All of WWE’s pay-per-view events once again feature the Superstars of both RAW and SmackDown, marking the end of the “Double Feature” packs and the start of individual, dual-branded WWE PPV DVDs on this year’s Home Video schedule, beginning with: BACKLASH 2018.
Previously pencilled in as a 2-disc set, the Backlash DVD now appears to be a single-disc release squeezing in the full show which ran just short of 3 hours and 30 minutes on the WWE Network this past Sunday. Matches on the evening included the likes of Daniel Bryan vs. Big Cass, The Miz vs. Seth Rollins, Randy Orton vs. Jeff Hardy, Alexa Bliss vs. Nia Jax, Roman Reigns vs. Samoa Joe, and Shinsuke Nakamura vs. AJ Styles.
And speaking of AJ, a trading card of “The Phenomenal One” is expected to be packaged in this one.
WrestlingDVDNetwork.com has this week received the official USA and UK box art for the BACKLASH 2018 DVD which you can check out here, along with release dates where you are.
Click here to pre-order the WWE BACKLASH 2018 DVD with Amazon.com
Add the new WWE BACKLASH 2018 DVD to your collection on…
– United States: June 12th. Pre-order the WWE BACKLASH DVD right now Amazon.com.
– UK/Europe: July 2nd. Pre-order the WWE BACKLASH DVD soon via Amazon.co.uk.
– Australia: July 18th. Pre-order the WWE BACKLASH DVD right now at Madman.com.au.
The wait is nearly over — WrestleMania 34 is the next WWE DVD (and Blu-ray) release on the way and it hits stores across the United States this coming Tuesday!
Lock in your pre-order in time for then; $17.99 for the DVD or $22.99 for the Blu-ray.
Below we have a look at the full sleeve artwork you’ll be seeing next week for the WrestleMania 34 DVD and the same for the Blu-ray edition too.
Welcome to WrestleMania.
History is made when Ronda Rousey steps inside a WWE ring for the first time ever to team with Kurt Angle and take on Stephanie McMahon and Triple H in a Mixed Tag Team Match!
AJ Styles defends the WWE Championship against Shinsuke Nakamura. The undefeated Asuka looks to extend her winning record when she faces Charlotte Flair for the SmackDown Women’s Championship. Roman Reigns hopes to claim immortality and the Universal Championship in the main event of WrestleMania when he tangles with “The Beast Incarnate” Brock Lesnar.
And will Undertaker show up to accept the challenge of John Cena? On this night, Superstars become legends, and legends become immortal.
Head over to WWEShop.com where for a limited time the following two WWE DVDs can be purchased for a crazy-low $2.09 each! Just add either title to your shopping cart for the discount.
- Double Feature: No Mercy & Hell in a Cell 2017
- TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs 2017
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$7.00 – WWF Divas: Tropical Pleasure DVD
$7.00 – WWF Best of RAW Vol. 1 & 2 DVD
$9.99 – WWF Vengeance 2001 DVD (Free Shipping)
$27.31 – WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD
That WrestleMania cover looks like something on one of those fan art sites
Off topic but Amazon Canada has the new SHIELD dvd up for pre order if anyone is interested.
Thanks for the info, they also have the Women’s DVD and Backlash 2018 as well. All are releasing almost 2-3 weeks after the US though which i find odd since under Entertainment 1 the documentary/compilations use to be released on the same day as the US and the PPVs were about 1 week after the US release. Since Warner is distributing for US and Canada not sure why the delay unless its to do with the bilingual packaging.
Looks like Warner Bros in Canada are just going forward with WM34 on wards because still no sign of the Elimination Chamber + Fastlane 2018 double pack, RAW 25 and Best of Hardy Boyz. Canadians likely would have to import those three.
Yeah. I imported the Hardys. The best thing is there is only a $0.26 price difference between the dvd and bluray version of Wrestlemania 34 on Amazon Canada.
When I scrolled down on this post, and saw the disc for the divas DVD, for a second I thought it was an adult DVD, lol.
Damn Lashley, could Walking Armageddon look any more airbrushed?
WWE should in the near future release both WWE BACKLASH 2016 and WWE NO MERCY 2016 in a special double feature set. And should potentially offer The Greatest Royal Rumble 2018 on dvd in the U.S. I am not a complainer but how come WWE wont do that The Greatest Royal Rumble 2018 was a great card and awesome show. It is a ppv event. So why was it only released in the UK? And if it was released how could I buy a copy after I get a region free dvd player ofcourse.?
It is VERY debateable re: GRR being an “awesome” show (really?), but I agree it’s a shame it’s only being released here in the UK.
Different distributors for WWE dvds in different countries. Freemantle must think they will sell GRR in the UK and Warner Brothers doesn’t in US/Canada.
Ironically this a great cover, but I have to say that I feel anybody who feels the need to own the Backlash 2018 pay-per-view on DVD may need a cognitive assessment. Dreadful PPV.
It also says a lot that they’ve decided not to shell out the production costs on it for 2 discs.
If it fits on one disc why would they bother with two?
Nice cover on ‘BACKLASH’. I can’t wait 4 the d.v.d cover of ‘MONEY IN THE BANK’ even though it won’t be out til july. But i’m sure the event will be great on june 17th.
I can’t wait for Money In The Bank either. One of my favorite PPVs.
I don’t see why they still couldn’t have made it a 2-disc set, like maybe disc 2 could’ve been the 2016 event. I know, really no point in asking for WWE to release ppvs that never made it to DVD but it feels weird that they never did.
Someone brought this up the other day, but it’s really odd that WWE doesn’t carry all of their current DVDs. I see the Raw 25 is not there and neither is Royal Rumble 2018.
Like the Backlash cover. It was a pretty skip able event. Guess when you cram three events into 4 weeks it is going to set in some fatigue in the audience.
That’s exactly what happened. They spent so much time hyping and building up to the Greatest Royal Rumble PPV that it’s like they forgot they had another PPV a week later and Backlash ended up becoming an afterthought show.
It also didn’t help two of the events were 5 hours long.