WWE Hall Of Fame Special, Wrestlemania 29 On DVD, New Concept At PPVs

Watch the WWE Hall of Fame Ceremony Tonight

The 75-minute 2013 WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will air Tuesday night on the USA Network at 10PM/9CT. Highlights of every induction speech will be shown and includes Mick Foley, Trish Stratus, Booker T, Donald Trump, Bob Backlund and Bruno Sammartino. You can read our recap from the ceremony this past Saturday night at this link.

Wrestlemania 29 on DVD

Wrestlemania 29 comes out on DVD and Blu-Ray on Tuesday, May 14, 2013 in the United States and Australia. The set is out on May 21st in Canada and June 10th in Europe.  The set is now available for pre-order.

Roundtable Concept at PPVs

WWE officials were reportedly high up on the way the roundtable analysis with Jim Ross, Kofi Kingston and Dusty Rhodes hosted by Scott Stanford went during the Wrestlemania 29 Pre and Post shows. This is something the company may look to continue and is something I’ve pushed for years.

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  • Snap

    That roundtable concept is exactly what WWE should have done with the extra hour instead of extending RAW itself to three hours. Either as a pre-show or a post-show, it would have been far more interesting than what WWE has done to fill an expanded RAW.

    They could have had Mean Gene and JR as the regular co-hosts and had different “guests” each week.

    • lee

      If they have a pre-show or a post-show it would have been pretty boring. All they would have talked about is Cena the whole time.

      • Snap

        You never know until they actually do one. The Legends of Wrestling roundtables they have done have generally been more interesting than their in-ring programming as of late and the only way to see if it would work is to actually try it and see how the ratings reflect it.

        I know such a concept CAN work as it has been done for years as a post-RAW recap on The Score in Canada. The only downside is it often doesn’t get much time because of the overrun, but a Mean Gene and JR co-hosted show, think of it in the same vein as Backstage Fallout, could provide some interesting insight.

  • Dangerous Lee

    How about making the ppvs actually worth buying. That’s a new concept!