More Than 20 WWE DVDs Taken Out-Of-Print, WCW OMG! Update, Network News

July 24, 2014 by Daniel Bee

WWE - OMG Vol. 2 Top 50 Incidents in WCW History

The new “OMG! Vol. 2 – The Top 50 Incidents in WCW History” DVD will have a total runtime of just short of 7 hours. The Blu-ray will have additional content on top.

Disc 1 of the DVD will run approximately 2 hours and 14 minutes, Disc 2 approximately 1 hour and 42 minutes, and Disc 3 approximately 2 hours and 56 minutes.

The WCW OMG! DVD/Blu-ray hits stores across the United States on August 12th. You can pre-order your copy with Amazon by clicking here, or by using the buttons below.


Another 23 WWE DVDs have reportedly been taken out-of-print recently, including the original Randy Savage “Macho Madness” DVD. The full list follows below.

As you may have heard, WWE has plans to release “Macho Man – The Randy Savage Story”, a new DVD and Blu-ray, now with a documentary, at the end of this year.

WWE Macho Man Randy Savage - Ultimate Collecton DVD

Backlash 2005
Great American Bash 2006
Royal Rumble 2008
Night Of Champions 2009
Capitol Punishment 2011
Extreme Rules 2011
Hell In A Cell 2012
Money In The Bank 2012
Royal Rumble 2012
Royal Rumble: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 2
Royal Rumble: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 4

Born To Controversy: The Roddy Piper Story
Cause Stone Cold Said So
Divas: South Of The Border
Edge: A Decade Of Decadence
History of the Intercontinental Championship
Hulk Hogan: Unreleased Collector’s Series
John Cena: Word Life
John Morrison: Rock Star
Jake “The Snake” Roberts: Pick Your Poison
Legends Of Wrestling Collection
Randy Savage: Macho Madness
The Spectacular Legacy Of The AWA

Here are a few screenshots from the upcoming “WWE Live in the UK – May 2014” DVD.

The 2-disc DVD set will feature RAW, Smackdown, Superstars and Main Event from the May tour, in addition to the two extra features pictured below.

WWE Live in the UK - May 2014 DVD Menu

WWE Live in the UK - May 2014 DVD Menu

As noted before, Batista and Seth Rollins will grace the cover. The DVD will release to fans in the UK and Europe on August 11th and can be pre-ordered here on

WWE Live in the UK - May 2014 DVD Cover

“Ricky Steamboat: The Life Story of The Dragon” will be the next documentary from a WWE DVD or Blu-ray to stream on the WWE Network in the Beyond the Ring category.

We’ve added that to our new “WWE DVDs on WWE Network” page.

WWE Ricky Steamboat Life Story of the Dragon DVD - Logo

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$3.04 – WCW War Games Blu-ray (Sealed)
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$4.00 – Best of King of the Ring Blu-ray (Sealed)
$4.25 – ECW Unreleased Vol. 2 Blu-ray
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  1. John Marston says:

    Does anyone know if Night of Champions 2009 is gonna go way up in price now that it’s out of print? It’s one of the only 09s I need to complete 2009 set, and I’m wondering if the price is gonna skyrocket like the Rumble from 09 did after it went out of print. Thanks.

    • Ryen Cooper says:

      I was just wondering that same thing.. I’ve never been able to find it in stores, even after it was just released..

  2. R&REXPRESS#1 says:

    Seems odd that the current Randy Savage dvd is now out of print just before the new set on him is released & that one is only about 4 yrs old.

  3. John says:

    Is that second screenshot correct? Those seem like some odd bonus features.

    • Mark D says:

      They are correct. It’s the Hogan/Savage match and a prematch promo with Hulk & Elizabeth.

    • attitude.era.4life says:

      it is kind of a trade mark for the Live in the UK releases, that their bonus content is features from previous UK events; the 1991 Battle Royal at the Royal Albert Hall is on one of them, I think from 2008; another one is the HBK vs. Cena from 2007.

      • John says:

        Thank you and above. I didn’t know that. UK releases are of the few I haven’t added to my collection.

        • attitude.era.4life says:

          I have the Live in the UK releases from october 2007 up to november 2009. After that year, I stopped collect them, as I think they did’nt have the powerful drive anymore.

          November 2008 has a great Last man standing match, which concludes the HBK vs. Jericho feud. It is of course “handicapped” as it is a tv match, but still a great “rare” puzzle in the Shawn vs. Jericho feud.

  4. Lee Hayman says:

    Why are they taking PPVs from 2012 out of print already?

    • attitude.era.4life says:

      my guess, it is the effect from the Network.. in my book, it is a trend that will increase in the future, so I think it is wise to collect releases as soon as possible, cos the signs say that releases will only be on market for periodes more limited than before, due to the before mentioned Network.

      • Lee Hayman says:

        I was thinking that too. The Network has kinda ruined DVD collecting in that regard. I just hope WWE doesn’t just stop producing DVDs one day since I prefer physical media in general. Besides the monthly PPVs, I wouldn’t care if the Network was shut down tomorrow.

        • attitude.era.4life says:

          As I live outside US, Denmark, I naturally have no experience on the Network specific to build my opinion on.. but in general, my opinion on network services like Netflix and The Network on short term will seem to be a fantastic great way to get much for a reasonable amount of payment…

          but, on the long term, I do not want to pay for the product I own over and over and again and agaín.. when I buy a disc, I pay once, and I can watch it a million times or once, but I have only paid for it one time.

          • LP1 says:

            You’re looking at it all wrong. You’re not paying $9.99 a month for the same product over and over again. You’re paying $9.99 a month to see the live $50 PPVs. Everything else that comes with it is free. Kinda puts it into a different perspective, doesn’t it?

            • attitude.era.4life says:

              Well.. I would never look at it as right or wrong..I believe we all each have our mind set on pros and cons of this and that, included The Network.

              When it comes to the live ppv’s, well.. I do not like the current product as a whole show as much as I did years back.. 2011 is the last year I have full ppv collection of on DVD/Bluray, 2012 I only have the first half of, 2013 I have 2 ppv’s plus the Best of ppv, and 2014 I predict I only will own Rumble and WrestleMania xxx.

              The reason I list this, is to express my opinion on the ppv product of today; conclusion: I will definitely not collect ppv’s of todays product, and therefor I only am interesting in the vintage department..which I do not want to continue to pay for over and over again.

              The wcw and ecw ppv product being released is cool, no doubt about it..but, when it comes down to it, at the end of the day, the wwf/wwe product for me always has been the, I settle with the wcw and ecw bluray/dvd releases, which is okay for me.

            • Vintage Simon says:

              It’s also worth bearing in mind that fans in Europe aren’t charged $50 for PPVs, so he’s not saving that amount. More often than not, they’re free. Thus, if you did subscribe to the Network, it probably is for the archive.

              • attitude.era.4life says:

                if the the Network would be a free of charge 320/480SD stream service, I’d be a happy user of it, and use it to decide which ppv, documentary, matchcompilation sets and so on, that I would like to buy on Bluray or DVD.

              • Daniel Bee says:

                It’s not “more often than not” that the PPVs are free though, at least in the UK. They are £15/month there and only the odd one is free from time to time. There’s the instant appeal of the Network.

                • Anonymous says:

                  The WWE Network in its current quality has very little appeal to me. Now if they ever started to offer a direct 1:1 clone true master quality download of all the old shows for $3 each in ISO or Mpeg2 format, I’d buy all of the shows not already released on DVD. It would cost a lot more, but I’d be able to enjoy the shows instead of becoming annoyed by watching WWE Network in the computer frame rate film like quality. I’d be more than happy to settle for standard definition as the shows I want are pre-2003 and pre-HD era anyway. But, this current form of the Network? No thanks. I realize 80% of the people on this board don’t care about the frame rate because it’s cheap or they’re used to the PAL TV look. But there are a lot more of those who do care than some people want to accept. They just get bashed every time they say anything and get turned off completely.

                  • Mark D says:

                    Really, because honestly you’re the only person who I have ever heard even mention the frame rate of the Network.

                    • Anonymous says:

                      Really. I honestly feel this way and there are at least three others on this website (including someone who posted in this very topic) who’ve posted that they too notice it. Forget about the fact that others see it and don’t care to chime in fearing they’ll get smacked down as I often do. Or, forget about that the Classics on Demand’s numbers started dropping right around the time when this same problem hit that cable on demand service in 2010. If it weren’t an issue, why would WWE be looking to hire a Digital Content Technician:

                      Go to the link and you’ll see that they specifically state that the candidate must have “Working knowledge and ability to recognize typical Audio / Video impairments” as well as “Knowledge of technical formats (NTSC, PAL, and HD frame-rates).” This type of job post at least has me somewhat hopeful they’ll get it right. I already conceded that the majority probably don’t care. I imagine it’s also better than bootlegs. I’m not out to hurt your enjoyment of the product or anyone else’s. I respect the fact that you enjoy the network, just as I hope you can respect the fact that I can’t and that’s why I mention it with the hopes that the company gets it right. I’m not jumping on anyone. If you like it, great, please continue to enjoy it.

  5. attitude.era.4life says:

    I am only missing the AWA release from the out of print list..I hope it will not increase in price now on the european marketplace of amazon, now it is oop.

    I’m a little surprised that 2012 releases already are being listed as out of print, but guess it is due to the arrival of the Network.

    When you list out of print DVD’s/Blurays, is that for the US only or is it worldwide?

    As I see the Royal Rumble 2008 is now oop, I believe it is the first ppv that was shot in HD, but never been released as Bluray, if I remember correct? It would be nice to see that one..and for that matter all of 2008 and 2009 ppv’s on Bluray, other than those who already got that treatment.

    Just imagine, the 2008 HBK vs Jericho feud in Bluray full HD..or The Anything goes Iron Man match from Bragging Rights 2009.

    well.. likely not happening, due to the Network anyway..

    • Daniel Bee says:

      I usually make sure to write something like “taken out-of-print in the United States” but didn’t here. Yes, it means the US market.

      • attitude.era.4life says:

        when I read Mark’s comment and think about it, it makes sense in its own rights, so my bad for not thinking.. but thanks anyway.. 🙂

    • Mark D says:

      In Europe it’s simple, if it’s not listed on then it’s out of print. Don’t you remember when Silver Vision closed down?

  6. SRB says:

    “Disc 2 approximately 1 hour and 42 minutes” Hilarious.

  7. King6758 says:

    Roman Reigns sucks