The limited-edition 30th Anniversary Collector’s Edition of “Undertaker: The Last Ride” just got even more ‘limited’ as a new update this week confirms that just 500 copies will in fact be released, down from the original plan to produce 666.
As a reminder, the Collector’s Edition is a UK exclusive offering that includes “The Last Ride” on Blu-ray format, alternate artwork on a slipcover, a mini comic-book and the big one — a signed photo of The Undertaker!
The release date is November 23rd.
As per the announcement made via WWEDVD.co.uk:
Due to circumstances outside of our control this title will now have a strictly limited release of just x500 copies and not the aforementioned x666 originally planned. Since these will now be even more limited and with the early pre-order discount sale success these are now extremely short on availability. If you want to avoid potential disappointment, we urge all customers to place their pre-orders as soon as possible as the Special Collector’s Edition will sell out soon! If you are one of the lucky ones who placed your pre-order early – you have nothing to worry about and your pre-order will be dispatched as soon as the stocks arrive at the warehouse.
Sounds like The Deadman’s only signing 500 photos, and therefore stock is going to run out quicker, so now is the time to get your pre-order locked in!
The cover artwork for “Undertaker: The Last Ride” — standard or Collector’s Edition — is not quite ready to be unveiled yet, however the design of the signed photo in the UK’s exclusive Blu-ray Collector’s Edition has now been finalized, with a closer look below!
We also have our first sighting of the mini comic-book, which appears to be a excerpt of “Undertaker: Rise of The Deadman”. This collaboration between WWE and BOOM! Studios explored the unrivalled career of The Undertaker in graphic novel form, with a few surprises and revelations along the way.
A Blu-ray will not be released outside of UK/Europe, however the DVD will have some goodies.
WrestlingDVDNetwork.com recently revealed that a ‘Taker comic-book will also be available for the DVD release in North America as a bonus item, so it’s probably the same one pictured here.
If you’re in the United States, it’s worth a trip to Walmart on November 17th where you will find an early release for “The Last Ride” and alternate cover artwork, which as of last word will be the same artwork soon to be unveiled for the UK’s Collector’s Edition.
Check out the official trailer for WWE’s upcoming “Ruthless Aggression Vol. 1” DVD right here. Along with that, WrestlingDVDNetwork.com can exclusively unveil U.S. cover shots for the release, including a first peek at the back cover artwork.
This one’s another WWE DVD arriving in November 2020, a 2-disc set that presents episodes of the WWE Network docu-series now on physical media. Plus, there’s a few special features not found on the Network.
You know what you need? RUTHLESS… AGGRESSION!
From the ashes of the Monday Night War, a new era is born – Ruthless Aggression! For the first time ever, hear the amazing true stories from John Cena, Brock Lesnar, Hulk Hogan, Triple H, Randy Orton and other top Superstars as they give you a behind-the-scenes look at one of the most important times in WWE history.
Want even more Ruthless Aggression? Check out the special features!
REVEALED: Cover Artwork, Content Listing & Extras for WWE “Ruthless Aggression Vol. 1” DVD
Grab a copy of the WWE “RUTHLESS AGGRESSION VOL. 1” DVD…
– United States: November 10th. Pre-order opportunities on the way soon via Amazon.com.
– UK/Europe: November 16th. Your pre-order opportunity is now live here on Amazon.co.uk.
– Australia: TBA. Look out for a pre-order announcement soon over at Madman.com.au.
A new Home Video hit stores this past Tuesday — WWE’s SummerSlam 2020 DVD!
With special thanks to WDN reader and YouTube personality “TheDVDFreak”, let’s get a look at it! As reported, this next WWE PPV DVD release is a single-disc offering and includes a trading card featuring Kevin Owens.
Live from the WWE Thunderdome! Welcome to the Biggest Party of the Summer.
The Viper hopes to claim his 14th World Championship when he ventures to Claymore Country for a battle against WWE Champion Drew McIntyre. In a monstrous clash for the ages, Braun Strowman and “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt meet in a Falls Count Anywhere Match for the Universal Championship.
Asuka looks to become The Empress of two championships when she faces Bayley for the SmackDown Women’s Championship and Sasha Banks for the RAW Women’s Championship, in two separate main event level matchups. And Dominik Mysterio competes in a WWE match for the first time ever, getting vengeance for his family against Seth Rollins.
Things are heating up at SummerSlam!
Get your hands on the new WWE SUMMERSLAM 2020 DVD…
– United States: AVAILABLE NOW! Get hold of your SummerSlam DVD from Amazon.com.
– UK/Europe: October 5th. Pre-order your SummerSlam DVD (or Blu-ray) on Amazon.co.uk.
– Australia: October 21st. Your pre-order opportunity is available now via Madman.com.au.
Extras for Last Ride revealed on wwedvd.co.uk. Not mind-blowing..but, there’s still time for a surprise-bonus to be revealed, in shape of a bonus bluray full of matches..
hell.. even better, make that two while we’re at it, throwing in even more matches + some old-school promos from the Lord of Darkness- Ministry- American bad ass and Big Evil personas, all of where Mark did his best promo-work. (granted, his mic-skills never been the greatest strenghts, but in these eras mentioned he definitely got many awesome intimidating promos, imo)
The running time and complete lack of filling up the discs on the ruthless aggression set is a little bit confusing to me. You have a 2 Disc set where each disc is going to be about 2 hours each. They could have at least added some extra matches and rounded everything out to about 6 hours. Cena’s debut would have been perfect here
They probably reduced the number because they are having trouble getting people paying £90 for a half ass release with a digital signature card and some crappy comic book that isn’t worth the paper its printed on.
This isn’t even worth importing which I was actually considering getting the regular Blu-ray…thank you for making my decision not to. Also its not even being released on Blu-ray in North America, so saves me money not to get this at all.
It’s a hand signed photo
Not worth £90 in a million years. I’ll just wait til they cut the cost massively or give it away in sales like they’ve done in the past with the streak coffin box set or Mania 32 collectors set……..
Good luck getting an Undertaker autograph for less, he was charging something ridiculous last time he was in the UK at that convention
Just less stress and money to get the standard edition, lol
Could have been a Hell-Yeah feeling, getting the 666’th.. 😉
Expensive for what we (likely) only will have to settle with, namely one disc with the documentary only.. and these days and times we should be happy about non-ppv releases..and even more when its on the blu-brand..
And who knows..might have a disc or 2 as a surprise reveal in the coming weeks for that limited edition.. The Deadman is sure worth such treatment in numbers of discs, similar to Austin’s “Bottom line..” bluray.