Full List of WWE DVD Features & Documentaries on Netflix

February 15, 2013 by Daniel Bee

WWE DVDs on Netflix

Here’s a full list of WWE DVD features and documentaries streaming now on Netflix Instant (US). Thanks to Mike Buzzard for contributing to the list, and if you spot anything missing just let us know in the comments section.


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Batista: I Walk Alone
Best of King of the Ring
Best of Raw and Smackdown 2011
Best of Raw and Smackdown 2012
Best of WCW Clash of the Champions
Best of WCW Nitro Vol. 1
Big Show: Giant’s World
Bobby “The Brain” Heenan
Born to Controversy: Roddy Piper Story
Chris Jericho: Breaking the Code
CM Punk: Best in the World
DX: One Last Stand
ECW Blood Sport
ECW Extreme Rules
ECW Unreleased Vol. 1
Edge: Decade of Decadence
Epic Journey of The Rock
Falls Count Anywhere
For All Mankind: Mick Foley
Greatest Cage Matches
Greatest Rivalries: Shawn vs. Bret
Greatest Superstars of 21st Century
Hart & Soul: Hart Family Anthology
History of the WWE Championship
Hulk Hogan: Ultimate Collection
Ladder Match 2
Macho Madness: Randy Savage Collection
nWo: The Revolution
OMG! Top 50 Incidents
Randy Orton: Evolution of Predator
Raw 100: Top 100 Moments in History
Rey Mysterio: Life of a Masked Man
Road Warriors: Life and Death
Rock vs. Cena: Once in a Lifetime
Shawn Michaels: Heartbreak & Triumph
Spectacular Legacy of the AWA
Stone Cold: The Bottom Line
The Top 50 Superstars of All Time
The 50 Greatest Finishing Moves
The John Cena Experience
The New & Improved DX
The Rise and Fall of WCW
The Rock: Most Electrying Man
The True Story of WrestleMania
Tombstone: History of the Undertaker
Top 25 Rivalries in Wrestling History
Triumph and Tragedy of WCCW
Undertaker: The Streak
You Think You Know Me? Story of Edge

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The latest digital news out of January 2013, brought to you by Roger Palmer.

– The WWE released Best PPV Matches 2012 digitally. The matches are discounted with a season price. Matches featured include the likes of CM Punk vs. Dolph Ziggler, Triple H vs. Undertaker, Rock vs. Cena, and Triple H vs. Brock Lesnar.

– As seen above, CM Punk’s “Best in the World” documentary was added to Netflix.

– WWE’s other big release of the month was The Best Of Raw & Smackdown 2012, which is spread across 3 volumes and is available on Xbox Live and soon to be on other platforms. Each volume represents a disc from the DVD package.

– The TLC 2012 pay-per-view is now available to download on iTunes, priced at $1.99 in SD and $2.99 in HD or $14.99/$17.99 for the whole season. The event features John Cena vs. Dolph Ziggler in a Ladder mach for the MITB contract, The Shield vs. Ryback & Hell No in a TLC match, and more.

– WWE: The Attitude Era has also been released digitally in a season format which means each match is available to purchase individually, as well as the hour documentary.

– Looking at the new WWEDVD.co.uk website for the United Kingdom and Europe, the iTunes logo is displayed on every page which looks to be an indication that digital releases are going to be a major focus for FremantleMedia.

– Lastly, TNAondemand.com has added a number of videos to the service including many Asylum episodes up to episode 35, as well as the Turning Point 2012 PPV.

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  1. Bill says:

    LOL @ CM Punk under “violent movies”

  2. DrFever says:

    WWE should just stop considering a Network at all. Is there a person here who would bet money on it lasting more then a year anyway?

  3. Go Niners! says:

    Netflix also has Bret Hart Wrestling With Shadows, which is a great look at Bret during 1997

  4. David says:

    Sucks that Netflix Canada don’t even had any WWE features…the only wrestling related content we have is Beyond the Mat, The Wrestler and few UFC PPVs and documentaries.

    A cool thing that TNA has is their On Demand app on Roku, which WWE should really consider doing. I have TNA On Demand subscription and its great watching the old Asylum ppvs and other great shows on my Roku streaming box on a big screen television hooked via HDMI. Don’t like connecting my laptop to my tv, so this is a great little media streaming device.

    Other companies like ROH and DGUSA should considering having an app on Roku, especially ROH since they have Ringside Membership which includes classic shows and ROH on Sinclair. I think Kayfabe Commentaries will be having one soon.

    • Ryan says:

      I agree. It would be great if WWE had a Roku app. This is the way they should go for the Network. Have a ton of old and new content that you can choose at your own pace. I’d gladly pay for $5 or $10 buck a month just for that.

      • David says:

        I read the WWE Network might be a paid subscription service on Youtube. There was an article about a year ago saying Youtube was offering about 12 million dollars per year to launch the network as an exclusive.

        WWE might actually consider doing that.

    • Anthony says:

      Agreed. I’m canadian too, found a way to get american netflix on my PS3 so now I can access WWE content, but they should have just put it on the canadian one anyway. Only great thing bout canadian Netflix is the UFC content that USa one doesn’t have.

    • darryl says:

      For those wondering about Netflix in Canada or the UK. It doesn’t have all the WWE stuff. However if you’re using Chrome or Mozilla Fox download an add-on called Media Hint. and you can watch all US Netflix materials on your PC. It’s free Safe and Legit.

      • Daniel Bee says:

        Good to know. Which country service do you sign up to though? I mean, if you go to Netflix’s site from a UK IP address it will sign you up to the UK service I presume. Or is it like a worldwide sign up but your IP determines the content available?

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