FREAK OUT, FREAK OUT: WWE’s New ‘Randy Savage Unreleased’ DVD In Stores Now – First Look Photos

May 29, 2018 by Daniel Bee

Oooooohhh yeah, it’s another WWE DVD Tuesday and this one is chock-full of unreleased content!

“Macho Man” Randy Savage has officially elbow dropped his way into WWE’s popular Unreleased-themed DVDs with “Randy Savage Unreleased: The Unseen Matches of the Macho Man”.

The 3-disc, 9-hour collection of rare and never-before-seen matches, moments and hidden gems hit the United Kingdom yesterday (£22.99; and has followed in the United States today ($17.89;

It’s too hot to handle and too cold to hold but at we’ve managed to keep the DVD still long enough to take some photos of all the artwork and packaging – so FREAK OUT, FREAK OUT because it’s time for a first look! Dig it!

WWE 'Randy Savage Unreleased' DVD - Photos, Front Cover

Hosted by Corey Graves (who just hyped today’s WWE DVD on his social media), and joined by present and former WWE personalities Bayley, Sean Mooney and DDP, “Randy Savage Unreleased: The Unseen Matches of the Macho Man” presents a whopping 41 unreleased Randy Savage matches, 8 segments, the “Speaking from the Heart” music video and outtakes too!

We’re talking about nearly 15 years worth of never-before-released Macho Madness featured across the 3-disc set that includes matches only ever broadcast on international TV, a special WrestleMania 3 rematch between Savage and Ricky Steamboat and loads more rare content involving the likes of Andre the Giant, The Undertaker, Hulk Hogan, Ultimate Warrior, Jake “The Snake” Roberts, “Rowdy” Roddy Piper, Ted DiBiase and Steve Austin; a who’s who of WWE legends.

And for those who have been asking the question, yes the matches do have commentary where commentary was originally recorded which applies to most of the matches on this collection!

The US release come housed in the new, slimmer style packaging that recently replaced the Digipaks under Warner Bros. distribution in the United States and Canada. A paper insert is found inside which details the full content of the discs, while those discs are ‘stacked’ together in one holder.

Let’s take a closer look – thanks goes out to WDN reader Matthew Tremble for the pics!

WWE 'Randy Savage Unreleased' DVD - Photos, Back Cover


Feel the Macho Madness! “Macho Man” Randy Savage is one of the most colorful and unique characters to ever step foot in WWE.

For the first time ever, Macho Man’s hidden gems and never-before-released matches from the vault are being unearthed for the WWE Universe’s viewing pleasure. Witness matchups against fellow WWE Hall of Famers, such as Yokozuna, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat, “Nature Boy” Ric Flair, Jake “The Snake” Roberts, and so much more!

This collection is too hot to handle and too cold to hold! Ooooh yeah! Dig it!

WWE 'Randy Savage Unreleased' DVD - Photos, Inside The Packaging
WWE 'Randy Savage Unreleased' DVD - Photos, Disc Artwork

Runtime Info (approx.)

DISC 1: 2 hours and 55 minutes.
DISC 2: 2 hours and 53 minutes.
DISC 3: 2 hours and 59 minutes.

REVEALED: Full Content Listing for WWE “Randy Savage Unreleased” DVD…


WWE 'Randy Savage Unreleased' DVD - Full Content Listing
WWE 'Randy Savage Unreleased' DVD - Full Content Listing


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  1. Alex Murray says:

    just ordered my copy of Macho Man unseen matches.Amazon says it will be here Tuesday!! Cant Wait to check it out

  2. Patrick McNamara says:

    Everyone complaining I am an avid wwe wrestling dvd blu ray collecter. I dont mind that packaging. I just put the discs on papertowels when I take them out and that solves any issues,ie say I want to check out a match on disc 3 I take out discs one and two and place them on seperate papetowels. Put in disc three then put discs one and two back.

    • Alex Murray says:

      that’s a good idea.When my macho man set gets here I will probably store them in plastic dvd sleeves

  3. Relaxing Ghost says:

    Less than 2 weeks . Macho man unreleased will be in Canada.

  4. Tom says:

    Is there an option to stretch the image to fill the tv screen?
    My television won’t give me that option, as I can zoom vertically only but not fill screen and I can’t find anything as a DVD option either.
    Anyone figure this out?

  5. savagefan66 says:

    I loved the set

  6. Anan says:

    Just a suggestion for those not liking the discs being stacked, u don’t have to keep them in the case they came in as u could always keep them in those disc binders that I used to see everytime I’d go to an office supply store where each disc would have it’s own sleeve or whatever it was. Are they better than keeping the discs stacked up on top of each other? Idk to be honest but I’d guess yes.
    Another suggestion is to buy the set, rip them to your cpu, then sell the set. Allows u to not overcrowd with so many things w/o losing anything.

    • whut says:

      couldn’t you simply buy another dvd case?

      • Anan says:

        Of course u could. As I stated before, I was only giving suggestions. Personally I prefer to keep as many discs in one place as possible w/o damaging them. It saves $ and space vs keeping each disc in a single case. It’s just me though. There’s other ways to prevent keeping discs stacked on top of each other which I don’t like either. But it is what it is.

  7. Alex Murray says:

    sorry didn’t meant to double post

  8. Alex Murray says:

    looks cool but I will have to pass.I already have 2 macho man dvd sets that I haven’t even watched yet.

    • RCS1988 says:

      It has certain matches never before seen.

    • whut says:

      to me personally that’s not necessarily an argument. I too own some discs that I haven’t seen yet, some of it being compilations, but usually it’s ppvs that I had seen during their initial broadcast but didn’t care to rewatch yet. but that doesn’t mean I won’t be watching them eventually.

    • RabidHeat says:

      So maybe watch those and then buy the new one?

  9. SRB says:

    Ugh… They stacked the discs? Give me a break! Each disc should have its own holder. This is where I throw the case out and repackage the set, but that’s just me. I like the slim case, but stacking the discs is pretty cheap.

    • David says:

      Warner is notorious for having stacked disc packaging even with their Blu-ray movies. The 2 and 3 Disc BDs are always stacked. This doesn’t surprise me them going this route with WWE DVDs now. People always thought the packaging was the only high point between the DVD and Blu-ray but now the DVD packaging is just as cheap and really no difference between DVD and BD except BD having the higher quality and better format…but of course WWE and Warner had to cut all the BD releases except WM. Now there is no reason to buy WWE DVDs anymore unless you want to support crap and actually speak up with your wallet.

      • RCS1988 says:

        There’s a person converting all non-blu-ray WWE DVD’s to blu-ray.

        • RabidHeat says:

          And shockingly, that person is still on the market. Snap him up, girls!

        • LP1 says:

          Converting DVDs to BDs does not upgrade the video/audio quality to HD. It’s a waste of time and money.

          • RabidHeat says:

            I was thinking exactly that, why would converting a standard definition DVD to BluRay improve the quality? Haha.

          • whut says:

            yes and no. upscaling is an existing thing. but of course, as mentioned in my other replay. every current dvd/bluray player does that anyway.

        • whut says:

          that literally doesn’t work.

          the only thing you could do is upscaling – which any more recent, good dvd/bluray player is capable of doing anyway.

        • landy says:

          And I bet he isn’t giving any money to wwe for what he profits.

      • RabidHeat says:

        None of the issues you’ve mentioned bother me as much as they do you, so I’ll continue to enjoy the product if you don’t mind, since that’s my perogative.

    • RabidHeat says:

      All I can say is there must be some really heavy-handed people on this board when handling their DVD discs. I’ve got many triple-movie sets etc. with stacked disc-type cases and never had the problems you speak of. If for some reason a disc was faulty when you get home from Walmart or wherever with it, well then worse case scenario is you can take it back for a replacement, but any damage that happens after you’ve already brought it home lies with you and your handling of your property, IMO. If you’ve paid good money for something, maybe handle it gently and with a bit of TLC? Same goes with digipaks. I have digipak sets from 2004 that are still in Mint Condition.

      I personally like the idea of slimmer DVD cases as my shelf needs all the space it can get, but unfortunately Fremantle are still using the chubby ones.

      • SRB says:

        People being careful with the products that they buy certainly does need to be addressed. Obviously coming home drunk in the middle of the night, crashing into your dresser, and then watching Macho Man is going to lead to some scratched discs. However, my point personally was that the general structure of the case is cheaply done and while I can’t blame WWE for wanting to cut financial corners, this cut increases chances of discs getting scratched rather than if the discs were held in separate compartments.

        • RabidHeat says:

          “coming home drunk in the middle of the night, crashing into your dresser, and then watching Macho Man”

          That is an amazing thought though. 🙂 You’ve made me want to do that now.

  10. Nicolas Hébert says:

    Only on June 12th in Canada. Can’t wait to see this. Pump and Circumstance is my favorite entrance music of all time!!! I played that in high school 25 years ago.

  11. Mike says:

    Stacked discs = no sale. Too much risk in getting scratched discs, then you need to buy a separate flipper case to put them in. Hopefully the set is available digitally.

    • RabidHeat says:

      So you’re never buying a 3-disc set again then?

      • Mike says:

        Not as long as they come like this. Stacked discs are a recipe for trouble. DVDs especially can get scratched very easily. The last thing you want are the discs on top of each other. It would not cost them much if anything to put the discs in a case with a flipper in it. Having the discs stacked is a way to steer collectors away from physical copies. It’s working for me.

        • ryan says:

          physical sales drop quarter after quarter and they do stuff like this to make the process quicker. I quit buying wwe physical media when they stopped making blurays. I really wish they would release blurays on wweshop or something. Its sad not collecting any more. Still love the site!

          • whut says:

            to be fair, with a release like this it really hardly matters. because the footage on this wasn’t broadcast in hd to begin with.

            I mean, look at the bluray releases of older footage. the difference between these and dvd releases of the same content does hardly exist (if it does at all).

            of course the same can not be said regarding content from 2008 onwards. with which there is a huge difference between the dvd and the bluray versions.

            which is why I personally didn’t order any of the recent ppv dvd releases. but didn’t mind buying releases like this, the Kurt Angle collection etc.

        • nick says:

          Although I don’t like stacking the discs either, the digipacks were actually much worse at scratching the discs. This may seem like something far fetched, but the truth is that the type of plastic they use for the digipacks is much coarser than other plastic cases. As a matter of fact, many of the digipack sets from years ago would always have discs that were scratched because the discs would not stay secure in the holder. During shipping & such, the discs would spin (or even come loose) and that is what would scuff or scratch the discs.

          As a recommendation for anything you would like to protect from scratches, buy Tyvek disc sleeves, cut the inner backing of the sleeves in the shape of a disc, then place the sleeve underneath the disc in the case. Yes, this is extra cost & time, but it will dramatically reduce disc scratching in plastic cases for sure. I’ve been doing this for years for discs I absolutely want to protect from getting scratched.

          • Robert emons says:

            Always noticed the disc holders in the 3 disc sets would break off also to where you couldn’t keep the disc locked in any longer that sucked also

    • Rob says:

      It won’t get scratched or damaged if you take care of them.

  12. Mark Markson says:

    Must have release. I will order it soon, along with the WM 34 blu with the bonus NXT Takeover DVD.

  13. Robert emons says:

    Can never have enough macho Man footage dig it!

  14. Tommy says:

    I like the slimmer case, too! It’s back to how they were during the attitude era. Only one gripe, the stacking of the discs. It’s a cheap cost savings at best and isn’t the best choice for the end consumer. To access disc any disc I have to take them all out and risk scratching them because of unneeded fumbling. Warner should go back to the flipper case like they used for Raw 25.

  15. meme says:


    Looks good. I like that it’s slimmer and has a paper insert. That’s very cool.