At the beginning of this year we heard of a reunion show with The Kliq (Triple H, Kevin Nash, Shawn Michaels, Scott Hall, and Sean Waltman) planned and in the works.
We were however instructed to keep that quiet while the final details were confirmed, such as whether it would be a WWE Network offering or a physical DVD and Blu-ray release.
It turns out it will be both – a WWE Network show and an expanded Home Video.
“The Kliq Rules” will, as of now, be a 3 disc DVD set and a 2 disc Blu-ray set. On there will be a reunion show (expected to air on the WWE Network soon), a new documentary feature, and likely also a compilation of matches and moments involving members of The Kliq.
We first heard of the reunion going ahead for September but the scheduled release date of the DVD, according to Amazon (link below), is July 28th. It looks like WWE have recently green-lighted the project and pushed it forward for both the Network and Home Video.
WWE’s plans to bring back the WCW Nitro DVD and Blu-ray series (along with DDP as host) have been known about since late on last year – but it’s now official!
“The Best of WCW Monday Nitro: Vol. 3” has just gone up here on Amazon.com.
The scheduled release date is August 11th. We previously heard that Nitro Vol. 3 was penciled in for release in September, so this one may also have been pushed forward slightly.
Heads up, you can get “The Best of Sting”, the newly released TNA DVD compilation, for the lowest price of only $17.99 with FREE shipping included, here on eBay.com.
That saves you the $6 shipping fee that the official ShopTNA website charges.
The 3 hour DVD includes 8 matches between 2006 and 2011 during Sting’s run with TNA Wrestling, and naturally it has been released now to capitalize on his name value in WWE.
Fans in the UK and Europe will get the new Sting DVD in June.
Kayfabe Commentaries’ latest DVD offering is a “Breaking Kayfabe” shoot, with guest Terry “Sabu” Brunk. It released this week both via DVD and streaming On Demand.
The DVD is available to buy now through KayfabeCommentaries.com.
Below is the DVD’s synopsis and the official trailer to watch!
Join Sean Oliver as he peels away the layers of Brunk and we meet the man with a historic wrestling family legacy, and a man living with the pain of being one of wrestling’s most death-defying athletes.
Here is a complex man, wrapped in the pride he has for what he’s done, the pain for things he’s done, and the realization that the end is near.
WWE’s new “Ultimate Warrior: Always Believe” Home Video also released this week. First run copies of both format, DVD or Blu-ray, come with the free mini-poster. Got yours yet?
As reported, the main feature is a 1 hour, 30 minute extended version of the WWE Network special on Warrior with new footage and interviews added. That’s joined by more than 20 matches and over 40 promo segments – 7 hours on DVD and nearly 9 hours on Blu-ray!
Fans in the UK and Europe will get the new Warrior DVD this coming Monday.