WWE Stone Cold Bottom Line DVD – Extended Trailer, Runtimes, TV-14?

October 22, 2011 by Daniel Bee

– WWE has now released an extended trailer for their upcoming Stone Cold Steve Austin: Bottom Line on the Most Popular Superstar of All Time DVD and Blu-ray release.

Go watch the clip at WWE.com!


It is confirmed via BBFC that the documentary main feature for “The Bottom Line” runs for 2 hours and 31 minutes. The whole DVD runs 9.5 hours, and the Blu-ray 12.5 hours.

The set will be rated 18 in the UK, and therefore will likely be TV-14 in the US. Get your copy.

– The first major WWE DVD of 2012, revealed by WWEDVDNews recently, is now available to pre-order for January over here. Raw and Smackdown: The Best of 2011 will be released as a 4-Disc DVD and 3-Disc Blu-ray.

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  1. HazzaF5 says:

    I remember getting that Attitude set, 9 years ago in a nice little box set that had the WWE logo on it, think it was ordered from a catalogue and I recieved it for Xmas.
    Never really thought much of it as back then I wasn’t really into wrestling dvds, and had most of them on VHS already.

    It is now one of my prized possessions haha

  2. SRB says:

    I really dont know if im alone here, but when i first heard about this set i was beyond excited, i thought about the possiblity of having an essential collection on SCSA and it was an absolute must. The promos, the matches, the revisiting of the attitude era and his classic work in WCW. As time has gone on i have completely lost faith and hope in this set. Again, i may be completely alone, but besides the documentary i am not at all excited about it. I feel like WWE took an amazing, necessary release and didnt do much with it at all and offered nothing new as far as potential. WWE skipped so many years and so many great moments that could have put this set over the top. I could be wrong about this set, but i also do not believe Austin himself chose these matches. I believe he did have a say and an opinion, but everyone knows WWE is truly the final say when putting money into a release and putting their brand name on it and i say this because this set is comparable to most other recent WWE releases as it has not many gems, more show than tell and tons of hype but overall failed content. I take full credit in saying i could be wrong about the set, i just dont have a great feeling about it.

  3. Steve says:

    i mean, it’s right on par with their recent releases being much more than only a few minutes short of the 3 hour mark per disc. i guess the bluray is still pretty normal at about 4 hours per disc

  4. Steve says:

    not very lengthy considering it’s a 4 dvd/3 bluray set. still looking forward to it though

  5. SRB says:

    I spoke to Austin very recently about his match selection and why he chose thr segments he did. His response, If you cant see with your stupid little eyes, then open up your ears and I’ll tell ya. These matches and promos were the best, they were the best then and are the best today. If you dont like it then this set ain’t for you. Did I stutter? Eh eh!

  6. @williamwwe says:



  7. I have been the ref for most of steves matches and I feel that I was and still am the greatest ref in history, I respect steve more than any 1 in this sport.

  8. Anonymous says:

    The reason Wargames and SummerSlam were probably left is because Austin didn’t want them on there. It says that AUSTIN HIMSELF picked all the matches. Go complain to him if you have beef with WWE’s match selection

  9. Dave says:


    It’s nothing to do with blood…it’s rated TV14 anyways. I don’t get why people use this excuse, almost anything WWE does it’s because of the PG rating. If you people didn’t know Smackdown has been PG since 1999, nothing new.

    WWE has released many DVDs since the change to PG and matches have included blood.

  10. @Williamwwe says:

    I think its a blood issue as to why wargames 92 and summerslam 01 were left off. Accually maybe I will get it since I love the Attitude era and
    tired of tracking down old PPV’s.

  11. Dave says:

    2.5 hour Stone Cold documentary sounds awesome! The Blu-ray running 12.5 hours sounds amazing! Definitely picking this up, looks like a must have.

  12. Vincenzzzzzo says:

    The Bluray version is a must. I’m going to buy a Bluray player just for Bret vs Shawn and Austin sets.

  13. Mark D says:

    The Amazon preview video said that it would be TV14 (with Language & Violence) 😉

  14. John McClaine says:

    Stone Cold Bluray looks like a must have!!! So pumped to get this!!!!

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