EARLY RELEASE for WWE’s ‘Undertaker: Last Ride’ DVD (Alternate Artwork!), Payback Cover Revealed

September 12, 2020 by Daniel Bee

WWE 'Undertaker: The Last Ride' Documentary Coming to DVD & Blu-ray!

“Undertaker: The Last Ride”

UK Release – November 23rd, 2020
US Release – December 15th, 2020

Not so fast! WrestlingDVDNetwork.com can exclusively reveal that WWE will in fact be releasing “Undertaker: The Last Ride” to fans in the United States first on November 17th, 2020.

This will be the date it’s available through Walmart who will have a 4-week store exclusive window.

We have word that this initial run of copies of “Undertaker: The Last Ride” in the U.S. will include ‘Alternate Artwork’ too! This looks to be alternate artwork on a slipcover over the standard packaging, and this artwork will not be present on later produced copies.

Everywhere else in the U.S besides Walmart, the trade-wide release of December 15th, 2020 will apply, which is how we’ve ended up with two different dates, since store exclusives fall outside of the regular WWE Home Video schedule.

We learned recently that the U.S. release will also include a bonus item of a ‘Taker mini comic-book, presumably included in both the Walmart exclusive and the wider release, going off early information we received. There’s a chance this is another perk to the Walmart offering, though.

“Undertaker: The Last Ride” will be a 2-disc DVD set collecting together all of the episodes in the docu-series and 25 minutes of extra footage; the animated bonus episode to the series which is titled “Tales from The Deadman”.

Our WWE DVD Release Dates page has been updated to reflect the good news of an earlier-than-expected U.S. release date.

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There are a few ‘Taker updates also coming from the UK/European side. The UK release date remains locked as November 23rd, 2020 and the release to Germany has been scheduled for later that week on November 27th.

By the way, the UK release is the day after Survivor Series 2020; as of right now the PPV will take place exactly 30 years to the day when The Undertaker made his debut at Survivor Series 1990.

Amazon product listings have now surfaced:

The UK will be receiving a standard DVD, standard Blu-ray, and a Collector’s Edition Blu-ray (the latter available through WWEDVD.co.uk).

WrestlingDVDNetwork.com has a scoop for you on the UK’s 30th Anniversary Collector’s Edition — the ‘Alternative Artwork’ in the U.S. will also be put to use as the artwork for a slipcover on the Blu-ray Collector’s Edition!

We now see this will be a 1-disc Blu-ray, and no other regions besides the UK and Germany are releasing a Blu-ray for “Undertaker: The Last Ride”. The German market will apparently have the ‘Alternative Artwork’ for both the standard DVD and the Blu-ray versions, but in limited numbers (1,000 for DVD and 1,000 Blu-ray), which sounds like another two potential ‘exclusives’ with regular versions of the DVD/Blu-ray having a different cover design in Germany.

Finally, we hear WWE’s reveal of the cover artwork is imminent, both the standard and the alternate! That should be the next update, so stay tuned. Join our free email list below to get notified:


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WrestlingDVDNetwork.com can also give you a sneak peek at the cover artwork for Payback 2020 on DVD. As confirmed recently, this will be an exclusive release to the UK and Europe in October.

Payback is currently up for pre-order at WWEDVD.co.uk but expected to be available elsewhere too.

WWE finalized the artwork you see below, while Fremantle, the UK licensee, are currently working on the remaining artwork elements such as the back cover.

WWE Payback 2020 DVD Cover Artwork - UK Exclusive

The cover artwork and bonus features for WWE’s new “Ruthless Aggression Vol. 1” DVD were just revealed by the UK licensee; check out our coverage by tapping the link:

REVEALED: Cover Artwork, Content Listing & Extras for WWE “Ruthless Aggression Vol. 1” DVD

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  1. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

    According to wwedvd.co.uk the numbers of the 30th anniv. edition of Last Ride is now limited to only 500 copies instead of the 666. Damn, I had a tiny bit hope for that magic number 666. -lol-

    Theres a few photos of the artwork.. especially the mini comic book looks cool.. drawings looks to be inspired by Jean Giraud / Moebius’ “Bluberry”.

    Still..hope they come up with a surprise bonus disc(s) full of matches..cos, I know its my favorite charachter of all time..but 75..or even worse, 90 pounds.. for one bluray disc is way too much.

    • David says:

      Considering how cheap they are reducing the number of discs per release, there is no way they are adding a bonus disc when they don’t have to.

      £90 (about $150 CAD and about $120 USD) for this is release is completely asinine…but there lot of people out there that pay $300 for DVD, so yeah, not surprised people blowing money on this trash which basically gives WWE and Freemantle, Warner, etc. the feedback to continue putting out crap because people will continue to blindly support releases like this.

  2. Andemoine Winrow says:

    I don’t understand why there will be 2 releases for ”THE UNDERTAKER-ONE LAST RIDE” d.v.d. Make it a pre-release ”WALMART” exclusive for November and release it world-wide a month later ? What’s the catch ?

    • Daniel Bee says:

      Basically Walmart has it a month early, so Walmart is where you go if you want it as quick as possible. Plus, sounds like you get unique artwork if you buy early.

      This is for the United States. It doesn’t affect other countries.

      There were a lot of details in the article above and it felt a tad confusing even from my side as I was writing it. Any more questions let me know 🙂

  3. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

    If I got my math right, the documentary’s 5 episodes + the Tales from the Deadman bonus is 5 hours and 1 minute in total.

    It’s possible and been done before, having over 5 hours content on 1 bluray disc: Royal Rumble 2018 and 2019 are with the preshow matches respectively 5 hours 7 minutes and 5 hourse 22 minutes.

    Picture quality does not seem to have problems on those. Sound, I would not know, cos WWE never been particulare good in producing powerfull soundtracks on most of their releases imo.

    Still.. does not validate a 1-disc bluray only for the leader of the Ministry of Darkness!

    • Eric says:

      This deserves a blu ray special edition. All of the episodes and a career spanning match set. I would buy that in a second. Even if it were twice as much as the standard DVD. But I am not interested in this on DVD when I can watch it on the WWE Network, in 1080p.

  4. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

    I guess I should be happy that I did an early pre-order for Last Ride collector’s edition at 75 pounds..instead of the abysmal price of 90 pounds.

    But.. I am very close at cancel it, cos.. seriously: 1 bluray disc!?! For 75 alone is horrible, but 90!? And thats before shipping costs!

    WWE better have something well kept secrets up in the sleeve to be revealed soon as extras extras..like, at least one more bluray disc with matches. Documentary is far from the best that WWE has produced..It’s okay, but very repetive. But.. it’s the Deadman, my all time favorite charachter..and definitely therefor deserves way better than 1 disc on a 30th anniv. edition!

    • Mark Markson says:

      So they did raise the price for that one? I guess my eyes didn’t deceive me… I’m not paying that much for a limited edition release. Generally, I am not that impressed with their prices. They are planning a new pressing of the 2015 Money In The Bank blu-ray. £22,99 is the price. That’s a bit steep for a show that is more than 5 years old.

      • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

        Mark: An odd show – MITB 2015 – for them to plan a new pressing for. It would be make much more sense for them to finally release MITB 2011 on bluray:

        I remember the first ever poll wwedvd.co.uk had on their site when they launched back in late 2012-early 2013: “Which ppv would you like to see be released or re-released on bluray?” (problaly not word for word like that) And there was a huge majority for MITB 2011 to be re-released as bluray.

        We can hope they now really will do that for the 10th anniversary of the greatest WWE ppv of the New / PG-only / ICW / “Reality” / PC / Social Distance – eras.

      • RabidHeat says:

        £90 for the Taker Collectors BluRay set and £22.99 for Money in the Bank 2015, a show that nobody ever points to as being an epic PPV? Lol! F*** that.

        Oh, and the layout of the new WWEDVD.co.uk site is putrid and takes forever to display correctly.

  5. Timothy J Thorpe says:

    Only a one disc blu ray? I probably should have waited before pre ordering it. There goes any matches and such up in smoke.