The History of WWE – 50 Years of Sports Entertainment hits stores across the United States on DVD and Blu-ray formats in just 10 days!
It’s time to wet your appetite some more in the run up to the release, as we exclusively show you two new preview videos of the documentary and a few screenshots too.
Each of these clips and previews are centered around Vince McMahon, whether that is Vince’s business savvy of turning WWE into an all encompassing entertainment brand with various lines of merchandise, or his ability to build the next top star in wrestling.
Want to see more? You can pre-order your “History of WWE” DVD or Blu-ray for November 19th by clicking here. It follows to the UK and Europe on December 2nd via WWEDVD.co.uk.
The documentary treats you to a new segment of Vince McMahon arriving to WWE HQ!
Rick Achberger, better known as “WWE Sign Guy”, was interviewed for the feature too! Occasional comments from Rick are shown both in the documentary and Blu-ray exclusives.
Wow! I looked crazed! “@_MarkD_: @RickWWESignGuy Makes it to a WWE DVD! #TheHistoryofWWE pic.twitter.com/sW2oQ8qbv0”
— Rick Achberger (@RickWWESignGuy) November 9, 2013
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Would have been better if the doc. was 3 hours! But, still looking forward to it nonetheless! Was wondering when WWE Sign Guy was going to make it to a dvd release?
WOWZERS. Previews have sold me.
I agree with Nick about the fact this documentary should be 3 hours. I am looking forward to it anyway though.
WOW!!! These previews are awesome. One more week to wait before viewing that documentary!!! Can’t wait!!!!
This has a True Story of Wrestlemania feel to it where they gloss over important things really quick. The doc really should have been 3 hours.
I really want this DVD.. Only bought a few this year.. Rumble, Mania, Summerslam, HHH, and the IYH set..
This is gonna be one sick epic dvd seriously
I’m surprised they did not interview the fan at the Wrestlemanias and the MSG shows. The fan known as Vladimir.
All of those toys in the first video brings back so many memories lol. It would have been cool if some of the Blu-ray exclusives were the toy commercials!
I think this documentary could be shocker to be the best documentary of the year. Not hard to beat though, terrible year for WWE doc’s. Only one I enjoyed was Foley. HHH was a major letdown.