Silvervision & WWE To End Their DVD Distribution Deal

Silvervision announced they will end their WWE DVD distribution deal at the end of the year. They announced the following statement here on their website:

After 22 years of dedicating Silver Vision exclusively to WWE, the WWE and Clear Vision Ltd will part company on the 31st December 2012. Silvervision.co.uk (owned by Clear Vision Ltd) will continue to sell WWE DVDs, Blu-rays and WWE films after this date while stocks last, but we will not be able to offer new releases for sale on our site. SummerSlam 2012 and nWo: The Revolution will be the last new WWE releases we will be producing ourselves.

Clear Vision and its staff are saddened by this news as we have worked very hard over the years to bring the best possible service to all WWE fans and we would like to thank you all for your continued support over the years.

Silvervision.co.uk is looking forward to a new future which will amalgamate all the products and some new programmes of its mother company, Clear Vision Ltd, on one site.

Please be assured this will not affect your current and future orders in any way and you will continue to receive the same great service.

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  • Boothmonkey

    Living in the UK Silvervision, has had the best prices for WWE blurays and DVD's less than retail stores, and a great service I will miss them and hope WWE finds a good solution

    • Charles

      Yea me too mate, I really hope there is a viable alternative because they don’t get released into the mainstream shops anywhere near on time. Maybe it will mean we get the DVDs earlier with a new provider though? The delay is far too long. By the time I got my WM28 DVD, Fatal Four Way was out in the US!

  • CML

    Is this because of the WWE removing Attitude Era programming?

    • Don

      Has nothing to do with Attitude Era programming.

      They are just like any business, finding a “better” (ie cheaper) alternative than what Silver vision is producing. Dont get me wrong, they had over 20 great years, but they want to make more money. If they wanted to continue business with them, they would have resigned their contract with them.

  • DoJo

    WWE Studios will prob roduce them now……… Makes sense from a business perspective…..

  • http://wweeverything.con Josh UK

    Sad sad news for anyone in Europe