REVEALED: Cover & Contents for ‘WrestleMania 32 – Ultimate Collector’s Edition’ DVD Box Set

May 3, 2016 by Daniel Bee

WWE WrestleMania 32: Ultimate Collector's Edition DVD Box Set

WrestleMania 32 is officially the next WWE Home Video incoming for release — the 3 disc DVD and 2 disc Blu-ray is scheduled to hit stores across the United States 1 week today!

This time next month fans in the UK will be treated to an exclusive box set containing the DVD and “one of a kind” memorabilia. We’ve been hinting at the contents for weeks but can now confirm that the Shane McMahon million dollar bill and WrestleMania ring canvas made the cut.

WWE WrestleMania 32: Ultimate Collector's Edition DVD Box Set - Cover Artwork

And that’s not all – there will also be an item signed by WWE Hall of Famer, STING!

The “WrestleMania 32 – Ultimate Collector’s Edition” will include all of that and an outer box set featuring alternate artwork (shown above). It’s coming on June 6th and right now if you pre-order a bundle at you can take £3.00 off with promo code “ULTIMATE32”.



The “ULTIMATE COLLECTOR’S EDITION” will include exclusive WrestleMania memorabilia and prop items used at the event itself which are not available anywhere else and will be individually numbered to 1,000.










WWE WrestleMania 32: Ultimate Collector's Edition DVD Box Set - Contents

Lock in your WWE WrestleMania 32 DVD or Blu-ray pre-order for…

USA: Next Tuesday! Get it on DVD or Blu-ray via or

Australia: May 18th. Pre-order a DVD or Blu-ray copy at

UK/Europe: June 6th. Order the DVD, Blu-ray or Collector’s box set here on

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  1. Ryan says:

    This is probably a dumb question but would this play on U.S. DVD players and how would I pay for it from the U.S. Since the currency is different?

    • Julio Moreno says:

      If you media or DVD player is multi-region, then yes, you can play it. Concerning the currency, if your debit/credit card is international, then the store would convert your card’s currency to the local one depending on the currency exchange of your country. Checking out with Paypal is also a plus, because Paypal will do it for you.

  2. RabidHeat says:

    Can’t believe this is being reported instead of the “TNA – Best of the Asylum Years Volume 2” that they have just announced! Just kidding … I can believe it. 😉

  3. 97-03 says:

    I really don’t think it’s worth the price. I wonder how many will still be for sale when it’s released? I don’t think it will sell out on pre-order to be honest. Have to wait and see. If it comes down to £50 when it’s released I might purchase it.

  4. Joe Young says:

    Remember when WWE sold the Blu-Ray and DVD versions of the PPV together? Good times.

  5. Darren says:

    Even though the show wasn’t the great, I’m going to get it anyway, since I have every WM on either VHS from the WrestleMania Box Set, some recorded by me on VHS, & the rest on DVD. I wish the US was getting the same version as the UK. I would love that extra stuff.

  6. LP1 says:

    All that money for a show recorded in HD, but presented in standard low-res format. It’s funny looking at the recent sales of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The first week of sales saw 87% of people bought it on blu-ray and 13% bought it on DVD. There’s a reason for that.

    • King of wrestling says:

      What is the reason for that?

      • LP1 says:

        The reason is it’s 2016 and people want to see HD films/shows/sporting events in HD. Especially if they’re shot in HD. Also a correction, Star Wars was 83% BR and 17% DVD. But the message is still there.

        • RabidHeat says:

          Believe it or not though, a much larger proportion of the world will purchase and re-watch the Star Wars movie than will buy/re-watch a wrestling DVD, so the two cannot be compared. Even people who buy Blu-Ray movies might prefer to save the extra cash and just purchase the DVD when it comes to wrestling.

          Lol @ people who think wrestling is such a mainstream thing.

          • SyxxPak says:

            Also those stats are just made up… in the UK Charts numbers (where this special edition is sold) Force Awakens DVD sold 898,433 to date and the bluray has sold 617,613….

            • LP1 says:

              “Also those stats are just made up…” Yes, because I have nothing better to do. Those stats are taken directly from Look it up.

              As for Star Wars being more mainstream than WWE, of course it is. WWE isn’t even in the same ballpark when it comes to Star Wars. But the number of fans Star Wars has compared to WWE has nothing to do with the percentage ratio of BR/DVD sales. For example, let’s say Star Wars sold 10 million copies on home video(10 million being a hypothetical number), that means 8,300,000 of those copies were sold on BR and 1,700,000 were sold on DVD. Now let’s downgrade that number drastically. Let’s say only 100 copies were sold. That means 830 were sold on BR and 170 were sold on DVD. The number of people who bought it has nothing to do with the percentage ratio. BR still outsold DVD by more than a 4-1 margin.

              Your second comment about wrestling fans being cheap is probably closer to accurate. Doesn’t change the fact that more people generally want to watch the shows in HD.

              • SyxxPak says:

                look up the official UK charts which have those EXACT numbers I posted…

                your percentage break is just plain wrong

                • LP1 says:

                  I’m not denying your numbers. These are the US sales I posted.

                  • SyxxPak says:

                    but you’re using U.S numbers/stats for a U.K release and questioning why it is only DVD?

                    Also it mentions that Force Awakens is a record high for Blu-ray, so clearly not the norm!

                    • LP1 says:

                      But I thought the UK buys more BRs than the US does? These numbers that we’ve each presented show the exact opposite. Ok, this is good. This brings me to another point. For years people have been under the assumption, especially when it comes to wrestling BRs/DVDs, that the UK is more apt to buy BRs over DVDs which is why WWE releases every PPV on BR in the UK, but not the US. That’s been the general consensus in these forums for a long time. That was the only explanation anyone could come up with for why the UK gets all the PPVs on BR, but the US doesn’t.

                      Now the stats that you brought up completely goes against that concensus. For the biggest movie of all time, more people bought it on DVD than BR in the UK. And that’s for a franchise way more popular than WWE. And if wrestling fans are notoriously cheap(another concensus) then there’s no way that WWE sells more BRs in the UK than Star Wars does. Which all leads back to the big question of why does WWE release every PPV on BR in the UK, but not the US?

                    • LP1 says:

                      I just tried looking up the UK charts and can’t find any site that has any specific sales breakdown. What specific site did you go to?

                  • SyxxPak says:

                    actual numbers behind a paywall, I got them froma friend – but the overall week 1 number is here:

                    ( 1.189 million)

                    and bluray week 1 here:



                    it was a bluray record for the UK but still less than the DVD and the DVD did had a better split in week 2 to bump it up overall

                    • LP1 says:

                      Very interesting. Also there’s a link from that site that goes to a story about a lot of fans being upset that the DVD version didn’t have any extras, but the blu-ray did. By reading the comments of the upset fans it seems there are a LOT of people that are still confused with the difference between DVD and blu-ray. One guy even said it’s not fair to DVD owners that they stack more extras on BR, but not the DVD, not realizing that BR can hold more disc space than a DVD.

                      This all furthers my belief that UK fans aren’t buying more BRs than US fans. I no longer believe that theory.

    • ChadWWE says:

      DVD is not low-res, it is digital, but it isn’t HD. Apparently you haven’t dealt with vhs, tv air signals (not digital) or similar.

      • LP1 says:

        I’m sorry. Low-def, not low-res. Also, what does VHS or tv analog signals have to do with releasing today’s HD shows on BR?

  7. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

    Calling it similar to the Silvervision WM XX is a joke; that one was is way more loaded and design is definitely more cool than this standard performers-gallery pict. Besides, the actual event at MSG is 100 times better than WeirdBuildUp-Mania 32.

    • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

      WM XX box..

    • CJ Styles says:

      more loaded? The unprotected attitude era chair shots must have rattled your brain, didn’t the wm xx set just have reproduced stuff, not actual stuff from the show and autographs? Doubt reprinting tickets would be worth more

      • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

        “…The unprotected attitude era chair shots must have rattled your brain,…”

        Wow.. fantastic line.. did you come up with that your self, or you had to google it, kiddo! No wait.. I get it.. you are inspired by the Trump(et)!

        Disagree all you want..but keep it objective..or you get a taste of your own bad medicine, see!

        • CJ Styles says:

          Ironically just like Trump you’ve focused on the filler and ignored the actual point

          If that was the wittiest thing you are certainly right about it being BAD medicine

          • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

            If you got a point to actual point..then state it..and don’t use fillers as you your self call it to try attack other with stupid one might just get run over..again.

            • CJ Styles says:

              I didn’t make a point… About all the wmxx stuff just being reproductions which are cheap to make and have low value.

  8. Jon Davis says:

    Awsome!!!! Was hoping it would be Sting’s Autograph!!! Can’t wait to get this!!! Deff worth the price!

  9. Robert emons says:

    Do we know if the normal 3 disc set will have anything inside of it?

    • Daniel Bee says:

      By all accounts it’s just the standard 3 disc set in the outer box – but with some pretty cool merch along with it 🙂

  10. Alan Shore says:

    Well that’s certainly underwhelming for £90. PASS.

  11. Mark Markson says:

    They should really let you choose if you want the event on DVD or blu-ray when you order this. If I ever buy WM 32 on a home video format, I want it on blu-ray because it has better picture and sound.