Fans of Macho Man Randy Savage are going to love this news! WrestlingDVDNews has reported that WWE will release "The Randy Savage Story" on DVD and Blu-ray Tuesday, November 18th of this year. There are three editions of the set planned - the standard three-disc DVD, a two-disc Blu-ray and a huge six-disc Collector's Edition box set. The Collector's Edition will consist of the new 2014 DVD, the 2009 Macho Madness DVD, a Savage t-shirt, a Savage bandanna and Savage sunglasses. It will also feature exclusive tin packaging. The t-shirt, bandana and sunglasses will be exclusive to this set also. More than 20 stars are said to be featured on the documentary including Hulk Hogan, Lex Luger, Diamond Dallas Page, Ricky Steamboat, Jerry Lawler, Kevin Nash, Bret Hart, Jimmy Hart, Gene Okerlund, Ric Flair, Ted DiBiase, Dusty Rhodes and Jake Roberts. Savage's brother Lanny Poffo and his mother Judy Poffo were also interviewed and Lanny is said to be heavily involved with the narration of the project. Below is the official synopsis: "'Macho Man' Randy Savage was best known for his time in World Wrestling Federation (WWF) and World Championship Wrestling (WCW). Savage held 20 championships during his professional wrestling career. He held 6 world championships between the WWF and WCW, having won the WWF Championship twice and the WCW World Heavyweight Championship four times. A one time WWF Intercontinental Champion, WWE (formerly WWF) has named Savage as the greatest champion of all time. “The Randy Savage Story” focuses on the life and career of Randy Macho Man Savage. The title chronicles the highs and lows of Randy’s life and career, and shows that while he was extremely driven and highly successful, he was a complex person who also had his struggles over the years. Later in his life, Randy remarried and found peace before his tragic and untimely death."
Does this means the Poffo family FINALLY gets their HOF Induction at WM?
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Yeah, except Benoit's version tended to leave an imprint of his opponent on the canvas of the ring. Seriously, most bone crushing thing you'll ever see. The ones he hit on Otani and Guerrero in New Japan looked darn near illegal.