Remember these WWE DVD surveys issued in the past couple of months?
– WWE Reveals Big List of Potential New DVD & Blu-Ray Titles – Plans for 2016?
– 15 New WWE DVDs Under Consideration – Shane O’Mac, NXT, Total Divas…
They revealed new WWE DVD and Blu-ray ideas potentially in the works for 2016.
Another “Fan Council” survey was issued by the company this week and it appears to indicate that they are still considering some of the major titles from those surveys including the likes of: Vince McMahon vs. Eric Bischoff, Shane McMahon, Dudley Boyz, The Best of 1996, The Best of NXT, ECW OMG! Moments, Hardcore Matches, and Unreleased Matches.
The newest survey also gauges fan interest in releasing the WWE Network podcast specials on Home Video and the “WrestleMania Rewind”, “Rivalries”, and “Countdown” Network shows. In addition to that, the following four new DVD/Blu-ray concepts were introduced:
WWE Greatest Rivalries: Tazz vs. Sabu
Tazz and Sabu – two of the biggest names in ECW history, had one of the hottest rivalries in ECW, both inside and outside the squared circle. These two did not exactly get along, but still had great chemistry inside the ring, that translated to some of the biggest matches and moments in ECW history. Now for the first time ever, listen to both of them discuss how it got to a boiling point… and discuss what worked, what didn’t work and why their rivalry was so successful.
Before the Attitude Era was able to gain huge popularity, a new generation of Superstars set the tone. Stars like Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Undertaker, Diesel and Razor Ramon were young, athletic, brash and ready to take over the world. Now hear from them, as they tell you what it took to bring the WWE out of the doldrums of the early 90s, into the greatest successful time period in WWE history.
The story behind the greatest, and most important event in WWE history. Now go behind the scenes, and get the stories from the people who were there as the largest event in WWE history unfolded.
True Story of Royal Rumble
A behind the scenes look at the event that sets the stage for WWE’s biggest stage at WrestleMania. Hear from the winners and losers, and the creator of the most intense match in WWE.
We now have confirmation that the documentary portion of “THE KLIQ RULES” will have a runtime of approximately 1 hour and 6 minutes when it lands next month.
As mentioned, the documentary is the main feature of the set and will be contained on Disc 1. Below is the planned layout of the full content, as shown on the packaging of the Blu-ray.
WWE will release “THE KLIQ RULES” DVD/Blu-ray to fans across the United States on July 28th. It will follow to Australia on August 5th and then UK/Europe on September 7th.
Click here to pre-order “THE KLIQ RULES” DVD/Blu-ray with Amazon.com.
Prices of “The American Dream – The Dusty Rhodes Story” have soared online since the passing of Dusty Rhodes last week. The DVD was originally released back in 2006.
As of writing, eBay listings for the DVD have reached $41.00. Amazon sellers have copies currently priced between $34.99 and $199.50, as you can see here on Amazon.com.
Speaking of eBay, here’s our top picks from all auctions expiring today and over the weekend. Find yourself some deals on more than 30 WWE DVDs and Blu-rays with the links below, including rare stuff like the Vengeance 2002 and Survivor Series 2001 DVDs!
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the one thing that bothers me personally is that almost all of those titles are “more of the same”. especially the mid 90s have been covered over and over before, but so has WrestleMania III.
if I could make a wish it would probably be another set of one of the other promotions besides WCW and ECW that they own the footage of. or at least more 70s and 80s footage from the WWF.
(hell, at this point I’d even love a set that collected the best matches from the “c-shows” live Velocity)
I’d definitely buy the True Story of Royal Rumble and New Generation sets. Not bothered about the others at all.
I don’t care for the Sabu vs Tazz rivalry or WrestleMania III stories/interviews. I do like the sound if The Royal Rumble story & New Generation Era concepts. I’m more interested in a Triple H vs The Rock rivalry set although the former will probably exaggerate some of the things he’ll say.
New Generation sounds good.
!when, not if! they release the true story bout the Royal Rumble, I pray for, that the 2008 match will be in its entire complete unedited version, also as a hymn for being the first ppv to be filmed in HD…and there for having its long deserved bluray release to come true.
and while they’re at it, they might just as well produce all HD filmed shows on the hot blue Meanie… I mean, blu media.. 😉
There’s not many there I’m not interested in. The New Generation one interests me greatly – there’s scope there for plenty of unreleased material. Of course the WM X Ladder Match falls into that category 😉
The True Story of the Royal Rumble could be an interesting one. There’s enough match action to spread over a couple of volumes as well or would they just stick to the actual Rumble matches?
Vince/Eric sounds good on paper but Eric HAS to be involved to make it any good
In two minds about the Shane DVD. His matches have been released on a lot of other DVDs but a documentary could be good. Again, he HAS to be involved though
A Dudleyz DVD would certainly interest me and there’s plenty of great matches that wouldn’t have been released yet and the same could be said about a Hardcore DVD
An Unreleased series definitely has potential and the match quality on an NXT DVD would be excellent
I don’t really understand the concept of the WM 3 DVD. Not really sure what more can be said about the event and it’s already had a special re-release
The True Story of Royal Rumble OMG!!! Must buy for me. It’s my favorite PPV of the year. I hope they will make it to Montreal one day…
The New Generation box set looks good too. It’s the time who I start to watch WWE each and every week. Some great moments in that time.
The only one of the Network-original series I’d like to see released on disc is the WrestleMania Series. Those were all excellently produced. As for the Greatest Rivalries series, the only way that concept will fully work is if the subject matter is on two people who had a real life rivalry. Like Bret & Shawn or Vince & Bischoff. Storyline rivalries don’t have the same impact to me that real life rivalries do. That’s what made the Bret vs Shawn set so unique and intriguing.
I’m intrigued by the Royal Rumble Story idea. I don’t know if it will be good but conceptually it sounds like it could be.
I have to say that the ‘KLIQ RULES’ Documentary Runtime seems rather short for 1hr & 6mins.
As for the ‘Greatest Rivlaries’ set, I would really like to see the dis-continued set of The Rock Vs Stone Cold Steve Austin which was one of the best.
Lastly, I would really love to see a Blu-Ray on the ‘True Story of Royal Rumble’, which includes several of the old WWE matches from the 90’s including the Bret Hart/Lex Luger win, the 94 – Yokozuna win, 95-HBK, 99-Vince McMahon & so on to other big wins & matches.
So you would rather see it released on Blu-ray only?
As long as the unreleased set includes TV taping dark matches, then it’s a win win for sure. I also hope they release a Bruno Sammartino DVD as well.
My all time favorite ppv of the year has always been the Royal Rumble…thus, I’m very exciting to learn more bout that possible project in the future.
I’m so glad to hear that the Hardcore matches, OMG vol. 3: ECW theme and the Shane McMahon concepts also seems to be active in planning.
Hope, WWE – in producing the OMG 3 set – takes a close look at Mark D’s fantastic Fantasy concept on that release. 😉
Would like to see the best of nxt, tazz vs sabu, Vince vs Eric, hardcore, and true story of the royal rumble blurays. Also be interested to see the dudley boyz doc and omg ecw countdown, and you can’t go wrong with an unreleased collection as long as it’s the right person. Don’t care to see the network shows on dvd. And what’s with the prices of the dusty DVD? The legendary man dies and people are scrambling to sell it like that? I still have mine and plan on watching it again after watching the special they did on the network. R.I.P American Dream
I can’t stand when people raise the prices of items because someone recently died. Profiting off of someone’s death is the a scumbag move.
eBay is a bidding site, so if people are bidding silly prices that’s their lookout.
Yeah but i’m talking the “Buy It Now” prices. They jack them up just so they can make a quick buck of of someone dieing.
Yeah, it’s pretty cynical that like.