Info About Best Of WCW Monday Nitro Volume 2; Dixie Carter Seeking Questions On Twitter

- The upcoming WWE DVD, Best of WCW Monday Nitro Volume 2 will be released on February 13, 2013. The cover of the DVD has been released today as well as a short description on wwedvdnews.com. The cover art can be seen above while the description is below.

For six years WCW Monday Nitro went head-to-head with WWE Raw pulling out all the stops to gain the upper hand in the escalating Monday Night War. The place “where the big boys play” produced such a wealth of non-stop thrills action drama and controversy that we could not possibly scratch the surface in one volume. Host Diamond Dallas Page returns to present Volume 2 of the wildly successful Best of WCW Nitro series. Sports entertainment fans will relive eight more hours of the poisonous n.W.o electrifying cruiserweights and unparalleled star power that delivered an endless supply of timeless matches and moments. All the greatest WCW stars are included such as Ric Flair Hulk Hogan Sting Kevin Nash Rey Mysterio Eric Bischoff Goldberg and more. Plus check out the Nitro Girls Nitro parties WCW’s spring break bashes celebrity integration and several matches never-before-released on DVD

- TNA President, Dixie Carter, revealed on her official Twitter account earlier that she will be interviewed by Jeremy Borash tomorrow. She is seeking questions for her interview as you have to use “#AskDixie” Her tweet is embedded below:

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  • William Shatner

    My twitter question to Dixie… WHY YOU NO HAS A BETTER PRODUCT???

  • Paul

    She didn’t answer them last time she ducked all the tough questions. Don’t think I’ll be bothering this time

  • PFElton

    I am so stoked for Volume 2.

    Revenge is just too suhweeeeeeeeet!

  • _JIM_

    I guess I’m going to have to be forced into starting to buy these WCW recap DVD’s that WWE is producing. Because ever since they started making them WWE has forced Youtube users to pull all of their WCW videos. At least all of the good footage has been pulled. A lot of it just in the past few days or in the past couple weeks. I had about 80 full episodes of Nitro that it took me HOURS to find and create into a playlist on this past Monday. Only to find that when I went to start watching them that. WWE had put in trademark complaints and had over half of them pulles before I had the time to watch them. Thers’s also a nWo anthology that a guy is putting up thatt is missing tons of videos now and Youtube is giving him hard times about uploading more of them. He had put together every single thing that anyone in the nWo had done into a 44 disc anthology. I mean it had EVERYTHING and he’s being given a hard time about uploading the rest. There were 19 vids up, about 1.5 to 2 hours in length each and now there’s 7 or probably even more missing now. I’d be so mad if I put in all that time to make the vids and now WWE is sabotaging them from being seen. They really suck when it comes to that. They should make that content available for people on their channel if they don’t want others to do it.

    • Dave L

      I agree I don't feel WWE is utilizing their video library to the best of their ability, I for one would and have paid them for their on demand videos but its up to them to decide what they want to put on. I would rather pay a fee and choose what I want to watch from them, with all the footage they have why not put it up and charge either a pay per video or monthly/yearly fee to watch unlimited.

    • Kleck

      They did it proceeding the Attitude Era DVD as well. Guys who have been online for 3-5 years accounts were banned and hundreds of videos gone

  • V.Chidambaram

    I hope WCW Nitro starts soon. It was a show far far better than WWE.