No Documentary for WWE’s BROCK LESNAR Blu-ray, No Extras for Money in the Bank 2016 DVD?

July 1, 2016 by Daniel Bee

WWE Money in the Bank 2016 DVD - Cover Artwork

This month’s Money in the Bank 2016 DVD (releasing July 19th to the United States) will have a runtime of approximately 3 hours and 20 minutes in total.

Due to the overrun of the event the DVD will unfortunately not feature any extras in its content.

As such, the Kickoff Show matches – The Lucha Dragons vs. The Dudley Boyz, and The Golden Truth vs. Breezango – will not be included. However, the Blu-ray edition (releasing August 22nd exclusively to the UK) will contain a handful of special features as usual.

The full content of the DVD and the aforementioned Blu-ray extras are confirmed below:

 

FULL CONTENT…

WWE Signature

Fatal 4-Way Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship
The New Day vs. Enzo & Cass vs. The Vaudevillains vs. Gallows & Anderson

The Participants are Confident Heading into the Ladder Match

Dolph Ziggler vs. Baron Corbin

Natalya & Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte & Dana Brooke

Dean Ambrose will be the “King of the Jungle”

Apollo Crews vs. Sheamus

John Cena vs. AJ Styles

Money in the Bank Contract Ladder Match
Cesaro vs. Sami Zayn vs. Dean Ambrose vs. Alberto Del Rio vs. Kevin Owens vs. Chris Jericho

United States Championship Match
Rusev vs. Titus O’Neil

WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match
Roman Reigns vs. Seth Rollins

 

DVD EXTRAS…

None.

 

BLU-RAY EXCLUSIVES…

— Seth Rollins vs. Roman Reigns is “Money in the Bank”
Monday Night RAW • May 23, 2016

— John Cena Returns to Monday Night RAW
Monday Night RAW • May 30, 2016

— Enzo & Big Cass vs. Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson
SmackDown • June 9, 2016

— Dean Ambrose vs. Chris Jericho
Monday Night RAW • June 13, 2016
 

WWE Money in the Bank 2016 Blu-ray - Cover Artwork

 
Get “the greatest Money in the Bank in history” on DVD (or Blu-ray)…

 
USA: July 19. Lock in a pre-order now for only $9.99 here on Amazon.com.

Australia: August 17. Pre-order your copy of the MITB DVD at Madman.com.au.

UK/Europe: August 22. Pre-order your copy of the MITB DVD (or Blu-ray) on Amazon.co.uk.
 


A documentary feature (or “Brockumentary” as WDN readers were calling it) is no longer planned for the “Brock Lesnar – Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.” DVD and Blu-ray later this year.

However, new packages are planned to be included between the featured matches.

These could end up being documentary-like chapters or at the very least include new interview material with the Beast himself. As revealed by the trailer and our update this week, the full Blu-ray compilation is to include 19 matches in total, 14 of which will make it to the standard DVD.

We would consider the change to be somewhat of a last minute decision by the company as the Brock DVD appeared on multiple schedule drafts listed as a documentary title – but of course future Home Video plans like this are often subject to change, as we’ve seen in the past.

Join us here at WrestlingDVDNetwork.com next week as we unveil the matches!

WWE 'Brock Lesnar: Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.' DVD/Blu-ray - No Documentary


Below, check out the trailer for “Scooby-Doo & WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon”.

The animated movie releases August 9th (same day as Attitude Era Vol. 3) as a DVD and a DVD/Blu-ray combo pack. The price of the DVD has dropped to just $11.23 here on Amazon.com.


Extreme Rules 2016 is one of the next Home Video releases about to hit the UK. As with Money in the Bank, UK fans will be treated to a Blu-ray edition that’s not available anywhere else!

Catch the clip below of Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows vs. The Usos in a Tag Team Tornado Match. The Blu-ray will be available on July 18th; pre-order a copy here on Amazon.co.uk.


UK SALE: Speaking of the UK, there’s 25% off orders at WWEDVD.co.uk this weekend!

The “Payday Sale” is running until midnight on Sunday, July 3rd – simply order 3 DVDs/Blu-rays on the site and enter code “JUNEPD” to receive 25% off the price (an extra 15% than normal).

The new Scott Hall DVD out next week and other pre-orders can be used with the code.

WWE DVD UK Sale - 25% Off This Weekend


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$3.99WWF Divas: Tropical Pleasure DVD
$6.49WWF King of the Ring 2000 DVD (Sealed)
$6.99WWF Tough Enough: Season 1 DVD (Sealed)
$7.87WWF Vengeance 2001 DVD (Sealed)
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$9.95Hardy Boyz: Leap of Faith DVD
$9.99WWF Unforgiven 1998 DVD
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WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD - Rare!

These following WWE DVD sets are also up for grabs on eBay today and through the weekend – low prices on recent releases like Bischoff and U.S. Title, a big box set, and more….

$2.75Monday Night War Vol. 2: Know Your Role DVD
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$12.00Owen: Hart of Gold Blu-ray
$12.00Eric Bischoff: Most Controversial Figure DVD
$12.50Lot of 10 WWE DVD Sets
$36.00Royal Rumble Anthology Box Set

 




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24 Comments on "No Documentary for WWE’s BROCK LESNAR Blu-ray, No Extras for Money in the Bank 2016 DVD?"

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SD Jones
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SD Jones

I love the “shoulda had 22 matches then” comment lol because apparently the number is what matters, not the length of all his long ass matches and big entrances. Tell the DVD it better be able to hold more than usual because you don’t like the total number of matches! And if they do an iron man set, it better have 20 on 3 discs! Or no buys!

RabidHeat
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RabidHeat

Ah, bore off. People are entitled to their opinion, just as you are yours. No need to belittle other peoples’ comments.

AD Degreez
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AD Degreez

No extras? There should be 2 pre show matches that belong with this ppv add an extra disc if you have to this is just lazy and they don’t care anymore. Very disappointed but will still buy it

SD Jones
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SD Jones

But would you still buy it if that “extra disc” cost you an extra 5-6 bucks? I’m sure the cost to print goes up, thus the cost to us consumers…

RabidHeat
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RabidHeat

If they didn’t charge more for the extra disc, some how I don’t think it would back the McMahon empire.

RabidHeat
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RabidHeat

break * I meant

RabidHeat
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RabidHeat

This article is the first I can ever remember reading hat is literally bad news all around, lol. Seriously, surely a billion-dollar company can include another disc to give us the bonus matches and some more extras. And the principal reason for buying that Lesnar set just went out the window.

Roly
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Roly

The Payday sale over at WWEdvd.co.uk is actually 35% off, not 25%

You automatically get 10% for ordering 3 sets, by adding the code you get another 25%

Good deal!

Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life
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Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life

I can confirm what Roly state, regarding actually getting 35 % total. Got the steelbook edition of Bischoff, the US legacy Bluray and pre-ordered Hardcore history on Bluray. Total with shipping feed outside UK: less than 20£ per item! 🙂

champz
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champz

MITB 2016 DVD no extras= 🙁

Mwoodz
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Mwoodz

I use 2 say the same thing about them releasing ppv events on dvd still. But i know people that like 2 collect and some people still dont have the network.

Lewis
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Lewis

Another dumb spoiler cover I won’t be getting. Already got the previous Lesnar bluray set. I see no reason to get this one

Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life
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Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life

I really loved the in between matches sit-down “interview” of “Here comes the pain collectors edition” Bluray..The Beast saying pretty much the same thing about Bringing the pain, and he himself not having the time to feel pain is so over the top funny..

But.. using the same concept…again maybe!? Naaaaaah..

If no Brockumentary, then WWE should have raised the numbers of matches to 21 or 22 and settled with an announcer once a while to do “analyses” like on the Goldberg release.

No matter what, the Beast is on its way, and I love it. 🙂

Steven Giordano
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Steven Giordano

It is beyond moronic that they still do not release PPV’s on Blu Ray. It’s just dumb.

some guy
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some guy

If no one is buying them it’s not moronic to stop releasing them though?

LP1
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LP1

But how do you know nobody is buying them when they haven’t released any non-big 4 PPVs on blu-ray in over 5 years? They didn’t even release a full year of PPVs on blu-ray before they gave up on it. 5-6 years ago people were less likely to buy blu-rays than they are now. It’s worth a shot to try releasing all the PPVs on blu-ray again.

Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life
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Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life

If the future says: “No more” regarding physical media..I really hope, WWE would make a finale last hurrah and re-release all PPV’s from RR 2008 (uncut and unedited) and forward, that yet has seen a worldwide Blue release.

Problaly not gonna happen, but that would be my greatest wish to be fulfilled, regarding collecting.

LP1
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LP1
I agree conpletely. Although at this point I wonder why they even bother releasing PPV’s on home video at all. Ever since the Network started, their home video sales have plummeted and they continue to drop each year. I think they only release shows on physical media still because they have contractual obligations to fill with all the distributors they’ve signed with. Same reason why they still air their shows on traditional PPV channels because of deals already in place with PPV providers. They literally make fun of people on TV for still ordering shows regular PPV. It’s really crazy… Read more »
LP1
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LP1

Not sure why that whole thing got posted twice. I only added 1 sentence.

LP1
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LP1
I agree conpletely. Although at this point I wonder why they even bother releasing PPV’s on home video at all. Ever since the Network started, their home video sales have plummeted and they continue to drop each year. I think they only release shows on physical media still because they have contractual obligations to fill with all the distributors they’ve signed with. Same reason why they still air their shows on traditional PPV channels because of deals already in place with PPV providers. They literally make fun of people on TV for still ordering shows regular PPV. It’s really crazy… Read more »
Foleyisgood
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Foleyisgood

Well it doesn’t make sense getting it on PPV anymore. You can get the Network for 5 months for the price of one PPV.

LP1
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LP1

There’s still a lot of places in the world where streaming services are not the standard yet due to poor internet/wifi in their area. Ordering through PPV is the only option for some people.

LP1
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LP1

There’s no excuse for not including the pre-show matches on the blu-ray of MITB. It also looks like the dvd will only be 1 disc which means the video quality will be compressed.

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