BROCK BOX SET: A Big Box Set Revealed for WWE’s ‘Brock Lesnar – Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.’ DVD

July 27, 2016 by Daniel Bee

BROCK BOX SET: WWE 'Brock Lesnar - Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat' DVD Box Set Revealed


Heads up: “Brock Lesnar – Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.” is now live to pre-order for fans in the United States here on For fans in the United Kingdom, it’s here on, where the DVD and Blu-ray should be available to pre-order any day now.

The BIG news: included among the first set of product listings is a newly unveiled BROCK BOX SET, similar to the “Macho Man: Randy Savage Story” Collector’s set released back in 2014.



The new “Brock Lesnar – Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.” DVD compilation will feature 14 of “The Beast’s” biggest matches since his return to WWE in 2012, and will also present a few classic (and previously unseen) matches from his original run with the company and his OVW tenure before it.

With today’s pre-order comes a new synopsis, which reads as follows:

Since day one, Brock Lesnar has conquered every obstacle in his path of destruction. He has claimed championships, taken opponents to Suplex City, and put an end to Undertaker’s undefeated WrestleMania streak.

Witness Brock Lesnar’s greatest matches and moments and see why he lives by the mantra of EAT. SLEEP. CONQUER. REPEAT.

Pre-order the BROCK DVD now by clicking here to

WWE 'Brock Lesnar - Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat' DVD - Box Artwork



The Blu-ray will pack in all of those monstrous matches and new video packages too, plus on top will be 5 matches presented as Blu-ray exclusives, bumping up the runtime to approximately 8 hours and 30 minutes!

Included in the bonus matches are Brock’s matches from WWE Network specials “Beast in the East” and “Roadblock” (never put out on DVD).

REVEALED: Blu-Ray Exclusives for “BROCK LESNAR – Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.”, New WWE Steelbook

In addition to the standard Blu-ray, a Steelbook Blu-ray edition will be released nationwide in the UK and as a Best Buy exclusive in the United States. The Steelbook packaging will feature exclusive artwork not present on any other version of the Home Video release – check it out again below.

Pre-order the BROCK Blu-ray now by clicking here to

WWE 'Brock Lesnar - Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat' Blu-ray - Steelbook Artwork



And just revealed as of today is a “Collector’s” box set!

The big box set, confirmed so far for the United States, includes the 2016 DVD, Brock Lesnar memorabilia and other goodies exclusive to this release.

Hinted at in the prototype image below is an item that’s possibly hand-signed by “The Beast” himself and a piece of the WrestleMania 32 ring canvas!

Speculated contents are as follows:

– “Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.” 3 disc DVD set
– “Fear the Fury” fight gloves
– Signed WrestleMania 32 artcard, with authentic ring canvas
– Brock Lesnar trading card
– Unique artwork featured on outer box

Pre-order the BROCK box set now by clicking here to

BROCK BOX SET: WWE 'Brock Lesnar - Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat' DVD Box Set Revealed

Release Dates for WWE’s “Brock Lesnar – Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.” DVD & Blu-ray where you are…

USA: October 11th. The BROCK DVD & Blu-ray has just been listed here on

UK/Europe: October 17th. The BROCK DVD & Blu-ray has just been listed

Australia: TBA. Look for your chance to pre-order it very soon at

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  1. RMC9 says:

    The Brock box set will be mine!

  2. Jeff Copeland says:

    the reason why they arnt adding the bluray to the pack is cause you get all that extra crap the gloves card and all that. so they figure the dvd is enough.

    if you want the bluray get the bluray and as far as people buying dvds

    even in 2016 most dont have a bluray player so dvd is only way, i really wish people would let this bluray fetish go already.

    • ChrisBalrog says:

      We are in 2016, unless you are surrounded by cavemen, everyone is already on Blu-Ray with 4K taking over.

    • David says:

      Its like releasing a VHS special edition…in 2005 when VHS was dead, just like DVD is now.

      • LP1 says:

        Some people are afraid of change. They’re very content with living in the past and don’t like moving forward. That’s the only reason I can see people still clinging to DVDs.

  3. foley is good says:

    DVD…….ugh. Should be bluray. If you haven’t bought a bluray player yet tough luck.

  4. Alan says:

    The picture doesn’t look like it’s been really autographed by Brock. More like a facsimile “signed”. But it could just be what was used for the picture.

    Does anyone know if it’s a real autograph? Brock is a notoriously hard signature to get. So if it is – i’ll definitely be grabbing the “Brock Box”!

  5. Zach says:

    If the steelbook blu-ray was in the box instead, I’d honestly buy it. Don’t know why they only put the DVDs in there instead of Blu-rays.

  6. Joe Young says:

    The gloves are worth the purchase alone! #LesnarMark

  7. Gene says:

    I don’t know why they aren’t offering the Collector’s set in a Blu-ray configuration as well. Same situation as the Macho Man deluxe set…it’s disappointing but it’s not like WWE has been a dependable supporter of the Blu-ray format here in the USA.

  8. Jeff Copeland says:

    eh still not worth it and pointless release

  9. RabidHeat says:

    When they said similar to the Macho Man set I thought they meant it would contain Brock’s previous DVD set also.

  10. John says:

    I will pass on the boxset, useless stuff and the steelbook cover is way better than the Blu-ray cover, oh well, I will still pick up the blu-ray

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

    The WM 32 box set is still avaliable, which makes me wonder, if there at all is a market for boxsets containing HD filmed material….released on SD media?

    I don’t see how this Brock release should do it any better, but then again..really anything is better than BoringMania 32.

    I settle with the steelbook..cooler cover, and above everything else: most content is HD filmed and the only interesting segments from almost every PPV that the matches are taken, I don’t have to invest money in those. 🙂

    • ha says:

      Plenty of idiots still buying DVDs, sadly.

      • foley is good says:

        Tell me about it. LOL.

      • Straightedge47 says:

        What about buying a dvd suggests a lack of intelligence?

      • RabidHeat says:

        Doesn’t make them idiots. Just means that they’re happy enough with the huge leap from VHS to DVD, rather than the comparatively minimal leap from DVD to Blu-Ray. Some of us care more about the content of what we’re watching than believing we’re in the same room as what’s going on.

        • LP1 says:

          “…minimal leap from DVD to Blu-Ray”? Let’s see. A standard blank DVD (in highest quality XP mode) can hold about 1 hour of video(2 hours on a dual layer disc). A standard blank VHS tape (in highest quality SP mode) can hold about 2 hours of video(3 hours on a T-180 tape). And a standard blank Blu-ray(25GB) can hold about 2 hours in the highest quality(4 hours on 50GB and 8 hours on 100GB).

          And that’s not even getting into the difference in audio and video quality. The highest quality commercial VHS is not that drastically different from a commercial DVD. Whereas the difference between DVD and BR is very different. And I’m not even gonna mention 4K Ultra discs because that’s a whole different level of quality.

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