In addition to the new Jerry Lawler documentary and extended Daniel Bryan WWE Network documentary, there will be a handful more coming to Home Video this year.
Among those, we’re hearing that WWE have 2 new Superstar themed DVD/Blu-ray documentaries in the works for 2015. The Superstars in question are said to either be present WWE Hall of Famers or two considered a “lock” for the Hall of Fame in the near future.
Possible WWE DVDs on Booker T and Bruno Sammartino were debunked earlier this month.
No further details can be confirmed at this time. Check out our earlier post for more revealing hints at upcoming Home Video titles, including Volume 3 of The Best of WCW Nitro:
Confirming & Debunking 2015 WWE DVD Plans – WCW Nitro V3, Booker T, NXT?
Winners of our recent TNA Wrestling DVD giveaway have been selected…
Look out for an e-mail or Facebook message today if you entered the giveaway. The overall winner gets a big lot of 6 TNA DVDs, while 3 runners up each receive a signed DVD!
A reminder to fans in the UK and Europe that the TNADVD.co.uk promo code “WDVDN20” will get you 20% off any order of TNA Wrestling DVDs until the end of this month.
A single-disc version of the “Triple H: Thy Kingdom Come” DVD (documentary only) has been spotted on sale in Best Buy stores, priced low at just $4.99. This single-disc DVD was also found recently in a Walmart double pack with “DX: One Last Stand”.
Thanks to WDN reader Rick Velazquez for sending word.
“The Road Is Jericho: Epic Stories & Rare Matches from Y2J”, WWE’s upcoming DVD/Blu-ray release on Chris Jericho, is now available to pre-order from the official WWEShop site!
Click here to grab it now from WWEShop.com.
Royal Rumble 2015 has also now been listed, however the Blu-ray edition is missing.
UK FANS: Today and tomorrow are the last 2 days to get deals on selected Elimination Chamber themed DVDs at WWEDVD.co.uk! In addition to the deals shown below, Elimination Chamber 2013 and 2014 are on sale for just £7.99 on DVD and £9.99 on Blu-ray.
13 eBay auctions to look out for today and through the end of this week, including decent prices on rare titles like the WWF Divas: Tropical Pleasure DVD – with poster still intact!
$0.01 – WWF No Mercy 2001 DVD (Free Shipping)
$0.99 – Hollywood Hogan: Hulk Still Rules DVD
$1.99 – The Rock: Just Bring It! DVD (2 Disc CE)
$2.50 – nWo: Back in Black DVD
$4.01 – WWF Best of WrestleMania 1-14 DVD
$6.50 – WWF Invasion 2001 DVD
$7.65 – WWF No Mercy 2001 DVD
$8.50 – WWF Survivor Series 2001 DVD
$8.50 – WWF Divas: Tropical Pleasure DVD
$10.50 – Backlash 2002 DVD
$16.95 – WWF WrestleMania 18 DVD (Free Shipping)
$20.99 – WWF Royal Rumble 2001 DVD
$21.49 – Vengeance 2002 DVD
I wasn’t aware that the Divas: Tropical Pleasure DVD came with different posters inside. I thought they all came with the same poster. The one I have comes with a Torrie Wilson poster. Good luck to the super diehard completists trying to track down every poster.
Still waiting for a 2-2 1/2 hr Hogan documentary.
I guess, I speak for everyone when I state:
“Trish is sooooo much the Dish”! 😉
When a taker doc is done it would have to a 3 disc blu ray/ 4 disc dvd. Scott hall and rvd are great choices really hope they make them but doesn’t seem likely. Best of nitro vol 3 hopefully has more 99 stuff as they have yet to cover that much.
It doesn’t fit the description above, but I hope we get a full RVD documentary someday. There’s loads of unreleased matches they could add to it, too.
I’m really wishing for a Bruno Sammartino DVD. He definitely deserves one.
My guess is that the “legends” who are rumored to have a DVD/Bluray set later this year:
Scott Hall – Fondly remembered for both his WWE and WCW runs. His descent into addiction and recovery to go to the HOF is a great story.
The Samoan Dynasty – With Roman Reigns getting a monster push and his family being incorporated into this story, it seems the perfect time to tell the complete story of the Maivia and Anoa’i Wrestling Dynasty. From the successes (Rock, Roman, Rikishi, Usos) to the losses (Peter Maivia, Yokozunna, Umaga).
I would think an Undertaker career retrospective DVD won’t come until AFTER his rumored retirement and HOF induction at WM32. Fall 2016 is more likely.
I would expect the same with Sting. A career spanning doc makes more sense once this WWE run and a HOF induction has wrapped up. Summer 2016 maybe?
Should be noted that WWE Network Day One subscribers are getting $25 coupons to WWE Shop today in their emails!
Apparently that’s been happening for a few days. Nice (and smart) of them. I was a day 1 subscriber and haven’t got one myself. Guess they don’t like me much. 😉
Just got off the phone with Network customer service. I was told its by random selection so not everybody who signed up on day one will get a coupon. 🙁
Two new documentaries? Come on Sting and Taker!
Not Taker if our post from earlier this month rings true: