Hi Scott, had 3 part question on WWE DVDs:
1. Which DVDs has the best documentary features?
2. Which DVDs have the best collection of matches, Easter eggs, and promos?
3. Which DVDs have a good to great batting average of 1 & 2?
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I think that the Paul Heyman and CM Punk DVD sets have the best docs by a mile. But the original Flair set is still the gold standard for match listing. Also the first Bret set was pretty great. As an overall package, the recent Macho Man and Ultimate Warrior “this is your life” were both an impressive mix. Overall I think that WWE Unreleased was my favourite ever and I’m still sad it didn’t sell enough to warrant a sequel.