Eat Sleep Conquer Repeat, the latest release from WWE Home Video to profile Brock Lesnar, is largely built around the matches, and if there’s one person in the WWE today whose matches exude an aura different to anyone else’s it is Brock Lesnar.
Although there is a little bit of sadness in the way that Hell In A Cell now takes place simply because it’s October, not necessarily because the feuds require the intensity that the Cell brings into play, there was a lot to look forward to at 2015’s version in that respect.
With 15-0 and 20-0 sets already having been released by the WWE, and the Undertaker already being 22-1 and every chance of going 23-1 (or maybe 22-2) next year you would be hard pressed to suggest that there is a big need for a 21-1 RIP Edition , even if it does come in a limited edition Coffin.
Anyone who was a fan of wrestling in the 1980s and 90s will have their own opinion about whether Hart of Gold should have seen the light of day. That’s not to say that Owen Hart is undeserving of the WWE bio treatment; as an in-ring performer he was very, very good and arguably better than anyone watching at home at the time realised/gave him credit for.
With Survivor Series 2015 marking 25 years of the Undertaker, what better time is there to look back on some of the greatest and most memorable rivalries in the Dead Man’s WWE career? Join Matthew Roberts as he takes the third and final look at the opponents that played their part in making The Undertaker’s career so legendary.
To be fair, three hours with Mick Foley (and his daughter Noelle) as they search for Santa Claus at Santa Village, interspersed with highlights of the WWE’s most memorable Christmas moments will not be everybody’s idea of fun.
It seems as if wrestlers past and present have been in a little bit of a tizzy over the past week or so. And all because a relatively unknown female wrestler has chosen to go the GoFundMe (wait, you thought the title of this article was rude?) route in an attempt to fund her dream of making it to the WWE.
After the previous “best of” match compilation from WWE, Sting finally gets the documentary treatment in new release Into The Light.
After the box set earlier in the year which covered the first ten episodes of the Monday Night Wars series, WWE Home Video bring us a collection of the last ten episodes, this time with exclusive post show commentary from former WCW head honcho Eric Bischoff.
The hottest, erm, entertainment show of the Summer hit Brooklyn, New York hot on the heels of the well received NXT event the previous evening so it had a lot to live up to. Could SummerSlam 2015 deliver?
This 4 disc DVD collection brings together the first ten episodes in WWE’s Monday Night Wars documentary series.
Although anyone with a knowledge of the WWE would have known that the Elimination Chamber was not consigned to the history books forever, it was still something of an “out of nowhere” surprise when its return as an event was announced at relatively short notice.
With a very good WrestleMania followed by a somewhat indifferent Extreme Rules, the question was whether the WWE could somewhat get “back on track” with 2015’s Payback. With some rematches (and in some cases rematches of rematches) and some new matches the card had an eclectic look, but could it deliver?
After the huge Wrestlecon event in London, Shawn Michaels and Jim Ross made their way to the Comedy Store in Manchester for “An Evening With…”, a Q&A driven session with the two Hall of Famers.
The post-WrestleMania pay-per-view can often have that “After the Lord Mayor’s show” feeling. Normally it features Mania rematches (usually of issues that have already peaked) and it’s difficult as a fan to “get up” for a “regular” show just weeks after the biggest show of the year. Could 2015’s Extreme Rules be any different? For once it had a “fresh” …