Chris Jericho Kane vs cm punk no disqualification match fatal 4 way match winner faces the undertaker at WrestleMania cm punk vs big show vs sheamus vs Randy Orton triple threat number one contender match Randy Orton vs rvd vs Christian six man tag team match the shield vs Kane Orton and Daniel Bryan

  2. mike says:

    Hello just letting. everyone no that i am from windsor ontario. canada and. that at wal mart that the best of. Raw and smackdown 2013 dvd is. out already. i pick one. up today. at. the. east end. wal mart

  3. SD Jones says:

    A Ziggler cage match… a great 6 man Sheifd match… and Big E’s first title win. I’ll take it. I don’t need Jericho/RVD – van dams run this year is a waste. just a blur

  4. Mr Disc says:

    It’s good to see that Stephanie is on the covers of a couple of the latest releases. I was always amazed that she was never used on the dvd covers during the Attitude Era PPV’s even though she was a big part of it. Better late than never as they say. 🙂

  5. THOMAS says:

    I am not building any hopes up to win the giveaway of the 2002 Royal Rumble UK Version dvd

  6. Shane A. says:

    Still no Rhodes Vs. Orton? still no RVD Vs. Jericho? What?

  7. Vintage Simon says:

    No RVD/Jericho or Taker/Ambrose. Pathetic.

  8. Anonymous says:

    You legitimately had my hopes up with the “New Vader DVD” headline. I immediately started thinking about all the outstanding unreleased Vader matches from 1992 to 1994.

    That said, this Timeline series DVD is also a must purchase.

    It’s funny how so many other companies like Kayfabe, RF, Highspots and Ellbow see the value in 1980s to early 1990s NWA/WCW content, yet WWE seems to ignore it.

    • Mr Disc says:

      Come on let’s be honest did Vader really have any classic matches?

      • prettywonderful says:

        @Mr Disc
        you got to be kidding, right?

        he had several of great matches, first and foremost his whole series of fights against Sting. but also against Foley, Flair or Michaels. he even put on good matches with Hogan in WCW.

        • LP1 says:

          Vader’s best work was actually in Japan in the early 90’s. If WWE ever did a Vader release it would be cool if they could get some of those. The good thing about the Network is that if there were any potential DVD ideas that might sound good on paper, but probably wouldn’t have sold many DVD’s, they can always make them Network-excusives. Honestly I don’t think a Vader release would be a huge DVD seller, but as an exclusive on the Network I could definitely see it.

          • Anonymous says:

            Bret Hart and Mick Foley had releases that weren’t huge sellers either. But Hart continues to dangle his Stampede footage as a carrot to WWE (according to Hart, if they want his Stampede footage, they just have to put out more DVDs on him), while they want to keep Foley happy or else he starts whining about how he’s mistreated.

            As far as Vader’s work in Japan, the only stuff that would really need to be included would be at least one of his matches against Stan Hansen. Nothing else is as important as his WCW work. They can more than fill out a 3-DVD set featuring his WCW career and all-time classic feuds against the likes of Sting, Cactus Jack and Ric Flair, not to mention other great matches against Davey Boy Smith, Ricky Steamboat, The Boss, Dustin Rhodes and the first Hogan match at SuperBrawl V. Throw on a couple of WWF matches (against Austin and Shamrock) and they’re pretty close to all set.

            • Zack says:

              Without a doubt, Vader was the most gifted and athletic superheavyweight ever in the business (Bam Bam Bigelow a close second). Vader’s title run in 1993 (with Harley Race as his manager) was epic. Great matches against Sting, Bulldog, Cactus Jack, Steamboat, and Flair. A lot of people say Vader was misused in the WWF, and I agree to a point, but he was 40 years old when he debuted at the Royal Rumble in 1996, and clearly at that time the WWF was going with the whole “New Generation” slogan. His match with HBK at SummerSlam is one of the top five main events in SummerSlam and his series of matches against the Undertaker are also memorable as well. I will admit I have not seen any of his Japan matches other than what is shown on youtube. If they did a series on him, they could also throw in an AWA match or two.