Exclusive: WWE nWo – New World Order DVD Cover Revealed

September 13, 2012 by Mark D

After what feels like forever, we can now reveal the cover artwork for WWE: The New World Order, thanks to WWEDVD.com.au.

The 3-disc DVD and 2-disc Blu-ray are released on November 6, 2012 [pre order now] and will look at the controversial history of the nWo (New World Order) and their reign over sports entertainment in the 1990s.


In the mid-90s, a malicious group of renegades ‘invaded’ World Championship Wrestling, shaking the landscape of the sports-entertainment world and turning the tables on Monday Night War. Little did anyone know, the shock of the century was yet to come. When Hulk Hogan did the unthinkable and turned his back on the fans, The Outsiders had officially become The New World Order, and chaos ensued. Now, relive the history of one of the most infamous and controversial factions of all time with this brand new documentary. Get the inside scoop from those who lived it, such as Kevin Nash, Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff, as well as new interviews from Superstars who were inspired and enthralled by the nWo. Also featuring the definitive matches and moments from the era, including battles for the WCW World Heavyweight title, stunning defections to the nWo and the internal strife that eventually tore the group apart.

The New World Order 3-disc DVD and 2-disc Blu-ray hits stores in the US on November 6, and you can get hold of your copy by clicking here.

New World Order will also be released on DVD & Blu-ray for UK and European fans via SilverVision.co.uk and Australian fans from WWEDVD.com.au.

What are your thoughts on the cover? As always it’s great to hear from you, so share your comments below.

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  1. Mongoose Wizard says:

    And sorry for the extra O in revolution :/

  2. Mongoose Wizard says:

    Has anyone else noticed this or is it just me that on the cover revoloution is seplled like this reVOLoution like there implying VOL which in WWE terms means Volume….Maybe there will be even more NWO releases after this one like the Monday Nitro set.

  3. Harry Faversham says:

    If this cover is ‘boring’ then why did they sell so many shirts that look like it?

    • pmdmf says:

      I never said it was boring, nor did I mean to imply it was. Some people were not liking the cover almost (if not all the way) to the point of not buying it. Just simply saying.

      • Harry Faversham says:

        No mate. The guy below said it was boring. I agree with the points you made. Its what’s on the DVD that counts. Although a good cover and a good title is nice. I really like everything except that ‘Revolution’ part. I don’t know why they didnt stick to what was used in the storyline and call it ‘hostile takeover’. But again its the content that really matters and I’m feeling quite impatient to find out what that is. Have a nice day!

  4. pmdmf says:

    Anyone not buying this due to a “boring” cover is nuts. You don’t put the cover in your player, just the discs inside.

  5. Shane C. Montgomery says:

    Forgot to mention this in last post, but I have an extra copy of “The Rise and Fall of ECW” on DVD and still in shrink wrap if anyone wants it, free of course, don’t need two. In the US would be cool. email me shanecmontgomery@excite.com

    • Shane says:

      Gave the ECW away to the first person who emailed me. Will mail it out Monday, so it is no longer available, thanks to everyone who emailed.

  6. Shane C. Montgomery says:

    This is one I said last month that I would pass on, but since I have not missed any yet this year, will be picking this one up as well. Been a great year for WWE DVDs! This site is great, love being able to see these in advance.

  7. Gor Gor says:

    And Scott hall is where in all of this

  8. rod says:

    hate the cover, personally boring zzzz… not buy, too bad the cover sucks so bad. would have loved better packaging for display purposes.

  9. insanetombstone96 says:

    Can anyone PLZ tell me if this is the real Cover for a Nexus DVD?

  10. John says:

    Releasing a Nexus set really surpised me, I never except a Nexus set!

    I might be interested in the Nexus set depending on how many matches on it

  11. nightmare says:

    For me it depends on what on this set I have to have more info before I even pre order this one .

  12. Kinda off the subject…various Internet sites are reporting that WWE is removing all “attitude” era content from their website and other platforms, due to Linda’s senatorial race. I wonder if the upcoming “attitude” era DVD is now in jeopardy of not being released.

    • Peter O'Shea says:

      @notorious1N87, I can’t see it being in any jeopardy. The WWE can’t control what goes up on Youtube, so they just take down whole videos. At least with their own releases, the WWE can censor things if need be.
      I’m hoping that there was a recent settlement with the World Wildlife Fund, I may actually buy the Attitude DVD (despite already owning every WWF show and PPV of that time), if it’s not heavily edited.

  13. john peterson says:

    Looking forward to this set,But the doc won’t be the same without hearing new stuff from Hogan,Bischoff,and Hall.

  14. Anonymous says:

    I like the cover, but the Revolution moniker is odd. Especially since WCW had a Revolution stable that was essentially the precursor to WWE’s Radicalz.

  15. Yeah, plain covers will put off buyers, just ask Metallica, Jay-Z, AC/DC, or The Beatles, a plain white cover, what were they thinking?!

  16. rohfan says:

    to be honest im really worried this set will suck,if they have a documentary they wont have hardly anything for extras usually when they have a documentary they only have like ten matches which knowing wwe will be all repeats so im just gonna wait till the list comes out to say its gonna be a great set or a pass

  17. Steven says:

    Instead of the Revolution it should be new world order, it’s the nWo not a Revolution or Nexus. I find it odd that Slapnuts Jeff Jarrett or Bret Hart never did the nWo sign while in nWo 2000. I wonder if this dvd/blu-ray will cover nWo 2000.

  18. Steven says:

    This is going to be the great, it’s a toss up of DVD of the year between this and The Attitude Era.

  19. Anonymous says:

    like it

  20. adaceg says:

    Good cover …. They have also just relased the cover for the eagerly anticipated Nexus DVD Set!


  21. Markus says:

    I like it. It’s simple and show the most important thing of this set: The nWo logo. But I would write “new World order” instead of “the Revolution”.

  22. RabidHeat says:

    It will probably become quite trendy to support the “simplicity” of the cover, but personally, I just think the average buyer will be put off by it. £17.99 for a 3-disc set with a cover like that, showing nothing about it’s content? That’s not how I think, but lots will. I think this might have been a good opportunity to just cram as many faces as possible of all the MAIN superstars who wre in it on to the front, albeit in black and white, since that’s not really been done before. Hogan, Nash and Hall would obviously be slightly larger than everybody else and positioned at the centre. I realise you couldn’t put everybody on there, so the likes of Vincent/Virgil could be left off! Lol.

    I just like busy covers, not plain ones. Sue me, lol.

    • Mark D says:

      To be fair we haven’t seen the back, and I’m guessing in a store an average buyer even if they are a little interested would take a look at the back. In a way it may stand out more on a shelf because of its simplicity, as it’s unlike everything else.

  23. Steve G says:

    I think the cover being simple gives it class and an aura about it and this is what the nWo legacy truly is. I can understand the argument that someone brought up about WWE not wanting to glorify the members who are in TNA now because sometimes they tend to do this. Excluding the Clash and Nitro covers of course. This will be a great release but what will ultimately be a let down is not having updated Hogan or Bischoff footage. I am hevily critical of WWE DVD releases due to repeats and releases that are just not needed but I will give credit where it is due that in 2013 the releases are on point. Let’s just hope that they don’t focus on guys that are in good standing with the company today like the Billy Kidman’s of the world. Guys like him were good but insignificant in the grad scheme of things. But WWE puts them in these DVD’s so they can get a royalty check.

  24. Roberto says:

    I have a rare copy of trish stratus collectors edition DVD. I am accepting offers if any one would want it.

  25. Daniel Bee says:

    Prediction. A fair few people express their dislike for this cover because it’s too simple. However, upon seeing the finished product, with the ever superb artwork on the inside, they change their mind pretty quick. See Taker Streak.

  26. mommy says:

    i for one love the simple covers, just the nwo logo is all it needs, they go overboard sometimes with over the top stuff on covers, the nwo logo is all it needs, nothing more

  27. zach says:

    simple, yet nice cover. cant wait for this dvd!

  28. Jesus Lopez says:

    I was a huge nWo fan and anticipate this release as much as anyone. That being said, I think WWE took a the easy way out in producing this cover. It’s a no-brainier why they went in this direction for a cover. Hogan was the cornerstone of the nWO but no longer being associated with WWE will not be given anymore credit than absolutely necessary. Granted, the cover is cool. But seeing how important the nWo moment was, I think it deserved a greater, more impacting design. How beautiful was the latest Undertaker DVD/Blue-Ray cover? Gorgeous! Come on, Vince! Get over yourself. The war is over. You won. Give history the proper recognition it deserves. Still, I can’t wait! Thanks for reading.

    • Dave says:

      Don’t know how you really come up with these asinine theories. It didn’t stop WWE from putting Sting and Flair on the Clash cover with both in TNA. Look at the Nitro DVD last year, half those guys were in TNA.

      An nWo DVD doesn’t need anyone on the front…the initials nWo are effective enough and well known from fans.

      Please stop pulling out these so called theories out your ass.

    • no says:

      You’re a idiot.

    • AJ says:

      You’re probably right, Vince sat around with all that free time he has designing DVD covers and said F Hogan, he won’t be on my cover. He probably did this right after he went on some wrestling boards and read fans storylines and stole them as his own.

  29. TBG says:

    This set is meaningless without two HUGE moments:
    -the last great nWo moment, not to mention the last great War Games, War Games 1997
    -Hulk Hogan’s Uncensored 1999 cage match against Ric Flair where they do a double turn. The nWo essentially disintegrated and were never the same again, while Hulkamania was reborn.

  30. Vincenzzzzzo says:

    Even though it’ll be the same exact thing, I’m excited to see the Blu-ray cover eventually, lol. Nice cover. Didn’t need to be anything fancy for this release. Just the logo tells the story.

    The nWo should have stayed at around 5-6 members, and thats it. After it split into nWo Wolfpac and nWo Hollywood, thats when I lost interest.

    Anyway, great release. I’m really looking forward to November 6th. Blu-ray baby. The only way to go.

  31. JFR_WWfE79 says:

    Very simple cover and I like it. Hope the Attitude Era cover will be released shortly.

    • LP1 says:

      I agree. And with the simplicity of the nWo dvd cover just having the logo on it, how great would it be if the Attitude Era dvd cover had nothing but the WWF Attitude logo on it? A little poetic justice if you ask me.

      • Brainiac says:

        I think the scratch logo would be excellent. I think it would show “attitude” by adding Steve Austin flipping the bird to Mr. McMahon 😉 😉

  32. Chad says:

    Don’t vote on November 6th, go out and buy this instead

  33. Joe Israel says:

    Great cover. I really hope they don’t skip over the Wolfpac/Hollywood split in the doc. That’s a period the WWE often likes to forget exists (like Rey’s unmasked era).

    • Peter O'Shea says:

      @Joe Israel. The WWE don’t choose to forget Rey Mysterio’s unmasking. They obviously have more respect than what WCW ever did regarding the mask. It was dumb of WCW to force Rey to do it.

  34. John says:

    I loved the red and black Wolfpac!

  35. NERD says:

    They really should go in depth with the nWo – as you guys already said Wolfpack / lWo, and interviews with Bischoff/Hogan are going to be recycled, but at least they can talk to Nash, Booker, Rey. DDP some guys who actually were there when it happened

  36. @imdjluis says:

    Hopefully they actually spend some time on the red & black Wolfpac, both editions, and even the LWO.

  37. @imdjluis says:

    It’s alright, I would have liked to have seen the logo colorized with all version of the group, black background still with the logo being split into white, red, green and silver.

    • Vincenzzzzzo says:

      Huh? white, red, green, silver and black? Why don’t WWE just put Fred Flinstone on the cover too while we’re at it.

  38. Dave says:

    Nice! very simple cover, yet effective.

    Can’t wait until the listing is out…since the cover is released looks like the content reveal is not far away. Silver Vision will probably have it up soon hopefully.

  39. Mabel says:

    Even though Chris Benoit was in it, I hope the War Games match between the Horsemen vs nWo is added because of Curt Hennig’s defection to the nWo … and the infamous cage door being slammed o Ric Flair’s head lol.

  40. John says:

    Harris-I totally agree with what you said, putting all the members on the cover would be too much so that is why I said they should put only Hogan, Nash, and Hall on the cover since they started NWO and “Hostile Takeover” would have been perfect instead of Revolution

  41. Now that is a cover. The simplicity of it alone is better than if they made a collage.

  42. Harry Faversham says:

    Not sure about the ‘revolution’. ‘Hostile Takeover’ was more my cup of tea. But at least its black and white, Putting all the members on the cover might have looked a bit rubbish as there were so many and it all comes down to the t-shirt with the logo on it, so just having it black and white with the logo is the perfect cover. I’m sure this is just the outer cover and there will be lots of nice nWo pictures on the inside / discs. I haven’t looked forward to a wrestling release this much in years.

  43. SRB says:

    Since there were so many wrestlers in the NWO, as John said, this would have been a great opportunity to showcase them all on the cover… and not too sure what “The Revolution” means

  44. Tommy B says:

    Simple, yet effective

  45. John says:

    The cover could have added Hogan, Nash, and Scott on it but otherwise, it is a decent cover

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