Occasionally we reveal WWE PPV DVD covers before the events even have a chance to take place — this might be one of those times!
Here’s the artwork planned (right now) for the Extreme Rules 2016 DVD out next month and the UK exclusive Blu-ray in July. For now it looks legit but we’ll let you know soon if it sticks.
This Sunday’s Extreme Rules PPV will be headlined by Dean Ambrose (who features on the cover; a slightly modified version of the poster) vs. Chris Jericho in an “Asylum” Match, and AJ Styles vs. Roman Reigns in an “Extreme Rules” Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
GET EXTREME: Click here to pre-order the WWE Extreme Rules 2016 DVD for only $9.37!
(incorrectly listed as “Payback 2016” right now due to the PPV dates being swapped)
It’s the one night of the year when WWE throws the rulebook out the window and takes things to the extreme!
Witness WWE Superstars compete in matches where anything goes and anything can happen.
Get your copy of the WWE’s Extreme Rules 2016 DVD (or Blu-ray)…
– USA: June 21st. Pre-order your DVD copy now here on Amazon.com.
– Australia: July 6th. Pre-order Extreme Rules on DVD over at Madman.com.au.
– UK/Europe: July 18th. Pre-order Extreme Rules on DVD (or Blu-ray) here on Amazon.co.uk.
We noted that TNA were about to release a new DVD – “Best of The Asylum Years Vol. 2”.
Thanks to WDN reader Jacob H. (“JTwoH” on YouTube) we now have a first look at it!
The 2 disc set boasts rare footage from 2002-2004, packing in these 25 matches over 6 hours.
As you can see from these exclusive pics its artwork follows the same theme as Volume 1.
WrestleMania 32 is the next WWE DVD/Blu-ray to hit collections in the UK and Europe!
It will officially land in the UK on June 6th with more editions released than ever before – a DVD, a Blu-ray, a Steelbook Blu-ray, and a big box set known as the “Ultimate Collector’s Edition”.
In this clip, relive the moment Shawn Michaels, Mick Foley and Stone Cold Steve Austin returned:
Ahead of the release, we’ve got our hands on a copy of the UK Blu-ray. First look below!
The only differences spotted between the US and the UK Blu-ray as relates to the packaging are there being no outer slipcover present on this version and no paper insert included inside.
Get your copy of the WWE WrestleMania 32 DVD or Blu-ray…
– USA: Now! Mania is out now on DVD/Blu-ray at Amazon.com and WWEShop.com.
– Australia: Now! Mania is out now on DVD/Blu-ray at Madman.com.au.
– UK/Europe: June 6th. Get the DVD, Blu-ray or Collector’s box set here on Amazon.co.uk.
I like how they advertise CM Punk on the cover as if he was a big star for TNA. He wasn’t. He was there for maybe a year as one of Raven’s flunkys. A complete afterthought.
I saw this review video on YouTube earlier today too. I’d like to ask the reader that posted it if the pre-HD Asylum match footage footage has side bars, or is they have stretched it out to fill full screen like they did with Volume 1?
I don’t have volume 2, but I have the new AJ Styles 4 disc set, that TNA put out not too long ago. On that set, the older footage has sidebars.
Thanks for that, I was curious about the AJ set also. Not many people seem to fully review the TNA DVDs anymore. Does the AJ set have the blue sidebars with some kind of pattern that is shown on the old footage in the trailer for it? They look quite distracting.
I believe it is just black sidebars.
Apparently, the Wrestlemania XXXII Blu-Ray Steelbook is exclusive at HMV in Canada. I received a message in French on my Facebook today about that.
Will Ayslum Volume 2 be available on Amazon and when is the date it will be released?
Out now at ShopTNA. 🙂
Thank you, I appreciate it
So this extreme rules 2016 DVD cover isn’t confirmed just yet? You’ll let us know?
Correctamundo, we shall see.
I don’t know much about TNA, what do they mean by “Asylum Years”?
“Asylum” was what the Impact Zone is today. TNA had weekly “low-budget” 2 hours ppv’s from 2002-2004, before they went traditional with monthly 3 hours events.
Those 2 hours shows happend in the “Asylum”.
If you want to learn more about TNA history, I recommend those Asylum sets..but mostly the awesome Jeff Jarrett mega set “King of the Mountain” – 4 discs that tells the history, not just about Jeff but TNA and wrestling..of course seen from Jeff’s pow, but still very interesting and got me into TNA. 🙂
Tna defined itself with those early asylum years they started off with the left overs from the eve eve buy out and it was kind of a continuation of the Wwa promotion to start with but they defiantly came into their own with the six sided ring and ultimate x! That’s what really impressed me and made me follow tna. It’s really sad to see how it has been damaged after Jarrett was forced out…
six side and X-divison absolutely defined TNA and to some extend brought in a revolution to pro-wrestling..
What the Carter ownership has done to the brand is unfortunate, that goes in particulare with the Bischoff / Hogan years.. so many money wasted on close to nothing. I liked the Aces and Eights story line, but after that, past 2012, everything got boring..and not just in TNA.
The Carters have owned since 2002. Pretty much from the beginning. The Jarretts started TNA in June 2002 and by September 2002 they were already on the verge of going out of business. The Carters bought the majority ownership from Jerry Jarrett in September 2002 and have been the owners ever since. In my opinion TNA’s best years were 2005-2006. Once they brought Russo back in late 2006, it was the beginning of the end. A slow downhill slide. The sad thing is TNA never really had a major growth period. They fell off a cliff, finance-wise, right from the launch. And then the Carters managed to keep the company steady for a few years and then eventually it took a nosedive. If WWE ever gets their hands on the TNA library they should make a documentary called “The Fall, Plateau And Fall Of TNA.”