“The Monday Night War Vol. 1: Shots Fired” is the next WWE DVD release on the way, officially in stores across the United States 2 weeks tomorrow!
Pre-order the 4-DISC DVD set in time for then – only $20.63 here on Amazon.com.
Today, WrestlingDVDNews.com gives you an exclusive first look before it hits the shelves…
“The Monday Night War Vol. 1: Shots Fired” packs in the first 10 episodes of the recent WWE Network series, in addition to a Home Video exclusive interview with Sting and Triple H, who give their analysis of every episode featured immediately following each one.
The Blu-ray edition includes all of that, plus a selection of matches and moments on top.
A special thanks goes out to WDN reader “JayJayRock206” for sending in the pics.
“In the midst of chaos, there is also opportunity.” – Sun Tzu, The Art of War
Experience The Monday Night War like never before through the eyes of the WWE Superstars and personalities who lived it. The Monday Night War Volume 1: Shots Fired takes you onto the battlefield and back to the frontline with key moments, and matches from both WWE and WCW.
This set features the first ten episodes from the critically-acclaimed WWE Network series and contains sit-down interviews with Eric Bischoff, Vince McMahon, Ted Turner, The Rock, Hulk Hogan, Mick Foley, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H, Diamond Dallas Page, Goldberg, Ric Flair and more!
The battle for sports-entertainment supremacy starts here!
Despite the back of the packaging stating the runtime of the DVD set to be approximately 7 hours, it is in fact just short of 10 and a half hours.
Disc 1: 2 hours and 7 minutes.
Disc 2: 2 hours and 6 minutes.
Disc 3: 3 hours and 8 minutes.
Disc 4: 2 hours and 59 minutes.
(Blu-ray extras up the runtime to approx. 11 hours and 30 minutes).
– Full Content of WWE “Monday Night War Vol 1: Shots Fired” DVD & Blu-ray…
– Australia: July 3rd. Pre-order a copy now via WWEDVD.com.au.
– USA: July 7th. Pre-order yours now here on Amazon.com.
– UK/Europe: August 10th. Pre-order it soon from WWEDVD.co.uk.
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Do you know if Sting & Triple H are interviewed together or separately?
Just checked out some pictures from the DX tank episode of Raw. They compiled the image using a few different shots of the DX guys in the tank! There’s a pic with Road Dogg holding the gun up, and it also has that same X-Pac in it. However, Pac is moved to the left and the Triple H image is from a different source image (only a close-up exists on WWE.com). Pretty cool how they put it together.
So what are the matches?!?!?
The full content is linked to within this very article. Here’s the link again:
Can’t wait for that! I don’t have the WWE Network (Cogeco Cable in Province of Quebec don’t offer it…). I loved the first DVD on the Monday Night War 13 years ago. I think it’s was my very first non-PPV DVD I bought at that time. I watched it too many times!
Sorry is not 13 years ago, but 11 years. That’s go out in 2004…
This DVD/Blu-Ray release almost feels like it belongs on another website: http://www.TVShowsOnDVD.com/
Why? Because there’s very little matches/segments on the BR exclusives!
I like the edit job on the DX picture. They replaced Chyna with Shawn Michaels. Shawn wasn’t a part of DX during that time frame and I guess Chyna isn’t one of WWE’s favorite people right now, so she had to go.
well.history has way too often shown, that there’s realism and perception of what has taken place…but above that, there’s the WWE-realism and perception of what has taken place. -lol-
Very true. They do have a long track record of rewriting history.
…all in the name of “Good clean Entertainment you can trust”!
imo, always been WWE’s biggest strenght…and weakness:
drawing a thin line between scripted story lines and real-realism influences, and especially how to handle these lines, when they tend to be almost invisible for them selfs.
WWE and Sun Tzu!?! naaaah, I don’t think so. -lol-
“…contains sit-down interviews with Eric Bischoff, Vince McMahon, Ted Turner…” – from archives material, should be noted.
Might get this when price drops, and I’m waiting to see what happens when vol. 2 will be officialy presented..I suspect, there will be a special complete collection of these 2 volumes with even more extras in a Hollywood style…cos I’m not that much blown away from the special features as of now.