Exclusive: WWE Payback 2013 DVD Cover Art – Cena/Ryback, Punk/Jericho

June 20, 2013 by Daniel Bee

WWE Payback Logo

We can now exclusively reveal the official cover artwork for the WWE Payback 2013 DVD, featuring John Cena, Ryback, CM Punk and Chris Jericho!

Payback will be released to the United States on July 16th – pre-order yours at this link.

WWE Payback 2013 DVD

It is not yet known whether or not a Blu-ray edition will hit North America. The Blu-ray is confirmed for UK/Europe and has also now been announced for Australia. The Australian market typically follows that of the US so there is still a chance it may happen as a store exclusive. We’ll let you know further information as we receive it.

WWE Championship Three Stages of Hell Match
John Cena vs. Ryback

World Heavyweight Championship
Dolph Ziggler vs. Alberto Del Rio def.

CM Punk vs. Chris Jericho

WWE Tag Team Championship
Roman Reigns & Seth Rollins vs. Randy Orton & Daniel Bryan

Intercontinental Champion
Wade Barrett vs. The Miz vs. Curtis Axel

United States Championship
Dean Ambrose vs. Kane via

Divas Championship
Kaitlyn vs. AJ Lee

List of WWE Payback 2013 DVD and Blu-ray Extras.


Get your copy…

 
In the US: Click here to pre-order the Payback 2013 DVD for July 16th.

In Canada: Click here to pre-order the Payback 2013 DVD for July 23rd.

In Australia: Available to pre-order now from WWEDVD.com.au for July 31st.

In UK/Europe: Available to pre-order now from WWEDVD.co.uk for August 26th.

 

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21 Comments on "Exclusive: WWE Payback 2013 DVD Cover Art – Cena/Ryback, Punk/Jericho"

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John
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John

It is terrible! One of the worse covers I ever seen in my f*cking life!

Bill
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Bill

Very nice cover, I like this

victory73
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victory73

I don’t usually buy regular PPV events, in this case I will make an exception since I was there. It will make a nice memory due to taking one of my children.

Sean Quetell
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Sean Quetell

Cover looks sweet

Alan
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Alan

“Payback” and “Money In The Bank” will also be able to be rented via Netflix by-mail service. This is the first time in nearly two years they’ve done that. That said, I love this cover!

Justin F
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Justin F

Cena with his typical generic face. Atleast show some emotion, damn it.

SRB
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SRB

Nice side panel. Could’ve been the cover!

ErBoProxy
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ErBoProxy

I absolutely hate this cover but it seems I’m in the minority.

Just putting on stock photos of wrestlers on the cover screams laziness. I like when there are more things to it : creativity, something related to this particular event — make it stand out from the pack.

For such a good PPV, it looks like a house show poster ( but I’ll still buy the DVD 😀 )

THOMAS
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THOMAS

PAYBACK was a fantastic event

Tony Kegger
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Tony Kegger

I could be wrong but it looks like Cena piece of the “pie” is a little bit bigger than the others.

Bill
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Bill

He is the star of the company after all

J
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J

SCREW Blu Ray nuff said

NigRavrevor
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NigRavrevor

WHY NO PUNK WOLVERINE BEARD?

THOMAS
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THOMAS

Another fantastic front sleeve for WWE PAYBACK

David
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David

I like the cover. Great ppv too!

PPVs in Chicago have always been worthwhile. Wish this was on Blu-ray, the exclusive extras look great.

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