REVEALED: Hosts of WWE ‘BEST OF NXT 2017’ DVD, WrestleMania Blu-Ray Listed, More on MACHO MAN

March 14, 2018 by Daniel Bee

WWE - Triple H Introduces The 'Best of NXT 2017' DVD has learned who will be hosting the new NXT DVD!

“BEST OF NXT 2017” officially releases to the United States next Tuesday and can be pre-ordered right now by clicking here to Fans in the UK can grab a copy the following Monday.
WWE - William Regal Hosts 'Best of NXT 2017' DVD at WWE Performance Center

Following a foreword by NXT creator Triple H introducing the first-ever yearly NXT DVD retrospective, the current NXT General Manager William Regal is your host of “BEST OF NXT 2017”.

In brand new segments filmed at the WWE Performance Center Regal provides thoughts and anecdotes on many of the 22 featured matches and stars involved, while along the way he is joined by several familiar faces from the NXT roster including The Iconic Duo and Undisputed Era.

Get an early sneak peek in these exclusive screenshots.

WWE - William Regal With NXT's Iconic Duo, Peyton Royce & Billie Kay
WWE - Adam Cole & Undisputed Era Interrupt William Regal, He's Not Happy!

Get your copy of the brand new WWE “BEST OF NXT 2017” DVD on…

USA: Next Tuesday! Pre-order the new NXT 2017 DVD right now here on

UK/Europe: March 26th. Pre-order a copy of the NXT 2017 DVD right now on

Australia: April 25th. Your pre-order opportunity just went live at

Having a “wild” Wednesday today? We’ve reached that special midweek point and that can only mean one thing — there’s another WWE DVD sale running in the UK! continue their new 24-hour flash sales with your chance to grab another PPV twin-pack “Double Feature: Extreme Rules & Money in the Bank 2017” on DVD for just £5.

This deal will expire tomorrow morning at 8AM so get on over there before it’s gone.

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On Friday here at the full content listing of more than 40 matches was revealed for “Randy Savage Unreleased: The Unseen Matches of the Macho Man”.

Like the NXT set mentioned earlier, this will be another 2018 WWE DVD with its discs filled almost to capacity. All of that content unveiled last week—matches, moments and host segments—adds up to a total runtime of 8 hours and 47 minutes! Here’s the disc-by-disc breakdown:

DISC 1: 2 hours and 55 minutes
DISC 2: 2 hours and 53 minutes
DISC 3: 2 hours and 59 minutes

For those curious, commentary was originally recorded for many of the matches selected for this DVD so commentary could well be intact. We’ll update you with a verdict on that as soon as we can.

WWE 'Randy Savage Unreleased' Unseen Matches DVD - Logo

Heads up, the first sighting of a WrestleMania 34 listing on the US Amazon has surfaced. The Blu-ray edition can now be pre-ordered for May 15th here on, which confirms our earlier report that the Blu-ray itself isn’t exclusive to Best Buy, instead only the alternate artwork is.

Expect the standard DVD version of WrestleMania and WWE’s other Home Video releases coming in May to follow on Amazon soon; namely Hardy Boyz and Macho Man Unreleased.

Fans in the UK can already pre-order WM34 on both DVD and Blu-ray via

WWE - WrestleMania 34 Blu-ray, Store Exclusive Artwork

25% OFF EVERYTHING: Gear up for WrestleMania now over at where today you can take 25% off any order of your choosing, and of course that includes DVDs!

The shop site is unfortunately still yet to list the new Royal Rumble 2018 DVD but you can grab 25% off everything else. You can save on the pesky shipping fees too — use promo code “PI” at checkout; that makes the shipping a flat-rate $3.14 on orders of $75 or more.

Go direct to the sale at before it’s gone at 3AM tomorrow morning.

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GOT ATTITUDE? All of these WWF DVD rarities are up for grabs in eBay auctions this week including two chances to grab WrestleMania X-Seven and some particularly hard to find titles from the “Attitude Collection”:

$2.99WWF No Mercy 2001 DVD
$3.30WWF Hardcore DVD
$4.70WWF SummerSlam 2000 DVD
$9.80WWF Survivor Series 2001 DVD
$15.50WWF King of the Ring 2001 DVD
$20.50WWF Attitude Collection: Rock Bottom 1998 DVD
$20.50WWF Attitude Collection: Unforgiven 1998 DVD
$32.35WWF Attitude Collection: Austin vs. McMahon DVD
$40.00WWF WrestleMania X-Seven DVD (Free Shipping)
$64.00WWF WrestleMania X-Seven DVD

WWF Austin vs. McMahon DVD - Rare
WWF Unforgiven 1998 DVD - Disc Artwork, Rare!

And they’re joined by all of these DVD and Blu-ray goodies going cheap this week on eBay:

$2.00Double Feature: Elimination Chamber & Fastlane 2017 DVD
$2.00Sting: Into The Light Blu-ray
$3.20Brock Lesnar: Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat. DVD
$4.04True Story of Royal Rumble Blu-ray
$5.00History of the Hardcore Championship DVD
$5.60WWE Unreleased 1986-1995 DVD
$5.7530 Years of Survivor Series DVD
$8.00Mick Foley: For All Mankind DVD (Sealed w/ Mr. Socko)
$8.00Clash of Champions 2017 DVD (Free Shipping)
$30.00Lot of 10 WWF/WWE DVDs (incl. 4x The Rock DVDs)
$55.00Lot of The Hardy Show Season 1-9 DVDs

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  1. Tabs31 says:

    Does anybody know why doesn’t have any of the DVDs after the new Nxt up for preorder yet? I’ve been waiting for the Hardy’s and 25th Anniversary Raw DVD to go up for order and it’s not there? I’m worried about the rest of the year if this keeps up.

  2. Daniel Wissert says:

    At least we know that there will be a Ultimate Warrior Unreleased DVD and Blu-Ray too, in 2018.
    That’s what I’m Ultimately looking forward to.

  3. meme says:

    Good to see we got our money’s worth with 9 hours of content.

  4. RabidHeat says:

    No commentary on anything at all would make the Savage DVD hard to watch. I’m happy to have more of a variety.

  5. Chudd1976 says:

    Will the Macho Man DVD, have any DVD extras?

  6. Tommy D says:

    I’m glad that they are back to filling up the DVDs with close to the full 9 hours they used to do.

    • Straightedge47 says:

      I think they always have when there’s not been a blu ray option. It’s only really been DVDs also released on blu ray where the DVDs have been dramatically shortened.

      • whut says:

        which of course was a ripoff (despite how much I like the WWE, if we’re being honest, that’s what it was).

        (bluray extras really should have been a mere “bonus”, not a “punishment” for those that decide to get the dvd instead)

        • MachoFan says:

          You’re right! If we want to see future releases be improved upon, then we need more honesty. Too many people seem to think that saying something negative will result in WWE taking their ball and going home with. They’re a business. They want to sell more units. They’ll take our comments and use them in a positive way to improve their product even if those comments are negative. That’s how business works.

          • RabidHeat says:

            I think it’s more that people worry about the reaction to their comment on this board if it’s any way negative. There’s a lot of people who seem to think critique isn’t acceptable.

        • Lady Vick says:

          To be fair, bluray bonus matches in recent years haven’t been that great so I prefer the dvd instead.

  7. Sami says:

    What a stupid release to do. Call it unseen Macho Man matches when most of them have actually been seen. We have seen the televised matches. I want the unseen stuff like Unreleased was.

    • Mike Poulin says:

      Thing is that a lot of Savage’s untelevised matches ended up on the old Coliseum Tapes back in the day. I think that doing these unseen sets on one lone wrestler is harder than doing it as just an assorted match compilation

    • foley is good says:

      I guess it is a little off topic. To each their own. I am still going to buy it regardless because it sounds awesome.

    • MachoFan says:

      I get your point, but they are unseen to the DVD format, so technically the company is telling the truth. Frankly, the fact that they were broadcast one time doesn’t bother me and actually pleases me. If they’ve already been broadcast, that means we know they’re of at least a certain standard. As long as they haven’t been released to DVD, and they reach a certain standard of quality (opponent and video), then I’m all for it.

    • Brandon Vendetta says:

      So you were hoping for another 3 disc set without any commentary at all? Not me. If it’s the title saying UNSEEN that bothers you I don’t get why. When was the last time you or anyone for that matter actually saw one of these matches? I just don’t understand some of you people. If u want to get technical here’s one for you. Technically there is really no such thing as an Unseen match. Surely every match has been seen by someone. The people in the arena seen it didn’t they? There ya go.

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