Full Content Listing for ‘WWE 24 – Best of 2019’, Teaser Trailer for ‘SmackDown 20’ DVD

September 10, 2019 by Daniel Bee

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Everybody on the ground, it’s a brand new trailer for the “SmackDown 20th Anniversary” DVD, featuring the original SmackDown theme!

Liked what you saw in the teaser? Then go SmackDown your pre-order with Amazon and come October you will own a special anniversary collection of 29 matches and moments selected from 1999 through 2019.

Full Content Listing Revealed for 'WWE 24 - The Best of 2019' DVD!

Here at WrestlingDVDNetwork.com we’ve also got hold of the FULL content listing for “WWE 24 – The Best of 2019”.

What will be the final non-PPV release on the 2019 WWE DVD schedule, this 2-disc set will collect together four of the year’s WWE 24 documentaries that originally aired on the WWE Network. The same was produced last year for the series with the “WWE 24 – The Best of 2018” DVD.

There’s also a set of special features to accompany the WWE 24 episodes. Shouting out a couple, “Revolutionary: The Year of Ronda Rousey” has her full match against Charlotte Flair from Survivor Series last year, while “Kofi Kingston: The Year of Return” has his WWE Championship victory over Daniel Bryan from WrestleMania this year.

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WrestleMania: New Orleans

    New Orleans Flavor
    Personal Accomplishment
    Today Is Going To Be A Great Day
    This Town Is Ready For WrestleMania
    That’s The Way To Kick Off WrestleMania
    Emotions Come Pouring Out
    It Takes Every Inch Of You…
    High Hopes

Revolutionary: The Year of Ronda Rousey

    The Rumors Are True
    Zero Fear Of Criticism
    Reconnecting With Her Childhood Passion
    Everyone’s Got A Plan…
    This Isn’t Just A Job
    I Don’t Deserve To Be The Focus
    Creating The Perfect Storm Together
    Main Event Of WrestleMania
    There’s Always A Next Chapter


— Daniel Bryan and Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn
WrestleMania 34 • April 8, 2018

— Ronda Rousey vs. Charlotte Flair
Survivor Series • November 18, 2018

WWE 24 Documentaries - Ronda Rousey, Kofi Kingston, Becky Lynch & Roman Reigns



Kofi Kingston: The Year of Return

    The Year of Return
    Following His Dream
    Getting The Call
    It’s a New Day
    Entertainment and Reality
    I Always Envisioned This
    You Can Make It Happen
    You Will Be Who They Talk About

Becky Lynch: The Man

    I Wanted To Main Event WrestleMania
    The Old Stomping Grounds
    This Is What I Was Meant To Do…
    Clearly There Was Something There
    Last Man Standing
    And I Get A Punch In The Face…
    You Never Know What Next Year’s Gonna Bring
    It’s Been A Lifetime Leading Up To Right Now
    I Wanted That Main Event Spot…
    It Felt Like I Had An Army Behind Me


WWE Championship Match
Daniel Bryan vs. Kofi Kingston
WrestleMania 35 • April 7, 2019

Winner-Take-All Triple Threat Match for the RAW and SmackDown Women’s Championships
Ronda Rousey vs. Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair
WrestleMania 35 • April 7, 2019

WWE 24: The Best of 2019 DVD - Full Content Listing

Get your copy of the new “WWE 24 – THE BEST OF 2019” DVD…

UK/Europe: December 9th. Pre-order the WWE 24 collection now on Amazon.co.uk.

United States: December 10th. Your pre-order opportunity is due soon here on Amazon.com.

Australia: TBA. Look for a release date announcement shortly via Madman.com.au.


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  1. Dvd Guy says:

    I like the documentaries being released, this is really light on the extra. They could have really loaded this more with extras. What is the average 24 documentary 50 to 55 minutes? They have plenty of room on these to load them. Man what a lackluster year for dvd releases. I have been collecting since they started releasing dvds and this year to me has not been good.

    • RabidHeat says:

      The last few years have sucked tbh, and I don’t see it getting any better.

      It doesn’t look like AEW will release DVDs anytime soon either as there hasn’t been a glimmer of news about that on here. There was a poll from AEW about a potential Double or Nothing release a few months ago, but I don’t see physical media happening if they’re trying to be modern and progressive.

      I think us collectors are quickly becoming a thing of the past. 🙁

      Thing is though, aside from the DVD news, which I get there isn’t much of these days, where did all the columns go on this site to tide us over between news? Coliseum Corner, Fantasy Concepts etc.?

      • David says:

        Seems like Impact Wrestling are only releasing their PPV DVDs. I noticed what they are doing is on the day of the PPV they are offering a pre-order option of the DVD releasing 3 months after the event. They haven’t done any compilations lately – i believe the Gail Kim set was the last one.

        ROH also looks like they are scaling back a bit because they seem to only release their big PPV events but the “B”, “C” and “D” level shows are either bundled for example “War of the Worlds tour” which have 3 or 4 events as 3 or 4 disc sets instead of individually releasing them like they did in the past – poor sales most likely.

        Also their low level shows and television for 2019 they are releasing some of those matches on sets called ROH Best of 2019 Volume___. So far they have 2 volumes that are up to June right now. For example they had Road to the G1 Tour back in March but they still haven’t released those events but rather are putting some of the better matches on these Best of 2019 volumes along with various ROH TV matches.

        WWE as big as they are see the that physical media is dying and I think the only reason they are even releasing them is to fulfill their contract with Warner to put a certain number per year which include the PPVs. Its shows how little effort is being put on compilations and the best documentaries are being put on the network as we haven’t even got a full blown documentary since Kevin Owens. I wouldn’t count the Andre the Giant one since it was HBO produced along with WWE.

        • RabidHeat says:

          Yep, and plus the Owens documentary was like an hour long. Sad days.

        • SRB says:

          I’ll be honest that part of me is glad that ROH has backed off a bit. For Impact Wrestling, I was always a bit confused as to what the difference was between a One Night Only and a PPV event like Bound for Glory, especially when some of the events are getting DVD releases and others are not.

          For ROH, I am actually going to make the complaint that they are just too much in regards to DVD collecting. I look at my collection, which is rows and rows long and can see around 25 events for a single year. I understand they are more independent than WWE so the “pay per view” versus “event” label can throw people off like myself, but their compilations seem to still be going strong. I however am probably one of the few people that is glad they are going in reverse a bit as collecting an entire year of releases is a bit much.

  2. Jeff Copeland says:

    i thought they were doing a documentary for the undertaker ?? i herd they were earlier this year but have not herd any more news on it

    • AK says:

      The Taker doc could end up being a Network exclusive. It wouldn’t surprise me if it turned out that way.

      Still awaiting an Unreleased set on Taker. The HBK one did well enough to release another on Roddy Piper but idk how well it sold.

  3. RabidHeat says:

    Some news … YAY! The website’s still alive, people.

    I must admit this years 24 compilation I find more appealing than last years, as at least we have documentaries on three superstars who have not yet had a documentary DVD release. Last year’s only superstar focus was the Hardys, who had had a few docs previously.

    I mean I know they’re not fully-fledged career docs, but we never see them again for anybody but The Undertaker anyway.

    • SRB says:

      I am glad these are getting released overall and agree that while they’re not fully-fledged career docs, the WWE 24 series is generally really entertaining and informative. I don’t remember the last great WWE production I’ve seen, but the 24 series always seems to reinforce the idea that WWE can still hammer out good material when they want to. Or, I wonder if I only enjoy it as I am lowering my standards by expecting less since that’s exactly what we’ve gotten lately.

    • AK says:

      The career docs on Bret Hart, Stone Cold Steve Austin, names like that were as long and as great as they were bc they were worked on and released after their careers ended after they retired from active wrestling. KO’s doc was the length it was bc it was done too early imo to capitalize on him considering the timing of the doc’s release. Had they waited on it they’d have more to cover thus allowing for a longer doc if they chose that route w/the project.

      Btw if he has actually retired from wrestling then a career doc on The Rock would be appropriate too. He’s still very active in acting but may have quietly retired from wrestling since his last match was vs Cena at WM29 in 2013. I don’t count the impromptu match he had at WM32 as an actual full length match. But even for those who do, it was in 2016 3 years/WMs ago. Cena’s been hinting or teasing retiring lately saying in various interviews that it’s “a young man’s sport. I’m 42. my days are numbered.” so I know he had a doc done already but after retiring which likely isn’t far away a more updated and longer career doc on him would be good too. He’s been one of the company’s biggest and top stars so it’s probably as likely as a headlining HOF induction.

      • RabidHeat says:

        A possible Extended Edition of the :Epic Journey’ documentary about The Rock that just tacks on some stuff about the Cena matches and the 2014-2016 Mania appearances? Maybe.

        But another newly-filmed career doc on The Rock? Why? The last doc delved deeply into just about everything in his career up to and including 2011.

  4. Dorian Addison says:

    This DVD will be part of my collection

  5. wwe ppv collector says:

    When will summerslam 2019 dvd be release and the news of this ppv be out???

    • Robert Emons says:

      Summerslam released today I received my copy in the mail yesterday

    • AK says:

      This year’s Summerslam wasn’t bad. I liked it. Trish got a great sendoff after a great match against Charlotte. Enjoyed Becky vs Natalya. Balor really delivered as far as selling for and putting over The Fiend. Those were some of the highlights for me. But overall the best recent Summerslam for me was 2015. The 4 Way Tag Title match was fun and entertaining. Amell had a great in ring showing for a celebrity. Really liked Cena vs Rollins minus John Stewart’s interference. Taker vs Lesnar was the sole reason why I went. Great match minus the controversial finish. Just wish they let Taker cleanly defeat Lesnar once on ppv.

      2016 had a good Summerslam too. Liked Ambrose vs Ziggler. Balor vs Rollins was just awesome. Match of the night for me, AJ Styles vs Cena.

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