Photos of WWE ‘Macho Man: Randy Savage Story’ DVD & Blu-Ray – US Versions

November 20, 2014 by Daniel Bee

Earlier in the week we showed you the UK version of “Macho Man: The Randy Savage Story” (available now at Today, here’s a look at the full artwork present on the North American versions of the new DVD and Blu-ray sets.

A special thanks goes out to WDN readers Justin Sheppard and Stevie Breech.

Fans in the US and Canada will find these standalone DVD and Blu-ray copies pictured in stores now, in addition to a special Collector’s Edition box set on DVD format.


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WWE Macho Man - The Randy Savage Story DVD - Photos

WWE Macho Man - The Randy Savage Story DVD - Photos

WWE Macho Man - The Randy Savage Story DVD - Photos


OOOOHH YEEAAAH!!! WWE Fans, you have waited long enough!

Randy ‘Macho Man’ Savage captivated the sports-entertainment world for over a quarter century. His glistening wardrobe, often-imitated cadence and grandiose style was outshined only by his virtuoso performances in the ring. Macho Man, with his gorgeous leading lady Miss Elizabeth, embodied the raging 80s in WWE and later, compounded his success in WCW.

Now, the complete story of his incredible life can finally be told in Macho Man: The Randy Savage Story. In this 90-minute documentary, get brand new, exclusive commentary from family, friends and his contemporaries as they chronicle his ascent from young baseball phenom through all the pomp and circumstance of his incomparable career.

WWE Macho Man - The Randy Savage Story DVD - Photos

WWE Macho Man - The Randy Savage Story DVD - Photos

WWE Macho Man - The Randy Savage Story DVD - Photos

Runtime Info

The runtime of the DVD is approximately 6 hours and 12 minutes.

The runtime of the Blu-ray (with extras) is approximately 7 hours and 27 minutes.

Full Match Listing for WWE “Macho Man: The Randy Savage Story” DVD.

WWE Macho Man - The Randy Savage Story Blu-ray - Photos

WWE Macho Man - The Randy Savage Story Blu-ray - Photos

Blu-ray Exclusive Matches

Lumberjack Match for the WWE Championship
Hulk Hogan vs. “Macho Man” Randy Savage
Madison Square Garden • February 17, 1986

Winner is the King of WWE
“Macho Man” Randy Savage vs. “Hacksaw” Jim Duggan
Madison Square Garden • October 28, 1989

— “Macho Man” Randy Savage & Sting vs. The Blue Bloods (Lord Steven Regal & Earl Robert Eaton)
WCW Saturday Night • September 9, 1995

— “Macho Man” Randy Savage vs. Booker T
WCW Nitro • December 15, 1997

WWE Macho Man - The Randy Savage Story Blu-ray - Photos

WWE Macho Man - The Randy Savage Story Blu-ray - Photos


Get the WWE “Randy Savage Story” DVD or Blu-ray…

WWE Macho Man - The Randy Savage Story DVD - Photos

UK/Europe: Available now! Get your copy at

USA: Available now! Get your copy at or

Australia: Coming December 3rd. Pre-order at


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  1. chris says:

    For anyone who has the set, a few questions:

    Is DDP’s theme edited or not in the Halloween Havoc 1997 match? Same for Michael Buffer’s ring announcements for Savage/Flair from 1996.

    Someone posted a couple days ago that Mel Phillips had somehow been edited in 3 matches on Disc 1. Did they simply not show his intros, dub in a different announcer, or something else?

    Thanks in advance to anyone with info.

    • The moreyouknow says:

      To answer your questions, as well as some related observations from the matches included…

      DDP music is replaced with standard Network dub
      Buffer is included
      Phillips is drowned out with redubbef entrance music… The commentators original comments are now missing during the 6 man cage match and the dibiase match…. The dibiase match editing is particularly executed poorly considering that Phillips original announcement was made before Savage’s music even hits, yet they just include a new dub over his entire entrance anyway. And dibiase’ entrance is completely cut. This is done slightly better on the Harlem street fight, with Schivanoe & Lord Alfred’s commentary left intact.
      The superstars banners are blurred on the first steamboat bout and the piper match.
      Ventura and Bruno appear to be missing from that steamboat/savage commentary.
      Steamboat’s theme receives the standard dub.
      The SummerSlam match actually includes okerlund’s backstage intro and history package.
      During the flair wwf title match, savage gets thrown to the outside and then there is an obvious edit… Vince taking us to a commercial break, as originally shown on primetime is what was cut.
      The audio and video are not in synch during the macho king/Duggan msg bout… Just slightly, but this is very obvious during Finkel’s ring intros
      The bluebloods/savage & sting match includes no intros or the original broadcast replays, thus robbing us of seeing Sting dressed up and impersonating Savage. I cannot fathom why this match was included on this set without the entrances. Truly head scratching.

      i think that’s about it. Still an enjoyable set, but the edits can’t help but curb that enjoyability for someone like myself, who immediately notices such post production meddling.

      • chris says:


        I’m not sure what to think about the Phillips thing because they might have just decided to dub in new music for some reason. In the Phillips matches, can he be heard announcing the winners afterwards? I know in the 6-man cage match, he announced Savage and Strike Force as the winners without Savage’s music being played.

        Also, is Honky Tonk Man’s entrance music intact, and if not, did they dub over it or was his entrance with the Hart Foundation just not shown?

        • Me Again says:

          Phillips voice is not present on the Savage dvd. Any close ups of him in the ring have been cut. The reedits to avoid showing him continues the trend as set on this year’s warrior dvd. However, at that time they left his voice in for the pre and post match announcements, so there was no audio tinkering. That would have been preferred to what they are doing now. This trend sucks. You will notice on the wwe network there are no ‘old school’ arena shows included that Phillips was the announcer for, and they have cut out of WrestleMania 3 his brief closeup when Mary Hart erroneously rings the bell.

          • chris says:

            He is seen on the Network, announcing the winner of the Roberts/Rude match on the August 1988 Spectrum show. Plus, he’s at ringside during the main events of WrestleManias 4 and, plus he’s seen on WrestleMania 6 when Andre throws Haku from the ring cart.

            • chris says:

              *WrestleManias 4 and 5

            • Answer man says:

              If you watched that spectrum show on the network, you should have noticed that several entrances and ring intros are completely missing, including savage and dibiase, Roberts and Rude… This was to eliminate Phillips. Also Phillips did many Boston house shows in 88 & 89, and not a one has been included in the ‘old school’ category. He remains present at ringside in many wwf events of that era, as that would be seemingly impossible to extricate him from now after the fact. However, extreme close ups of him have been eliminated… See the Warrior dvd for evidence of this. Macho Man in Boston, Dibiase and Slaughter both in Japan walk by him and they cut to crowd shots that were not in the original broadcasts. This fairly new ban on Phillips’ face has been covered on this site before. On the new savage dvd both his face and voice are now taboo.

              • chris says:

                “If you watched that spectrum show on the network, you should have noticed that several entrances and ring intros are completely missing, including savage and dibiase, Roberts and Rude… This was to eliminate Phillips.”

                I know things are missing, but him announcing Rude as the winner of the Rude/Roberts match is intact.

  2. attitude.era.4life says:

    thank god for WDN for many reasons…one being, that the staff here points out the correct runtime of a set like this…while the wwe development department of dvd appearently still can not figure out to put in sample discs into dvd players and explore how much time exactly the release runs for.

    But of does not have the same selling effect writing 6 hours 12 minutes, so.. let’s screw the fans for 48 minutes, cos 7 hours looks and sounds better! :-/

  3. David says:

    Had the chance to watch the documentary last night and I thought it was amazing, very heartbreaking especially when talking about Miss Elizabeth and her death impacting Savage and a year after getting remarried he dies.

    Seems like WWE went with the reason that made Savage leave for WCW was with WWE turning down the idea of HBK vs. Savage feud lasting 2 years and would end at WM with HBK beating Savage. Lanny mentioned thats how Randy wanted to end his career in WWE.

    Very well done documentary.

    • SRB says:

      Thanks for writing this small piece. I was curious how it was from a fan POV. And speaking of Ms. Elizabeth, I was always surprised Luger wasn’t charged with the cause of her death. Seems like it could’ve gone worse for Luger than it did.

      • LP1 says:

        There was no reason for Luger to be charged with her death. He didn’t force her to take the pills. The only thing Luger could’ve been charged for was illegal possession, unless he had a legit prescription for them.

        • 3GP says:

          It seems awfully suspicious that shortly after Lex’s DUI & domestic abuse w Liz that she dies.

          In Lex’s book, when Liz dies, she is never mentioned again. Lex doesn’t even say if he is bothered by it.

          If this happened to your neighbor, wife dying a week or 2 after the police are called for a domestic disturbance, that would be highly suspicious.

          I don’t buy that Liz got 2 black eyes from tripping over the dogs holding a pizza.

          • Jakki Steal says:

            I don’t buy that Liz got 2 black eyes from tripping over the dogs holding a pizza.

            -Is that really what Lex Luger said?

            Speaking of wrestling books:
            I’ve always wanted Lex Lugers (& Bret Harts) book, is it any good?
            Do you or anybody else here have any wrestling books you would highly recommend?

            • 3GP says:

              The police report said 2 black eyes, Lex said she tripped and fell. I don’t think mentioned any injury to her face.

              Lex’s book is just fluff, he glosses over everything. I read it in a couple hours at the book store. Thumbs down.

              Bret’s book is great. Very detailed, as he made an audio diary as things happened. It’s also a history of the wwF since he was there from WM1-13.

              • 3GP says:


                I don’t think LEX mentioned any injury to her face.

                I’d have to read it again to be sure, but I remember it seemed like a weak explanation that left questions unanswered.

              • Jakki Steal says:

                Cool, thanks for the info!

                That sucks that Luger’s book doesn’t divulge much but I’m glad to hear that Bret’s book is very detailed!
                I’ve always been curious about Miss Elizabeth’s life story..
                If only somebody would write a book about her.

                Thanks to you I am going to purchase Bret’s book right now on Amazon.
                Thanks again, you rock!

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