New Shots of WWE Mick Foley “For All Mankind” DVD & Blu-Ray Cover Art

February 23, 2013 by Daniel Bee

WWE Mick Foley For All Mankind DVD

We can now release some new shots of the “For All Mankind – Life and Career of Mick Foley” DVD and Blu-ray cover artwork, which was first revealed earlier this week.

This 3-Disc DVD and 2-Disc Blu-ray hits stores on April 16th [Pre-order now].

WWE Mick Foley For All Mankind DVD Cover

WWE Dude Love Mick Foley Mick Foley broke into sports-entertainment in 1983, shortly after a fateful trip to see his idol Jimmy “Superfly” Snuka inspired him to pursue his dream. Now- 30 years, 3 personas, 3 WWE Championships, multiple New York Times best sellers and countless bumps and cheap pops later, WWE brings his comprehensive story to home entertainment for the first time ever!

Friends, family, peers and the Hardcore Legend himself detail his story from being Mrs. Foley’s baby boy in Long Island, New York to becoming an international Superstar, philanthropist and author. Get inside commentary on his brutal matches in ECW and Japan, struggles in WCW, his notorious Hell in a Cell matches, and the fascinating evolution in WWE as Cactus Jack, Mankind, Dude Love, and all the unparalleled success in between. Plus, take home bonus matches and moments spanning his entire career.

Full Match Listing for Mick Foley “For All Mankind” DVD & Blu-ray


WWE Mick Foley For All Mankind Blu-ray Cover

Click here to pre-order your copy for April 16th in the United States.

“For All Mankind” will also be released in April to the UK and Europe over at, and it follows on to Shock Australia’s website early the next month.

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  1. Shane C. Montgomery says:

    The Mankind painting in the back is cool, very nice cover. This should be a good one.

  2. Brad Attitude says:

    so where’s the inside artwork?

  3. ALK says:

    Not a “Blu” disc tale then? XD

  4. machmanfansince85 says:

    i wonder how much discussion there will be about Mick in TNA, wwe seems to gloss over this part of careers in WWE documentaries.

  5. wrestlingfan says:

    I love how his three wwe books are under the lamp on the table, very nice touch… Great guy I met him and he was really cool…

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