Get a first look at the cover art for WWE’s 2016 Dudley Boyz DVD and Blu-ray!
“Straight Outta Dudleyville: The Legacy of the Dudley Boyz” is now confirmed for release to fans in the United States on April 12th (the UK on April 11th), compiling a documentary, extra material cut from the main feature, interview segments, and over 20 career-spanning matches.
Here’s the newly revealed artwork for the Dudleyz DVD. Click here to Amazon.com to get your pre-order locked in for April this year, and to see the Blu-ray version of the cover too.
Speaking of cover artwork, here’s how WWE DVD covers will look in Australia going forward.
As you can see from the shot of the TLC 2015 DVD shown below, now featured is the logo of the new licensee for WWE Home Video titles in Australia, Madman Entertainment.
We just revealed details on the format of “The US Championship: A Legacy of Greatness”, WWE’s upcoming Home Video release on the United States title.
Today the new DVD and Blu-ray has gone up for pre-order here on Amazon.com, confirming an earlier than expected release date – April 26th to fans in the United States.
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What a great cover for the dudley boyz’s dvd 🙂
While the cover looks good, is it illegal to copy the movie name?
Problaly not.. but it should be illegal the way WWE these days “copy paste” everything popular, instead of come up with something original..but, guess, it’s the Tweet/Retweet era: why think for yourself, when you just can rebrand something, with a tiny bit of change.
Not illegal at all, it’s just a parody of a movie title/logo, same reason that ECW was allowed to rip off the nWo logo/gimmick for the bWo. You can’t sue over a parody.
I think it’s quite a cool idea for the cover … honestly, some people will moan about anything.
Or in some cases (like certain posters on the site), moan about *everything*
At first, I thought D-Von was giving the middle finger.
Cover looks good. Well done