According to BBFC the runtime of the documentary on the upcoming WWE Rock vs. Cena: Once in a Lifetime DVD is just over 45 minutes. Synopses refer to the main feature as an ‘expanded’ version of that which was shown on television but, given the runtime, it may end up being almost identical. We’ll give the verdict on that when we can.
Including all content (documentary, extras, promos, matches) the 3-Disc DVD runs in total approximately 6 hours and 39 minutes. Blu-ray extra runtimes are not yet out.
There are still problems ordering this one on Amazon, as you can see over here.
Shock Australia recently shared the following about the content we can expect to see on the new Brock Lesnar – Here Comes The Pain DVD and Blu-ray.
We’ve been told that the matches include some from Brock’s first run in WWE, some OVW matches vs. Cena & Batista, and it will also include Brock’s new interviews from his return in April. Brock’s Extreme Rules match with Cena will be a Blu-ray exclusive, making the Blu-ray the only way to own this match in HD, since Extreme Rules was not released on Blu-ray.
In addition to that we know it will contain the documentary from the first Lesnar DVD released in 2003. You can pre-order your copy for October 30th, 2012 by clicking here.
Thanks to DanDaMan619 on Twitter, here’s a pic of the poster given out at FYE stores in the US with pre-orders of the recent Undertaker Streak DVD and Blu-ray release.
The latest WWE DVD and Blu-ray to hit the UK and Europe is Falls Count Anywhere, in stock now at Silvervision.co.uk. Orders are going out now.
On Wednesday at this link fans in the UK can get the latest Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson DVD for only £8.99 delivered. That’s a 24-hour only deal so take advantage of it.
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