“Eric Bischoff – Sports Entertainment’s Most Controversial Figure” will officially release to stores across the United States exactly 2 weeks today — but why wait ’til then?!
Following the exclusive sneak peek video yesterday, WrestlingDVDNetwork.com can now give all of the WWE DVD collectors an early look at the finished packaging and its fancy artwork.
Get your copy of the very DVD pictured for $19.99 by clicking here to Amazon.com.
“Eric Bischoff – Sports Entertainment’s Most Controversial Figure” will be June’s big WWE Home Video release and it’s set to compile an in-depth documentary, several “deleted” scenes not in the main feature, on top of in excess of 40 extras that include all-new interview segments with “Eazy E”, career-spanning moments and matches, and his WWE Network appearances.
As you can see, the US version of the DVD will be housed in Digipak-style packaging that features fiery WCW Nitro-themed artwork. The full content of each disc can be found listed behind them.
Thanks goes out to WDN reader “JayJayRock206” for contributing to this post.
Arguably the most controversial figure to ever step foot in the industry, Eric Bischoff is responsible for some of the most revolutionary moments in sports-entertainment history.
From creating the nWo, to battling WWE as the figurehead of WCW during The Monday Night War, to being one of the most-hated personalities in both WCW and WWE, Eric Bischoff knew how to get under his rival’s skin while creating his own in your face brand of controversy.
Relive all of Eric Bischoff’s greatest moments and hear stories from the man himself and see why he was appropriately named “The King of Controversy”.
The complete runtime of the DVD will be approx. 7 hours and 11 minutes.
A Blu-ray edition will also be available with approx. 1 hour and 21 minutes more content.
– Full Content Revealed for WWE “Eric Bischoff – Most Controversial” DVD & Blu-ray…
Get your copy of the “Eric Bischoff – Most Controversial” DVD/Blu-ray…
– USA: June 7th. Get your pre-order in right now here on Amazon.com.
– UK/Europe: June 13th. Get your pre-order in right now here on Amazon.co.uk.
– Australia: June 22nd. Get your pre-order in right now over at Madman.com.au.
I noticed the back of the dvd had a photo of Bischoff with Hall & Nash…. but no Hollywood. Will this presentation avoid Hogan all together? Hogan was a huge part of the Bischoff era. I wonder how they will approach this (or they will even touch it at all).
I don’t think Hogan will be left out and will likely be mentioned I’m sure. Its probably the Benoit situation (pretty stupid i know since i think almost everyone has moved on and the Hogan situation is old news) where Hogan will not be shown or mentioned/advertised on covers and inserts but his footage will be left in.
Nice pictures but I will be passing on the set
It is because the set only to only having 4 matches on it, I mainly buy sets for the matches and only 4 matches on the set is not enough for me to buy it although I did expect it to happen though
You’re gonna pass on a set because of only 4 matches
Yup, I am more interested in matches than the documentary
You sir are a huge moron. You want matches? This isn’t a compilation of matches. It’s a documentary, with deleted stories, WWE Network shows, segments ranging from AWA, WCW & WWE, matches from WCW & WWE.
Why is someone a moron for prefering match compilations over documentaries?
Because Eric Bischoff wasn’t a “wrestler’s wrestler” he was an annoucer (AWA, WCW); President/Executive Vice President (WCW); General Manager (WWE). Easy E isn’t known for his matches, despite the fact that he’s had a few & was WCW Hardcore Champion. Bischoff is known for his antics as a non-wrestler. WWE has also made DVDs for non-wrestlers in the past such as Vince McMahon, Bobby Heenan, Paul Heyman, etc.
Somebody needs a Paxil & some damn manners.
Mind your own business
I agree – watching Eric Bischoff in the ring was like watching poetry in motion.
I was looking at it as the guy is passing on the set because its not on an actual wrestler but on a personality. If anyone is looking for three discs of Eric bischoff matches ( im sure he was never in that many) then yes that was a dumb comment
I’m not saying there’s a problem with match compilations or documentaries. Personally, I’m more of a documentary guy. I might dive into a compilation or 2. My issue was if you believe it was going to be lots of Eric Bischoff matches, than you are sadly mistaken.