Exclusive: Photos of WWE ‘It’s Good To Be The King: The Jerry Lawler Story’ DVD

May 13, 2015 by Daniel Bee

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Just 6 DAYS to go ’til the Jerry Lawler DVD hits stores!

We reviewed it yesterday and now can give you an exclusive first look at the Lawler WWE DVD in the flesh, ahead of the release to the United States this coming Tuesday.

Get your copy pre-ordered in time for then – only $20.24 here on Amazon.com.

WWE Jerry Lawler: It's Good To Be The King DVD - Photos

A heads up to fans across the pond in the UK and Europe, the Lawler WWE DVD/Blu-ray set will be officially released less than 1 week later via WWEDVD.co.uk.

“It’s Good To Be The King: The Jerry Lawler Story” packs in a documentary main feature and a plethora of DVD extras along with it – that’s a collection of matches and segments from The King’s storied career, running all the way back to Memphis Wrestling.

Thanks goes out to WDN reader “JayJayRock206” for passing along the photos.

WWE Jerry Lawler: It's Good To Be The King DVD - Photos


Before Jerry “The King” Lawler became one of the signature voices of WWE he was one of the greatest competitors in all of sports entertainment.

For the first time ever, get a glimpse into The King’s illustrious career as he gives insight into all of his most memorable matches and moments. From his early days performing in Memphis to his legendary feud with comedy icon Andy Kaufman, to his arrival in WWE, this set is a must-have for any fan of sports entertainment.

With a successful career spanning over four decades, it’s easy to see that it’s good to be The King.

WWE Jerry Lawler: It's Good To Be The King DVD - Photos

WWE Jerry Lawler: It's Good To Be The King DVD - Photos

WWE Jerry Lawler: It's Good To Be The King DVD - Photos

Runtimes (Approx.)

Disc 1: 1 hour and 25 minutes.

Disc 2: 2 hours and 43 minutes.

Disc 3: 2 hours and 56 minutes.

(Almost 1 hour and 30 minutes of extras will feature on the Blu-ray).
Full Content of WWE “It’s Good To Be The King” DVD & Blu-ray…


WWE Jerry Lawler: It's Good To Be The King DVD - Photos

WWE Jerry Lawler: It's Good To Be The King DVD - Photos


Get your copy of “It’s Good To Be The King” on DVD/Blu-ray…

WWE Jerry Lawler: It's Good To Be The King DVD - Photos

USA: Next Tuesday! Pre-order it now here on Amazon.com.

UK/Europe: May 25th. Pre-order it now from WWEDVD.co.uk.

Australia: June 3rd. Pre-order it now via WWEDVD.com.au.

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  1. Shane C. Montgomery says:

    I wonder, if WWE stopped making DVDs and went exclusively with BR, would stores like Walmart and Kmart carry those BR or would they just not carry any WWE releases?

  2. Shane C. Montgomery says:

    Blu-Ray seems like a more logical choice here. More content, less waste. Too bad it’s almost impossible to find WWE blu-rays at the major retailers. But, I am looking forward to this release.

  3. Mike Johnson says:


    • Daniel Bee says:

      Chill or be banned.

      Disc 1 is that length of time – fact, nothing to argue over – and that’s all he “bashed”.

      • motorhead says:

        Chill or be banned? Really? The guy got carried away, yes, but threatening with the death penalty is a bit stiff, no?

        • isrs4life says:

          I hope blu ray comes to an end like hd dvd did back in the late 2000’s
          God DVD was just like blu ray when it first came out and still some of the
          same but less the only people that can have blu ray is people who have hd
          I think it will go away to be honest I think blu ray is made by dvd to.

          • attitude.era.4life says:

            just to clear up: HD dvd came to an end because of the higher quality on Bluray…and not because of standard DVD.

            I hope, that, -if- it comes down to only 1 physical media to choose from over subscribing to and paying forever and ever to streaming services, then that media will be bluray, since especially with HD filmed material it is horrible to watch that on SD media..and there is much more space to fill with goodies..

            Many releases even contain favorites of mine on those particulare releases, that are bluray exclusives, e.g. the 2 matches on ECW unreleased vol. 1, the Punjabi prison match on Batista’s, etc.

          • Foley is Good says:

            Can’t understand the hate for Blu ray. Considering all WWE content 2008 till now is HD why wouldn’t you want blu ray. Basic blu ray players are cheap now so I don’t get the complaining. I did buy WWE 50 on DVD because I found it for way cheaper than Blu ray and I already had the Undertaker vs Shawn Michaels on Blu ray and I didn’t give a crap about Big Show vs Mayweather.

    • attitude.era.4life says:

      sure, you’re LOUD enough!?!

      I’m not really bashing the content, as I have not seen it, for obvious reasons.. what I really am bashing, to use your words, is the empty space on a dvd disc that could be filled with content, that Joe talked bout in his review, which then could ad to make the documentary on one of wrestling’s fine characters even more interesting, than it appears to be.

      But yes, sure.. I would not know 100 % untill I really saw it.. although, experience from previous releases, + the great reviews I enjoy reading from the team in here, that are very close to how I experience the releases myself, are enough “evidence” for me, to conclude, that there IS indeed empty space on this release, that could have been filled.

      • motorhead says:

        I’m with you. I’ve been saying for some time that WWE just needs to drop the 3-discs and do 2-disc on both formats. They still get the same amount of time. Everything on this DVD would have fit on 2 discs. I just don’t see the need anymore. That way, if the DVD were 2 discs, you’d look at the Blu-ray and say, “Well, they’re both 2-discs, but this one HAS A LOT MORE ON IT.” There are those who believe that the 3-discs is better than 2, like the people who thought the black bars on widescreen movies cost them part of the movie when it was actually the other way around. 3-discs are just not needed anymore. Period. I’m with you. It’s a waste. Think how much WWE would save by eliminating one disc for every release. The stuff adds up. Hell, they wouldn’t even need to drop the price.

      • Mark D says:

        Can I bash the documentary?

        • attitude.era.4life says:

          with all the bashing -this- and bashing -that-, wwe better resurrect the GAB and Bash at the Beach events.. 😉

  4. attitude.era.4life says:

    Disc 1: 1 hour 25 minutes!!! This has got to be the worst example of waste of dvd space since Rock vs. Cena DVD, disc 1.

    1 hour more would not do any damage to the quality of pict and sound.

    And that way, the missing parts in the documentary, that Joe Israel talked bout, would be integrated.

    Another example of why bluray is much better than dvd, imo..

  5. John Peterson says:

    Really nice looking set.Can’t wait to check this out.

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