REVEALED: Updates to WWE’s 2018 DVD Schedule – Hardy Boyz, Macho Man & WrestleMania 34 Listed!

January 19, 2018 by Daniel Bee

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Look out for the WrestleMania DVD and Blu-ray release coming May 12th in the United States and June 8th in the United Kingdom.

WWE 2018 Home Video Schedule Updated with Hardy Boyz DVD!

Following on from our exclusive news yesterday concerning the Randy Savage Unreleased project in the works for 2018, WrestlingDVDNetwork.com has received the next Home Video schedule draft which lists everything WWE has on the way from now through to the end of May!

It confirms the planned release dates for a new Hardy Boyz DVD, the aforementioned “Randy Savage Unreleased” DVD, and perhaps the biggest one of them all; WrestleMania 34 which as of this moment will be produced on both DVD and Blu-ray formats. Below you can check out updated schedules for the United States and the United Kingdom.

“Twist of Fate: The Best of the Hardy Boyz” will be the name given to the 2018 Hardy Boyz DVD which suggests a match compilation format, therefore we expect the interview footage WWE recently filmed with them to appear in between selected bouts and perhaps also in a Hardy Boyz-themed documentary on the WWE Network in the coming months, likely a “WWE 24” special.

 
US Schedule

Clash of Champions 2017 Jan 23, 2018
The Best of RAW & SmackDown 2017 Feb 6, 2018
4 Film Favorites: Ultimate Superstars Collection Feb 13, 2018
4 Film Favorites: Essential WWE Collection Feb 13, 2018
Royal Rumble 2018 Mar 6, 2018
Best of NXT 2017 Mar 20, 2018
RAW 25th Anniversary Apr 3, 2018
Double Feature: Elimination Chamber & Fastlane 2018 Apr 17, 2018
Twist of Fate: The Best of the Hardy Boyz May 1, 2018
WrestleMania 34 May 15, 2018
Randy Savage Unreleased: The Unseen Matches of the Macho Man May 29, 2018

WWE 'Hardy Boyz - Twist of Fate' DVD Scheduled for 2018!

The line-up of titles for the United Kingdom follows much the same pattern, but also with the additions of the Sasha Banks and Bayley “Iconic Matches” DVDs on the way later this month.

Looking specifically at the Superstar/feature compilation 3-disc DVD sets found on the two lists, in most cases fans in the UK will actually receive them one day before the counterpart US release date. That will be the case for “RAW 25th Anniversary”, “Twist of Fate: The Best of the Hardy Boyz”, and “Randy Savage Unreleased: The Unseen Matches of the Macho Man”.

 
UK Schedule

Survivor Series 2017 Jan 22, 2018
Bayley: Iconic Matches Jan 29, 2018
Sasha Banks: Iconic Matches Jan 29, 2018
Clash of Champions 2017 Feb 5, 2018
The Best of RAW & SmackDown 2017 Feb 26, 2018
Royal Rumble 2018 Mar 19, 2018
Best of NXT 2017 Mar 26, 2018
RAW 25th Anniversary Apr 2, 2018
Twist of Fate: The Best of the Hardy Boyz Apr 30, 2018
Double Feature: Elimination Chamber & Fastlane 2018 May 7, 2018
Randy Savage Unreleased: The Unseen Matches of the Macho Man May 28, 2018
WrestleMania 34 Jun 4, 2018

WWE Home Video 2018 - Logo


Heads up, after a long delay waiting for Amazon to list all of the upcoming 2018 WWE DVDs a few more titles have surfaced on the retail site including “Best of NXT 2017”.

Some tiles are still missing (we count 4 scheduled DVDs not found with an active listing at this time) but the following can now be accessed and pre-order opportunities are expected soon.

This applies only to the US Amazon affected by the issue since the new year.

WWE 'Best of NXT 2017' DVD - Official Box Artwork


The first 2018 release from Kayfabe Commentaries is the “Breaking Kayfabe: Vince Russo” DVD which was put out this week and also available to stream instantly or download.

The premise of the “Breaking Kayfabe” series is discussions on the personal lives of the guests rather than any wrestling exploits, where other shoot interviews naturally place their focus. Check out a preview of what to expect in the clip below and get your copy at KayfabeCommentaries.com.


Your weekend round-up of the best WWE DVDs auctions on eBay…

All of these low-priced DVD sets (and a Blu-ray) from the past few years are expiring TODAY!

$5.00NXT: Greatest Matches Vol. 1 DVD (Sealed, Free Shipping)
$5.50Best of WCW Monday Nitro Vol. 2 DVD (Sealed, Free Shipping)
$5.50Dudley Boyz: Straight Outta Dudleyville DVD (Sealed, Free Shipping)
$6.00Scott Hall: Living On A Razor’s Edge DVD (Sealed, Free Shipping)
$6.99NXT: From Secret to Sensation DVD
$8.77Royal Rumble 2016 Blu-ray (Sealed, Free Shipping)
$19.99WWF Best of RAW Vol. 1 & 2 DVD (Sealed, Free Shipping)

Tomorrow, look out for all of these fairly recent WWE Blu-rays going cheap!

$2.00OMG! Vol. 2: Top 50 Incidents in WCW History Blu-ray
$2.25Jerry Lawler: It’s Good To Be The King Blu-ray
$2.34nWo: The Revolution Blu-ray
$3.17The Attitude Era Blu-ray
$3.78The KLIQ Rules Blu-ray
$5.09Best of WWE at Madison Square Garden Blu-ray
$6.09The Road Is Jericho Blu-ray
$7.00Sting: Into The Light Blu-ray

And a copy of last year’s WWE Unreleased DVD up for grabs at a potentially great price!

$5.94WWE Unreleased 1986-1995 DVD

Then the main event comes on Sunday with two bundles that contain rare WWF DVDs!

$15.50WWF Royal Rumble 2000, Vengeance 2001, No Way Out 2002… (Free Shipping)
$56.00WWF WrestleMania 15, Royal Rumble 2001, Hulk Still Rules…

WWE - Royal Rumble 2001 Classic Poster on DVD Cover Artwork

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55 Comments left on this article...

  1. Ricardo Aguilera says:

    What about a Kane booker t goldust docamentry DVD they all desvered one

  2. MachoFan says:

    I’m so looking forward to the Macho Man Unreleased set. I’d love to see the following unreleased gems on this set.

    1st DVD
    9/28/85 Philadelphia vs. Hulk Hogan
    3/07/86 Philadelphia vs. Tito Santana
    5/24/86 Boston vs. Hulk Hogan
    5/31/86 Philadelphia vs. Tito Santana (No DQ)
    6/28/86 Philadelphia vs. Paul Orndorff
    7/27/86 Toronto vs. Ricky Steamboat
    9/13/86 Superstars vs. Shane Douglas
    10/18/86 Philadelphia vs. Honky Tonk Man
    11/08/86 Philadelphia vs. Ricky Steamboat
    2/14/87 Philadelphia vs. Ricky Steamboat
    5/15/87 Houston vs. Ricky Steamboat
    1/09/88 Philadelphia vs. Honky Tonk Man (Cage)

    2nd DVD
    7/30/88 WrestleFest vs. Ted Dibiase
    9/24/88 Philadelphia vs. Ted Dibiase (Cage)
    11/5/88 Boston vs. Bad News Brown
    1/14/89 Philadelphia vs. Bad News Brown
    1/23/89 Prime Time Wrestling vs. Akeem
    2/15/89 Coliseum Video vs. Ultimate Warrior
    2/13/90 Coliseum Video vs. Dusty Rhodes
    9/18/90 Saturday Night’s Main Event vs. Dusty Rhodes
    7/30/91 Dark Match vs. Undertaker
    12/4/91 Coliseum Video w/ Jim Duggan vs. Undertaker/Jake Roberts
    8/23/92 Summerslam Spectacular w/ Ultimate Warrior vs. Nasty Boys
    3/28/93 March To WrestleMania vs. Yokozuna

    3rd DVD
    2/12/94 Superstars vs. Rick Martel
    2/25/95 Saturday Night w/ Sting vs. Harlem Heat
    5/21/95 World Wide Los Dos Amigos vs. Ric Flair/Vader
    5/27/95 Saturday Night vs. Steve Austin
    11/26/95 World War 3 1995 Battle Royal
    12/27/95 Starrcade vs. Ric Flair
    1/13/96 Saturday Night vs. Ric Flair
    4/13/96 World Wide vs. Ric Flair
    1/24/98 Souled Out vs. Lex Luger
    3/12/98 Thunder vs. Sting
    4/16/98 Thunder w/ Kevin Nash vs. Sting/Bret Hart
    5/14/98 Thunder vs. Sting

    Now if we could just get unreleased DVD sets for:
    -Ric Flair
    -4 Horsemen
    -Steve Austin
    -Undertaker
    -Sting

  3. whut says:

    that first picture is hilarious.

  4. Dukefan4life says:

    I wish WWE would release documemtary sets Vader,Kevin Nash,Dustin Runnels/Goldust, Paul Orndorff, a new Dusty Rhodes set and a Terry Funk set. Match Comps on NWA/WCW tag teams, The New Age Outlaws and The Rock (a new one). Also it would be cool to focus on certain territory’s like Smokey Mountain, Championship Wrestling from Florida and Stampede Championship Wrestling. There’s so much more material than what WWE is giving us fans who enjoy educational documentarys on the past.

  5. Cherie Smith says:

    I agree with a WCW Unreleased set and an Andre DVD documentary I am also waiting for documentary DVDs for Undertaker Lex Luger and Vader

    • RabidHeat says:

      I honestly don’t think Lex deserves a 3 disc set, to be honest. Most pro wrestlers in the biz don’t have a good thing to say about him, merely that he was an ex-football guy who came in to make a quick buck in wrestling, like Goldberg but without the great initial booking and prescence. His WWF push was a total failure, he didn’t really ever truly connect with the fans wherever he was, and he was nothing in the ring without a stellar opponent who could carry him. The business didn’t feel any impact from his absence from 2002 onwards. Outside of his depressing stories about his paralysis and Elizabeth dying from a drug overdose in his house, I’m not sure how they’d flesh out an interesting documentary.

      The other doc ideas, I agree with.

      • Kevin Dunlop. says:

        I’d rather hear/listen to the rise and fall of luger over any of today’s stars. there’s always something interesting especially he’s a former football player who had the million dollar body look then it all came crashing down on him with alcohol and drug abuse. He may not have been a ring technician but he certainly made a name for himself in the biz and had stellar matches.

        • RabidHeat says:

          You were doing so well up until the point right at the end where you actually stated that Lex Luger had “stellar” matches. You and I must have vastly different standards with regard to what constitutes “stellar”.

          And while I admit that he did have some impressive matches in his early WCW says, they were always with ring generals who could carry a pillow to a decent main event.

          I also don’t understand why any of “today’s stars” would have “rise and fall” dvds when their careers in WWE are still ongoing.

          • Kevin Dunlop says:

            I think you just have a big ego and aren’t willing to give the guy where credit is due. Before he began phoning in his performances in 1998, luger busted his ass to have good or decent matches whether in WCW or the WWF.

            • RabidHeat says:

              I don’t see how my opinion of a guy’s wrestling ability would have anything to do with ego, especially when the general consensus most places you look and most shoot interviews you listen to is that he didn’t “bust his ass” at all. If you like him that’s fine, and unlike you I won’t accuse you of having a “big ego” for doing so.

              • Kevin Dunlop says:

                The guy busted his ass to have good matches in his WWF run and first WCW/NWA run. Give credit where credit is due.

                • Kevin Dunlop says:

                  He was extremely popular, was a part of the end of the first real boom period in wrestling, coming into his own as main eventer in the late 80’s, and remained a top atraction through the next boom period in the mid to late 90’s. He is not as well regarded as many of his comtemporaries, either in the ring or on the mic, but unlike other wrestlers who have been criticized in the same way (guys like Brutus Beefcake, Ultimate Warrior, Sid Justice, etc) he not only was a top attraction and main event star but he maintained that status for a decade, between two companies. He’s pretty far down on my list of all time favs, but his longevity as a top star deserves some props.

                  • RabidHeat says:

                    It’s fine if you think that, I just think you keep exaggerating his success. “Extremely” is a big word to use to describe his popularity. “Extremely” would imply he is one of the most popular superstars of all time such as Hogan, Rock or Austin. He certainly wasn’t ever “extremely popular” in WWF; if anything he bombed because he wasn’t anywhere near as popular as Vince hoped. And he spent most of the late 90s in WCW as a heel. So I guess you’re referring to his time in WCW in the very late 80s/early 90s, which is fine, but even then … “extremely popular”? Well, I just disagree.

                    • Kevin Dunlop says:

                      The guy was a success whether you like it or not. He has name value and has cemented his place in wrestling history. When people hear the name “lex luger”, they immediately know who he is. He was extremely successful in WCW. His WWF run wasn’t a total failure, he was cheered loudly when he became hogan’s replacement as the next american hero. Fans cheered him on when he slammed Yokozuna, when he “saved” Hart and Savage from Crush and Yokozuna or when he nearly won the intercontinental title from Diesel.

                    • Brandon Vendetta says:

                      When I hear the name Lex Luger the first things that come to my mind is Elizabeth dying in his house and seeing him on the TV show Hardcore Pawn trying to sell his robes.

                    • Terry Wright says:

                      Lex Luger never wore robes, just boots and tights.

                    • RabidHeat says:

                      You’re actually incorrect, he did wear robes. There was even a WCW Galoob action figure of him in his entrance robe. Sorry to break it to you.

                    • Terry Wright says:

                      I never saw him wear robes regularly on TV so an action figure with him wearing a robe isn’t saying much.

                      I saw an action figure of bret hart with guns. Did u ever see him bring guns to the ring?

                    • LP1 says:

                      Go watch late 80s NWA. He wore them all the time.

                    • RabidHeat says:

                      “never saw him wear robes regularly”

                      So he did wear them then? And the Bret figure was from a “What If?” concept series where Bret was reimagined as a gangster, whereas the Lex figure was based on an actual ring attire. Even you must realise that is not the same thing…

  6. meme says:

    May 2018 is the biggest month in a while

  7. Steven says:

    did anyone find it weird most the ppvs were double packs minus the big 4, why wasnt TLC/ Clash released together?

    • SRB says:

      Agree. Why those got single releases makes no sense. Seems random

      • LP1 says:

        Not random. They release PPVs in order. Survivor Series took place in between TLC and Clash Of Champions. Wouldn’t make sense to have a double pack with a PPV in the middle missing.

        • SRB says:

          They could have waited to continue with the double pack theme, which throws a wrench in things when events outside of the big 4 get single releases. I know you are good friends with HHH. Do you think you can talk to him about this? Maybe at least hit me with some of those stats I know you like to drop. When did Papa Shango debut?

          • LP1 says:

            Sarcasm aside, what do you mean by they could have waited? Clash was the only PPV in between Survivor Series and Royal Rumble. There was no other PPV to pack it with.

        • Justin says:

          LP1- TNA went that not making sense route with a double pack in 2010. Victory Road (July ppv) & No Surrender (September ppv) were the double pack & Hardcore Justice (August ppv) was a stand alone release. Granted the only reason I can think of why Hardcore Justice was a stand alone, it was an ECW reunion-style show.

  8. Fost says:

    And still no Andre the giant dvd set! What a disappointment?

    • Brandon Vendetta says:

      I read online yesterday that Andres HBO documentary is finally coming out this spring so maybe they will eventually release a set on him. Who knows

    • RabidHeat says:

      I quite like the documentary portion about Andre on ‘True Giants’. That’s enough for me, personally. All respect to Andre, a great human being and talent, but I don’t need 2 or 3 discs of his matches when in-ring ability wasn’t his forte.

  9. Rock&RollisKing says:

    I wish the WWE would put out a WCW unreleased set.

  10. Met Fan 61 says:

    Uhh , did they forget that was the name of the last Hardy Boyz dvd ten years ago ?

  11. Paul says:

    You mention Wrestlemania 34 making it to Blu Ray but, dare I ask, will any of these others make it?

    • Bruce says:

      I hope the WWE Royal Rumble 2018 gets a Blu-ray release

      • Mark Markson says:

        It does in the UK. Not sure about the rest of the world.

        • Daniel Bee says:

          The Rumble will be released on Blu-ray to UK/Europe but sadly looks to be DVD-only everywhere else.

          • The Midnight Jobber says:

            Why no Booker T. dvd release? I assumed there would be one by now since they released a special on him on the network. (I thought they would just release that on dvd with some booker matches thrown in.)
            It also seems the releases are not as exciting as they have been in past years. Could it be they are just not investing as much into dvd projects due to focusing more on the network?
            Great job on here!

            • ALex Murray says:

              it would be great to have a booker t dvd set.I agree with you about the selections,I don’t really care for NXT or The Hardy Boys.I Was hoping for WCW Unreleased Matches,Best of the Ruthless Aggresion Era,A New Divas DVD,or a documentary on Goldbergs original wcw/WWE Run and His Comeback Run.It Would Be Nice TO have his WWE Network documentary on dvd

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