As we revealed on our Facebook page yesterday, the documentary feature on WWE’s upcoming Edge “You Think You Know Me?” DVD runs 1 hour 50 minutes, according to BBFC.
The entire 3-Disc Edge DVD will have an approximate runtime of 6 hours and 46 minutes. There will be just over 90 minutes of exclusive footage on the Blu-ray edition, which takes that version to about 8 Hours and 18 Minutes.
To compare, “The Epic Adventure of The Rock”, which hits stores next Tuesday, is very similar in length. The DVD is approx. 6 hours and 53 minutes long and the Blu-ray version with bonus content 8 hours and 21 minutes.
According to the schedule we have access to, upcoming WWE PPV events Elimination Chamber 2012 and Extreme Rules 2012 will not be produced on Blu-ray format in North America.
On the flip side, Elimination Chamber is confirmed for Blu-ray in the UK, to be released in May. A few of our readers have sent word that the latest European exclusive WWE PPV Blu-ray, Vengeance 2011, is region free and working on US players. Each release from SummerSlam to Vengeance on BD have been tested region free.
In other Blu-ray news, following the reported problems with Best PPV Matches 2011 with many experiencing issues playing the second disc in the US, it looks like it has been removed from sale at Amazon. Take a look over here and you’ll see there are now only third party sellers offering the Blu-ray edition, not Amazon themselves.
Courtesy of WSS, below is a shot of next Tuesday’s The Epic Journey of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson on Blu-ray disc.
With thanks to Silvervision.co.uk, here are new video trailers for the DVD/Blu-ray releases of The Best of RAW & Smackdown 2011 and Royal Rumble 2012.