Host of WWE Top 25 Rivalries DVD, More on WM29 Release, Brett Mix Returns?

May 12, 2013 by Daniel Bee

WWEDVDNews readers Reggie Brown and Tony Shade let us know that they spotted the new WWE “Top 25 Rivalries in Wrestling History” DVD at FYE before the official street date. It’s reportedly on sale for $40.

Early viewing has revealed that the main portion of the DVD – the countdown – runs for 2 hours and 50 minutes. It’s hosted by new WWE on-air personality, Renee Young.

Renee Young Hosts WWE Top 25 Rivalries in Wrestling History DVD

The Rivalries DVD and Blu-ray will be available everywhere else from May 28th. You can get your copy ordered for $22.99 by clicking here.


Triple H and Stephanie McMahon have noted via social media that filming is under way for the new Triple H biography DVD and Blu-ray. As of last word this is planned to be a 3 disc DVD and 2 disc Blu-ray, scheduled to hit stores on September 24th in the US, October 7th in the UK. WWE have also conducted interviews with Batista for use on the DVD.

WWE Triple H DVD & Blu-ray Documentary Interview


WrestleMania 29 is released this coming Tuesday! David Diaz sent along these photos of the US 3 disc DVD version.       Order it in the US.       Order it in Canada.

WWE WrestleMania 29 DVD

WWE WrestleMania 29 DVD

WWE WrestleMania 29 DVD

WWE WrestleMania 29 DVD

   


More WWE content is now available to stream on Netflix in Canada. Three of the newly added titles are Stone Cold: The Bottom Line on the Most Popular Superstar of All Time, The Best of King of the Ring, and Rey Mysterio: The Life of a Masked Man.

Click here to get a 100% FREE trial of Netflix in your country.


And now, a message from former site contributor Brett Mix.

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  1. Kane's Mother says:

    Iron Man with Rock will 100% be on it. They were obvi saving it for something. Plus no hour long blur now.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hopefully the Triple H DVD has all or most of the following:

    6/18/94 WCW Worldwide vs Larry Zbyszko
    9/3/94 WCW Saturday Night vs Steamboat
    11/94 WCW Pro vs Dustin Rhodes
    3/28/02 Smackdown Flair/HHH vs. McMahon/Angle
    8/2002 RAW dark match versus Ric Flair
    9/2002 RAW versus Ric Flair on the night that HHH is awarded the title
    8/14/95 RAw vs. Jeff Hardy
    12/1/96 Superstars vs. Goldust
    7/13/00 Smackdown NO Dq vs. Undertaker
    8/17/00 Smackdown vs. The Rock
    2/8/01 Smackdown vs. Jericho

  3. Tony Kegger says:

    “Interviewing for my new DVD. This will be unlike any of my previous ones.”

    I hope the difference is that this one is better. I haven’t seen any of his DVDs, but I heard they were disappointing especially his most recent one.

  4. t says:

    Why not a host who has some respective experience like the Fink?

  5. John Cena says:

    I So Happy That My Fans like This DVD And Are Having A Good Time Witching It

  6. RabidHeat says:

    Brett Mix, wasn’t he the guy that used to review the show rather than the DVD? Basically transcribing the commentary? Yeah, thanks for that Brett, lol.

  7. Doc 902714 says:

    Renee Smith hosting Greatest Rivalries.. And yet another reason not to buy this DVD when it comes out

  8. Vincenzzzzzo says:

    As many have already stated, the Triple H documentary is long overdue. I need the Ironman match w/ The Rock on Blu-ray. Hopefully it now gets released on this new set. Looking forward to it regardless, though.

  9. Freddy says:

    Bring Back Brett Mix.

  10. GEOLINK says:

    What’s Renee wearing in that picture though?

    Looks like she’s in a Bio Lab with the White jacket and the glasses.

  11. Simon says:

    Not to beat a dead horse or anything, but am hoping the Triple H set will have his WrestleMania 2000 and Judgment Day 2000 wins included.

  12. Marty says:

    Renee Young (Paquette) has come a long way. I remember upgrading my cable several years back here in Canada, discovering a D-level channel called Bite TV and witnessing her in some Pillow Fight League of all things. Years later, she’s making her WWE DVD hosting debut, very quickly considering her signing with WWE was within a half year ago. Good for her!

    • Jammer says:

      I rather see her on WWE than Arda Ocal. That guy is an annoying on air personality that I could never stand or like when he and Renee did Aftermath on The Score after Raw. Renee was the only reason I watched it.

  13. Brian Kraemer says:

    HHH doc should be amazing… it’s been long overdue! Especially when Cena, Punk, Rock all have Docs

  14. Arkam says:

    Wow Triple H’s DVD will be awesome

  15. Timothy Thorpe says:

    I can’t read what’s on the discs too good but how come I can only make out five names on the hall of fame disc?

  16. Reggie says:

    I bought it at FYE. Sticker said $29.99 but it rang up $21.99. Guess it depends on where you live.

  17. Sean says:

    Who’s Renee young?

  18. Mike says:

    I saw it at my local FYE store and when I went to pay, I was told that it was put there in error by a store employee and they wouldn’t let me buy the DVD. I was I believe $37.99.

  19. Mr Z says:

    FYE is charging $40? That’s ridiculous. This isn’t one I plan on getting (maybe in a few years when it’s $5) but even if it was something I want I’d wait and buy it when it officially out and pay $23, not $40.

  20. Scsa says:

    I think that the Triple H Blu-ray should be a 3 disc like (Austin’s)! Triple H is a huge, huge superstar and hasn’t had a proper DVD made in a long time now not a 3 Disc DVD anyway!

  21. Joe Israel says:

    The length of the Rivalries doc means we should get about 12 minutes for each rivalry, which is a good amount of time. The bonus features do look pretty lackluster, but I think this could end up being a sleeper doc. At least, I hope so… We’ll see in a few weeks.

  22. Alan Shore says:

    Renee Young is a fine, fine looking woman.

  23. Bill says:

    That’s some nice packaging, the hands reaching up for Undertaker is awesome

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