Store Exclusive WrestleMania 29 DVD Revealed, Foley Issue, Rare WWE DVDs

May 5, 2013 by Daniel Bee

WWE Top 25 Rivalries in Wrestling History DVD

In case you missed it, The Top 25 Rivalries in Wrestling History has now been listed for pre-order here on That’s available on DVD and Blu-ray formats and is the next release this month following WrestleMania 29.

We can now reveal that one store exclusive for the WrestleMania 29 DVD will have a limited edition dog tag bundled in. We can’t yet confirm which store will stock this, but as you probably recall FYE has offered a dog tag version each year since the WrestleMania 26 DVD and therefore it’s very likely that will remain the case this time around.

WWE WrestleMania 29 DVD FYE Store Exclusive Dog Tag

If that exclusive or the recently announced WWEShop packages don’t excite you, the standalone WrestleMania 29 DVD and Blu-ray editions can be pre-ordered from $19.99 on Amazon using the widgets below. We are just nine days away from release day.


Here are some stand-out WWE DVD auctions to track, all expiring in the next few days.

WWEDVDNews eBay Watch

WrestleMania X-Seven – $31, three days remaining. Worth keeping an eye on because these have been selling up to and over $100 as of late.

Judgment Day 2002 – A rare DVD you must already be aware is scarcely seen for sale, currently $56 and not long to go!

WrestleMania 18 – At $5 with just hours remaining this could be a steal.

WrestleMania 16 – Same applies here with this one, $14 right now.

Tagged Classics – This seller has lots of the UK exclusive Tagged Classics available to US buyers and they are being auctioned off for cheap prices. Great if you can play Region 2.

Hell in a Cell 2010 – Can’t go far wrong with a $1 WWE Blu-ray.

Chris Benoit Hard Knocks – Potentially great price on this OOP DVD, $3.75 current bid.

Out-Of-Print Discs – No cases but lots of great rare DVDs to be had like WM15.

Rock Just Bring It (2 Disc) – Another potential steal at $4.99 for the two disc version.

Ultimate Warrior (2 Disc) – $19.99 is a bit steep considering the cheap FYE sightings but if you can’t find it, well here it is.

WM Anthology Box – Great if you’ve got the Anthology volumes but no outer box.

For All Mankind + Socko – Unlikely to stay $2.55(!) but not much time left.

Undertaker My Yard 1) and 2) – Great ways getting this rare WWF DVD for $0.99 – $9.99.

Divas Lot – $20 for all those, including WWF Tropical Pleasure & Divas Search aint bad.

Triple H That Damn Good – Simply worth $12.99 for this rare WWF/WWE DVD.

Trish Stratus (Collector’s Edition) – Prices are down lately ($200+ before), grab it at $100.

WrestleMania 24 Blu-ray 1) and 2) – Prices only going up for this one. Two chances.

WrestleMania Lot – Last a not very well described lot of 19 WM DVDs/Blu-rays for a steal price. Lucky day for whoever spots it first.

Bret Hart: The Dungeon Collection will finally hit UK/Europe this month, on May 13th. You can pre-order your DVD or Blu-ray here on Below is a new preview clip.

More news for UK fans – the WWE Studios movies The Reunion, Inside Out and Bending the Rules will be released to Europe on DVD and Blu-ray for the first time ever from July.

Anyone pre-ordering The Reunion at will be entered into a draw to win one of two John Cena signed, framed Reunion cover sleeves. These will be personalised to the winners and contain the sleeve, discs and COA all professionally framed. Winners also get a big bundle of Cena merchandise on top so this is quite the prize!

WWE The Reunion John Cena Movie

Mick Foley and Vader shared some comments on Twitter recently about the new “For All Mankind” DVD and Blu-ray. Foley praised Vader for his contributions to the documentary piece. As you may know, one chapter of the biography is devoted to Vader and their feud, however, there were no Foley/Vader matches included on the set.

Currently, for reasons unknown, the Blu-ray edition of the new Mick Foley feature (the version with Mr. Socko bundled in) is listed as “Under Review” on Amazon and unavailable to purchase. You can take a look at that over here. It is possible Amazon were mistakenly sending out copies without the bonus item included. The full message reads as follows.

Item Under Review

While this item is available from other marketplace sellers on this page, it is not currently offered by because customers have told us there may be something wrong with our inventory of the item, the way we are shipping it, or the way it’s described here. (Thanks for the tip!)

We’re working to fix the problem as quickly as possible.

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  1. in a follow-up, YouTube user AssaultAndBattery777 has a video where he too ordered the Foley Blu-Ray & he didn’t get Mr. Socko with his copy. Here’s the link to his video:

  2. I also want to point out that I ordered the Foley Blu-Ray on & they also have ran out of the Mr. Sockos that would come with either the DVD or Blu-Ray

  3. THOMAS says:

    there is a photo of WWF InVasIon 2001 dvd as well, the event is not even mentioned in the list

  4. NONAMEHERE says:

    Any word on edits to the Mania DVD/Blu-Ray?

  5. WWEBluFan says:

    Do auction lots like the above “discs, but no cases” and “case, but no discs” actually have value on the secondary market? I only ask because I long ago moved all my old WWF DVDs to 6-disc blu cases with custom printed case art. Huge space saver! The original DVD cases are all sitting in a box mint somewhere. Pretty much every DVD release from 1999-2002 too. Wonder if I could actually get some money for them…

  6. HardeepAsrani says:

    No polls in this post. :'(

    • Harry Faversham says:

      I think the polls are a great feature, especially for things that get debated a lot, DVD covers etc. I would like to see more of them.

    • Daniel Bee says:

      What did ya want a poll about?

      How old does Bret look to you?

      …? 🙂

      • Harry Faversham says:

        Tough one, but I’d say he looks like he’s approaching 60. The stroke added a few years to him I think. He looked fine before that. I think he’s actually mid 50s but looks about 60. He looked much better on the Greatest Rivalries DVD but time will put a sharpshooter on us all. (I know the possibilities for changing the move in that last sentence are endless). Thanks for the video by the way. Excellently executed.

  7. Harry Faversham says:

    Its been a long wait for the Dungeon Collection! Looking forward to that one to say the least.

  8. Luke says:

    No problems w/my Foley Blu-Ray Socko Edition from Amazon. Got it the day after the official release.

  9. Jordan says:

    The Amazon issue might be the reason I’m about to send mine back. I received my copy on the release date and the case is cracked all over. Normally this would be clear to see before opening it up, but because of the Socko puppet covering everything, there’s no way to know that it’s broken until you open the package and take the sock off. I ordered mine w/ 2-day shipping so it was shipped in pretty high quality packaging, so it could be that the stock they sent had been dropped or damage before they sent them out. Maybe?

  10. Velvita says:

    Sorry for the people on amazon sucks when you have to wait for new movies

  11. Wonderllama says:

    Vader vs. Cactus Jack from Halloween Havoc has Jesse Ventura on commentary… I’m thinking that the main reason it was left out. Normally that’s edited. Some alternate commentary could have helped… oh well