Cover Artwork for WWE ‘United We Slam – Best of Great American Bash’ DVD

May 5, 2014 by Daniel Bee

WCW Great American Bash Logo

We can now show you the planned cover artwork for the July WWE DVD and Blu-ray release – “United We Slam: The Best of Great American Bash“.

As you’ve heard previously, this 3 disc DVD and 2 disc Blu-Ray set hits stores across the United States on July 15th. It will compile match picks from Jim Crockett Promotions, WCW Great American Bash events, and the 2004-2009 WWE PPVs too.

WWE United We Slam - Best of Great American Bash DVD Cover

The content listing for “United We Slam” has not yet come out but should be unveiled over the coming weeks here on You can already pre-order a copy of the DVD or Blu-ray with Amazon by clicking here or by using the buttons below.

It is scheduled for release to the UK and Europe also in July, then looks to be following to the Australian market in early August. Stay tuned for more updates.

WrestleMania 18 DVD - Rare WWF DVDs

Linked to below are 15 “rare” WWF/WWE DVD auctions upcoming this week. Some stand-outs here include the double disc Rock Just Bring It DVD, WrestleMania 16-18 (two copies of WrestleMania 17), Survivor Series 2000, and Divas Tropical Pleasure. Happy bidding!

$0.99WWF Survivor Series 2001 DVD
$0.99WWE Rock Just Bring It! DVD (2 Disc)
$1.00WWF Best of RAW Vol. 1 & 2 DVD
$2.25WWF Lita It Just Feels Right DVD
$2.25WWF Hardy Boyz Leap of Faith DVD
$3.99WWF No Mercy 2001 DVD
$6.00WWE Vengeance 2002 DVD (Cut into Blu-ray case?)
$7.00WWF Divas Tropical Pleasure DVD
$10.00WWF Survivor Series 2000 DVD
$17.00WWF Royal Rumble 2000 DVD
$20.00WWF WrestleMania 18 DVD
$20.50WWF Undertaker This is My Yard DVD
$20.50WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD
$24.99WWF WrestleMania 16 DVD
$60.00WWF WrestleMania 17, Vengeance 2001, SummerSlam 2000 DVDs

The WCW Greatest PPV Matches Vol. 1 DVD/Blu-ray was officially released today to fans in the UK and Europe. That’s in stock now here at, priced from £19.99.

Some of its content is shown in the promotional image below.

WCW Greatest PPV Matches DVD & Blu-ray Content

This time next week, Elimination Chamber 2014 will be released on Blu-ray in UK/Europe.

You may recall that this PPV event was only put on DVD format elsewhere. Below is a look at each of the Blu-ray exclusive segments on there, along with their runtimes too.

WWE Elimination Chamber 2014 DVD & Blu-ray

Blu-ray Exclusives

WWE RAW - Elimination Chamber Qualifying Tag Match

Monday Night Raw • January 27, 2014:
Elimination Chamber Qualifying Match
John Cena, Daniel Bryan & Sheamus vs. The Shield (26:48)

WWE The Shield Break Up

SmackDown • January 31, 2014:
– The Shield Challenge the Wyatt Family (9:27)

WWE Batista and Albero Del Rio Promo

Monday Night Raw • February 3, 2014:
– Batista and Alberto Del Rio Discuss Their Unfinished Business (05:21)

WWE Smackdown Fatal 4-Way Match 2014

SmackDown • February 14, 2014:
Fatal 4- Way Match for Intercontinental Championship #1 Contender
Mark Henry vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Rey Mysterio vs. Jack Swagger (11:52)

WWE Batista and Triple H Backstage

Monday Night Raw • February 17, 2014:
– Randy Orton Thanks Triple H For His Support (02:50)

WWE RAW - Randy Orton vs Sheamus

Monday Night Raw • February 17, 2014:
Randy Orton vs. Sheamus (16:01)

WWE Smackdown - Road Dogg vs Jimmy Uso

SmackDown • February 21, 2014:
– Jimmy Uso vs. Road Dogg (04:59)

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  1. Mike Poulin says:

    Here’s what I would put on this set. Discs 1 and 2 are WCW footage and disc 3 is WWE.

    Disc 1
    Sting and Nikita Koloff vs Arn Anderson and Tully Blanchard GAB 1988
    Luger vs Steamboat from 1989
    Flair vs Funk from GAB 1989
    Doom vs Rock and Roll Express GAB 1990
    Nikita Koloff vs Sting Russian Chain Match 1991
    Barry Windham and Dustin Rhodes vs Rick Rude and Steve Austin 1992

    Disc 2
    Vader vs Sting from 1992
    Wright vs Pillman from 1995
    Flair vs Savage from 1995
    Malenko vs Mysterio from 1996
    Hall and Nash attack Bischoff from 1996
    Outsiders vs Flair and Piper from 1997
    Savage vs Page 2 from 1997
    Booker T vs Finlay from 1998
    Rick Steiner vs Sting from 1999

    Disc 3 the WWE Years
    Chavo vs Rey from 2004
    JBL vs Eddie from 2004
    Eddie vs Rey from 2005
    London/Kendrick vs Noble/Kash from 2006
    Umaga vs Jeff Hardy from 2007
    Cena vs Lashley from 2007
    HBK vs Jericho from 2008

  2. Peter J says:

    Alex Wright vs Brian Pillman at the GAB 1995 needs to be an extra. That match is forgotten about & still very underrated to this day

  3. Newton says:

    why is wwe still coming out with best of wcw ppv sets? all these matches are on the network

    the moneys at best of wcw tv show matches. id buy a set that had thunder, saturday night, old nwa sat morning show matches…

    • Mike Poulin says:

      Not everyone is going to sit through a whole show for one or two matches so there’s still money in these DVD’s sets.

  4. T Seether says:

    Nice cover. Looks very old school, like an early 90’s home video release. Should be an interesting watch.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Nice cover, but awful awful photoshop on Dusty.

  6. Erik G. says:

    That’s a striking cover, but the picture of Sting is a bit too cartoonish. I really like how the WWE home video department tries to make all of these covers distinct.

  7. dustin says:

    “This time next week, Elimination Chamber 2013 will be released on Blu-ray in UK/Europe”
    shouldn’t that say Elimination Chamber 2014?

  8. R&REXPRESS#1 says:

    Very nice cover, very nice…..hope the match list is just as sweet.

  9. Vincenzzzzzo says:

    Cool cover for the Great American Bash DVD. Looking forward to the match listing for it. I hope they release Hall and Nash powerbombing Eric Bischoff off the stage in 1996 segment.

  10. SRB says:

    Incredible cover! Great picture there!

    Now, how about those Batista extras? 🙂

  11. Brad Attitude says:

    Like the cover but why does the blonde hair Sting get so much love over his Crow look?

    • Charlie Brick says:

      Probably because the blonde sting was actually a good performer.

    • R&REXPRESS#1 says:

      My guess would be that WWE is trying to speak to the older, oldskool fans (like myself) & the “surfer” Sting was a major staple & favorite in the G.A.B for MANY years before his “crow” debut….after all, one of the Bash’s greatest is Sting v.s. Flair, 1990 & that was Sting’s look man….I think it just basically represents classic NWA-WCW…..although I prefer the crow look too, the wolfpack version of the red & black was badass.

  12. Presler says:

    Why Orton vs. Sheamus and not Cesaro vs. Orton? Cesaro vs. Orton was fantastic!

  13. Looks a fair bit like some old WCW VHS covers, if that’s what they’re going for then I like it!

  14. TheManInBlu says:

    Awesome cover!! Looking forward to vintage matches from the old school era \m/