Let’s get a look at the cover artwork for WWE’s first 3-disc DVD collection planned for next year!
Following the usual pattern WWE DVDs in 2019 will kick off with a retrospective of stand-out matches witnessed this year with “Best Pay-Per-View Matches 2018”.
These PPV-themed Home Video features typically pack in around 15 to 20 full-length matches and the cover artwork of the next edition reveals what one of those matches will be: Ronda Rousey and Kurt Angle vs. Stephanie McMahon and Triple H from WrestleMania 34!
What’s left of the front cover, and the official synopsis, give us some hints at several other matches slated for inclusion – the Triple Threat Intercontinental title match between The Miz, Seth Rollins and Finn Bálor (also from WrestleMania), Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman’s match inside Hell in a Cell, the women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match, Roman Reigns vs. Bobby Lashley from Extreme Rules, and one match Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair had during their feud from either Hell in a Cell, Super Show-Down or the all-women’s Evolution PPV.
The new “Best Pay-Per-View Matches 2018” DVD has been scheduled for release to fans in the UK on January 14th and pre-orders are about to go live here on Amazon.co.uk. A release date for the United States has not yet been set but is expected to fall in the same week as the UK if not before, while as we’ve mentioned previously Canada gets it on January 22nd.
2018 broke new ground for WWE. Dream matches were realized. Rivalries culminated. Superstars from RAW and SmackDown set the standard for exciting in-ring action.
Now relive the incredible matches of the year with WWE’s Best Pay-Per-View Matches of 2018! Witness Ronda Rousey’s first-ever WWE match, the colossal showdown between Charlotte Flair and Becky Lynch, the barbaric Hell in a Cell Match between Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman, plus more!
Are you up to date with your WWE DVD purchases this month?
November has already seen the release of the 3-disc set “AJ Styles – Most Phenomenal Matches”:
Followed up with the Greatest Royal Rumble PPV DVD this week:
And in less than 2 weeks from today, Super Show-Down too!
Check out our exclusive photos of an early Super Show-Down DVD pickup if you haven’t already.
Get your hands on the (2-DISC) WWE SUPER SHOW-DOWN DVD…
– UK/Europe: November 26th. Pre-order your Super Show-Down 2018 DVD on Amazon.co.uk.
– United States: November 27th. Get your Super Show-Down 2018 DVD here on Amazon.com.
– Australia: November 28th. Get your Biggest WWE Event Ever on DVD via Madman.com.au.
Wow. The comments are working again. Good stuff.
I do wonder whether WDN did it on purpose to give us all a break form each other and stop bickering, lol. I must admit, I do feel better in myself for not getting into arguments over DVDs lately.
Give it time. I say the over-under is less than 2 weeks before people start losing it again. lol
Haha, well I can only speak for myself but I’m gonna start my New Year’s Resolution early and try to stop being the douche that I could feel myself becoming.
Only love, RH
Clearly, Rollins/Ambrowse vs. Ziggler/McIntyre from Hell in a Cell was too good to be considered worthy of Best of 2018 material.
I’m a bit disappointed that so much time ia gonna be taken up with the men’s Rumble match as per the full listing on WWEDVD.co.uk. I think most of us purchase the Rumble DVD anyway so will already have it and it’s a long match. Still, I understand that they can’t really put Brock/Strowman/Kane on any set with the word “Best” in the title. But I feel that’s WWE’S fault so it’s a shame the paying customer suffers for it.
I’m also a bit disappointed that the best stuff from GRR and SSD isn’t included, as it means I’ll probably end up having to buy the DVDs of those two glorified House Shows now, but I’m sure they’ve done that on purpose. Crown Jewel on the other hand can take a running jump. There’s no way I’m buying that dog’s breakfast of a PPV on DVD!
Crown Jewel was so flat, that even KOTR 1995 looks like a masterpiece! The best and only match worthy even being mentioned, would be AJ vs Joe…but even that felt completely flat compared to their previous 3 great matches, espeically since it in Saudi was a normal match, which felt very odd to watch, since their previous match was a NO DQ with some sort of closure to the story for that moment at least.
wwedvd.co.uk actually already have listed the complete content of Best of PPV matches on their site.. for the first time in this series a complete Royal Rumble match will be featured and – up to this date, for me at least – the best PPV match for sure, in The Last Woman standing match.
WOOOOOO… The Cesaro section.. wooops.. I mean, the Comment section is up and working again!? 😉