For those asking, the DVD release of tonight’s WWE Fastlane 2016 pay-per-view event is scheduled for March 29th in the United States, April 6th in Australia, and April 25th in the UK.
The pre-order price of the DVD is down to just $9.99 here on Amazon.com.
A UK exclusive Blu-ray edition can be pre-ordered for £19.99 here on Amazon.co.uk.
Who will come out on top in WWE Fastlane’s Triple Threat Match and go on to face The Game for the WWE World Heavyweight Title at WrestleMania: Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns or Dean Ambrose?
The thrilling series of matches between newly crowned Intercontinental Champion Kevin Owens and Dolph Ziggler turns golden at WWE Fastlane as Kevin Owens puts his Intercontinental Championship on the line.
Plus many more matches from all your favorite WWE Superstars and Divas!
EXCLUSIVE: Get a pre-release look at more footage planned for WWE’s upcoming NXT DVD in these two new clips, featuring comments from Triple H and other NXT personalities on the success of “Beast in the East” last summer and NXT’s strides to bring back women’s wrestling.
“Beast in the East” is touted as being the most watched show on the WWE Network at that time, outside of the monthly PPVs. The Kevin Owens vs. Finn Bálor NXT Championship match, the most watched match from the event, is included in the new DVD and Blu-ray compilation.
Six Divas matches, five for the NXT Women’s Championship, are also in the content listing.
Get WWE’s new “NXT Greatest Matches Vol. 1” DVD or Blu-ray…
– UK/Europe: March 14th. Pre-order your copy now here on Amazon.co.uk.
– USA: March 15th. Pre-order your copy now here on Amazon.com.
– Australia: April 6th. Pre-order your copy now over at Madman.com.au.
There are now just 26 DVD titles and 4 Blu-ray titles listed on WWEShop.com.
As we reported earlier this week, it appears that WWE is now going in a new direction with their Home Video offerings on the official shop site, whereby stocks of older titles will no longer be replenished once they’re gone. At this time new releases month to month are still available.
RARE DEALS: These WWF DVD rarities linked to below are all going cheap on eBay before the weekend is out, with the tricky-to-find “Undertaker: This Is My Yard” DVD among them!
$2.00 – WWF Invasion 2001 DVD (+ Bonus)
$3.75 – WWF Undertaker: This Is My Yard DVD
$3.99 – WWF No Mercy 2001 DVD
The Balor vs Owens match from Beast in the East was great. I just don’t know why WWE used Lesnar as the guy selling this show. The match against Kofi was so disappointing. I was expecting a much bigger name as Lesnars opponent.
NXT is the best thing about WWE today. Hands down. Much like how TakeOver: Brooklyn was a better show than SummerSlam the next day, I’m predicting TakeOver: Dallas, match for match, will be a better show than Mania this year. I remember being at the San Jose NXT house show last year on Mania weekend and the crowd chanting “Better than Mania”. This year I really believe it will be. The lineup for the Dallas show is unbelievable and it makes me regret not going to Mania weekend this year.
NXT Sucks. It’s just the basic formula matches with no ring psychology or the occasional spotfest. Old schools wrestling from the 80s and 90s are the best!!!
And you call me a twa* yea ok NXT is best thing going.
Stop being a twa* Paul
Jeff, don’t feed the trolls. Especially after midnight. They like turn into gremlins or something.
Jeff, you are a twa* and an idiot who I cannot take seriously with your trolling. NXT SUCKS. Old school wrestling beats NXT in every area of pro wrestling.
LP1: NXT isn’t as great as you make it out to be. It’s wrestling being toned down to it’s minimal. There’s no ring psychology to the matches. It’s all random moves and spotfests. Wrestlers these days can’t tell a story properly with their matches.
Paul, we’re having 2 different conversations. I’m saying NXT is the best part of WWE today and you’re saying wrestling was better in the 80s and 90s. I never said anything about the 80s and 90s. We’re comparing apples and oranges. There’s a reason I said “today”. And I’m not even going to debate your comment about no psychology and spotfests because that’s inaccurate. And before you say I don’t understand the business, I’ve been watching wrestling for over 30 years. I lived through the Hulkamania years, the Rock & Wrestling Connection, Turner taking over Crockett and saving WCW, the New Generation, the Monday Night Wars, the rise of ECW, the Attitude Era, the death of WCW and ECW, the birth of ROH and TNA and everything else right up until today. So I have a pretty good perspective on what works and what doesn’t.
And I’ve been watching long enough to tell what’s wrestling and what’s simply insulting my intelligence and that this NXT garbage you claim to be the best today. NXT wrestlers don’t use an ounce of ring psychology in their matches, it’s just random hits or spotfests. There’s no storytelling or ting psychology to today’s matches. it’s all watered down rubbish.
So I’m guessing you’ve seen a handful of NXT matches on Youtube, maybe highlight videos, and you’re basing your opinion on that. Do you actually watch the show week-to-week? If you did you would see how the stories progress naturally and everything makes sense. You do realize that a lot of these NXT wrestlers are still very early into their careers and are still learning. And there’s also veterans there that have been in the business for nearly 20 years. I’m not saying NXT is the greatest thing of all time, I’m saying compared to what’s going on with the main roster lately, NXT is better. More passion, more emotion, wrestling isn’t considered a bad word, the crowd are treated like imbeciles, and wins and losses matter. Watch every episode for the next month and then watch the Takeover special in Dallas and then come back and tell me that’s it all garbage.
*the crowd AREN’T treated like imbeciles
More passion, more emotion? NXT wrestlers couldn’t properly sell a lick like the old school wrestlers could back in the day. When it comes to workrate and psychology, today’s stars just are not up to par. They continue to stick to a basic match formula or the occasional spotfest match. Even the early 2000s OVW would wipe the floor with NXT.
Ok. So you clearly don’t watch it. End of conversation.
Since you can’t come up with any new material or a counter argument, looks like I know what I’m talking about then.