Payback 2015 is the next WWE DVD release on the way, officially available in stores across the United States tomorrow. Before then, here’s an exclusive first look!
Want to get your hands on a copy? It’s only $9.98 right now here on Amazon.com.
Payback aired this time last month and was headlined by Dean Ambrose vs. Roman Reigns vs. Randy Orton vs. Seth Rollins in a Fatal 4-Way match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, and Rusev vs. John Cena in an “I Quit” match for US Championship.
Below are pre-release photos of the Payback 2015 DVD and a reminder of the extras you can expect to find on there, two of which are “Home Video Exclusive” segments.
The DVD also includes a free Topps trading card inside of Stone Cold Steve Austin.
Thanks goes out to WDN reader “JayJayRock206” for passing along the pics!
Seth Rollins defends the WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, and Randy Orton in a Fatal 4-Way Match! Will one of the challengers finally get their revenge or will Rollins continue to live up to the moniker of “The Undisputed Future” of WWE?
Plus, the war between John Cena and Rusev comes to an end as the two rivals battle in a relentless “I Quit” match for the United States Championship.
WWE Superstars and Divas dish out punishment at WWE Payback!
— Mega Powers vs. The Ascension
(Payback Kickoff Show)
— Kane Always Does What’s Best for Business
(Home Video Exclusive)
— Neville is Living Proof That Anything is Possible
(Home Video Exclusive)
There will be 5 more extras present on the UK exclusive Blu-ray edition.
– USA: Tomorrow! Get your copy of Payback here on Amazon.com.
– Australia: July 3rd. Pre-order the DVD at WWEDVD.com.au.
– UK/Europe: July 13th. Pre-order the DVD (or Blu-ray) at WWEDVD.co.uk.
Great, back to not putting the match listing on the back
Fantastic Artwork for WWE PayBack 2015 event
When do the full match listing of The Kliq and Best of WCW NITRO #3 get released?
I’d love to have everything released on Blu Ray, but obviously, the market is not there in the US or we would get them.
They can make them timed exclusives on WWEShop if they wanted to. They used to do that with certain 2002 PPV DVDs on Shop Zone.
I’m sorry but the DVDs looks so cheaply. Not to offend the DVD collectors, but it’s 2015 and WWE main releases are in DVD format like we’re 10 years back. It’s time to go full fledged and go Blu (at least in the US). You would think a big company like WWE would have this under control a long time ago. Hell they made the move to DVD a lot quicker 15 years ago.
To add to my comment: The Network versions are in HD and are better quality than their DVD format right now! And WWE releases these barebone PPV shows with no extras nowadays. So you’re pretty much getting the bang for your buck if you can sign up for the Network.
I agree with everything you wrote, but what bothers me more is 1 of the 2 pre-show matches isn’t even included with Payback. And from what I understand it’s not even going to be included on the overseas blu-ray either.