Check out this brand new, second trailer for next month’s highly anticipated release “Triple H – Thy Kingdom Come”.
The preview confirms a number of different superstars who were interviewed for the release including THE UNDERTAKER! This marks the first time that The Undertaker has been interviewed on a WWE DVD release since the early 2000s.
The other names spotted are: Triple H, Batista, Billy Gunn, Jim Ross, Kevin Nash, Mick Foley, Sean Waltman, Stephanie McMahon, Terry Taylor, The Rock and Vince McMahon.
The Triple H – Thy Kingdom Come DVD and Blu-ray is released to North America on September 24th; click here to pre-order your copy now with Amazon.com.
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So getting Triple H’s dvd… excited to see what everyone says. 🙂 Looks great!
Very interesting to see that The Undertaker appears out of character on this set. I’m still not going to buy this straight away when it’s released, but I’m definitely intrigued. I’m interested to hear what JR and Mick Foley have to say too.
Sure, let’s put matches of a guy who murdered a 7 year old… on a DVD of a G rated product that will be mostly watched by… 7 years olds…. Makes sense! Yeah let’s please those nutjobs on the internet and tribute a child killer just for them. Wal-Mart would definitely carry it.
Im glad I pre-ordered this a while ago…. its going to be amazing… glad taker is out of character…hope everyone is out of character not kayfabe
I was planning on buying the set anyway. But now that Taker’s interviewed, I’m pre-ordering it on Amazon right after I post this comment. .
I hope his iron man match with Chris Benoit is on it.
too bad its not, the match listing is already out.
even if the match listing had not been released already, expecting a benoit match to be on anything but an anthology is very naïve. are you not aware of how the wwe has handled benoit since the murders?
Whats even more naive is people are expecting WWE to include the full Benoit tribute RAW show on the 20th Anniversary boxset…like seriously?! WWE apologized for even airing it and removed that date from the RAW archives on WWE.com…why the heck would they include it?!
If its an anthology release which includes Benoit, then sure….when they have a whole library of matches and over 1000 episodes of RAW to choose from, they won’t pick the ones with Benoit.
Triple H’s heel turn and joining with orton after their feud 2009 was shocking although i hope they bring back batista and flair for the return of evolution.
Im definately going to buy this on blu ray for £22.00.
Triple H and Orton on the same side once again was something I didn’t expect to see unless they’re in their 70s lol
Looks EPIC !!!!
This looks awesome
Bout time Taker appeared being interviewed on a dvd. Hope in the future when they do a big career doc/dvd on him he does the same as Triple H and others
I think a documentary set on Taker and Sting are so anticipated that they are inevitable as the sunrise.
It’s a shame WWE couldn’t get the WWF clearance in time for the new wave of documentaries they’ve released lately, starting with Edge’s documentary.
The Undertaker? Wow! Maybe he’ll choose to be interviewed more in the future.
I’d love to see that. The History of WWE would be perfect since he’s their longest active wrestler and a guy who’s been there for many different eras. HHH and Kane would be great interviews too as would JR, King, and the rest of The Mcmahons.
As far as Taker goes, it is totally up to him.