Oh, the horror! Today at WrestlingDVDNetwork.com we’re bringing you a look at the eye-popping cover artwork WWE has planned for The Horror Show at EXTREME RULES 2020, to be released on DVD in less than 3 weeks.
In fact, we’ve received both the front and back cover artwork for Extreme Rules, the official trailer, and the content listing too, which confirms the inclusion of a special feature.
The Horror Show at EXTREME RULES 2020 will arrive on DVD in the United States and Canada first on August 18th (grab it from Amazon.com), following to fans in the UK on August 31st (Amazon.co.uk), and then Australia on September 16th.
On the night where WWE throws the rulebook out the window, Braun Strowman and Bray Wyatt follow the buzzards to murky alligator-infested waters for the first-ever Wyatt Swamp Fight!
WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion Sasha Banks looks to add the RAW Women’s Championship to her gold collection when she challenges “The Empress of Tomorrow” Asuka. WWE Champion Drew McIntyre defends Claymore Country in an Extreme Rules battle against former friend Dolph Ziggler. Rey Mysterio and Seth Rollins settle their long-standing grudge in an Eye for an Eye Match, a contest so brutal that the combatants must extract their opponent’s eyeball to win.
Watch as the Superstars of RAW and SmackDown turn up the carnage during The Horror Show at EXTREME RULES!
This Is the Horror Show
Tables Match for the Smackdown Tag Team Championship
The New Day vs. Cesaro & Shinsuke Nakamura
Smackdown Women’s Championship Match
Bayley vs. Nikki Cross
A Visit To The Firefly Funhouse
A Champion By Forfeit
Eye for an Eye Match
Rey Mysterio vs. Seth Rollins
Put the Champagne on Ice
RAW Women’s Championship Match
Asuka vs. Sasha Banks
An Update on Rey Mysterio
Extreme Rules Match for the WWE Championship
Drew McIntyre vs. Dolph Ziggler
Wyatt Swamp Fight
Braun Strowman vs. Bray Wyatt
Kevin Owens vs. Murphy
(The Horror Show at Extreme Rules Kickoff Show)
Now we can put the newly-revealed front and back covers together with the spine artwork to get a look at the full U.S. sleeve artwork (click the image below to see it in full size):
Grab a copy of WWE’s HORROR SHOW AT EXTREME RULES DVD…
– United States: August 18th. Pre-order your Extreme Rules 2020 DVD here on Amazon.com.
– UK/Europe: August 31st. Pre-order your Extreme Rules 2020 DVD via Amazon.co.uk.
– Australia: September 16th. Your pre-order opportunity is available now via Madman.com.au.
Before Extreme Rules hits stores, in less than 2 weeks WWE DVD collectors are in for a treat with the first “non-PPV” release in a long while: “Best Main Events of the Decade: 2010-2020”.
This new title came about after a turnaround on WWE’s initial decision to produce DVDs only for the monthly Pay-Per-Views events. The first WWE DVD feature set of 2020 outside of the regular PPVs is now available to pre-order on Amazon U.S., right here:
WWE: Best Main Events of The Decade 2010-2020 (DVD)
SummerSlam 2020 has also now been listed on Amazon:
WWE: SummerSlam 2020 (DVD)
Once again, SummerSlam is scheduled only as a DVD format release in North America this year, while a Blu-ray edition is still expected for fans in the UK and Europe.
Full Match Listing for WWE “Best Main Events of the Decade: 2010-2020” DVD
The “WWE Double Feature” DVDs are set to return!
You may recall this series bundling together PPV events in a 2-pack. Well, it’s coming back as early as August with a slight twist — expect to see WWE 24: Best of 2018 and WWE 24: Best of 2019 re-released together as a new 4-disc DVD set, while a new tag team of The Miz: A-List Superstar and Finn Bálor: For Everyone will create a combined set of their own.
Here’s the cover artwork in the works for the WWE 24-themed “Double Feature” pack:
Has there been any update on the new double packs and whether they’ll be coming out in the UK? The WWE 24 bundle looks good to me!
I loved the double ppv realeases i hope that we get them back to….
I know, absolutely ridiculous. If they don’t care about their product, why should we?
On a side note, this event was depressingly abysmal. I honestly think we should consider the environment first and perhaps not use all the plastic and paper necessary to manufacture this event on physical media.
Sorry, this was supposed to be in reply to LP1 re: the cover.
“WWE DVD collectors are IN FOR A TREAT with the first “non-PPV” release in a long while: “Best Main Events of the Decade: 2010-2020”.”
Eye for an Eye Match – Rey Mysterio vs. Seth Rollins
A true classic right there. Right up there with HBK/Hart from WM 12.
To be fair the WM12 Iron Man match bores me to death. Maybe if they’d broken up the action with some actual pinfalls…
Off topic I know that WWE is focusing on PPV only DVDS for the foreseeable future but if they ever do Another Unreleased Set it should be 1996-2005 a sequel to 1986-1995 this Would be my wishlist
Shawn Michaels vs Diesel Germany April 1996
The Undertaker, Goldust, & Ahmed Johnson Vs Farooq Savior Vega & Crush (dark match) RAW March 17 1997 Syracuse NY
Steve Austin, Ken Shamrock, Goldust, & the Legion of Doom vs The Hart foundation (dark match) RAW June 30 1997 Des Moines Iowa
Undertaker Vs Bret Hart October 24 1997 Long Island NY
Undertaker Steve Austin & Mankind vs The Hart Foundation November 7 1997 Tornanto
Undertaker & Legion of Doom vs Shawn Michaels & the New age outlaws steel cage match New York City NY January 10 1998
The Rock vs Big Bossman nightstick match New York City NY June 26 1999
Steve Austin & The Rock vs Undertaker & Triple H (Dark match)Sunday Night Heat Indianapolis IN July 11 1999
The Rock Kane & X-Pac vs Triple H Undertaker & Big Show East Rutherford NJ July 31 1999
The Rock & The Dudley Boyz vs D generation X Minneapolis Minnesota June 17 2000
The Rock Vs Steve Austin (Dark match) SmackDown Houston TX September 13 2001
The Rock vs Chris Jericho Yokohama Japan March 2nd 2002
Brock Lesnar vs John Cena Sheffield England May 11 2003
Kurt Angle & Tajiri vs Eddie Guerrero & John Cena Yokohama Japan July 18 2003
Undertaker & Kurt Angle vs Brock Lesnar & John Cena Manchester England October 12 2003
Ric Flair vs A-Train Perth Australia December 5 2003
Eddie Guerrero & John Cena vs Brock Lesnar & Big Show East Rand South Africa February 29 2004
Shawn Michaels vs Triple H Dublin Ireland May 26 2004
Randy Orton Vs Triple H With Shawn Michaels as the special referee(Dark match)Raw Biloxi MS December 27 2004
Batista vs Triple H(Dark Match) St Louis Street Fight RAW June 6
Batista Undertaker & Rey Mysterio Vs Triple H Eddie Guerrero & JBL(Dark Match) SmackDown July 21 2005
Hulk Hogan John Cena & Batista Vs Shawn Michaels Kurt Angle & JBL(Dark Match) August 8 2005
John Cena vs Kurt Angle Street Fight (Dark Match) October 17 2005 Sacramento California
Triple H vs Ric Flair November 17 2005 Manchester England
I have UK tour Programs Like The Road to Insurrextion(2002 & 2003) SmackDown Tour De Force Unleashed In the East & Passport to Pain(2003) I never went to any of these shows as I’m 22 & live in the US but if you watch old WWE confidential episodes They cover some of these tours & if you look really closely at some of the Ruthless aggression snippets Some of those were from house shows.I Used the Cameo app for Kurt Angle & told him I hope WWE does an unreleased Set for him & hope they include the Owen Hart Dark match & the Eddie Guerrero house show match in Melbourne August 29 2004 he agreed. As a lifelong fan & a historian of wrestling I hope Either WWE brings back hidden gems on the Network or they do more Unreleased sets.
Glad to see Apollo Crews on the cover of Extreme Rules. He had one of the best matches on the show…