Length of Paul Heyman WWE DVD Documentary, Photos of Steve Austin 4-Pack

June 1, 2014 by Daniel Bee

WWE Ladies & Gentleman My Name Is Paul Heyman DVD Blu-Ray

WWE’s new Paul Heyman documentary is slated to have a runtime of 2 hours.

The full Paul Heyman WWE DVD content, including the documentary portion and all extras, will have an approximate runtime of 7 hours and 16 minutes.

Blu-ray exclusive content will run just under 1 hour and 30 minutes on top. That takes the total runtime of the Blu-ray edition to approximately 8 hours and 43 minutes.

The Paul Heyman DVD and Blu-ray will be rated TV-14.

WWE Ladies and Gentleman, My Name is Paul Heyman DVD Screenshot

Ladies and Gentlemen, My Name is Paul Heyman will be released in the United States on both DVD and Blu-ray formats on August 5th. Pre-order your copy from Amazon.com.

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As mentioned, a DVD and Blu-ray 4-pack of past Steve Austin movies The Stranger, Hunt to Kill, The Package and Maximum Conviction was recently released on DVD and Blu-ray.

A limited edition steelbook Blu-ray version of the pack was just put out (here on Amazon.com for $16.18). Below are first look photos of the new release.

Steve Austin 4-Pack Movie Blu-ray Steelbook

Steve Austin 4-Pack Movie Blu-ray Steelbook

Steve Austin 4-Pack Movie Blu-ray Steelbook

Steve Austin 4-Pack Movie Blu-ray Steelbook

Since the Payback PPV is tonight, it’s the last day to use promo code “PAYBACK” to get 20% off ALL ORDERS placed here on WWEShop.com. There’s no minimum spend required.

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Not forgetting fans in the UK and Europe! Available for one week only at WWEDVD.co.uk is a deal on last year’s Payback. The DVD is only £8.99, while the Blu-ray is only £9.99.

UK WWE Payback DVD & Blu-ray Sale

Tonight’s Payback 2014 event will be released on DVD across the United States on July 1st, then hits Australia the day after. There once again looks to be a Blu-ray edition planned to be exclusively released to the UK and Europe on August 18th.

Enjoy the PPV everybody!

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  1. Brad Attitude says:

    The 4 Steve Austin movies were boring. Hunt to Kill was the only decent one. The Condemned shoukdve been part of this 4 pack 😉

  2. rocky245 says:

    Am I the only one who thinks that paul heyman release other than the documentry is gonna be a tough watch I mean really hour after hour of promos cut by the same man I believe will become increasingly boring quite fast. But I do believe the documentry will be very good

    • SRB says:

      Not at all. I’ve been ranting for a bit that this set comes off as boring. I will likely watch the documentary and the extra stories told by Paul, but that will be it. I agree that Paul is talented and is deserving of a set, but I believe this should have been a budget set instead of Kane/Undertaker. They really could have switched the intents for those two sets.

      • Daniel Bee says:

        I think you’re mad to rant about a Heyman DVD. It’s gonna be all about the documentary as these types of sets always are (and the documentary-like extras on the Blu-ray) and you know those are gonna be great! They just happen to need to fill up the rest of the space and promos is a cool way of doing it.

        But ranting about Taker/Kane only being 1 disc and limited to 7 mostly questionable matches, yeah I agree there!

    • Joe Israel says:

      I think 2 discs DVD/1 discs Blu-Ray would have been the right balance. We do NOT need this many promos, but some bonus promos will be nice, along with the extra stories, which are certainly welcome.

    • ekkoes4life says:

      I wish, that WWE would re-release The Bobby Heenan set and the McMahon set as Blu-rays with same amount of time, clocking in at near 9 hours, like they do with this great homage on Heyman.

      The Heenan set missed full lenght segments of his talkshow and the McMahon set could use a refreshing adding of matches, promos etc.

      As a non-wrestler, Paul Heyman like nobody else, cuts promos and interacts with the ordiens, verbal and non-verbal, so I am excited to soon to have a collection of one of the best ever on the microphone.

      • The way I see it is “The World’s Greatest Wrestling Managers” was a single-disc DVD (it had a documentary, 3 matches & bonus material); Bobby “The Brain” Heenan was 2-disc DVD set (documentary, extras, 5 matches as a wrestler & 2 matches as a commentator); Paul Heyman is a 3-disc DVD/2-disc Blu-Ray Disc set. Don’t get me wrong the doc should be great along with the extra stories & teasers, but 3 matches & over 40 promos is a little underwhelming.

    • Jakki Steal says:

      This looks really boring to me.
      A 3 DVD set of Kane/Undertaker would have been much better.
      I will never want a all Paul Heyman DVD & the single disc Kane/Undertaker match listing doesn’t really do them much justice.

  3. Roaster says:

    Bluray all day. Can’t wait. Would’ve been nice to have it rated MA like rise and fall of ECW but its not a big deal. Gonna be a great release most likely the best of the year.

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