Eagle-eyed WDN readers may have spotted our WWE DVD Release Dates page update today with a new title in the works for 2018 — and this one’s money! 💵
Following the first PPV events of the new year, the RAW and SmackDown Live 2017 retrospective, the NXT 2017 retrospective and the RAW 25th Anniversary set, WWE will be releasing their first-ever DVD collection on Shane McMahon after holding off on the release two years ago.
The new Shane O’Mac DVD will take the form of “Shane McMahon’s Craziest Matches”; a concept talked about in early 2017 which was then rumored to have been given the green light later in the year. WrestlingDVDNetwork.com can exclusively confirm that this WWE Home Video offering will become a reality on June 11th in the United Kingdom and June 12th in the United States.
It will be produced as 3-disc DVD set that compiles together all of Shane’s greatest moments, high-risk maneuvers and leaps of faith since he first entered the ring as a competitor in 1999.
WWE likely postponed this project two years ago with the view of including more matches that Shane would inevitably go on to have in the company. Since returning to WWE as an on-screen talent he has gone to war in not one but two Hell in a Cell matches, stole the show with AJ Styles at WrestleMania, and was involved in Survivor Series Elimination Matches at both the 2016 and 2017 events, suffering a concussion in the former while Shane was the last man to be eliminated in the latter.
Check back for further updates and match picks for the Shane O’Mac DVD very soon. Look for your pre-order opportunity in the coming weeks at Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk.
Shane McMahon is known as a huge risk-taker, who provides “OMG” moments on a regular basis. This compilation features all of his greatest & craziest matches, spanning his entire time in WWE. Featuring battles with Undertaker, Big Show, Randy Orton, Mankind, Kane, & more.
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And I’m here still waiting for an goldust Booker t kane Mark henry big show and undertaker documentaries oh well
You missed the pretty comprehensive ‘A Giant’s World’ documentary on The Big Show then? I mean I know he’s had the odd storyline since then, but not enough to warrant another full documentary.
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So my question is other than his matches from the last few years what matches can they have on this set from Shanes past that aren’t already on countless other sets? I can’t think of any that haven’t been released on DVD at least once already.
If Shane were having more frequent matches I could see the point. However, he is a special attraction without a doubt who wrestles on occasion. When I think about it, I really can’t believe we are going to get KOTR 2001 again. And they call this set his “craziest” matches? So, basically that will exclude his match with AJ?
Surely whether one would describe a match as “crazy” or not is quite subjective to that individual. For example, the AJ match received high praise, so some may describe it as “crazy good”.
That’s what I was thinking. When I think of “crazy” I realize he isn’t Foley, but I feel like it covers any match he’s ever had
Yes, but a fan of his might like to own all his classic matches in one set. I agree in the sense that a Shane match compilation does nothing for me either, but these “best ofs” are aimed at fans of that particular wrestler, not everyone. It’s like saying what’s the point of buying an Beatles “best of” when you already have their albums. Because it’s a compilation of the hits in one place. Doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be produced just because there are no new tracks.
Yes but this site is filled with born on third base types who think they could be catered to specifically.
actually it would be more along the lines of a Beatles “Best of” if you already own compilations like “Greatest Hits of the 60’s”, “Best of the British Invasion” etc.
(because I assume Brandon Vendetta was also refering to sets other than the particular ppv releases)
Except you never see Beatles recordings on general 60s compilations. They don’t allow it. 60s compilations feature bands like The Hollies, Gerry and The Pacemakers, The Supremes etc. but never Beatles.
Shane isn’t a terrible choice, but I can’t help but think of all the wrestlers who should have sets by now like Rick Rude or even Andre. How about WWE makes a set of all the wrestlers who were on the mid-cards? Guys like The Honky Tonk Man, Greg Valentine, and Rick Martel all had some great matches in their careers.
because unfortunately it won’t make as much money.
That’s the sad truth. WWE will have done their research on this through polls etc. and unfortunately a lot of more old-school type stuff focussed on one single old school wrestler doesn’t sell that well. WWE may have just opted to tell Andre’s story in the way that they did on the ‘True Giants’ DVD and leave it at that. And as much as I love Rick Rude and think he was one of the best heels ever and personally wish they would do a DVD for him, perhaps he just doesn’t have much of a hook for a story in terms of a documentary, and his greatest matches have been repeatedly released for years.
Are you serious? No one is going to buy a Honky Tonk Man, Greg Valentine, Rick Martel DVD set. Ok 50 people tops.
I would have bought the Shane DVD pre-Network but since has a Shane McMahon collection on their network (for I think pretty much going on almost 2 years now) with a majority of his pre-return matches, why would I buy a DVD of that same content?
So with four DVDs in Q2 2018 does this mean we will starting getting four DVDs (not counting the usual PPV releases) again like we used to in every quarter other than Q1? That could mean there are still some we don’t know about for 2018.
This is a big deal to finally get Shane people. It’s not “running out of ideas” or “repeat compilations”. It’s been anticipated for years.
Nobody is clamouring for a shane mcmahon dvd, if so then that really shows wwe are running out of ideas when there are more worthy wrestlers who are more deserving of their own sets. And a set like this is bound to have repeats. I can already think of a few matches already on other sets that will most likely get repeated here.
So what if it has repeats. Not everyone wants to track down old DVDs just to get one match when you can conveniently have them all on one set.
Yes but if my options are to either track down matches that I already own or spend 20 dollars or more and buy a set with all the same matches I already have just so they are all together I think I’ll save the 20 dollars and just search in my collection. I don’t know about anybody else on here but I am sick of paying for repeats. If you already own all the matches and you go out and buy them all over again because you don’t want to search through your collection that is pure laziness to me sir. Sorry
Maybe they want to put the DVD pn and just let it play through, without changing discs after every match? Or maybe they just have more money than you and can afford the compilation set, in which case, that’s your problem and not theirs?
Never said I couldn’t afford it smart ass you obviously missed the point once again.
The “20 dollars” was clearly an issue for you.
And lately missing the point of what someone is trying to say has clearly been an issue for you.
I love you, Brandon. Have a great day. xx
Here’s some news Knox… you don’t speak for everybody.
Looks like it once again gonna be a release on DVD only..which means it comes in a box, clumsy big and thick enough to fit a VHS tape, just like Angle and Unreleased 85-96! (UK versions at least)
It would have been great to have the Orton-matches from NwO and RAW night after in 2009 on bluray along with the only interesting matches from WM 32 and 33.
It would also be too sweet, if Angle and Shane could do a joint commentary on their epic Street Fight match, as a nice addition to their individual breakdown of the match that was featured as extra on the KOTR 2001 DVD.
But..trend appearently seems to be DVD only for releases like this., oh well..problaly gonna end up getting it eventually, for the sake of having a compilation of matches hightlighting a non-wrestler in a time-period, that is hundred times more entertaining, exiting and with more heart than just about anything that is going on in todays product.
So you’re complaining about a dvd that “comes in a box, clumsy big and thick enough to fit a VHS tape” only to say that you’ll be picking it up in the end. Any idea how silly you sound?
Not as silly as someone who replies to it, though he/she/it thinks it’s silly. Gotta love those trolls! -lol-
You’ve just been caught out from complaining about this, this and this only to say you’ll buy that particular item. Why complain in the first place then or are you just looking for some attention?
The whole complaining but buying anyway is something I’ll admit I do often. I’m going to assume the people on this website are frequent buyers and will probably buy the product no matter what so they don’t miss a release. It doesn’t become a matter of buying only the ones you like, but buying to get the entire collection. I pretty much own every WWF/WWE media release ever besides the kids stuff, which includes releases I don’t particularly care for.
Can’t fault SRB’s comment here, to be fair. I think we’re all guilty of this, to an extent.
Lol, a moaning comment only to conclude that you’re gonna buy it anyway.
the lack of digipaks for the UK/EU releases is really annoying. Silver Vision released some back then and Fremantle (afaik) never even bothered to have anything else than that (pretty much “robbing” us of some good artwork).
I do agree, and the problem with Fremantle’s plastic packaging is that it nearly always results in discs being loose in the box and scratched by the time they reach you in the post when you order online.
I’m really upset with the fact that they’ve pretty much stopped w/the blu-ray releases.
at least in their last statements, Fremantle hinted at them continuing to put out blurays for some releases (I guess the ones they assume to be bigger sellers). of course it sucks for the fans in the other regions (because it’s not even like with dvds, where many more recent players are codefree anyway).
WWE must be running out of ideas for their dvds.
Why, because they’re releasing one on a guy that they have never done a set for before? Sounds like a new idea to me.
I can think of far more wrestlers who are more deserving of their own dvd set than a guy who’s a stuntman and not a wrestler.
There are already countless Shane McMahon matches out there on other sets. This is a waste of time.
Not everyone buys every DVD out there. They don’t have the money either.
“I can think of far more wrestlers who are more deserving of their own dvd”
That’s just your opinion though.
And there may be more “deserving” wrestlers, but they don’t necessarily equate to a great seller. WWE do the research off survey polls, and if more people showed interest in a Shane DVD than a Rude, Andre or Luger DVD, then a Shane DVD is what they will release.
Nope, not just an opinion but also fact. Nobody asked for a Shane McMahon dvd and many have clamoured for a DiBiase, Rude & Andre dvd for years.
It can never be “fact” that somebody is more “deserving” of something. That is ALWAYS an opinion.
What’s up with Amazon not updating with the new releases or pre orders???
Meh… I’m sick of repeat compilations… was hoping for news on Shawn Michaels unreleased set
another Shawn Michaels dvd? Dude, give it a rest!
There is literally nothing wrong with him hoping to get what he would like. So you “give it a rest” and let people have their own opinion.
another Shawn Michaels dvd? Yeah no thanks
Lol, that was the best response you could come up with?
I’ll buy the Shane McMahon set.i hope 2018 is a better year for WWE dvds
I have a feeling this Shane mcmahon set will be a good one