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Synopsis for WWE’s King of the Ring DVD and Best PPV Matches of 2011 DVD

– WWE will release their “Best Pay-Per-View Matches of 2011” on December 27th. The set will be a three-disc DVD release and two-discs on Blu-ray. Courtesy of WWEDVDNews, here is the synopsis for the feature:

“Knowing the eyes of the world are upon them, the goal of every WWE Superstar is to appear on a pay-per-view event, and once there, they desire to steal the show by putting on the best match of the night.

Now, the WWE Universe can enjoy the best PPV matches of 2011 in one home video collection. Whether they are battling for championship gold, personal pride, to settle a grudge or more, the stars of Raw and SmackDown present more than a dozen of the greatest PPV bouts of the year. Matches include bouts from every showcase WWE event in 2011 including WrestleMania XXVII, Royal Rumble, SummerSlam, Extreme Rules, Money in the Bank, Elimination Chamber, and more!”

– WWE will also release the “Best of the King of the Ring” on December 13th. The set will be hosted by Booker T and is being released because of fan feedback on a DVD survey the company did months back. Here is the new synopsis:

“For more than 20 years, the King of the Ring has been a favorite tradition of the WWE Universe, a tournament to crown wrestling royalty. Past kings have included Randy Savage, Bret “Hit Man” Hart, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H, Edge, and Brock Lesnar.

But the King of the Ring’s popularity goes beyond the storied tournament, as for 10 years, King of the Ring was a wildly popular PPV event that produced a number of unforgettable moments including the Hell in a Cell match between Undertaker and Mankind, Stone Cold’s memorable battle with Mr. McMahon and Shane McMahon for control of the WWE, Austin’s debut of his revolutionary “Austin 3:16” catchphrase, the first-ever match between Hulk Hogan and Kurt Angle, as well as matches for the WWE Championship.

Now all those moments are collected in The Best of the King of the Ring, a 3-DVD set packed with more than 8 hours of amazing matches, interviews, moments, and more.”

  • Edo. Risk

    So WWE got the feed back that the fans want the KoR so they make a DVD. Woldent be wiser to bring backl the tounament insted. Plus, fans want the tornament not the PPV. So dich all those matches that are not related to the Torney and make a DVD ONLY on the KoR since Don Muraco, with references of how the KoR influenced theire carrer.

  • Devil_Rising

    I agree about the KotR anthology idea. However, if this DVD doesn’t have the best matches from the actual KotR tournament, and that includes the ones before it became a PPV, I’m going to be pissed. The “KotR” they brought back in Raw in 2006 or whatever doesn’t count. This should be 2002 and before, and it should have it’s focus on the tourney itself. Period.

    I don’t want nor need to see Hell in a Cell, nor “Austin 3:16”. Those moments are on other DVDs. WWE needs to show this tournament the respect it deserves, and the best way they can do that, short of bringing it back as an ACTUAL PPV event, with both brands competing, is to have an excellent DVD set of it.

  • venom

    I think this DVD will mostly have the finals of every king of the ring.

  • Mike Oxafloppin

    They should just release a King of the Ring Anthology