REVEALED: Official Cover Artwork & Full Content Listing for WWE WRESTLEMANIA 33 DVD & Blu-Ray

April 12, 2017 by Daniel Bee

WWE WrestleMania 33 DVD & Blu-ray - Cover Artwork Revealed! can now reveal the official cover artwork and confirm the FULL content WWE has planned for WrestleMania 33 on DVD and Blu-ray!

The “Granddaddy” of the 2017 WWE Home Video schedule is incoming for release early next month to fans in the United States, following early June to fans in the UK. It will be formatted as a 3-disc DVD set and 2-disc Blu-ray set that will be packed with 9 hours of content.

WrestleMania 33 will also be produced as a Steelbook Blu-ray featuring unique artwork. Previously confirmed for the UK, we can now report that it’s a “lock” for a Best Buy exclusive in the U.S.

Due to the sheer length of both ‘Mania and the Hall of Fame ceremony included as an extra here, it appears that the matches from the Kickoff Show have not made the Home Video chapter listing. However, the Blu-ray edition will include some additional content as detailed below.

WWE WrestleMania 33 DVD - Official Cover Artwork



Tinashe Performs “America the Beautiful”

The New Day Welcomes us to the “Ultimate Thrill Ride”!

Shane McMahon vs. AJ Styles

United States Championship Match
Chris Jericho vs. Kevin Owens

Fatal 4-Way Elimination Match for the RAW Women’s Championship
Bayley vs. Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Nia Jax

Introducing the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2017

Ladder Match for the RAW Tag Team Championship
Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson vs. Enzo Amore & Big Cass vs. Cesaro & Sheamus vs. The Hardy Boyz

John Cena & Nikki Bella vs. The Miz & Maryse

Non-Sanctioned Match
Seth Rollins vs. Triple H



Musical Performance featuring Pitbull, LunchMoney Lewis, Stephen Marley, & Flo Rida

WWE Championship Match
Bray Wyatt vs. Randy Orton

Universal Championship Match
Goldberg vs. Brock Lesnar

6-Pack Challenge Match for the SmackDown Women’s Championship
Alexa Bliss vs. Naomi vs. Becky Lynch vs. Mickie James vs. Natalya vs. Carmella

The WWE Breaks the Citrus Bowl Attendance Record!

No Holds Barred Match
Roman Reigns vs. The Undertaker

Hall of Fame 2017
Meet the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2017
– Diamond Dallas Page



Hall of Fame 2017
– Rock ‘N’ Roll Express
– “Ravishing” Rick Rude
– Beth Phoenix
– Eric LeGrand
– Teddy Long
– The 2017 WWE Legacy Hall of Fame
– Kurt Angle



The Miz & Maryse Mock “Total Bellas”
SmackDown Live • March 28, 2017

WWE WrestleMania 33 Blu-ray - Official Cover Artwork

Release Dates for the WRESTLEMANIA 33 DVD, Blu-ray & Steelbook…

United States: May 9th. Pre-order WrestleMania 33 on DVD soon here on

Australia: May 24th. Pre-order WrestleMania 33 on DVD over at

UK/Europe: June 5th. Lock in your pre-order for the WM33 DVD here on

Heads up, the new “Finn Bálor – Iconic Matches” DVD will hit the UK this Monday!

Early word is that this one is probably going to surface in the United States too in some sort of Finn Bálor figure pack produced by Mattel with the bonus DVD inside – so be on the look out.

The single-disc offering features a handful of Bálor’s NXT matches referred to on the packaging as “unforgettable” bouts against Neville, Tyler Breeze and Kevin Owens, which we can confirm to be:

– Finn Bálor vs. Adrian Neville (NXT TakeOver: Rival, 2/11/15)
– Finn Bálor vs. Tyler Breeze (NXT TakeOver: Unstoppable, 5/20/15)
– Finn Bálor vs. Kevin Owens (Beast in the East, 7/4/15)

WWE 'Finn Bálor: Iconic Matches' DVD - Main Menu

Speaking of the Hall of Fame earlier, Kayfabe Commentaries invite you to check out their recent shoot interviews with 2017 inductees DDP, Teddy Long and the Rock ‘N’ Roll Express.

– “YouShoot: DDP”
– “YouShoot: Teddy Long”
– “Timeline: The History of WCW – 1986”

They’re all available now as physical DVDs or to stream instantly at

Kayfabe Commentaries - 2017 WWE Hall of Fame Inductees


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$6.00RAW 20th Anniversary Collection Box Set
$8.50WrestleMania Monday DVD (Sealed)

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  1. Patrick J McNamara says:

    I believe that they will release the Kickoff matches. I mean seriously it is part of the show. Those are obvious Disc one extras. Ofcourse they aren’t in “the chapters”. Every WRESTLEMANIA XX has had those type of matches as extras. I mean come on they are valuable matches and storylines. Be realistic people. I mean WWE INTERCONTINENTAL CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH; DEAN AMBROSE.VS.BARON CORBIN,THE 2017 ANDRE THE GIANT MEMORIAL BATTLE ROYAL, WWE CRUISERWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH; NEVILLE.VS.AUSTIN ARIES. Just common sense guys come on now.

    • brandon vendetta says:

      Uh it says on the post above they will not be in the chapter listing because of the length of the show and the hall of fame ceremony so to me and everybody else who has posted comments on here common sense says they will not be included on the DVD.unless were all missing something here they will not be included on the home video release,hence all the comments below of everybody being pissed off.

  2. IHeart2000s says:

    Too many repeats on this set. Pass!

  3. Nick says:

    Personally feel the preshow is out of control. Too much time being wasted with rambling & recaps. Needs to go back to the 30 minute format like the Free For All years ago. Have one 5-8 minute match as a crowd warmer, no titles, no main storylines, just a blow off match before the main card. If they did things right, they can actually use such matches as a storyline instigator for low & mid card guys. There is absolutely NO LOGICAL REASON to have main talent performing on something they are categorizing as a “Preshow.” With that being said, it does suck that 3 big matches won’t be included.

    • RabidHeat says:

      I couldn’t agree with this more. They’re making an event out of the pre-show and it just defeats the object. The whole point of having one pre-show or dark match used just to check everything was working okay (lighting, feed etc.) before the main show went to air and plug the show for 30 minutes. There’s no need to have a 3 or 4-match pre-show.

  4. Justin F says:

    They really should make the Hall of Fame ceremony to be a WWE network exclusive. That way, you can load up on the extras on discs 2 and 3.

  5. Thomas Hanna says:

    Fantastic official artwork for the steel book Blu Ray & 3 DVD set of WWE WrestleMania 33 live from the Citrus Bowl Stadium in Orlando Florida

  6. RabidHeat says:

    This really is a deal-breaker on buying this set for me. I don’t think I’m alone in categorising the pre-show matches as being part of the card. Therefore, they are releasing an incomplete event. As somebody has rightly said, why those overlong video packages can’t be cut down, or even some of the HoF speeches be tightened up, I don’t know. I think you’d be hard-pressed to find anybody who would moan all that much about some of those waffling speeches being cut down, but many people are going to be aggrieved that the pre-show matches are not on here.

    I’m sorry, but leaving the likes of Ambrose, Neville, Aries and many of the Battle Royal competitors off the release is a real slap in the face, to the talent as well as the buyer.

    Besides, don’t Corbin and Ambrose need to come off the cover if their match isn’t being included?

  7. Anan says:

    Should’ve cut out music performances & included preshow & Taker related content considering his so far not officially announced “retirement” has been so talked about since WM33 ended.

    • LP1 says:

      The Pitbull and Flo Rida segment went about 6 minutes. Cutting that out wouldn’t have made a difference. Neville vs Aries went about 16 minutes, the Battle Royal went about 14 and Ambrose vs Corbin went about 11 minutes. Adding in entrances and post match celebrations for those matches and we’re looking at roughly 50 minutes of added material that would be needed to fit on a disc. A 3rd disc filled with the 3 pre-show matches, NXT TakeOver and any other extras would’ve been the right move to make. They’ve done 3 disc blu-ray sets in the past, so it’s not like we’re asking for much.

      • RabidHeat says:

        But it’s still 6 minutes you can get rid of, so you may aswell since nobody is buying the WrestleMania DVD with any burning desire to see Pitbull. It’s like when they cut Kid Rock on the WM25 DVD – did anybody really care? Along with the video packages and HoF speeches being cut down, they could easily then get the pre-show matches on.

        • LP1 says:

          Agree completely about the video packages. Going one step further, the simple solution is ti just stop with the 5 hour+ PPVs. There’s no need for them. 4 is the perfect length for Mania. When a show goess off the air after midnight, and on a work night, that’s not good.

  8. WWE PPV Collectors says:

    What!!! This year wrestlemania dvd set have the preshow matches and extras removed!!! OMG!!!

  9. SCSA says:

    I heard the Lesnar Vs Goldberg match was less than 5mins, right? Why buy a blu-ray I wanted for their match being so short?!

    • LP1 says:

      It was one if the better matches on the show. Booked perfectly. Anyone that was expecting a 15-20 minute match wasn’t being realistic.

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

    Makes me laugh when Vince on one note pushes the talent to do anything to reach for the golden brass ring, like he said on the Austin podcast…and then bury the best talented entertaining segment of yet another BoringMania, not only by putting that segment on the pre-show, but completely ignore it on the supposely biggest bluray/dvd set of the year.

    The Greatest Man that ever Lived vs The Man that Gravity forgot about is not important to put on this set.

    but the terrible segment that Cena’s staged Total Divas material proposal was after a horrible mixed tag match, is?!?

    And please..a Bluray disc can contain up to 6 hours with no problems regarding quality of picture and sound. Keep the Total Divas product on the 9.99’er.

    • brandon vendetta says:

      The obvious problem is that the show itself is just to dam long. Excluding the preshow wrestlemania was over 5 hours long. First off not every match needs a recap of footage showing what events took place to lead up to the match.I can understand having it for the main event matches but its not necessary to have it before every single match, its overkill and takes up to much time,period. Cut all that out plus the god awful musical performance and then u got room for the preshow matches.I miss the days when wrestlemania was a little over 3 hours long and that’s with about 12 matches on average per card.they didn’t have a recap of the events leading up to the match before every match then and all the other extra nonsence they have now and in my opinion it should still be like a days its just to much time wasted and that’s why there is no room for the preshow matches. I think the preshow matches were pretty good this year as opposed to last years but last year they were on the DVD and this year no.I think that really sucks. Bottom line they need to get rid of all the UN needed garbage and then there would be more than enough room to include the preshow.unfortunately I think this will all continue to happen in the future.

      • whutwhut says:

        I think one of the problems is that they start to think of all the bigger matches as “main events”.

        this is one of these things regarding which CM Punk was right with his rants. while I disagree that the “main event” always comes on last (the prime example being WrestleMania X8, of which the “main event” was clearly Rock vs. Hogan), there is no such thing as several main events.

        • brandon vendetta says:

          There were 3 “main event” matches on the show the wwe title match,the universal title match and the undertaker vs Roman reigns match.wwe promotes numerous matches as main event calliber matches. Whether it’s the last match on the card or not the title matches are also considered to be “main event,” matches .

  11. M.woods says:

    I miss the good old days when WrestleMania was loaded with extras. And that was a DVD.

  12. LP1 says:

    Would it really break their bank to make it a 3 disc blu-ray and include all 13 Mania matches? The PPV blu-rays, especially Mania, are the only ones that I still collect. And WrestleMania is their best selling release of the year. Sucks to cheap out on it the way they did.

  13. Joe says:

    What about the pre show matches

  14. Ryan says:

    The cover doesn’t make sense as some of the “superstars” featured aren’t even on the event! Yet the ladder match “superstars” aren’t even featured on the cover

  15. Eric says:

    They could have a 3rd disc for the Blu Ray and have the kick off show matches and more extras like Takeover Orlando.

  16. Richard says:

    Wow, so all that BS that Vince likes to feed the talent on the pre-show about the whole DAY being ‘Wrestlemania’ and how they shouldn’t feel slighted being on the pre-show, is just that. BS.

    Since 3 major matches were ON the pre-show and hence DELETED from this bluray/DVD release.

    There’s enough space to include Miz & Maryse “Totall Bellas” segments, but not actual…you know…MATCHES??

    • David says:

      Its all on the Network. You want to watch the pre-show matches, watch it on the Network. DVD/Blu-ray releases have always been lackluster the last 3-4 years because the focus is on the Network. The general population of fans don’t buy WWE DVDs and Blu-rays anymore….if they did, stores would be filled with them and WWEShop would have more than 5 releases. Thats not the case anymore, stores don’t carry as much because they don’t sell well enough for WWE putting focus on them.

      WWE is better using their resources elsewhere spending on a dying format.

      Just be glad WWE didn’t take the UFC route and completely stop producing DVDs altogether, which probably they will do soon, which is why there is no concrete schedule this year.

      • Richard says:

        I’m aware of all that – BUT I’m looking at it from the perspective of the TALENT, not the fan.

        They tell you that working the pre-show is the same as the MAIN show, and then they won’t even include your match in the general dvd/bluray release??

        Talent STILL gets a cut from DVD sales if I’m not mistaken, so imagine you’re Dean Ambrose or Baron Corbin or Neville or Austin Aries. They don’t get nearly the same $$ from the Network as they do a dvd, so with this particular release, they get ZERO.

        But yet Vince wants to keep telling talent how important the pre-show is?? Please.

      • Daniel Bee says:

        I have to call you on that last assumption, David. There is most definitely a full year Home Video schedule they’re working off for 2017. On the occasions we revealed such a list in advance that didn’t particularly mean it was “concrete” as plans did change in some cases.

        Let’s not wave off the DVDs before time.

      • RabidHeat says:

        You could literally ALWAYS say “watch it on the network” though. But this is a post about DVD content, so it’s valid for people to express displeasure with the matches being left off the DVD. I mean really, you could say “Wrestlemania is on the network – why even release a DVD?” Because we’re DVD collectors. Save your Network love for the Network sections of the site.

        • RabidHeat says:

          Besides, not all of us want to pay £9.99 every month for the Network for the rest of our days. We don’t all have a burning desire to see every monthly PPV or episodes of Holy Foley. But we would appreciate complete content on the WrestleMania DVD!

    • Vincenzzzzzo says:

      What is it with people not thinking the pre shows are important. Are you kidding me? Do you understand how important it is to be featured on a pre show in the first place? The pre shows are not only seen by THOUSANDS more people because they’re giving it away free, but the importance of being placed on the pre show is that the talent are tasked with reeling in more people to order the network or PPV. Why people think being on the pre show is a slight is mind boggling and those people do not understand business.

      Everyone on the roster works hard and should be featured on WrestleMania. But do you actually think all talent will fit their matches on the main show? Every match would be 4 to 5 minutes long. Then people would complain about that too.

      Sucks that the pre show matches aren’t on the DVD. But it is what it is. What it on the network then. Simple.

      • Richard says:

        You’re missing my point friend. It’s not whether or not it’s on the Network. It’s the fact that Vince and WWE wants to convey to talent that the pre-show IS important and IS a part of Wrestlemania.

        Yet when they issue the Wrestlemania DVD to the general public, to the casual fans who (for example) want to OWN Undertaker’s last match – those pre-show matches are NOWHERE to be seen.

        Apparently not important enough to include on this release, or to possibly add an extra bit of revenue to the WM checks for Neville, Aries, Ambrose, Corbin and the Andre participants.

        They tell the talent one thing (pre-show IS important) and then turn around and show the opposite.

  17. foley is good says:

    To be honest I would sooner have the pre show matches and the NXT Takeover event than the HOF ceremony. Just my opinion.

    • Mark Markson says:

      Agree. I wouldn’t mind if they released the HOF ceremony on it’s own, and the included matches with the inductees. Like they did back in 2004, when they released the HOF ceremony on DVD.

      • Vintage Simon says:

        Agreed. I would rather the HOF be released separately as a one-disc set, freeing up space for lots of fun WM related extras on the WM DVD (as they did up until 2007). I’d still buy both.

      • Foley Is Good says:

        I guess the easiest solution is just to add one more disc to both sets. Add the preshow matches and NXT Takeover.Show what happened all WrestleMania weekend.

      • whutwhut says:

        I assume the sales for that must have been very disappointing.

  18. Timothy says:

    I was wondering how they would fit things. It’s a shame the pre show matches got the axe. But if you can’t fit them on, you can’t fit them on.

  19. Tommy D says:

    That sucks that it doesn’t include the preshow matches. Love when the shows are complete.

    • RCS1988 says:

      Maybe the pre-show matches are hidden Easter eggs.

      • brandon vendetta says:

        Don’t think they will be hidden easter would have been announced by now I think.hope I’m wrong but in this case I don’t think so.unfortunately none of this surprises me anymore.that’s wwe for ya.

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