REVEALED: Official Trailer (And Updated Cover Art) for WWE’s ‘BEST OF THE 2000s’ 4-Disc DVD Set

March 8, 2017 by Daniel Bee

Commissioner Mick Foley Hosting WWE 'BEST OF 2000s' DVD!

The official trailer for the “Best of Al Snow” DVD — no, “BEST OF 2000s” DVD, has arrived!

WWE Home Video’s compilation on the 2000s will feature 10 HOURS of content over 4 DISCS, and you can now check out the trailer featuring a “Commissioner”-clad Mick Foley exclusively here — right here at

Like what you see? Then click here to to lock in your pre-order for WWE’s new “BEST OF 2000s” DVD now, or if you’re in the United Kingdom here to

We can also confirm a change to the box art planned for the release; the image of Randy Orton has been altered (presumed to be a mistake in the previous reveal) and instead extends to the spine of the packaging, in addition to Rey Mysterio now joining the line-up of WWE Superstars.

This will be the cover you’ll see in stores come April, and that’s…. final!

WWE 'BEST OF 2000s' DVD - Final Cover Artwork

The 2000’s was an exciting time for WWE. The Attitude Era was reaching its conclusion, new Superstars were beginning to make their presence known, and for the first time in history, both RAW and SmackDown had their own unique rosters.

Now you can relive this period of sports entertainment with WWE’s Best of The 2000’s. Featuring Superstars such as John Cena, Triple H, Batista, Chris Jericho, Edge, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Booker T, Shawn Michaels, Undertaker and more!

WWE 'BEST OF 2000s' DVD - Box Art Revealed!

Get your hands on the new, 4-DISC WWE “BEST OF THE 2000’s” DVD…

UK/Europe: April 24th. Pre-order the WWE 2000’s DVD right now here on

USA: April 25th. Lock in your pre-order for the WWE 2000’s DVD here on

Australia: May 24th. Your pre-order opportunity just went live over at

Royal Rumble 2017 just landed in stores this week across the United States!

The 2-disc DVD set is in stock and shipping now here on; the Blu-ray edition has already gone out of stock on the site, however WWEShop has now listed it for purchase here.

In addition to the Rock trading card we noted as being included as a freebie, first-run copies of the DVD also include a mini-Fathead sticker of The Undertaker, as pictured below.

Thanks to WDN readers Kevin Edwards and Jordan Deleo.

WWE Royal Rumble 2017 DVD - Free Undertaker Fathead Sticker

The next incoming WWE DVD is the Jetsons animated crossover, but if you’re looking for something a little more “extreme” next Tuesday be sure to stop by

On that day, “YouShoot: Tod Gordon” will be released on DVD, download and instant streaming, featuring an anything-goes shoot interview with the founder of ECW.

ECW Promo for 'YouShoot: Tod Gordon' DVD, Kayfabe Commentaries

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  1. Daniel Wissert says:

    They should produce a Blu Ray of The Best Of “Face Paint Wrestlers” of All Time…

    (Rare and Unreleased Matches, and Moments)
    Ultimate Warrior, Sting, Legion of Doom, Great Muta, Demolition, Boogieman, Jeff Hardy, Doink The Clown, Papa Shango, and more.

  2. Steve says:

    Garbage waste of a release and no Blu Ray.

  3. RabidHeat says:

    I reckon it was the “cupping Angle’s balls” comment on here that got them to change it.

  4. Foley Is Good says:

    Does the Undertaker Fathead come in the Royal Rumble Blu-ray. My nephew would love that.

  5. mememememe says:

    That looks much better.

    Hopefully we hear more about the second half of 2017 soon. It’s been a much longer wait than last year was.

  6. Darryal Christie says:

    Rick rude should get a DVD set.

  7. Patrick Mcnamara says:

    Why does Mick Foley constantly belittle Al Snow? Does that really make him a bigger star? I mean come on. Mick is a 3 time WWE CHAMPION. 1st ever Hardcore champion. He’s in the Hall of Fame. So why is he such a dick to Al Snow? How does that help his legacy? I think WWE should write Mick Foley off as Raw General Manager. And they should do it by Brock Lesnar literally destroying Mick Foley in route to his main event match at WRESTLEMANIA 33 against Goldberg for the WWE UNIVERSAL championship.

    • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

      Actually.. if there is one person in the world that legit respects Al Snow – the charachter and the man behind Al Snow – it is Mick. Do not take it as anything else than love for Al. 🙂

    • LP1 says:

      Foley and Snow are friends. Whenever Foley takes a shot at Al, it’s just a joke betweeb them. Just ribbing, nothing more.

    • RabidHeat says:

      Lol @ this guy getting all heated over jokes between friends.

  8. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

    One of these days, Mick’s gonna get Head…if you know what I mean! 😉

    Scary thing is: Best of Al Snow would actually be a lot more entertaining than the planned up coming Seth and KO sets.

    • Mr James Billington says:

      Can you list your 3 disc, 8 hour Best of Al Snow matches please.

      • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

        Pay, and we can Play… please! -lol-

      • MDM Projects says:

        Hmm … it’d take a long time to get specifics but, in fairness, there are actually some really good options for matches fora best of Al, providing WWE have the rights to a load of old pre-WWE footage. As examples:

        The multitude of Al Snow vs Sabu matches from the 90’s
        Al Snow vs Marty Jannetty (SMW Superbowl of Wrestling, which also featured Undertkaer vs Unabomb [Kane] what I beleive was the first time)
        Al Snow vs Marty vs Bruiser Bedlam
        Al Snow vs Too Cold Scorpio
        Al Snow vs Shane Douglas
        Al Snow/Unabomb vs Rock n Roll Express
        Al Snow vs Brad Armstrong
        Al Snow vs Osamu Nishimura (pre-Head ECW)

        The key would be in going back to show his work before the Avatar debacle. Even after that though, there are some forgotten gems including two matches with HBK (one as Leif Cassidy and one as Shinobi), a match with Bret Hart (again as Cassidy). There were even some decent TV matches from the Head era with the likes of D’Lo Brown.

        You could even, just for a laugh, go back to his actual WWF debut in 1993 as a jobber named Steve Moore against Undertaker on Wrestling Challenge.

        So yeah, while I wouldn’t necessarily pin it as instantly more entertaining than a Seth or KO set, there would actually be some decent footage that could be used in a best of Al Snow set that would make it far more entertaining that Mick Foley’s jokes would have you believe.

        • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

          Love your possible picks.. 🙂

          I just find Al’s Head-charachter – and just about all the others from the Attitude and Ruthless Agression Eras – to be much more entertaining and substantial, than todays performers.

          Wrestling abilities might be stronger with KO and Seth..but for me, it really does not matter, if the charachters are boring and copies of others (Seth is so much a new HHH). Al’s charachter with Head was and still is so original as something can be. That for me is entertainment, when you dare to do something out of the ordinary.

          • MDM Projects says:

            I did love the Head gimmick. But then, I really liked his pre-WWF stuff too. He was a great heel in SMW, and his harder hitting stuff (like vs Benoit at ECW Double Tables) was also entertaining.

            From a personal standpoint, I don’t find Seth Rollins or Kevin Owens boring. If anything, I would class them as among the more entertaining members of the roster. For me, there are plenty of entertaining characters out there, it just comes down to what sort of things you like. But then, that’s personal opinion, nothing more.

          • RabidHeat says:

            I’m sorry, but this argument for Al Snow’s character over the likes of KO and Rollins is making me LOL, haha.

        • Mr James Billington says:

          Watch the dollars roll in

          • MDM Projects says:

            Ha. To be fair, I never said it would be a money maker, just that there is plenty of decent footage. I’m sure that myself and a handful of others would purchase it though, so the distributors may just about make enough profit to grab a Starbucks.

          • Foley Is Good says:


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