A new online survey was issued to Fan Council members yesterday. This time the topic was on the WWE Network and in the survey were some possible hints at the content of the Network in terms of WWE DVD viewing. Thanks to WDN reader Dustin Johns for sharing.
First up, WWE were looking for feedback on the expectations fans have of what will be available to watch on the Network upon launch. Three noteworthy options for the respondent were “The Complete WWE Home Video Library”, “AWA Home Videos”, and “Old Episodes of RAW and SmackDown”. The first of those options doesn’t necessarily mean all WWE DVDs will be available to watch on the Network but it does indicate that it could be a possibility.
Regarding episodes of RAW and SmackDown, later in the survey there is a reference to “replays of RAW and SmackDown episodes from 2012 and 2013”.
The next question gauged interest in how likely fans would be to watch certain types of material on the Network. One of the options to choose from was “WWE DVD Extras”.
Again, that doesn’t necessarily mean all WWE DVD extras will be on there (it’s speculated only the main feature/documentary of WWE DVDs will be available) but this shows that WWE could be thinking of including extras too, should there be the demand for it.
Lastly, some Coliseum Video releases were mentioned by name in the survey such as Roddy Piper’s Greatest Hits and Invasion of the Bodyslammers. A title from WWF Home Video was there also – Undertaker: This Is My Yard, and one from WCW – Japan Supershow II.
Nominations for March Mania have now closed. The DVD titles pictured below, among others, did not receive enough of your votes and as such have now been eliminated!
The first round of voting will start very soon, so stay tuned to the site.
In other news, the price of next month’s “Signature Sounds: Music of WWE” DVD is down to just $6.00 here on Amazon.com. That’s a pre-order bargain!
As of last word the single-disc DVD will be a 1 hour and 12 minute profile of up to 25 tracks and also feature new interviews with composer Jim Johnston. An extra looks to be the Shawn Michaels “Tell Me A Lie” tribute video. More details as we get them.
Another possible bargain is this Triple H: Thy Kingdom Come DVD pictured below.
It’s listed as “THRIPLE H (THY KINDOM COME )” with obvious spelling errors, so it may have less eyes on it than usual. The auction is at $1.45 here on eBay.com and ends today.
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