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Wwe: Daniel Bryan - Just Say Yes! Yes! Yes! | Blu Ray | (15/06/2015)
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Follow the journey of WWE Superstar DANIEL BRYAN as he prepares for his WWE WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP match in the main event of WRESTLEMANIA 30. In this never-before-seen director&rsquo;s cut WWE cameras sit down with DANIEL BRYAN and follow his every move as he looks back on his WWE career and his bumpy road to WRESTLEMANIA. This collection also highlights the journey of the leader of the &ldquo;Yes!&rdquo; Movement with the most important moments and matches in DANIEL BRYAN&rsquo;S career. With all this action and more this set will make the WWE Universe point their fingers up raise their hands and shout &ldquo;YES! YES! YES!&rdquo;
Tour de France 2012: Bradley Wiggins & The British Invasion - Deluxe 12 Hour Edition (Blu-Ray) | Blu Ray | (26/11/2012)
from £32.86 | Saving you £26.13 (44.30%) | RRP
Relive Bradley Wiggins' historic triumph in the 2012 Tour de France.On Sunday 22nd July 2012, watched by a UK audience of nearly 4 million viewers, Bradley Wiggins crossed the finish line of the world's greatest race wearing the famous 'maillot jaune' to become the first British winner of Le Tour de France. The 32-year-old punched his arms in the air and clapped as he crossed the line on Paris's Champs-Elysees after fellow Briton Mark Cavendish capped off a stunning Tour for British outfit Team Sky by winning the final stage of the race for the fourth consecutive year.'Wiggo's' feat ensures he will be remembered as one of Britain's greatest ever sportsmen. The final stage was the 13th consecutive day that he had worn the race leader's yellow jersey in the 99th edition of the iconic race. He completed the Tour three minutes and 21 seconds ahead of Team Sky colleague Chris Froome, the second Briton on the podium in the history of the race.Also featured in this extensive 12 hour review are the incredible stage wins of David Millar and Chris Froome plus highlights of Mark Cavendish's three stage wins - victories that brought his total number of stage wins in the Tour de France to 23 - the most ever for a sprinter in the Tour's history.