REVEALED: More Content for WWE ‘AJ STYLES: Most Phenomenal Matches’, News on Extreme Rules DVD

July 17, 2018 by Daniel Bee

WWE - Dolph Ziggler as Intercontinental Champion, With Drew McIntyre

WWE will release this past Sunday’s Extreme Rules 2018 Pay-Per-View on DVD next month on August 14th (pre-order now with Amazon.com).

This year’s Extreme Rules PPV would present no less than seven Championship bouts, one of which was contested in a 30-Minute Iron Man Match, Roman Reigns and Bobby Lashley’s first-ever one-on-one encounter, and a Steel Cage Match which ended in a devastating fall!

We can reveal that the free trading card to be included in the packaging of this one will feature Bayley.

Looking ahead to the Home Video release of SummerSlam, that is slated to have a trading card of The New Day and looking further to Hell in a Cell, expect to find a Braun Strowman card.

All of these new WWE Pay-Per-View DVDs are currently on the schedule as 2-disc sets, presumably to cater for the typically longer runtimes of the events as of late and perhaps to follow the format of Money in the Bank 2018 whereby the second disc includes extras from the Kickoff Show and a selection of moments from RAW and SmackDown Live episodes leading into the PPV.

Money in the Bank, by the way, will release to stores exactly one week today!

 

Last week WrestlingDVDNetwork.com exclusively announced the go-ahead of a new AJ Styles DVD for 2018 — his first with WWE — to be titled “AJ Styles: Most Phenomenal Matches”.

With this announcement the first five matches to make the content were revealed.

We’ve now received a few more details on the release including confirmation that the 3-disc set will feature a brand new interview with “The Phenomenal One” himself. In these new segments, exclusive to Home Video, Styles will discuss not only his WWE career but also his long journey to get there.

In addition to all of AJ’s WrestleMania matches to date and both of his WWE Championship wins, WrestlingDVDNetwork.com has learned of another match already slated for the content listing:

Champion vs. Champion Match
AJ Styles (WWE Champion) vs. Brock Lesnar (Universal Champion)
Survivor Series • November 19, 2017

A match with Roman Reigns is also expected which could either be from Payback or Extreme Rules two years ago, and content from AJ Styles’s rivalry with John Cena is also a definite for inclusion here which will be one or more of their multiple encounters between 2016 and 2018.

WWE 'AJ Styles: Most Phenomenal Matches' DVD - AJ Styles vs. Brock Lesnar, Survivor Series

 
Grab your copy of WWE’s “AJ STYLES – Phenomenal Matches” DVD…

 
UK/Europe: November 5th. Pre-order the new AJ Styles DVD very soon on Amazon.co.uk.

United States: November 6th. Pre-order the new AJ Styles DVD here on Amazon.com.

Australia: TBA. Look out for your chance to order the AJ Styles DVD at Madman.com.au.

 




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33 Comments left on this article...

  1. Daniel Bee says:

    NOTICE: Some comments had to be removed on recent articles due to arguments and insults made without any sort of relevance to the topic.

    If it doesn’t cool down you might find yourself with comments automatically flagged for moderation so they won’t show until approved. Nobody wants that.

    Removal of comments like this and the extra moderation involved means more work for the WDN staff and less time put into the stories we aim to deliver. We preferred having the trust to leave you guys to your own devices and comment responsibly without intervention. Didn’t you?

    Stick to the topic, be friendly. DVDs vs. Blu-rays… well, at least that’s sometimes on topic but keep in mind WWE is only releasing WrestleMania on Blu-ray domestically and that isn’t changing, so the debate doesn’t mean a great deal at this point.

    On topic but going out of your way to be overly negative to evoke some sort of reaction from other commenters? No go either. The above will apply in this case too.

    Trolling? Playing a character? Not in our 8-year-strong community.

    Thank you to the good guys. 😎

  2. RCS1988 says:

    I’m sure the set will have a WCW match and a match or 2 from his WWF tryouts in 2001 & 2002.

    • Anan says:

      If it does I think that’s the closest we’ll get to unreleased material from WCW being on a set. The only WCW unreleased content that’d top that besides a WCW Unreleased set which for now seems unlikely at this point is a Jericho, Flair, Goldberg or Sting unreleased sets as they’d have more unreleased matches from that company especially Sting.

      I’d like to see their WCW matches if an unreleased set happens on Edge and when inevitably Austin and HHH get theirs.

  3. SRB says:

    I’m not a fan at all of the current Lesnar character or story lines, but his match with AJ at SS2017 really was incredible. I think we all knew there was no way AJ was going to pin Lesnar, but the spots in the match surprised me and they really worked well together.

  4. RabidHeat says:

    I’m hoping for the Payback match vs. Reigns as already have the Extreme Rules one on Best PPV Matches 2016.

    • Anan says:

      I want the match w/Cena at Summerslam 2016 or the one on one match they had before that or both their 2016 one on one ppv matches, the one w/Balor at TLC, and the one w/ Nakamura at MITB bc they were that damn good! Better than Ambrose & Lesnar. the latter who isn’t all that anyway as AJ worked that match.

      I’d imagine his great match w/Jericho at WM32 will be on there bc it’s AJ’s WM debut. Don’t think he won but had a hell of a showing against a WWE veteran!

      They absolutely MUST add his WWE debut in the RR match 2016 if for no other reasons than for that crazy awesome deserved ovation AJ got! If they do add it, would make sense to add just AJ’s RR run since this is a set on him not on RR matches.

      • RabidHeat says:

        I’m sorry, can you explain what is wrong with me mentioning which matches I would like to see on the set, and why you get the authority to tell me how many matches I’m allowed to mention? Bit confused as to what your issue is.

        • Anan says:

          You’re confused bc there is no issue. Why would I have any issue with u doing what I often do myself? Makes no sense at all.

          I think if there is an issue it’s you who has it. Had u read my comment you’d see there’s nothing there stating I have an issue w/you saying what matches I’d like to see and instead would see I did the exact same thing.

          Saying what matches I wanna see, then telling someone else I have an issue w/them doing exactly that? I’m a bit confused. Mind telling me what sense this makes??

        • LP1 says:

          RabidHeat, who are you referring to? Anan said nothing like that at all.

          • SRB says:

            I’m with LP1. Anan was very obviously trying to have a conversation and share his picks as you did yours.

            • RabidHeat says:

              SRB, please refer to my comment below which I can only assume you missed, where I clearly explain what Anan actually did by editing his rant at me out of his original comment after I called him out on it. Thanks.

          • RabidHeat says:

            Anan did indeed say it, but he then quickly edited his comment after I called him out on it. Clever move by him. His original words were: “Dude, you already got two of your desired matches announced, now you’re asking for a another?! Jeez!!!!” etc. etc.

            He was being a smarta*s, but then he edited his comment and like a coward is now pretending he never said it.

            You can see we both posted out comments 7 hours ago (at least as I type currently); I replied shortly after him so he still had time to edit it and he thinks he can make me look like a liar now. It’s a shame there’s no edit history we can view like on Facebook.

            Anyway, he has his hollow little victory; I’m not gonna let it keep me awake at night, lol.

            • LP1 says:

              Ok. That actually makes more sense now.

            • Anan says:

              To Rabidheat and anyone supporting his comments on this:
              I don’t see how “that actually makes more sense now” as LP1 says (but still thank you for your previous comment LP1.) just bc someone inserts my name in there and claims I said something that I didn’t say. But I left it alone bc hey it’s the internet. Things like this happen all over the internet all the time for various reasons and bc I know what didn’t say. I know as do my family and friends know all too well that I do not talk like that and never have. Yeah I’ve changed. Everyone does. But never talking like that to anyone or behind anyone’s back is one thing about me that has and will remain constant.

              But go ahead and believe or keep believing what you want. That is within your rights. But know that just bc my name is in front of a statement and someone sees my name there it makes them believe I said it, then goes on to claim I made that statement just bc my name was attached to it does not specifically mean that I said it. Get what I’m saying here? Scandals happen all the time in many ways shapes and forms on and off the internet.
              Next time I strongly advise u get your facts straight before u run into someone on the street in real life who may not take this as easy as I am. Obviously since I’m taking it easy bc I know that statement wasn’t made by me I’m not threatening you or anything. I can’t physically attack u on the street as idk where u live, what u look like and wasting time doing that simply just is not me. I’m far happy successful and dedicated to me, my job, helping my family friends community and anyone else out.

              SRB, thanks I appreciate that. You’re right. I was trying to have a conversation and share my picks. I see nothing wrong w/that. If it were wrong, we’d all have been banned long ago as that happens here all the time.

              Now this is a wrestling dvd site. Not a place for things to take over and reign supreme. Rabidheat has his supporters on this situation and I’m sure he appreciates them as I thank and appreciate any that I have. Can we please get back to dvds now before this minor situation goes far longer than that Brock Lesnar being great/sucks debate that was between LP1 Rabidheat myself and maybe others went in another post??

              • LP1 says:

                Not to drag this on for too long, but just to clarify, Anan you’re saying you didn’t edit your comment and RabidHeat says you did. The only people who know for sure are the moderators, but honestly I really don’t care that much to continue on. My apologies to whoever is telling the truth.

                • Anan says:

                  No apologies necessary. You were just stating what you believed/thought was right which as I said in my previous comment was within your right to do. But nonetheless I appreciate it so thanks for being in the middle and apologizing from that position.

                  • RabidHeat says:

                    You’ve been very clever in all this Anan, because we both know you edited your comment and so will the moderators, but I too I’m leaving it alone now too, because I also don’t care. Especially in light of Daniel’s comment about off-topic posts.

    • Anan says:

      AJ made Reigns look so good in both matches I really can’t pick one that’s better than the other. I do prefer wrestling matches over the weapons, stunts, etc stuff as that isn’t wrestling. Attitude Era, I understand that era was what it was & they were doing all they can to stay in business and those in the arena liked what they got so….but I still didn’t support some of that era’s stuff.

      Hardcore/weapons/stunts/women treatment/defiant fans which is what think evolved overtime to the fans we have now, among other things.

  5. Anthony says:

    I hope the following house show matches are included- vs Kevin Owens 3/25/16 MSG(AJ’s garden debut), vs Cena and Ambrose triple threat match 12/26/17 MSG(AJ’s first garden main event), and of course the match where he won the US title at MSG.

  6. RabidHeat says:

    Yes! The Brock and Ambrose matches make this a must buy as I don’t have either.

  7. Vintage Simon says:

    Hoping the AJ Styles set will get a Blu Ray release here in the UK. I know that most don’t these days, but they did make a Blu for Kevin Owens last year, so I’m hoping all the HD content warrants such a release.

    I don’t think I’d buy a DVD that’s full of matches shot in the HD era. I can just about live with it when it’s matches from the archives (such as Unreleased 1986-1995, Kurt Angle, Shawn Michaels Unreleased etc.), but when it only includes matches shot in HD, I don’t think I could watch nine hours of downgraded footage.

    That said, I already have most of the matches announced on Blu Ray already, so may end up skipping this altogether. Hopefully not though, as do really like AJ.

    • RabidHeat says:

      But it’s still better quality than the unreleased archive footage and you’re okay to watch that, so how can the DVD version of current footage be harder to watch? Logically speaking, I mean. The old tape footage must be a harder watch, surely.

      • SAB says:

        How ironic the person who moaned this site is turning into a Dvd/blu-ray debate site is once again carrying on that whole debate! Vintage Simon really doesn’t need to be questioned as his point is clear and makes perfect sense anyway, logically speaking.

        • Anan says:

          “How ironic the person who moaned this site is turning into a Dvd/blu-ray debate site is once again carrying on that whole debate!”

          I know right? Very accurately said!

      • Vintage Simon says:

        The archive footage looks pretty much the same whether it’s on DVD or Blu-Ray IMO. But when there’s HD footage of a match available, the difference between seeing it in SD vs. HD is far greater, and – as I’m used to seeing current shows in HD on TV – I notice the downgrade a lot more.

        • David says:

          Actually from what i gather even SD content looks slightly better on Blu-ray than DVD due to better codecs used. For WWE however, it won’t make much difference (maybe slightly better) because pre-HD WWE is recorded in 480i videotape, they can’t enhance it and the most they can do is clean up the footage as much as they can. Its the interview segments and other HD material they include in-between matches that are in HD that look like ass on DVD.

          FOX for example released few seasons of the Simpsons on Blu-ray and even though the earlier seasons were recorded in SD they looked so much better on Blu-ray compared to the DVD version.

          • Anan says:

            To me the video/audio quality even of old SD stuff looks/sounds better on WWE Network’s 720p. I mean I see things I didn’t before, hear richer sound during entrance music playing. Could just be me though.

          • Anan says:

            Yeah I agree definitely. A great wrestling example for your point is the HBK vs Bret: Greatest Rivalries bluray as most of the non interview segments as in the matches are pre-hd yet to your point look so much better on bluray while still sd as they didn’t even have dvds in those days when those matches like rockers vs hart foundation, the matches from SSeries 92 & WM12 originally happened so yeah.

        • Anan says:

          Idk. Pre-HD movies look/sound better and enhanced to me on bluray. And I’m going way back w/Batman 1989, BTTF 1&2, etc. Not saying it’s the same for tv shows or WWE. But possible especially for WWE w/all their $$$$$. Just my opinion.

          • foley is good says:

            I assume it is because Hollywood films use high quality expensive film stock for movies while wrestling was videotape. Wizard of Oz looks beautiful on blu ray.

    • Foley is good says:

      Does changing your blu ray player resolution to 480p help at all? Just wondering.

  8. meme says:

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