Photos of WWE nWo: The Revolution DVD – Released Today!

November 6, 2012 by Daniel Bee

nWo: The Revolution hits stores today on DVD and Blu-ray. Here’s a look at the artwork on the 3-Disc DVD version, with special thanks to Cesar Albino.

 

nWo The Revolution WWE DVD

nWo The Revolution WWE DVD

In the 1990s, one revolutionary movement, symbolized by three letters and forged by notorious rebels, painted the industry black & white.

This BRAND NEW, never-before-seen documentary reveals the “too sweet” saga of the n.W.o.! Hear from members who were in it 4-Life, as well as stars who witnessed it up close and personal. From the hostile takeover of WCW, to the stunning defections, internal struggles and shocking resurgence in WWE, the complete story of the New World Order is finally told.

nWo The Revolution WWE DVD

nWo The Revolution WWE DVD

nWo The Revolution WWE DVD

nWo The Revolution WWE DVD

nWo The Revolution WWE DVD

nWo: The Revolution is released today across the United States and you can grab your copy (DVD $16.99, Blu-ray $19.99) by clicking here.

Fans in UK and Europe – get it next week when buying now at Silvervision.co.uk.

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  1. compound at the time of the attack.

  2. Got the DVD at RAW in the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey for $20

  3. Anonymous says:

    I prefer the UK packaging to this one.

  4. Harry Faversham says:

    Hello wrestling fans. Here’s another hot item Gorilla Monsoon style. I have a question that maybe someone could answer. Are there any easter eggs on this set? I have heard that there is one on the blu ray Disc one. I have no idea what it is, or if that’s even true. But if anyone knows anything about that or whehter the extra vignettes are on the UK version then I’d be grateful for the info. Cheers. WWEDVDNews doesn’t have to take a backseat to anybody.

    • Mark D says:

      There certainly is an Easter Egg on nWo: The Revolution, it features the Big Show giving his rather explicit (but bleeped) views on the New World Order. You can access it from Disc 1 with 2 right clicks from the Extra “Hollywood Hulk Hogan confronts Rowdy Roddy Piper” on both the DVD and Blu-ray.

      I can’t confirm that the ‘unlisted’ blu-ray extras are on the Silver Vision version, however they certainly are on the US Blu-ray. Hope that helps 🙂

      • Harry Faversham says:

        Thank you sir. I think it should be out in the UK sometime in the week. 5 days according to the website. I think there is a Curt Hennig vignette on there which I’d really like to have, so I hope its on there. Been re-watching the Best of Ntro and Back in Black in the meantime. Interesting that Back in Black gave 40 mins each to the WCW and WWE incarnations. The new one might be a better reflection of things in that sense, even if it is quite short.

  5. charles says:

    wolfpac: 3 minutes
    nwo 2000: 30 secs

  6. rohfan81 says:

    total letdown

  7. Best in the World says:

    I like this dvd and still am nWo 4 life and I thought it was great brining in Dennis Rodman, Karl Malone, and even Jay Leno but I wish they talked more about nWo 2000.

  8. Anonymous says:

    The running time for the blu-ray version is 8 hours 38 minutes. That could easily fit on a 3 disc DVD set, so why is the DVD running time only 6 hours 50 minutes?

    • The Top Rope says:

      Because they always add at least an hour more of extras on their blu-ray releases.

    • The Top Rope says:

      I think people might opt for the dvd version of this release just for the art work alone with the nWo letters on each disc. That’s not gonna be on the blu-ray set with only 2 discs!

  9. Anonymous says:

    When is nWo revolution coming to Canada? I have looked in a few stores and didn’t find it.

    Thanks

  10. Jeff Copeland says:

    yea i agree who cares really wats on the damm dvd jesus u got youtube u can pretty much find anything from that era and knowing now wwe is with these dvds they all ways leave something out then people get bitchy and go on the internet and bitch about wats on it why this is on why not this bla lb a bla as the miz would say REALLY REALLY REALLY ??? get over it its a dvd who cares

  11. wrestlingfan says:

    watched the documentary so far and it was well done

  12. Steven says:

    One match they should’ve put in the set instead of Sting vs The Giant is Spring Stampede 1998 Macho Man vs Sting because that was a classic match.

  13. Steven says:

    At the Wal-Mart I bought mine at had it on both DVD and Blu-Ray but sold out of Halo 4. Being the huge nWo fan I am going to watch it tomorrow got some things to do today but anyways my feeling is it will be either DVD of the year or in the top 10.

  14. Bill Jones says:

    Bought this today and it’s the best DVD of the suck that CM Sucks and WCW.

  15. John says:

    The artwork is great! I wish it was on the blu-ray! 🙁

    • Bill says:

      Agree, I hate Blu Ray Artwork and Cases so much….Why can’t they just use the same case for both of them? I mean the discs are the same size, its just one fewer disc on Blu Ray

  16. Jose says:

    who was the Bounty Hunter anyway?

  17. Anonymous says:

    Can somebody tell me what the significance of Syxx vs. the Bounty Hunter is?

    • Bollea's Bud says:

      You got an Internet connection. Search youtube, dude. It’s there.

    • Jason H says:

      It’s important because it shows how when the nWo started, WCW wouldn’t let them wrestle on their Saturday Night show (storyline), so they had to buy air time on Saturday Night and wrestle in empty arenas with their own refs and cameramen (Hall and Nash also did their own announcing for those matches). So it’s important to show that early part of the gimmick that a lot of people may have forgotten about. This particular match has some very entertaining commentary from Hall and Nash, which is probably the main reason why they picked this one.

    • Anonymous says:

      It’s to showcase NWO Saturday Night. Take your pick on the jobber, because it went on for a couple of months. It shows how NWO made a mockery of wrestling, and used messed up camera angles to do their show.

  18. Anonymous says:

    Whats the deal with the Attitude Era listings, they should be out by now.

  19. Bill says:

    Hogan looks like he’s about to eat that microphone

  20. Ryan Micallef says:

    I personally think the only reason why the WWE hasn’t released any information on the Attitude Era release is because of today’s election. They didn’t want any commercials or anything period effecting it. After today, I expect them to go full tilt on promoting it.

  21. Vincenzzzzzo says:

    I mean no disrespect at all, but I wish people would shut the hell up about the Attitude Era match listing already. Every single article has at least one person asking about it. WHEN it does get released, WWEDVDNews will be the FIRST to report/reveal it. If its not on this site, then it hasn’t been revealed anywhere yet.

    Anyway, looking forward to picking up the nWo Blu-ray today after work. Hopefully the store near me has a few left in stock by tonight and hasn’t sold out. Nice artwork on the DVD version, though. That’s the only thing I miss about buying the DVD versions.

    • Dave says:

      I agree…its annoying people spamming articles asking for the listing of the Attitude era DVD. As Miz would say REALLY?! REALLY?! don’t they understand there would be a report if the listing was out and WWEDVDNews would be the first to report.

      Kind of reminds me of the Legacy of Steve Austin DVD…the listing wasn’t even confirmed until couple weeks before release…and it was reported by someone in a review on Amazon. People thought the guy was lying or was BS but once the actual list came out, the listing was spot-on.

    • indyfan says:

      You have actually seen a wrestling dvd sell out? Where do you live loser land? Just kidding. Wrestling dvds never sell out.

      • Dave says:

        Actually around my area few times in the past WWE DVDs/Blu-ray have been sold out. One i remember was Randy Savage Collection, i could not find it the first couple days…had to order it off Amazon. Another was Rise and Fall of ECW, took me about 2 weeks to finally find a copy, even Amazon was sold out for a week or two, it was selling like crazy.

        WWE Blu-rays on the other sell out pretty quick (atleast where i live). I’ve been ordering them off Amazon since Best PPV Matches 2011…always got them the day of or day after release. Finding them in stores are a pain…can’t be bothered anymore.

  22. Anonymous says:

    any listing for Attitude Era yet?

  23. Acemon Armageddon says:

    nWo 4 Life!! Too Swee-e-e-et!!!

  24. R&REXPRESS#1 says:

    Just 2 sweeeeet!! Gonna get my copy today.

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