REVEALED: Title of WWE’s 2016 RANDY ORTON DVD, Battleground Blu-Ray Extras, Attitude Shipping!

August 5, 2016 by Daniel Bee

WWE Attitude Era Vol. 3: Unreleased DVD - Unseen Stone Cold vs. The Rock Match

We’re just days away from the new “Attitude Era Vol. 3 – Unreleased” DVD/Blu-ray!!

A number of lucky fans in the UK have managed to get their hands on it already — has been shipping out copies early all this week, ahead of the official release next week.

WWE Attitude Era Vol. 3: Unreleased Blu-ray Photos

If you’re in the UK but still don’t have it, head to this weekend and use promo code “AE10” to receive 10% off the price and a guaranteed free mini-book while stocks last.

Fans in the United States can pick up the Attitude-filled DVD or Blu-ray this coming Tuesday. The “Attitude Era’s Greatest Matches” mini-book is expected to be included with all first run copies!

Among the 30 rare Attitude Era matches and moments featured in the compilation, look out for 2 previously unseen encounters involving The Rock and Steve Austin:

Stone Cold Steve Austin & Cactus Jack vs. The Rock & D’Lo Brown
Madison Square Garden • January 10, 1998

Stone Cold Steve Austin, Cactus Jack & Chainsaw Charlie vs. The Rock & The New Age Outlaws
Meadowlands, NJ • February 22, 1998

WWE Attitude Era Vol. 3: Unreleased Blu-ray Photos

Get your hands on WWE’s “Attitude Era – UNRELEASED” DVD/Blu-ray…

UK/Europe: This Monday! Grab the Attitude Unreleased DVD here on

USA: This Tuesday! Grab the Attitude Unreleased DVD here on

Australia: September 28th. Pre-orders for Attitude Unreleased now live at

Did you see our full match listing reveal for WWE’s 2016 Randy Orton DVD and Blu-ray set?

EXCLUSIVE: Full Match List for WWE’s New Randy Orton DVD, Cover Art for Brock Lesnar Steelbook!

We hear that WWE is working on some more extras and/or video packages to go along with the matches but those are still to be named. can however now exclusively reveal the official title planned for the (abruptly scheduled) Home Video release…

“Randy Orton – RKO Outta Nowhere”

As reported, the November WWE DVD offering will replace “OMG! ECW’s Craziest Moments” that was previously in this same slot. Looking on, you’ll see that the ECW product listings are still active right now but they are expected to change over in the coming weeks.

WWE 2016 Randy Orton DVD & Blu-ray - Logo

Release Dates for WWE’s new “RANDY ORTON – RKO Outta Nowhere” DVD & Blu-ray where you are…

UK/Europe: November 14th. Look for the new RKO DVD/Blu-ray soon on

USA: November 15th. Pre-order the new RKO DVD/Blu-ray now here on

Australia: TBA. Your chance to pre-order is coming soon via

As was the case with Money in the Bank 2016, we can confirm that the new Battleground 2016 DVD will NOT contain any extra features when it hits stores later this month.

The Blu-ray edition (out next month exclusively in the UK) once again comes to the rescue as this will feature extras, including the Ambrose vs. Rollins title match from the first SmackDown Live.

Get it on Amazon UK:

— The Highlight Reel w/ Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn
Monday Night RAW • June 27, 2016

— John Cena Finds Backup in “Certified G’s”
Monday Night RAW • July 4, 2016

WWE Championship Match
Dean Ambrose vs. Seth Rollins
SmackDown Live • July 19, 2016

WWE Battleground 2016 Blu-ray - Cover Artwork Revealed

Kayfabe Commentaries will be releasing a new DVD interview with Raven later this month in “Breaking Kayfabe: Scott Levy” — check out a free 7 minute preview clip below!

That’s not the only Home Video project Raven is involved with as he will also be one of the hosts of the upcoming Hardcore-themed WWE DVD and Blu-ray set that’s out in September.

In other Kayfabe news, Kevin Nash was brought in for a new “Guest Booker” so expect that soon.

Kevin Nash Filming Kayfabe Commentaries 'Guest Booker' DVD

RARE STUFF: Our weekend watching of eBay goodies this week finds copies of both the tricky-to-find Judgment Day 2002 and Vengeance 2002 DVDs in auctions expiring soon! Lots of bids and interest already but here are the links if you still need to grab them for your collection:

$62.00Vengeance 2002 DVD
$76.00Judgment Day 2002 DVD

Rare WWE DVDs - Judgment Day 2002 & Vengeance 2002
Massive Collection of WWE Wrestling DVDs

Those rarities join a few others going cheap this weekend…

$7.50WWF Royal Rumble 2002 DVD
$10.00Triple H: That Damn Good DVD
$12.00WWF Survivor Series 2000 DVD

With several nice prices on DVDs, including the big RAW box set…

$5.50The Best of Sting DVD
$5.99Ring in the Holiday DVD
$9.01Eric Bischoff: Most Controversial DVD
$9.01U.S. Championship: Legacy of Greatness DVD
$19.99RAW 20th Anniversary DVD Box Set

Blu-ray bargains too, including Jerry Lawler and NXT…

$4.99Greatest Rivalries: Shawn vs. Bret Blu-ray (Sealed)
$5.00Jerry Lawler: It’s Good To Be The King Blu-ray
$6.50nWo: The Revolution Blu-ray
$15.99Monday Night War Vol. 2: Know Your Role Blu-ray
$19.99NXT Greatest Matches Vol. 1 Blu-ray

And this lot will give you an instant massive WWE DVD collection…

$225.99Huge Lot of Nearly 100 Wrestling DVDs

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  1. Donald says:

    Don’t judge a dvd by its name… you all should learn how to not only use proper grammar, but to appreciate products instead of criticizing them. LP1 and Todd, you’re both off the hook. Hahaha.

  2. Tommy D says:

    What the hell kinda name is that for a dvd or bluray? May wanna try a bit harder -_-

    The title is just as bad as Lesnar’s upcoming set which sounds more like a gym quote. But rko outta nowhere is completely laughable.

  3. LP1 says:

    So it looks like including the pre-show matches on PPV releases is a thing of the past now. That’s unfortunate. Still no excuse for not putting them on thr Blu-ray release at least, since it has more than enough room to fit it.

    • RabidHeat says:

      It is really crap; I’ve always personally treated the pre-show/Heat matches as part of the actual card, so I feel like all events are being released in an incomplete form now. Everyone that happened on that night that was filmed should be included.

      • LP1 says:

        I agree completely. The reason for the change is because WWE decided to start having 3 and 1/2 hour PPVs instead of 3 hours. No idea why. And from what I hear, SummerSlam will be a 4 and 1/2 hour PPV, not to mention the 1 hour pre-show. In which case they should either start releasing every PPV on BR in the US or at least switch to 2 disc DVDs.

  4. RabidHeat says:

    Lol,mothered seriously gonna name his DVD set after that YouTube/Meme craze?

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