"Edge: You Think You Know Me" will feature three-discs while Blu-ray will be 2. There will be a documentary portion on the set and as noted earlier today, Edge told The Score that he had a hand in picking the matches for the set.
Here is the synopsis from WWE:
"You think you know him—he's the Rated-R Superstar, the Ultimate Opportunist, and one of the most decorated champions in WWE History. Edge has won more than 30 championships, including 11 world championships and a record 14 tag team championships. He's the only superstar in history to win the King of the Ring, the Royal Rumble, and Money in the Bank.
And now that his career has been cut too short, fans can relive his entire storied career in the first ever home video biography to chronicle this Canadian superstar's rise through the independent ranks into WWE. The release is also packed with career-spanning matches hand selected by Edge himself."
WrestlingInc.com is the largest independently owned wrestling website in the world (Source: Alexa).
Like us on Facebook by clicking the "Like" button below:
GFW Live Event Results From Richmond (8/29): Kevin Nash Run-In, Sonjay Dutt, Jeff Jarrett, More
WWE Live Event Results From San Juan (8/29): Chris Jericho, Teams Show Respect, Roman Reigns, More
ROH Live Event Results From Atlanta (8/29): Six-Man Main Event, The Briscoes, Moose, More
WWE Live Event Results From Orlando (8/29): John Cena Headlines, NXT Superstars, Miz TV, More
Big Matches Added To Monday's WWE RAW
WWE Royal Rumble 2016 Pre-sale Password, Rare Roddy Piper Audio Revealed, NXT UK Tour Update
Image Of Two TNA Knockouts Shown At WWE Live Event Saturday Night
Backstage Talk On The Undertaker Vs. Brock Lesnar Finish From WWE SummerSlam
Steve Austin Talks Getting Chewed Out By Vince McMahon After Brock Lesnar Talk, WrestleMania 32
WWE Monday Night RAW To Be Postponed Again Due To Storm? Arena Issues Statement
Nikki Bella Responds To Reports?, More On WWE's New John Cena Book, Road Warrior Animal Speaks
Possible Singles Action On RAW, WWE Not Advertising Sting, Dolph Ziggler Talks Patch Error