Update on New Ultimate Warrior & Batista WWE DVDs, March Mania Voting

March 13, 2014 by Daniel Bee

The new Ultimate Warrior: The Ultimate Collection DVD will have a runtime of approximately 7 hours and 5 minutes.

The individual disc by disc runtimes for the DVD version are shown below.

DISC 1: 2 hours and 14 minutes.
DISC 2: 1 hours and 50 minutes.
DISC 3: 3 hours and 1 minute.

The Blu-ray exclusive content will run for 1 hour and 4 minutes on top of the above, taking up the total runtime of the Blu-ray edition to just over 8 hours.

“Ultimate Warrior – The Ultimate Collection” hits stores on April 1st and features over 25 matches, promos and interview segments. Pre-order your copy by clicking here.

It releases to Australia on April 2nd, while the UK and Europe get it on April 7th.

WWE Ultimate Warrior - The Ultimate Collection DVD

Batista’s new WWE DVD is now up for pre-order here on Amazon.com.

The listings confirm the release date of June 10th that we previously revealed, the Blu-ray format also planned, and the title “Batista – The Animal Unleashed“.

Batista Wins WWE Royal Rumble 2014 Match

In the video below, YouTube personality Stevie Breech weighs in on our “March Mania” tournament which this month crowns the greatest WWE DVD of all time! Stevie gives his picks for the current round and chooses which title he believes should win overall.

Round 4 closes tonight at 11:59pm EST (4:59am GMT) so get voting here.

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nWo – The Revolution” will be the next documentary from a DVD/Blu-ray release that’s available to watch on the WWE Network in the show entitled Beyond The Ring.

As mentioned, the others already streaming are “Greatest Rivalries: Shawn vs. Bret”, Stone Cold – The Bottom Line”, and “The Epic Journey of The Rock”.

DVD Documentaries Streaming on WWE Network

The special edition WrestleMania 30 DVD package (exclusive to Amazon) has gone up in price. Right now it’s $31.44 on DVD and $35.97 on Blu-ray here on Amazon.com. Those who pre-ordered at the original price will have that lower price honored.

In case you missed it, the special edition includes the WrestleMania DVD or Blu-ray, a mini-book entitled “WrestleMania XXX: 30 Moments for 30 Years” and a Topps Chrome trading card. All Home Video editions of WrestleMania 30 hit U.S. stores on May 13th.

WWE WrestleMania 30 DVD with 30 Moments Book

Ending tomorrow here on eBay.com is an auction for the FYE exclusive “Special Collector’s Edition” Trish Stratus DVD. This rarity has often sold for over $200!

The one ending tomorrow is also signed by Trish. Worth keeping an eye on.

Rare WWE Trish Stratus DVD Collector's Edition

New WWE DVDs on Amazon.co.uk

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  1. SRB says:

    Said it before, and I’ll say it again, these sets are getting shorter and shorter. WCW PPV was about 8.5 and now Warrior is 8.

  2. Erik G. says:

    WM17 doesn’t belong on there.

  3. DisgruntledWrestlingFan says:

    You know the Beyond the Ring series WWE does would be an excellent way of expanding some older documentaries that don’t tell the whole story of the wrestler featured(Bret Hart’s 2010 Comeback & Hall of Fame Induction,Shawn Michaels Post WM23-WM26 Career,and maybe a piece on the Special Referee WM28 End of an Era Match,Eddie Guerrero’s Post WM20-October 2005 Death,Brock Lesnar’s Post Stretcher Match vs Big Show 2003-2004 exit,NFL & UFC stints,and 2012 return and eventual last match when they wanna stop paying him for his contract,Rise & Fall of ECW,thoughts on the 2005 ONS & 2006-2010 Revival,Trish Stratus 2003-2006 Last Match,WM27 Return,& Hall of Fame Induction,True Story of Wrestlemania 27-30 for a more well-rounded doc instead of the weird 1-26 rundown,Jake Robert’s Life Turnaround & Hall of Fame Induction,Road Warrior’s ill-thought Revival with Heidenreich,Chris Jericho’s Post WM26-2010 Departure & 2012 & 2013 Comebacks,John Cena post WM23-30,or later,and any more good expansions that could be added with the ones I thought of.)

  4. Alan Shore says:

    Any word on the commentary situation with the Warrior DVD yet? It really is a make or break situation for me, if WWE don’t want to pay Jesse then I don’t want to pay them.

    • SRB says:

      WWE appreciates your boycott.

    • TruthTeler says:

      Ventura’s commentary is expected to be left intact. Still needing final confirmation from someone who’s actually seen the finished feature, however.

      • Mark D says:

        Honestly, I wouldn’t expect Jesse Ventura’s commentary to be included on The Warrior DVD. Jesse only provides commentary for like 6 of the matches and the rule tends to be when his commentary is on a large percentage of the matches, they’ll pay for him.

  5. peepulation613 says:

    As seller of the item, I can tell you why. I bought it on ebay a couple of years ago only because it was the special collector’s edition. I didn’t care that it was autographed. As it says in the description, I’m selling my entire collection. That’s why I’m selling it. I would think the bigger attraction is the DVD, not the autograph.

  6. ekkoes4life says:

    Always wonder, when I see someone putting a DVD for sale that has an autograph, why you wanna sell that rare item…I mean, when you got one like that, then you must be a huge fan…and would’nt wanna sell that no matter what, in my book..

    unless..you want to make money…but then again, how would I as a buyer, be able to know that the autograph isn’t a fake?

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