‘Biggest Ever’ WWE Blu-Ray Sale This Weekend, First Look at SummerSlam 2015 DVD

September 11, 2015 by Daniel Bee

WWE Biggest Blu-ray Sale

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]


Click here to go direct to WWEDVD.co.uk’s Blu-ray Sale…

[Plus, buy any 3 TITLES to get an EXTRA 10% off!]

WWE Biggest Blu-ray Sale

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.

WWE SummerSlam 2015 DVD Cover Artwork

New WWE DVDs on Amazon.co.uk

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  1. THOMAS says:

    @MIKES_87 There is so many WWE PPVS including this Sunday’s event which is WWE Night Of Champions, I do not know whether I will be choosing to buy the event on dvd because I do not know if the event is going to be a good one or not, I use to like WWE TLC, WWE Night Of Champions & WWE Hell In A Cell up to last September / October / December as an event but not anymore, I like the four big events, also I liked the new February 2015 event which was Fast Lane & also I like WWE PayBack & WWE Money In The Bank

  2. THOMAS says:

    @MIKES_87, I’m looking forward to buy the release of WWE SummerSlam 2015 dvd, the opinion on why I’m choosing not buy the Best Of WCW Monday Nitro Volume 3 / The Monday Night War Volume 2 is not in my top dvd to buy list, WWE BattleGround 2015 was a Good event, I might buy the dvd of WWE BattleGround 2015 to watch the matches once again to refresh the memory. I will not be posting the same thing over & over again, yet again I’m not a troll OK!

  3. THOMAS says:

    @MIKES_87, I’m entitled to have my own opinion / view on whether I will be buying any particular PPV dvd or a 3 dvd set, it is my choice, you are the bully on this website, not me. @LP1, I’ll not be telling you anything or which internet browser that I’m using, it is none of your business dude!

    • MikeS_87 says:

      Of course you’re entitled to your opinion. Nobody has said you aren’t. It just seems that your opinion is always the same that you WON’T be buying a particular DVD and that’s it. That to me isn’t an opinion. An opinion would be actually sharing your views on WHY you’re choosing not to buy that particular DVD? How about commenting about which releases you ARE looking forward to? Apologies if I’ve offended you but when you post the same thing over and over people will assume that you’re a troll.

  4. THOMAS says:

    @ATTITUDE.ERA.4LIFE @LP1 & @MIKES_87, I’m not going to be bullied by the three of you at all, so back off & leave me alone, I’m entitled to have an opinion whether I’m going to buy a dvd set or a single PPV dvd & also I’m not going to bother rising to you @MIKES_87 calling me names so there or by @ATTITUDE.ERA.4LIFE. or even you @LP1

    • LP1 says:

      I’ve never called you names. I’m just wondering what internet browser you’re using that doesn’t allow you to hit the reply button. You always respond with a new comment at the top of the response list. Just curious why that is.

    • MikeS_87 says:

      You’re right Thomas, I shouldn’t have replied to your post in that way AT ALL. You’re just a troll (and not a very good one at that) so you’re better off being ignored.

  5. MikeS_87 says:

    I’ve had no issues with Fremantle being the distributor here in the UK. Ok, I’ll agree that their prices are higher but it’s not very often that I buy one title on its own, I quite often use the ‘buy 3 get 10% off’ which brings the 2 disc blu-rays down to under £21 (which I think is reasonable). Fremantle’s service is just as good as SV’s was. The majority of my orders have arrived the next day if I’ve ordered them in the morning. They seem to get new releases out quicker (and more in line with the U.S. release dates) than silvervision did. The sound and picture quality of Fremantle’s blu-rays are better than SV’s. The blu-ray packaging is better than SV’s (I hated those flimsy, slimline cases that the SV blu-rays came in). They don’t load up the beginning of disc one with 10+ minutes of ads and trailers like SV did. The only thing that Fremantle did that I didn’t like was their refusal to release the Raw 20 box set in the UK and Europe (which I ended up importing from the states anyway). Fremantle aren’t an awful distributor by any means. They do a lot of good things for DVD/BR collectors in the UK and Europe.

    • Mark Markson says:

      I hear you. I like SilverVision, and it’s sad that they have closer and people have lost their jobs.

      Their prices are a bit high, but I think we have to get used to that. DVD and blu-ray sales aren’t what they used to be. The more DVDs and blu-rays you press, the cheaper it is. If Fremantle can only sell a thousand copies of a release, it’s a bad idea to have 20000 DVDs pressed. They need to make ends meet of course.

      If you think about it, the prices aren’t unfair. If you order a new movie on blu-ray, you’ll have to pay £13 or £14 on Amazon. A movie is usually 90-120 minutes long. If you buy a WWE PPV on blu-ray, it has a playing time of 4 to 4 hours and 30 minutes. A new WWE PPV (excluding Wrestlemania) is usually £15,99 on Amazon. Not that expensive for double the playing time. Two new movies on blu-ray is about the same or perhaps a little less than a 2 disc WWE blu-ray set featuring a wrestler or an ECW or WCW match compilation for example. On these 2 disc blu-ray sets, you get at least 8 hours of entertainment. Two movies on blu-ray will give you 3 to 4 hours of entertainment. I hope you can see where I’m going with this. 😉

      I like Fremantles customer service as well. When I’ve had a problem with an order, they have replied to my email very quickly, and taken care of the problem.

      • Vintage Simon says:

        So movies on Blu-Rays don’t have any extras then?

        • Mark Markson says:

          Sure, but usually not I’m not impressed with extras on blu-ray movies. On many of the newer movies I own on blu-ray, there’s usually only 10-15 minutes of extras. Not much compared to the 70 minutes of extras we get on a WWE PPV blu-ray.

  6. Justin F says:

    Why exactly did WWE use a older photo of Undertaker on the cover?

  7. THOMAS says:

    I’m having a laugh, I’m not being serious here at all. I’m not Thomas the Tank Engine at all & I’m entitled to have a opinion as well

    • LP1 says:

      He didn’t use the reply button and there’s the “at all”. It’s almost like a drinking game now.

    • MikeS_87 says:

      You might not be Thomas the tank but you certainly are a complete idiot. Your precious “opinion” is always “I will not be buying (insert name of upcoming DVD/blu-ray) at all”. Very insightful. Moron.

  8. THOMAS says:

    Lol, I’m laughing at these people complaining / moaning about the prices of the WWE DVDS in the UK, the new company Fremantle taking over from Silver Vision, also they are wanting Brock Lesnar to resurrect Silver Vision! Folks, Silver Vision / Clear Vision is closed down for Good, Just move on with the times, Fremantle is the company that is taking over to produce the WWE DVDS in the UK & for the UK fans, probably will be doing it for the future as well. The simple task to do is not to buy the WWE DVDS / Blu-rays whether you’re happy or not, life is too short to complain or moan about small things like the company Fremantle bringing the WWE events out, taking over from Silver Vision! Get A Life Folks!

    • attitude.era.4life says:

      “…life is too short to complain or moan about small things like the company Fremantle bringing the WWE events out, taking over from Silver Vision!” – or an ever smaller thing like people being sarcastic!

      yep.. that’s “our” Thomas the Tank Engine going at it again! 😉

  9. Mark Markson says:

    Just took advantage of this sale, and bought ECW Unreleased vol. 3, It’s Good To Be The King & WCWs Greatest PPV Matches.

    Maybe they are still pricy, but I haven’t seen them cheaper in Europe. The UK Amazon site sells the ECW and Lawler sets for more than £25 each.

  10. Roly says:

    Got to say, the worst thing that has ever happened to WWE dvd collecting in the UK is Freemantle taking over from Silvervision.

    The prices are ridiculous (£24 for a Blu Ray in 2051!?!?!?), the sales are pathetic and they have stopped the Live in the UK series.

    Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate the Blu Ray PPV’s and the fact that there is still somebody releasing physical media in this day and age, but FM have sucked the blood out of this hobby.

    • Vintage Simon says:

      Completely agree. I just import my Blu-Rays from North America now. Even with the shipping costs, it still works out much cheaper than Fremantle.

    • Alan Shore says:

      Agreed. It was the reason I stopped collecting, copied all my DVDs to a hard drive and sold them.

    • Shane C. Montgomery says:

      That is way too much money for a BR! They are cheaper in the states but we do miss the BR PPVs and it is getting harder to find WWE BR in a physical store other than FYE and Best Buy. I have been ordering most of mine online but then they always get busted up during shipping, but that is a price you have to pay I guess. If we could combine the UK and US we would have an awesome setup for WWE DVDs!

      • attitude.era.4life says:

        customs and import duties and locked region codes need one way tickets to Supplex City.

        URCD: United Region of Disc Collectors -now, THAT’s a Revolution to reckon with! 🙂

  11. RabidHeat says:

    Why do they ask “Who will walk out with both championships?” when the answer is on the front cover?

    I’m not gonna moan about spoilers in general as I accept they are par for the course now, but why do they treat us like morons by still putting those questions on the back?

  12. Tommy B says:

    It sucks to be in the UK. That is the lousiest “sale” ever. Oh wow £17.99, certainly saving the pennies there. -_-