Photos: Complete UK WWF DVD Releases (1999-2002) + US Exclusives

October 25, 2010 by Daniel Bee

After seeing some discussion on WWEDVDNews lately about how many of the out of production WWF DVDs people have in their collections, I thought I’d share some quick photos of the complete collection.

These are the Silver Vision editions, in addition to the titles that were not released in the UK – That Damn Good, Just Bring It (2 Disc) and the MTV Tough Enough DVDs.

As you probably know the later 2002 releases had the WWE logo on the box art but contained WWF references in their content. Everything pictured here was “deleted” following the court battle with the World Wildlife Fund. Silver Vision brought a lot of them back as Tagged Classics re-releases in recent years (surprisingly unedited) which you can view over here.

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  1. THOMAS says:

    Which is your number 1 favourite WWF event in your collection of all time?

  2. THOMAS says:

    @Mikey, I think WrestleMania 2000 {16} is really the difficult two dvd set to find to buy under the WWF logo {Silver Vision logo}

  3. THOMAS says:

    @Mikey, thank you, it took me time to buy the WWF dvds {under the WWF logo – Silver Vision!}, hopefully I will get the events that I missed out on dvd, some of them were cheap & were not cheap, thank you for the three websites where I can buy the WWF events {under the WWF logo – Silver Vision}, very much appreciated.

  4. THOMAS says:

    I am wondering where I would be able to get the official WWF SummerSlam 1999, WWF Royal Rumble 2000, WWF WrestleMania 16 {2000}, WWF SummerSlam 2000, WWF King Of The Ring 2000, WWF BackLash 2001, WWF King Of The Ring 2001, WWF Best Of RAW Vol 1 & 2, WWF Judgment Day 2001, WWF No Way Out 2002 & WWF Royal Rumble 2002 events under the Silver Vision logo

  5. aidil says:

    i want the book .. 🙂

  6. mikey says:

    to the guy below, i’ve got every ppv under the wwf logo all silvervision, it took me around 6 months to get them and i used ebay, amazon and the shop called CEX, and i got them all pretty cheap too

  7. Thomas says:

    Where would I get WrestleMania 16, WWF Unforgiven 2001, No Mercy 2001, Vengeance 2001, BackLash 2002, SummerSlam 2001, WrestleMania X8 under the WWF name with the logo of Silver Vision on the dvds

  8. Jörg says:

    Action and Hardcore will be TC!!!

    I´ve 23 of them on DVD…and some on VHS about 5 or 6 (not sure)

  9. Tom says:

    I have started collecting the WWF dvds after buying wm x7 for 8 pounds, i now need only 13 to complete the ppvs and then will move onto buying the other ones like hell yeah and action etc. Great part of wwf history

  10. P-Tay says:

    Hi
    Glad to see you have the two disk limited edition US version of The Rock – Just Bring It. Thats not an easy dvd to come by

  11. Daniel Bee says:

    Can’t see them re-releasing the likes of Lita, Hardy Boyz, Divas Hedonism/Tropical, Action, Best of 2001, Before Superstars, Hardcore.

    It probably would be good business to re-release the Austin and Rock titles. From what I understand WWE get the final say so.

  12. Jim McKeating says:

    So, which of these haven’t been or are unlikely to re-published as Tagged Classics? Just curious so I know I should pick them up if I see them cheap?

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