We can now reveal the official trailer for “The History of WWE: 50 Years of Sports Entertainment” which is November’s incoming DVD and Blu-ray release.
The trailer confirms three personalities so far who were interviewed for the documentary main feature of the set – The Undertaker, The Rock and Jerry Lawler.
The collection contains the 2 hour documentary on the history of the company and is complimented with a selection of moments and more than 10 matches.
You can pre-order your “History of WWE” DVD or Blu-ray for November 19th by clicking here. It follows on to the UK and Europe in December via WWEDVD.co.uk.
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One of the next articles here on the site will be a review of the MITB Anthology which was released earlier this week on DVD and Blu-ray. You can get your copy over on Amazon.com if you’re in the US. It follows to Europe and Australia in the next few weeks.
Two new video trailers for the release, named “Opportunity Knocks” and “Immortality Awaits”, have been uploaded to WWE’s YouTube channel and you can watch those below.
I feel like 2 hours is nowhere near enough time to do this justice. This could have easily been a 3 plus hour documentary
No doubt Lawler will be bleating on about the Rock/Hogan match for the millionth time. I think that’s the only match he can actually remember, the disinterested bastard.
King hack needs to get a new joke cuz this YouTube thing stopped being funny a long time ago. Change your material or stop commenting.on.every story with your hack bit about YouTube.
How come in the 50th trailer the wwf logo was blurred, I thought they do not do that anymore-is it because they are to lazy to change it.
They have to blur it in trailers and promotional material. Won’t be like that in the actual content.
AHHHH! Youtube! Must…not…watch…
Why not? It’s just YouTube. It won’t bite.
I can’t wait for the History of WWE Blu Ray to come out. I do wish the documentary had been 3 hours instead of 2 but oh well. Also have alot of the matches on here but the Punk/Cena makes up for that.