Latest on ‘Randy Savage Story’ Collector’s Box Set, More on Sting’s WWE DVD

August 17, 2014 by Daniel Bee

WWE Macho Man Randy Savage - Backstage

The Randy Savage Story” DVD/Blu-ray is now up for pre-order here on

As we reported earlier this month, the release date to the United States will be November 18th, now also confirmed by the Amazon listings. In addition to the regular DVD and Blu-ray versions, there will be a “Collector’s Edition” box set on the same day containing the following items:

• 6 DVDs (New 2014 Randy Savage Story DVD & 2009 Macho Madness DVD)
• Randy Macho Man Savage T-Shirt
• Randy Macho Man Savage Bandana
• Randy Macho Man Savage Sunglasses

The “Collector’s Edition” is listed here on with a current price tag of $83.30.

WWE Macho Man Randy Savage Story DVD - Collector's Edition Tin Bonus Items

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The Best of Sting” is now available to pre-order here at for fans in the UK and Europe. The release date is September 29th, as previously reported.

Below is the confirmed artwork for UK/Europe and a new, in-depth synopsis. Despite this new synopsis, there’s still no word yet if Sting himself was interviewed for the DVD.

WWE The Best of Sting DVD & Blu-ray Cover Artwork

Against an army of shadows lies the dark warrior.
The prevailer of good.
With a voice of silence.
And a mission of justice.
This is Sting.

The battle between good and evil cast a dark shadow over his soul, but through all transformations, one man remained the lone symbol of an era. Sting became “The Franchise” of WCW almost instantly when he arrived and carried the company’s banner through to its final match in 2001. Whether casting his piercing war cry into the sky, or descending from it with somber, stone faced determination, Sting captivated wrestling fans from all walks of life. Now, celebrate The Icon with this collection of matches and moments guaranteed to strike fear into the black hearts of all evildoers.


– Revolutionary clashes with Ric Flair for the World Heavyweight Championship.
– Battles against classic WCW stars such as Diamond Dallas Page, Vader, Nikita Koloff, The Steiner Brothers, The Nasty Boys and more.
– His ongoing quest to vindicate the land of the n.W.o. and all betrayers to his cause.
– Features and vignettes paying tribute to his enigmatic persona and accomplishments.
– Rare, pre-WCW matches featuring Ultimate Warrior.

The Stinger Splash, Scorpion Death Lock, ominous entrances, ghostly face paint and everything else you love about Sting, finally unleashed from the archives!


Release Dates for WWE “The Best of Sting” on DVD & Blu-ray formats…


USA: September 23rd. Pre-order now here on

UK/Europe: September 29th. Pre-order now from

Australia: October 1st. Pre-order now from

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  1. RabidHeat says:

    I’m not sure The Nasty Boys warranted being in that very short list of Sting’s rivals!

  2. AD Degreez says:

    The ppvs are definatly the worst this year the only good one was MITB. 2013 was a great year and that is prob why this year seems so terrible. But as long as wcw and ecw sets are getting made ill still buy wwe DVDs…. Also is there any talk at all of doing best of nitro and ecw unreleased volumes 3? since attitude era 2 is happening.

  3. Jason says:

    The only thing holding me back from getting the Sting set is all the dubbing of announcing and entrance theme songs!

  4. Jamie says:

    Not sure if you guys are aware or not but the collectors edition is listed on the Canadian Amazon page at $14.52. Regular price $113.19. 89% savings. I jumped on that!

  5. attitude.era.4life says:

    I rather buy the Savage Bluray, and even the Sting Bluray, than the ppv’s of these recent years..

    “Suck Suck Quack Quack”!?! apart from the Lumberjack match, that could have been longer though, yet another ppv down the drain.. especially Cena/Lesnar was a huge disapointment, comparing to their Extreme Rules 2012 epic battle. Oh well.. getting used to it.. that’s the saddest thing about it..

    at least OMG vol. 2 is just around the corner.. gonna be baaaad, but in a funny entertaining way, I’m sure.. 😉 not like Summerslam this year..

    • SRB says:

      I stopped collecting PPVs years back. For the most part, they’re currently pretty bad. This year’s WM was probably the worst I’ve ever seen and was predictable. Last night’s SS was also pretty bad. The matches looked great on paper, but never delivered. Lesnar/Cena was a HUGE disappointment as you stated. The match never got going and ended abruptly. It seemed like just an easy title switch.

      • LP1 says:

        I must’ve watched a completely different match. I loved every second of it. Brock completely dominated Cena and that was the story they were trying to tell. The ending wasn’t abrupt at all. It went almost 20 minutes and Brock beat him clean with a second F5. Perfect booking. That’s how Brock should be booked. Completely dominant. Of course now we have to hear from all the imbeciles who are gonna complain about a part time guy being the Champion, when they clearly have no idea what business is all about.

        • Daniel Bee says:

          I quite liked the match. During it I did think it should just end quick off that first F5 to really show Brock’s dominance. I know that’d probably cause uproar from people saying the main event lasted only a minute but it also looks a little dumb going longer and having Brock almost get caught a few times either in the submission or nearly being pinned, when he’s just beat the hell out of Cena to the point that he had next to no offence on Brock. Just me.

          • attitude.era.4ever says:

            LP1 and Daniel:

            I get the story, they were (trying) to tell, that Brock is the invincible indestructable beast.. only, Summerslam is (supposely) the second biggest event of the wwe calendar.. not in a million years would I as a booker put on a one-sided match like that one on the main event card.. that could be on so called lower ranged shows like Battleground, NOC etc.

            Especially, when wwe use this ppv to a draw internationale customers to the network, I do not understand, why they would book such a one-sided match…but if they were to, they should have continued in the style of the 2012 Extreme Rules match, the only difference from that match being that Brock would win, which was the best part of sundays match.

            Brocks one-sided match against Big Show at RR this year was way better excecuted..sooo, we really did’nt need that type of match, let alone on the (socalled) second biggest night of the wwe a wwe world heavyweight champ match, which is Cena’s first defence of that title. Not making the Franchise looking good..which might be the point somewhere, to elevate something on the Reality Tv based part of wwe…which I frankly do not care about, I care bout great story telling and wrestling in the ring.

            • LP1 says:

              I guess we’ll agree to disagree. I thought the match told an excellent story. The only thing I would’ve changed was to have the match end sooner. Also this wasn’t Cena’s first defense of the Title. He defended it at Battleground in a 4-Way. Having an even back and forth match was not the right way to go. At least not at this point in the story. This point is all about establishing Brock as a killer. It’s the beginning of a much bigger story. WWE is planning on having Roman Reigns become THE guy. And once he wins the Rumble there will be no better opponent for him at Mania then a dominant Brock. Reigns beats the guy who ended the streak and the guy who completely destroyed Cena. That’s how you create a new star. Having Reigns beat the guy who ended the streak and had a good back and forth match with Cena doesn’t exactly have the same ring to it.

              Besides, it’s not like SummerSlam had no good wrestling on the show. There were several matches that were really good. There wasn’t one bad match on the show. From RVD vs Cesaro to the Flag Match. The Lumberjack Match was excellent. Jericho and Bray was solid. Even both girls’ matches delivered as far as I’m concerned. Although I do wish AJ and Paige were given more time.

              • attititude.era.4life says:

                regarding Cena defending the title: my bad..meant, the first one-on one match, cos of course you’re right, he defended with success at Battleground in the 4way. 🙂

                I do agree with you, that the Lumberjack match was showcases the upcoming talent for the years to come…hopefully..

                I get the thing about establishing Brock as a killer..but, as anybody know wrestling for at least a few years..that means, from his return in 2012, they already know what he is…and how he does the things he does.. again, that match was a RAW type of match, at most.. not a match I would put on socalled second grandest stage main event.. I get it, that you need to plan forward and elevate, but doing it like this on such a huge platform that Summerslam is, I as a viewer and possible buyer of the product find myself moving further and further away from the current product, aka the “Now” segment of wwe..

                I actually predict that we will get more of these “low-fat calorie” matches and segments in the the price for watching is assumable lower with launch of the Network..

                Call me pessimist and grumpy, but when you have Booker T. saying a line like:
                “Suck Suck Quack Quack”, a million times being noticed that it’s only 9,99 each month that I can pay over and over and over again and again for the same product, yet again a commentary about that Cena never quits which is NOT true, plus the reality-tv based storylines that really suck: Total Divas for one…
                all that plus everything in between, makes me think that the one thing wwe do very well, is producing and releasing back catalogue like OMG, Wargames, ECW, Falls count.. etc, which I think are excellent. My only concern is, that they one day will skip producing Blurays/dvds. But for now, the current product has some excellent matches, sure..but for me, first half of 2012 was the last time wwe had ppv’s in a row with interesting story lines.

  6. NickP says:

    Will there be a collectors edition in blu-ray or is it just the dvd version?

  7. SCSA says:

    This ‘Macho Man’ set had better include the Wrestlemania 8 match Vs Ric Flair for the Championship‼️‼️

  8. King8888 says:

    Will definitely be getting this on Blu-Ray. OOOOO YEAH!

  9. Calvin Heikkila says:

    “Features and vignettes paying tribute to his enigmatic persona and accomplishments.”

    Based on that synopsis, it sounds to me like it’ll be set up similar to the Goldberg match collection with a narration between matches rather than the recent Ultimate Warrior match collection featuring new interview footage.

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