Macho Madness is on a roll. And it can’t be stopped! The trailer for “Randy Savage Unreleased – The Unseen Matches of the Macho Man” has arrived and it’s too hot to handle and too cold to hold!
It gives us a first glimpse of the hidden gems included as well as a sneak peek at the newly-filmed host segments with Corey Graves, Bayley, Diamond Dallas Page and Sean Mooney.
WWE’s anticipated, next installment of their UNRELEASED DVD series will hit stores this time next month and it will unearth more than 40 never-before-released matches and moments involving “Macho Man” Randy Savage, all across a 3-disc set that contains nearly 9 hours of footage.
In another WrestlingDVDNetwork.com exclusive check out the official trailer right now, dig it!
Feel the Macho Madness! “Macho Man” Randy Savage is one of the most colorful and unique characters to ever step foot in WWE.
For the first time ever, Macho Man’s hidden gems and never-before-released matches from the vault are being unearthed for the WWE Universe’s viewing pleasure. Witness matchups against fellow WWE Hall of Famers, such as Yokozuna, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Ricky “The Dragon” Steamboat, “Nature Boy” Ric Flair, Jake “The Snake” Roberts, and so much more!
This collection is too hot to handle and too cold to hold! Ooooh yeah! Dig it!
Grab a copy of WWE’s new “RANDY SAVAGE UNRELEASED” DVD on…
– UK/Europe: May 28th. Pre-order your new Macho Man DVD right now on Amazon.co.uk.
– USA: May 29th. Pre-order your new Macho Man DVD very soon here on Amazon.com.
– Australia: July 18th. Your Macho Man pre-order opportunity is now live at Madman.com.au.
But before Macho Man gets here, another highly anticipated WWE DVD arrives THIS WEEK!
We’re talking about “Twist of Fate: The Best of the Hardy Boyz”, the first-ever WWE Home Video release to include TNA footage in its content, and that’s alongside nearly 30 matches essential to any collection of Matt and Jeff Hardy’s greatest matches of their WWE careers to date.
If you’re in the UK you can already get your hands on the 3-disc set because it’s out today! Grab a copy now here on Amazon.co.uk – it features two cover designs by way of a reversible sleeve.
The new Hardys DVD follows to fans in the United States tomorrow.
Photo credit: @KurtMCR
“What’s going on with WWE DVDs in Canada?”
That’s what we’re being asked daily by Canadian readers of WrestlingDVDNetwork.com because fans in Canada have been unable to purchase the new “RAW 25th Anniversary” DVD nor any other 2018 WWE DVD released since that one, whether online or in store.
A source has noted to us that WWE have recently changed “suppliers” in the country (presumably meaning distributors of their DVD/Blu-ray/digital video products) and that the release turnover has took a hit as a result, hence why nothing new has surfaced lately through Amazon and other retailers.
This is not confirmed yet and by no means a definitive answer but it does look like for now WWE DVDs in Canada are in somewhat of a transitional period – with new titles expected soon.
For those curious, the relationship between WWE Home Video and the Canadian distributor KOCH Entertainment, later purchased by Entertainment One, appears to have begun way back in 1998.
EBAY WATCH: This week in eBay auctions for WWE DVD goodies you have a chance to get hold of the original Hardy Boyz DVD, the rare Judgment Day 2002 DVD and the granddaddy of them all, WrestleMania X-Seven!
$0.99 – WWF Hardy Boyz: Leap of Faith DVD
$2.99 – WWF SummerSlam 1999 DVD
$5.10 – WWF Attitude Collection: TLC DVD
$6.49 – WWE/WWF nWo: Back in Black DVD
$16.50 – WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD
$45.00 – Judgment Day 2002 DVD
These more current titles are also going cheap…
$3.45 – WrestleMania 33 DVD
$3.60 – DDP: Positively Living Blu-ray
$3.70 – WWE 24: WrestleMania Monday DVD
$5.50 – Brock Lesnar: Eat. Sleep Conquer. Repeat. Blu-ray (Sealed)
$6.20 – Scott Hall: Living on a Razor’s Edge Blu-ray
$6.50 – Royal Rumble 2018 DVD
And “lots”, “lots” more…
$2.25 – Big Lot of 26 WWE PPV DVDs & Blu-rays
$4.25 – Big Lot of 14 WWE DVDs (Chris Jericho, DX, Mick Foley, Starrcade…)
$4.25 – Lot of 5 WWE DVDs (Bret Hart, Stone Cold. Greatest HIAC Matches…)
$6.00 – Lot of 4 WWE Blu-rays (Goldberg, WCW Nitro Vol. 2, WrestleMania…)
$10.00 – Big Lot of 14 WWE DVDs (Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, Hardy Boyz…)
$15.00 – Big Lot of 19 WWE DVDs (Attitude Era Unreleased, ECW Unreleased, History of Titles…)
$24.99 – Big Lot of 18 WWE DVDs (incl. nWo: Back in Black DVD, Free Shipping)
$35.00 – Huge Lot of 31 WWE PPV DVDs
$59.00 – Big Lot of 20 WWE DVDs (incl. 10 WrestleMania DVDs & More!)
The Amazon US link finally popped up yesterday for the Macho man DVD set and it’s right here…https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07BF39R98/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER&psc=1
For those in Canada Amazon.ca has put up Wrestlemania 34 DVD/Blu-ray and Randy Savage Unreleased for pre-order, however looks like they are couple weeks delayed as WM is releasing June 5 and Randy Savage Unreleased on June 12. No sign of Best of Hardys, RAW 25th Anniversary and Elimination Chamber 2018 & Fast Lane 2018 Double pack as of yet.
Also based on the information from Amazon Entertainment One is not distributing in Canada anymore and Warner Brothers will be the new supplier for Canada which I guess explains the couple week delay
Thanks for the information. Guess it makes sense WB wants the entire North America market.
Preordered, thanks for the info! Nearly bought from WWE UK, which would have given me Takeover BUT would have also cost more tha twice as much
Best buy has the dvds also for preorder
Interesting on the back of the Savage DVD to do the running time in minutes. This is a very tiny change, but is interesting nonetheless. It ends up looking more like a DVD movie than a wrestling release.
The Chamber/Fastlane release was also the same way.
I can’t wait to watch the Macho Man DVD.
Saw Best Buy has the Hardy Boys DVD set on sale for $16.99 on their website, that is, the special version they are carrying, but still no link on that Macho Man one and if Amazon won’t have it, then I’ll just get that along with WM 34 at Best Buy for $19.99 each, so I can at least have it here in my possession come the month’s end.
True that where I bought my hardy boyz dvd
Second installment of the Unreleased series? Not sure it’s a series as such anyway, but wouldn’t the Hogan Unreleased and Attitude Era: Unreleased sets make it four releases with “Unreleased” in the title? Seven if you included three ECW sets?
Fair comment to be honest 🙂 *fires staff of monkeys*
Yeah, the Unreleased theme has been going for a while before last year’s one, though I kind of think that one peaked everybody’s interest
Not sure what the Canada issue is, and maybe I haven’t ordered enough of them yet (to be fair their have only been 3 or 4 compilation releases so far this year and I haven’t bought a PPV dvd since the Network launch), but I live in Ottawa, Ontario and successfully ordered and received the Best of NXT 2017 DVD set through Walmart.ca. Is it maybe just regional I wonder?
Best of NXT 2017 and Royal Rumble 2018 were the last DVDs that have been available to purchase in Canada. Since then RAW 25th Anniversary, Elimination Chamber 2018/Fast Lane 2018 Double Pack and the upcoming Hardys, WM34 and Randy Savage Unreleased are not available yet.
Could be an issue with Entertainment One since WWE switching over to Warner Home Video in the US.
No bonus matches??
The full content listings for Savage and the Hardys are out there.
Cant wait for the macho DVD!! Love macho man and this will probably be the only DVD I get this year unless the unreleased hbk set is really good. That trailer has me itching to see the madness. Oh yeah dig it!!
Got tired of waiting for Amazon and ordered it on Walmart.com–18.77 plus tax, with free shipping. I don’t know why Amazon takes so long to list some DVDs–they did not list Thor Ragnarok until it had already been released (no pre-order)
Thx for the info. Amazon has taken too long so I will do the walmart order like you.
hope the issue regarding the Canadian distribution is sorted out in a short time.
also, I can’t wait to get my hands on that Randy Savage set!