Complete Listings For The Epic Journey Of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson DVD Release

On February 21st, World Wrestling Entertainment hopes to entertain the millions of Rock’s fans with its release of a new retrospective of the man who likes to put boots to asses. Originally titled The Epic Adventure of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, it has since been renamed to The Epic Journey of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in part as a promotional tool for Johnson’s upcoming feature film release, Journey 2: The Mysterious Island, also starring The Hunger Games‘ Josh Hutcherson, Selena Gomez and Michael Caine.

To be released as a three-disc DVD set (pre-order) and two-disc Blu-ray (pre-order), The Epic Journey will include a documentary about The Great One as well as bonus matches and segments.

Product description:

He electrified a generation of sports entertainment fans with his brash style, superb athleticism, and uproarious interviews. He held the WWE Championship a record seven times, and was known for legendary battles with ”Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Triple H, Mick Foley, Undertaker, and more. And at the peak of his popularity, he made a move to conquer a new industry, becoming an enormous movie star. Now, he’s back in WWE, ready to main event the biggest WrestleMania in history, ”The People’s WrestleMania.” In the exciting buildup to WrestleMania XVIII, fans can, for the first time ever on DVD, relive the exciting life and times of the Rock. Packed with brand new interviews as well as a selection of the Rock’s biggest career-spanning bouts, moments, and promos, this DVD/Blu-Ray set will electrify every member of Team Bring It!

Disc 1:

Family Tradition
The U
Rocky Sucks
Nation of Domination
The Corporate Champion
Fighting for Number One
The People’s Champion
Rock & Sock Connection
Mainstream Star
Icon vs. Icon
Rock Concert
“The Rock Has Done it All”
Hollywood Sensation
Twentieth Anniversary
Honouring his Family
Rock Comes Home
A Year in the Making
Happy Birthday
Rock’s Toy Chest

Disc 2:

Survivor Series Elimination Match
Rocky Maivia, Marc Mero, Barry Windham & Jake “The Snake” Roberts vs. Hunter Hearst- Helmsley, Goldust, Crush & Jerry “The King” Lawler
Survivor Series 17th November, 1996

Ladder Match for the Intercontinental Championship
The Rock vs. Triple H
SummerSlam 30th August, 1998

Triple Threat Cage Match
The Rock vs. Mankind vs. Ken Shamrock
Breakdown 27th September, 1998

“I Quit” Match for the WWE Championship
The Rock vs. Mankind
Royal Rumble 24th January, 1999

No Holds Barred Match for the WWE Championship
The Rock vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin
Backlash 25th April, 1999

Disc 3:

Triple Threat Match for the WWE Championship
The Rock vs. Kurt Angle vs. Triple H
SummerSlam 27th August, 2000

World Tag Team Championship Match
The Rock & Undertaker vs. Edge & Christian
Raw 18th December, 2000

WWE Undisputed Championship Match
The Rock vs. Ric Flair
Raw 29th July, 2002

WWE Undisputed Championship Match
The Rock vs. Brock Lesnar
SummerSlam 25th August, 2002

The Rock vs. Hulk Hogan
No Way Out 23rd February, 2003

The Rock returns to Raw
Raw 24th February, 2003

The Rock Concert II
Raw 21st April, 2003

The WrestleMania Guest Host
Raw 14th February, 2011

The People’s WrestleMania
WrestleMania XXVII 3rd April, 2011

Blu-Ray Exclusive Content:

The Rock challenges John Cena for WrestleMania XXVIII
Raw 4th April, 2011

The Rock’s Birthday Celebration
Raw 2nd May, 2011

Never Before, Never Again
The Rock & John Cena vs. Awesome Truth
Survivor Series 20th November, 2011


People’s Elbow

Toy Chest

The Rock Thanks New York City

Writer’s note: In what has become a disturbing new trend, WWE fans are not getting their money’s worth when it comes to bonus material for non-PPV WWE home releases. The listings above only help bolster the argument. Ten matches spread across two discs – are you serious? And it’s not as if one of the matches included was the Judgment Day 2000 encounter where The Rock and Triple H vied for the championship belt in an Iron Man Match. I’m sure the packaging for the DVD release will include a run time that reads something like this: “approximately 9 hours.” That’s an easy way to not quantifiably say that the set is or is not 9 hours total. Totaling the documentary and supplemental material, the ballpark figure for total duration should be around 7 and a half hours.

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Source: Silver Vision and WWE DVD News

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