Tomorrow, Royal Rumble 2014 releases on DVD and Blu-ray!
Below is the official trailer. This comes courtesy of WWEDVD.co.uk who will be releasing the Royal Rumble 2014 DVD/Blu-ray to fans in the UK and Europe this April.
Early word from those who found early copies of the DVD is that the crowd reactions are not noticeably edited and certainly not heavily edited as many would have predicted. One edit that is confirmed is Kane can no longer be seen too early, during JBL’s intro.
Earlier this month the news came out of WWE possibly releasing a new Batista DVD this year. You may recall Dave Bautista himself posted up photos hinting at the project, like the one shown below with a WWE camera crew.
We can now confirm that it is indeed going ahead and will be released on Tuesday, June 10th. Both DVD and Blu-ray editions are planned for the set.
As mentioned previously, the 1970’s AWA movie “The Wrestler” was re-released on DVD this month. That’s in stock here on Amazon.com for only $9.95.
With thanks to WDN reader Derek Stubinski, here’s a first look at the DVD in the flesh.
During last night’s pay-per-view event, it was mentioned that the WWE Network will have available “50 documentaries from WWE Home Video”. By our count there are at least 60 of the documentaries in existence that they could choose from.
The Network launched today and at the time of writing the DVD/Blu-ray documentaries are not there to watch. The first “Beyond the Ring” program is however the Greatest Rivalries: Shawn vs. Bret sit-down interview.
A note of interest regarding WrestleMania 17 on the Network is that the Limp Bizkit “My Way” theme song is intact. Back when the event was re-released in the WrestleMania Anthology box set the track was not kept on there and was instead dubbed over with generic music.
If you’re after a physical copy of the original print WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD, there’s one up for grabs here on eBay.com today with a current bid of $39.00.