In the video below Gerald Orr gives an exclusive first look at the packaging contents for WWE’s incoming 4-Disc DVD set; Stone Cold Steve Austin: The Bottom Line on the Most Popular Superstar of All Time.
The official street date for the US is in just under two weeks time on November 29th. Secure your copy on DVD or Blu-ray with Amazon (over here).
A few eBay sellers have this Region 1 edition in hand now (we spoke to them). Item numbers: , , , .
UK/Europe get it first at Silvervision.co.uk, where orders are already being dispatched now.
Just won that puppy on a wrestling website. Psyched to get that in my DVD player!
all of you are jackasses stone cold is the greatest of all time, vince said flair said cena said steamboat said i can go on and on , so it doesent matter what you say , in the wwe books stone cold is on top
Wait, wait Tom…everyone is entitled to their own opinion. That should be said first of all. But here are facts. Hogan is the biggest name in wrestling history. Fact. That doesen’t mean he’s the most popular but he’s certainly up there with guys like The Rock, The Undertaker, the Macho Man. If you oompare Austin’s pops with Hogan’s, they blow them right out of the water. Even Hogan’s slam on Andre which is arguably the biggest moment in wrestling history. At the end of the day it’s all subjective. Hogan made Wrestlng, Austin saved it.
heck, austin only main-evented 3 WMs to hogan’s 9.
austin didn’t win the WWF belt until 1998 WM 14. you can’t say 1996-1998 were the austin era when he was IC champ and not main eventing anything. by 2002 ( WM 18 ) the rock was the headliner, not austin. it was rock vs hogan at WM18, and austin was on the undercard, like 3 matches from headline….therefore, he was the main draw for 3 years.
@tom only 2 or 3 years for Austin? Are you kidding me? He won the KOR in 96 which started the Austin 3:16 Era and really didn’t end until 2003-2004. He still makes appearances now and then and he still gets the biggest pop, lol. Hogan was popular but Austin is much more popular!
The listing number 200677184568 has been removed or isn’t available. Can’t wait until this thing is out for the US.
dennis, im not a hogan fan boy. the guy was terrible in the ring and is a pathetic human being. but fact is fact, hogan was more popular then austin.
try to be a big boy, and stop with the name calling.
packaging is kind of lame imo
Gerald Orr you sound weird when you say O HELL YEAH! LOL
Just watched the documentary. It was pretty good but if you own or watched all of the already released SCSA dvd’s there is really nothing that really isn’t on the dvd sets but it was a good watch.
@Tom: You can eat it! Hogan fanboy…
I hope Gerald Orr gives us a preview on the Best of RAW & Smackdown 2011 DVD and the Best PPV Matches 2011 DVD 😀
i think we all know, hulk hogan was the most popular of all time.
austin was the WWF’s number 1 draw for, what, 2 or 3 years?
hogan was WWF’s number 1 draw for 7 years. im certain hogan sold more merchandise, drew better ratings ( 33 million for ‘the main event’ ring a bell? ), and put more asses in seats ( 93,000 WM 3 anyone ) then anyone in WWF history.
to say austin was the most popular EVER is WWE revisionist history BS.
im gonna wait til i can pick this set up on ebay for $5.
someones selling the fye nitro set on amazon for 28us
that dvd is awesome. I hope the bluray is like that too. Im buying a bluray player just for this and greatest rivalries, that I still havent got yet.
must be running late with the dvd set over here in England, my post has already been and no dvd 🙁 , on silvervision website the blu ray is under new release while the dvd set is under coming soon.