This month here at WrestlingDVDNetwork.com we’ve been feeling the BANG!!
We exclusively revealed WWE’s plans to release a new DDP DVD in 2017, then the name being given to the project, and just last week hinted that a documentary portion may be in the works.
No more uncertainly on that last one – a documentary is now 100% confirmed!
We’ve also just received some content teasers for “Diamond Dallas Page – Positively Living”, including a list of some of the interviewees to be featured in the documentary. Names on there include DDP himself, Scott Hall, Eric Bischoff, Mick Foley, and Kimberly Page.
Kimberly Page, former “Nitro Girl” and Playboy Playmate, is of course Dallas’ ex-wife, valet in WCW, and inspiration behind his new-found career in yoga. It’s looking likely she will be interviewed, though there’s a chance that the list is referring to DDP’s daughter also named Kimberly.
We’ve had word that the biography will include “never-before-seen tryout footage” (presumably from the AWA but also possibly from WWE when Page sought to become an announcer in the early ’90s), and an exclusive “behind-the-scenes look at DDP’s Yoga Performance Studio”.
“Diamond Dallas Page – Positively Living” is scheduled to hit stores on DVD and Blu-ray in March of next year. So far we’ve been able to confirm the UK release date of March 27th, 2017 (pre-orders available now here on Amazon.co.uk).
Below, with thanks to WDN reader “Gemni888”, take a look inside the “Collector’s” box set released in the United States for the new “Brock Lesnar – Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.” DVD!
You can grab a Brock box set of your own for $39.96 here on Amazon.com.
As you can see, the contents of the “Collector’s” box set include all of the following items:
– “Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.” 3 disc DVD set
– “Fear the Fury” fight gloves
– WrestleMania 32 artcard featuring authentic ring canvas
– Brock Lesnar trading card
Speaking of “Brock Lesnar – Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.”, it just hit the UK this week!
There’s sadly no Brock box set here, but it is available on DVD, Blu-ray and Steelbook Blu-ray.
Get your version of choice now from Amazon.co.uk or WWEDVD.co.uk.
Back in August we reported that WrestleMania 17 will soon be back on Home Video when WWE puts the WrestleMania 16 through 24 DVDs back on store shelves:
Breaking: WWE To Re-Release WRESTLEMANIA 17 (Unedited) And Other Classic Mania DVDs Soon?
Lots of WDN readers have been asking since if these re-releases are still in the works. We can confirm they are! Current plans see the WM16-24 DVDs offered to UK fans in early 2017.
RARE GOODIES: Speaking of the “granddaddy of them all”, there’s a chance to own the original print WWF Wrestlemania 17 DVD coming up in the next 24 hours on eBay…
$29.99 – WWF WrestleMania X-Seven DVD
And there’s more rare goodies to be had on eBay. This auction linked to below ends tonight and includes 38 DVDs (and a Blu-ray) with several WWF DVDs among them…
$38.01 – Big Lot of 38 WWE DVDs (incl. 7 Rare WWF DVDs, Free Shipping)
Look out for this $50 auction tomorrow which has 25 WWE DVDs up for grabs including rarities like “Austin vs. McMahon”, Survivor Series 2001, and more…
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I know it’s a long shot, but I’d love to see Badd Company w/DDP beating the Midnight Rockers for the AWA tag titles on here. That match made me cry when I was 7 years old.
I’d like the following people to also be interviewed:
Bam Bam Bigelow
This set is incomplete without the Jersey Triad! The BEST stable ever!
FYI, Both Kanyon and Bam Bam are dead.
Yeah ok buddy
I can now confirm that Jimmy Hart will not be a part of this project
They should include the full matches of him commentating with Lord Alfred Hayes from his 1989 announcing tryout.
I would really like to hear DDP talk about the time he dressed up as La Parka on the episode of WCW Nitro in which he defeated “Macho Man” Randy Savage.
And those MMA fighting gloves looks really cheap.
WM: I am only missing a few WM’s from the Silvervision Tagged Classics editions, so these re-releases have to be very very special, if I were to consider collecting them.
If the only change is that the blurring is gotten rid of and the WWF is said without bleeping, I really don’t need them then. Tagged Classics for the most part has it uncut and unedited, even some of them with Free for All shows included.
Now..if it were to be Bluray releases and with some sort of extras, for example the Free for All shows on all events, then maybe.. we’ll see in ’17. 🙂
Is it an actual autograph or a copy?
Brock Lesnar: I was pleasently surprised how every ppv match (minus the OVW and Mr. Perfect matches for obvious reasons) had the videopackage to show the buildup for the match..
Since WM XxX I really don’t care for the whole ppv, and The One behind 21-1 has by far been the only real interesting part of the show lately. Hence, this collection is a fantastic companinon to Here comes the Pain original + Coll. edition.
I now own over 17 hours of the Beast Incarnated..that is just about the same amount of WWE garbage that runs for every week..I absolutely rather watch the Pain! 😉