REVEALED: Official Cover Artwork for WWE ‘Best Pay-Per-View Matches 2015’ DVD

November 17, 2015 by Daniel Bee

WWE Best PPV Matches 2015 DVD - Logo

Just unveiled is the cover artwork for WWE’s “Best PPV Matches 2015” DVD!

The “Best PPV Matches” series is back on the Home Video schedule worldwide this time around, scheduled to the first major WWE DVD compilation released in 2016.

Unfortunately there have been no indications of a Blu-ray edition planned for any region.

The official artwork planned for the DVD follows below, featuring 14 different WWE Superstars – with The Undertaker, Brock Lesnar, John Cena and Kevin Owens shown front and center.

WWE Best PPV Matches 2015 DVD - Cover Artwork

 
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UK/Europe: January 18th. Pre-order the DVD now through Amazon.co.uk.

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Australia: February 3rd. Pre-order the DVD now through WWEDVD.com.au.

 


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The limited edition box set contains the new 5 disc DVD and an exclusive Undertaker trading card.

Courtesy of WrestlingSuperStore, here’s how the US version comes packaged:

WWE Undertaker: The Streak 21-1 DVD Coffin Box Set


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25 Comments left on this article...

  1. RabidHeat says:

    Undertaker with long hair again – apparently WWE can’t afford to take new publicity photos!

  2. Shane C. Montgomery says:

    Great cover. Artwork is really good and I am glad to see this coming back to the U.S., missed it last year.

  3. Brian Streng says:

    So how does wwe go from saying that Elimination Chamber was a network exclusive event to now all of a sudden saying it’s a PPV?

    • LP1 says:

      It was actually both a Network exclusive AND a ppv. It aired on PPV in Germany and a couple of other countries, but for the majority of the world it aired only on the Network.

  4. Jeff Copeland says:

    first of all ehh who cares if its not on bluray o well get over it. So what if us does not get bluray,is it really that big of a deal not to get few extra matches or interviews ?? 2nd i have always wondered why with best of ppvs or even raw and sd dvds set they stop in october for ppvs and raw and sd november ??

    • LP1 says:

      People don’t want it on blu-ray because you get more matches, they want it on blu-ray because the audio/video quality is like night and day compared to dvd.

      • Jeff Copeland says:

        i mean no offence but does it really matter if the picture and sound are just a bit better ??

        • LP1 says:

          It’s not just a “bit” better. The difference is very noticeable. Unless you ask that person who was on here last year talking about how blu-ray quality is far inferior to DVD quality.

    • Foley is Good says:

      People want blu ray because all new WWE content is shot in HD. DVD is alright for old material because it is in standard definition. That is why I am buying the NXT release on blu ray when it comes out.

  5. LP1 says:

    Much like the last couple of years, it’s not on blu-ray so it’s a pointless release. Even if they include Elimination Chamber matches(which didn’t get a North American release) it’s still in DVD quality. The Network quality is already much better than DVD quality.

    • RCS1988 says:

      Convert it to Blu-ray. People do it all the time.

      • LP1 says:

        You like repeating yourself, don’t you? You made the same comment in this thread 3 times. And like Attitude said, converting DVDs to Blu-rays doesn’t upgrade the picture and audio quality. You’re still not getting it in HD.

  6. Mark Markson says:

    I like the cover, but too bad about no blu-ray being released. I don’t buy all PPVs any more (watch them on WWE Network). But I might be interested in this compilation, if it was released on blu-ray.

    • RCS1988 says:

      Convert it to Blu-ray. People do it all the time.

      • Mark Markson says:

        I don’t know how to do that. But a DVD will not turn into 1080p just by converting it, will it? I want an official blu-ray release, because the picture quality and sound is better. Plus there are blu-ray exclusives.

        • LP1 says:

          No, it won’t convert to 1080p. The reason people transfer DVDs to blu-rays is because blu-rays hold more storage and you can get more hours on 1 disc. That’s the only reason. You don’t upgrade the audio & video quality by transfering DVDs to blu-rays. It’s the same non-HD quality.

          • Mark Markson says:

            Thought so, thanks. I’m not really interested in that. I don’t mind paying for the official blu-ray releases. And I don’t own a blu-ray burner anyway. 🙂

  7. Eric says:

    I like the cover matter. I have every ppv and the network, so I won’t be buying it, but I like it.

  8. attitude.era.4life says:

    No Blue, means no Buy! Anyway, for me, the by far only interesting this year, the trips downtown Supplex City for the B*t(hes, will hopefully appear in full lenght on the Lesnar Bluray release next year.

    • RCS1988 says:

      Convert it to Blu-ray if you don’t like it.

      • attitude.era.4life says:

        …and in doing so, you still will not get the matches in FULL HD, like they are on Bluray media..which means, still bad pict and sound quality, when HD filmed material is shown on SD media. It is a fact.

  9. Tommy D says:

    I’m never a fan of the Best PPV matches since I get all of the DVDs anyway of the PPVs, however, this year is different. If the US finally gets some of the Elimiation Chamber PPV released (Specifically Cena/Owens, Tag Elimination Chamber (The IC Title one was TERRIBLE), and Ambrose/Rollins with the Dusty finish), then I’m all for it.

    • Jeff Copeland says:

      the chamber ppv was not that bad. tag one was ok ic was botchmaina perfection and dean vs seth good until crappy dq and cena owens stole the show

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