EXCLUSIVE: WWE Planning New BROCK LESNAR Documentary DVD & Blu-ray for 2016!

October 23, 2015 by Daniel Bee

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In a month his “Go to Hell” tour kicked off live from Madison Square Garden, in a week he went face-to-face with a “Rattlesnake”, and on a weekend he goes to war with “The Phenom”, WrestlingDVDNetwork.com exclusively reveals plans for a new BROCK LESNAR WWE DVD!

As of right now, the Lesnar DVD/Blu-ray set appears on the 2016 WWE Home Video Schedule, filling one of the two remaining slots we were yet to confirm.

Information we’ve received suggests that in addition to a compilation of matches and moments, this one will contain an all-new documentary feature on Brock’s life and career.

“The Beast” is not the only one WWE has a documentary-themed DVD tentatively planned for – their schedule also lists the Dudleyz, Scott Hall, Eric Bischoff, and possibly even Shane O’Mac!

More as we get it.

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After a number of creative changes and a mire of confusion, below we can show the FINAL cover artwork draft for the “Owen: Hart of Gold” DVD and Blu-ray this December!

The title lettering is now brighter and, as reported, the background has been removed.

WWE Owen: Hart of Gold Blu-ray - Final Cover Artwork

Get your copy of WWE “Owen: Hart of Gold” DVD or Blu-ray…

Australia: December 2nd. Pre-order your copy now from WWEDVD.com.au.

UK/Europe: December 7th. Pre-order now from Amazon.co.uk.

USA: December 8th. Pre-order your copy now here on Amazon.com.


Following the first 2016 WWE DVD Release Dates being revealed earlier this week for fans in the UK and Europe, the first few release dates for Australia are now confirmed below.

Survivor Series 2015 – January 6th, 2016
TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2015 – February 4th, 2016
The Best of RAW & SmackDown 2015 – February 4th, 2016

The early 2016 release schedule for the United States should become clear next.

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Kayfabe Commentaries have been hyping up their “Timeline: The History of WWE” DVD series this month, which recently hit 21 editions with 50 hours of footage! In doing so they took a little shot at WWE’s own “History of WWE” DVD release from 2 years ago.

What can we say…we’re naturally ambitious here at KC! Several years ago we said to ourselves, “what if we got the biggest stars of the largest wrestling federation in history to sit down and relive the company’s history with us?” In print form it would be a massively voluminous work, but what if we could create a book-on-video? What if we could create an open-ended historical telling of the history of WWE, each chapter a different year, told by a different talent. It would be first-hand accounts, no historians and writers. The stars would tell the history from their perspective.

Collection of 'Timeline: The History of WWE' DVDs - Kayfabe Commentaries

Well you know the rest. We did it. Our “Timeline: The History of WWE” series is now 21 editions long and still growing. The history of the company is told by stars like Bruno Sammartino, Bret Hart, Roddy Piper, Lex Luger, Superstar Billy Graham, Jim Cornette, The Honky Tonk Man and many more.

Imagine trying to tell this story in a 2 hour DVD like the one recently released? Our collection is currently about 50 hours long and will continue to grow. We are proud of this historical compendium which tells the unauthorized history of WWE in its good, bad, and ugly days. Go inside the glorious moments with great champions, and also the scourge of scandal and tragedy. The stories are definitely not shareholder approved!

WEEKEND EBAY FINDS: A mixed bag of goodies found up for grabs this time – including steal prices on Anthology box sets, rare WWF DVDs going cheap, and a massive lot of 60 sets!

All are expiring in auctions today and through the coming weekend. Links below…

Rare WWF DVDs - The Best of RAW Vol. 1 & 2

$4.85Brothers of Destruction DVD (Free Shipping)
$9.99WWE/WWF nWo: Back in Black DVD
$10.00WWF No Mercy 2001 DVD
$10.50Monday Night War Vol. 2: Know Your Role Blu-ray (Sealed)
$15.49WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD (Free Shipping)
$19.99Lot of 3 WWF DVDs (Best of RAW, Tough Enough…)
$20.00Backlash 2001 DVD
$26.27Full Set of WWE Royal Rumble Anthologies
$57.00WrestleMania Anthology DVD Box Set (Free Shipping)
$80.00Lot of 10 Wrestling DVDs (incl. 6 Rare WWF DVDs)
$130.00Big Lot of 60 WWE DVDs (Free Shipping)

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  1. YesBrock says:

    Yes! Brock!

  2. Joe Young says:

    They included A LOT of good matches on the Collector’s Edition of the last Lesnar DVD so hoping for no repeats and anything that happened after Extreme Rules 2012.

    Hpefully, we’ll get a proper documentary this time. It was weird watching his previous one without him giving any thoughts so whatever on whatever subject they were talking about.

    • Paul Timmins says:

      I’d like to see some earlier OVW matches he had, preferably one where he finished a match with the shooting star press. It’s just a rare sight to see a 300 lbs do that move regularly.

  3. Anan says:

    No doubt that Taker vs Lesnar from WM30 and against Cena at Summerslam 2014 will be two of the matches on the new set. But I’d really like trilogy with Taker – WM30, Summerslam, HIAC – along with that crazy brawl he had with Taker the night after Battleground to be on there. I can see their previous HIAC there too for some reason. His return after WM28 might get a spot too.

  4. Brad Attitude says:

    If this documentary is hour or below, then I’m just gonna download it. As for the matches, nothing will ever top the listing from his previous bluray set. That pretty much had all his big matches up until then.

    • RCS1988 says:

      It was just a re-release with extra stuff as you call Blu-ray. This would be completely new.

      • Brad Attitude says:

        I know it was re-released but all his big matches were there and that’s what made that set great. Nobody cared about the outdated documentary since he only spoke for bout 10 mins. Since coming back to WWE, his matches have been boring and he usually put little to no effort in them. Curious to see what matches are left to add to this new dvd/bluray set.

  5. me says:

    I hope they show some of the dark matches he did before debuting in 2002. He did quite a few during that period. Some were against Randy Orton so that would be an even bigger look at a different time for two stars.

  6. John says:

    I am surprised Brock is getting another release, the previous release is a great set…I will see what matches will be on and I will decide if I want to buy it or not

  7. GEOLINK says:

    About time Brock gets a new documentary release.

  8. Eric says:

    I will definitely buy the Lesnar blu ray.

  9. attitude.era.4life says:

    A BIGGIE indeed.. would’nt have guessed that one…yet.. since he made a 3 year contract, I thought they would have waited with another Lesnar release till maybe 2017.

    But, hey.. Here comes the Pain yet again.. One of my favorites, the release from 2003 / 2012.. I still get amused by the akward funny in charachter comments between the matches and segments on the bluray..”I don’t feel pain, I don’t even know what it is!” -lol-

    The stretcher match against Big Show, that was a huge omission from the bluray version of “Here comes the Pain”, needs to be on this, along with all of his matches from his current run, that would prevent me from getting all those ppv’s over time.

    • HD says:

      That stretcher match and the Smackdown title match against Chris Benoit were the big omissions from HCTP. If I’m not mistaken, the former was in the original 2003 release but taken out of the re-release because Benoit’s name appears on the stretcher, they even left the video package in (but with his name blurred) for the “documentary” disc but removed the match.

      • Jeff Copeland says:

        i think they removed the stretcher match cause of alot of chokeing with the cable lesnar did to show and i still think wwe is a big NO NO!! with choking on ppvs or dvds

        • Joe Young says:

          I really hate the choking rule. Can’t do it on home releases, but left intact on the Network versions. Such bullsh**.

    • me says:

      I was surprised to see it this early too. I thought they’d do something like Brock vs Rock (or Austin – whatever the WM32 match is) Once In a Lifetime like they did with Rock vs Cena in 2012 but since Lesnar is so introverted maybe they thought he wouldn’t have much to say.

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