Exclusive: More Info on STING’s New WWE DVD Documentary – Name Revealed

May 1, 2015 by Daniel Bee

WWE Sting: Into The Light DVD - Logo

Earlier this we week we revealed that WWE has a new STING DVD & Blu-ray in the works, with the first ever WWE produced Sting documentary planned as its main feature.

As of latest word, the Home Video release is scheduled for October in North America and Europe, following in November to Australia. It will be a 3 disc DVD and 2 disc Blu-ray set.

The planned name for the Sting DVD/Blu-ray is: “Sting – Into The Light”.

We’re hearing that WWE will be rounding off their 2015 DVD and Blu-ray releases with the Sting documentary and one other WWE Superstar themed documentary yet to be unveiled.

WWE Sting: Into The Light DVD Documentary

Don’t forget, WrestleMania 31 releases on DVD and Blu-ray this coming Tuesday!

The first glimpse of the DVD/Blu-ray comes courtesy of a Walmart employee preparing stock – photo below. Thanks goes out to WDN reader Morgan Tyler for sharing.

You can pre-order WrestleMania 31 on either DVD or Blu-ray format by clicking here.

WWE WrestleMania 31 DVD - First Look

A comedy horror movie called “Camp Massacre” starring Al Snow is releasing on DVD this month. Thanks to WDN reader Derek Stubinski for sharing the first look shown below.

“Camp Massacre” can be pre-ordered for May 19th release, here on Amazon.com.

Al Snow Camp Massacre DVD - Photos

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They have Extreme Rules 2014 and 2013 down to £7.99 on DVD or £9.99 on Blu-ray, plus the 2012 and 2011 DVDs on sale for just £5.99 each. Take advantage before they’re gone.

The Extreme Rules 2015 DVD will be released later this month on May 26th to fans across the United States. It follows next month to fans in the UK (also on Blu-ray) and Australia.

WWE Extreme Rules DVD & Blu-Ray Sale

Our “RARE BOX” giveaway box has now ended and these titles were selected at random: Undertaker: This Is My Yard, Best of RAW Vol. 1 & 2, WrestleMania 18, SummerSlam 2001.

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Speaking of rare WWF/WWE DVDs, this eBay auction will expire tomorrow for a copy of the tricky to find US version of Judgment Day 2002 – one to add to your Watch List!

WWE Judgment Day 2002 DVD - Rare US Version

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  1. Art84 says:

    Finally a Sting documentary. I wonder if it will pass over TNA years and jump toward WWE? I hope it’s a good one as I want to hear about Sting’s career in his own words.

  2. Anan says:

    FINALLY a long awaited doc on Sting. I hope that this will be a proper doc, one that has the right length of time that warrants all the waiting.

  3. Vincenzzzzzo says:

    I’m glad they’re still putting the number on the WM DVD spine too.

  4. Jansen Lombard says:

    The title should’ve been …

    The STING of the Scorpion.

  5. CM Punk'd says:

    I would’ve preferred if they called it “This… Is… STING”

  6. Todd Cash says:

    Can’t wait for this release and nitro vol. 3

  7. Brad Attitude says:

    I think Into the Darkness would be a better title.

  8. Callum Jones says:

    OMG!!! I won Summerslam 2001, thanks so much! I’ve read the site for years now and it’s great you pay back fans with giveaways.

  9. attitude.era.4life says:

    “…and one other WWE Superstar themed documentary yet to be unveiled…” –

    The Uuuuuundertaaaaaaker!!! 🙂

  10. Lawrence says:

    I notice they have added a “31” to the spine of the WrestleMania blu-rays (and presumably DVDs as well, though the latter isn’t pictured). Not a huge deal, but I’m happy with that addition.

  11. R&REXPRESS#1 says:

    “Into the light” ?? Where did this title come from & what’s it got to do with Sting?

    • Daniel Bee says:

      We were thinking “into the light” could mean Sting finally coming to WWE (the big time as WWE might see it) after all the years, maybe even retirement.

      Don’t know what everybody else thinks?

      • Mark D says:

        “Dark” in wrestling vernacular means not widely seen or didn’t really happen – because it wasn’t seen on TV (i.e. dark match).

        The exact opposite of dark is “light”.

        So I’m pretty sure that “Sting: Into the Light” translates into: “Sting enters a stage where people can finally see him”. Also there’s a little knock towards both TNA and WCW in there (which you know WWE loves to do).

        That, or he does move into a light in his entrance video…. but I like the first explanation. 😉

        • RabidHeat says:

          I wish they would let the anti-WCW stuff drop, it just makes them seem pathetic anyway when it’s been closed for 14 years.

          • Foley is Good says:

            Yeah it shows the WWE is a Mickey Mouse company to still complain about something that happened 14 years ago. Actually that old saying “Mickey Mouse” company is kind of outdated isn’t it. Every company wishes they could print money like Disney. LOL.

        • LP1 says:

          It could also be a reference to his religious beliefs. Sting became a born again Christian several years ago. He’a claimed many times that it saved his life.

  12. Mr Hesse says:

    LOL a movie where Bree Olsen actually tries to act.