EXCLUSIVE: Cover Art Revealed for WWE’s Money in the Bank 2020 DVD – Special Features Included?

May 18, 2020 by Daniel Bee

WWE - Asuka Jumping Off Ledge in WWE Headquarters, Money in the Bank Match

Straight from WWE headquarters, let’s get an exclusive first look at the official cover artwork for Money in the Bank 2020 on DVD!

A slightly modified version of the Pay-Per-View poster artwork — that which featured WWE Superstars fighting up the top of WWE HQ building — will be used for the upcoming Home Video release, now with Bayley in the place of Charlotte Flair, the “Climb the Corporate Ladder” tagline removed, and the Money in the Bank logo placed at the top of the front cover.

The spine of the DVD will spotlight the two briefcase winners in this year’s unique Money in the Bank Ladder Match setting, Asuka and Otis. The back cover will feature photos of both the men’s and the women’s MITB matches, along with shots of more in-ring action from the event.

A Bayley trading card will be bundled free inside the Money in the Bank 2020 DVD when it hits stores across the United States on June 9th. The release to the United Kingdom will not be far behind; that’s scheduled for June 29th.

WWE Money in the Bank 2020 DVD - Cover Artwork Revealed!


For the first time ever, WWE’s corporate headquarters will be the site of the most unique Money in the Bank matches yet!

Watch as the men (AJ Styles, Otis, Aleister Black, King Corbin, Rey Mysterio, and Daniel Bryan) and women (Asuka, Nia Jax, Dana Brooke, Carmella, Shayna Baszler, and Lacey Evans) from RAW and SmackDown simultaneously battle their way to the top of WWE HQ for the chance to climb the corporate ladder and retrieve a WWE Championship opportunity.

The dark past of Braun Strowman comes to collect as Bray Wyatt challenges The Monster Among Men for his Universal Championship. Bayley puts her historic SmackDown Women’s Championship reign on the line against the Samoan powerhouse, Tamina. Drew McIntyre defends the WWE Championship against the holier-than-thou challenger, Seth Rollins. Plus more!

The risk is worth the reward at Money in the Bank!

WWE Money in the Bank 2020 DVD - Official Box Artwork


Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Daniel Bryan vs. Aleister Black vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Otis vs. King Corbin vs. AJ Styles

Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match
Nia Jax vs. Shayna Baszler vs. Asuka vs. Dana Brooke vs. Lacey Evans vs. Carmella

WWE Championship
Seth Rollins vs. Drew McIntyre

WWE Universal Championship
Bray Wyatt vs. Braun Strowman

WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship
Tamina vs. Bayley

Bobby Lashley vs. R-Truth

Fatal 4-Way Match for the WWE SmackDown Tag Team Championship
The Miz & John Morrison vs. The Forgotten Sons vs. Lucha House Party vs. The New Day



The runtime slated for the Money in the Bank 2020 DVD release is 77 minutes longer than the event as it aired on the WWE Network, so that leaves plenty of room for the Jeff Hardy vs. Cesaro Kickoff Show match and potentially more extras — to be confirmed for now.

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WWE Money in the Bank 2020 DVD - Official Box Artwork

Get your hands on WWE’s new MONEY IN THE BANK 2020 DVD…

United States: June 9th. Pre-order your copy of the MITB DVD soon here on Amazon.com.

UK/Europe: June 29th. Get your Money in the Bank DVD on pre-order at Amazon.co.uk.

Australia: July 22nd. Pre-order your copy of the MITB DVD on Madman.com.au.

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  1. Patrick McNamara says:

    So explain to me why Amazon is saying currently unavailable. It comes out tomorrow. I am supposed to be getting it as a late birthday gift from my Dad,he was able to order it on prime so how was that possible if it’s currently unavailable? Was it available for pre-order before today?

  2. alex says:

    DVD again…So im Out.

    Old WWE Material on DVD is ok but i dont get it why nobody pays Attention to the WWE HD Events on a Blu-ray Disc?
    An BD Player Costs only 40-50 Euros and you can Plays also DVD´s. Nah Maybe im the Only One with an Big LCD TV…

    • RabidHeat says:

      This is an argument that’s been raging for at least over 5 years ago but at this point there’s unlikely to be any change in this. Clearly the general public are willing to fork out for BluRays for their movies and TV series (though, are they really anymore, with streaming being so big now?), but wrestling fans in the main have seemed to stick with DVD and just foregone the extras and quality in favour of saving a few bucks. Whether logical or not, that’s simply been the case. If they had’ve been selling well, WWE would have continued making them. Clearly they sold better in that format in the UK and Europe for the big events, since BluRays in that market have continued for the big four.

      Speaking for myself personally, while it would be important for me to watch the effects in ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ in HD, I’m not sure how crucial it is for me to watch wrestling matches in such high quality. I’ve been watching wrestling since I was a kid when it was on video tape, and there are no amazing CGI special effects to speak of, so watching WWE in standard def really doesn’t bother me at all. I understand that’s not the case for everyone, but that’s how it is for me. Maybe wrestling fans in general are also into a lot of other geeky stuff and just prefer to keep their dough for the BluRays of their movies?

      • Peter Bielik says:

        What you write is true, but the fact is people choose to pay for a DVD rather than pay for a blu-ray when almost no one in this day and age has a non-HD TV.

        It makes no sense to me. I mean if I’m so cheap, or poor, or frugal I don’t want to buy a blu-ray player in 2020, why would I want to spend money on the DVD? Does saving 40-50 bucks really mean so much to some people they will watch WWE programming in HD, but then they will pay 20 bucks for the home video release in lower quality?

        I honestly don’t get this.

        • Alex says:

          First of all. Discussion is Great for every business, so for our Collector business too…

          When i have Time to watch some wrestling. I want to enjoy Wrestling in the Highest Quality that exist. I don’t like upsacling so Summerslam 30 or survivor Series 30 on dvd make Sense but if the Whole Event or Story or documentary Exist in real HD so WWE should put This only and exclusive on blu ray. The Point it Looks cheap in a Blue case or is Not in a digipack is Strange because when we Want This maybe in a Black case or in a digipack we should Write or Create something that wwe will Hear us BUT before everybody should update His Player. Dont get me wrong But when you have 500-1000 Dollar for a LCD HD TV so you have Money for This Player.

          I don’t get the CGI thing. Maybe because i hate CGI. 😉

          • whut says:

            what do you mean, you don’t like upscaling? at least the default settings for ever modern tv and dvd/bluray player is upscaling the content (which makes sense because otherwise it only be a tiny window that would only fill out merely a fraction of the picture).

        • DDT says:

          you make good points on why blu rays are better than DVDS. I think the problem for you is that DVD collectors tend to be older and on lower incomes. the people who like change and have money for new tech are into streaming stuff online. so bluray is stuck in the middle. blu ray will die out before DVDS… not just in wrestling full stop

          • RabidHeat says:

            That is a VERY good point. Since physical media is dying anyway, I think that explains why people aren’t paying for PREMIUM physical media; if there’s something they kinda want on physical media, they’re still going with the cheapest option.

            Also, a bizarre thing I’ve noticed is that on the used/second-hand market, BluRays often sell for less than the DVDs (on eBay etc.) so people are probably nervous about buying them fearing will not get much back if they ever want to sell/trade them in. I’ve even seen BluRay versions of PPVs selling for less than the DVD equivalent on WWEDVD.co.uk. That must prove the popularity of DVD over BluRay, despite it being illogical really, as BluRay is a better product. The whole thing is just weird and I honestly think if stats were studied, essays could be written on it, lol.

            • Alex says:

              Okay sounds logical and im also one of these who don’t buy much BD´s or DVD´since streaming is going well. For me like I said before its about enjoying and relaxing. If I have time (wife, kids and so on), I put the disc in and I will see and enjoy the event. In Case that I do this not every day I prefer a BD over a DVD and I must correct my sentence about old content that this should not be on BD. Yesterday I watched some Warrior matches on his Collection Blu-ray and this Quality is absolutely insane. Very very good upscale. I’m not a WWE Network subscriber because I watch not so often WWE but on the Network anything is in HD, so many of you would say get this Network and you are fine but Maybe im a collector, maybe not, maybe im oldschool, maybe not but don’t forget the music business. There are still releases on LP because of quality and I think WWE is a great spectacular and should have still BD Releases. I hope they will find a middle way…Wrestlemania only BD, the Rest PPV Events on DVD, Superstar Specials on BD…I don’t know.

              P.s. Nobody watch Star Wars or Lord of the Rings on DVD and for me WWE is also High Class so I will ever prefer an BD when I have the choice.

              • LP1 says:

                Also let’s not forget to take into account that there are many wrestling fans, not all, who are just cheap. I’ve been seeing it for decades. Even during the Monday Night Wars I knew people who would watch every Raw and Nitro religiously, but would never spend a dime to order a PPV. Same applies for home video. Just read the comments on this site some times. There’s a lot of people who always say “Yeah that DVD looks good, but I won’t buy it now, I’ll wait a year for the price to drop $8.” And don’t tell me it’s because they can’t afford it or they have other bills to pay. If you’re at a point in your life, financially, where saving $8 will make or break you, then perhaps DVDs shouldn’t even be a priority at all. Spend that money on more important things.

              • DDT says:

                PS sorry more people watch star wars on dvd than blu ray. the dvd section in the supermarket is bigger than the dvd section. dvd is a perfectly good product blu ray might be better but you have to want a replacement to seek one out… the people who want replacements are more likely to have broadband and smart tvs and dont buy dvds any way. i only discovered blu rays recently as i was sent one in error i agree there better but thats not the reason dvds are more popular

              • whut says:

                “Okay sounds logical and im also one of these who don’t buy much BD´s or DVD´since streaming is going well.”

                ironically you’re part of the “problem” then, so to speak.

                that being said, the accurate comparison to a record (as in: vinyl) would be collector’s editions, steelbooks, mediabooks etc. for movie releases.

                (meaning the vast majority of people won’t pay as much for one film. but a few hundred collectors might)

                • Alex says:

                  Yeah i mean that i don’t buy DVDs or BDs in the Movie section. Netflix and Amazon is Amazing in This and Wrestling is a Little special Interest for everyone and i still don’t get it why People Pay 8 Dollars for a DVD But Not 12 Dollars for a Blu-ray. Maybe to have it with much More Pixels on your flat Screen 😉

                  In Vinyl youre Not Right. This is Not an collectors Edition. You think it is But its Not. Music is Not Music. Music on Vinyl is just an Other level. Completely diffrent, More deepness and better Sound in all ways. When you Want to Hear real Music it is Vinyl. CD is compressed and Cheaper like iTunes or other streaming Service and everyone take This because of Money…just the Same in Supermarkt. Want the best But Takes the Rest – because its cheaper.

                  BUT lets Talk about WWE and Blu-ray. The Wrestlemania 36 Release Comes out on DVD and BD. Both are 19,99 pounds on Amazon UK a few Weeks. So the hell which Person Buys an DVD in UK? I Hope Nobody. Same Price but Bad Quality.

    • BAS says:

      Yes it sucks that we’re not getting Blu-ray outside of WrestleMania anymore, but they obviously haven’t sold well enough to continue. WrestleMania is the exception because that’s the best selling video of the year no matter how good or bad it is. If they decide to release the Undertaker series on home video, I can possibly see that on Blu-ray, but other than that, it’s not going to happen again. But if you know how to burn your own Blu-ray discs, that’s an alternative since a lot of people know how to rip from the network and make their own personal Blu-ray discs and DVDs.

      But since everyone for awhile there was convinced WWE was letting AEW be their motive for doing this or that, then I can see WWE making blu-ray discs regularly again when or if AEW makes blu-ray/DVD. Other than WrestleMania and possibly the Undertaker series, or even making your own, we’re not getting another blu-ray anytime soon.

      • whut says:

        sidenote about this: burning a download to a bluray usually doesn’t equal the same quality as a native bluray release due to bitrate of the former commonly being a lot lower.

      • RabidHeat says:

        I honestly think if AEW were ever going to release any physical media, they would have released something by now. Unfortunately physical media is a dying business and I believe they feel they may as well put their finances elsewhere and embrace the streaming systems.

        • David says:

          I remember last June the Young Bucks and Cody tweeted out a poll which media format would fans want AEW events and Blu-ray won the poll. Haven’t heard anything since so not sure if they are going ahead.

          Would love to own the events on Blu-ray and support the company.

  3. RabidHeat says:

    So they removed a really cool tagline in “Climb the Corporate Ladder”, yet we still have pictures of MVP, Dolph Ziggler, Shinsuka Nakamura and either Randy Orton or Ricochet (I can’t quite tell) climbing ladders, despite them not being in ladder matches (and in most cases not even on the card) at the event? Riiiiight…

  4. Patrick McNamara says:

    I hope that Becky Lynch’s announcement and revealing what was really on the line in the Women’s MITB ladder match the next night on Raw

  5. ppv collector says:

    Going to get mine once amazon list it up and willing to ship to my location.

  6. Andemoine Winrow says:

    Love the front and back cover. Love the event. Will DEFINATELY pre-order my copy.