Complete Details For WWE The Very Best of WCW Monday Nitro Volume 3; Photos, Video and Preview Of DVD Out Today

WWE has officially released “The Very Best of WCW Monday Nitro Volume 3” on DVD and Blu-ray today! Get your DVD copy ordered for the best price with Amazon at this link:, or the Blu-ray edition of the set at this link:
Here are all the scoops you need to know going in, courtesy of
The Very Best of WCW Monday Nitro Volume 3 cover
WWE’s new Home Video release on WCW Nitro is the third installment in the series and is available as a 3-disc DVD set or a 2-disc Blu-ray set, hosted once again by a returning Diamond Dallas Page. In addition to DDP’s newly recorded host segments in studio, the set compiles a total of 40 matches and moments from the archives, running from 1995 right through to 2001, Nitro’s last year.
A few of the matches and moments featured on the release include: Ric Flair vs. Randy Savage for the World Heavyweight Championship (January, 1996), “nWo Takes Over Monday Nitro” (December, 1997), Hollywood Hogan vs. Randy Savage for the World Heavyweight Championship (May, 1998), “Lex Luger Joins The Wolfpac” (May, 1998), and Sting vs. Bret Hart (October, 1999).
Take a look at the full list of selected matches and host chapters at this link:, or get a first look at the DVD/Blu-ray’s packaging artwork at this link: It’s also worth noting that Hulk Hogan has not been removed from neither the content or artwork because the DVD was finished, printed and shipped to retailers well before the recent controversy.
All in all, the DVD has a total runtime of approximately 7 hours all content combined and if you opt for the Blu-ray edition that goes up to over 8 hours and 30 minutes with the addition of extra matches exclusive to that version.
Below you can watch the official trailer for the new WWE DVD and preview clip of DDP hosting.

Get your copy of “The Very Best of WCW Monday Nitro Vol. 3” WWE DVD/Blu-ray ordered now by clicking here:, or alternatively WWEShop are stocking it here: It’s available from today across the United States. 
If you’re still not convinced, there’s a “First Look” preview to check out on the WWE Network right now.