“The Monday Night War Vol. 1: Shots Fired” will kick off July’s WWE DVD and Blu-ray releases, officially available across the United States in less than 2 week’s time!
As reported, included in the set is a never-before-seen, Home Video exclusive interview with Sting and Triple H, who sit down to give their analysis of all episodes featured.
Get a pre-release sneak peek with our new screengrabs, revealed below…
Pre-order the 4 DISC DVD (or 3 DISC BLU-RAY) by clicking here to Amazon.com.
All in all, the “WWE vs. WCW” themed sit-down interview with Sting and Triple H lasts for approximately 1 hour, and as confirmed below, it’s moderated by Renee Young.
The upcoming DVD packs in these interview segments and the first 10 episodes of the WWE Network series, running for a whopping 10 and a half hours in total – plus, on top of that there’s another 1 hour of extra matches and segments included on the Blu-ray edition!
Get your “Monday Night War Vol. 1: Shots Fired” DVD/Blu-ray…
– Australia: July 3rd. Pre-order a copy now via WWEDVD.com.au.
– USA: July 7th. Pre-order yours now here on Amazon.com.
– UK/Europe: August 10th. Pre-order it soon from WWEDVD.co.uk.
Below are new cover shots for Money in the Bank 2015, courtesy of WWEDVD.co.uk.
As reported, the Money in the Bank DVD will hit US stores on July 14th, Australia on August 5th, and finally UK/Europe on August 24th (with an exclusive Blu-ray edition also available).
Speaking of cover shots, here’s one for “Signature Sounds: The Music of WWE”. The single-disc DVD from 2014 will see a release to UK fans for the first time this August.
It’s also noteworthy that right now the planned artwork features the old style WWE logos.
On the subject of UK WWE DVD releases, the next one along is Extreme Rules 2015.
That will be out on DVD (and exclusively on Blu-ray format) this coming Monday, June 29th. Below is a preview clip of one of the Blu-ray extras you can expect to see included on there – Big Show chokeslamming Roman Reigns on the top of a taxi!
WWE has a 60% off summer sale running this weekend, here at WWEShop.com.
The Triple H and Stephanie McMahon workout DVDs are on sale for $9.99 each and with code “WWEAFFDVD1” they become $7.99 each, a little closer to Best Buy’s current prices.
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$15.50 – WrestleMania 31 DVD (Sealed, Free Shipping)
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$34.00 – Lot of 20 WWE DVDs
$1.25 – Scooby-Doo: WrestleMania Mystery Blu-ray
$4.99 – The History of WWE Blu-ray
$5.00 – WCW War Games Blu-ray
$6.50 – Daniel Bryan: Just Say Yes! Yes! Yes Blu-ray
$6.50 – Royal Rumble 2015 Blu-ray
$7.99 – Goldberg: The Ultimate Collection Blu-ray
$7.99 – Epic Journey of The Rock Blu-ray (Sealed)
$9.99 – Triple H: Thy Kingdom Come Blu-ray (Free Shipping)
$9.99 – My Name Is Paul Heyman Blu-ray
$10.50 – Ultimate Warrior: Always Believe Blu-ray
$16.23 – The Shield & Daniel Bryan Blu-rays (Sealed)
$18.55 – WrestleMania 31 Blu-ray (Sealed, Free Shipping)
$1.30 – WWF Rock Bottom 1998 DVD (Free Shipping)
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Hey is it just me or are the screenshots of Sting & Triple H look really distorted? Their heads look like aliens or something lol
Ha, the ones we have right now aren’t the greatest quality.
Just posted a few more up on Twitter for anybody who wants to see:
hope that lil miss Blondie-clone Renee Young does not get too much sprayed in her eyes again as happend at Money in the Bank, if Dusty might be brought up in the “conversation” between Trips and Stinger..I always thinks she’s way over the top too much..that reaction on Dusty tribute was just the latest example.
Come to think bout it..the sitdown might have been produced before Dusty’s death, but, we’ll likely see something else then from the Young little Missy moderator.
Damn dude, issues much? Did a blonde girl break your heart or something?
naaah.. just not fan of that Scripted-Sweetheart..
How can anyone hate on Renee, she knows her stuff and she’s drop dead gorgeous to boot. Watch her Unfiltered series on the Network, she is so natural on it
never stated that I hate her..I can not hate annyone that I don’t know personally.. but I really don’t feel she’s contributing with anything interesting in her scripted charachter, and being a “lifelong” fan of wwe and having a gorgeous face (for some to think that appearently) does not equal entertaining intelligent communication skills, imo,
But sure..she’s the better of the worse, having Byron Saxton on the lower steps, absolutely.
I agree, IMO it’d been better off to have a mediator that was actually there during the Monday Night War, like say Eric Bishoff or Mean Gene….instead of using some Johnny come lately just because she’s pretty & says she’s a lifelong fan, that does not make her anywhere near an expert….idk it’s my opinion but leave the sex appeal to the real divas who actually have some.
A couple of things here, first off, Renee crying after Dusty’s tribute was the realest emotion on WWE TV in many years. There was nothing fake about that. To even suggest that, is ignorance. Second, what does it matter whether or not Renee was there during the Attitude Era or not? She’s only asking questions that ate scripted for her anyway. Whether it was JR or Mean Gene or Renee as moderator the questions asked would be exactly the same.
Meant to say “questions that are scripted for her”.
guess, it depends on how you watch it, Renee’s reaction to the Dusty tribute..no doubt that Dusty was a personality that was loved and admired by many and he had tremendous influence on wrestling with his visions..
Might be my european “angle view” when I watched that cut back to Renee at MITB..it just felt over the top and scripted to me.
The likes of King, JR or others that actually been there on the side line, would just give more credibility and substance to a sitdown like that, imo, and although scripted, it also matters how you deliver those sripts. And that differs very much in quality on who delivers.
Renee will have worked closely with Dusty in NXT over the past years (plus she is a fan), so I don’t for a second agree that her being upset was anything but a completly legit reaction. It was clear that Corey Graves was also visually upset too.
Regarding Renee as host, why not her? Shouldn’t a host be somewhat impartial?
Attitude.era, I suggest going back and watching that segment with Renee on the pre-show again. They actually didn’t even have the camera on her be ause she was so broken up. She could barely talk while they kept the camera on the crowd and then they quickly cut backstage to give her a few minutes to get herself together. When they finally did go back to the panel on camera she was much more calm.
Also Mark brings up another good point. The interview is about WWF vs WCW. If JR or King were the moderator it would be a WWF guy asking them questions. If it was Bischoff or Mean Gene asking the questions then it would be a WCW guy asking the questions. Renee fits perfect as she was a fan during those days and she is impartial to either side.
That is a good point about her being impartial, I hadn’t thought of it that way….but as for her being a fan, why is this such a big deal?? We ALL were & are fans. If that’s all it takes to be special then I’m turning my application in to WWE right away!
If anything, there’s a WWE shine on that girl, so, I really don’t think one can use the impartial card to vindicate the choice for her to participate in that production.
Look.. I have no problems at all that humans showing and express their real genuine feelings..a lot more in this life we’re living should do that..
And if Renee’s reaction indeed was genuine and real..and among other issues due to her having a close relationship with Dusty, I can fully symphatize with that..
What I have a problem with, is, the surroundings and the circumstances.. She is at work..if she was excused for a minute or two to get a hold of her self when the tribute was finished, I would have a much more deeper respect and understanding for her reaction.
Now, I’m thinking: is this a scripted angle..or is this person yet again over the top reacting?
Again, it will depend on how you look at it..as with all levels of WWE…and at the end of the day, that’s the product’s strongest tool: to blend reality and scripted angles…when done right, they are the best. 🙂
Why do wrestling fans (mostly men) always seem to complain about hot girls being in wrestling. That’s very bizarre to me. Wrestling is a pretty big sausage fest, so I’ve never had a problem with any of the hot girls that have ever been featured on wrestling shows. Thank god Renee Young is the moderator.
Women wrestlers need to be featured a lot more in wrestling. Whether they can wrestle or not doesn’t matter to me (or any of my friends) just as long as they are hot, works for me.
Wrestling is a male driven sport so what the hell is wrong with hot girls being involved. The NBA has cheerleaders and I never hear anybody complaining about that. It really blows my mind that grown men complain about hot girls being involved in something that they love. That’s a win win situation in my book. Wrestling and hot babes (along with beer) is the perfect combination.
Fantastic artwork for the WWE Money In The Bank 2015 dvd for the UK fans & I will not be buying the “Signature Sounds: The Music of WWE” dvd at all
Why not if I may ask? I thought it was a decent little documentary about how the themes chosen to spotlight were put together