Below is a new preview of the “Macho Man – Randy Savage Story” documentary. The clip is titled “You Hear His Name & Smile”, a quote by Kevin Nash in the DVD.
The Savage DVD and Blu-ray is on the way this month – less than 2 weeks away! The UK gets it on November 17th, the USA on November 18th, and Australia on December 3rd.
In an interview with Raj Giri of WrestlingInc.com, Lanny Poffo said of the DVD, “I couldn’t believe how believable [it] was. They asked me questions like a shoot interview, and I answered like a shoot interview and I never thought in a million years they would use any of that, yet they used all of it. Fans will have a lot of questions answered by this DVD”.
Lanny also talked about how their mother at first refused to be interviewed for the new documentary because WWE had not sent their condolences when Randy died.
Speaking of new video previews, WWEDVD.co.uk released this preview clip of the behind-the-scenes extra on the new “Slam City” WWE DVD.
The “Slam City” DVD is available now in UK/Europe and is coming soon elsewhere.
The latest WWE DVDs found to have been taken out-of-print (United States) are as follows:
– Global Warming Tour: Melbourne
– No Way Out 2004
– WrestleMania 22
– History of the WWE Championship
In an odd twist, the batch of WWE DVDs and Blu-rays recently changed to January pre-orders on Amazon.com have now reverted back to normal, all back in stock as before.
There will be an ECW theme to the WWE Network next week. Most notably, a live special called “ECW Exposed” will air immediately after RAW on November 10th, to be hosted by both Paul Heyman and Joey Styles. Styles will be interviewing Heyman during the show and fans can submit questions of their own through Twitter using the hashtag #ECWExposed.
The Blue Meanie and Stevie Richards have also been teasing involvement in future WWE Network features, both posting up a “bWo Network” graphic to their Twitter accounts.
WWE has recently begun promoting the upcoming WWE Workout DVDs with Triple H and Stephanie McMahon. Both will be released next month in time for the holidays.
Amazon has dropped the pre-order price of each DVD to… you guessed it, $9.99!
Several rare WWF/WWE DVDs are being auctioned off for cheap prices tomorrow under eBay seller “randallmcaleer” – including Best of WWF 2001, Austin vs. McMahon, Undertaker: The Phenom, WrestleMania 18 and more! Check out links to the 8 titles below.
$1.04 – Chris Benoit Hard Knocks DVD
$1.29 – WWF Austin 3:16 Uncensored DVD
$5.01 – WWF Best of 2001 Viewers’ Choice DVD
$5.50 – WWF WrestleMania 18 DVD (+ Poster)
$5.56 – WWF Best of Survivor Series 1987-1997 DVD
$10.06 – WWF Undertaker The Phenom DVD
$16.50 – WWF Rock Bottom 1998 DVD
$29.00 – Judgment Day 2002 DVD (US Version)