Full 2013 WWE DVD Schedule – History of WWE, Raw, IYH

September 10, 2012 by Mark D

WWE.com has just listed their current full home video schedule for 2013! Many of the projects were listed on their recently published DVD Poll.

WWE 2013 The Rock vs CM Punk

Some of the titles such as: Goldberg, War Games and the Triple H documentary have been discussed in the past (and some have even made it to schedules before), however it looks like 2013 may finally see their release.

It also appears that 2013 may be the year of Volume 2 with the second edition of ECW Unreleased and Best of Monday Nitro. Also, if you look towards the end of the year, WWE look to be bringing out the big guns in time for the holiday season with The History of WWE and Raw 20th Anniversary Box Set.


Here is the complete list:

  • WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2012 (Jan 15)
  • Best of Raw & SmackDown 2012 (Jan 29)
  • The Best of Nitro Volume 2 (Feb 12)
  • Royal Rumble 2013 (Feb 26)
  • Bret Hart Unreleased Matches (Mar 5)
  • Elimination Chamber 2013 (Mar 19)
  • Mick Foley Biography (Apr 16)
  • The Best of In Your House (Apr 30)
  • WrestleMania 29 (May 14)
  • Top 25 Rivalries (May 28)
  • Extreme Rules 2013 (Jun 18)
  • Goldberg (Jun 25)
  • TBD PPV (Jul 16)
  • ECW Unreleased Vol. 2 (Jul 30)
  • Money In The Bank 2013 (Aug 13)
  • Best of MSG (Aug 27)
  • Best of War Games (Sep 10)
  • SummerSlam 2013 (Sep 17)
  • Top 20 Divas Countdown (Sep 24)
  • Triple H Biography (Oct 8)
  • Night of Champions 2013 (Oct 15)
  • Money In The Bank Anthology (Oct 29)
  • Over the Limit 2013 (Nov 5)
  • History of WWE (Nov 19)
  • Hell in a Cell 2013 (Nov 26)
  • Raw 20th Anniversary Box Set (Dec 3)
  • Survivor Series 2013 (Dec 24)
  • Best WWE PPV’s (Dec 31)

It should be noted that “all titles and release dates are subject to change”.

So how does 2013’s WWE DVD and Blu-ray schedule measure up to this year? And what are the stand-out titles for you? As always we love to hear your feedback; please share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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  1. Scsa says:

    Has there been any news on a Volume 2 Greatest Rivlaries DVD/BLU-RAY for perhaps Austin Vs McMahon or Austin Vs Rock?

  2. mike says:

    I like the wcw ones best of war games and nitro dvd 2 maybe they should make a best of rick rude would love that

  3. Loopy says:

    I like the list. I wish they release the raw 20th anniversary box set either in February or march. I’m looking forward for nitro vol. 2, Mick Foley, ecw vol. 2, in your house, and war games.

  4. Anonymous says:

    In all honesty, I think that since the WWE can go ahead and use the footage and audio using WWF then they should Re-Release the Wrestlemania, Royal Rumble, and SummerSlam Anthology boxsets with everything being shown since they have that right now. 😀
    I Would also like to see a Backlash (Best Of), Judgment Day (Best Of), Unforgiven (Best Of), no Mercy (Best Of), and Armageddon (Best Of) Box Sets 🙂

  5. Eric says:

    Looks pretty good, actually. Other than do we need yet ANOTHER Bret and yet ANOTHER Hunter DVD? Counting DX, that’s, what, 6 for Hunter, I believe? VERY happy to FINALLY have a new Divas DVD. I’m not even sure how many years it’s been at this point. New WCW/ECW is always good. Also VERY happy about the best of in your house, especially being as now it can be unblurred. I’ll be getting them all, because, well, I get them all, but that lineup looks pretty damn good, for the most part. I’m hoping the best of MSG focuses on the 80s and back, or at least 90s and back. Most of the newer stuff is probably already on disc.

  6. Brandon says:

    Looks pretty good to me. I will definitely be getting the Nitro, Goldberg and War Games sets. Anytime WCW is released on dvd its pretty much a buy for me lol. I hope the Triple H Bio is a complete one too like a 3-4 disc set. Also History of WWE sounds interesting and ECW Unreleased Vol 2 and the In your House comp should be good. God, WWE is getting all my money in 2013!!! Lol

  7. R&REXPRESS#1 says:

    Looks great!! I will definitely be picking up the Nitro volume.2, Goldberg & War Games….that is if the line up doesn’t change.

  8. Kaleb says:

    Looks awesome. If everything goes as planned WWE will be recieving alot of money from me. I’m mostly pumped for the MSG set, the RAW boxset and the best of In Your House. Hopefully the RAW boxset won’t be a rehash of the RAW XVth Anniversary boxset, and maybe contain a few full episodes atleast. They’ve been kind of playing around in those waters lately.

  9. Ricky Gardner says:

    So pumped for a new Triple H DVD! I was kinda disappointed that his last DVD was only 2 discs so hopefully this one will be a 3 or even 4 disc set!

  10. Daniel Almeida says:

    Best of wwe in your house anthology will be awesome and so will be goldberg´s and War Games sets!2013 looks great!

  11. Ben says:

    I will continue to be disappointed until they finish releasing the Survivor Series boxed sets.

    • Anonymous says:

      Regarding Survivor Series, I just wish they’d release 1997, 1998 and 1999. The rest are already on DVD.

      Better yet, maybe they could release Pay-Per-View Anthology sets for complete years? I know I’d buy every one of them for both WCW/NWA and the WWE. I realize the market for such a thing may not be huge, but they could simply offer it exclusively through their website and slap it together with very unimpressive menus and artwork. It’s the shows in DVD quality that matter.

      • Kaleb says:

        Me too dude. That would be awesome if they released entire PPV sets of years. They should start rereleasing every PPV starting with WrestleMania, and give every WrestleMania their own respective set and then when they get to 1989 it’ll be a 4 disc set, and then.. Idk, the idea is a little messy. At the very least WWE should put them on WWE Shop if they don’t want to worry about Best Buy carrying all of them.

    • Eric says:

      Probably not going to happen. A: I don’t think they sold well. B: There’s that 1997 problem… Personally, I’ve never understood why they’ve not made ALL PPVs available for purchase via press on demand like Warner Archives and whatever the fox version is called. That way it wouldn’t cost them a dime until the unit was already sold. I would, literally, buy every one, even at, say, $25 a pop. I have everyone available (except for that mother****ing Rock Bottom DVD which I have actually bought, and paid for, twice [once on ebay, once on amazon] and I STILL don’t have it) and would buy any old one they made available. ECW and WCW as well for that matter, but I wouldn’t pay quite that much for the WCW ones.

  12. Anonymous says:

    yes yes yes 2013 going to be the best year for wwe dvds a lot of good one to.I can’t wait until the bret hart and the triple h dvds

  13. uk wrestler says:

    a shane o mac dvd would finish 2013 off nicely!

  14. Anan says:

    I hope that Foley, HHH and Goldberg will include documentaries as this is where WWE usually shines with their releases.

    I feel the best time to release a Superstar documentary is after their HOF Induction as at that point, they’re retired meaning their entire career and be spoken of. So I hope we’ll see future documentaries on Kurt Angle, Sting, Kane, taker, JR, King, and others.

    Also hope for future Rivalry sets too.

  15. cmvag says:

    Too many great dvds, so little money!

  16. Paul says:

    can’t wait for:
    – goldberg
    – best of in your house
    – best of raw and smackdown 2012
    – maybe best of war games and HHH biography. depending on price and matches.

  17. Roaster says:

    Can’t wait for the Bret Hart unreleased matches. Hope they do more of these releases. Would love to see ones for Jericho,Austin,Eddie,HBK,and maybe even Rey Mysterio. Hopefully 2014 will bring a Kurt Angle set along with Sting.

  18. Jared DiGi says:

    u got to do the history of mid south matches and history too some of them were there some were not there i think it would be awesome

  19. Jared DiGi says:

    there will be some of these i will get on my dvd stash u can count on that

  20. miz4life says:

    Holy Sheep Shit, This will be the best year of DVD ever. War Games, Goldberg, HHH & Foley Bio, Nitro & ECW 2,MITB, & Best of all Bret Hart 2. I am also lookin forward to MSG that could be great. I am gonna love to give Vince McMahon my money in 2013

  21. CrimeDawg says:

    I would love to see a Lawler DVD but as a couple of you have said, WWE doesn’t own that library. In fact I think about 10 different folks own parts of it. The Jarretts, Corey Maclin maybe Lawler and who knows who else.
    There had been talk about a JYD and Ted DiBiase sets once they finally get ownership of the Watts library.

  22. pete says:

    does the tlc 2011 blu-ray region 2 play in region 1 us players

  23. Anonymous says:

    hope on mick foley’s dvd they finally include his match vs stone cold vs triple h from summerslam. a long overdue match for dvd treatment.

  24. Mabel says:

    I hope the Mick Foley dvd will have his Loser Leaves WCW Match with Kevin Sullivan, Texas Death Match with Big Vader, 1996 King of the Ring match with Undertaker, I Quit Match with The Rock in 1999 and Ric Flair in 2006 and some matces with Austin and Triple H .. I’d really like to see the This is Your Life segment he did for The Rock too 😀

    I hope for the triple h documentary/dvd, the judgment day 2000 iron man match will be shown in full and discussed.

  25. Nameless says:

    Absolutely thrilled over the release of the Bret Hart DVD. Bret’s matches are timeless, and true standard bearers so to see some of the gems he has had that are likely from house-shows, or other special events (think overseas tours and tournaments) this is going to be fantastic. Purchasing the day-of, for sure.

  26. Anonymous says:

    Does somebody knows which 2013 ppvs will be released on Bluray in the US?

  27. insanetombstone96 says:


  28. insanetombstone96 says:

    Hey guys what happened to WWEDVDNews TV?

  29. pmdmf says:

    I just had a scary thought: Mick Foley’s match selection for his bio. Will we be hit with Hell in a Cell vs. Undertaker? Not that it wasn’t a good match, but it would be the sixth time (at least) it would be put out there (Foley’s Hits and Misses, Undertaker Tombstone: History of, HIAC anthology, OMG!, and King of the Ring Anthology). If they do, it would be overkill for that match.

    • LP1 says:

      Yes, but it would be the first time it was released on DVD without any blurs and WWF censoring.

    • Vincenzzzzzo says:

      As a matter of fact, I EXPECT that match to be on his DVD set. Why wouldn’t Mick Foley put one of his most important matches on probably his last DVD release that stories his carreer? Because you already own it on 5 different releases?

      • Dave says:

        I can certainly say the HIAC with Taker will make the set…like LP1 said, at least it will be unedited without blurs.

        Hope they include the Texas Death match with Vader from Halloween Havoc 93.

      • RabidHeat says:

        But if you look at The Rock’s Epic Journey DVD, it hardly contained any of his absolute landmark matches, because most were already released on the 2008 set. In effect, it was a companion piece to that set. I predict that the new Foley Set will be a companion set to “Greatest Hits and Misses” – documentary and lesser known, but still big, matches.

      • RabidHeat says:

        If you look at The Rock’s Epic Journey DVD, it hardly contained any of his absolute landmark matches, because most were already released on the 2008 set. In effect, it was a companion piece to that set. I predict that the new Foley Set will be a companion set to “Greatest Hits and Misses” – documentary and lesser-known, but still great, matches.

        Goldberg’s will just be a match anthology, which I won’t buy as I don’t need all those matches with horrible ratio bars either side. Is it just me that thinks the bars are ruining everything? I can’t concentrate on what I’m what I’m watching. I just thik it’s ridiculous that I am watching some footage that is as recent as 2007/2008 through a letterbox.

        • Dave says:

          Get use to the ratio bars, its here to stay…don’t like it too bad…just zoom in the picture to make it worse if thats what you like.

          Its surprising people are still complaining about ratio bars…in 2012.

          4:3 stretched to 16:9 looks like absolute crap…just watch John Morrison Rock Star and Best of RAW 2009.

  30. SRB says:

    Theres tons of classic stuff here that has HUGE potential as well as many gems we’ve all been waiting for like Goldberg, Nitro, Hart and ECW. However, History of WWE (Nov 19) is possible my #1 pick. This has the most potential and could certainly be, if done correctly, one of the best sets ever.

  31. Charlie F says:

    Awesome!!! Can’t wait for Bret Hart, IYH, Nitro, ECW, Best of MSG, Wargames Best of Raw and Smackdown. Raw box set and history of the WWE have potential. But I would like to know more about them. Looks like a great year!

  32. Mr Z says:

    TBD PPV (July 16). Since it’s released in July obviously this is refering to the June PPV. Looks like No Way Out/Capitol Punishment/Fatal Four Way will get another new name. This could be a new tradition, change it every year.

    Bret Hart Unreleased, I’ll be buying that the day it comes out.

    I haven’t seen many Wargames matches so I’m looking forward to seeing more.

    Goldberg. Him vs Hogan, DDP, Rock, Triple H. Those would be the ‘big’ matches, beyond that I don’t recall him doing anything worth rewatching.

    In Your House definitely has a lot of potential, but what’s the time frame? I know the first In Your House was May 95. But what I don’t remember is when they dropped the In Your House name. Anyone know?

    • Bill Jones says:

      It was 1998 when it was In Your House No Way Out Texas Showdown or something because it was the 8 tag match of Triple H, Outlaws, Savio Vaug,vs Austin, Mick Foley, Terry Funk, and Owen Hart.

    • LP1 says:

      In Your House originally started as a 2 hour, half price PPV. The big 4 PPV’s(or 5 at the time if you include King Of The Ring) were all $29.99. In Your House was $14.99. The first In Your House was May 14, 1995 (Diesel vs Sid for the WWF Title). The final 2 hour, half price In Your House was “Canadian Stampede” on July 6, 1997(Team Austin vs The Hart Foundation). Beginning with Ground Zero on September 7, 1997(Undertaker vs Shawn Michaels) they started to phase out the In Your House name and the shows moved to 3 hours and were all the same price as the big 5 PPV’s. The last PPV to include the subname “In Your House” was Backlash 1999(Austin vs Rock).

  33. DrFever says:

    Kind of overlooked it the first time. Best of MSG (Aug 27) Hope they don’t all end in curfew draws! But seriously that could end up being interesting.

    War Games, now it does say “best of…”, so, that doesn’t mean all of them.

    I still would rather have a War Games set that has many matches and angles that set up the need for a War Games match. Think of 92. All the Steamboat v. Rude stuff, Sting v. Koloff (will they fight won’t they), Enforcers vs. Windham & Rhodes, lots of good stuff leading into that. THEN the War Games match.

  34. Sayer1323 says:

    Over The Limit in the fall? hmmm….

    • LP1 says:

      Yup. That also means we’re back to 2 PPV’s in October. Although we no longer have a post-WrestleMania April PPV. So it’s still 12 PPV’s a year.

  35. Anonymous says:

    I wish they would have done an undertaker bio

  36. Jonathan M says:

    I actually interest in getting the History of WWE. I always hope WWE would do a docunmatary on their legacy. From the times of VInce sr from the buddy rogers era, to the 1970s, of bruno sammartino andSuperstar billy graham and bob backlund era, From Vince Jr buying the company in 1982, Hulkmania, the rock in roll era, The new generation era, The attitude era, Ruthless aggression era and now at present the PG era. This is something i look forward to watching.

  37. G. Schire says:

    No AWA volume 2 yet? What are they waiting for?

    • Anonymous says:

      AWA hasn’t seen a lot of DVD love lately, or WCCW. And I thought Mid-South and Calgary Stampede might get a DVD but it seems like those kinds of release are finished with, which is sad, but I can only think its because most people aren’t knowledgeable about what they are and the history and thus they won’t sell. I HATE to admit it but its what the masses will buy that dictates. From that point of view we have been lucky to get the historical releases we have had. I can’t honestly say I can’t really see an AWA volume 2 selling enough to the masses, but I’d bloody buy it pretty quick! As I said earlier though, I’m very happy with this list. Bret’s DVD will be a dead cert. And Goldberg’s DVD is almost too long overdue. The one I’m most excited about is actually the upcoming nWo DVD (blu ray actually) and I hope we hear more on that soon! Much love to you all in WWEDVD Land. Its a good day to be a WWEDVD fan from where I’m sitting!

      • Anonymous says:

        Mid-South isn’t being used because the purchase isn’t finalized yet. I didn’t see it reported here, but PWInsider was saying they’ve agreed on a price but the deal isn’t done yet.

        • Daniel Bee says:

          Same place that reported the deal was already done I believe, so probably won’t mention it here until it’s official and final.

      • Harry Faversham says:

        Accidentally went anonymous there. Sozzers.

  38. Anton says:

    History of WWE would be interesting… It would probably only be 2-disc though.

  39. Big Jon says:

    What happend to the Giants of the ring DVD? 🙁

    • Harry Faversham says:

      Well so many of the previous years titles listed didnt come to be. I remember there was meant to be a top 50 matches of all time dvd among others and some concepts were tweaked a lot before they did come out or got delayed. So you really have to be careful not to get your hopes up too much I guess. Thank you for reminding me. some of these seem too good to be true and I’ll believe it when I see them.

  40. DDisNow says:

    Will they include the first MITB match from WM21? “You know who” was in it…

    • Anonymous says:

      I’m Wondering If They Will Include Wargames 97, On The Wargames Set Because You Know Who Was In That Match As Well.

      • Dave says:

        It will most likely be handled like the Elimination Chamber anthology…he will be included, but the commentary will be edited to remove any praise.

  41. And I thought 2012 was a great year for WWE DVD’s! Some gems in that list that should be fantastically entertaining. I’m really intrigued to see how they work the History of WWE Set and what content will be on it too.

  42. joey says:

    also that in your house better not be horrible

  43. joey says:

    is the triple h a three disc with bio and matches?

  44. John Anderson says:

    2013 looks like a fantastic year! Combined w/ this years highlights, we are looking at a pretty strong stretch of realeses. My top 5 are: Bret Hart Unrealesed, Nitro Volume 2, ECW Unrealesed Volume 2, Best of MSG & War Games. Sets I’m scepticle about are Money in the Bank, Goldberg, Best of IYH & Raw 20th Anniversary.

  45. After the shocking and sad events of last night, I think one more set should be added, “Best of Jerry Lawler, The King of Wrestling”. It appears that he is recovering, which is great news. All hail the King! If anyone deserves a documentary and match set, it is him.

  46. CrimeDawg says:

    Honestly, once I saw Best of War Games, everything else didn’t matter. But I have to say it looks like WWE is actually listening to their fans, there is a lot of good stuff.
    But also remember Subject to change too.

  47. Anonymous says:

    I dont like the BEST of In Your House DVD. I will definitely be more interested in seeing all of the In Your House events released on DVD

  48. Harry Faversham says:

    What a list! I think I’d buy all of them except the ppvs and Divas, So many good ones. Its such a great list I’m not even sure which I’m most excited about. Probably Bret Hart and Goldberg. But Foley, Nitro, War Games, ECW, In Your House, MSG, Raw, the list goes on. Looks to be the best DVD year for quite some time if they all happen. It seems they have given up on the DiBiase DVD that I thought was confirmed a long time ago. Maybe the idea behind that was to boost interest in Dibiase jnr and maybe his lack of success is the reason that its not happening. Can’t really ask for more than this though. But if I could it would be Simply Ravishing.

  49. Anonymous says:

    I think they should wait a while before releasung best of Raw & Smackdown 2012 as releasing it in January will mean they won’t be able to include content from November and December due to time restrictions.

  50. Steven Jackson says:

    I’m very excited by this list of WWE DVD’s coming out. I think there is a lot of variety and the WWE have listened to what the fans want and hopefully we will get it. I’m most looking forward to:

    Best of MSG
    Bret Hart Unreleased
    Best of WarGames
    Raw’s 20th Anniversary
    Best of Nitro
    Top 25 Rivalries

  51. T says:

    Will “Best WWE PPV’s (Dec 31)” be Best Of 2012 or Best Of All Time?

    • Mark D says:

      More than likley it will be “The Best Pay-Per-View Matches of 2013” following the trend of last and this year (especially given its placement in the schedule).

      • Tony Kegger says:

        I like that the best ppvs DVD will be released on December 31. Maybe they can put all the PPVs on the DVD this time or at least almost all of them. Last year they stopped before Survivor Series.

      • Do those DVD’s sell well? I assume they are aimed at people who don’t intend on buying all the PPV’s.

  52. Daniel Almeida says:

    Best of wwe in your house ,goldberg and war games will be awesome!And what about best of wwe superstars 1986-2012?

  53. Anonymous says:

    i hope on bret hart’s dvd we finally see the hart foundation tag team title win over the bulldogs and more hart foundation vs killer bees matches.

  54. 21 Chairs says:

    I wanna see a stack of unreleased wcw matches on bret hart’s unreleased set. i’d also like to see his world title win over benoit as it was his only world heavyweight title win where he won it cleanly. would love to see his Souled Out 1998 match with Ric Flair, his tag team title win with Goldberg vs. Scott Hall and Kevin Nash, his No Hold Barred Match with Owen Hart on RAW in 1995 and perhaps one of his World Title matches vs. Yokozuna (from WrestleMania IX or X)

  55. LP1 says:

    Just thinking, the Money In The Bank Anthology will only be a 12 match set minimum(plus however many MITB matches there are in 2013). To expand the number of matches on the set they should also include all of the matches where the briefcase was cashed in as well. It should take up that much disc space considering most of those cash-in matches went less than a minute.

  56. TBG says:

    What really stinks is that Money in the Bank is going to be an anthology, whereas War Games is only getting the “Best of” treatment. In other words, the stuff that’s already been released on DVD will get re-released, but some War Games matches including the last truly great one (1997) will be left off because it included Benoit. So, Benoit gets re-released in the Money in the Bank, yet gets left off of the War Games where his inclusion is so, so much more meaningful as following that War Games 1997 match, they essentially threw out that format and subsequent War Games matches were three sided or had multiple levels. This makes no sense, though I’m sure the WWE apologists will argue that War Games had matches that were house show exclusives and never recorded. For them I say a complete anthology is still possible. Why? Because an Anthology only has to include every match of the same kind. In other words, EVERY PPV War Games should be on a War Games Anthology.

  57. luke klug says:

    i hope these dvd’s come true,i have all the good ones since 2002 nitro,goldberg,hhh,foley,hart,msg,iyh,wargames are all dvd’s i have wanted you to make for a while and im not the only one so i am very happy.for future ideas how about rick rude,saturday night’s main event vol.2,andre the giant,million dollar man,best of awa,best of wccw,sting,best of prime time,best of wcw saturday night,best of superstars and history of u.s. title

  58. warresg says:

    confirmed buying bret hart unreleased matches

  59. Brad Attitude says:

    Ohhhhhh Yeahhhhhh!

  60. David says:

    I’m for the releasing of Survivor Series of 1997 on dvd instead of vinishing off that anthology. King Of The Ring defiently needs to be an anthology for an upcoming dvd.

  61. JFR_WWfE79 says:

    I actually like the 2013 WWE DVD/blu list. Good thing there is a couple WCW releases if you include Goldberg it is 3 and an ECW release. Finally a year with every WWF/E logo will be shown in the clear and not blurred. Hope this will be the list instead of some titles being removed about 5 to 6 months prior to the release date.

    Pull through Jerry “The King” Lawler. 🙂

  62. Anonymous says:

    Money in the bank anthology is ridiculous, they should not have included money int he bank matches in the ladder match antologies if they were planning on releasing this….. Excited about top 25 Divas, hope it includes a good mix of History, Atittude era Sunny Highlights and Molly Holly matches…. Best of in your house could be good if they don’t overdo it with repeats

  63. Matt says:

    Looks like I need to start saving my money, phenomenal list, just hope they stick to it.

  64. Anonymous says:

    I’m thinking about the endless possibilities for the match listing for the History of WWE. That could be one helluva gem.

    • AJ says:

      I think it has to include only the most important matches in WWE, which might lead to repeats. Matches come to mind…Hogan’s first title win, Hogan-Andre, Austin-Michaels, Montreal Screwjob, WCW/ECW vs WWE at Survivor Series, Rock-Austin, Cena-JBL at Mania are some of the matches I could see being on there.

      • Vincenzzzzzo says:

        Those matches sound like they could be included. I’m hoping for matches from Billy Graham, Bruno Sammartino, Bob Backlund and others to also be included on there.

  65. Joe Israel says:

    Really awesome stuff. The Triple H biography should be wonderful, and there’s a lot of interesting match compilations. Of course, War Games has me super excited. The only one I really don’t love the idea of is the MITB anthology, but it will be a nice seller.

  66. Supersonic says:

    With the expection of the Divas set, all other sets have me at least mildly interested.

  67. Joey says:

    I can’t wait till in your house anthology and the history of the wwe

  68. ax3 says:

    this is a sick list probably the best dvd lineup of all time

  69. Vincenzzzzzo says:

    Wow! Awesome DVD lineup for 2013!!! The blu-ray releases are going to be incredible.

  70. mason says:

    @wwedvdnews can you plz answer this um how do you know the whole 2013 dvd release date calendar but you have not released the release dates of survivor series 2012 and raw 1000 dvd

  71. TBG says:

    I also wanted to add that I like how they’re going back to the Unreleased Matches concept, but I really think they should have made ones for Flair, Michaels and Austin WAY before doing it for anyone else.

    Each of these guys had incredible careers that involved such a wide range of opponents that they could release countless sets of them and each would be just as good as the ones that came before it.

    • ALK says:

      Lets just hope Bret doesnt bugger off to TNA a few week before the release like the last one, lol. XD

    • wrestlingfan83 says:

      It’s logical to start with bret ;because he was their best in-ring wrestler.
      talking about austin the guy didnt had many good matches. He hade great storylines thats it.
      about shaw & flair ; Flair already got two dvd anthologies full of his matches & shawn hade one its called my journey.

  72. Paul says:

    Incredible. Lets just hope none of the real good ones get canceled…

  73. TBG says:

    There’s really no reason why The Best of In Your House and The Best of War Games can’t be Anthologies. As far as the following, it really, REALLY depends on the match list:
    •The Best of Nitro Volume 2 (Feb 12)
    •Bret Hart Unreleased Matches (Mar 5)
    •Mick Foley Biography (Apr 16)
    •Top 25 Rivalries (May 28)
    •Goldberg (Jun 25)
    •Best of MSG (Aug 27)
    •Triple H Biography (Oct 8)
    •History of WWE (Nov 19)
    •Raw 20th Anniversary Box Set (Dec 3)

    The rest of them are nothing special at all.

    • Anonymous says:

      IYH probably isn’t an Anthology because the Survivor Series one sold poorly. Also there’s a lot of garbage matches in the history of those PPVs. A 20 dollar set with the best matches and a 24 dollar Blu-Ray with some extras are going to sell much better than a 120 dollar set with such gems as Bob Holly vs. Rad Radford and Goldust vs. Duke Drose.

      From a completionist’s point of view, the anthology is the way to go. But from a financial point of view as well as judging overall quality, it just doesn’t make sense.

  74. Jamie says:

    Looks like a really good list of releases

  75. DrFever says:

    Best of TLC with no blurs?!?!?!

    But it’s all about the War Games. I really hope they show match that lead into the cause of having War Games.

  76. insanetombstone96 says:

    Can’t wait for Best of War Games SET!!!

  77. AJ says:

    Maybe the RAW box set will include a Best of RAW from every year. Who knows

  78. Daniel says:

    I hope every single one of these DVDs are Blu Rays OMG

  79. Anonymous says:

    I’m guessing the “WWE Best PPVs” are the Best PPV Matches 2013?

  80. Daniel says:

    ECW, WCW, Mick Foley, Triple H. Dare I say OMG!!! Xmas onwards thank you

  81. Steven says:

    In my opinion Chyna is the number 1 diva in history and best of Nitro 2 and In Your House going to be good.

  82. Jeff Copeland says:

    omg i am in dvd heaven ! 😀

  83. Ben says:

    Every 3-disc set except for the “Diva’s Countdown”, “Best of Raw and Smackdown 2012”, and the “PPV Best of” are golden. I’ve been wanting a Goldberg one for a while and I am so stoked the Nitro Vol. 2 is getting released early in the year. I demand more DDP matches.

  84. @imdjluis says:

    Looks great. I will say though, if the content isn’t in HD, I personally don’t see the point of putting it on Blu-Ray. Yes, they do look better, but not by a whole lot, just a tad bit better. I’d like to see them spend that money and just produce a limited number of more of the PPV’s on Blu-Ray. And for a lot of extra bonus content, just add a 4th DVD, it’s not that much more to do that.

  85. X-23 says:

    A year from now for Triple H’s DVD?! That’s too long. I guess they want to include HHH’s eventual Hall of Fame induction at WrestleMania 29

    • LP1 says:

      Triple H doesn’t go into the Hall Of Fame until he’s officially retired. And that isn’t any time soon despite what the current storyline suggests.

    • LP1 says:

      “The History Of WWE”… Man, I can already see a ridiculous amount of revisionist history in that one. I would just love for them to stop pretending like the first 10 years of WWE didn’t exist(January 1953-January 1963). For some reason people have bought into the idea that the WWWF didn’t officially begin until after the Thesz-Rogers match on January 24, 1963 when Capitol broke away from the NWA. All they did was change the name of the brand from Capitol Wrestling to the World Wide Wrestling Federation and they created their own World Title. Nothing else changed. All of the infrastructure(office people, wrestlers, tv deals, arena bookings, etc.) remained exactly the same. But I guess it’s easier to just say the company began with the name change.

      For the record, for anyone interested in stuff like this, the official first show in WWE/WWF/WWWF/Capitol history was on January 7, 1953.

    • LP1 says:

      Lots of good stuff planned. Now with the Attitude logo and the letters “WWF” no longer needed to be censored, these sets will be that much more awesome.

    • LP1 says:

      Sorry. I didn’t mean for the above 2 posts to be replies. My bad.

  86. Dave says:

    WOW! thats an amazing lineup!

    Looks like the Goldberg DVD will be the first DVD ever to include 100+ matches in their entirety. LOL!

    Great list! The RAW 20th Anniversary boxset looks interesting…and looking forward to Nitro Vol. 2, Wargames, Best of IYH, MSG, Bret Hart Unreleased matches, ECW Unreleased Vol. 2 and finally a long overdue Triple H documentary.

    I’m going to end up buying all those.

  87. John31 says:

    So many great DVDs!

    • kinghaku says:

      Best of Nitro 2, War Games, and History of WWE sound like definite buys to me. Loved best of Nitro vol. 1, one of the best sets I’ve bought

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