Full List of 12 Extras Revealed for WWE SummerSlam 2014 DVD & Blu-Ray

August 21, 2014 by Daniel Bee

Revealed here at WWEDVD.co.uk are the planned extra features for WWE SummerSlam 2014 on DVD and Blu-ray!

WWE SummerSlam 2014 PPV Logo

The DVD will hit stores first across the United States on September 16th. You can pre-order a copy with Amazon by clicking here.

For SummerSlam, a Blu-ray edition will be released worldwide, including in the US. The DVD/Blu-ray follows on to the UK and Australia in October.

DVD Extras

– A Special Look at the Chris Jericho-Bray Wyatt Rivalry

– Rob Van Dam vs. Cesaro (SummerSlam Kickoff Match)

– What’s Next for Roman Reigns? (Home Video Exclusive)

– Nikki Bella Will Not Be Forgotten (Home Video Exclusive)

WWE SummerSlam 2014 Poster - Brock Lesnar vs. John Cena
Blu-ray Exclusives

Monday Night Raw • July 21, 2014
– Nikki Bella vs. Alicia Fox, Cameron, Eva Marie & Rosa Mendes
– Stephanie McMahon Gets Arrested
– Brock Lesnar is The Authority’s “Plan C”

Monday Night Raw • July 28, 2014
– John Cena Has More Passion than Brock Lesnar

Monday Night Raw • August 4, 2014
– Stephanie McMahon vs. Brie Bella Contract Signing

SmackDown • August 8, 2014
– Dean Ambrose Wants Seth Rollins in a Wall of Flesh

Monday Night Raw • August 11, 2014
– Bray Wyatt and Chris Jericho Face-to-Face
– Brock Lesnar Crashes Hulk Hogan’s Birthday Celebration

“The 50 Greatest Finishing Moves in WWE History” will be the next WWE DVD feature added to the WWE Network. The countdown of that DVD had a runtime of about 2 hours.

We’ve added that to our new “WWE DVDs on WWE Network” page.

WWE Network - 50 Greatest Finishing Moves DVD

These deals may have you purring!

A copy of the hard to find (Region 1) RAW Homecoming DVD ends here on eBay.com later today, and the current bid at the time of writing is only $37.00.

$37.00RAW Homecoming DVD

WWE RAW Homecoming DVD - Rare

Tomorrow, a sealed copy of the out-of-print WrestleMania 24 Blu-ray is up for grabs. The current bid on that one at the time of writing is only $3.04!

$3.04WrestleMania 24 Blu-ray

Also tomorrow, these 8 rare WWF DVDs end on eBay, all less than $10 each right now.

WWF King of the Ring 2001 DVD - Rare

$0.99WWF Unforgiven 2001 DVD
$2.25WWF SummerSlam 1999 DVD
$2.54WWF No Way Out 2002 DVD
$3.04WWF King of the Ring 2001 DVD
$4.75WWF SummerSlam 2001 DVD
$6.01WWF No Mercy 2001 DVD
$6.50WWF Survivor Series 2000 DVD
$6.50WWF SummerSlam 2000 DVD

New WWE DVDs on Amazon.co.uk

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  1. Brad Attitude says:

    I miss it when WWE would put promos for dvd extras. Wish they’d go back to doing it.

  2. robert emons says:

    can u please upload the summerslam 2014 dvd cover thanks

    • Daniel Bee says:

      We will once it’s out. 🙂

      • Justin F says:

        I bet the cover will have Lesnar waving the WWE title in the air.

        • attitude.era.4life says:

          or, they follow the non-innovative trend of using images from past, like the promotion poster for ss this year, having Cena from extreme rules 2012 and Brock from Summerslam 2012.

          Maybe, they can use Cena from New Years Revolution 2006..after Edge beat him for the championship..at least, that poster would be a true image of the intimidating and brutale Brock, that Lesnar said he would be.. (Am I being sarcastic? YES!)

  3. John Peterson says:

    Can’t wait to get Summerslam on Blu Ray.I had the privilege of being at Summerslam this year and it was awesome

    By the way,If you guys have an FYE Store in your area,There should be selling copys of the Wrestlemania 24 Blu Ray for 5 bucks.I saw a couple of copys at mine.

  4. Jax teller says:

    A 3disc documentary set on these following men i would buy every one (Undertaker, Kane, Bam Bam Bigelo, Daniel Bryan, Bruno Sammartino, Bob Backlund, Yokozuna, Owen Hart, Diesel, Scott Hall, Sabu, Booker T, Dudley Boyz, Vader, Xpac, Shane McMahon, Sandman (maby w/o matches just doc), Sting, Macho Man, Taz, Goldust, Mark Henry, Hulk Hogan, Jerry Lawler, Stiener Brothers, British Bulldog, Dean Milenko, 2 Cold Scrorpio, Tommy Dreamer, and many many more but do you agree or which do you agree and disagree and which would you add to this list?

    • attitude.era.4life says:

      Undertaker, just like Austin had, should have a 3 disc Bluray..

      Shane O’mac I always longed for an Ultimate match collection, which could be part of a Complete McMahon set of 3-4 Bluray discs, compiling the re-release of the McMahon 2006 set with later matches and segments; unfortunately, that will never happen problaly, since it is a more “polite” and family-friendly product, and that McMahon profile set is far from being that + the Mr. McMahon character is definitely not something Vince would associate with today, I assume.

      Demolition is a release, I’d like to see.. I guss a 2-discs DVD/1-disc Bluray would make enough, but that was my favorite team from the 80’s, and imo deserve a place in the hof.

      Others on your list, that already are not in production, I do not see point in, cos they were covered well enough for my taste in other multiple-profile releases.

  5. Vintage Simon says:

    I sincerely hope that RVD vs. Cesaro is the full match, complete with entrances. I felt highly violated last year, when they joined RVD vs. Dean Ambrose half-way through the match.

    Also, screw the Homecoming DVD, how much for the cats poster?

  6. Jax teller says:

    Everything im about to say are simply my opinions, prdictions, some facts, and theories…anyway…as far as the brock/cena match being so one sided could have been booked for a number of reasons and heres my theorys ( to make the next champ who beats brock look that much better, brocks contract exspires the night after wm31 and may have a certain number of matches he still has to fulfill before his contract is up and him being champ may be the best way to book him (hopefully) as defending the belt in ever upcoming ppv, also cena couldve been hurt and brock was the best guy to beat cena that badly). In an interview i saw with the rock he mentioned that if he had not been injured at wm29 they were working toward a program with him and brock and he also stated and made it sound pretty obvious that he will be wrestling at wm31 so maby he returns at the royal rumble and possibly wins and takes the belt from brock which would be a cool main event. Maby the undertaker returns for a rematch at wm31 as a retirement match because lets face it…the wm28 with hhh was great, wm29 with cm punk was great but wm30 with brock was not a great match by any means and i started to realize it was the undertakers last few opponents since the hell in a cell with hunter that were making the undertakers matches so great because if you study the punk/taker match cm punk was a big reason that match was so great because he carried taker and did as much as he could to not let fans see how quickly taker was getting blown up….and taker doesnt have much left in my opinion and i think his next match should be his last and against the right opponant because brock lesnar is not (and again this is all my opinion) not that technically sound and is incapable of producing a great match without a great opponant, thats why i believe the lesnar/big show match went the way it did because if it would have been an actuall “match” it wouldve been absolutly horrible. Lesnar is a brawler, not a technicall wrestler, he has very few offensive moves hence the 16 suplexes last sunday against cena. Im a fan of technicall wrestling, i love alot of the attitude era style matches such as stone cold/rock/hhh/mankind/undertaker matches where they did alot of out of the ring stuff as well as in ring wrestling…daniel bryan and cm punk had one of the best matches of 2012 in my opinion at over the limit…cant wait for bryan to return and wish punk would as well. Im getting off topic but anyway, i was a tad bit upset with summerslam only because I dont think the card was booked right, yes lesnar/cena was good for buisness despite the fact that i have a hard time calling it a wrestling match ( i was hopeing and also ecspecting something more like their match at the extreme rules 2012 which was a descent match) it just couldve gone better than lesnar dominating cena the whole match but i do believe theyres a reason behind it which time will tell…please let me know what you guys think of my theories..

    • SRB says:

      “Lesnar is a brawler, not a technicall wrestler”

      Couldn’t disagree more. In college he went 106-5 for technical and NCAA Division wrestling. Regarding his early WWE work, Take a look at his matches against Taker, Angle, and Guerrero. You will see an entirely different Lesnar. Finally, check out his Japan work against Bernard and Chono. That Lesnar is different from the one we see today. That was a more technical wrestler with a wider selection of maneuvers and frankly, that is the Lesnar I miss. This ground and pound Lesnar we see today is not entertaining to watch and is a pretty poor “wrestler.”

      • attitude.era.4life says:

        the reason for the Brock Lesnar version we see these days, is appearently to show that he is a Beast and a Monster and bla bla bla..

        well.. I agree with you, SRB, I miss that -technical- ruthless agression Beast from 2002-2004.. problem is, these PG days, who I believe firmly, are here to stay, it is not allowed to let that Beast with ruthless agression out anymore..

        admit, we saw a glimpse of it at Extreme Rules 2012.. but, that was clearly the last time we’ll ever have a WWE match like that assembling the days of Ruthless.. and Toothless Agression..

        Brock Lesnar is one of my favorite wrestlers.. but, he is in the wrong era and wrong business.. the booking at SS this year gave me the suspect impression that Cena maybe legit hurt, but because of business, it would be damage to make him give up the belts..that would be twice happening this year, which is s.hit for business of course.. again.. only my impression of that match.. not in a million years as a booker, would I plan such a match for the title at the second-grandest stage of a entertainment company.. I’d do it on a RAW…at most..

      • Kenny says:

        Brock really isn’t a “technical” wrestler, per se. He has the ability to be, but Brock Lesnar in 2014 doesn’t use it; much like Steve Austin was a great technical wrestler, but when he became “Stone Cold”, he worked a totally different style. It’s a similar concept here.

        The Brock Lesnar of 2003 is a totally different guy than the Brock Lesnar we see today. Today, Brock will use “wrestling moves”, but he just uses them as a means to beat the hell out of you when he’s not pounding you into the ground.

        I thought the SummerSlam match was great. It was brilliantly laid out, it told some great stories during it, and the execution of the match was spot-on by everybody involved in the match itself. It wasn’t fast-paced; every single thing that happened in the match happened for a reason, and it meant something; it wasn’t a bunch of moves in rapid succession because guys wanted to get their stuff in. They all got their spots in, but it was all in a way that made sense and it all came together in the end.

        I thought it was a brilliant professional wrestling match.

        • attitude.era.4life says:

          to a certain degree, I follow what you saying, Kenny.. my problem with the match is, that it happend on what many consider the second-grandest stage of the wwe arena (yours truly not included though). I get it, you tell a story, to showcase a force and a weaknes, a conquerer and a martyrer..

          but, please..such a one-sided offense performance on the so called second-biggest night of the wwe calendar, with a weak performance from the Franchise of the company…that I could get, if this was against the supposely upcoming star Roman.. I would understand that..to show a glimpse of the shift of guard.. but, against Brock..at least could it be like at Extreme Rules 2012. The promos up to this years main event at summerslam made me excited for a match similar to er ’12. Instead, what I got, was a RAW segment like…at most.

          • Kenny says:

            The way I look at the match was that, despite it being so one-sided, I can’t honestly say that it wasn’t the most exciting and intense match on the show. All of the drama, intensity, wondering who was going to win (and the second- and third-guessing)…everything that was promised in the build-up was delivered to me.

            I may be a little old-school with the idea that the “big fight” doesn’t have to be the most athletic ‘contest’ on the card. We got all of that in the undercard here. What we got was something big, and something that we’ve never seen before.

            Now how WWE follows it up…that’s another conversation. I’ve seen them create some great angles and stories that had everyone buzzing and excited; but I’ve also seen them take those same angles and kill them dead because they don’t know how to keep that interest and how to build it to make it something even bigger.

            I think this is designed more to lay the groundwork for what you’re talking about.

            • attitude.era.4life says:

              I guess, we’ll have to see, sure.. like you say: history has shown, that it can go either excellent or disaterfull out..

              the Lumberjack match I agree with was awesome and has the big match feel, and truly shows that at least Ambrose and Rollins..along with Wyat (match that night not that great imo though), represent the most interesting development for the future.

              • Kenny says:

                I thought Ambrose and Rollins had a great match that happened to have a bunch of guys watching at ringside. I don’t understand why it was a lumberjack match, but either way, their match–minus all the other guys–was a really good match!

                If this was just a straight one-on-one match, it would make perfect sense for the rematch to be the lumberjack match, and then finish it off the next month with Hell In a Cell.

                Is it just me, or has Bray Wyatt really cooled off lately?

                • attitude.era.4life says:

                  Bray Wyatt imo had the greatest momentum at the rumble and the elimination chamber this year.. the match agains Bryant is the best one on one match this far this year.. would actually be cool to see it win the match of the year..would be the first time that a ppv opener would win that one..and be a perfect example how this year up untill now is..and problaly will end: fewer and fewer great outstanding matches, a sad evelopment started at the second half of 2012.

                  The elimination chamber match between The Wyatts and The Shield is my second favorite match of this year..

                  The Cena – Wyatt feud was terrible, and I am sadden to say that I think Jericho for real should retire..and I am saying this as a true Jerichoholic.. guess, the age is the factor..some people though seem to not face that fact…the Hulkster, anyone!? 😉

  7. David says:

    No Heyman rap ? That sucks !