WrestleMania Book in UK, Factions DVD Runtime, British Wrestling Film

April 6, 2014 by Mark D

WrestleMania XXX DVD & Blu-ray

It’s WrestleMania Sunday and we are just a few hours from “the showcase of the immortals”, are you excited yet?

We have learned that similar to the US there will be a version of the UK WrestleMania DVD/Blu-Ray which will have the WrestleMania Mini-Book included. This version will be exclusive to WWEDVD.co.uk and one store. The mini-book version will be priced the same as the “no book” DVD and Blu-Ray sets and will be available to pre-order tomorrow via WWEDVD.co.uk.

WrestleMania XXX DVD Book

Speaking of WWEDVD.co.uk, you still have time to enter their prediction contest and take advantage of their WrestleMania sale (which ends on Tuesday) find out more click here.

WrestleMania XXX 30 UK DVD & Blu-ray

Again speaking of WrestleMania, we have some new shots of the current artwork. However we have been informed this artwork may well be subject to change. The temporary artwork is also featured within the WrestleMania XXX program as you can see below.

WrestleMania 30 DVD Program


WWE Greatest Wrestling Factions Run times

The run time for Greatest Wrestling Factions DVD is 7 hours, 4 minutes and 6 seconds, below is a breakdown with the length of each disc, plus the Blu-Ray exclusives.

  • Disc 1 – 02:03:40
  • Disc 2 – 02:15:02
  • Disc 3 – 02:45:24
  • Blu-ray Exclusives – 01:07:12

Checkout the complete match listing for Greatest Wrestling Factions here, this 2-disc Blu-Ray and 3 disc DVD set will be released on May 27, pre-order now via Amazon.com.


Supermen - A Story of British Wrestlers

A new independently produced documentary about British wrestlers has been released. Supermen: A Story of British Wrestlers is a feature length documentary which focuses on what it is like to live a life in wrestling.

The documentary is available to view online free here:

You can also pre-order an extended DVD or Blu-Ray version via: SupermenFilm.co.uk. The extended version will feature additional content including interviews with the wrestlers involved in the film.

The film features a wide-range of British wrestling stars including: Rockstar Spud, Marty Scurll, Dave Taylor, Doug Williams, Robby Brookside and Dave Finlay. Pre-order your copy now…


Finally, thanks to WDN reader Milan for passing along details of DeepDiscount.com‘s WrestleMania sale. Until May 19th they have up to 42% which includes WCW Greatest PPV Matches on DVD for just $13.49 and Best of King of the Ring and the Epic Journey of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson on Blu-Ray for just $9.99, checkout all the details here.


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  1. lee says:

    Still not enough for me to buy it – the network has it and the hall of fame (real hook to buying it) right now, why bother with bluray and especially dvds in 2014 why dvds exist im not sure.

    Yes I usee to thinj having the physical item was best but I think it’s time to move forward so a complete dvd and bluray collection mwy go but a lot of money will come.

    Ive collected for 15 years but all it does is sit there, so its time to move on.

  2. SRB says:

    Since we’re talking The Streak and last night’s Mania, I would say it was predictable. Taker would not have, in a million years lost to HBK or HHH as one never wrestles anymore and the other teased retirement for years. Losing to Lesnar makes sense. The only issue I have with it is that Lesnar is a part time wrestler, someone who barely even comes on Raw. Taker losing The Streak to HHH, Flair, or HBK would have been dumb since these guys are never around. Losing to Lesnar is actually what is best for WWE if they actually do something with him. I would have also voted for guys like Wyatt or Roman to end it. What to do now with Lesnar becomes the question. Lesnar needs to challenge Bryan at Summerslam or much sooner to solidify ending the streak. You could literally build this entire year around Lesnar now. Undertaker has been moving slow for years and behind the scenes, has been wanting to end The Streak. It was Vince who has kept it going for so long. I bet WWE is thrilled they didn’t let Punk end it and so am I.

    Bryan’s win was predictable. It would have been my bet from the start that the underdog was going to win. I knew last night’s WM was going to end the way every Raw usually does, with Bryan chanting, “YES!” as they go off the air. No surprise.

    • ekkoes4life says:

      key word: predictable. an anniversary edition of WM, having a triple threat match with a clear Underdog going in… now, where could they have gotten that “unexpected” angle from.. great writing…not!

      I mean, thats what I’m talking bout..is the WWE in specific, and wrestling entertainment in general, run out of creativity and freshnes. After 50 years, one could think so, sure..

      So, at least I’m pleased of the THEN, refering to the opening vignette.

      And the THEN for me, makes WWE FOREVER.

      • David says:

        There is nothing wrong with predictability in wrestling when it calls for it. How predictable was it with Austin winning at WM14, 15 and 17? HHH at 18? Lesnar at 19? Benoit at 20? Batista at 21? and so on.

        WWE wanted the feel good moment for Bryan at WM, sure it was predictable but it left the fans and everyone watching satisfied.

        Its funny smarks think predictability is a bad thing in wrestling. You probably haven’t been watching very long if thats your issue.

        Do you also complain about how predictable movies and tv shows are? WWE like any other form of entertainment is a television show, scripted, predetermined, but most people take it so damn serious and get butthurt over such little things.

        • ekkoes4life says:

          well.. as for how long I followed: 1990 was my “birth” as wrestling fan.

          regard wrestling like tv and movies: a prime example of un predictable tv is the HBO show OZ that run from 1997 to 2003, and boy, do you want some unpredictable storylines and twists and angels, there’s your top notch product.

          I’m not complaining bout predictable stuff happening… I’m complaining that for the past years the unpredictable stuff happening not only in wrestling but in tv or movie are getting fewer and fewer.

          I’m sorry, but I could care less bout if DB and one of the Brie are engaged or getting married on tv or what ever the tweets and likes and blogs are rumoring about.

          I want the ENTERTAINMENT back in WWE.. but the wrestling entertiainment.. not reality-tv.

          I might may be old-school, but hey.. like I stated before.. thank god for back catalogue then. 🙂

          • SRB says:

            Yep. I do hate predictable TV. Still miss Nip/Tuck actually.

            • SRB says:

              “Its funny smarks think predictability is a bad thing in wrestling. You probably haven’t been watching very long if thats your issue.”

              I have no idea what “smarks” are, but I’ve been watching wrestling since 1983 and was at WM 12, 21, and 29. Where’s your resume?

  3. NickP says:

    A very bittersweet moment when The Streak ended. It sucks that The Streak is dead, but I loved the shock value and after being a Wrestling fan for 25 years WWE can still surprise and shock me.

    WWE’s slogan for a long time was anything can happen in the WWE, and clearly anything can.

    Also Congrats to Daniel Bryan and Cesaro and its awful that Vickie Guerrero is leaving. I loved her character and her EXCUSE ME.

  4. David says:

    Clearly there is no satisfying wrestling fans. Didn’t all you people practically beg and cry about Daniel Bryan getting his WM moment?! Well, not only did he beat HHH, but also Batista and Orton all on the same night and people are still not happy.

    Undertaker is old school and wouldn’t want to stay undefeated. If it was his call to end the streak then i respect that, so place your blame on him.

    I thought WM30 was the best WM in the last 10 years. People who rate it low and or thought it sucked, well, then you will NEVER be happy EVER whatever WWE does…because they clearly went all out last night.

    • ekkoes4life says:

      David, if I’ve understand you right: you think XXX was better than say. 22 with a hardcore match between Edge and Foley that blew the roof; a Michaels vs McMahon where HBK did a jump from a sick hight on ladder?

      Or 23, the moment where Vince got bald?

      XX’s bad moment was at least cheared loudly by the ordiens when Goldberg and Lesnar had their Disaster-piece, that was’nt better?

      Undertaker’s 25 and 26 and 27 and 28 and for that matter 29’s only great match, those were topped by XXX?

      I could go on, but, sorry.. I do not understand how this year could be the best WM for the past 10 years. But then again.. different approaches to the products vary different eras, I guess..

      • Spritz1999 says:

        WrestleMania XX: Better – Chris Benoit & Eddie Guerrero ending… but that was PREDICTABLE
        WrestleMania XXI: Ehhh – Batista Winning was ok I guess… but PREDICTABLE
        WrestleMania XXII: Better – Mick Foley vs. Edge-SICK, Triple H vs. John Cena, Rey Mysterio winning but again PREDICTABLE
        WrestleMania XXIII: HAHA… if this garbage is better than XXX… ok then…
        WrestleMania XXIV: Better – Triple H John Cena and Orton Triple Threat, Flair’s Retirement – PREDICTABLE
        WrestleMania XXV: Better – Randy Orton vs. Triple H-Solid A in my book, Taker vs. HBK – PREDICTABLE (Taker was NOT going to lose)
        WrestleMania XXVI: Better – Shawn Michaels Retirement Match – PREDICTABLE
        WrestleMania XXVII: Better – Triple H vs. Taker…about the only great match – PREDICTABLE (Taker NOT losing), main event was a joke but still one of my fave WM’s since I was there.
        WrestleMania XXVIII: Better – Triple H vs. Undertaker III – Still PREDICTABLE, Rock vs. Cena – PREDICTABLE (they weren’t going to let Rock lose in his hometown)
        WrestleMania XXIX: Better – Rock vs. Cena II – PREDICTABLE (Everyone knew Cena would get revenge), Triple H vs. Lesnar

        WrestleMania XXX: Over-all to me it’s a Solid B+/A-
        Triple H vs. Bryan – Best Opening match of All-Time – of course it was PREDICTABLE, but I was totally going for a twist of Stephanie screwing Bryan over
        John Cena vs. Bray – actually shocked Cena won
        Taker vs. Lesnar – Seriously a SHOCK
        Main Event – Of course it was PREDICTABLE but it was what fans wanted

        Honestly… every WrestleMania has had a PREDICTABLE ending to at least one match… but they gave their all for XXX.

  5. ekkoes4life says:

    Long live the Back catalogue of material that has and still will be put on DVD’s and Blu-ray’s, from the beginning of wresting up to Money in The Bank 2012, with only few matches here and there that are great from that point on and forward.

    WM XXX unfortunately, did not have any great moments at all. I’m beginning to understand CM Punk more and more, and on a sorrow full note actually hope his actions and behaviour is NOT work.

  6. Matt says:

    My personal opinion, I liked last nights event. Yeah the streak ended but it isn’t the WWE who wanted to end it. Undertaker has always said that he wants the streak to end. He chose Brock lesnar to break his streak. Don’t be mad at the WWE cause it wasn’t their fault.

    I’m happy with Wrestlemania 30. And before anyone says “he’s just a kid he doesn’t know what he’s on about” I’m 25 watched wrestling since 1995 so yeah iv watched it for some time. The future started last night. Cesaro, The Shield, Daniel Bryan, Bray Wyatt, AJ Lee! They all showed why they are the future of the company.

  7. ekkoes4life says:

    Brock and Mark have had two great matches – Unforgiven and No Mercy 2002 – and they now have had two boring matches – No Mercy 2003 with a bikerchain that was nearly not used in close to 30 minutes, and now last night at the “grandest” stage!

    Was it time to end the Streak!? sure, cos the Deadman can not move that well anymore.. I honestly believe they should have buried the streak last year with CM Punk, cos that match had much more live and power in it.. and was the only match that saved face a bit for 2013’s WM.

    This year, nothing clicked, but hey.. the wrestlers have millions of other things they have to concentrate on, like tweeting, liking, appearing on reality-tv and shows, etc. etc. etc,

  8. Thomas Goodearl says:

    I have just pre-ordered mine but I will say this on the Streak.

    It sucks they decided to end it right when Sting is about to appear in the WWE and they could have had him challenging for the Streak next year. Also, what made Brock so special? He is overrated and the biggest cry baby in the WWE!

  9. ekkoes4life says:

    clearly a sad attempt to “copy” the phantastic XX mainevent in a poor attempt to “replace” the memory of that match with this pg/twitter/reality-tv era bull.. absolutely no nerve or excitement in the product.

  10. ekkoes4life says:

    I can not believe that Wrestlemania 29 would be beaten as the worst event since no. 9. But man oh man have they fu(ked up from begin to the main event going on right now as I speak. I really do not care how it goes cos the way they ended Undertakers streak is a disaster. It is now officially: WWE is DEAD and will never ever live again.

  11. SRB says:

    I really hope the HOF will show up on the blu-ray unedited as it was like 3 1/2 hours and I know it usually runs a little under three. I’d also like the pre-show to be on it. Hoping.

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