New Details on WWE Attitude 2, ‘Brothers of Destruction’, Jerry Lawler DVD?

October 6, 2014 by Daniel Bee

WWE Attitude Era Volume 2 - DVD & Blu-ray

Here’s a new synopsis for the WWE “Attitude Era Vol. 2” DVD and Blu-ray!

As of right now it will release first to fans in UK/Europe on November 3rd via, the United States on November 4th, then Australia on November 5th.

What does everybody want?

Head to the nearest man cave, give your boss a Stone Cold salute and spend the next six hours watching The Attitude Era Vol.2, the hottest set to be released since Sable’s handprint bikini. If you are old enough to order a Steve-Weiser, “Hello ladies” was your pick up line in college and you loved WWE before “Federation” became the new “F” word, then here is what you need to do. Take this all new collection, shine it up real nice, flip it sideways and stick it straight up… your DVD player!!

Oh, you didn’t know? Volume 2 includes:

· 30 unfiltered matches ranging from WWE Championship bouts to rare classics from RAW, SmackDown, Heat and much more.
· The entire once in a lifetime cast from the rebellious to the demonic, the iconic, and the just plain weird.
· Delicious Divas breaking WWE hearts and boundaries.
· Vignettes taking you inside the APA’s “office”, behind the Walls of Jericho, aboard The Godfather’s Ho’ Train and much more!

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Kayfabe Commentaries have uploaded the preview clip below, titled “Premium Gas”, hyping their upcoming YouShoot with Teddy Long. The DVD will be released on November 4th.

Before then, Kayfabe Commentaries will be releasing “Timeline: The History of WWE – 1981” with special guest Rick Martel. That’s coming next week on Tuesday, October 14th.

A reminder that the new Undertaker and Kane “Brothers of Destruction” DVD officially hits stores tomorrow. has it for $12.99, while has it for $13.44.

Below are some first look photos of the US version. You can view these photos in a larger size over in this eBay auction where a copy of the new DVD was auctioned off early.

WWE Undertaker & Kane Brothers of Destruction DVD - Photos

WWE Undertaker & Kane Brothers of Destruction DVD - Photos

Blu-Monday - UK WWE Blu-ray Sale


The “Blu-Monday” sale is back (today only) with 3 for 2 on selected WWE Blu-ray disc titles. The promo code you need is “WEBM342”.

Fans in the UK and Europe can take advantage here at

Fantasy Concept - WWE Jerry Lawler DVD & Blu-ray


Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter yesterday mentioned that WWE has plans to release a Jerry “The King” Lawler DVD.

Regarding a question on last night’s radio show, WWE is actually making a Jerry Lawler DVD.

We can neither confirm nor deny this to be true but there have been definite rumblings this year of a DVD/Blu-ray release or a WWE Network special. It was back in July that the Observer first reported the story, while a Jerry Lawler DVD has long been rumored since at least 2011.

In the July report – Jerry Lawler DVD On The Way? – it was said that WWE camera crews were following Lawler in Memphis and conducting interviews with him for the project.

WWF Classic Five 20101 DVD - Rare Box Set


A sealed copy of the WWF “Classic Five of 2001” DVD box set sold on the UK eBay site yesterday for £128.62, equivalent to over $200 US!

Take a look at the RARE auction.

Speaking of tricky to find WWF DVDs, expiring today on the US eBay site is this auction for three DVDs – SummerSlam 2000, King of the Ring 2001 and Invasion.

The current price is just $19.99 for all three. Happy bidding!

Rare WWF DVDs - Invasion, King of the Ring 2001

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  1. The A-Man says:

    Hang on. Is this the same Dave Meltzer who said that he was 100% sure that CM Punk would be on the March 3rd Raw in Chicago?! While I’d love to see a Jerry Lawler blu-ray, Dave Meltzer is just another guy sells a newsletter, trying to make a name for himself, and dirtsheet sites just take his word as gospel. He has no sources, just speculative bullshit.

    • LP1 says:

      Wow. I don’t even know where to begin with your comments. Lots of ignorance here. First off, Dave Meltzer has been covering the wrestling business since the 1970’s. Second of all, umm, he actually does have sources and just about every major name in the business over the last 40 years or so has talked about how much they respect him. For a guy with nothing but “speculative bullshit” he’s managed to do a hell of a job staying in business for nearly 4 decades. As for a guy just trying to sell newsletters, his main source of income is the website now. Once he started making the Observer available online in 2008 his business shifted over. He still does do the physical newsletter as I guess some people still enjoy holding it in their hands while reading it, much like some people still prefer physical books over devices like the Kindle or the Nook or the iPad. Also he never said that Punk will 100% be on Raw. I listened to the audio show he did the night before that Raw and he specifically said that he hasn’t heard anything one way or the other, but if he had to guess he’d say that Punk will be there. Also as for other “dirtsheet sites” taking his word for gospel, that just goes to show how legitmate their sites are when they can’t come up with their own news and have to steal news from sites like the Observer and PWInsider.

  2. newt says:

    wwe needs to do a special feature on the lawler dvd of the mid south coliseum

    its still up, its gona be torn down in a few years. how cool would it be to have a mini tour or some reminiscing inside the mid south coliseum?

  3. Scott says:

    I’m sad for all of you who didn’t grow up with the greatness of 80’s territorial giant Jerry Lawler. (And saying you also don’t like Flair or Bryan just gets your comments negated)

  4. Tony Kegger says:

    6 hours? WWE DVDs are getting shorter now.

  5. Brad Attitude says:

    I hope they use that synopsis got the back cover for The Attitude Era #2 set.

  6. SCSA says:

    This isn’t exactly new details on the ‘WWE Attitude Era 2’ set!!!

  7. attitude.era.4life says:

    Koko B. Ware had a hit-song with it…okay, maybe not a hit, but kind of a song… 😉

    The Undertaker had a version of it with the Tombstone..

    and others have tried and failed to do it just a perfect..

    But no one in history did a Piledriver like:

    Jerry! Jerry! Jerry!

  8. TheManInBlu says:

    I guess Lawler’s been round long enough to deserve a DVD/Blu-ray but I always found him quite boring as a wrestler. I can’t even think of one great match I saw him in. As a commentator, he’s great, but as a wrestler, not so much,

    • LP1 says:

      I guess you can say 45 years is “long enough”. lol It sounds like you’ve only seen Lawler in WWE. That’s a shame.

      • Attitudeerawasawful says:

        I’ve seen Lawler thru-out his whole career, he was/is a awful wrestler.
        Why anybody would waste their time/money on a DVD for him is beyond me.
        Just goes to show that wrestling marks will fall for anything, be it the atrocious Attitude era or the awfulness of Daniel Bryan.

        • Mark D says:

          You’ve been watching since the 70s? Also if you don’t like Jerry Lawler, the Attitude Era or Daniel Bryan – what do you like, because that’s a pretty broad spectrum of things to dislike.

          • Attitudeerawasawful says:

            Nothing broad about those 3 things. Really they are all quite similar, relating to awfulness. I love amazing wrestlers, that are fun and exciting to watch like Ultimate Warrior, Sting, Bret Hart, Randy Savage & Undertaker, guys like that. Larger than life wrestlers. Not Daniel Bryan who looks like my loser drunk uncle. I’d rather watch Ric Flair’s horrible matches than anything to do with Jerry Lawler. That’s how bad Lawler is, and I can’t stand the most boring wrestler on earth Ric Flair. Still I’d pick him over Lawler in a heartbeat.

    • Daniel Bee says:

      The last one I remember him in (may have been his last match, not sure) was the ladder match with The Miz and I remember thinking that was great, like one of the better matches from that time period. How old was he then? Must be lots of gems from his heyday.

      • attitude.era.4life says:

        Now.. I’m not in place to correct you, Daniel.. but, it was in fact a TLC match.. just getting the details in order.. 😉

        • attitude.era.4life says:

          And I actually think he had a RAW match with CM Punk in 2012, if I remember right was it shortly after that match, a week or so after, that he suffered his legit heart attack.

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