“The Monday Night War Vol. 2 – Know Your Role” is the next WWE Home Video to grace your collection, in stores next month as a 4 disc DVD and 3 disc Blu-ray set. The follow up to Volume 1, “Shots Fired”, will feature the remaining 10 episodes of the WWE Network series.
Before then, WrestlingDVDNetwork.com gives you an exclusive first look, because we’ve got our hands on plans for the DVD’s artwork and the insides of the Digipak – take a look!
As you can see on the back cover, the company is hyping up the exclusive Eric Bischoff interview segments (included as extras after each episode), with the following:
For the first time in eight years, ERIC BISCHOFF returns to WWE home video and gives his candid and unscripted commentary on the final ten episodes of The Monday Night War in a post-episode analysis.
Get your copy of “The Monday Night War Vol. 2” DVD/Blu-ray…
– Australia: Pre-order a copy now via WWEDVD.com.au for September 2nd.
– USA: Pre-order yours now here on Amazon.com for September 8th.
– UK/Europe: Pre-order it now from WWEDVD.co.uk for October 5th.
FREE SHIPPING: Heads up, there’s FREE shipping on all WWEShop.com orders TODAY ONLY!
Until midnight EST tonight you can eliminate WWE’s pesky shipping costs on ALL orders, including the latest DVDs, Blu-rays, and other merchandise. Simply click here to WWEShop.com, select a product, and use code “FREESHIP” at checkout before this rare deal expires.
Take a look at our WWE DVD Release Dates page and you’ll find that it has been recently updated with a complete rundown of release dates scheduled from now until the end of 2015.
We can confirm that the rumored return of the “Superstar Collection” DVDs is a plan for at least one overseas market but as of right now there are no indications that a Superstar-themed series will hit the United States this year, instead only those titles listed on the Release Dates page.
RARE STUFF: This big lot of more than 60 wrestling DVDs is going cheap on eBay tomorrow (right now just $20.00) and includes some rare and tricky-to-find WWF/WWE DVD titles such as “Chris Benoit: Hard Knocks”, “Hardy Boyz: Leap of Faith”, and “Tough Enough: Season 1”.
$20.00 – Big Lot of 62 Wrestling DVDs
Before then, place your bids on these 2-pack WWF DVD goodies ending today…
$9.99 – WWF SummerSlam 2000 & King of the Ring 2000 DVDs
$9.99 – WWF No Way Out 2002 & No Way Out 2003 DVDs
$10.49 – WWF Backlash 2001 & King of the Ring 2001 DVDs
That photo shopped hand on the Rock just looks so bad, I can’t believe it is the cover shot.
“First time in 8 years”
So that would be in 2007. Are they referring to Bischoff’s appearance on the 15th anniversary of Raw?
Either one of those collages on the inside would have been a better cover than the front photo of The Rock alone.
Will it be edited segment with Hogan in this set? I loved Vol.1 and can’t wait to see the last 10 épisodes because the Network it’s not available in my region with my cable compagny…
He’s mentioned on the packaging, so no, obviously it’s not going to be edited.
Between Elimination Chamber 2015, The Beast In The East, PPVs on blu-ray, and now the latest Superstar Collection releases, it’s almost as if WWE is subtly(or not so subtly if you’ve been paying attention the last year and a half) telling its North American fans that there really is no reason to buy many DVDs/BRs anymore and to just watch everything on the Network. I have a feeling we’re not too far away from Cole, JBL and Lawler holding up flash cards and asking us why would we buy DVD’s for $14.99 and up when we can buy the WWE Network for $9.99.
And I’m not knocking the Network at all. I absolutely love it. Been a paid subscriber since day one. I’m just saying they’re really not giving us much of an incentive to buy DVDs/BRs anymore.
it’s all about money of course.. problaly saving a hell of a lot money for Vince and Co. when “producing” past, present and future releases only for the Network to be avaliable at.
Plus, the consumers have to pay over and over for the same..sure, new things added frequently.. and for those who never been able to watch the great back catalogue from Silvervision, it is fantastic with the 9.99’er..
But..the power is certaintly not with the consumers, when WWE can erase or edit certain elements, if they think they need to be morale preachers on one hand, while they also claim to air Uncut and Unedited..
Physcial medias, you buy once and you own..that’s not the case with streaming services..and I’m sorry to say, that I think you right..down the road somewhere, there’s very limited or maybe even nothing that’s physical in the WWE..well, only if you attend to live shows…but, you never know.. 😉
Is Monday night war vol.1 any good & worth purchasing?
if you dont have the network then not really ex for some maybe interviews that were added and 1 match but not really