Heads up – the official WWE DVD shop site in the United Kingdom, WWEDVD.co.uk, is running their “biggest ever” WWE Blu-ray sale this weekend!
The sale is live already and features a total more than 80 different titles. Fans in the UK and Europe should take advantage now before the deals expire this Sunday at midnight.
We’ve noticed 10 Blu-rays included in this particular sale which have never been reduced in price before by the UK licensee, including the 2015 released Superstar-themed sets on Jerry Lawler, Daniel Bryan, Chris Jericho, Ultimate Warrior, and a handful of PPV discs too.
Royal Rumble 2015 [Blu-ray]
Payback 2015 [Blu-ray]
Extreme Rules 2015 [Blu-ray]
Fastlane 2015 [Blu-ray]
The Road is Jericho [Blu-ray]
Daniel Bryan: Just Say Yes! Yes! Yes! [Blu-ray]
Destruction of the Shield [Blu-ray]
Ultimate Warrior: Always Believe [Blu-ray]
ECW Unreleased Vol. 3 [Blu-ray]
Jerry Lawler: It’s Good To Be The King [Blu-ray]
With the release of “Monday Night War Vol. 2: Know Your Role” earlier this week, the next WWE DVD on the way in the United States will be SummerSlam 2015 (pre-order).
The DVD will be 2 discs this year (also available on Blu-ray) to accommodate the extended 4 hour PPV event and extras. A free trading card of The Rock will be included inside the packaging.
It’s the biggest party of the summer! In the rematch too big for WrestleMania, “The Beast Incarnate” BROCK LESNAR collides with UNDERTAKER on the summer’s hottest stage! Can UNDERTAKER avenge his only loss at WrestleMania… or will “The Conqueror” take “The Phenom” to Suplex City and end the legend once and for all?
In another blockbuster SummerSlam main event, it’s Winner Takes All when United States Champion JOHN CENA takes on WWE World Heavyweight Champion SETH ROLLINS in a Title vs. Title Match. Who will walk out of SummerSlam with both Championships? With all this and much more, things heat up for WWE at SUMMERSLAM!
SummerSlam 2015 drops on September 22nd, following next month to UK and Australian fans.
Above is the official trailer, below are new shots of the DVD’s front and back artwork.