WWE Ladder Match 2: Crash and Burn was released on DVD and Blu-ray today (USA). Get yours at: http://amzn.to/nzk3dT.
Are you in the UK or Europe? Take advantage of Silver Vision’s Wild Wednesday deal tomorrow – WrestleMania 26 on Blu-ray (3 Discs) for just £7.99. Click here on Wednesday for yours!
We can confirm WWE TLC 2011 has been added to the schedule as only a DVD edition (released January), so as of now there is no Blu-ray planned for North America.
This joins Night of Champions, Hell in a Cell, Vengeance and Survivor Series – all upcoming PPV releases that are not currently down for Blu-ray production in the home market.
WWEShop is an offering a package for the Shawn Michaels VS. Bret Hart DVD which includes an exclusive T-Shirt of the “Greatest Rivalries” release. Get yours by clicking the image below.
Speaking of the HBK/Hart DVD, you can get your hands on it in the UK this week when ordering here. For the USA the street date is October 25th, but if you don’t want to wait until then there is an eBay seller that has it now and the auction (item number ) ends tomorrow!
The Australian WWE DVD distributor has decided to release all upcoming “main feature” titles in standard DVD packaging (no inside artwork) going forward, rather than the fold-out digipacks. Silver Vision (UK) released a few titles this way but received some backlash from their customers.
CM Punk was in Australia last week for the SummerSlam 2011 DVD launch. Here’s a pic!
A new WWE Tagged Classics DVD title has been revealed for the UK.
This sees the re-release to DVD of WWF Mick Foley: Hard Knocks & Cheap Pops, and Undertaker: This Is My Yard.
Order your copy for December at Silvervision.co.uk!
In digital news, WWE has released their latest Home Video title Ladder Match 2: Crash & Burn online in volume format. Each disc from the DVD set is being released as one volume, which is noteworthy because they are usually edited versions.
Each volume is priced at $14.99 on Amazon Instant Video and $12.99 on the Playstation Network, so obviously a lot more expensive to download than to buy the physical DVD set.
In other news, OMG! Top 50 Moments in WWE History is now available to stream on Netflix.
Also, Triple H’s new movie “Inside Out” is out to rent and buy on the majority of digital stores.
And finally, here’s the trailer for the next WWE movie “The Reunion” starring John Cena.