REVEALED: Cover Artwork & List of Six Extras for WWE’s (2 DISC) Money in the Bank 2018 DVD

June 21, 2018 by Daniel Bee

WWE Money in the Bank 2018 PPV Logo

The next WWE Pay-Per-View to hit Home Video will be Money in the Bank 2018 beginning with the U.S. release of the DVD next month ($18.96; followed up by the UK release in August (£17.99;

As of today it is confirmed that the MITB DVD will this year be formatted as a 2-disc set (by our count the first time the event has ran over a single disc) in order to accommodate the 4-hour event and a selection of extras. We’ve just received the finalized content listing and the cover artwork too!

The Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois once again played host to the PPV which featured both men’s and women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Matches, Ronda Rousey’s singles match debut against Nia Jax for the RAW Women’s Championship, Shinsuke Nakamura squaring off with AJ Styles in a Last Man Standing Match for the WWE Championship, and unforgettable moments aplenty.

It’s time to check out the official artwork for the Money in the Bank 2018 DVD and a list of extras WWE has planned for it, one of which is a “Rowdy” segment from this week’s RAW!

WWE Money in the Bank 2018 DVD - Official Cover Artwork




The Climb for Glory

Daniel Bryan vs. Big Cass

Pancakes for Everyone

Bobby Lashley vs. Sami Zayn

Intercontinental Championship Match
Seth Rollins vs. Elias

Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Sasha Banks vs. Natalya vs. Ember Moon vs. Alexa Bliss vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Naomi vs. Becky Lynch vs. Lana

Which Brand Will Reign Supreme?

Roman Reigns vs. Jinder Mahal

SmackDown Women’s Championship Match
Carmella vs. Asuka


Last Man Standing Match for WWE Championship
AJ Styles vs. Shinsuke Nakamura

RAW Women’s Championship Match
Nia Jax vs. Ronda Rousey

Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Braun Strowman vs. Finn Bálor vs. Bobby Roode vs. Kevin Owens vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Rusev vs. The Miz vs. Samoa Joe




SmackDown Tag Team Championship Match
The Bludgeon Brothers vs. Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson

— What’s in Kevin’s Bag?

— Seth Freakin’ Rollins: The Intercontinental Champion


— The WWE Championship Contract Signing
SmackDown Live • June 5, 2018

Fatal 4-Way Match
Braun Strowman vs. Finn Bálor vs. Bobby Roode vs. Kevin Owens
Monday Night RAW • June 11, 2018

— The Goddess Feels the Wrath of Ronda Rousey
Monday Night RAW • June 18, 2018


Get your hands on the new WWE MONEY IN THE BANK 2018 DVD…

United States: July 24th. Pre-order your copy of the MITB DVD here on

UK/Europe: August 6th. Get your Money in the Bank DVD on pre-order at

Australia: August 15th. Pre-order your copy of the MITB DVD on

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  1. Thomas says:

    Correct me if I’m wrong that did Money In The Bank 2018 PPV Event came out on Blu-Ray or not?

  2. Thomas Hanna says:

    Just love the artwork for WWE Money In The Bank 2018 PPV DVD

    • RabidHeat says:

      Not sure about “love”, but I certainly like the artwork for WWE Money In The Bank 2018 PPV DVD

  3. Steven says:

    kind of hoped for the IC Title Match from Raw Ziggler vs Rollins.

  4. Timothy Thorpe says:

    Great idea with the two disc with extras from Raw and Smackdown. I wonder what it will mean for the Best of R&SD sets at the end of the year though?

  5. Bubbs says:

    Gosh, if only there were a format that would allow them to put the full event and all the extras onto one disc? And in HD? hmmm….

    • LP1 says:

      Yeah. No need for 2 DVD discs. The argument that producing Blu-rays are more expensive than producing DVDs now goes out the window. With all PPVs now being 2 disc sets, it is now more expensive to produce DVD releases. Producing 1 BD is still cheaper than 2 DVDs.

      • Anan says:

        Unless I’m mistaken BDs also have more space than DVD meaning more content can fit on 1 disc. As far as MITB goes this means that they can put – maybe not all – but some of the MITB qualifier matches and the women’s Fatal 4 Way from RAW which imho was just as great if not better than the men’s so since the men’s is on the set, the women’s deserves to be on it too.

      • CJ Styles says:

        DVDs sell better nothing to do with the price Of making them

        • RabidHeat says:

          True; if they’ve done some market research and determined that more people will buy PPVs in DVD format than Blu-Ray, then they will still produce 2-disc DVDs instead, despite the costs. At least the stuff gets sold. Plus, the very phrase “2-Disc Set” on the front cover probably helps sell it as if the buyer is getting more. I know that’s ridiculous as we know a single-disc BluRay can hold more, but Joe Public might just see the words “2-Disc Set” and think: “Wow, 2 discs!”

          • LP1 says:

            So you’re saying the average wrestling fan is an idiot. Makes sense actually. I mean they’re still ok with buying DVDs over BDs. You might have hit the nail right on the head.

            • David says:

              Basically thats what comes down to i think. The average wrestling fan aren’t the sharpest tools in the shed from what it seems like (just go on Twitter and read the Youtube comments you would be surprised the amount of dumbasses out there) and I wouldn’t be surprised if thats the thought that goes through their head where they think they are getting more value for the money with 2 DVDs instead of 1 Blu-ray.

            • RabidHeat says:

              I wasn’t trying to be as negative as that, no, using words like “idiot” and such, because that’s just insulting and not really necessary. I was just saying that’s how your casual cash-strapped buyer might look at it and that’s what WWE’s market research has probably shown them.

        • LP1 says:

          Not true. There was a story years ago that WWE didn’t go all-in on blu-rays due to cost cutting. If you remember when they first started releasing blu-rays on a regular basis in 2010-2011, they never gave it full backing. Some were only sold in certain stores, some only online, very few were shipped to stock, they would skip some months of random PPVs, it was done very sloppy. And the reason it was reported at the time was due to the production costs of blu-rays compared to DVDs.

          • Bubbs says:

            They should really learn a thing or two from their partnership with Warner and their Archive Collection program, they could produce Blurays on demand, there is a market out there for them, it could drive business exclusively to WWE Shop, and they could offset production costs by working those into the price per unit. Dumbass collectors like me will still pay for them regardless. And its not like the assets don’t already exist since they have the encodes prepped for international markets. Its just a matter of printing the damn things.

            • LP1 says:

              They absolutely could go that route. Like you said, look at Warner Bros, a multi-billion dollar company. WB can completely stop making BDs/DVDs/4Ks altogether and they’ll still be a multi-billion dollar company. They don’t need the home video revenue, but they keep making them because they know there’s a niche market for them. WWE is pretty much in the same boat. Especially when the new billion dollar TV deal goes into effect next year. WWE could stop making physical media altogether and it wouldn’t make even the smallest of dents in their revenue. If WB chooses not to release WWE BDs to mainstream outlets, then there’s no reason at all that WWE can’t bring it in-house and do something exactly the same as the Warner Archive program. The expenses to do that would be a drop in the bucket financially for WWE.

              • Bubbs says:

                They could probably even source it out to WB altogether. Just send them the files and let them do take care of it.

          • RabidHeat says:

            Yes, but if they were selling in droves, or at least turning a decent profit, it would be worth the production costs, wouldn’t it?

            • LP1 says:

              Not for a niche product. Which is what wrestling DVDs/BDs are now. If they follow the Warner Archive method, then it would be worth it because it’s a print-on-demand service. They don’t have to print out thousands of discs and hope people buy them. Warner Archive is like a pre-sale where discs are made-to-order. WWE can very easily do the exact same thing.

              • RabidHeat says:

                Well they could, but presumably they would have to take on extra staff to be producing those DVDs on demand and find somewhere for them to be based; maybe they’re just not willing to do that at the moment.

  6. John Peterson says:

    I actually like the cover.

  7. andemoine winrow says:

    So THIS ‘MONEY IN THE BANK’ will be the first one EVER to be recorded on a DOUBLE d.v.d since it ran 4 hours or nearly that. The 2016 ‘MONEY IN THE BANK’ was the first one ever to run very long. I have it and i counted the exact running time. 3 hours and 17 minutes. I have last years and that one ran 2 hours and 39 minutes. So this newest version surpasses the 2016 edition and will keep the new record until next years version. The women’s match was AWESOME AND BETTER than last years. In my opinion, WARNER BROS. should have re-named the title for the d.v.d ‘MONEY IN THE BLISS’ because apparently, the ‘W.W.E’ decided to make the event Alexa Bliss’s night. Oh,and by way, after what went down on ‘RAW’ between BAYLEY and SASHA BANKS, it appears Sasha will be the villian again. I’m glad they were smart enough to add these matches b-4 the event and the ‘ Raw’ segment after the event. Why did they not suspend Alexa Bliss since she started she was one caused the ruckus and got Ronda Rousey suspended? I guess some-1 will come with the excuse ‘BECAUSE SHE’S THE CHAMP’. Talk about wrong is right.

    • LP1 says:

      So Alexa should be suspended for trash talking?

      • andemoine winrow says:

        So you’re saying just let her get away with saying anything, whether it’s scripted or not.

    • Foley is good says:

      I guess the old adage sticks and stones will break my bones but names will never hurt me applies to the Bliss/Rousey situation. Personally I would have sooner had Sasha Banks win MITB and cashed in like Alexa and have her be her heel NXT character again. Oh well I overall enjoyed the pay per view.

  8. Jordan B says:

    Oh man I hope they keep doing 2 disc with extras. I would think they would have to since every event is 4 hours now.

  9. Tommy D says:

    This is what I have been hoping for all along. I hope this is the theme of all the PPVs moving forward, including RAW/Smackdown matches/segments leading up to it.

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