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Have you seen last Sunday’s WWE Money in the Bank 2016 PPV yet? If not, and you’re somehow still trying to avoid spoilers, then you might want to avert your eyes… NOW!
Today we have a look at the complete cover artwork for “THE GREATEST MONEY IN THE BANK IN HISTORY!” and if you hadn’t already guessed, it does feature a spoiler (or two)…
Former friends turn into bitter rivals when “The Undisputed Future” Seth Rollins makes his long awaited return to the ring against Roman Reigns for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. A dream match finally comes to life for the WWE Universe as John Cena meets “The Phenomenal One” AJ Styles for the first time ever in WWE history.
An opportunity at the WWE World Heavyweight Championship hangs in the balance as Chris Jericho, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, Cesaro, Dean Ambrose, and Alberto Del Rio try to outlast one another in a Money in the Bank Ladder Match. WWE Superstars put their money where their mouth is and risk it all at Money in the Bank.
Get “the greatest Money in the Bank in history” on DVD (or Blu-ray)…
– USA: July 19. Lock in a pre-order now for only $9.99 here on Amazon.com.
– Australia: August 17. Pre-order your copy of the MITB DVD at Madman.com.au.
– UK/Europe: August 22. Pre-order your copy of the MITB DVD (or Blu-ray) on Amazon.co.uk.
The next incoming 2016 WWE DVD and Blu-ray now confirmed with a release date is…
“OMG! ECW’s Top 50 Craziest Moments”.
It’s scheduled to hit the United Kingdom on November 14th, and one day later in the United States on November 15th. Amazon now has it to pre-order [get the DVD here], [get the Blu-ray here].
As you may recall, we have reported that ECW originals Tazz, Tommy Dreamer and Joel Gertner were among the alumni interviewed by WWE for the main countdown feature of the set.
The idea for the third volume of “OMG!” to be ECW-themed was hinted at a year ago when the company revealed a big list of potential Home Video projects — it will soon be a reality!
OMG! It’s back and this time with by far the craziest moments to date, as ECW rears its head on this series.
ECW was extreme and there is no shortage of OMG moments throughout its history. Hear exclusive interviews from ECW legends as they tell stories behind some of the craziest moments in ECW history!
RARE STUFF: Many titles from the long out-of-print WWF “Attitude Collection” are being auctioned off this weekend on eBay, including some of the rarest like the Austin vs. McMahon DVD!
Find the links below to go grab ’em before they’re gone…
$1.04 – WWF Best of WrestleMania 1-14 DVD
$1.25 – WWF TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs DVD
$3.30 – WWF Best of Survivor Series 1987-1997 DVD
$4.25 – WWF Three Faces of Foley DVD
$4.25 – WWF Eve of Destruction DVD
$5.50 – WWF The Rock: Know Your Role DVD
$13.50 – WWF Rock Bottom 1998 DVD
$16.50 – WWF Austin 3:16 Uncensored DVD
$19.50 – WWF Austin vs. McMahon DVD
$26.00 – WWF Unforgiven 1998 DVD
On the ECW OMG DVD, instead of the usual OMG music/soundbyte they’ve used for WWE and WCW’s OMG DVD’s when they do the countdown, they need to have a Joey Styles soundbyte saying OMG instead during the countdown.
I’M SICK OF SPOILER COVERS !!!!
And I’m sick of people like you complaining about them, as a wrestling you should know what happened that night
As a wrestling fan, I mean
this years was all right if i had to rank mitbs best to worst it be= 2011, 2010 2015 2013 2012 2016 this years was just a 2 match show.
i liked really 2010 for the kane cash in cause at the time it was a :O !!!! moment
and 2013 was good consitering no one really thought orton or sandow would win mitbs everyone thought cody rhodes or daniel bryan and cena henry was a good match
Tommy D brought up a very good point. MITB went about 3 hours and 24 minutes. I’m curious how they’re gonna fit the whole show on 1 disc. Not to mention the 2 pre-show matches.
I’m assuming that the preshow matches aren’t included since the PPV ran over.
Also, with the rumor that RAW and Smackdown are getting a PPV each month, I wonder if we are going to get both PPVs released on DVD each month. I’ll be pretty upset if they don’t.
My guess is RAW and SD will have PPV releases on DVD…the only one i see not is Backlash which is in September and Network exclusive, similar to Elimination Chamber, so its likely it will be released in the UK but not North America if thats the pattern.
As for Money in the Bank, i think WWE will split the show on 2 discs because nearly 3.5 hours of HD footage and the Pre-show matches will look terrible on DVD. I remember TNA use to fit about 3.5 hours on a single DVD but that was SD footage so it wasn’t that bad and there was still quality issues such as pixelation.
Kind of makes me glad to import the UK exclusive WWE Blu-rays from Amazon UK. Love having a region free Blu-ray player as it opens up all options.
When TNA first released their 3 hr pay-per-views on DVD,( Victory Road 04, Turning Point 04 & Lockdown 05 were the first 3 to be released & were in a 3 pack) the events were seperated on two disks just like Davids comment about how WWE might do it.
they did those types until like ?? hard justice 05 then started doing double disks again for random ppvs but i think spliting them would be better like they did for dvd version of summerslam 2015
I was actually at this year’s Money In The Bank. I won’t go as far as saying it’s the best one they did but it was great. 2011 is clearly the best one they did, 2016 in my opinion is either the 2nd maybe 3rd best they did.
With the brand split coming up with raw and smack down having there own ppv does anyone know if they will still release the ppvs on dvd still.
October = PAIN – *not* just a 4 letter word, when the Beast is bringing it!
November = OMG goes totally Extreme!
WWE: let’s make ’em good ol’ fashion MA! 😉
They actually wrote “The greatest Money In The Bank” pay-per-view in history” on the back cover. That is funny. They really want us to forget that MITB 2011 never happened it seems.
*to forget that MITB 2011 EVER happened
Amen to that.. the 2011 version of MITB is one of the best events in WWE history, and certainly the all time best show of the “Twitter”-era together with Extreme Rules 2012. Too bad they never released it on Blue.
I think LP1 was saying the 2011 MITB PPV was bad, not good…
Not at all. MITB 2011 was absolutely the best MITB ppv they ever did. They can put whatever label they want on this year’s show, doesn’t make it true.
I have a hard time, believing that anyone at all would consider MITB 2011 a bad show.. let alone LP1. 😉
Oh I get it now, sorry. I misunderstood LP1’s original comment.
its weird how bipolar wwe is with there blurays. in 2010 they released rumble wm summerslam hell in a cell bragging rights survivor series but not TLC??
maybe blurays dont sell well as much as other countrys but i know i buy blurays hell i just bought greatest matches vol 1 in wcw history just for the extra stuff EvEN WITH THE NETWORK
The back cover is meant to sell the DVD, do you actually think they should’ve written “the SECOND greatest MITB ever”? Or that they specifically wrote that as a slight to CM Punk, or to trick fans into forgetting about him?
I get that everyone here needs to be negative about everything, but some of these comments are downright delusional.
The spoilers wouldn’t bother me do much if they at least went to the effort of listing all the matches on the back.