The two winners selected in our recent “Attitude Era – Volume 2” DVD giveaway have e-mail addresses beginning “bronski161″ and ba.rockshow”.
Congratulations if that’s you – look out for a notification from us to claim your prize.
If that’s not you, stay tuned to WrestlingDVDNews.com this week as we’ll be starting this year’s Christmas Giveaway with lots of planned WWE DVD prizes!
You may recall that when WWE released “The Best of Sting DVD” back in September, there was an error made on the back cover artwork. One of the photos was actually not Steve Borden (Sting) but rather Jeff Farmer, portraying the “nWo Sting” character.
Check out the original error again in these DVD photos and these Blu-ray photos. We can confirm that WWE have now corrected the artwork, replacing the erroneous photo with one of Sting and Bret Hart (shown below). The re-printed copies are being shipped to stores.
Thanks to Robert Livingston, “number1jf” and “gemni888” for sending word.
The Blue Meanie is at it again! His latest “ECW Unreleased – Volume 3” DVD/Blu-ray reveal on Twitter is another match from Hostile City Showdown 1997:
— Taz vs. Rob Van Dam
Hostile City Showdown • March 15, 1997
These are the other matches revealed so far:
Kid Kash vs. E.Z. Money
Anarchy Rulz • October 1, 2000
ECW Tag Team Championship Match
The Eliminators vs. The Dudleys
Hostile City Showdown • March 15, 1997
ECW Television Championship Match
Chris Jericho vs. Shane Douglas
Allentown, PA • July 12, 1996
Cactus Jack vs. Bam Bam Bigelow
Just Another Night • February 23, 1996
Tommy Dreamer, Cactus Jack & The Pitbulls vs. Raven, Stevie Richards, Dudley Dudley & Big Dick Dudley
WrestlePalooza • August 5, 1995 (Blu-ray Exclusive)
The new animated movie “The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age Smackdown” is now available to pre-order here on Amazon.com.
As mentioned, the planned release date for the DVD/Blu-ray is March 17th, 2015.
Fans in the UK and Europe, there’s 12% off every DVD/Blu-ray available at WWEDVD.co.uk right now, with the exception of pre-orders. Also, the new promo code “CBACK20” has surfaced which gives 20% off all orders! Both promotions expire next Friday.
EBAY DEALS – BE QUICK!
Going cheap in eBay auctions today is a WWF Rock Bottom 1998 DVD ($0.99), a SummerSlam 2000 DVD ($2.25), and a lot of 12 WrestleMania DVDs/Blu-rays ($26.00):
$0.99 – WWF Rock Bottom 1998 DVD
$2.25 – WWF SummerSlam 2000 DVD
$26.00 – Lot of 12 WrestleMania DVDs/Blu-rays (Free Shipping)
Ending tomorrow in eBay auctions is a limited edition (Vince McMahon signed) WrestleMania box set, an original WWF WrestleMania 16 DVD, and a well used copy of the WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD:
$12.99 – WWF WrestleMania 16 DVD
$19.99 – WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD
$132.50 (CDN) – Limited Edition WrestleMania Anthology Box Set
It’s a little off topic but still a “why don’t they fix” question….back in 2008 the Rock & Roll Express were released in the classic superstars figure line, some moron in the factory obviously didn’t know Morton from Gibson & the figures were painted wrong…Morton has black hair & Gibson has blonde…why was THIS never corrected?? I waited 22 yrs for their figures only for wwe to f**k it up majorly & it’s a shame because I bought a 2nd set & corrected the paint job & it looks exactly like them.
why don’t they fix the warrior typo they made on dvd / blu Ray. They had the match listing wrong on the back.
ecw unreleased 3 is shaping up to be one of the best releases of next year, cant wait for it even though it’ll be wwe edited-swearing & music
Glad someone got a picture of it, the Wal-Mart nearest me still had like 2 copies of the misprint, may have to go back to get one to keep sealed after Christmas.I already have it unsealed, but we all know that plastic can make the difference. Should I or not? What do you guys think?
I own a Blu-Ray copy with the original packaging that includes the error. One day it will be worth millions
Sure, it’ll be worth millions the same day you admit to watching Youtube videos 🙂
Dan, do you think the error prints will be rare?
Probably a lot were printed but it’s a collectible thing for us hardcores to keep hold of. Sellers on eBay may try to charge high prices for ones with the original photo.
I can’t imagine it’ll be worth too much. Remember the “History of the Intercontinental Championship” where they put a pic of Buddy Roberts on there because they thought he was Pat Patterson? How much is that one going for? I can’t imagine it’ll be very different.
There was a Summerslam DVD where the main event sound cut out in the middle of the match. I think the match was Orton/Benoit. My point is that WWE actually makes errors all the time. I don’t recall them being worth much money due to the error.
Exclusives seem to be worth more: Homecoming, Trish FYE, the metal boxes of PPVs.
I never heard about the Summerslam 2004 audio cut since I bought the Canadian KOCH version which was fine. I guess it was only in US copies.
The only really issues I had with WWE DVDs was the Wrestlemania Anthology when I first bought it back in 2005. WM18 for instance use to freeze up due to the crappy double-sided DVDs which are prone to scratches. None of my players were to play past Austin vs. Scott Hall. I had the original print of the WM18 DVD so didn’t bother me too much.
I’m surprised companies still use double-sided discs. Those are the absolute worst and just cheaply made. I read reviews on Amazon and lot of people had problems with the WM Anthology and its not like they can send back one or two discs, but the whole thing and when they receive a new one, then again would have to check the discs if there were issues. Just a pain.
Wow! What an amateur mistake on the part of WWE!! So much for quality control!