Win WWE DVD Inside, Updated 2011 Schedule & Get Knucklehead Early

November 5, 2010 by Daniel Bee

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Knucklehead will be released on DVD & Blu-ray (along with a Walmart exclusive WWE Biggest Knuckleheads DVD) this coming Tuesday in North America. WWEShop are already shipping out orders. In UK/Europe Knucklehead is released on Monday by Silver Vision – order it now.

Here’s an updated WWE DVD & Blu-ray schedule, including titles we recently revealed & more.

Knucklehead (Starring Big Show) – Nov 9
(DVD & Blu-Ray)

WWE’s Biggest Knuckleheads – Nov 9 – USA Release Only
(Walmart Exclusive w/ Knucklehead DVD)

The John Cena Experience – Nov 16
(DVD & Blu-Ray)

Bragging Rights 2010 – Nov 23
(Blu-Ray Expected)

Top 50 Superstars of All Time – Dec 14

Survivor Series 2010 – Dec 21
(Blu-Ray Expected)

Bobby “The Brain” Heenan – Dec 28

Legendary (2 Disc Special Edition) – Dec 28 – USA Release Only

TLC 2010 – Jan 18, 2011
(Blu-Ray Expected)

Raw: The Best of 2010 – Jan 25, 2011
(DVD & Blu-Ray)

The Big Show: A Giant’s World – Feb 22, 2011

Royal Rumble 2011 – March 1, 2011
(DVD & Blu-Ray)

The Chaperone (Starring Triple H) – March 8, 2011
(DVD & Blu-Ray)

We recently revealed three other planned WWE DVDs to be released later in 2011 which were a new Triple H set, Best of WCW Nitro: Seasons 1 & 2 and a possible Goldberg DVD. Keep checking back as we’re revealing 2-3 new titles each week!

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  1. Josh says:

    you forgot Survivor Series set to be released in December

  2. Dan E says:

    Does anyone have any insight on when the rest of the Survivor Series Anthology will be produced?

  3. Jessica says:

    I hate those US-exclusives. -_-

  4. Daniel Bee says:

    In all likelihood, yes. Looks like all PPVs are going Blu at last.

  5. Stephen says:

    Any word on if Bragging Rights will be released on Blu in a similar fashion to the infamous HIAC debacle in the States?