REVEALED: Official Cover Artwork & Full Content Listing for WWE SummerSlam 2017 DVD

August 23, 2017 by Mark D

WWE SummerSlam 2017 DVD - Cover Artwork Revealed! can now reveal the official cover artwork and confirm the FULL content WWE has planned for the 2-disc WWE SUMMERSLAM 2017 DVD!

The biggest party of the summer hits stores in the United States on September 19th and will be made available to the United Kingdom on October 9th (PRE-ORDER NOW).

Spread across the two discs, SummerSlam 2017 will include every match from the card, including the Kickoff matches!




John Cena vs. Baron Corbin

SmackDown Women’s Championship Match
Naomi vs. Natalya

Big Show vs. Big Cass
Enzo Amore Suspended Above the Ring in a Shark Cage

Clash of the GMs

Randy Orton vs. Rusev

Raw Women’s Championship Match
Alexa Bliss vs. Sasha Banks

Extras – SummerSlam Kickoff Matches:

Jason Jordan & The Hardy Boyz vs. The Miz & The Miztourage

WWE Cruiserweight Championship Match
Akira Tozawa vs. Neville

SmackDown Tag Team Championship Match
The New Day vs. The Usos




Finn Balor vs. Bray Wyatt

Raw Tag Team Championship Match
Cesaro & Sheamus vs. Seth Rollins & Dean Ambrose

United States Championship Match
AJ Styles vs. Kevin Owens
Special Guest Referee: Shane McMahon

WWE Championship Match
Jinder Mahal vs. Shinsuke Nakamura

Universal Championship Fatal 4-Way Match
Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns vs. Braun Strowman vs. Samoa Joe


And remember, a UK exclusive Blu-ray version is also on the way with the same content. It won’t feature any additional special features and instead will be a single disc release on Blu-ray.

Release Dates for the SUMMERSLAM 2017 DVD/Blu-ray where you are…

United States: September 19th. Pre-order the SummerSlam DVD soon here on

UK/Europe: October 9th. Get your copy of the DVD (or exclusive Blu-ray) on

Australia: October 25th. Pre-order SummerSlam 2017 on DVD now via

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  1. Bill says:

    That’s some spiffy artwork

  2. andemoine winrow says:

    oh, i forgot. nice front and back cover. the w.w.e didn’t waste any time.

  3. andemoine winrow says:

    wow. no kick-off matches 4 the blu-ray u.k release. may as well purchase the d.v.d. the heck with the high definition.

    • Daniel Bee says:

      Mark can clarify but I believe that line above means the Blu-ray won’t have ADDITIONAL extras (on top of what the DVD has) so will have the Kickoff Show matches.

      And we’d certainly encourage buying the Blu-ray to show support for the format to ensure those releases stay coming.

      • Mark D says:

        Yes, thats exactly what I meant. That’s why I said additional.

      • Thomas Hanna says:

        @Daniel Bee, Will they be using the white WWE Home Video logo on the front of the bottom left hand side of SummerSlam DVD, also at the top of the spine on the DVD case or not in the UK by Fremantle

  4. LP1 says:

    Really cool that they used the PPV poster as the cover, with the exception of Sasha replacing Bayley.

  5. Chris says:

    at least we get the kickoff matches i suppose. if a longer PPV mean less extras I would rather they just be kept under 3 hours. I was looking back at some of my older DVDs the other day and was just shocked at how few extras we got nowadays. Here is the actual extras list for survivor series 2002.
    -5 post match interviews (rico, victoria, eddie and chavo guerrero, booker t and rob van dam)
    -goldust and the hurricane vs lance storm and william regal
    -making the elimination chamber
    -looking back at the elimination chamber match
    -eric bischoff at MSG
    -saliva “always” music video
    -poster gallery
    I’m not sure about everybody else but PERSONALLY i would rather WWE keep their little trading cards and just put a few more extras on these newer DVDs

    • whut2 says:

      or remember when the WWE started putting out blurays and put a lot of complete Raw and Smackdown matches and segments on it?

    • RabidHeat says:

      The catch with including all of those extras on the earlier DVDs in 2002 was that the overall picture quality suffered due to everything compressed on the disc. However, that doesn’t really bother me; I would still take lower quality to get more content. I grew up in the VHS age – quality ain’t no biggie to me.