Huge List of WWE DVDs Taken Out-Of-Print, New Chris Jericho DVD/Blu-Ray?

October 7, 2014 by Daniel Bee

WWE Chris Jericho Entrance at WrestleMania

WWE may have a new Chris Jericho DVD in the works!

If that should be the case, it would be the second Jericho DVD following the release of “Breaking the Code: Behind the Walls of Chris Jericho” back in 2010. It would also be the first ever Blu-ray release on Jericho due to the first being produced exclusively on DVD.

Chris Jericho revealed the news in a “TweetSecret” video yesterday. Despite not referencing WWE specifically, Jericho did mention compiling a list of his wrestling matches and shooting interview footage in Times Square, NY to give his thoughts on those said matches.

A short snippet of the video can be watched below. Head to to see the full length version when signing up to Jericho’s daily videos for $2.99 per month.

WWE Chris Jericho Entrance - Light Up Jacket

WWE Chris Jericho DVD Blu-ray - Fantasy Concept Could it look like this?

The possible Chris Jericho WWE DVD release for 2015 may look something like Mark D’s “Fantasy Concept” from April 2013.

Fantasy Concept: Chris Jericho – The Undisputed Collection.

Take another look. With Blu-ray exclusives, the match compilation featured more than 30 bouts from Smoky Mountain Wrestling, ECW, WCW and WWE – with discussion from Jericho in between!

Below is a list of 55 WWE DVDs found to have been taken out-of-print in the US market.

Many of the DVD titles listed are fairly recent releases by WWE only last year, with their Blu-ray counterparts also being taken out of production along with them.

WWE Bret Hart The Dungeon Collection Blu-ray

Best Pay-Per-View Matches 2011
Best Pay-Per-View Matches 2012
Best Pay-Per-View Matches 2012 (Blu-ray)
Bret ‘Hit Man’ Hart: The Dungeon Collection
Bret ‘Hit Man’ Hart: The Dungeon Collection (Blu-ray)
Brock Lesnar: Here Comes The Pain Collector’s Ed.
Brock Lesnar: Here Comes The Pain Collector’s Ed. (Blu-ray)
ECW Unreleased, Vol. 1
ECW Unreleased, Vol. 2
ECW Unreleased, Vol. 2 (Blu-ray)
For All Mankind: The Life & Career Of Mick Foley (Blu-ray)
Greatest Rivalries: Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart (Blu-ray)
Legends of Mid-South Wrestling (Blu-ray)
Money In The Bank 2013
Money In The Bank 2013 (Blu-ray)
nWo: The Revolution
nWo: The Revolution (Blu-ray)
Randy Orton: The Evolution Of A Predator (Blu-ray)
RAW Top 100 Moments (Blu-ray)
The Attitude Era
The Best of RAW & Smackdown 2011 (Blu-ray)
The Best of RAW & Smackdown 2012
The Best of RAW & Smackdown 2012 (Blu-ray)
The Best of RAW 2010 (Blu-ray)
The Best of WCW Monday Nitro, Vol. 2
The Best of WCW War Games
The Best of WWE at MSG
The Best of WWE at MSG (Blu-ray)
The Epic Journey of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson (Blu-ray)
The John Cena Experience (Blu-ray)
The Survivor Series Anthology 1987-1991, Vol. 1
Top 25 Rivalries
Top 25 Rivalries (Blu-ray)
Top 50 Superstars Of All Time
You Think You Know Me: The Story Of Edge (Blu-ray)

Battleground 2013
Elimination Chamber 2013
Elimination Chamber 2013 (Blu-ray)
Great American Bash 2005
New Year’s Revolution 2006
Night Of Champions 2011
Night Of Champions 2013
No Mercy 2003
Payback 2013
Payback 2013 (Blu-ray)
Royal Rumble 2013
Royal Rumble 2013 (Blu-ray)
SummerSlam 2013
SummerSlam 2013 (Blu-ray)
SummerSlam: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 3: 1998-2004
SummerSlam: The Complete Anthology, Vol. 4: 2005-2009
Tagged Classics: SummerSlam 2004 / Unforgiven 2004
Unforgiven 2007
WrestleMania 21
WrestleMania 28 (Blu-ray)


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WWE Brothers of Destruction - The Undertaker and Kane DVD Logo

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  1. Help says:

    Dear Daniel, dear Marc,

    does this also count for the European market?

    Please help.

    • Daniel Bee says:

      The out-of-print titles we mention are for the US market.

      What you see listed on will be close to what’s in print right now for UK/Europe. The Silver Vision stuff from before will have gone out-of-print since they lost the license.

  2. Micah Ferrin says:

    What does out-of-print mean, exactly?

    • Mark D says:

      It means that no new DVDs will be printed. So the ones that are in stores/warehouses at the moment will be the final ones which are available to buy. More than likely it’ll be a few months at least before they become difficult to track down.

      It’s also a possibility that some of the set might be reprinted at single disc $5 releases, we’ve seen that quite a bit recently.

  3. T says:

    What about European market, please? 🙁

  4. Steven Jackson says:

    I am surprised that so many DVDs are going out of print, especially as so many are less than a year old. I think this is silly move by the WWE, as a lot of collectors (including myself) are more interested in DVD sets, as opposed to the WWE Network (which is why I presume they have deleted so many titles). Plus, the WWE Network does not have a lot of the matches up from some of the DVD/Blu-Ray sets (Mid-South/Bret’s Set/Wargames) so it seems silly deleting them, if there is not an alternative.

    I am excited though if Chris Jericho has a new set in production. When I saw his first set for the first time, I was not blown away by it. But now it has grown on me a lot, and I am keen to see what his new set will have on it =)

    • attitude.era.4life says:

      I assume wwe changes their Network content from times to times, so, while matches or segments or contenst of any art might not be avaliable at the moment, it will be some time I guess.

      But, I agree with you.. it is a silly move, seeing it from the view of us physical media collectors. I just think, the writings on the wall says: Network. And from that angle, it is of course best for business that they do it the cheap way of presenting their material.

      My concern is, that they can allow them selfs to produce cheap products, like the Summerslam and NOC ppvs.. to have 9.99 $ as an excuse for having such low-fi and free-tv kind of ppv performances is a very sad development in my opinion.

      But the worst concern I have is, that the back catalogue might suffer same kind of treatment. I for one will hang on to my Silvervision and Freemantle products.

      • LP1 says:

        WWE doesn’t change content on the Network. Its not like Classics On Demand where every month they take stuff down and out new stuff up. WWE hasn’t taken down one single thing since the Network debuted almost 8 months ago. Everything that was on the Network on day 1 is still up there along with everything else they’ve added since. And they’re constantly adding new stuff.

  5. T says:

    So how it is in Europe? Will these BluRays still be produced for the European market? I am short of money due to burn out at themoment. 🙁

  6. RCS1988 says:

    I wonder if they will release a Bruno Sammartino DVD in 2015?

  7. AD Degreez says:

    Not to mention the tna collection I bought $1 each!!!

  8. AD Degreez says:

    I also got the majority of my collection second hand I only recently have bought blu rays brand new the week of release as they are hard to find second hand. But I have nearly every ppv from 2002 till 2011 all for $5 or less! Haha

  9. Wonderllama says:

    Can’t help but think DVD/Blu-Ray releases are gonna be slowed down after this.

    Going forward WWE probably has more incentive to keep those documentaries that people love exclusive to the Network. I think 90% of my collection was bought second-hand, so WWE makes no money off that. It makes business sense.

    There may come a day where the next big John Cena match collection is not a DVD or Blu-Ray, but a series of videos on WWE Network.

    • attitude.era.4life says:

      got many from my collection via second-hand too, mainly amazon marketplace UK.

      I’m glad that I only need a numbers of releases, that can be counted on one hand, cos I believe that in the near future, prices on dvd’s and blurays might blow skyhigh, if the physical media is being buried.

      And should it somehow survive or get a comeback someday, it will be hell of expensive..look at vinyl records coming back in style..and up goes the price tag for that, much more than cds or downloads.

    • David says:

      I’m actually quite surprised the releases even from last year are going out of print. But I think if WWE really wants the network to be attractive they should put documentaries and match compilation sets specifically made for the Network.

      The Bothers of Destruction DVD, Greatest Factions, or even RAW After the Show for example could have been featured on the Network.

      I mainly collect Blu-rays and as long as WWE are releasing the Blu-rays, I will be buying them. I don’t think BDs will go away anytime soon but I could see WWE stop releasing DVDs since i believe its coming to the end of its life now, its pushing nearly 20 years now since 1996/1997 when the first players and discs came out.

      • attitude.era.4life says:

        wwe releasing HD shot material on SD media is completely foolish, equals: every PPV’s, from royal rumble 2008 and on to now should have the bluray alternative.

        I am glad that Freemantle continues the tradition from Silvervision and release everything (except for Live in the UK) in Bluray too.

        If I could have a wish granted, before the – perhaps – death of physical media, it would be to have the 2008 to 2011 ppv’s in bluray releases, which it should have been from the very beginning on.

        Freemantle had a survey in the beginning of their license period, where they put on Money in the Bank 2011 as a possible bluray release. Why that epic ppv never been on bluray is unbelievable for me.

        • David says:

          Yeah, sucks that they cancelled all 2011 PPV Blu-rays from Capital Punishment onwards. I read that WWE were planning on releasing every 2011 PPV on Blu-ray in the US, but sales for Extreme Rules and Over the Limit that year stopped that.

          Was glad that Silver Vision actually made Summerslam 2011 to Survivor Series 2011 Blu-rays region free so I imported those from Amazon UK before they released region-locked versions.

          • attitude.era.4life says:

            the current descions regarding region codes and import duties should have been sent to Hell from the very beginning of times. What do we have World Trade Order organisation and politicts for, if it is being limited by bull like region codes and duties.

            One World.. One Region.. One price..more or less.. 😉

  10. thejmp187 says:

    That is some list I have a fair share of the ones on it. Hope they become worth more money

  11. Mr Hesse says:

    Clearly pushing the Network by taking so many fairly recent PPV’s out of print, and I’m okay with that.

  12. Velvita says:

    So crazy how many new movies are getting out of print!!!

  13. attitude.era.4life says:

    Bluray IS Jericho!

    Ooooh yessss, we Jerichoholics have waited ages for this to come true. It will be hard though to top the 2010 dvd release, at least regarding artwork.. love that blue’ish Matrix like artwork of that one.

    But, nonetheless.. a wellcome release..hope it will make it.

    Regarding OOP of releases, makes me think that in the nearby future, discs-collectors like me need to make fast moves on buying sets, cos the writings on the wall say: less productions efforts on physical medias.

    Wonder, if same thing will happen in UK and Europe, if or when the Network will be branded over time.

  14. Richard says:

    So many DVDs and blurays taken out of print is probably a cost cutting move by WWE linked to the Network.

    If they stop producing these, WWE saves $$ – and if these titles are not readily available, but DO become available on the Network, this gives a fan more incentive to sign up.

    DVDs of the PPV events are likely to go away anyway. What’s the point? If you buy the DVD of Battleground – then you’re likely a hardcore WWE fan so you probably have the Network, which means more and more fans will NOT be buying the PPV DVDs.

    Producing DVD style-documentaries that are exclusive to the Network and not available on DVD/Bluray is another way to go.

  15. Scott says:

    I wonder if there’s any chance the Raw tag match VS Austin/HHH makes the cut? Has it been published anywhere?

  16. TheManInBlu says:

    I’d be up for a new Jericho Blu-ray right away. Shut up and take my money 🙂 As for the list of out of print DVDs/Blu-rays, that is very strange and a little worrisome. A lot of these are PPVs from late last year or stuff like Bret Hart’s Dungeon Collection released a year and a half ago. Is it because they sold poorly? If that is the case does that mean the WWE might slow its output of home video releases in the years to come? No doubt the Network has something to do with that, but a lot of us folks (like me in Montreal, Canada where stupid Rogers isn’t available, besides I haven’t had cable in ages so I wouldn’t be able to get it either way) don’t have access to the Network and won’t for a long time if at all. Plus I’m a collector and enjoy purchasing physical media of my favorite wrestling Superstars and PPVs. I hope Blu-ray/DVD releases are here to stay!!

    • Mark D says:

      VPN? That work’s just fine for the Network

      • TheManInBlu says:

        I’ve heard of that but someone would have to explain to me how that is done in detail. I have no clue of how to set it up. And quite frankly, it would really annoy me to have to do that. Why should I run after the WWE to get the Network and give them my hard-earned cash? I’m ready to pay $9.99 a month and even more in a heartbeat to have a streaming Network like in the US. The CRTC isn’t blocking them from doing it so what gives? This idea of turning the Network into an inferior service as a paying cable channel available exclusively to Rogers (in a 10 year deal no less!) is a huge step backwards and not what’s best for business. Why do we Canucks always get the short end of the stick with the WWE?

        • David says:

          The CRTC does control what content is shown in Canada and likely blocking the Network from coming here, which is why we probably won’t see Hulu Plus launch here anytime soon.

          As for getting the US Network in Canada, its super easy. There are many guides online that will give you step-by-step instructions on how to get it. I’ve had it since launch and no issues. Just resigned few weeks ago, paying $60 upfront and I’m good til next March.

          Don’t expect the same US Network to be in Canada for at least a year or so, maybe even more. I remember it took about 2 years for Classics on Demand (WWE 24/7) to be launched in Canada, and even that was through Rogers.

          The CRTC is like a dinosaur that should have been extinct long ago, they just do the big media companies bidding.

          • TheManInBlu says:

            I’ll have to look it up then for the VPN solution. I read in an article that the CRTC said they do not control online programming in Canada so that’s why I was wondering why we couldn’t get it like in the US. It’s no secret the Network in the US has not met the WWE’s expectations and I believe that they were using Canada as guinea pigs to see if it would work better as a 24/7 TV channel, hence why they’re holding back on giving us the full online Network. It remains to be seen what will happen. From what I’ve heard recently, the CRTC is giving Rogers and WWE a hard time because they are stepping on the toes of channels like The Fight Network and the Netpack might actually be in peril. I just want the Network online where I can watch it wherever I want; laptop, cell, TV, etc. I’ll keep waiting to see how it all unfolds in the coming months.

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