Extreme Rules 2012 Extras, WM28 Blu-Ray Price Drop, Top 50 Finishers

May 12, 2012 by Daniel Bee

According to Shock Entertainment the following is the sole extra feature to be included on the WWE Extreme Rules 2012 DVD.

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Matt Striker Interviews CM Punk.

 
Extreme Rules is released to the United States on May 28th, and will be available in Australia from June 6th.

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Shock Entertainment also released a second synopsis for WWE: The 50 Greatest Finishing Moves in WWE History, set for release on DVD and Blu-ray.

It’s a countdown of the top 50 finishing moves in WWE History! Watch all your favorite WWE Superstars as they countdown the best finishing moves, and discuss each one along the way. Plus Disc 2 and 3 include over 6 hours of bonus matches, including many tag team matches, where you can see many of the top finishing moves performed in the one match. Moves that are sure to be included are: The Stone Cold Stunner, Rock Bottom, Pedigree, Sweet Chin Music, Tombstone, Go To Sleep and more. Did your favorite WWE finishing move make the list?

This one is released to the USA on August 21st, following the Superstar Collection.


The WrestleMania 28 Blu-ray has had another price drop over here at Amazon. It’s now listed at just $16.99, which is the same price as the DVD.

Here are some pics of that edition, with thanks to @alwrestling on Twitter.

Blu-ray Exclusives: Best in the World, Undertaker seeks revenge, Rock comes back to Portland, John Cena returns home, Rock/Cena final confrontation.


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  1. regal is underrated says:

    what is up with the dvd extras these days?

  2. Anonymous says:

    why isnt extreme rules being released on blu ray

  3. Thomas says:

    hopefully Extreme Rules 2012 will be available to buy in the UK

  4. BN says:

    Will Extreme Rules be region free should I buy it and ship from UK?

    • Legend_Killer says:

      The US release will be region 1, the Australian one region 4. So unless Silver Vision produces it, European fans will not have it.

      • LP1 says:

        I wouldn’t hold my breath waiting for SilverVision to release this…

        or any other new WWE release in the future. The rumors from last week appear more and more to be true. Even PWInsider has mentioned it.

  5. Tony Kegger says:

    Do you know if the Pre-Show match will be included?

  6. Daniel Bee says:

    WM28 price has gone up now. DVD $19.96, Blu-ray $24.96

    http://amzn.to/JKWFch

  7. Chris says:

    Lame PPV DVD “extra” as always. It’s amazing how little effort they put into them now, considering how great PPV DVD extras used to be.

  8. StingaLing says:

    Finishers DVD sounds like it’s chock full of TV tag matches, didn’t think it could get worse…

  9. Anton says:

    Is it weird that I’m salivating at the fact that it has a MA15+ Rating? I haven’t seen a MA15+ WWE DVD in ages…

  10. Anonymous says:

    No Miz Santino I’m not buying it

  11. Geolink says:

    Contacted Amazon about the recent price drop and I got a $8 promotional credit.

  12. LP1 says:

    No Santino vs Miz preshow match included with Extreme Rules? Wow. It’s bad enough that they don’t air the preshow live on the ppv channel itself(they still show the taped Free For All), but now they’re not even including it as an extra. Fail!

    • AJ says:

      They don’t air the match on the Free For All because they have a contract with YouTube to provide exclusive material, not because they don’t want to. But, I’m sure it cost more money to air it on their considering the satellite fees

      • LP1 says:

        I would understand the YouTube exclusivity thing as a reason for not airing the preshow on the ppv channel, but that excuse holds no water because WWE also airs the preshow on Facebook and WWE.com itself. So its not because of an exclusive YouTube agreement. Also WWE is already paying for the tv time to air the free for all on the ppv channel, even though it’s taped.

        Regardless, there’s still no excuse for not including the preshow match on the DVD.

        • AJ says:

          I agree about it not being on DVD, but they have it’s an exclusive online show. Even when it’s on Facebook, it links to YouTube. And there is a major difference in cost between a taped show in a studio with about 10 minutes of Scott Stanford talking and the live feed from an arena. Those taped shows are done in advance, where the satellite cost of the provider isn’t cheap.

      • Geolink says:

        That doesn’t make sense because if that were the case then why is the Tag Team match that happened on the WrestleMania pre-show on YouTube on the WrestleMania Blu-ray?

    • Zach says:

      I know. They’re just to damn lazy.

  13. John says:

    Price drops are annoying. No incentive to pre-order anymore.

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