According to sources, Vince McMahon has pulled the planned WWE produced Randy Savage and Sting DVD's that were scheduled to hit the stores later this year.
The two DVD's were originally scheduled after TV producer Kevin Dunn and his department released a list of DVD releases for this year to video distributors, without Vince and the WWE Creative department making the final call. When Vince found out about the planned DVD's on Savage and Sting, he immediately cancelled all plans.
The DVD's were brought up in the first place because Vince didn't think the company was making enough first run releases and he wanted new DVD's on big named legends. The general feeling is that WWE has pretty much covered everyone who would be marketable enough from the past and anyone pre-1984 wouldn't sell. WWE has covered most ever major star of the past 23 years, with the exception of Sting and Randy "Macho Man" Savage. No word yet on why McMahon pulled the Savage DVD, but it's believed to be because of the long rumored beef between the two. The Sting DVD was canceled because he is currently under contract to TNA.