According to this page of WWEDVD.co.uk the Battleground 2013 DVD could have 6 special features included!
The list, shown below, is made up of 2 extra matches and 4 interview segments.
Battleground – October 6, 2013:
– Battleground Kickoff Show Match
Dolph Ziggler vs. Damien Sandow
– Rob Van Dam Contemplates His Future in WWE
– Randy Orton Reacts to Battleground
– Josh Mathews Interviews Daniel Bryan
Monday Night RAW – October 7, 2013:
– Six Man Tag Team Match
Cody Rhodes, Daniel Bryan & Goldust vs. The Shield
– Renee Young Interviews Big Show
As of now these DVD extras still require confirmation. It does seem an usually large list of extras compared with typical PPV releases. The previously reported list of Blu-ray extras is shown below. As of now a Blu-ray edition will only be released in Europe.
Monday Night RAW – September 16, 2013:
– Triple H Holds the WWE Championship in Abeyance
Monday Night RAW – September 23, 2013:
– CM Punk Returns to Chicago
Monday Night RAW – September 30, 2013:
– Rhodes Family Summit
– Daniel Bryan and Randy Orton: Face-to-Face
SmackDown – October 4, 2013:
– Alberto Del Rio vs. Dolph Ziggler
You can pre-order the Battleground DVD for November 5th by clicking here (ONLY $9.96). The UK gets it on both DVD and Blu-ray formats in January when ordering at WWEDVD.co.uk.
WWE Night of Champions 2013 releases today on DVD!
No indications nor reports of a Blu-ray edition found and there’s not likely to be.
That and Goldberg are October’s releases so far. The next is the Money in the Bank Anthology on 10/29. See the upcoming schedule any time on our WWE DVD Release Dates page.
The ‘2 pack’ Ladder Match DVD has been spotted in store. Thanks to @hbkfan25 on Twitter for passing along the photo below. The “Double Feature” looks to be a Walmart exclusive since the $10.49 Amazon listing for it has now been made unavailable.
Notable eBay auctions for today. This seller has the set of WWE Superstar Collection DVDs up for grabs, currently only $15. Also, the “Ultimate Fan Edition” Edge box set at $10.
This seller is auctioning off a huge set of 1,100 DVDs (home-made) of Monday Night Raw, Wrestling Challenge, Superstars and Prime Time Wrestling full seasons!
Not to bring up old news but I just thought i’d mention that I remember seeing this post when it was new and thought how awesome it would be to have that entire collection of seasons. Well turns out the guy reposted it last week and i was the winning bid! If anyone is interested I can do a follow up and let everyone know what the quality is like and how legit it actually is.
Can’t wait for Battleground… especially the Blu-Ray! I kind of want to bid on the dvd sets that guy is selling… looks promising!!! 🙂
To be fair, by posting it here, Daniel has brought the auction extra attention which probably got it taken down, so if you hate bootlegs, Dan has done the right thing, lol.
That seller is amazing. I just got Best of Raw seasons 1 and 2, raw 15th anniversary, and raw top 100 moments for $20. What a steal
He got a webpage?
Battleground was a very boring PPV and I feel like I wasted 3 hours of my life watching it. I hope they can pick it up a little bit, maybe get some new superstars? Try something, there is only so much older stuff out there for me to watch!
The standout was obviously Rhodes vs Shield. Bryan os Orton was good till the ending. The fact that many feel this PPV was mostly disappointing, it wouldn’t surprise me if WWE did have more extras on this set than usual in hopes of generating buys. I doubt it’ll work out that way though.
you cant sell bootleg stuff on ebay. if someone turna that guy in hell lose his account.
ioffer.com is where you can buy/sell bootleg dvr stuff
Not anymore. Ioffer use to be the place, but WWE got a hold of it and shut down all the stores selling the bootlegs. Only way to really get them now is if you bought from those sellers in the past and keep in contact with him and dealing with them privately.
Do you know how recent the shut down was? On iOffer I mean?
Well the whole PPV was a disaster. So I can see why they would add a lot more extras than normal.
i want to find all raw/sd 2003-2005 but they’re so hard to find these days
They’re VERY easy to find.
Glad to see more extras on the DVDs again. Though I wish it wasn’t just things from Raw and Smackdown all the time. I’d love promo videos or post-match interviews like they use to do back in 2002/2003 DVDs, or even post-match segments like being checked by EMTs. Those were the good days when they truly spoiled you with DVD extras.
Yeah, the extras were great back then. With Royal Rumble 2003 for example they loaded up with extras, about 2-3 pages worth.
Vengeance 2006 they even included a second disc with just DX stuff when they reformed, basically all skits, promos, segments leading up to the PPV.
Yes, it’s a shame they can’t be more creative with the extras anymore. Yeah Royal Rumble 2003 had tons, and the same with Vengeance 2006. No Way Out 2003 is another great example. Pre-match & post-match interviews, promo videos, a segment from SmackDown, and even Stone Cold appearing on Raw after it was off the air. Great stuff.
I would seriously reconsider posting a very obvious bootleg sale of footage that is unlawfully being sold without the consent of the owner (WWE). If you have any kind of business relationship with WWE I would strongly recommend removing that part of your post.
It’s merely a link what an eBay seller is offering, like an embedded YouTube clip of WWE copyrighted material. WWE are more than able to remove that auction if they so wish, much like a YouTube clip. On a personal note, bootlegs don’t get near my collection or this site’s news but for ‘full seasons’ it’s the only way.
(And it’s not us selling items we link to).
An embedded YouTube clip has no monetary gain to it whatsoever..this clown is getting a plug from a very reputable site with a dedicated following…looks like I was right since the listing is now gone…
You were right it was a bootleg and I didn’t dispute that. 🙂 It’s gone now. The idea of mentioning eBay listings here in the news is bringing attention to the more interesting ones and readers can surely make their own mind up on what to bid on. I stated they are home-made. My point was it’s not us selling them.
keep up the good work!
What’s strange is last night on Raw, during the Santino-Fandango match, they ran a scroll on the bottom of the screen plugging Night Of Champions and it said “Night Of Champions 2013 DVD & Blu-Ray – Tomorrow”. I guess someone there didn’t get the “No BR” memo.
Maybe its possible it might be like HIAC 2010…people didn’t know it was on Blu-ray until the day of or couple days later after release when 1-2 copies were spotted at Best Buy stores. The first week it went for like $65 on ebay.
I doubt it though.
Maybe whoever wrote that for the Raw scroller couldn’t fathom a Blu-ray version not being released in 2013. 😉
Which to me is probably the reason they are loading up this DVD with these potential extras. WWE probably thinks no one will buy this because a) of the the finish to the PPV, b) it’s not on blu ray.
And the fact that WWE DVDs are so cheap nowadays makes me think that they aren’t selling that great. NoC is selling for about $10 on Amazon.ca
I had no idea you could sell wrestling season on eBay.
That’s what’s weird about it.. Those are obviously DVD-Rs.. yet, the person is allowed to sell those? Their policies are odd. Technically, they’re bootlegs.
Yeah, i don’t believe ebay allows bootlegs.
I wouldn’t be surprised if these were just avi’s converted to DVD. I noticed this a lot when i got some shows from ioffer in the past, you can tell the color is washed out and has blocking. Didn’t look like actual tv recordings at all. The seller could at least put couple screen shots to see how the quality is, all those newbie bidders keep driving the price up.
Its very tough to find great quality television shows.
You’re not allowed to sell bootlegs at all on eBay or anywhere else. This guy has been lucky so far. WWE has people that specifically monitor eBay for bootleg DVD’s, shirts, etc. and have the auctions taken down.
I could see this getting pulled anytime now. WWE also shut down all the ioffer stores that were selling these.
Even if the sale goes through the BUYER can receive the item/items and then say, “Hey these are DVD-Rs.” Can complain to Paypal, get their money back and not return the item. All it takes is a paypal claim that the item was not as stated in the auction.
Cool Auction of those old shows! Anyone have any tagged classics for sale?
I’m sure those large amounts of extras are to make up for the bad PPV…
Also the blackout caused about 15 minute delay, so i’m sure thats edited out so they replaced that with some extras. WWE DVDs usually don’t go over 3 hours the last few years.
The power outage was only 4 minutes actually. The full PPV, including the outage, was 2 hours and 53 minutes. So taking out the 4 minutes for the blackout and another minute or 2 for edited commercials that means they have about 13 minutes of free space on the disc to fill up. I’m guessing the 2 bonus matches will follow the recent practice of only being “highlights”.