The fine folks at WWE Home Video UK unveiled the official cover artwork for “Best Main Events of the Decade: 2010-2020” this past Friday!
For those who may not have heard yet, this new title came about after somewhat of a turnaround by WWE on their plans to strictly release only the new WWE Pay-Per-Views onto DVD month to month going forward, so “Best Main Events of the Decade” will be the first WWE DVD feature of 2020 outside of the regular PPVs.
EXCLUSIVE: Brand New 2020 WWE DVD (Non-PPV!) Scheduled Worldwide…
At WrestlingDVDNetwork.com we’ve been working on getting a look at the box artwork for the U.S. version and we can now present that to you, including an exclusive look at the back cover and full sleeve artwork. This update also offers some nice reassurance that “Best Main Events of the Decade” is definitely going ahead worldwide!
The 2-disc DVD set is on the schedule for August 2020 and will pack in more than 6 hours of footage; a compilation of the greatest matches witnessed by WWE fans between the years 2010 and 2020.
Full Match Listing for WWE “Best Main Events of the Decade: 2010-2020” DVD
Get ready for the main event!
Witness WWE’s greatest marquee matchups from 2010-2020 with The Best Main Events of the Decade. From the first-ever women’s main event at WrestleMania 35, featuring Ronda Rousey vs. Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair, to the unforgettable Streak vs. Career Match that pitted Undertaker against Shawn Michaels, to the battle of Redemption vs. Greatness between The Rock and John Cena, these classics will forever be remembered in the minds of the WWE Universe.
Now, relive all the greatest matches from the last decade featuring Brock Lesnar, Drew McIntyre, Daniel Bryan, AJ Styles, Roman Reigns, Sasha Banks, and much more in this once-in-a-decade collection.
Now let’s put all of those new cover shots together to see the full sleeve artwork (click the image to see it in full size):
Grab a copy of WWE’s “BEST MAIN EVENTS OF THE DECADE” DVD…
– UK/Europe: August 10th. Pre-order your “Best Main Events” DVD now on Amazon.co.uk.
– United States: August 11th. A product listing for the DVD is expected soon on Amazon.com.
– Australia: TBA. Look out for a pre-order announcement soon over at Madman.com.au.
The next WWE DVD cover reveal on the way will be for last night’s Backlash Pay-Per-View! To get notified when it’s ready, and for more updates on WWE DVDs for 2020, join our free email list:
Backlash 2020 featured “The Greatest Wrestling Match Ever”, Edge vs. Randy Orton, and the event will arrive on WWE Home Video on July 14th in North America, following on July 27th in UK/Europe, and on August 19th in Australia.
while I would prefer other, more interesting concepts over this, I feel the artwork is good.
I am pleased with WWE DVD releases. I,as a matter of few months ago, got the WWE Network. Good collections of Superstars,from all generations,(unfortunately these probably won’t be released on DVD),old ppvs that are hard to find for collectors. Every Raw, Smackdown,ECW,WCW Monday Nitro,WCW Thunder,WcW ppvs,NXT,NXT UK, Main Event, Superstars,etc… it’s good to check out. I highly recommend it. Still collect the new events on DVD as long as they continue to release The ppvs on DVD I’m fine with that. I’m also fine with WWE not releasing the Crown Jewel events as well as the 2 events from 2016, actually 3 if you count the Roadblock one before WRESTLEMANIA 32.
Can’t wait to see the match listing for this collection!!!
I think the Greatest match ever thing is the best piece of marketing wwe have done for ages. The very fact its bullshit is the genius of it. Im sure Kevin Omega and Chris Jericho bucks eg wishing they had come up with it. Really hope the DVD cover is just ORTON and EDGE and not one of those group covers.
I think all there was to it is that they thought nobody would buy Backlash without a huge tag-line and promise to it. WrestleMania and Money in the Bank were still able to attract a decent PPV audience due to their name/gimmicks, but Backlash in the COVID era would have completely bombed unless they promised something huge. At least Extreme Rules is another PPV with a gimmick to it.
No point of getting best main event dvd as most of the matches are taken from WWE PPV. Just watch the PPV itself will do.
Pretty cool cover just not a really great release. However I am glad that WWE has decided to go against their original plan of not releasing anything other than pay-per-views this year. I guess this is better than nothing. I am still waiting on that 3-disc set of Nicholas though. Holding my breath.
Why these? WHY NOT THE UNDERTAKER LAST RIDE DOCUMENTARY INSTEAD?
Justin: while I basically agree with you, I personally am very disappointet with the Deadman’s documentary: The obvious for everyone else but Mark himself and Vince, is that he should have retired if not after Tne End of the Streak, then after the finale decent match the Undertaker had,namely HIAC 2015 against Brock.
Every episode this far has been nothing but: “I should have stopped..eeeh, maybe just one more.. this could be my last.. naaaah, I’m not ready to leave yet.. That was bad.. But, you know,maybe..” And so on.. and so on… very repetive and just sad.. reminds me of Mickey Rourke’s charachter Randy the Ram. Then again: Money talks.
I rather have a set of unreleased and rare matches with The Phenom..and preferrably with matches only pre-2015.
Yes I completely agree…. I think it would do good.
Edge and Orton should never had try renew their awesome spring-2004 feud, cos in 2010 at Over the Limit, Orton was injured.. This year they had a very long and often tiredsome LMS match..and last night the failure of a concept match when the “creative” booked it as “The greatest wrestling match EVER”..+ Edge gets injured!