WWE Raw 2010 Blu-ray for $22, Rumble 2011, DDP/WCW Nitro DVD?

January 22, 2011 by Daniel Bee

Since WWE Blu-ray releases are no longer Best Buy exclusives in the USA beginning 2011, WWEShop now have the latest title Raw: Best of 2010 Blu-ray up for pre-order.

Using code JAN11 you can get the price down to $22.09 + shipping (15% off). Click the logo below to go there now!

According to DDP on his Twitter account (“DaRealDDP”) he’s in talks with WWE about hosting the upcoming Best of WCW Nitro DVD set. Here’s what he had to say on there:

“Just got the Word… Looks like I may be hosting the Best of Nitro coming out on WWE dvds…Sounds like a Great time… I’ll keep you posted.”

Silver Vision have now confirmed that for the European market there will be a usual 2 Disc Blu-ray release for WWE Royal Rumble 2011 (with the Raw & Smackdown episodes included). For the North American market there have been plans to release it as a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack.

Speaking of WWE DVDs in UK/Europe, Survivor Series 2010 will be released next month and one edition will have a limited edition slipcase, which has replaced the usual Steel Book version.

Get this or the 2 Disc Blu-ray edition first over at Silvervision.co.uk.

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  1. Daniel Bee says:

    US shipping at WWEShop over $3.90 then? Maybe it’s just working out cheaper for people overseas.

  2. Eric Rich says:

    After shipping cost, it’s still cheaper at amazon…

  3. Daniel Bee says:

    That’s exactly what it is. How a lot of movies are released on Blu-ray now. Personally it’s no use to me either.

  4. Aaron says:

    this might be a dumb questiong, but what is a blu ray/dvd combo pack? a 2-disc set with the event on a regular dvd and a blu ray disc? if so, that’s kinda…stupid.

  5. The Angelic One says:

    Aww, I loved the Steelbook editions. ๐Ÿ™

  6. Platt says:

    I have a Blu Ray drive for my PC so I can play any region through that. Originally I bought all Region A due to them coming out earlier and only Region B for the UK exclusives. Now for PPVs I’m waiting for the UK release so I can get the SD show as well and the RAW and just getting the non PPV sets from the US.

  7. Daniel Bee says:

    All WWE Blu-rays are region locked. The one’s on WWEShop and other US sources are Region A.

    I know Platt is from the UK so I assume he has a Region A player in addition to a Region B one. I have a multi-region Blu-ray player made by Japanese company called Momitsu so that’s how I do it. So far it plays everything I tried on it but I know they no longer “support” it with firmware due to backlash from the studios ๐Ÿ™

    One way of doing it would be to have a PS3 console from your home region and then try to pick up a cheap (used?) standalone Blu-ray player from the other region.

  8. Adam says:

    Are the WWE blu-rays region locked, I’m here in the uk. Some websites say they are others say ‘unknown’, the boxes say they are, but they? Or are you guys using region hacked/international blu players? What’s da score?

  9. Daniel Bee says:

    No problem. I ordered one too ๐Ÿ˜€

    Not sure yet whether the USA Rumble will be a combo pack but that’s how it appears on our schedule so it was planned at least. We will see.

  10. Platt says:

    Thanks for the info on the wwe.com sale just cancelled my Amazon order and picked up the BluRay from there instead.

    I’m torn about the Rumble now I want to UK version to get the go home Smackdown but getting the combo set is probab;y going to be much cheaper than buying the BluRay and DVD seperatly.

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