REVEALED: Cover Artwork for SURVIVOR SERIES 2016 DVD & Blu-Ray, Deals for WWE Cyber Monday!

November 28, 2016 by Daniel Bee

WWE Survivor Series 2016 DVD - Brock Lesnar & Goldberg, Fantasy Warfare Just Got Real!

A Mega Event, a Mega Match, and now a Mega DVD Cover!

We can now confirm the official cover artwork WWE has planned for the Survivor Series 2016 DVD next month. The PPV featured a plethora of matches pitting RAW and SmackDown Live Superstars up against each other, including three Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Matches.

Brock Lesnar and Goldberg headlined the show and they will now be gracing the cover of the WWE Home Video release. Check out the reveal below and lock in a pre-order for Survivor Series 2016 on DVD, or instead the UK exclusive Blu-ray if you’re in Europe.

With the artwork now unveiled, the list of extras can’t be far behind – stay tuned!

WWE Survivor Series 2016 DVD - Cover Artwork Revealed

Survival is the sole mission for friends and foes alike when the Superstars of RAW and SmackDown Live compete against each other under one roof at WWE Survivor Series.

In a Mega Match main event, Goldberg returns to action after a 12-year absence to face off against “The Beast Incarnate” Brock Lesnar.

Plus, select Superstars from SmackDown take on RAW’s finest in traditional Survivor Series Elimination Matches, Sami Zayn challenges Dolph Ziggler for the Intercontinental Title, and more!

WWE Survivor Series 2016 Blu-ray - Cover Artwork Revealed

 
Get your copy of the WWE SURVIVOR SERIES 2016 DVD (or Blu-ray)…

 
USA: December 20th. Lock in a pre-order for Survivor Series now here on Amazon.com.

Australia: January 11th. Pre-order Survivor Series on DVD over at Madman.com.au.

UK/Europe: January 23rd. Get Survivor Series on DVD (or Blu-ray) here on Amazon.co.uk.
 


Heads up, the next WWE Home Video release is on the way… TOMORROW!

The Hell in a Cell 2016 DVD is about to hit stores across the United States. Despite it being a new release, the price has been slashed to just $7.51. Get that special price here on Amazon.com.

Below, get a look at the full artwork planned for the packaging:

WWE Hell in a Cell 2016 DVD - Full Artwork


CYBER MONDAY: It’s Cyber Monday and WWE is continuing their huge Black Friday sale into today with nearly 600 products marked down by up to 75%, here on WWEShop.com.

Head to the sale, find what you’re looking for, and enter code “CYBER” to get a further 25% off! Remember, shipping is FREE (a rarity for WWEShop) when your order reaches $15 or more.

Lots of demand for the DVD deals over the weekend has reduced the number of deals to be had down to 15 (and just 27 Home Video titles left stocked on the whole site). However, there are still some goodies to be had with prices starting around the $5 mark, such as all these…

Best WWE DVD & Blu-ray Deals - Cyber Monday 2016

CYBER MONDAY: Click here to see all of WWE’s Cyber Monday deals at WWEShop.com

(All prices EXPIRING SOON – gone for good in the early hours of tomorrow morning!)

 


CYBER MONDAY (UK): The deals continue over on the UK’s WWEDVD.co.uk website this Cyber Monday. This time around it’s all about the WWE Blu-rays, with the following deals offered:

  • 30% off when buying 3 or more WWE Blu-rays
  • Free Dean Ambrose hand-signed photo on orders £75+
  • Use promo code “CM30”

More WWE DVD & Blu-ray Deals - Cyber Monday 2016


RARE STUFF: Our latest round-up of tricky-to-find WWE DVDs up for grabs on eBay reveals this big lot of Divas DVDs, which you’ll notice includes a couple of original print WWF DVDs:

$39.99Lot of 7 WWF/WWE Divas DVDs

Joining that collection are these WWF DVDs too, including big-hitters like WrestleMania 17…

$8.00WWF No Way Out 2002 DVD
$9.99WWF Survivor Series 2001 DVD
$9.99WWF Royal Rumble 2000 DVD
$17.50WWF Royal Rumble 2001 DVD
$29.99WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD

Collection of Rare WWF & WWE Divas DVDs

Speaking of WrestleMania’s, here’s a big Blu-ray lot to add to your Watch List

$29.99Lot of 8 WrestleMania Blu-rays (WM24-31, Some Sealed)

And these Steelbook Blu-rays will both be gone after today…

$19.99Eric Bischoff: Most Controversial Figure Blu-ray (Steelbook Edition)
$19.99Dudley Boyz: Straight Outta Dudleyville Blu-ray (Steelbook Edition)

 




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18 Comments left on this article...

  1. Justin F says:

    They made Goldberg a bit weird.

  2. SCSA says:

    STONE COLD Vs GOLDBERG was one of my dream matches! N Austin would have never settled to b in Brock’s shoes to loose under 2mins like that, especially to Goldberg! Oh well

  3. RabidHeat says:

    I do agree that given the fact that retroactively we can see the match was 90 seconds, it is a bit naughty to try and sell the event with a cover based on that match alone (and to call it a “mega match” in the synopsis when we know it turned out to be anything but). Probably should have featured all the combatants from Team Raw vs. Team SmackDown front and centre and a smaller picture of Lesnar v. Goldberg at the bottom or in a corner.

    I apologise in advance for putting my opinion across and that it doesn’t match yours, LP1.

    • LP1 says:

      Regardless of whether the match went 90 seconds or 90 minutes, you use the cover to help sell the product. Having 10 of the same-old guys on the cover, it will make it seem like most other releases. But with Goldberg and Brock on the cover, it will make a difference. Not that it really matters in the big picture at this point, because home video sales are completely in the toilet. And the only people left that buy these releases are the hardest of the hardcore fans that buy pretty much everything, regardless of what the cover looks like. WWE already knows those fans are going to buy whatever they put out, so they want to grab the attention of casual fans. However many are left.

  4. LP1 says:

    I don’t understand some people. When there’s a PPV release with a spoiler cover, everyone says it would be better if they just stick with the event poster as the cover. And now we have the event poster as the cover and everyone is still complaining. Of course it looks like the video game cover. That was the whole theme of this PPV. The reason they brought Goldberg back in the first place was to plug the video game.

    • AD Degreez says:

      Plain and simple…. They will never be happy.

    • RabidHeat says:

      It wasn’t the “whole theme” of the PPV at all.

      • LP1 says:

        Actually it was. “Fantasy Warfare Just Got Real” was the theme. Every match on the show was built around the Fantasy Warfare concept that you could only get in the video game. That’s where Goldberg vs Brock and all the SmackDown vs Raw matches came from. If you watch the PPV itself, the opening video package centers around clips of the video game.

  5. SCSA says:

    Omg! The Goldberg Vs Lesnar match sucked! It was less then 2minutes long! n it was the main match on the card!

    Forget buying this PPV!

  6. Matthew Tremble says:

    Ehhhhh looks to similar to 2K17…just not feeling it but the event itself is definitely worth getting.

  7. ALK says:

    Well, there’s going to be some annoyed parents at Xmas when their kid opens their present and moan that they got the event instead of the videogame with a similar lazy cover like that. 😉

  8. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

    They should have used Braun Strowman putting Ellsworth throuhg a table..by far the most exciting thing that happend at that show.

  9. Jordan B says:

    Is survivor series going to be a 2 disc since it was 4 hours? Summer slam was 4 and it was a two disc. It would have to be if it was 4 hours right?

    • Zach says:

      Not necessarily. They promoted Survivor Series as 4 hours, but the show was barely 3 hours and 20 minutes. Some of the other PPVs had the same time as Survivor Series and was kept on one disc. SummerSlam this year was actually over 4 hours so they had to but it on 2 discs.

    • Daniel Bee says:

      Looking like just the 1 disc.

      • Timothy says:

        …Which means no dvd bonus features. Oh well.

        • LP1 says:

          Yup. The pre-show matches have been missing from several PPV releases this year because they decided to go longer than 3 hours with their PPVs for no real reason. And even the UK blu-ray releases don’t include the pre-show matches sometimes. Such a waste.

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