REVEALED: Extras List for WWE Royal Rumble 2018 Blu-Ray, Sneak Peek of ‘Best of RAW & SD Live’ DVD

February 13, 2018 by Daniel Bee

Sneak Peek of WWE 'Best of RAW & SmackDown Live 2017' DVD

The second 3-disc WWE DVD compilation of the new year officially hit stores in the United States this time last week and it’s set to follow to UK fans in less than 2 weeks!

“The Best of RAW & SmackDown Live 2017” packs in more than 30 of the best matches and moments on the RAW and SmackDown Live brands last year. If you haven’t got your copy yet then watch an exclusive sneak peek clip below featuring host Charly Caruso talking about the “break ups” witnessed in 2017 including, of course, Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens.

Chris Jericho and Kevin Owens are featured in two matches on the set; their United States title match that marked the end of Jericho’s run with the company at that time and the Triple Threat match also for the United States title on a night Y2J made a surprise return to WWE and AJ Styles captured the gold. A highlight package of the Festival of Friendship segment from February is also shown.

Get your hands on the new DVD for $19.99 by clicking here to

WWE 'The Best of RAW & SmackDown Live 2017' DVD - Available Now!

The next WWE Home Video offering this year will be Royal Rumble 2018 beginning with the US release of the DVD on March 6th (pre-order now on

Royal Rumble 2018 was headlined by the traditional men’s Royal Rumble Match won by Shinsuke Nakamura but also the first-ever women’s Royal Rumble Match won by Asuka. This year the DVD release will be formatted as 2-disc set in order to accommodate the 4-hour PPV event and extras.

There will also be a UK exclusive Blu-ray edition which will be a single-disc release.

We’ve just received the finalized content listing which we share with you below. Please note that as of now the DVD and Blu-ray extras are expected to be identical for both versions.

WWE Royal Rumble 2018 DVD - Official Cover Artwork



Welcome to WWE’s over-the-top-rope free-for-all known as ROYAL RUMBLE. For the first time ever in WWE history, both men and women compete in Royal Rumble Matches, with the winners receiving a World Championship opportunity at WrestleMania!

Universal Champion Brock Lesnar faces Kane and Braun Strowman in a battle of behemoths. And AJ Styles defends the WWE Championship against Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn in a Handicap Match. Plus, more!




A Rumble For All

2-On-1 Handicap Match for the WWE Championship
AJ Styles vs. Kevin Owens & Sami Zayn

Were Owens & Zayn Cheated? Yep!

2-Out-of-3 Falls Match for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship
The Usos vs. Chad Gable and Shelton Benjamin

30-Man Over-The-Top Rope Royal Rumble Match

Making History! Oh It’s True!

RAW Tag Team Championship Match
Seth Rollins & Jason Jordan vs. Cesaro & Sheamus

Triple Threat Match for the Universal Championship
Brock Lesnar vs. Braun Strowman vs. Kane

First Ever 30 Woman Over-The-Top Rope Royal Rumble Match

Royal Rumble Kickoff Show:

— Kalisto, Gran Metalik, & Lince Dorado vs. TJP, Drew Gulak, & Gentleman Jack Gallagher

— Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson vs. The Revival

Open Challenge for the United States Championship
Bobby Roode vs. Mojo Rawley

WWE Royal Rumble 2018 Blu-ray - Official Cover Artwork

Get your hands on the WWE ROYAL RUMBLE 2018 DVD or Blu-ray…

United States: March 6th. Pre-order the Royal Rumble DVD now here on

UK/Europe: March 19th. Pre-order the Royal Rumble DVD (or Blu-ray) now on

Australia: March 21st. Pre-order your Royal Rumble DVD now over at

Available today from Kayfabe Commentaries is a brand new “SUPERCARD” DVD!

The series heads back to 1985 to re-experience the first WrestleMania from the perspective of “Cowboy” Bob Orton who is the special guest. Orton was of course involved in the main event of WM1 in the corner of Roddy Piper and Paul Orndorff in their match against Hulk Hogan and Mr. T.

You can watch 4 minutes of the DVD for free, right here:

Heads up, up for grabs in an eBay auction ending today is a copy of the rare 2-disc Collector’s Edition of the infamous “Self Destruction of the Ultimate Warrior” DVD…

$2.28Self Destruction of the Ultimate Warrior DVD (w/ Bonus Disc)

WWE Self Destruction of The Ultimate Warrior DVD - 2 Disc Collector's Edition

If you’re missing last year’s Royal Rumble from your collection there’s a Blu-ray version potentially going cheap in an eBay auction that’s also due to expire today…

$10.00Royal Rumble 2017 Blu-ray (Sealed, Free Shipping)

And later this week don’t miss your chance to bid on the newly-released Clash of Champions 2017 DVD and a copy of the Eric Bischoff Steelbook Blu-ray from a couple of years ago…

$9.50Clash of Champions 2017 DVD (Free Shipping)
$14.99Eric Bischoff: Most Controversial Blu-ray (Steelbook Ed.)

WWE 'Eric Bischoff - Most Controversial' DVD & Steelbook Blu-ray

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  1. whut says:

    one big disadvantage of these “marathon” shows like the Rumble is that the “extras” don’t even need to be mentioned. of course it’s going to be the matches of the kickoff show (not that I’m complaining that we get those, I appreciate that).

    • Anan says:

      While I most definitely agree with you I must say that I miss having extras content being some matches and/or segments that WWE deemed important or significant enough from RAW & SD leading up to the ppv’s.

      • whut says:

        yep, that’s what I meant. I appreciate the kickoff matches being put on. but if these ppvs wouldn’t run so INCREDIBLY LONG nowadays, there wouldn’t even be the need to pick and choose, they could put the kickoff matches and some bonus on there.

        • Anan says:

          Exactly. They might be able to put the whole preshow & ppv itself as main content. All ppvs should also have the recap and post match interviews from all the participants in the ppv like they did in 2000 (see the Fully Loaded vhs to know what I’m talking about) and now that Coach is back, he can do them like he did back then as he was awesome in that role. He recapped the whole ppv and after recapping a match, the winners and sometimes the losers if I remember it right would provide post match comments. I understand not each participant commenting on the RR match bc that’s 30 wrestlers though they could do it if they really wanted to. But for those types of multi talent matches, at least get comments from the winners and the ones who shined as well as the surprise talents if any.

          And as other extras, the matches/promos from tv leading up to the ppv that I brought up in my previous comment. I’m gonna use the 2017 RR as an example to illustrate :

          – One if the Cena/AJ in ring face off promo segments leading up to the match at the ppv

          – Taker’s return on RAW where he cut a promo confirming himself entering the RR match along with the Taker, Lesnar, Goldberg in ring staredown.

          That’s just a small example of extras though. I’d think a bluray or even dvd would be able to fit more content than I provided above. Especially more so if the preshow was “promoted” to main content where the ppv is.

    • RabidHeat says:

      I’m just hoping both sides of the atlantic manage to get the pre-show matches included on the Mania DVD this year! That was ridiculous last year.

  2. David says:

    Do you know if Ollie’s and Walmart will have Wwe dvds?

  3. Sean T Flick says:

    Don’t waste your money on the DVD. Get Best of RAW & SmackDown 2017 on Amazon Video in HD for $7.99.

    • RabidHeat says:

      I’m a DVD collector, so I’ll do what I like, thank you very much.

      • SRB says:

        Pretty much. I thought this was a DVD/media group, not an Amazon Video in HD group.

        • RabidHeat says:

          Plus I won’t be buying the DVD until it drops below 7.99 used on eBay anyway. People don’t seem to realise that 7.99 is still quite a high price to pay when you consider that you’re not getting a physical copy of the programme.

          • SRB says:

            It makes me wonder about all those people who sold away their collections because of the Network. They went from owning to streaming. The Network could literally disappear at any moment.

            • David says:

              Its possible but WWE has so much riding on the Network – they literally killed their PPV business and invested too much for it not to fail. Network is here to stay and I don’t think its going away anytime soon.

              The ones I would be worried about subscribing if you sold your TNA and/or ROH collection to is services like Global Wrestling Network and the upcoming ROH streaming. TNA had a streaming or on demand service in the past and within a year or two was shutdown. People who subscribed for the year and prepaid lost their money.

              UFC stopped distributing DVDs and are focusing on Fight Pass. I doubt that will shut down anytime soon as well. Too much is invested.

              • SRB says:

                I can agree that the Network appears to be a solid investment. I just like having physical copies of DVDs and while tons of events and shows are on the Network, I will always prefer a physical copy to something I can’t hold and do not technically own.

                I’ve sold many DVDs over the years and always regretted it later. I’m always curious about people who sold their DVDs and if they are regretful or not.

    • Timothy J Thorpe says:

      Whoops! Too late! I already bought a copy!

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