EXCLUSIVE: Official Box Art & Extras List Revealed for WWE WrestleMania 32 DVD & Blu-Ray

April 15, 2016 by Daniel Bee

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In case you’ve been living under a rock (or a table), WWE officially released their first-ever documentary on the Dudleyz, “Straight Outta Dudleyville: The Legacy of the Dudley Boyz”, earlier this week on DVD, Blu-ray, and Steelbook Blu-ray!

Heads up, the price of the DVD has just been dropped to only $17.77 here on Amazon.com.

And WWEShop.com now have it in stock after a slight delay listing the title.

WrestlingDVDNetwork.com can now exclusively confirm the cover artwork WWE has chosen to go with for next month’s WrestleMania 32 DVD and Blu-ray release!

Below is a first look at the official box art, along with a list of planned DVD and Blu-ray extras.

The UK versions pictured here are available to pre-order now on Amazon.co.uk.

WWE WrestleMania 32 DVD - Cover Artwork


Full Content…

Fifth Harmony Performs America the Beautiful

WWE Intercontinental Championship Ladder Match
Kevin Owens vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Zack Ryder vs. Sin Cara vs. Sami Zayn vs. The Miz vs. Stardust

AJ Styles vs. Chris Jericho

Zack Ryder Makes His WrestleMania Moment

The New Day vs. The League of Nations

No Holds Barred Street Fight
Dean Ambrose vs. Brock Lesnar

Introducing the WWE Hall of Fame 2016 Inductees

Triple Threat Match For The WWE Women’s Championship
Charlotte vs. Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks

Hell in a Cell Match
Shane McMahon Vs. Undertaker

Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal

The Rock Has a Special Message for the WWE Universe

WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match
Triple H vs. Roman Reigns

Hall of Fame 2016
– The Godfather
– Jacqueline
– Stan Hansen
– The WWE 2016 Legacy Hall of Fame
– The Fabulous Freebirds
– Big Boss Man
– Snoop Dogg
– Joan Lunden
– Sting


DVD Extras…

WWE United States Championship
Kalisto vs. Ryback
(WrestleMania 32 Kickoff Show Match)

— The Total Divas vs. B.A.D. & Blonde
(WrestleMania 32 Kickoff Show Match)

— The Usos vs. The Dudley Boyz
(WrestleMania 32 Kickoff Show Match)


Blu-ray Exclusive…

— Fighting for a Legacy

WWE WrestleMania 32 Blu-Ray - Cover Artwork

Get your copy of the WWE WrestleMania 32 DVD or Blu-ray…

USA: Coming May 10th. Pre-order your copy now here on Amazon.com.

Australia: Coming May 18th. Pre-order your copy now over at Madman.com.au.

UK/Europe: Coming June 6th. Pre-order your copy now here on Amazon.co.uk.


Speaking of WrestleMania 32, the full contents are still to be named for the “Ultimate Collector’s Edition”, the big box set being released exclusively in the UK. Here’s a new synopsis for it:

The “ULTIMATE COLLECTOR’S EDITION” will include exclusive WrestleMania memorabilia and prop items used at the event itself which are not available anywhere else and will be individually numbered to 1,000.

We hear that until midnight tonight WWEDVD.co.uk are offering UK fans £2.50 off the pre-order price of the box set (either version) when using code “dvdnetwork”.

Plus, this weekend only with code “FLASH20” they are giving 10% off any WWE DVD or Blu-ray order of 3 or more titles together – that’s on top of the usual 10% discount applied anyway!

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  1. josh says:

    Why is Snoop dogg being inducted in the wwe hall of fame? I’m getting to the point where I don’t even want to watch wrestling any more. I use to be a very big fan of wrestling, now it’s boring to watch. I want the wrestlemania dvd only to see the other inductees, but I don’t understand why snoop dogg is being inducted.

    • RabidHeat says:

      Do you honestly not understand the concept of the “celebrity wing” of the Hall of Fame? It’s not intended to be the same accolade as for a wrestler. And what do you mean “being inducted” – have you been under a rock? WrestleMania was like, 3 weeks ago.

  2. Paul Timmons says:

    I was disappointed at this years WrestleMania. Many matches weren’t that good and came off as below average. Even the HOF itself was okay-ish.

    • David says:

      I thought WM32 was decent and given the amount of injuries to top guys they didn’t have much to work with

      The only disappointing match I felt was Ambrose vs. Lesnar and just fell flat, especially with Ambrose teasing carts of weapons.

      If guys like Rollins, Cena, Orton were there I think the card would have been great…Cena/Taker was rumored for months before Cena’s injury and love or hate Cena this would have been a big money match. Rollins would have likely face HHH given that seeds were being planted with Rollins/Authority before his injury, Reigns/Lesnar II would have probably been for the title. Ambrose probably would have been in the IC Ladder match and Orton would have likely faced Bray Wyatt.

      I always thought the HOF should be held privately (similar to 2004) with family, friends, relatives and invited guests. Fans act way too obnoxious at the HOF, like booing Cena and Reigns…its just embarrassing and clearly shows fans cannot differentiate reality from fiction, we get it you don’t like Cena and Reigns. 2013 at MSG was disgraceful and really wish it wouldn’t be open to the public. Just air on the WWE Network and thats it.

  3. Joe Young says:

    Remember when Wrestlemania used to have a bunch of Blu-Ray extras? Good times.

  4. Damon says:

    I have to get the DVD set just to get extra matches over the Blu-Ray set? Is that right?

  5. Frank Lloyd says:

    1 f***ing blu Ray extra? F***ing pathetic wwe. Most if the s**t that happened here was overturned the next night anyways. Some millionaire needs to buy wwe and give wwe competition

    • LP1 says:

      You realize the entire Hall Of Fame ceremony is an extra in itself, right? Between the Hall Of Fame, the 3 pre-show matches and the bonus feature, that’s over 4 hours of extras in addition to the 5 hour ppv.

  6. Brian says:

    This looks so cheep

  7. LP1 says:

    It would’ve been nice if they included the segment from the pre-show where Lita unveiled the new Women’s Title. That moment got one of the biggest pops of the whole show.

  8. Ramos says:

    Man they should have taken off a few of the pointless HOF inductions and added Nakamura vs. Zayn, Asuka vs. Bayley, and Balor vs. Joe instead. Huge miss for me!! That probably would have tipped me over into buying this… oh well, at least I can watch it anytime on the network

  9. Ben Clarke says:

    £2.50 off… Jokers. God I miss Silvervision.

    • CJ Styles says:

      really? I agree £2.50 isnt much with a high priced item but did Silvervision offer any pre-order discount on the Mania 20 special edition??

      Also wwedvd.co.uk isn’t actually run by Fremantle, if you look it’s a 3rd party seller…

  10. Lemo says:

    Wirst Wrestlemania Ever!

  11. WWENTech says:

    Only Worth buying the blu ray if you want the more sharper picture and obviously if your a collector other than that stick to the network as the extras on this release are very much disappointing, its wrestlemania for one time of the year with bit more effort they could have at least included 1 more disc (making the blu ray 3 discs) full of extras and build up with exclusive interviews aftermath, but they couldnt be bothered so im not going to be bothered, i was actually going to pick this up since its 5hrs for the 1st time in WM history but i’ll just keep the network live rip that is unedited unlike the blu ray which will be edited..

    • RabidHeat says:

      I think half the problem is the Hall of Fame overruns each year. If anything I wish they would edit that down … I thought the Freebirds speech would never end!

      • LP1 says:

        The Hall Of Fame actually ended on time this year. It was scheduled for 3 and 1/2 hours. Mania itself is what ran ridiculously long.

        @WWENTech, WrestleMania 20 also went 5 hours. Unlike Mania 32, which was only advertised to go 4 hours, Mania 20 was scheduled to go 5 hours. If you add in the pre-show this year, which began at 5pm ET(the first match actually began at 5:45pm ET) with the show ending at 11:52pm ET, that means the whole show from beginning to end went 6 hours and 52 minutes(6 hours and 7 minutes if you go first match to last match). I think WWE needs to go back to 4 hours for the PPV and 1 hour for the pre-show next year. Nearly 7 hours is just overkill.

        • David says:

          I recall that there was suppose to be a 1 hour post show once WM32 finished. Also there was article 1 week or 2 prior that WWE were advising international broadcasters of a possible overrun about 30 minutes over or so.

          I agree though nearly 7 hours is killer but its the biggest event of the year and WM16 had a PPV package called “ALL DAY LONG” which started at 12pm until 12am – basically 8 hours of recapping WM1 to 15, 3.5 main show and there even a 30 minute post game show as well. That was overkill but a new concept but i loved it.

          • LP1 says:

            The difference with Mania All Day Long and Mania 32 is that you didn’t have people sitting in seats for all 12 hours. For the people that got into AT&T Stadium early, they sat there for nearly 7 hours. It really is too long. UFC does this too at almost every event. They have a 4 hour+ ppv plus the 2 hour prelims on FS1 and then another hour before that on Fight Pass. There’s never any people in the arena during the Fight Pass matches because it’s crazy to sit there that long.

        • WWENTech says:

          Wrestlemania 20 was 4hrs and 33mins, Wrestlemania 32 was 4hrs 52mins so WM 32 is more close to 5hrs then WM 20 was even though its only 47mins less so techincally WM 32 is the first WM in history to be 5hrs even though it finished 8mins earlier but you get the idea…

          • LP1 says:

            No I don’t actually. Both still used a 5 hour window. Whether they used the full time or not is irrelevant.

  12. ChadWWE says:

    I would have much rather seen 32 on the spine rather than 2016, but at least they put something there. I also laugh at the rumored WWE comment that all the matches are part of the Wrestlemania show – not when they are listed as extras.
    Did the Cowboy cheerleaders make the release?

  13. David says:

    Wish there were more BD exclusives but I guess with WM being nearly 5 hours they tend to stick with their formula have having about 4.5 hours on 1 BD, plus the HOF and Kick off which adds another 3.5 hours or so.

    Would have loved if they included NXT Dallas, but likely would have added a 3rd BD and possibly 4th DVD.

  14. Mwoodz says:

    Damn i miss the days when they would have a lot of extra content on the mania dvds.

    • Justin F says:

      Rememeber Wrestlemania 22?

      • Justin says:

        WrestleMania 20 dvd had a ton of extras. I wish that WWE releases in general were like they used to be in 2002/2003 where you would get 30 minutes of extras compared to the now kickoff match & if were lucky post-ppv interview.

        • mwoods says:

          If they could load all that content with the mania xx and 22 which was on dvd. Imagine all the stuff they could put on a blu ray. I guess they just really dont care about the product that much.

          • LP1 says:

            Don’t forget Mania 20 didn’t include the Hall Of Fame with it. So of course it would have room for plenty of other extras.

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