WrestlingDVDNetwork.com proudly presents another week of exclusive WWE DVD content reveals: NXT WEEK!
And of course that means “NXT’s Greatest Matches Vol. 1” is the subject of our special reveal week this time around, during which you’ll be finding out new match content every day!
Six planned matches were confirmed for the 2016 DVD and Blu-ray set up to this point.
Let’s find out some more, right now…
— NXT Women’s Championship Finals
Paige vs. Emma
NXT • July 24, 2013
— NXT Women’s Championship Finals
Charlotte vs. Natalya
NXT Takeover • May 29, 2014
— Fatal Four-Way Match for the NXT Women’s Championship
Charlotte vs. Sasha Banks vs. Becky Lynch vs. Bayley
NXT Takeover: Rival • February 11, 2015
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Officially released tomorrow is the Hell in a Cell 2015 DVD!
That’s the next WWE DVD release on the way and drops tomorrow across the United States, following December 12th in Australia, and finally January 4th in UK/Europe.
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Fast forward to this time next month and Survivor Series 2015 will be out on DVD! It hits the United States on December 22nd, Australia on January 6th, and UK/Europe on January 25th.
In the UK the event will also be made available on Blu-ray format.
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hope to see both the tournament finals of both the nxt championship and nxt tag team championship added along with the feud that made nxt THE show to watch, Sami zayn vs cesaro
My only issue is, are the three matches you’ve revealed here all going to be on the DVD version? I’ll be buying the DVD version and I just don’t want to be disappointed if you really say that Natalya/Charlotte match is only on the BluRay! Some specification as to what is a BluRay exclusive on the day-by-day reveals would be good, but I’ve been burned by this before, lol.
That’s part of the fun! You’ll know for sure at the end of NXT Week where everything ends up
Lol, I guess your right. Bet the very best matches end up as Bluray exclusives though!
It’s almost 2016. Blu-Ray players are so inexpensive now. I’d say upgrade and get all the matches announced regardless of format.
It’s 2015/2016, get a BD player already. You’re hindering the progression of technology/media. Thx
Ha, best comment in a little while.
A little blunt I know, but if more people bought the blu-rays maybe they’d release more PPVs in HD in that form. Don’t know why people don’t want stuff in top form. Even if you have an old TV, why not plan for the future?
This NXT blu-ray gets better every time. Now it’s basically a 2-in-1 blu-ray, as it’s pretty much also a “History Of The NXT Women’s Championship” release. Every NXT Women’s title change is included, granted there’s only been 4 champions, but still. Can’t wait for the rest of the listing.
and what would you define a “blu-ray mark”, someone who prefers a superior format rather than one nearly 20 years old? I am actually surprised, almost 2016 and people are still buying DVDs over Blu-rays and then complain how BD get exclusive features DVDs don’t. Reminds me when people complain how the quality of their next gen and even previous generation game consoles don’t look good on their ancient SD televisions.
David, don’t even bother responding. RCS1988 has been turning into a troll lately. Every time someone mentions blu-ray, RCS has to crap on them or make some off handed comment about blu-rays.
Blu-ray marks are people that prefer Blu-ray for everything including stuff they taped on TV that isn’t HD in Blu-ray format. There are people on a forum that do this all the time. For example, someone was looking for the entire 1987 season of WWF Superstars in the best quality possible in Blu-ray format. I don’t consider myself a troll. If Blu-ray is your preference, by all means, but don’t act like this is only being released on Blu-ray. I think Disney only releases their stuff on Blu-ray & digital and not regular DVD.
Agreed. Can’t understand people shitting on blu ray. The players are cheap as hell now.
thanks for being part of the reason we don’t get all the PPVs released in HD. tard VHS mark
There are a lot of people that buy DVD’s over Blu-ray versions, not just me. WWE has been filmed in HD since 2008, so even on a regular DVD it’s in HD, but you just can’t see it.
“WWE has been filmed in HD since 2008, so even on a regular DVD it’s in HD, but you just can’t see it.” EXACTLY! Which is why a lot of people prefer it on blu-ray so it can be viewed as it was meant to be, in HD. Thanks for helping me make my point.
Yeah he made your point. It was 7 years ago for gods sake. Blu ray players are cheap now.
Not everyone does. I still have stuff on VHS. I don’t need to see the HD quality. I know people that converted stuff they taped off the TV in the 80’s and used some skills to make the quality HD quality on Blu-ray.
Really? Are these people called magicians? Because there’s no way to transfer any tapes with recorded tv shows to HD. I don’t care what equipment you use. It’s impossible. Can those gapes be transfered to blu-ray? Of course. Will they be in HD? Absolutely not. The technology to do that just isn’t there.
*tapes not gapes