It’s no… secret… that in just a few weeks WWE will release their first-ever Kurt Angle DVD, but outside of the official trailer and first photos we haven’t seen much of it. Until now!
Today WrestlingDVDNetwork.com exclusively reveals the intro and a sneak peek at brand new interview segments with the man himself, all to feature in “Kurt Angle – The Essential Collection”.
Kurt’s interview here is a Home Video exclusive and not simply a repeat of the recent WWE Network content on him, however the in-ring setting looks to be the same as the brief “Kurt Angle: Oh, It’s True It’s True” interview conducted by Corey Graves for the Network back in March.
These new segments run between each of the matches featured – 25 of them in total!
Packing in both matches and interviews, each of the discs runs close to the 3-hour mark and takes the total runtime of this Olympic-sized 3-disc DVD collection to 8 hours and 44 minutes.
More of the artwork you can expect to see on the packaging is shown here:
Grab a copy of WWE’s “Kurt Angle – The Essential Collection” DVD on…
– UK/Europe: July 31st. Pre-order the Kurt Angle DVD right now here on Amazon.co.uk.
– United States: August 1st. Pre-order the Kurt Angle DVD right now here on Amazon.com.
– Australia: September 27th. Your pre-order opportunity just went live at Madman.com.au.
October will be a STACKED month for WWE DVDs in the United States!
As you can see from the snippet of our WWE DVD Release Dates page shown below there will be no less than 5 different Home Video offerings in the month due to the “Iconic Matches” DVDs (previously only found in figure bundles or as UK exclusives) just being added to the schedule.
|3rd||1997: Dawn of the Attitude (DVD/BR)||BUY|
|17th||Finn Bálor: Iconic Matches (DVD)||BUY|
|17th||John Cena: Iconic Matches (DVD)||BUY|
|17th||Roman Reigns: Iconic Matches (DVD)||BUY|
|24th||30 Years of Survivor Series (DVD)||BUY|
On the subject of the 2017 schedule, in Australia the recent “Seth Rollins: Building the Architect” DVD never actually showed and listings were pulled leading to concerns of a cancellation.
However that is not the case; the decision appears to have been made to instead offer the DVD as an exclusive to fans pre-ordering the WWE 2K18 video game made through EB Games AU/NZ.
“Fight Owens Fight” is likely to hit the region as a DVD-only title which may indicate a scaling-back of Blu-ray editions but from what we can see all of the upcoming DVDs are scheduled for Australia as normal including the likes of: Kurt Angle, the “Double Feature” PPVs, “1997: Dawn of The Attitude”, “30 Years of Survivor Series”, and NXT. Check with Madman.com.au/WWE for the latest.
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D-VON… GET THE BLU-RAYS!!
Several noteworthy WWE Blu-ray auctions are about to expire on eBay including Dudley Boyz, Kevin Owens, a sealed WrestleMania 24, a Scott Hall Steelbook, and a big lot of 9 titles…
$4.99 – Undertaker: The Streak 20-0 Blu-ray (Sealed)
$6.99 – Dudley Boyz: Straight Outta Dudleyville Blu-ray (w/ Table Slipcover)
$10.50 – Kevin Owens: Fight Owens Fight Blu-ray (Sealed, Free Shipping)
$15.00 – WrestleMania 24 Blu-ray (Sealed)
$16.50 – Lot of 9 WWE Blu-rays
$29.99 – Scott Hall: Living on a Razor’s Edge Steelbook Blu-ray (Sealed, Free Shipping)
And those are joined by 2 chances to grab the very rare Judgment Day 2002 DVD…
$29.00 – Judgment Day 2002 DVD (Free Shipping)
$39.99 – Judgment Day 2002 DVD (Free Shipping)
There will most likely be 6 dvd releases in October counting the pay per view release!
Really excited about the Kurt Angle dvd looking forward to hearing more about 30 Years of Survivor Series and NXT:From Secret to Success
Bit of a shame for Australians that they have to buy a video game to get a DVD that they want.
It is…It’s like marketers believe both units will sell better together as a niche bundle offer. I’ve read from Forbes that this is a common business practice in the video game industry.
EB Games’ AU/NZ strategy might work better if they allow buyers to purchase each item separately as to make the bundle more appealing. Perception is key. Hope I’m not reciting a textbook at ya.