Exclusive: Host of WWE Attitude Era Vol. 2 DVD, Runtime Info, New Video Clip

October 22, 2014 by Daniel Bee

WWE Attitude Era Volume 2 DVD - Host?

Next month’s “Attitude Era – Volume 2” WWE DVD is slated to contain 5 hours and 50 minutes of footage, plus about 1 hour and 40 minutes of extras on the Blu-ray.

But who is hosting it?

WWE The Attitude Era Volume 2 DVD & Blu-ray

The “Attitude Era Vol. 2” DVD and Blu-ray will in fact release first to fans in the UK and Europe. UK fans can pre-order now for November 3rd, here at WWEDVD.co.uk.

Michael Cole is your host, introducing and closing out the feature in a few segments.

Michael Cole Hosting - WWE Attitude Era Volume 2 DVD

Check out this exclusive new preview video – “Sexual Chocolate”.

Two other video clips – “Bloodbath” and “Puppies” were revealed last week here at WrestlingDVDNews.com, both of which are shown again below in case you missed them.


Release Dates for the WWE “Attitude Era Vol. 2” DVD & Blu-ray where you are…


UK/Europe: November 3rd. Pre-order now from WWEDVD.co.uk.

USA: November 4th. Pre-order now here on Amazon.com.

Australia: November 5th. Pre-order now from WWEDVD.com.au.

Interestingly (and surprisingly), neither Volume 1 or 2 of the “Attitude Era” DVD/Blu-ray sets feature any matches from WrestleMania 17, the PPV event that many consider to be the end of the era. The content in both volumes stops at the year 2000.

There are two chances at the original WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD today in eBay auctions, and another expiring toward the end of this week. Links follow below.

WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD

$8.50WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD
$25.00WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD (Free Shipping)
$50.00WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD (Free Shipping)

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  1. Matt says:

    Michael Cole has ruined enough as it is.

  2. Timothy Thorpe says:

    I knew there was a catch of getting the blu ray for so little off of Amazon lol.

  3. J says:

    So many whining crybabies over the running time on the dvd SMFH

  4. SCSA says:

    I guess it’s okay to hear ‘Michael Cole’ as the host of this set as he was part of the Attitude era himself.

    • attitude.era.4life says:

      Cole was actually quite cool back when he started, but now, he is a pain in the ass.. just like Lawler and JBL are boring to listen to..

      commentary work on matches like Hell in a Cell from KOTR 1998, the 3 stages of Hell epic from No Way Out 2001 (which should have been on this release) and all other matches and segments from the Attitude Era and on to up to around 2009 have been so much more entertaining and interesting and above all with heart.

  5. attitude.era.4life says:

    Less than six hours for the dvd version.. and just 7 hours and 30 minutes for a bluray…and that is for a release of the company’s most populare and beloved era.. what a disgrace for their physical media customers!

    the only thing worse than this, is the select of host for this release.. well, at least it is not Matt Striker.. would have been just as akward a pick as he hosted the MSG profile..

  6. LP1 says:

    So the Attitude Era 2 release breaks down to about 1 hour, 57 minutes per disc on DVD and 3 hours, 45 minutes per disc on Blu-ray. Again, why would anyone still buy DVDs over Blu-rays?

  7. King5555 says:

    Youtube? Nope!

  8. Thijs says:

    What a huge rip off is that dvd. We used to get 9 hours of footage, now it’s even under 6 hours.. I think WWE doesn’t want us to buy dvd’s or blu rays anymore.

    • Steven Jackson says:

      These are my views entirely Thisj. I think it is a shame that WWE have cut WWE DVDs so much. I think they realised they were giving out a lot of footage for the price they were putting out. But, if more fans are going to buy the DVDs/Blu-Rays then more footage is the way to go.

      Plus, think of how many matches have been repeated unnecessarily on certain sets, which could be replaced with other matches or moments, wasting the shortened running times?

      It is joke.

  9. SRB says:

    That running time is pathetic. Fans have been getting the short end of the stick as far as lengths go for a long time. Recently with Sting, GAB, and Heyman, things were looking much better. But now the DVDs aren’t even 6 hours and this Blu-Ray isn’t even 8. Seems very short to me considering the several years worth of content.