Official Cover Artwork Revealed for WWE Royal Rumble 2015 DVD & Blu-Ray

February 4, 2015 by Daniel Bee

WWE Royal Rumble 2015 Logo - Roman Reigns

The WWE Royal Rumble 2015 DVD/Blu-ray cover artwork has just come through!

Royal Rumble was headlined by the 30-Man Royal Rumble Match and the Triple Threat Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. It will be released on DVD and Blu-ray formats worldwide, beginning with the United States later this month on February 24th.

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WWE Royal Rumble 2015 DVD Cover Artwork

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Match Listing

The Ascension vs. The New Age Outlaws

WWE Tag Team Championship
The Usos vs. The Miz and Damien Mizdow

Paige and Natalya vs. The Bella Twins

Triple Threat Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship
Seth Rollins vs. John Cena vs. Brock Lesnar

30-Man Royal Rumble Match

The planned extras for the Royal Rumble 2015 DVD/Blu-ray will be revealed soon.

WWE Royal Rumble 2015 DVD Cover Artwork

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  1. An Anonymous User says:

    Love seeing the future of the WWE on the cover. Rollins, Harper, Wyatt, Ambrose, and Rusev all deserve their spot on the poster. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. THOMAS says:

    Fantastic artwork for the WWE Royal Rumble 2015 dvd

  3. attitude.era.4life says:

    -lol- Okaaaay.. now my comment is back..soo., should this turn out to be a matter of a technical fault, then we’ll start from scratch, shall we.. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  4. attitude.era.4life says:

    ooooh my Goood, wdn.. was it the word -hell-? or the word -bs-??

    maybe, cause I have another opinion that some don’t like, but unlike others, I write with some sort of substance??

    Guess, we’ll never know, why my post was erased, without reasons..

    Seems, like this has turned into a place where you need to have one-track mind, or you get erased..

    Oh well.. I’m sure, this one will be put under strict review too.. Ciao.. lol

    • Daniel Bee says:

      Some comments may be getting flagged for approval in an effort to keep King out (he was banned – see comments on the Roman Reigns article yesterday). We’re not suddenly removing your comments, don’t worry, although you are going on off topic mini-rants quite a lot, so watch out and chill out. ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. LP1 says:

    They went with a non-spoiler cover(and the poster for that matter) and people are still hating it. Some things never change.

    As for the show itself, the Rumble match could’ve been booked way better. With that said, it was far from the worst Rumble match ever. Not Reigns’ fault that WWE mishandled Bryan’s return. The triple threat match for the title on the other hand was phenomenal. One of the best triple threat matches I’ve seen in many years. There’s no way you can say this show was bad with that match on it. No way at all. The rest of the matches were your normal PPV mid-card matches.

    • attitude.era.4life says:

      the triple threat was for sure the highlight..but, no way near it comes the WM XX, the Backlash 2006, the Vengeance 2002, not even the Vengeance 2003..hell, even RR 2005 triple threat was way more exciting..

      But..comparing this years triple threat to, lets say, 2012’s marathons of triple threats, sure, this one this year was over the top of those…but, that did’nt take too much to top those in 2012, let’s face that fact..

      As of the Rumble match itself.. I don’t mind Bryan getting thrown out so called early, or Reigns winning…which, pretty much, was written in the stars..

      What I do mind, is the lack of the excitement and magic, now present even on my absolute favorite ppv of the year..

      When the magic is gone even on wwe’s maybe most popular match-stipulation, then, like I stated before, the point of no return is reached..

      Twitter, reality-bs, non-substanced panel-discussions, betting on pre-determined events, and continuation of hollow storylines are just a few bumps in this sad evolution..

      Instead of “…changing with the times…”, what wwe needs to get back to, is -making- the times!

      But.. what the hell do I know.. I’m just a fan of good entertaining wrestling, that gives me a smile and keeps me hungry for watching more..but, somewhere, the recent years, I loose my smile, more and more…and I am getting less and less hungry..for the present, and the gloomy future.

      • LP1 says:

        I said it was one of the best triple threat matches I’ve seen in many years. And then you bring up triple threat matches from over a decade ago. So basically you agree.

  6. Joe Young says:

    I didn’t have anything against Seth Rollins when he was in The Shield. He did some cool moves, but that was about it. Then he turned on his brothers and got his big, singles push being protected along the way. I didn’t see what the big deal about him was. I didn’t buy into it. I wasn’t sold on him.

    Then he busted his ass in that triple threat match. Now, THAT was impressive! When he cashes in and becomes the WWE Champion, I’ll have no qualms about it. Kudos to The Architect for proving me wrong.

  7. Scott says:

    Hope they load up the blu ray with extras to make this worth buying (which by the way I’m only getting because I was there).

  8. ALK says:

    You mean the Royal Rumboooooo?

  9. SRB says:

    I thought this Rumble card was strange. 4 tag matches including the pre-show.

  10. attitude.era.4life says:

    It may be a first, that the cover actually is slighltly better than the content on the disc…which means that the cover is still boring and heavy bs…just not as much as the show..

  11. @imdjluis says:

    Hard to believe this is the final cover without Roman Reigns being the focal point. I bet if Cena had won the title it would just be him alone on it.

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