Trailer for WWE Best of In Your House DVD, WrestleMania Re-Release, Prizes

May 1, 2013 by Daniel Bee

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WWE have today revealed the official trailer for The Best of In Your House. The DVD and Blu-ray were released to the United States yesterday. Get yours by clicking here.

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The recently speculated WrestleMania 25 DVD re-release has been spotted at Walmart. This is a full 3-Disc version in a slim case. Reportedly the back cover has a 2013 copyright notice and advertising for WWE’s social media platforms. Thanks to Caz for the pics.

WWE WrestleMania 25 DVD Re-Release Walmart
WWE WrestleMania 25 DVD Re-Release Walmart

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  1. WrastlinnDVDCollector!! says:

    Bret’s DVD is easily the best DVD Out this year, Abs Fantastic and joy to watch, If your a Collector you need to get it, Some of the Storytelling in the Ring by Bret is Gold and Bret intertwining before some the matches with his input is fantastic i could listen to the guy talking about wrestling all day, When i watched the Sit Down between Bret and Shawn in the Rivalries Blu-ray, that time i was also enthralled and in fact since im typing this comment i will watch that blu-ray again later this week.
    Pick up the Bret DVD ASAP
    P+S Watched Foley’s DVD and even though the Documentary is fantastic and really well done it still doesn’t hold a Candle to Bret Hart Dungeon Collection DVD,
    If i had to pick between the 2 i would pick Bret’s DVD by far but pay the extra to get it on Blu-ray with 4 extra matches..

  2. neverAcquiesce says:

    Was watching the Shawn/Diesel match this afternoon at lunch, remembering just how much I love it, and then…they cut out Diesel choking Hebner with his tape. Then they cut out him placing Earl’s belt around Shawn’s neck and hanging him from the ropes.


    I’ve read they also edit the Final Four match to remove another bit of choking. Disappointed is an understatement.

    • Simon says:

      Thanks for the info. Was on the fence about ordering this, but if those types of edits are included, I know not to waste my money.

    • Double S says:

      Thankfully, the Shawn/Diesel match is in full non-edit mode on the Shawn Michaels: From the Vault DVD.

      • neverAcquiesce says:

        Yeah, that’s definitely a keeper.

      • Kenny says:

        It’s also on the OMG DVD as well, with the pre-match interviews included that aren’t shown on the From the Vault DVD.

        I just picked up this DVD, but haven’t had a chance to check it out yet. Thanks for the heads-up. I’m very disappointed in these edits they insist on making. I understand the idea behind it, but it’s very unnecessary.

  3. miz4life says:

    How much for WM 25 at walmart?

  4. LP1 says:

    The whole blurring of the logos situation is just completely childish. It seems like the Wildlife Fund people were sitting around last year when WWE worked out a new deal with them and trying to think of ways to screw with WWE just to make themselves laugh. “Let’s allow them to use their scratch logo again, but we’ll put new insipid limitations on them. Just because. Ha ha!”

    It’s like the Wildlife Fund told WWE “You can use your logos here, but not here. And you can use them there, but not there.” It’s really dumb. They’re allowed to use any logos they want as long as they are in the body of an archived event/release, but they can’t show the logos(no matter how small or nearly visible they are) in the commercials for those releases. They also can’t use the logos, which now include the old block logos, in any way on their website or in magazines. Meanwhile the old block logos have been OK to use for the last 10 years. Not to mention, to the best of my knowledge, the WWF block logos were never a part of the original lawsuit and there was never an issue with them before.

    It further backs up my theory that the Wildlife Fund are just being childish. I get the feeling they allowed WWE the right to use the scratch logo again with the stipulation that they can no longer use ANY WWF logos in any place other than the body of a video release. At this point it just makes the Wildlife Fund come across as doing this just to see how much WWE will bend over backwards for them.

    WWE already changed the name of their company, changed their logo, have pretty much ruined 10 years worth of video releases with the blurring and sound edits of “WWF”. Now 10 years later they still want to be petty about it. I can understand not wanting WWE to go back to being called the WWF. That wasn’t going to happen anyway. There’s too much invested in the WWE name over the last 11 years. The least they can do is let them use any of the old WWF logos in any form of media they want without any censoring when it comes to old photos or videos. Just my opinion.

    • Bobby says:

      Simply put, they can’t market the logos, which includes showing them in commercials.

    • Dude says:

      I’m sorry, I wasn’t listening.

    • NoNoYesYes!! says:

      Its only Commercial’s on Youtube that they have to blur the logo, At least you lot in America can now get the scratch logo unedited and footage unblurred and no bleeping of the intials WWF, So i dont see the need to complain after all these years and a hundreds of releases having footage from the attitude era blurred, Fans like us in the UK were very lucky with the tagged classic ppvs and having the original footage and no blurring, What difference is it going to make if they did not blur the wwf logo on commercial’s for dvds, is it going to give the extra edge to buy a dvd or blu-ray, Your entitled to your opinion but i really dont see the point in complain about this particular subject when its not even a matter anymore like it use to be on previous releases before they were allow to use the WWF Scratch logo,
      neverAcquiesce comment is bit more relevant because they are editing out stupid things like choking on new releases, i just watched the shawn vs diesel match from in your house 7 on the OMG Top 50 Incidents in WWE History Blu-ray and they dont edit out the choking.
      This aint the first time, i also was watching the NWO Revolution blu-ray and in the Hogan v Piper match from Superbrawl 7 when piper is choking hogan outside of the ring with his shirt they dont show it properly they kinda show shots from the crowd perspective and you can barely see piper choking hogan and one point they showed shots of the crowd which you could blatantly tell the put in just at the start when piper was choking hogan in the ring, i spotted this in a quick instance it was so obvious they did edits there, but that match was rubbish anyway lol
      Not a big deal but things like these can be picked out by Fans shows WWE dont do a good job of editing out something to their liking, What difference is going to make if they left in the Choking what worse could happen if Kid is watching a match where a particular wrestler is choking another wrestler, they going to start doing it to someone else aswell cause they might think its cool, No cause the World out there and the People in it and the stuff that happens is far worse then watching a Wrestling Match where a Wrestler choking another Wrestler,
      WWE Logic sometimes is so thick they really dont know what they are doing sometimes!!

    • Kenny says:

      Let’s look at this rationally and objectively. The WWF (World Wildlife Fund) was well within their bounds for their lawsuit. It wasn’t anything to “screw” with WWE. Vince signed a contract, Vince chose to violate the terms of the contract, and the Fund took them to court over their grievances. WWF has much more important business to tend to than wasting their time by making life difficult for WWE. Like any business, they have to protect their interests. And it really rubs me the wrong way when I see wrestling fans blindly attacking the WWF and defending WWE in a case where WWE was really in the wrong if you were to sit down and consider all of the issues involved. It is ok to admit that WWE has done wrong and suffered the consequences and still be a fan of WWE. That does NOT make you a bad person.

      There are areas that WWE can’t use the scratch logo; in commercials for instance, because that would be using the logo to promote current business and make money, which is not allowed. They can use it on the DVDs, in documentaries and match footage, though. That is perfectly fine by me. That’s all I really ask for. It removes the necessity of those annoying blurs that we’ve seen that, I agree, have really taken something away from some otherwise awesome DVDs.

      Fact is Vince McMahon and WWE didn’t EVER have to do all that blurring that we’ve seen for the past decade. It was all very unnecessary. The fact that ten years later WWF was willing to do business and allow WWE do this says that they are willing to work with them. If Vince wasn’t so stubborn, this could’ve done ten years ago and none of that annoying blurring and needless sound editing would’ve been done. That’s just Vince being Vince. That’s not any fault of the WWF.

      As far as the block logos, the WWF has no control over that. Any editing of the block logos is purely WWE’s call. I have an idea why, but I don’t know how to clearly explain it yet, as weird as that sounds. I find the editing of the block logo very strange, but knowing that WWF has no say in that one, that tells me that this is a WWE decision and any frustration should be aimed at them and nowhere else.

  5. Simon says:

    In the trailer, the new generation and attitude era WWF logos are blurred – is this the case on the final product itself too? Or are they just being lazy and using already-blurred footaged for the commercial? Pretty annoying that we’re still worrying about this, thought it had been sorted out months ago.

    • Paul says:

      nothing is blurred or bleeped on any dvd or blu ray anymore including the in your house set so no worries! Not sure why they do it on the commercials. its archived footage so it baffles me too.

      • Simon says:

        Thanks for the reply and the info, much appreciated.

      • Daniel Bee says:

        I think they are not allowed to show unedited logos in new promotional material like a trailer. Anything there to sell a product basically. When using the footage wholly as originally shown it looks like there’s no problem.

    • Leonard says:

      It’s probably the latter. I remember while watching The Attitude Era there were a few parts where the scratch logos were still blurred and then in the next segment no blur. You would think they would have 2 copies of every clip – the original and the blurred.

  6. Sean says:

    I already have Bret Hart Dungeon Collection and For All Mankind with Mr Socko so whatever lol

    • Daniel Bee says:

      Once in a while I read a comment that makes it all seem worth it. This is not that comment. 😉

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