Complete catalog of WWF DVDs available and announced:
Wrestlemania XV Wrestlemania 2000 Wrestlemania X-Seven Wrestlmania X-Eight (on sale 4/30/2002) Summerslam 99 Summerslam 2000 Summerslam 2001 Royal Rumble 2000 Royal Rumble 2001 Royal Rumble 2002 (on sale 3/12/2002) King of the Ring 2000 King of the Ring 2001 Survivor Series 2000 Survivor Series 2001 Unforgiven 1998 (on sale 2/5/2002) Unforgiven 2001 Backlash 2001 Judgment Day 2001 InVasion No Mercy 2001 Vengance Rebellion 2001 No Way Out 2002 (on sale 4/9/2002) Rock Bottom (1998) (on sale 2/5/2002)
Rock - Know Your Role (on sale 2/5/2002) Rock - People's Champ Rock - Just Bring It Austin - 3:16 Uncensored (on sale 2/5/2002) Austin - Hell Yeah Austin - Untitled (on sale 4/30/2002) Divas - Hedoism Divas - Untitled (on sale 4/9/2002) Lita - Just Feels Right Undertaker - Phenom (on sale 2/5/2002) Undertaker - It's My Yard Hardys - Leap of Faith Foley - Three Faces of Foley (on sale 2/5/2002) Foley - Hard Knocks & Cheap Pops WWF - Before They Were Famous (on sale 3/12/2002) WWF - Action WWF - Hardcore WWF - Austin v McMahon (on sale 2/5/2002) WWF - Eve of Destruction (on sale 2/5/2002) WWF Tough Enough - Season One (on sale 3/12/2002) WWF - Best of RAW 1-2 WWF - Best of RAW Vol 1 (on sale 2/5/2002) WWF - Best of Survivor Series (on sale 2/5/2002) WWF - Tables Ladders Chairs (on sale 2/5/2002) WWF - Best of Wrestlemania I - XVI (on sale 2/5/2002)
I'd like to know the genius at Titan Towers, who decided to release Raw vol 1 on DVD again, when Raw Vol. is not on it yet? If Vol. 1 is not exactly the same as the Raw vol. 1 and 2, I have I'm going to be pissed. I don't know what they could add, but I'm sure there some Vince will throw in.
A Fan- Damn, there is really nothing I need to get on DVD for awhile.
Take this for what you will, but whoever handles the e-mail for WWFShopzone has told me that No Way Out 2001 as well as a few Wrestlemanias should be offically announced as releases within the next month.
Don't get me wrong. I despise Hulk Hogan with a passion.
But, I'm gonna be perfectly honest - that was one of the most surreal moments in the history of the WWF. Seeing Hulk Hogan (the old school legend) and the Rock (the new school legend)