Exclusive: Brock Lesnar 2012 WWE DVD Cover Revealed

July 31, 2012 by Mark D

As we announced here a few weeks ago, this October WWE will be releasing a Collector’s Edition of the 2003 DVD: Brock Lesnar: Here Comes the Pain, and today we can exclusively reveal the cover art!

The 3-Disc DVD and 2-Disc Blu-Ray will hit stores in the US on October 30th and we expect it shortly after in the Europe and Australia. US Fans can pre-order your copy here.

The night after WrestleMania XXVIII, Brock Lesnar made a shocking return to the ring and leveled John Cena with an F-5, sending a message that after 8 years, the pain is back. In 2002 & 2003, “The Next Big Thing” brought it to the biggest & baddest competition in WWE, becoming the youngest WWE Champion of all time, and a household name overnight. His awe-inspiring physique, amateur championship pedigree and affinity for punishing opponents made him an unstoppable force in the ring.

Now, after years of dominating the MMA scene, Brock is back and looking to steamroll the biggest Superstars of today. This DVD set includes the original 2003 documentary ‘Here Comes The Pain’ plus 30 minutes of new interview footage, and 6 hours of matches not included in the original DVD. Featuring classic matches against Hulk Hogan, Undertaker, Randy Orton, Rey Mysterio & more, plus Brock’s controversial comments upon his return to sports entertainment!

What are your thoughts on the cover and the ‘collector’s edition’ concept? As always it’s great to hear from you, so share your comments below.

 




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mason
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mason

wish they got new cover not the old one

Meet Dave
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Meet Dave

I am getting the Superstar Collection series on iTunes since they are in HD. I don’t want to stack DVDs.

Nate
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Nate

hopefully this should be good even though it’s a re-release of the 2003 verison

nightmare
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nightmare

The guy meet Chris at a gym year back before the tragic event he had a picture of them taking together to show he meet him but I don’t think it comes with COA or anything

nightmare
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nightmare

I know this is off the topic but how much is the WWE – Hard Knocks – The Chris Benoit Story signed by the late Chris Benoit worth I know someone that has one and want to see if it worth the trade they want for it

Anonymous
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Anonymous

Depends on whether or not the signature can be authenticated.

I’m sure somebody would buy it. I personally probably wouldn’t.

Brad Attitude
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Brad Attitude

I’d sell it on eBay for $40-$45.

Regardless for what he did during the final days, the guy was a wrestling machine and one of the hardest workers in the business. The documentary tells a very interesting story on his life and career and features some of the best matches of his career. The dvd also portrays he is not the person he turned out to be in the last days of his life.

CaptainCrazy
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CaptainCrazy

can’t wait for this to come out

Loose Cannon
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Loose Cannon

They should have called it Brock Lesnar: Here Comes the Pain Again with the Again hanging off the edge look. and had Brock with John Cena on the cover when he made his return back in April that would have been cool

Loose Cannon
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Loose Cannon

i know this is off topic but anyone hear of WWE doing Raw 1000 on dvd or blu ray kinda like what they did with Raw Homecoming??

Vincenzzzzzo
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Vincenzzzzzo

I’ve been waiting for a 15th Anniversary Monday Night RAW episode DVD/Blu-ray that I went to for years now. No such luck though. I thought they would have included that episode on the 15th Anniversary box set, but didn’t.

nightmare
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nightmare

I would say that Brock feature in the WWE is very short because from what I read win or lose for Triple H there is no rematch .

Brock is not over with the fans at all and if you look at the ratings WWE took a major dive this week with the 3 hour show .So it depends on how well the fans rec tact to Brock at SS Hey this release make get cancel if Vince feels the fans don’t want to see him .

Brad Attitude
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Brad Attitude

Don’t believe everything you read on the internet.

It’s a bit late to cancel a product if its already produced and near its final stages … Its true Brock may not be over with the fans today as the majority of them are kids and women. If Brock was more committed to WWE, he would be steamrolling thru half the competition already and it wouldn’t be hard to get fans hanging off his back then ..

Notorious 1N87
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Notorious 1N87

One name totally needs to be on this disk….Zach Gowen

Notorious 1N87
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Notorious 1N87

I meant disc

NickP
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NickP

Honestly.. Does WWE think that by putting a silver border around it, we wouldn’t recognize the 2003 cover.. Honestly.. Jeeze.. I mean C’mon.. Honestly..

Harry Faversham
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Harry Faversham

Its a Collector’s Edition of the old release so why wouldn’t it have the same cover? I don’t think they are trying to con anyone with that. It is exactly what it says it is. A new edition of Here Comes The Pain. So to me it makes total sense for the cover to be the Here Comes The Pain cover. I like, it and we have seen much, much worse. I’m not joining the Internet Wrestling Fuzz or anything, but I don’t really understand the beef with this one.

NickP
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NickP

lol Relax, just messing around.. Don’t take a joke about a dvd so personally.

Harry Faversham
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Harry Faversham

I didn’t take it personally. Just think its normal to have the same cover for a reissue. Should have realised it was a joke really. Still, I think it looks alright.

RabidHeat
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RabidHeat

I’d say the “new interview footage” might just be the “controversal comments” made on TV when he returned. Don’t think that would fill 30 minutes though. Unless they mean “outtakes” from the original documentary, an not actually “new” footage.

Dave
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Dave

They probably recorded new interview footage on him leaving WWE in 2004, NFL, UFC, New Japan, etc.

The whole “i’m an ass-kicker” interview he had was likely just shorten for TV and probably much longer that would be on the DVD and Blu-ray.

Simon
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Simon

A re-release of Kurt Angle: It’s True, It’s True with extra matches and promos would be a winner too. Although I would rather they make a fresh documentary, but it doesn’t look likely anytime soon.

Really want Lesnar/Cena on Blu Ray, but haven’t yet decided whether to buy Extreme Rules 2012 or the new Lesnar set. Think I’ll wait to see the complete listings for the latter.

Harry Faversham
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Harry Faversham

In the UK Silvervision has just put Kurt Angle: It’s True, It’s True on tagged classics if thats of any interest to you? They also have Extreme Rules 2012 on blu ray, but I don’t know how it all works with regions and all that these days. Unless your from the UK? In which case I’m not telling you anything you don’t already know in a Sean O’Haire type way.

Simon
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Simon

I am in fact from the UK, but thank you nonetheless! 🙂

Thomas Goodearl
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Thomas Goodearl

I’ll wait to see the Match content before I buy, I already have the first Here Comes The Pain so let’s wait & see.

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