EXCLUSIVE: Cover Art & Extras for WWE Survivor Series 2020 DVD – The Undertaker’s Final Farewell

November 25, 2020 by Daniel Bee

WWE - The Undertaker's Final Farewell, Survivor Series 2020

Farewell, Undertaker!

The cover artwork for WWE’s Home Video release of Survivor Series 2020, headlined by a final farewell to The Undertaker, has just been signed off by the company – WrestlingDVDNetwork.com has your exclusive first look!

We have word that the 2-disc DVD set (also to be made available on Blu-ray in the UK and Germany) will include some Undertaker extras, in addition to the Kickoff Show match prior to the event.

The Survivor Series 2020 DVD is scheduled to hit the United States first on December 29th, following on both DVD and Blu-ray to fans in the UK on January 18th, 2021 and to Germany on January 22nd, 2021 (pre-orders available soon via Amazon).

Check out the full content listing and the newly-revealed cover artwork featuring The Undertaker, Sasha Banks, Roman Reigns, Paul Heyman, Asuka, and Drew McIntyre, right here:

WWE Survivor Series 2020 DVD - Cover Artwork, Undertaker's Final Farewell



Best of the Best

Men’s 5-on-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match
Team RAW (AJ Styles, Keith Lee, Sheamus, Braun Strowman & Riddle) vs. Team SmackDown (Kevin Owens, Jey Uso, King Corbin, Seth Rollins & Otis)

The New Day vs. The Street Profits

Bobby Lashley vs. Sami Zayn

A Family Discussion

Asuka vs. Sasha Banks

Thankful for the 24/7 Championship

Women’s 5-On-5 Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match
Team RAW (Nia Jax, Shayna Baszler, Lana, Lacey Evans & Peyton Royce) vs. Team SmackDown (Bianca Belair, Ruby Riott, Liv Morgan, Bayley & Natalya)

Drew McIntyre vs. Roman Reigns

Disc runtime (approx.): 2 hours and 52 minutes



Undertaker’s Final Farewell


Survivor Series 2020 Extras

The special features (on both the DVD and the UK’s Blu-ray) will include the Kickoff Show match:

— Dual-Brand Survivor Series Battle Royal
(Survivor Series 2020 Kickoff Show)

They will also include The Undertaker’s debut in 1990 and his last match 30 years later from WrestleMania 36:

— Debut of the Deadman
Survivor Series • November 22, 1990

Boneyard Match
AJ Styles vs. The Undertaker
WrestleMania 36 • April 4, 2020

Disc runtime (approx.): 1 hours and 34 minutes

Speaking of ‘Taker, the UK exclusive Collector’s Edition of “Undertaker: The Last Ride” on Blu-ray has officially released this week!

Unless you’ve been living in a coffin, you’ll know by now the package includes: the Blu-ray, a slipcover with alternate artwork, a mini comic-book, and a hand-signed photo of The Undertaker!

It appears quantities left available are running low; as of yesterday for the remaining stock the price has been increased to £99.99 per box set, so you’re one of the lucky ones if you scored a lower pre-order price. If you want to get your hands on a copy, head over to WWEDVD.co.uk now, before your opportunity rests in peace.

WWE 'Undertaker: Last Ride' Blu-ray UK Collectors Edition - Photo of Contents

The first photos of the “30th Anniversary Collectors Edition” have been shared by fans on social media, like this one above courtesy of Adam Dobson.

The free “bonus item” we mentioned in our last update turned out to be a large poster that features the alternate artwork from the Collector’s Edition and the Walmart exclusive in North America.


United States: RIGHT NOW! Get the DVD through Walmart.com, or soon via Amazon.com.

UK/Europe: RIGHT NOW! Get the DVD (or Blu-ray) on Amazon.co.uk or WWEDVD.co.uk.

Australia: TBA. Look out for a pre-order announcement soon over at Madman.com.au.

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  1. andemoine winrow says:

    I made a mistake. It was just Bayley who won the ”DOUBLE-CROSS OF THE YEAR” award.

  2. andemoine winrow says:

    I can’t believe they showed ‘THE SLAMMY AWARDS”only on the ”W>W>E NETWORK”. Sasha won for ”SUPERSTAR OF THE YEAR’, Bayley won for ”SOCIAL MEDIA OF THE YEAR” and BOTH OF THEM won for ”DOUBLE CROSS OF THE YEAR”. I hope they record this on d.v.d.

  3. Peter Bielik says:

    Damn…They actually included some extra on a DVD, or blu-ray for once? And Taker’s last match at WM to boot?

    Gotta say, that’s a nice surprise, I will buy this.

  4. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

    Recieved mine copy of the 30th anniv. Last Ride bluray.. number 300.. 😉

    Seriously: black and white switch when theres blood shown!?! :-/ Its a documentary about a man which career he chose has broken his body and scarred him…and now teacher-WWE don’t want us “lambs” to faint or risk we cry..or what ever the reason may be!

    I could – almost – accept they did it on the 9.99’er…but for fook sake not on something that I paid a huge amount for! At least they should put on a switch mode, wheather you want to watch in un-altered mode or not. But.. of course..this is the “Discount-quality era” we’re stuck in..no need to set too high standards requests. Jeeez.. 🙁

    Also.. wish they would have featured english subtitles, cos with most releases from WWE, while the HD picture quality is perfect, I never been blown away by their sound work, and sometimes it can be hard to understand whats been said, with noises in background.

    But other than that, nice to have this (final, last?) one added to the collection, as I am a huge Deadman fan. 😉

    • AK says:

      “I am a huge Deadman fan.”

      As am I. I am happy that the bell tolled and the Taker theme played as he made his grand iconic entrance at Survivor Series. The segment had its moments for sure but yes could’ve and should’ve been better. No doubt about that. Maybe when the fans are in attendance he’ll get the farewell he so definitely deserves. Vince will want to knowing him knowing the ratings and $ that will draw.

  5. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

    I was disappointed of the retirement ceremony.. I get why they could not get Brock to show up..it’s not his kind of thing, and if it was, problaly he would want too much for Vinnie-boy to pay just to stand in the ring with everyone else.

    But as the conquerer of the Streak..and as the opponent that took the Deadman to the ultimate limit..and beyound that, in every of their matches..the Beast was definitely a missing charachter.

    Also.. this is not really the retirement-retirement, knowing WWE and Vinnie Mac.. if for nothing else, then a shocking appearence by Sting and a following staredown of those 2 iconic charachter would have been awesome, bearing in mind that Sting also had his WWE debut at Survivor Series 6 years earlier very close to the date. I missed something like that.

    • RabidHeat says:

      I didn’t see much point in the guys coming out to the ring if they weren’t going to celebrate/honour him in the ring when he came out anyway. Seriously, they all had entrances and then f***ed off before he even appeared. Pointless and awkward.

      • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

        Rabidheat: “..Pointless and awkward.” You hit the nail spot on..cos why would this “retirement” segment be any different than rest of the WWE product. -lol-

        • RabidHeat says:

          Lol, fair point.

          The more I think about it, those SvS 1990 and Boneyard Match extras are a real cop-out. Seriously, Raw and SmackDown extras from the build to Survivor Series would have been so much better when DVD collectors are very likely to already have this year’s WrestleMania and that footage from SvS 1990 in their collections already. I know the weekly TV has been pretty lame during the COVID era, but at least it would be footage not previously released (and I doubt much of this COVID era show footage will be released in future as it’s quite unsightly without the real crowd).

          I mean they haven’t even used half of the disc space of that second disc, and yet a good chunk of the half they have used contains SvS 1990 and WM36 match footage. Bit lame.

          • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

            New name for the era we have been stuck in for, I don’t even wanna bother counting back how may years, but with this Survivor Series DVD/Bluray release, its now official: “WWE Discount Era is running wild” (prices not so much) -lol-

    • LP1 says:

      Brock being there wouldn’t have worked, for several reasons. One, the rest of those guys that came out are all retired. Brock isn’t. He’ll be back when they need him. So no need to have him appear out of character. Second, all of those guys that came out were really tight with Taker in real life at different points in their careers. Not really sure how close Taker and Brock were in real life.

      • LP1 says:

        Forgot about Jeff Hardy. He’s the only one still wrestling full time, but it didn’t hurt his character to be out there.

        • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

          LP1: I see your point there with the people coming to the ring being retired..well most of them at least..Hardy as you pointed out and.. we’ll never know about The Best in the Wooooorld Shane O’Mac, if he makes another Gassed out performance in Saudi land..that goes for everyone else btw.. -lol-

          But as Rabidheat very well put it: what an akward and pointless thing to have all those coming to the ring, one by one, ending the line of charachters with Kane..then the highlight package..and then to return to the ring, now emptied of all those charachters, but replaced by an very old and fragile looking Vince. (Granted, he is of course 75)

          It just felt very odd for them all to just vanish without at least some sort of tiny interaction between them and the Deadman + the hologram of Paul Bearer was nothing more than okay.

          Like I stated in my first post about it, I missed something real magical, but that goes for just about 99.99 % of the WWE product the recent years, so of course why would this be any different.

          • AK says:

            I think it was done the way it was done – not that I agree with it bc Taker deserved a way better sendoff – is bc I believe he’ll get another one….in front of the fans when they’re allowed to attend. That sendoff could be at his HOF induction ceremony whenever he goes in or on RAW or SD, both shows he has history with, or on another big ppv he’s synonymous with, the most obvious being WM despite The Streak ending.

            He’s on a 15 year contract now. Somewhere during that time, I see fans being allowed to attend shows again and I see Taker not in anymore matches but making the occasional appearances whenever fit like Austin does.

            That’s my take on it.

            As for Sting, idk. He’s not with WWE anymore last I heard. A staredown with Taker while awesome would falsely lead many who witness it thinking it’d lead to a match involving them which I don’t see happening from here on forward as much as I’ve wanted to see it bc it won’t live up to expectations since neither are in their in ring prime anymore.

    • AK says:

      “I am a huge Deadman fan.”

      As am I. I am happy that the bell tolled and the Taker theme played as he made his grand iconic entrance at Survivor Series. The segment had its moments for sure but yes could’ve and should’ve been better. No doubt about that. Maybe when the fans are in attendance he’ll get the farewell he so definitely deserves. Vince will want to knowing him knowing the ratings and $ that will draw.

  6. RabidHeat says:

    Good cover; better than when they just slapped the Undertaker alone on it in 2015 (which I feared happening again). Top title matches should always be focussed on too.

    Bit odd to put the Boneyard Match on it, although I get why; cool in a way to have his debut and his last match in one place. Just strange to have a WrestleMania match from only a few months ago be coming out on the Survivor Series DVD. Must be a bit irritating to people who collect every PPV as that’s a good chunk of time that could have gone to an extra with new content, especially if the debut was left off too.

  7. Andemoine Winrow says:

    WOW ,they don’t waste any time ! Already the cover of the new ”SURVIVOR SERIES” d.v.d is out. Great cover, good event.

  8. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

    30th anniv. edition is out of stock now. It went out of stock very short after they changed the price to the abysmal 100 pounds + shipping. Makes me even happier that I got it for the early pre-order price of 75..which I still is way over the top for what we lucky few 500 get..but, hey.. it’s the Deadman..the Minister of Darkness..the Legendary.. the Phenom.. The Undertaker.. 😉

    Still waiting for mine to arrive.. hope for it to be number 1 or 500.

    • Daniel Bee says:

      Says ‘in stock’

      • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

        Daniel: It sure does..again, as I just checked back. But yesterday, it did indeed say out of stock at one point..might have been a mistake by the guys at wwedvduk. Well..then there’s still chance for the few to get it, and good for them. 😉

  9. Timothy J Thorpe says:

    I can’t wait for the dvd to be released. Sweet listing for sure.

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