“Ladies and Gentleman, My Name is Paul Heyman” was officially released TODAY!
We showed you exclusive teasers and pics of the UK version out yesterday. Below is a full photo set of the US released 3-disc DVD set, with thanks to Nancy Perez and Rick Velazquez.
Got your copy of the Heyman DVD or Blu-ray yet? Try out the Amazon buttons below, but beware that it looks to be selling out extremely quick on both formats!
An in-depth 2 hour documentary with more than 20 interview subjects is your main feature here. In addition to that, opt for the Blu-ray edition for nearly 1 and a half hours of exclusive story pieces. Extras include 40 classic promos from AWA, WCW, ECW and WWE, plus a few “Heyman Guy” matches too. All in all that’s just over 7 hours of content on DVD, and over 8 hours and 30 minutes of content on Blu-ray. Check out the full content listing or read a review.
Ladies and gentleman, my name is Paul Heyman… and I have a lot to say.
Long before MY CLIENT, BRROOCKK LESNAARR, conquered the Undertaker’s Streak at WrestleMania, I earned a reputation as a person who directed Superstars to success. So this year, while continuing to guide Superstars to the bright lights of superstardom, I found time to give you a front row seat into the greatest mind sports entertainment has ever seen.
Find out how an attorney’s son from Scarsdale, New York infiltrated sports entertainment as a teenager and became one of the most revolutionary forces of all time. Sit back as I shoot from the hip on my life and carer while you celebrate my vast contributions as a producer, promoter, manager, writer, general manager, advocate and all around creative genius. So keep your mouth shut, your ears open and listen to one of the greatest stories ever told. If you’re lucky you might even learn a thing or two.
Full Content: WWE “Ladies and Gentlemen, My Name is Paul Heyman” DVD/Blu-ray.
– UK/Europe: AVAILABLE NOW. Get a copy through WWEDVD.co.uk.
– USA: AVAILABLE NOW. Get yours at Amazon.com or WWEShop.com.
– Australia: AVAILABLE NOW. Get a copy through WWEDVD.com.au.
Do you guys have pictures of the blu-ray yet?
Some in here:
Best buy was selling the blu-ray today for $19.99 (same price as the dvd); picked it up this morning