We can now give you a pre-release look at the upcoming Randy Orton and Kofi Kingston DVDs, both of which are part of the WWE Superstar Collection series.
These will be released on September 4th to the United States, and will hit Australia just the next day when buying at WWEDVD.com.au. There is no UK release planned.
3 Stages of Hell Match for the WWE Championship
Randy Orton vs. Triple H
The Bash 2009
Triple Threat Match for the WWE Championship
Randy Orton vs. Triple H vs. John Cena
Night of Championship 2009
Randy Orton vs. Ted DiBiase
Raw – March 1, 2010
World Heavyweight Championship Match
Randy Orton vs. Christian
Capitol Punishment 2011
Intercontinental Championship Match
Kofi Kingston vs. Chris Jericho
Night of Champions 2008
World Tag Team Championship Match
Kofi Kingston & CM Punk vs. Ted DiBiase & Cody Rhodes
Monday Night Raw – October 27, 2008
Money in the Bank Ladder match
Kofi Kingston vs. CM Punk vs. Mark Henry vs. MVP vs. Finlay vs. Christian vs. Kane
Kofi Kingston vs. Randy Orton
Intercontinental Championship Match
Kofi Kingston vs. Dolph Ziggler
Smackdown – January 7, 2011
You can pre-order the Orton or Kofi DVDs for just $7.99 each over at Amazon.com.
theae dont look that bad
I have Beyond The Mat signed by Mick Foley. He was NOWHERE near as nice as I expected. Whys Bubba Ray Dudley tough to approach?
You know a lot of people are saying these are a waste and they will pass on them etc. And that may be true. But i think these will be sleeper’s. And in a year or so when you can’t get them anymore they will be the most sought after dvd’s on the second market. I could be totally wrong and they wont be worth a dime. But you just never know with WWE dvds. So as a WWE dvd collector i’m gonna buy every title leave them factory sealed and just store them away.. Because either way if there a hit or miss as a collector it’s good to have in your collection.
So what is the next WWE release that coming out next month
Here’s a handy page: http://www.wwedvdnews.com/wwe-dvd-release-dates/
Yea I would agree on that there are so many many dvds I own that I have watched on only since I bought them and wish I didn’t .
This is the type of stuff you buy purely because its cheap, get home, watch it, wonder why you bought it, throw it in a cupboard for a few years, forget about it altogether, wait five years, take it to a charity shop, never miss it. Complete waste of time and money! The only positive thing is that some of the materials may one day be salvaged / recycled and used for worthwhile purposes. But even that’s not guaranteed.
unless these are two bucks each I will be passing on these
I how the back of Kofi’s it says 3 heart pounding ladder matches when there’s only one. Fail.
dvds i have signed: Bret Hart dvd, hart family dvd signed by hart dynasty, rvd dvd, rey 619, both aj styles dvds signed, original ecw guilty as charged dvd signed by jerry lynn, samoa joe dvd signed, bound for glory dvd signed by anderson, roode and angle, roh dvd signed by aries, x-division dvd signed by daniels and kaz, i have wwe cd signed by booker t and another signed by val venis and benoit
I have a Hard Knocks DVD signed by Benoit from an autograph session in 2006. Seemed really cool at the time.
Isn’t all Orton’s matches the Blu Ray Exclusives from his Evolution Of Predator dvd set?
The match against Triple H at The Bash 2009 was on his blu-ray set. The triple threat title match at Night of Champions was on the Best PPV Matches of 2009-2010 blu-ray.
I was hoping Orton & Cena vs. The RAW Roster (from 2008) would be on this set.
I get the Kofi matches chosen for this, but Orton’s, I don’t think I would have picked any of those.
I got the 2004 cd where the superstars sing autographed by Trish Stratus and Chris Jericho
I have never paid for an autograph. 9 times out of 10 guys will sign, free of charge (except for Bubba Ray Dudley, never approach that guy) as long as you don’t act like a mark, which I have seen many people act. I got Flair’s autograph in an elevator. Indy guys are definitely the easiest to approach. If you ever go to a show in the future, try it. I think you will be pleasantly surprised.
I have Beyond The Mat signed by Mick Foley. He was NOWHERE near as nice as I expected. Whys Bubba Ray tough to approach?
No don’t go to any show I don’t believe in paying for autograph I believe that should be free
My autographed DVD: History of the Intercontinental Championship, signed by Chris Jericho.
This is a totally random question for everyone, since there are not many comments I thought this might be the right place. Whenever I go to wrestling events, I always bring DVD’s with me to get autographed. Do you guys, if so who have you gotten? Some of the best ones I have are:
Best of Starrcade autographed by Sting & Ric Flair
Kurt Angle:Champion signed by Angle
Instant Classic signed by Christian Cage
Original ECW DVD Hardcore History signed by Devon Dudley, Mick Foley, and Jerry Lynn
I have many more but those are some, very interested if you guys do this and who do you have?
The Chaperone autographed by HHH at Sam’s Club in Elmsford, NY on 3/27/11
Usually when I go to autograph signings, I bring WWE DVDs. I have Cyber Sunday 2005 signed by Kurt Angle, MITB 2010 signed by Kane and Extreme Rules 2010 signed by Sheamus
Yea that the only thing that got my attention I wonder what the movie about can’t tell if it’s a horror movie or what
WWE Films horror movie about a family trapped in a cabin during a blizzard.
Barricade looks pretty good.
When I first saw this I thought ‘What the hell is Barrcade?’.