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WWE release schedule 2007


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#1 of 5 OFFLINE   Bryan^H

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Posted January 16 2007 - 03:50 PM

Here is the list for all the upcominig dvd releases for 2007:

Armageddon 2006 1/16/07
ECW Extreme Rules (2-disc DVD) 1/30/07
New Year's Revolution 2007 2/06/07
The New and Improved DX (3-disc DVD) 2/20/06
Royal Rumble 2007 2/27/07
Royal Rumble: The Complete Anthology 3/13/07
No Way Out 2007 3/20/07
Ric Flair and the Four Horsemen 4/10/07
WrestleMania 23 5/22/07
Backlash 2007 5/29/07
Great Families of Wrestling 6/05/07
Judgment Day 2007 6/19/07
ECW One Night Stand 2007 7/10/07
Vengeance 2007 7/24/07
The Great American Bash 2007 8/21/07
The Ladder Match 8/28/07
The Triumph & Tragedy of WCCW 9/18/07
SummerSlam 2007 9/25/07
Unforgiven 2007 10/16/07
Rey Mysterio: The Biggest Little Man 10/23/07
No Mercy 2007 11/06/07
John Cena: My Life 11/06/07
Stond Cold Steve Austin's Life & Legacy 11/20/07
WWE Cyber Sunday 12/04/07
Survivor Series 2007 12/26/07
ECW December to Dismember 01/01/08

Ric Flair and the Four Horsemen sounds good, and the Royal Rumble Anthology is pretty cool(20 Royal Rumbles in one package..wow) but not exactly what I was hoping for.
Where is a release for The Macho Man??? I really don't understand this. Does Vince hate Randy Savage, or is it the other way around?

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#2 of 5 OFFLINE   ThomasMon

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Posted January 17 2007 - 03:17 AM

Yeah, I can't wait for a Macho Man release either. Oh Yeah!

A few good DVD's in there, but there surely are others I would like to see. I would like a DVD with every Pipers Pit ever :-) This last Piper DVD was too much of a tease.
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#3 of 5 OFFLINE   RyanAn

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Posted January 17 2007 - 10:11 AM

Thanks a ton for the list, Bryan!

A Royal Rumble Anthology? HECK YAH! I wonder how much though?

Dang... I need to do some research on these, lol.

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#4 of 5 OFFLINE   Bryan^H

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Posted January 17 2007 - 12:02 PM

2006 was a good year for WWE releases. I picked up the 3 disc Roddy Piper set, and although it was missing quite a few of the Piper's Pit segments, I learned a lot about him, and was really impressed with the matches, and extras.
Likewise with the Dusty Rhodes 3 disc set. Very informative, and just a lot of fun to watch.
The greatest wrestling managers dvd, which is just a single disc was absolutely awful. Each of the 20 some managers got a quick(around 5 minutes) summary, mostly with comments from current wrestling stars. There could have been a seperate dvd release for Miss Elizabeth, and The Mouth Of The South Jimmy Hart alone.

Still have to get the Hulk Hogan set.

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#5 of 5 OFFLINE   tjguitar85

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Posted March 12 2007 - 05:10 PM

Quote:
Originally Posted by Bryan^H
2006 was a good year for WWE releases. I picked up the 3 disc Roddy Piper set, and although it was missing quite a few of the Piper's Pit segments, I learned a lot about him, and was really impressed with the matches, and extras.
Likewise with the Dusty Rhodes 3 disc set. Very informative, and just a lot of fun to watch.
The greatest wrestling managers dvd, which is just a single disc was absolutely awful. Each of the 20 some managers got a quick(around 5 minutes) summary, mostly with comments from current wrestling stars. There could have been a seperate dvd release for Miss Elizabeth, and The Mouth Of The South Jimmy Hart alone.

Still have to get the Hulk Hogan set.

The worst about the managers DVD is they didn't mention the doctor of style: Slick! Was he the first black manager in the WWE?

I can't wait for the four horsemen, ladder match, and greatest familes dvds. Maybe the mysterio and stone cold dvd's if the match listing is right.

Anyway, I want a Macho Man, Mr. Perfect, Ricky Steamboat and Steiner Brothers dvd's!