I just recently started collecting DVDs, is there any "must have" ones?
From the small collection I have, I would recomend:
-Breaking the Code: Behind the Walls of Jericho -The Rise and Fall of ECW -The Best There Is, The Best There Was, and The Best There Ever Will Be: Bret "Hitman" Hart Story -Hearbreak and Triumph: Shawn Michaels Story -McMahon -The Rock: The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment
Macho Madness Best of Randy Savage HBK Heartbreak & Triumph (my personal favorite) Rise and Fall of ECW Born to Controversy: Rowdy Roddy Piper The Ultimate Ric Flair Collection Hart and Soul: Hart Family Anthology Breaking the Code: Behind the Walls of Chris Jericho
If you enjoy the documentary discs, which I do a great deal, I would also check out Jake the Snake Roberts Pick Your Poison as it's really one of the best documentary features I think WWE has done.
Post by DgenerationX092 on Aug 15, 2011 15:26:54 GMT -5
I was thinking, WWE is really burning the barn with DVD's at the moment, arent they?
I mean, they put out Legendary Moments, OMG Moments, and they still have the 50 Biggest Matches on the way right? On top of other numerous dvd's that span years of content and Superstars, I'm interested to find out what DVD ideas they possibly plan on doing next year, without re-releasing all this content theyre already putting out. To me, I think that means DVD's based around Superstar Profiles will be the focus of next year.
Im not complaining, im glad we finally get all this content, im just wondering how WWE's mind works on this stuff.
Am I the only one not looking forward to HBK/Bret Hart? I just don't enjoy bret hart matches and am not a big documentary fan.
So looking forward to MITB, Ladder Match 2, and OMG.
Probably you are.
I haven't seen someone saying they don't like it, but well, you got two big factors on why you don't like that idea. Bret Hart is my favorite wrestler of all time, and Shawn is in my top 10, so this is a must for me.
Post by Mr. Orange on Aug 15, 2011 23:57:57 GMT -5
Going to pick up the Money in the Bank DVD Tuesday night. Can't wait. Can't remember the last time I was this excited for a DVD release, or to even get a DVD. It was probably back when I got the unedited WrestleMania X-Seven DVD.
I just went to Wal-Mart and they didn't have Money In The Bank, but I bet Best Buy does.
I got it this morning before work, they had about 5 copies total of it and they had just put them out from what I could tell. They will be gone in no time if I were to guess because they got the same number for Capital Punishment and that DVD was gone in like 2 weeks.
The only special feature is an interview with Daniel Bryan. I was hoping we would get a CM Punk COP return as the special feature, but I suppose it will be included on the video package for SummerSlam.