Even more updates on the “Destruction of the Shield” DVD!
The total runtime of the DVD version with all matches and extras will be just over 7 hours and 25 minutes. There will be about 1 hour and 30 minutes of Blu-ray exclusives, taking the total runtime of the Blu-ray edition up to approximately 8 hours and 55 minutes.
Right now, the documentary on the DVD/Blu-ray looks to run for about 10 minutes longer than the 56 minute “Journey to SummerSlam” documentary from the WWE Network.
There were two deleted scenes mentioned in the content listing – “The Dean Ambrose/William Regal Rivalry” and “Leakee”. Those were perhaps chapters taken from the original cut of the documentary but they don’t appear to have made it to the finished product. There is a chance that they could be last minute additions; we’ll confirm once known.
Also on the way for February is “WWE Live in the UK: November 2014”, a 2-disc DVD that fans in UK/Europe can pre-order now over at WWEDVD.co.uk.
The runtime on that will be approximately 5 hours and 50 minutes. It will contain the episodes of RAW, Smackdown, Superstars and Main Event from the European tour, plus a few extras.
Disc 1 will run approximately 2 hours and 48 minutes, while Disc 2 will run just over 3 hours. The “Fan’s Eye View” extra from when Smackdown went off the air – Chris Jericho & Dean Ambrose vs. Kane & Bray Wyatt – looks to have a runtime of about 8 minutes.
Speaking through their Facebook page, the Australian WWE Home Video distributor (WWEDVD.com.au) have named their 5 top selling WWE DVDs of 2014, as the following:
— Ladies & Gentleman, My Name is Paul Heyman
— Macho Man: The Randy Savage Story
— The Best of Sting
— Attitude Era Vol. 2
— SummerSlam 2014
A handful more WWE DVD titles went out-of-print in the United States in recent weeks, most notably the “Macho Man: Randy Savage Story” Blu-ray released only last month.
However, it will not be out-of-print for long as current plans are for Warner Brothers, the new domestic WWE Home Video distributor in 2015, to re-release the title in January.
You can get $5 off the price of the Macho Man Blu-ray at WWEShop today, or make your own DVD and Blu-ray deals. Promo code “2015” gives 20% off any order of $15+ value.
Happy New Year from all of us here at WrestlingDVDNews.com!