Anyhoo, While I think that there are some Videos that could be re-released on DVD and maybe turn a profit, I think the future of the W's bottomless pit of Wrestling archives is Video on Demand. I can't speak for anyone else here, but while I certainly wouldn't shell out $25.00 to ever watch Kamala bowling, and b-list dark matches from old TV tapings, I probably would shell out the $3.99 to order some of it on VOD. (and spare the humiliation of bringing a video up to the counter that says Smack'em Whackem)
"Hulk Hogan may be a house hold name, but so is Garbage, and it stinks when it gets old too"- Jim Cornette
Originally posted by Dave Gagnon 2. They'll probably do a huge load of DVD compilations in the future but not necessarily...Bloopers, Blunders And Bodyslams so, tough shit.
Wait a second, the Gorilla/Johnny Polo commentary on this tape is classic!
"Well, you can't involve friendship with business. It has to be one or the other. It's either business or friendship, or hit the bricks!" --Life Lessons from "The Tao of Bobby the Brain Heenan" Uncensored 2000 preview
"As long as the check don't bounce, I guess he's okay with it!" --Former All Pro Giants LB Harry Carson on Bill Parcells joining the hated rival Dallas Cowboys
Dear Friends kind regards The fact is this..........Silver Vision still made alot of profits out of the videos that the minority say are irrelevent. If these old WWF Videos became WWE DVD's then the same would be true-even more in fact. The WWE Video on demand will be more than likely old WWF and WCW tv shows plus other significent footage. I don't think the WWE are going to put Coliseum videos on VOD..........Its better for them to release DVD's of these events as I believe that they will. How comes EVERY year the WWE talks about VOD and nothing happens? yours thankfully John
This week's TNA was another good show where BAD FINISHES took center stage once again. I know this might have worked for Russo on Nitro (actually, it DIDN'T work for Russo on Nitro, but that's not my point), but Nitro was free television.