Upcoming DVD on the Undertaker Slated for Summer Release

Upcoming DVD on the Undertaker Slated for Summer Release

Sunday, April 08, 2012

Feed Source: Bleacher Report

With the phenomenal Hell in a Cell match between The Undertaker and Triple H at WrestleMania XXVIII in the books, wrestling fans are curious to see if 'Taker will ever set foot in a WWE ring again.

'Taker and Triple H battled in a hellacious contest that brought the two to the verge of total exhaustion, with The Undertaker coming out the victor and keeping his iconic WrestleMania streak intact at 20-0.

Some fantastic news has just surfaced regarding a brand new DVD about “The Phenom” that wrestling fans will no doubt line up to buy.

According to VideoETA.com, WWE is planning on releasing a three-disc DVD and two-disc Blu-ray set entitled WWE: Undertaker Streak.

From the title’s description, the DVD will most likely chronicle The Undertaker’s WrestleMania streak, and will no doubt have every single WrestleMania match on the set as well.

The most recent DVD that chronicled The Undertaker’s legendary streak was the 2007-08 release of The Undertaker: 15-0, and it was a fabulous set that captured The Undertaker’s legacy and the legacy of the streak.

Wrestling fans have been waiting a long time for a new DVD set featuring one of the most charismatic and enigmatic figures in WWE history.  Rest assured that this DVD set will be an instant hit with fans of “The Deadman.”

The DVD’s slated release date is July 24th, 2012.  The three-disc DVD set will retail for $29.99, and the two-disc Blu-ray for $39.99.

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