More on WWE’s Ultimate Warrior DVD, Survivor Series First Look, One Day Sale

December 11, 2013 by Daniel Bee

The Ultimate Warrior WWE 2K14 Promotion

Yesterday we exclusively revealed a new Ultimate Warrior WWE DVD in the works!

We now have further confirmation that the project is going ahead and an expected release time of early April 2014. Below is the official synopsis for the DVD and Blu-ray.

He is one of the most colourful and intense Superstars of all time, the Ultimate Warrior! Now for the first time ever, WWE honors his illustrious career with this ultimate collection of bone-crunching matches. Feel the power of the warrior – featuring battles against his biggest rivals such as Hulk Hogan, Jake Roberts, Ravishing Ric Rude, Sgt. Slaughter and more!

WWE fans have long awaited another Warrior DVD since the controversial release of 2005’s ‘Self Destruction of the Ultimate Warrior’. Finally, with over 7 hours of matches from this larger than life Superstar, this action on this home entertainment release is truly OUT OF CONTROL!!

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The Survivor Series DVD (officially releasing December 24th) has been spotted on sale early at FYE. If pre-ordering a copy online you can do so for $17.94 here on

Thanks goes out to WDN reader “Brittin95” for the two early photos shown below.

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Did you know WrestleMania 24 went out-of-print not so long ago? Reportedly, that happened because of a lawsuit against WWE over Floyd Mayweather’s entrance theme used at the event. This year has seen the demand and price of the Blu-ray edition raise significantly.

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  1. THOMAS says:

    I would love to see the artwork of Survivor Series 2013 dvd from inside the dvd case

  2. 2014: ULTIMATE WARRIOR WWE RETURN?… Warrior hasn’t posted anything lately since we found out about WWE producing a new ULTIMATE WARRIOR DVD. I believe the two are being quiet for a Return, DVD, Hall Of Fame and more. Maybe WRESTLEMANIA?….. hmmmm…

  3. subhash.a says:

    hi i’m subhash from INDIA..
    I WANT JOHN CENA MATCH DVD’s for 2002 to 2013…..

  4. From all of what I can think of, There will be another Ultimate Warrior DVD down the road too.

    If they added all matches from WWF, WWE, WCW, UWF, WCCW, MID SOUTH and other live events, shows, etc. Including HALL OF FAME INDUCTION, A Possible return to WWE run in 2014 and more.
    They could make a few DVD sets of Ultimate Warrior.


  5. Oh wait… There’s more…

    vs. Skinner
    vs. Kamala
    vs. Greg Valentine
    vs. Barry Horowitz
    vs. Terry Gibbs
    vs. Tully Blanchard

    Teaming up with Brutus Beefcake, Texas Tornado
    and more.

  6. I forgot to add
    Mid South, WCCW, Bladerunners
    and these matches…

    vs. Rick Ride
    vs. Rick Martel
    vs. Hercules
    vs. Big Bossman
    And more Matches never released.

  7. Here’s my Ultimate Warrior DVD idea…

    Ultimate Warrior Story / Documentary, Matches He Won, Extras, Bonus Material, Unreleased Material:

    vs. Dino Bravo
    vs. Earthquake
    vs. Andre The Giant
    vs. Owen Hart
    vs. Haku
    vs. Ted Dibiase
    vs. Sgt. Slaughter
    vs. Undertaker
    vs. Triple H
    vs. Hulk Hogan
    vs. Honky Tonk Man
    vs. Papa Shango
    vs. Brian Knobbs
    vs. Randy Savage
    vs. Mr. Perfect
    vs. Ric Flair
    vs. Harley Race
    vs. Nailz
    vs. Sid Justice
    vs. Jake Roberts
    vs. Smash
    vs. Super Ninja
    vs. Bobby Heenan
    vs. Jerry Lawler
    vs. Goldust
    And more Singles Matches never released.

    teaming up with…
    Randy Savage, Sting, Undertaker, British Bulldogs,
    Hulk Hogan, Jake Roberts, Legion Of Doom, Jim Duggan
    and more.

    1990 Parade, Ends Brother Love Show, The Funeral Parlor,
    TV Show Appearances, Unreleased Matches, Action Figures,
    Commercials, Facepaints, Warrior Workout and more.

  8. nick says:

    How are they going to have 7 hours worth of matches when his matches never lasted longer than 10 minutes lol

  9. Anan says:

    Jake Roberts – I think there were about 3 or 4 of these where Jake taught Warrior the secrets of The Dark Side leading to a Roberts heel turn.

    Funeral Parlour segment where Taker locked Warrior in the casket

    Warrior vs Slaughter – I don’t care of they have their match from the 1991 Royal Rumble or not. I like Savage’s run in though. I do hope they had the Warrior/Slaughter match from SNME where Taker interfered and gave an interview afterwards where he said it was a cold, cruel world where he wouldn’t rest until Warrior rests in peace.

  10. Anan says:

    I hope they DON’T include Warrior vs Hogan from Halloween Havoc. OMG was that bad! Here’s just some of what I hope they do include:

    A documentary – a proper, non-burial one. If it isn’t designed right now to be a documentary set, that can always change.

    vs Hogan at WM6
    vs Savage at Summerslam 92
    vs Savage at WM7
    vs Honky Tonk Man at Summerslam
    Warrior/Tornado/LOD vs Demolition/Perfect – SSeries
    matches in Mid-South (very rare although I think some of them were on the new Mid-South DVD)) and WCW where he teamed with Sting
    some matches vs Taker (very rare)
    1996 promos promoting his return

    Wrestlemania 6 pre-match interview
    Putting On The Warpaint – an extra looking at Warrior’s different facepaint looks and a look at Warrior putting on his paint.

    Some stories and stuff about the Warrior character, his running to the ring entrance and rope shaking and his thoughts on Batista doing it years later, and other stuff.

  11. newt says:

    hope they have some dingo warrior matches and matches when he tagged with sting. even tho the match they included on the midsouth dvd was short, its one of my favorites

    with this dvd- yex the greatst hit are important but so are hidden treasures fro
    the vault

  12. Luke says:

    The part about Warrior’s battles against Jake caught my eye too! As far as I know, they never faced in a singles match. Jakes even said on his DVD that they were supposed to start their much-hyped program after SummerSlam ’91, but Warrior was fired over the holdup and their run never happened. It’d be awesome if they had done a test-run dark match at a TV taping prior to SummerSlam that made film, but I won’t hold my breathe. It’ll most likely be a repeat of the Warrior/Jake/Undertaker vignettes that were on the Self Destruction set. For whoever suggested it be might be a Mid-South/UWF match, they weren’t there at the same time. Jake headed to NY in Feb86, and the Bladerunners didn’t debut until 2-3 months later.

  13. Wonderllama says:

    Here are the best Ultimate Warrior matches to include:

    vs. Honky Tonk Man – SummerSlam 1988
    vs. Honky Tonk Man – SNME 1989
    vs. Rick Rude – SummerSlam 1989
    The Ultimate Warriors vs. The Heenan Family – Survivor Series 1989
    w/ Hulk Hogan vs. Mr. Perfect & The Genius – SNME 1990
    vs. Hulk Hogan, WrestleMania 6
    vs. Haku – SNME 1990
    vs. Rick Rude – SNME 1990
    vs. Rick Rude (Steel Cage) – SummerSlam 1990
    vs. Ted DiBiase – The Main Event IV
    The Ultimate Warriors vs. The Perfect Team – Survivor Series 1990
    Grand Finale Match of Survival – Survivor Series 1990
    vs. Sgt. Slaughter – Royal Rumble 1991
    vs. Randy Savage – WrestleMania 7
    vs. Randy Savage – SummerSlam 1992
    w/ Savage vs. Money Inc. – SNME 1992

    Add a couple exciting unreleased matches and I would be interested, at the very least.

  14. Sick Boy says:

    I got the WrestleMania 24 bluray about a year after it was released do this news doesn’t worry me

  15. Jordan Cassatt says:

    WOAH!! The PPV releases have only been $9.99 recently! Survivor Series isnt worth a penny more!

  16. Sami says:

    I hope wwe home video realse the best of andre the giant

  17. Spritz1999 says:

    Ehhh… Ultimate Warrior has never impressed me, other than being a big-headed, conceited, biggot… I think the ‘Self Destruction’ dvd got it right the 1st time!

  18. KarlKayfabian says:

    I can’t locate a listing or footage of any Warrior vs. Jake Roberts? Can anyone?

    • LP1 says:

      They never faced eachother in the WWF, not even at house shows, that I’m aware of. The only WWF angle they did together was Jake’s heel turn prior to SummerSlam ’91 where he turned against the Warrior and sided with The Undertaker. But those were only vignettes, not matches.

      It’s possible that they could’ve crossed paths in Mid South Wrestling in 1985.

  19. Hey Haters, Your BS is never welcome in Ultimate Warrior’s ONE WARRIOR NATION! Get Out!… Anyway, I can’t wait until this DVD/Blu-Ray is out! WWE & ULTIMATE WARRIOR will always be #1 in my book, PAST-PRESENT-FUTURE!… oWn FOREVER!

  20. Victory73 says:

    April can’t come soon enough!

  21. Bill says:

    Finally, match listing on the back

  22. Wonderllama says:

    Half of disc one should be the documentary and the other half promos and talking segments. Like this gem:

  23. anonymous says:

    I have never been less excited for a DVD.

  24. LP1 says:

    With FYE having Survivor Series on sale already, only 2 and a 1/2 weeks after the event happened, why doesn’t WWE just release all of their PPV’s that early? Why wait a full month to release them? The earlier they release them the more interest there might still be in the event. The longer they wait, the more storylines change. Plus I don’t think anyone is still buying PPV replays more than 2 weeks after an event anyway. Not that it makes too much of a difference. Just saying if they can turn around a PPV this quickly by having the DVD printed, packaged and shipped out this soon, why not just officially release them that soon as well?

    The only reason I would think they wouldn’t be allowed to release them officially until a month later might have to do with cable companies showing replays. Not sure if that’s the reason or not, but I remember back in the day when Coliseum Video used to turn around PPV’s in less than 3 weeks as well. It’s strange.

    • David says:

      I was wondering this too but i searched a while back and read that its something to do with cable/satellite providers and WWE can’t release on home video for minimum 4 weeks after ppv air date. Its probably to do with cable and satellite providers still making money off replays.

      They use to release on Coliseum video 1-2 months after ppv as well.

      • LP1 says:

        That might have been the case towards the end of the Coliseum run, where PPV’s weren’t released as quickly, but in the late 80’s/early 90’s I remembr vividly PPV’s coming out on tape 3 weeks after they took place. I remember specifically renting Survivor Series ’89 the week before Christmas. I also remember renting WrestleMania VI the weekend of the Saturday Night’s Main Event that followed it(just looked it up, that episode aired April 28th.)

        But most likely you’re right about the cable companies. To me it’s an outdated and flawed deal though. WWE airs their PPV’s everywhere now, from their own website to video game consoles, AppleTV and other devices. That’s all competition to the cable companies as well.

  25. My Ultimate Warrior 2014 new DVD &/or prediction…

    The Founding Father Of Ring Intensity,
    -3 DISK DVD or 2 DISK BLU-RAY Sets-

    DVD DISK 1: Ultimate Warrior Life Story and Ring Career, Singles Matches against Hulk Hogan, Andre The Giant, Sgt. Slaughter, Undertaker, Mr. Perfect, Haku, Triple H, Owen Hart, Earthquake, Greg Valentine, Rick Rude, Randy Savage, Goldust, Ric Flair, Nailz, Sid Justice and more.

    DVD DISK 2: Singles Matches against Papa Shango, Jerry Lawler, Hercules, Ted Dibiase, Big Bossman, Super Ninja, Bobby Heenan, Issac Yankem, Dino Bravo, Honky Tonk Man, Smash, Rick Martel, Harley Race and more. – Tag Team Matches: Teaming up with Undertaker, Jim Duggan, Hulk Hogan, Sting, Jake Roberts, Legion Of Doom, British Bulldogs, Randy Savage and more.

    DVD DISK 3: Bonus / Extras / Unreleased Material: including The Funeral Parlor, Action Figures, Slim Jim Commercial, Ending Brother Love Show, TV Appearances on Regis & Kathy, Arsenio Hall, 1990 Parade, WCW, Unreleased Matches and more.


  27. Steiner says:

    How come the blu ray version of Survivor Series is not out in the U.S?

    And I can imagine the repeats on the Warrior set

    vs Hogan at WM 6 (Hopefully it’s the match from Halloweeb Havoc)
    vs Slaughter RR91
    VS.Rude WM5 or SS89 or SS90
    vs Savage WM7

    Hard to imagine an unreleases/rare matches that are worth it

  28. LP1 says:

    Glad to see they’re back to listing the matches on the back of PPV releases. They stopped doing that for a while.

  29. John Peterson says:

    I Hope Survivor Series will still be 10 Bucks at Wal-Mart.Definately not worth 20 Bucks

  30. RabidHeat says:

    The only problem with this one is the exact same problem with the Goldberg set: the quality of the matches. Outside of WrestleMania 6, there really is very little to write home about. I think guys like these really would be better presented in 1 or 2 disc sets, not 3 disc anthologies. It’s kind of a less is more with guys who have less ability. 3 discs is overkill.

    • Mark D says:

      …but we actually get about the same amount of content on a 3 disc set that we use to get on a 2 disc. Gone are the 9 hour days :_(

      • King Shabazz says:

        Why are the 9 or 10 hr sets gone? At first, I thought wwe was running short on footage, but then I thought I figured it out. To make blu-ray more appealing, they would put extra footage on the blu-ray, take it from what used to be part of the normal run time from the DVD so that no additional footage would be taken from future potential releases(which, of course comes at the expense of the current dvd as they thought blu-ray would soar anyway). Not sure, though. Just a theory of mine.

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