Triple H WWE DVD On Sale, More ECW Unreleased 2 Details, War Games Edit

June 13, 2013 by Daniel Bee

WWE Triple H Paul Levesque

The new Triple H WWE DVD is now available to pre-order on at this link, and the Blu-ray edition over at this link. As mentioned, it releases on September 24th.

An in-depth documentary on Triple H’s career will be the main feature of the set, which is slated to have a runtime of approximately 2 hours. It’s yet to have been given an official name but when that changes we’ll be sure to let you know.

Legends of Mid-South Wrestling and SummerSlam 2013, both also to be produced for DVD and Blu-ray formats, are also now available to pre-order on Amazon and are the other two titles scheduled for release in September along with the Triple H biography.

New information suggests that the upcoming ECW Unreleased Vol. 2 DVD will have a total runtime of 7 hours and 14 minutes. The Blu-ray edition with its exclusive material added on top will have a total runtime of 8 hours and 52 minutes.

The content listing is expected very soon, and the DVD/Blu-ray itself is on the way for July 30th in North America, July 31st in Australia and August 12th in the UK and Europe.


The next major release to the UK and Europe is The Top 25 Rivalries in Wrestling History on DVD and Blu-ray. You can pre-order that for June 24th at and check out the intro video to the rivalries countdown below.

The next major release to the US is War Games: WCW’s Most Notorious Matches on DVD and Blu-ray. That’s just gone up for pre-order on this page of

WWE WCW War Games Match

WDN reader Hasan sends word that Jesse Ventura’s commentary is edited out of the 1992 War Games match on the “Notorious Matches” DVD and Blu-ray.

War Games Match
Sting’s Squadron (Sting, Nikita Koloff, Dustin Rhodes, Ricky Steamboat & Barry Windham) vs. The Dangerous Alliance (Arn Anderson, Bobby Eaton, Steve Austin, Larry Zbyszko & Rick Rude)
WCW WrestleWar • May 17, 1992

WWEShop is having a WrestleMania “blowout sale” (found at this link) until Sunday. One of the deals is this package of the WrestleMania 29 DVD and beanie bear for $21.99.

WWE WrestleMania 29 DVD Beanie Bear

Paul passes along these notable WWE DVD deals on eBay for $10 or less. This seller has some store exclusives available including Before They Were Superstars 2 DVD (with Undertaker figurine) and WrestleMania 22 DVD (with mini poster). Worth a look.

WWE DVD Store Exclusives

New WWE DVDs on

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  1. LP1 says:

    I’m curious to know if WWE edited out the countless choking spots in all of the War Games matches.

    • Kenny says:

      I would expect it. It’s been their M.O. lately. I’d be pleasantly surprised if it’s left untouched.

  2. SRB says:

    “The Blu-ray edition with its exclusive material added on top will have a total runtime of 8 hours and 52 minutes.” Glad to know these are getting back to the 9 hour running times.

    I, like most have impatiently waiting the ECW 2 content… please hurry!

  3. Mongoose Wizard says:

    I hate the editing they gave Buffer in the last match on Clash of Champions DVD because he sounded like he was introducing everyone like they where coming down to the Price is Right!

    • Nico says:

      you could hear buffer’s voice behind the guy who dubbed him. its funny because the dubbed voice was like half a second off from buffer’s speaking.

  4. Wonderllama says:

    Dusty Rhodes & Paul Heyman should do commentary for the 1992 match. just cuz

  5. Brian Kraemer says:

    That’s a lot of Before They Were Superstars w/ Undertaker Figurine…

    ….guess mine isn’t rare anymore.

    ON THE HHH DVD ON AMAZON IT SAYS “Packed with over 3 hours of documentary footage”

  6. BigJon9981 says:

    Please explain to me the reasoning for the Ventura edits? Thx

    • Tyler says:

      It’s a question of royalties that Ventura wants and WWE doesn’t want to pay. It also may be just sour grapes as Jesse took WWE to court many years ago and won a few hundred thousand in a lawsuit over royalties. You can read his Wikipedia page, it has more info on the topic.

      • Kenny says:

        Yeah, it’s been weird how they handle Jesse Ventura. They randomly leave out his commentary, but also leave his commentary in for other spots, with no rhyme or reason as to why…

        I can’t imagine it’s sour grapes at this point, because they’ve worked with him on numerous occasions since the lawsuit in the very early 90s.

  7. Jeffrey says:

    Anybody know what the poster is that comes with the Mania 22 dvd?

  8. Anonymous says:

    If the WrestleWar 1992 War Games has the Ventura edit, I have to imagine they also did it on the Fall Brawl 1993 War Games as well.

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