Positive Owen Hart News, 11-Hour WWE DVD & Blu-Ray Set, THE KLIQ Cancelled?

June 5, 2015 by Daniel Bee

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Yesterday, the full episode list for “The Monday Night War Vol. 1: Shots Fired” DVD set was unveiled here on the site, along with the news that the planned segments with Sting and Triple H will be shown after each episode, a Home Video exclusive interview.

All in all, the Blu-ray edition of “Shots Fired” will include a whopping 11 hours and 30 minutes of content! The planned Blu-ray extras will be made known soon, so stay tuned.

“The Monday Night War Vol. 1: Shots Fired” will be released to the United States on July 7th; pre-order your copy by clicking here to Amazon.com. Fans in Australia will get it slightly earlier on July 3rd, while the release to the UK and Europe is expected in August.

We have learned that “THE KLIQ RULES”, WWE’s new DVD and Blu-ray on the way next month, will solely have a documentary feature and a compilation of matches/segments.

As you may recall, it was originally planned for a reunion show with Kliq members Triple H, Kevin Nash, Shawn Michaels, Scott Hall, and Sean Waltman to air first on the WWE Network. That looks to have been cancelled, but the Home Video is going ahead without that extra.

Mani Mohtadi, who was the one to film The Kliq’s infamous “Curtain Call” incident while in attendance at the 1996 Madison Square Garden event with a friend, revealed on Twitter yesterday that WWE interviewed him for the documentary main feature of the set.

“THE KLIQ RULES” releases July 28th on DVD/Blu-ray formats and can be pre-ordered in time for then by clicking here to Amazon.com. The scheduled release times overseas are currently August to fans in Australia and September to fans in the UK and Europe.

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Bret Hart confirmed the go-ahead of WWE’s Owen Hart documentary in a podcast with JR this week and there are now some more positive indications that it will happen!

In addition to Bret revealing that members of the Hart family were about to be interviewed by the company for the purpose of the documentary, Road Dogg shared with his social media followers that he was recently interviewed, calling it an “emotional roller coaster”.

There’s now a listing for “Owen Hart: Hart of Gold” on IMDb’s WWE page, and while that could well have been added by a site user, the page is usually accurate for upcoming projects.

The news of the Owen Hart DVD/Blu-ray broke here on WrestlingDVDNews.com last month on what would have been his 50th birthday. As of last word, it’s set for a November release.

WWE - Owen Hart Sharpshooter to Bret Hart

We recently mentioned that the new “Daniel Bryan: Just Say Yes! Yes! Yes” DVD/Blu-ray would have a hidden Easter Egg when released. Did you find it this week?

The hidden content is called “Daniel talks to Miz” and is a backstage segment between the two. To find it you should highlight the “Borderline Insulting” interview chapter (one of the first in the extras) and press right. This has been tested working on the Blu-ray edition so far.

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As reported, Elimination Chamber 2015 will be released as a UK exclusive DVD next month and will not make it to the United States. It’s available to pre-order now at WWEDVD.co.uk.

Speaking with WWEDVD.com.au, the WWE Home Video distributor in Australia, it was confirmed to us that they will not be releasing the DVD just like in the United States. However, they also stated that they are working on something for the fans to make up for that.

WWE Elimination Chamber 2015 - Dean Ambrose Wins Championship

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  1. sidstillrulestheworld678 says:

    phew, i thought the dvd of the kilq was really cancelled! i dont care about the documentary but im looking foward too the matches because i grew up like hbk, diesel, & ramon. the kid was alright but always hated triple h. pretty sneak wrestlingdvdnews.com!

  2. rohfan81 says:

    I wonder if the kliq dvd/bluray will include any of nash,hall,waltmans stuff from their nwo days since they made their connection to hbk hhh obvious on live tv back then

  3. motorhead says:

    The Kliq DVD looks like a dud to me, I mean the stuff has been talked to death by now from the nWo thing to the HOF. I just don’t see this as a must-see. I’m not sure what can be added to the DVD of any worth that hasn’t already been released by WWE HV. And the Blu-Ray of the MNW series had better have more to it than a HHH/Sting gabfest of I’ll be pretty disappointed. Looking forward to owning the series outright, but the list of extras proposed thus far are uninspiring to say the very least.

  4. AD Degreez says:

    Easy fix for this just make MITB 2015 a 2 disc or blu ray and put the Owens vs cena and rollins vs ambrose matches from chamber as extras.

    • Daniel Bee says:

      Perhaps something like that (bonus discs, extras) is what the Australian distributor meant.

  5. Roly says:

    Here we go again.

    It’s nothing whatsoever to do with favoritism. It’s to do with commercialism. Do you people really believe they release stuff to the UK because they favour them??? It’s because the sales make it worthwhile, whereas they don’t elsewhere. Simple. It’s a business.

    • Daniel Bee says:

      Yeah, it’s also due to the fact different companies are releasing the titles for the different countries. In this example of Chamber it sounds like Fremantle pushed to get it out on DVD in the UK, WWE may not have necessarily told them to.

  6. Justin F says:

    I”m sick of WWE’s favoritism towards the UK. They get Blu-Rays and they get the Elimination Chamber.