EXCLUSIVE: Update on Mick Foley & In Your House WWE DVDs For 2013

January 8, 2013 by Daniel Bee

– We can now exclusively confirm that the new Mick Foley and In Your House WWE DVDs are officially on the way. The Foley DVD is yet to be given an name, whilst the other is currently planned to be titled “The Best of In Your House”.

WWE Mick Foley Three Faces

The Mick Foley and In Your House features will also be available on Blu-ray format and both are scheduled for release in April. Expect to see pre-order listings on retail sites soon.

Update: Both titles are now available to pre-order at this link.

– Dusty Rhodes revealed on his Twitter account that he is doing “DVD work” with WWE this week. At this time we think that said work is filming segments as the host of The Best of War Games. As of last word the DVD is scheduled for September this year.

– According to information we have available, the Elimination Chamber 2013 PPV is scheduled for a Blu-ray release in Australia but not in North America. This is noteworthy since the two regions usually follow the same release patterns.

– Stevie Breech sent word of cheap WWE DVD offers found at Best Buy and K-Mart recently, including No Way Out 2012 and Extreme Rules 2012 for just $4.99 each.

– The Blu-ray cover artwork for The Best of WCW Monday Nitro Vol. 2 was recently uploaded to retail sites, and you can check it out below. Click to pre-order a copy.

WWE Best of WCW Nitro Vol 2 Blu-ray

– Check back with WWEDVDNews this week for the full match listing for Bret Hart: The Dungeon Collection. You can get your pre-orders in now over here.

– FremantleMedia’s new website for WWE Home Entertainment offerings in the United Kingdom and Europe is expected to be launched this week or next at WWEDVD.co.uk.

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  1. Reality CHeck says:

    Whatever DVD project Dusty was filming will most likely be better than anything else released all year!

  2. Anonymous says:

    I remember one Foley moment that has stuck with me. And no it is not the HiaC match with Taker. I remember Ken Shamrock gave Mankind the Ankle Lock and Mick literally gave himself the Manible Claw so he wouldn’t tap out. Referee called for the belI, I believe it was Lillian who said that Mankind passed out do to the Manible Claw and not the Ankle Lock and Shamrock went ape$hit on everyone.

  3. Anonymous says:

    WWE should just put the entire Canadian Stampede show on here. I wouldn’t fault them at all if they did. What they could do, though, is just put Undertaker/Vader and Michinoku/Sasuke on here, Mankind/HHH on Foley’s DVD, and since the main event is already on Hart and Soul, you’d have the whole card released.

    Remember that the “In Your House” branding ran through April 1999. This could be one of the best sets WWE has done. There are a LOT of good matches they could use.

  4. jeff copeland says:

    please give foley a good bio he needs like 2 hours like austin or punk wow i said punk lol anyway matches humm stuff not seen on dvds like vs show from backlash 99 or i am thinking vs hhh from candian stampeed 97 ppv or vs shamrock from 98 stuff no one has not seen in a bit yea we are gonna get some repeats like cell vs taker or vs austin fro 98 or hhh or rock but come on ITS MICK FING FOLEY BANG BANG OHH HAVE MERCY AND HAVE A NICE DAY! 😀

  5. miz4life says:

    everything on that fantasy concept list for Foley sounds good. For IYH, Bret/Hakushi is a must. I would like to see Kane vs Vader where he hit him with that wrench. Kane & Mankind vs Austin & Taker would be great & anything from backlash 99. in fact make disc 3 be that.

    • Dave says:

      Agreed, Backlash 1999 was actually a pretty damn good ppv for 1999 which hardly had any. X-Pac vs HHH and Rock vs Austin were very good. I even enjoyed Shamrock vs Taker, which most people don’t like and crowd were chanting “boring”. It was more slow paced and methodical which gets a lot of hate, it was pretty cool seeing Ministry Taker pull off MMA style submissions during that time, which a lot fans didn’t appreciate because they had “puppies” and “sex jokes” on their mind.

      They liked the more smash mouth bloody brawl styles which were very common in main events in 1998 and 1999.

      Guys like Angle, Benoit, Guerrero really changed that mindset when they came to WWE and made the fans appreciate it.

      • jeff copeland says:

        acually the reason they chanted boring was cause they were not used to that style yet of mat wrestling holds and submissions they were waiting for tables chairs and run ins like wcw was mostly so i mean if they did it in this day in age it could work but fans back then were so tuned into just hardcore tv like they say it just crashes and burns which is why every ppv main event wcw ecw wwf from well 97 ish to whenever had run ins and all that stuff midcard semi was not really payed attation ex for hits and misses at times

      • Steve G says:

        That Undertaker-Shamrock match was great! You are very correct the fans at the time were not used to that style and couldn’t appreciate it.

  6. CrimeDawg says:

    I stopped paying attention after I read War Games…:)
    Seriously both of these look like must buys to me.

  7. Mark D says:

    I’m really looking forward to the Mick Foley DVD. The only thing I was hoping was if they are going to induct him into the Hall of Fame at MSG, that if they should of held off the DVD to include it as the end of his story. Similar to Edge last year, I felt that set would have benefited from having a HOF chapter at the end to bookmark his career.

    • Vincenzzzzzo says:

      I 100% agree with you. I liked that about the Edge and Stone Cold Blu-rays too, that they had their Hall of Fame inductions included. I’m as excited for the Mick Foley release as anyone, but would have liked them holding off until he is inducted so they could include that ceremony along with it. The career docs don’t seem complete without their Hall of Fame inductions.

      • pmdmf says:

        Edge’s HOF speech is not included on his blu ray, unless there is something I don’t know about. Would’ve been cool if it was though.

      • Steve G says:

        Putting the HOF induction’s is a complete waste. They are on the Wrestlemania set every year and those are always some of the most purchased releases of the year. Take that valuable Blu Ray time and use it for more unreleased matches. Having the Michaels & Bret induction on the greatest rivalries was dumb. Include matches!

    • Vincenzzzzzo says:

      The sit down interview Foley did as Mankind with Jim Ross back in 1997 on RAW most definitely HAS to be on this set too. I know its on Greatest Hits & Misses, but thats one of Foley’s greatest interviews / promos he ever did. Must get that on Blu-ray!

  8. Duane says:

    I don’t care too much about what matches end up on the Foley set. I just hope we get a good documentary. That’s the most important part of these kind of sets to me.

    I’m sure there will be a few repeats but it will be for the best. I want to see a nice collection of his biggest and most important matches. And while Hell in a Cell and his matches with The Rock have been released a bunch of times I really feel the set would be incomplete without them.

  9. john peterson says:

    I hope they put Foley’s Match with Vader at Halloween Havoc 93.Long overdue for a DVD.

  10. John says:

    I am excited for Best of In Your House set!

  11. Mack Truck says:

    hopefully Cactu Jack vs. Van Hammer from Clash of the Champions will be on the Foley dvd.

  12. captain planet says:

    Best part about the Foley release? NO MORE WWF BLURS!

  13. Anonymous says:


    I want New Age Outlaws vs Cactus/Chainsaw Charlie from WM14. That has never been on DVD!

    • Anonymous says:

      Except for the Wrestlemania Anthology…which is on DVD.

      • Tony Kegger says:

        Yeah I have that match because I own vol. 3 of the Anthology so yeah technically it’s on DVD. But never been on blu-ray.

    • Steve G says:

      Definitely don’t need a repeat! It’s on the anthology! This set should be heavily focused on the documentary and not the matches. The majority of Foley’s high profile WWE matches have been released a million times.

      • Dave says:

        Most of those matches released were blurred, so I do expect some repeats like Taker vs. Foley HIAC and Rock vs Mankind from RAW when he won his first WWE title. Probably even ones with Austin in 1998.

        Also the Anthologies were heavily blurred with some WM’s practically unwatchable basically WM15-18 since there were blurs EVERYWHERE, 14 wasn’t too bad since they were still transitioning from the new generation to the scratch logo. Not everyone owns those Volumes and the original prints are too expensive to track down.

        • Anonymous says:

          Actually, Amazon is selling Wrestlemania Anthology Vol. 3 for $17.99. WWEShop is selling it for $39.99, more than Amazon but still reasonable. So actually, they are not too expensive to track down.

    • Steve G says:

      I wish they would do an In Your House anthology instead of a “Best of”!

      • Dave says:

        Would love that too, but unfortunately looks like WWE have moved away from doing Anthologies and rather settle with “Best of”…likely the lack of demand for the full shows and high price cost. If you remember WM, RR and SSlam Complete Anthologies were priced over $150, not sure how well those sold, but the market for people spending that much on wrestling DVDs these days is pretty small.

        • Lawrence says:

          I keep hoping, although it’s looks more doubtful by the day, the WWE will finish off the Survivor Series Anthology since they were put out in five-year volumes and not as one huge collection.
          That said, I can live with a “Best of” set for In Your House since they were more B-level pay-per-views.

    • KarlKayfabian says:

      However, I would love to see the rematch from the following night on RAW in the cage.

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