Photos of WWE Bret Hart: The Dungeon Collection 3-Disc DVD Revealed

February 15, 2013 by Daniel Bee

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Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com has revealed first look photos of Bret Hart: The Dungeon Collection DVD.

WWE releases it on DVD and Blu-ray formats on March 5th to the United States, and it’s available to pre-order now from $19.99 at Amazon.com and WWEShop.com.

WWE Bret Hart Dungeon Collection DVD

WWE Bret Hart Dungeon Collection DVD

WWE Bret HartFor nearly 30 years, Bret “Hit Man” Hart travelled the globe proving he was “The Best There Is, The Best There Was, and the Best There Ever Will Be”. From his roots in his family’s own Stampede Wrestling, to the bright lights of WWE, WCW, and his watershed return to the ring in 2010, no Superstar could match his unmistakable presence in the ring. Known as the “Excellence of Execution”, he is widely regarded as the greatest technical wrestler of all time, evidenced by multiple reigns with the Tag Team, Intercontinental, WWE and World Heavyweight Championships.

Now in this collection, compiled by the Hit Man himself, fans can experience Bret Hart’s best matches never-before-released on DVD. Bret takes the viewer behind each match in a brand new, revealing interview detailing the inside stories surrounding these rare matches. Over 8 hours of in-ring action is presented, including classics from the Stampede Wrestling vault as well as vintage WWE bouts against the top stars of the 80s and 90s.

   

WWE Bret Hart Dungeon Collection DVD

WWE Bret Hart Dungeon Collection DVD

WWE Bret Hart Dungeon Collection DVD

Click here to pre-order your copy for March 5th in the United States.

Bret Hart: The Dungeon Collection will hit Australia on DVD & Blu-ray in early April over at WWEDVD.com.au, and then to UK and Europe in May at WWEDVD.co.uk.

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  1. Sledge Hammer 1999 says:

    Got mine this past weekend, kind of ehhh about watching it. Let’s see what he says about Triple H this time?

  2. Shane C. Montgomery says:

    Been waiting a long time for another release of my all time favorite superstar. I can’t wait much longer, hurry up already March 5th!

  3. Shane C. Montgomery says:

    If we could have the Blu Ray discs in the tri-fold DVD Case with all it’s artwork, I’d be happy. Blu Ray packing just comes up short, but the audio and video are so much better. Maybe someday they will release better packing for Blu Rays and we can have the best of both medias. Almost ashamed to admit this but I did purchase the DVD and Blu Ray copies of “NWO” this past October just to have the best of both. Can’t afford to do that very often.

  4. Nick says:

    I say get rid of dvds, keep digipak and put 3 blu ray discs in there. I think dvd is holding back putting more content on blu rays.

    We want more content dont we?

    • Daniel Bee says:

      I see where you are coming from (and I’d choose Blu-ray over DVD every time) but as far as I’m aware DVD still outsells Blu-ray for the most part, and “DVD” is the household name the casual movie buyer is still content with. I completely agree DVD is old technology and when thinking about how many years DVD has been around it’s surprising it’s lasting, but at the same time I gotta disagree when people say the DVD to Blu-ray jump is like the VHS to DVD jump. Quite the difference in my opinion. The two can coexist and are.

      Now, physical media to streaming. There’s the one to think about.

      • The Top Rope says:

        Anyone that says VHS to DVD is like DVD to Blu-ray are fools. Blu-ray will not become as popular as DVD as there are more things that you can and do own on DVD compared to Blu-ray. In other words there are too many things out there that are only available on DVD. Blu-ray will not have time to become as popular as DVDs because in another 3 or so years downloads will be the only way to purchase optical media.

      • Marty says:

        Agreed, Daniel, but I’m not that surprised DVD is still around. VHS began mainstream in the US around 1978 or so. They stopped in 2005. That’s roughly 27 years. DVDs became mainstream in the US in 1997. We’re only (comparatively) 16 years later from that, for something that you can still do more with. It doesn’t shock me that it’s still around, especially since Blu-ray isn’t the drastic upgrade from DVD that DVD was from VHS (as others have already point out). It’s probably got 3-5 years or so for sure, but it all depends if digital downloads really do become as mainstream as many are predicting.

    • The Top Rope says:

      So what’s your idea of more content? More pointless segments from Raw or Smackdown? Hardly exclusive stuff is it?

  5. theraven361 says:

    i will never get why people complain about wat a dvd cover some people are just so high strung and then they still complain about the matches i mean really is there nothing a iwc person wont complain about when it comes to wrestling dvds or wrestling in general

  6. Disc says:

    That’s why WWE dvd news always preview what the 3 dvd set looks like because they look much better than those cheap looking blu-ray cases which contain no inside artwork at all

  7. The Top Rope says:

    The stand alone ppv’s are worth getting on blu-ray as it is actually HD footage from 2008 onwards but these special 3 discs digipaks which contain older footage i would rather get on dvd. As a huge collector i think artwork is just as important! But each to their own!

  8. The Top Rope says:

    Once again the 3 dvd digipaks prove that they are best for artwork which is a big part of how you collection looks. Blu-ray 2 dics cases really suck! These kind of releases aren’t in HD anyway so this is gonna be another dvd pick up for me with this title!

  9. alvaro says:

    I did some research and found out that the upcoming best of in your house aint worth it. most of the matches end up in DQ. and the final four match and the canadian stampede match are too long and boring. good think i did the research save me 25 dollars

  10. Big Greg says:

    @RCS1988 What was the Easter egg on the Attitude Era?

  11. RCS1988 says:

    I wonder if there will be easter eggs in this collection. The attitude era set had an easter egg.

  12. Lawrence says:

    Sadly, it appears placing the match listing behind each disc is becoming a trend. If you are looking for a specific match, you have to pop out each disc to read the full listing.
    Hopefully they correct this and put the match listing on the inside cover where it is better suited.

  13. Ryan says:

    Is there no match listing on the inside cover? Or am I just not seeing it for some reason.

  14. wrestlingfan says:

    Another great stampede wrestler the dynamite kid is having a documentary released by highspots.com here. He had a major influence on all of the stampede wrestlers including Bret Hart.
    http://www.highspots.com/Preorders/dynamite-kid-doc.html

  15. Anonymous says:

    Interior art looks great. Then again, I don’t the Hart family has had a set yet that didn’t look great.

  16. stub says:

    Cover looks cool,can’t wait to get hold of this,one of many sets I’m looking forward to this year.

  17. Marco says:

    I hate the cover, rest looks cool.

  18. SteelEdge says:

    More great artwork. It’s always the problem these days, especially on sets with no matches filmed in HD, get the DVD for the cool artwork or the Bluray for the bonus matches?

    • David says:

      Getting the Blu-ray version with more footage is a no brainer. Don’t get why people buy DVDs just for artwork.

      I remember i saw pics of someone buying 5 different copies of the Rey Mysterio Greatest Little Man because it came in different color covers…what a waste.

      • Daniel Bee says:

        Guilty – as – charged.

        But in my defense, over the years I’ve pretty much based my WWE DVD collecting on rarities and special editions as the backbone of what I have. Just is another fun take on collecting. I thought the different Rey sets were cool because the colour was not only different on the front, but on the inside artwork, discs, and back cover too which surprised me and was a nice touch. Nothing to do with what you actually watch of course but presentation is important too.

  19. John says:

    Looks great!

  20. J says:

    Looks Really Awesome
    SICK ARTWORK on the dvd

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