We’ve received a new synopsis for WWE’s upcoming “Macho Man: The Randy Savage Story” DVD and Blu-ray on the way for November. Among the new details revealed is that the main documentary feature will run for approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes.
OOOOHH YEEAAAH!!! WWE Fans, you have waited long enough!
Randy ‘Macho Man’ Savage captivated the sports-entertainment world for over a quarter century. His glistening wardrobe, often-imitated cadence and grandiose style was outshined only by his virtuoso performances in the ring. Macho Man, with his gorgeous leading lady Miss Elizabeth, embodied the raging 80s in WWE and later, compounded his success in WCW.
Now, the complete story of his incredible life can finally be told in Macho Man: The Randy Savage Story. In this 90-minute documentary, get brand new, exclusive commentary from family, friends and his contemporaries as they chronicle his ascent from young baseball phenom through all the pomp and circumstance of his incomparable career. Featuring Hulk Hogan, Lex Luger, Ricky ‘The Dragon’ Steamboat, Bret ‘Hit Man’ Hart, Ric Flair, Kevin Nash, DDP, His Brother Lanny ‘The Genius’ Poffo and much more!
Pre-order your copy of “Macho Man: The Randy Savage Story” on DVD/Blu-ray…
– UK/Europe: November 17th. Pre-order soon from WWEDVD.co.uk.
– USA: November 18th. Pre-order now here on Amazon.com.
– Australia: December 3rd. Pre-order now via WWEDVD.com.au.
Speaking of “The Randy Savage Story”, its Amazon pre-order price for the DVD is down to just $19.99 right now. Head here to Amazon.com to take advantage.
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– Batista: The Animal Unleashed – $12.96 (DVD), $18.99 (Blu-ray)
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– OMG Vol. 2: Top 50 Incidents in WCW History – $21.49 (DVD)
– John Cena: Greatest Rivalries – $21.54 (DVD)
– The Best of Sting – $22.45 (DVD)
The official release date of “Brothers of Destruction” is, as reported, October 7th to fans in the United States. However, it looks to be in stock early right now here on WWEShop.com.
They have the new Undertaker and Kane DVD priced at $12.99.
If you look here you’ll also find the DVD available in packages with a T-Shirt or zipped hoodie.
“The Best of Sting” DVD/Blu-ray was released to the United States this past Tuesday. With the purchase of the DVD, Walmart stores are offering free downloads of “2 exclusive matches from WWE 2K15 Showcase”. The downloads are through their VUDU streaming service.
The Australian WWE DVD distributor, WWEDVD.com.au, have acknowledged the Sting DVD’s packaging error over on their Facebook page. As you can see, they confirmed the error and inferred that it may only be present on the first run of produced copies.
Australia gets the Sting DVD on October 1st, while UK/Europe get it from October 13th.
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Deserved the 2 hour treatment.
The Savage documentary definitely seems short on the surface. Again the Warrior doc on the Network was only 1 hour and that was awesome, so I guess we will just have to see how it turns out.
I love how people are already knocking the documentary without even seeing it. The length of a documentary has nothing to do with how good it is. I’ve seen 2 hour documentaries that were boring as hell and I’ve seen 1 hour documentaries that were tremendous. How about you watch it first before condemning it. There’s an idea.
So disc 1s runtime is 90 min? Jesus. Couldn’t have added some macho man promos???
The documentary is only 90 minutes, not the disc. There’s plenty of promos.
Ummmmm. According to the content listing provided on this website, there are exactly zero classic promos/interviews in the extras. Do you know something nobody else does?
My fault. I was looking at the listing that included the 2-pack with the Ultimate Collection. Disc 3 of that has a ton of promos.
I agree this documentary could’ve been longer, but it’s better than nothing at all. I expect this as Macho physically can’t appear in the set himself. I think WWE dropped the ball on this one big time, as a real documentary featuring Savage was due a long time ago. WWE will eventually have to release their own Sting documentary too. I hope they don’t wait 25 years for that too.
Since they have officially acknowledged the error, does that mean they are releasing a version without nWo Sting on the back cover sometime down the line?
That’s what the Australian company seem to be saying in that Facebook update, but whether or not it actually happens…
love that hoodie package. I love it when DVD Covers become apparel
90 minutes is probably about right. Without a significant interview from Randy Savage himself, its really hard to stretch this out much longer than that.
This has absolutely ZERO to do with Vince “hating” him or snubbing Savage with a shorter run time. Because last I checked – Vince didn’t HAVE to release this set at all folks.
If Savage had been alive to participate in this, it likely would have stretched past two hours for sure, and obviously would have been phenomenal. But a 90 minute doc is better than no doc at all.
If VinMan didn’t like him then he probably wouldn’t have the set made for him, even though Vince is making a profit out of this.
Though yeah, I agree that the Doc could hav been a little longer though perhaps it was because of the space on the Disc’s.
Come on WWE 1 hour and 30 minutes I was expecting at least 2 hours this is pathetic. Just because Vince don’t like him.
Oh cool, you’ve seen it?
If it was a matter of Vince McMahon not liking him was a factor in this DVD, do you actually think he’d put out a DVD of the guy at this point? What a ridiculous idea.
Interesting to hear that there will be commentaries in the Randy Savage set by Bret Hart, Nash & Hogan.
It would be good to hear from VinMan too – talking about Macho Man in the WWF/E during his time as a commentator before going in to WCW‼️