Source: WWEDVDNewsWWEDVDNews reports that WWE will be releasing a new ECW DVD this year as Shock Entertainment, the official WWE distributor for Australia, has the set on their list of DVD's scheduled to be released later this year.
"WWE: Biggest Matches in ECW History" looks to be released in Australia on June 6th, which means it would hit other locations worldwide around the same time. It's scheduled to be released as a three-disc DVD and a two-disc Blu-ray. Here's the synopsis from Shock:
"All new 3 DVD set, collecting The 25 greatest matches in ECW History! Extreme Championship Wrestling ran from 1992 to 2001, founded in Philadelphia. Their weekly TV show 'Hardcore TV', ran from 1993-2000, and they also ran 21 Pay-Per-View events from 1997-2001.
"ECW was known for its hardcore and irreverent style, and it's rowdy and raucous audiences. It launched Sports Entertainment legends such as Paul Heyman, Tommy Dreamer, The Sandman, Taz, Terry Funk, Sabu, Rob Van Dam, Dean Malenko, Eddie Guerrero, Cactus Jack, Raven and more."
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