May seem like a noob question -- do TNA have DVD's?
May seem like a noob question -- do TNA have DVD's?
Last edited by Jim; 02-26-2012 at 07:24 PM.
I own many of TNAs dvds. Most are great!. Styles 1st dvd is awesome. Joes is awesome. Best of the Bloodiest Brawls. They have a great dvd selection. And you can find their dvds anywhere, I don't know why you think only ShopTna and Amazon are teh sole places. Best Buy sells them as well and any store that sels dvds in general will have them. Unless you live in one of those super small towns.
Ah cool, would there be such a thing as an X-Division one??
This is the holy grail of TNA DVDs:
Amazon.co.uk: TNA - The Best Of Samoa Joe Unstoppable DVD: Film & TV
If you're to pick up one TNA DVD, make it this one. And all the matches are X-Division matches too.
Fye sells tna ones too.
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FYE is a pretty good place to find TNA DVD's. As Shock pointed out, if you're gonna pick up just one TNA DVD, make it the Samoa Joe DVD. So fantastic.
For those that are interested in TNA PPV DVD's, TNA has some great little deals for twin-packs. The last one came out last November and it featured Hardcore Justice 2011 and No Surrender 2011 for the price of one PPV DVD. (Even the highest price is under $20).
TNA's Bound for Glory 2011 has also been released, but the last two PPV's of 2011 has yet to see the light of day on DVD.
I'm sure they're not really selling very well. It's definitely not how WWE does it. I wish TNA would release their PPV's on DVD the next month but that's unfortunately and obviously not the case.
I bought the Twin Pack with No Surrender and Victory Road 2010. Decent PPV's but I guess it was worth the $14.95 or whatever at Best Buy. I enjoyed the first two Cross The Line packs they released back in 2008, I believe.
I'm surprised TNA doesn't have more DVD releases. Especially when it comes to Best Of's, they're easy and cheap pieces of merchandise to make. They don't charge to see iMPACT live. Their PPV buyrates are pretty low. Wouldn't having more money coming in be a good thing?
The only TNA DVDs I ever bought were:
The Best of the X-Division: Volume 2
Top 50 Greatest Moments
The X-Division is my favorite because of the matches with Joe/AJ/Daniels on there. I got both of them at Best Buy, and they also have a decent selection of DVDs from what I've seen when I go there to look at wrestling DVDs. It's already been mentioned, but FYE does have a good selection as well. I've always wanted to check out that Joe DVD because I heard it was good, but I never got around to it.
I wanted to check out the one on Christian Cage too.
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Originally Posted by Ed
I'm sure TNA could tap into a bit of a market with DVD sales. Kurt Angle would be a huge seller I'd imagine.
I've watched a lot of them on their On Demand site, which is a great way to do so for only $3.95 a month. The History of TNA Year 1 is pretty great, as are some of the others suggested including the Styles ones, the Joe set (incredible) and the X-Division spotlights.
i own alot of their dvds and they are all pretty great. The worse one is Christopher Daniels but only because they have clipped matches. Both of Aj Styles are great, Joes is great, Angles is great, Cages is Great all the tag team ones are awesome.the bloodiest matches vol 1 and 2 are awesome.
the first ones i got were a three pack very first three hour ppv vicory road,turning point and lockdown.All were great I also got the brown bag speical for $20.00 I got three dvd's best of raven nevermore,best of the bloodest brawls vol. 1 and final resolution 2005 and a sharkboy t-shirt.
My TNA DVD collection:
Best of NWA-TNA Title Matches (2003) - One of the original TNA DVD's. IIRC, some of the matches are clipped.From the debut show until mid 2003, they show some of the bigger NWA World and NWA Tag Title matches.
Best of the X-Division Matches (2003) - Another one of the original DVD's. In theory, this could be clipped, but I don't remember it being so. It covers everything from the second show (Crowning of first X-Division Champion) to April 2003.
The Ultimate X Collection (2004) - A DVD for a match that only had 2 matches at the time. Besides seeing both Ultimate X matches in full, they also have the entire Super X Tournament (I want to say from 2003?) and a bonus match from March 2004 with one of the hundred Amazing Red returns.
The Best of 3Live Kru (2004) - Features the start of the faction until early 2004. Besides matches, it also has a lot of skits which were 3LK's best positive.
The Best of AMW (2004) - Covers their last minute debut until winning the NWA Tag Titles on the first episode of iMPACT.
The Best of AJ Styles Vol 1. (2004) - Everything from his first X-Division Title win to battling Jeff Jarrett in a cage in April 2004.
Victory Road 2004 - Just the PPV.
The Best of Samoa Joe (2006) - Covers his first six months or so in the company. One of the best one disc wrestling DVD's around.
As you can see, Jim used to be a TNA fan, but abruptly stopped.
The only TNA DVD I have to my knowledge is Enigma: The best of Jeff Hardy. It's an alright two disc DVD that I haven't seen in around 2 1/2 years but I remember it having a good match with AJ Styles and Abyss from Destination X
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