Late last week several WWE DVD features and documentaries were removed from Netflix US and right now at the time of writing only the “Falls Count Anywhere” title remains.
WWE content, including some of those features and pay-per-view events, has also now been removed from iTunes. The removals may just be a temporary occurrence, possibly relating to the changeover in video distribution this year, or it could be a move by WWE to attract more attention to the WWE Network and keep most content exclusive to their own service.
Thanks to Tommy Smith and DJ Luis for sending word.
Another match just revealed by The Blue Meanie for ECW Unreleased – Volume 3!
— Tommy Dreamer & Dusty Rhodes vs. Steve Corino & Rhino
ECW on TNN • February 4, 2000
While Netflix and iTunes may be removing WWE DVD documentaries, the WWE Network continues to add them. The latest one is “The Most Powerful Families in Wrestling”.
As of now, “The History of the World Heavyweight Championship” will be the next.
Eight stand-out WWE DVD/Blu-ray auctions to look out for today including the likes of the 12-disc “RAW 20th Anniversary Collection” box set, “The Best of Sting”, and rare stuff such as “nWo: Back in Black”, Royal Rumble 2001 and WrestleMania X-Seven. Happy bidding!
$0.99 – CM Punk: Best in the World DVD (Sealed)
$1.04 – nWo: Back in Black DVD
$2.99 – nWo: The Revolution Blu-ray
$10.00 – The Best of Sting DVD
$15.00 – The Best of Sting Blu-ray (Sealed)
$22.96 – Lot of 6 WWF/WWE DVDs (incl. nWo & Royal Rumble 2001)
$25.00 – RAW 20th Anniversary DVD Box Set
$32.00 – WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD (Free Shipping)
The next two WWE DVDs on the way are “Best PPV Matches 2014” (UK exclusive) this coming Monday, and the TLC 2014 DVD releasing to US stores one week today.
Of all the 2015 WWE DVD and Blu-ray titles announced so far, which one are you looking forward to most? There’s one on The Shield, Chris Jericho, Ultimate Warrior and more to boot. Leave a comment with your choice below this article or in the Facebook status.