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The Official Upcoming Wrestling DVDs Thread!

Discussion in 'General Wrestling' started by Castiel, Feb 21, 2012.

  1. Sabretooth

    Sabretooth Well-Known Member

    Ohhhh damn that stings. Stop taking everything so severely.
  2. Sabretooth

    Sabretooth Well-Known Member

    LMFAO a Santino DVD. If that gets made, I'm buying it then burning it. Top 25 entrances sounds pretty cool. It'd be kind of weird to see full matches where the highlight apparently is the entrance. Best of BoD sounds watchable on a rainy Sunday.
  3. Admin Post

    Smarkslayer Tomb Raider

    I am severely upset at the lack of episodes from 2000 and 2002. And there should way more from 2001. Such a pivotal time that was.

    I wouldn't mind the Divas release... Although I would hunt down and murder every member of the WWE Home Video division if they include Kelly Kelly and Eve.

    Please learn.
  4. Sabretooth

    Sabretooth Well-Known Member

    Ok Brandon.
  5. McGrady

    McGrady McGrady

    ....I like the sound of Christmas Classics.
  6. Are those real options? Man, it's time to stop releasing DVD's when those are the best DVD options they could think of. A breakdown of the different DVD choices:

    - Santino Marella - Who's going to buy a 3 disc Santino set? If they want to make an one disc Superstar Collection DVD, fine, but a main DVD set for Santino sounds really weak.

    - Best of Shotgun Saturday Night - This is a joke, right? :lol: It was practically a D show with just lowcarders throughout it's entire run outside of the first few weeks. There literally isn't a single match from Shotgun that would justify a Shotgun DVD.

    - Best of The Brothers of Destruction - Eh, I don't have a problem with it. Chances are it'd actually sell and is probably the smartest DVD idea in this list.

    - WWE Christmas Classics - Really random of an idea.

    - Best of WWE Velocity - If you can't show Chris Benoit, then there isn't any point. Velocity was just a show for the lowcarders and only the most hardcore of fans would buy a DVD for the entire Paul London/Akio series.

    - Best of Superstars - It's not a terrible idea, although, there's not a whole lot of really good or notable matches from the original Superstars run that isn't on DVD already. When the WWE added Hart/Backlund from one of those list DVD's, they eliminated the main reason for a Superstars DVD. It's at least a better idea than Velocity or Shotgun though.

    - Top 25 Superstar Entrances - Just a random list DVD. I really don't care about the lists, but it's a chance to throw on a bunch of random matches that haven't been on DVD yet. This one has a really good chance of being made.

    - Tribute to the Troops - Oh boy, a bunch of subpar matches on a 3 disc set? I can't wait!

    - Best of the Slammys - Random DVD idea. It could be okay if it's just treated like the list DVD's. Talk about the Slammy's for an hour and then spend the rest of the time showing matches.

    - Top WWE Divas - Doesn't appeal to me, but it's been quite some time since a Diva's DVD, correct? So meh, make it for those wacky fans that are into the Divas.
  7. Fanged Fury

    Fanged Fury Guest

    If they did a Top WWE Divas DVD, I would buy it just because I love everything divas. I wouldn't mind if they had Kelly or Eve in it. Do I care for those two? No, but they are part of the history of the diva's division. They were the eye candy era. But when I think about Top WWE Divas, they have to include the following:

    Molly Holly
    Stephanie McMahon
    Beth Phoenix
    Michelle McCool
    Mickie James
    Trish Stratus
    Sherri Martel
    Fabulous Moolah
    Miss Elizabeth

    You get where I'm going, right? I don't mind eye candies making the list because hello, we had eras that was all about eye candy, but I also think they need to give appreciation to those hard hitting and hard working women that really helped paved the way to make women's wrestling popular.
  8. Sabretooth

    Sabretooth Well-Known Member

    Awesome. There's only one Mr WrestleMania. Let's hope for confirmation.
  9. The Viper

    The Viper Well-Known Member

    Eh. Skipable set. I have all the Wrestlemania's that feature the HBK matches I care about. If I wanna watch those matches, I'll just pop in my DVD's.

    Yes, I know they're all in one place now but still. So meh.
  10. The Linebacker

    The Linebacker [Blank Space]

    it is a great set of matches, but a lot have already been released repeatedly elsewhere.
  11. Sabretooth

    Sabretooth Well-Known Member

    TBH I think its worth it at a reasonable price.
  12. Eh...it will sell. Personally, I'd be more into just having a fourth regular Shawn Michaels DVD. You can still throw on matches like The Rockers vs Haku/Barbarian and Michaels vs Diesel, but you won't have to waste DVD space on matches like Michaels vs Razor Ramon or Michaels vs Taker for the millionth time.
  13. The Viper

    The Viper Well-Known Member

    ...or the incredibly overrated Iron Man Match from 'Mania.
  14. Sabretooth

    Sabretooth Well-Known Member

    I just got another great deal. I got The Best of Raw Seasons 1 & 2, Raw Top 100 Moments, and Best of Raw 15th Anniversary for the grand total of $20. Sometimes you gotta look and wait
  15. Not too bad of a deal. Beware though, Best of Raw 15th Anniversary can be pretty disappointing. For whatever reason, they greatly edited the Flair/Perfect match, cutting out a good ten minutes of it. That does not include the commercial breaks though. Considering that match was one of the few reasons why I had any interest in the DVD, it's a skippable DVD for me.

    On the plus side, The Best of Raw Seasons 1 & 2, got things right by showing the full match as it originally appeared on Raw way back in 1993. Considering both DVD's have the awesome Bret/Kid match, The Best of Raw Seasons 1 & 2 eliminated any reason I had in wanting to buy Best of Raw 15th Anniversary.

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