Another four titles revealed for the WWE Superstar Collecton, bringing the total up to eight so far!
As you know the Superstar Collection series is confirmed to include single disc DVD releases on John Cena, Zack Ryder, Sheamus, and Daniel Bryan.
New information at Shock Entertainment out of Australia reveals another four on the way – Randy Orton, Kofi Kingston, Shawn Michaels, and Rey Mysterio.
Based on how they’ve been scheduled up to now, we can speculate that the first two will be released in September, and the remaining two in October.
The following three synopses are out (no sign of one for Randy Orton yet).
Superstar Collection: Kofi Kingston
Kofi Kingston is excitement personified. With boundless enthusiasm he dazzles the WWE Universe each week with an explosive combination of frenetic energy and jaw-dropping athleticism. The Ghana native has soared to multiple Intercontinental, United States and WWE Tag Team Title reigns, all with a beaming smile on his face. Now with this special DVD collection focusing on the Boom Squad leader, enjoy some of the most daring, death-defying and definitive matches of his career, including three heart-pounding ladder matches guaranteed to amaze.
Superstar Collection: Shawn Michaels
He is one of the most revered Superstars in the history of sports entertainment. Spanning a quarter century, Shawn Michaels’s career was punctuated by countless accolades including multiple reigns with every major championship, and timeless matches that revolutionized the industry. The Main Event, The Icon, The Showstopper, Mr. WrestleMania and most recently…Mr. Hall of Fame has truly influenced a generation of fans. Now in this special collection, relive these show-stealing classics from his final run in WWE, including his one last stand with Triple H in DX and his emotional final match at WrestleMania XXVI.
Superstar Collection: Rey Mysterio
Rey Mysterio is WWE’s preeminent giant- killer. Staring up at nearly all of his competition, what he lacks in size he makes up tenfold in heart and determination. With an innovative offensive attack highlighted by the gravity-defying 619, this ultimate underdog has proven time and time again why he is pound-for-pound one of the most accomplished Superstars of all time. This special collection from WWE compiles the best edge-of-your-seat action from the masked Superstar including his record setting bout vs JBL, high flying classics against CM Punk, Chris Jericho and more!
WWE Superstar Collection begins on July 10th [More info and pre-order].
Do you think the right Superstars have been chosen for the new series? Which ones will you be getting hold of? Let us know in the comments section!
Thanks to Matt Olivari for contributing to this article.
they need to give one to evan bourne he is the best high flier in wrestling today
These are probably going to be like the john morrison: rockstar dvd…. And they also look like they are made for younger wwe fans (and will probably only feature matches from the pg era).
I would like to see on the HBK one, the In Your House DX match of Shawn vs Ken Shamrock.
I totally agree with ‘nightmare’!
I wish they would make a dvd/blue ray on Triple H and yes I know there have been a few but make one like they did with Edge and Stone Cold .There was one coming out like that but it got cancel I wondering why .These single Superstar dvds I feel are ok but really a waste of time .
Being the Shawn Michaels fan I am, I will probably get this, hope it’s good.
Guys like HBK, Orton or Cena, who already have one or more 3 disc DVD sets don’t need to be featured as part of this collection imo. These budget DVDs are a good way to do DVDs for superstars who won’t get the full DVD treatment right now, like D-Bryan, Kofi, Ryder. So, the choices are hit and miss so far. In the future I would like to see: The Miz, Dolph Ziggler, Cody Rhodes and Christian.
I want to talk about how stupid these are but I’d just be taking out my frustration about the lack of a Falls Count Anywhere match listing.
for shawn michaels dvd i would like to see his match against rob van dam in 2002
christians dvd should hold on until its a 3 disc
now i guess it’s too hard for making a Christian one
I think there ok for the casual fan but I also feel there a wast of time because we already had what 4 Shawn Michael one and 1 Randy Orton so I will pass
I’m looking forward to these and these are going to be a good and cheap buy for the casual wrestling fan. These will be a hot buy and hopefully are successful.
too bad this “series” of collection will fail.
i like these series dvd’s cant beat the price and like how they put it out every cpl months…they actually should have started with the legends instead of zack(who gives a fuck) ryder…damn even brooklyn brawler should have been b4 ryder foreal
I completely agree, how about bruno sammartino…
Like Ryder or not, he’s a popular guy. This isn’t about “deserving”, this is about making money on someone who – let’s be honest – will likely never have a big run, and thus no DVD and no sales.
Is a Dolph Ziggler one too much to ask for?
Ill but them for collection purposes but I’ll probably keep them sealed
Nice easy release for the casual fan, nothing groundbreaking but they are cheap. Kids will love them.
What a waste!
All of them.. for the collection of course.
I’m surprised by the Michaels one. I’m a huge HBK fan, but else is there to release from his final few months. They released everything on the DX blu ray. I’d like to see some stuff from 03-04 or 94-96. I’m really hoping these sets are unreleased TV matches, but I’m probably reaching
SHOULD DO A SET ON ALBERTO DEL RIO.
I really think these are lame I mean all you get is about 4 or five matches .
What do you expect? these are $10 budget release, you’re not going to get 3 disc digipack sets with 15-25 matches.
People are making it seem like this is the first time WWE has done these sort of compilations…ever since the Coliseum video releases, they have always released VHS budget titles in the $15-$20 range, given how bigger VHS releases were $40-$50.
Dave, you can keep talking, but in the end people just don’t get it. They judt do not comprehend this at all.
Dolph Ziggler would be a good one I think, he’s had some very solid matches in the past few years and of course CM Punk.
I don’t have an issue with these releases at all – proving they are in addition to the standard monthly 3 disc sets.
No Undertaker? Bit surprised by that, but with the 20-0 DVD coming, probably a redundency.
Should they really be doing this type of DVD for Hall of Fame guys?
I think it would be a good idea. At least it would be a good idea for the guys in the HOF that don’t have their own sets.