Above, watch a new video preview clip of the documentary. The full documentary runs for 2 hours in total and is accompanied by matches and moments (full list) spread across the remaining DVD or Blu-ray discs. The DVD runs for approximately 6 hours and 30 minutes, while the Blu-ray has extra material on top and runs for 7 hours and 45 minutes.
Below are a selection of photos of the new three-disc DVD set.
"The History of WWE" DVD and Blu-ray officially releases tomorrow; you can get yours now from Amazon.com by clicking here.
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