REVEALED: Five More Limited Edition WWE DVD Box Sets in 2016, WrestleMania 32 Released Today!

May 10, 2016 by Daniel Bee

WWE WrestleMania 32 (2016) - Logo

Heads up, WrestleMania 32 officially released to the United States TODAY!

The DVD is in stock and shipping now here on and here on

A limited edition Steelbook Blu-ray version is being offered online and in-store through Best Buy.

WDN reader Jamie T. sent in these snaps of the Blu-ray menus:

WWE WrestleMania 32 Blu-ray Menu - Sasha Banks

WWE WrestleMania 32 Blu-ray Menu - Hall of Fame 2016

Get your copy of the WWE WrestleMania 32 DVD or Blu-ray…

USA: Now! WrestleMania has landed on DVD/Blu-ray at and

Australia: May 18th. Pre-order the DVD or Blu-ray via

UK/Europe: June 6th. Get the DVD, Blu-ray or Collector’s box set here on can now reveal more limited edition box sets on the way!

Confirmed for release to Australia next month via are “Monday Night War” and “OMG!” collections containing Volumes 1 and 2 of their respective series, “Legacy” box sets for WrestleMania and Royal Rumble containing PPVs from 2012-2015, and a “Big 4” one that’s set to include WrestleMania, Royal Rumble, Survivor Series and SummerSlam from last year.

Planned artwork and further details on each WWE DVD box set follow below. At this time they appear to be country exclusives as there’s no word on a release to the US nor the UK.

WWE DVD Box Set - The Monday Night War Collection

The Monday Night War Collection

Experience The Monday Night War like never before through the eyes of the WWE Superstars and personalities who lived it. Featuring all 20 episodes from the critically-acclaimed WWE Network series and containing sit-down interviews with Eric Bischoff, Vince McMahon, Ted Turner, The Rock, Hulk Hogan, Mick Foley, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H, Diamond Dallas Page, Goldberg, Ric Flair and more. The battle for sports-entertainment supremacy between WWE and WCW starts here!

WWE DVD Box Set - The Big 4: 2015

The Big 4: 2015

They are the greatest events in sports entertainment, and every year is more explosive than the last. Now, collect all of 2015’s pay-per-view action from the fabled Big 4 in one limited edition box set. Tremble under the might of 30 WWE Superstars in one ring at the Royal Rumble, marvel at the spectacle of WrestleMania, heat things up at SummerSlam, and grab a friend for the tag-team fury of Survivor Series. It doesn’t get much bigger than this.

WWE DVD Box Set - WrestleMania Legacy

WrestleMania: Legacy

It may only happen once a year, but with this massive new collection you can relive some of the biggest WrestleMania events in recent history again and again. Witness The Rock, John Cena, Triple H, The Undertaker, Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns and more collide in some of the most anticipated WrestleMania face-offs ever. The greatest spectacle in all of entertainment has never been bigger.

WWE DVD Box Set - Royal Rumble Legacy

Royal Rumble: Legacy

The road to WrestleMania begins at Royal Rumble! Every year, 30 WWE superstars enter the Royal Rumble Match for the opportunity to compete for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on the grandest stage of them all, and with this huge new collection, you can share their blood, sweat, and tears from WWE’s most unpredictable event of the year.

WWE DVD Box Set - Top 50 Incidents Collection

The Top 50 Incidents Collection

Wars bring out the best and worst in adversaries. WWE and WCW are no different, and in their epic battle, both sides pulled out all the stops to achieve sports-entertainment supremacy. Collected for the first time together, countdown all of the controversial, amazing, and intense moments in over 25 years of WWE and WCW history.

Kayfabe Commentaries just dropped another new release!

“YouShoot” returns, this time with current Lucha Underground star and former TNA Wrestling talent Joey Ryan. Watch the trailer below and grab the DVD at

DEALS: The following DVDs and Blu-rays are all on sale today over at Use code “SALE30” to get the big Macho Man box set down to a mere $13.99!

Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age SmackDown DVD – $6.99
Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age SmackDown Blu-ray – $8.39
Scooby-Doo: WrestleMania Mystery DVD – $6.99
Scooby-Doo: WrestleMania Mystery Blu-ray – $8.39
Macho Man: Randy Savage Story Collector’s DVD Box Set – $13.99

Click here to find all of these WWE DVD/Blu-ray deals at

WWE Macho Man: The Randy Savage Story DVD - Collector's Edition Box Set

MORE DEALS: Up for grabs on eBay today are all of these out-of-print WWF DVD goodies pictured, together in one lot. This auction is currently bid to only $40.00 – worth a little look.

$40.00Lot of 7 Rare WWF DVDs

Collection of Rare WWF/WWE Wrestling DVDs

Joining those is this list of potentially great deals including more out-of-print WWF DVDs, multiple Blu-rays going cheap, the NXT DVD, the Dudleyz DVD, and Hell in a Cell box sets!

$0.01WrestleMania 27 Blu-ray
$0.29Attitude Era Vol. 2 DVD
$0.99WWF/WWE Hollywood Hogan: Hulk Still Rules DVD
$0.99WWF/WWE Triple H: The Game DVD
$1.29Ladies & Gentleman, My Name Is Paul Heyman DVD
$1.99WWF Tough Enough Season 1 DVD
$1.99Best of RAW & SmackDown 2012 Blu-ray
$5.00Lot of 3 WWE DVDs (RAW/SD 2015 + PPVs)
$5.00Best PPV Matches 2012 Blu-ray (Sealed)
$6.50WWF Survivor Series 2001 DVD (With Poster)
$7.99Triple H: Thy Kingdom Come Blu-ray (Sealed, Free Shipping)
$9.99NXT Greatest Matches Vol. 1 DVD
$13.00Dudley Boyz: Straight Outta Dudleyville DVD
$20.00Hell in a Cell DVD/Bust Box Set (Undertaker, Sealed)
$20.00Hell in a Cell DVD/Bust Box Set (Kane, Sealed)

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  1. I’d like to know more about the Monday Night War Collection. Personally I’m tired of getting DVDs where the matches are the same cut up ones that we all know you have the entire match filmed, so why we got it for our moneys worth? You used to do it in the past. Yeah it would be extra work on WWEs part plus require someone to do abit more commentary but I’d rather pay for that have to listen to Michael Cole bitching about what ever is bothering him that week !

  2. Why do you keep putting out box sets of stuff we already have bought? Geez, can’t any of you think that we’d love to have something that hasn’t already been put out? I saw footage of RAW after it went offf the air.. the wrestlers having fun in the ring and out with the crowd. Wow ! There’s a thought, I’d pay to have a box set or a least a couple of discs of just that.

    • Daniel Bee says:

      They’re bringing out Attitude Era Vol. 3 with tons of off air and unseen footage – that should make you happy ๐Ÿ™‚

    • LP1 says:

      Also, Connie, you do realize WWE already released a set on Raw after it goes off the air, right?

  3. 97-03 says:

    The Monday night war set is pretty cool. Would purchase that if it were to be released in the UK. Shame about the OMG set tho considering WWE are releasing volume 3 this year with the ECW moments. Volume 1 and 2 in a nice box and then volume 3 just sat there next to the box would look strange. They should wait and do a 3 volume box set. Can’t believe that Undertaker Hell in a Cell bust went for $20!!! Wish I’d seen that before it ended lol

  4. RabidHeat says:

    It must be frustrating for Australian buyers that these sets always seem to overlap somewhere, i.e. Royal Rumble 2015 is in both the Rumble set and the Legacy set, so you can’t just buy all the box sets without buying one of the titles twice. Same happened with the Rock and Cena chocolate box sets the last time, where ‘Once in a Lifetime’ was included in both.

  5. Shingo says:

    Those box sets don’t look very interesting and seems like they’re being put together to boost sales.

  6. Kenny says:

    I saw the link to this article on Facebook, and it read like WWE was re-releasing the old Legacy VHS box on DVD, uncut, unlike the Anthology series from a decade ago (and the more recent individual releases).

    Kinda disappointed that it is what it actually is.

    • Daniel Bee says:

      The Legacy VHS set nor re-releasing it was mentioned on FB unless it was by someone else, but I know, bit of a shame these box sets aren’t something more substantial.

      That said, I’d still quite like to collect a few of them.

      • GEOLINK says:

        Any pics of the WM 32 Blu-ray? Wondering how the slipcover looks like.

      • Kenny says:

        Oh, I didn’t mean to imply that you did. I saw “Legacy” as the name of the set and immediately clicked over. That’s about as much attention I paid to the link. Haha!

  7. lol says:

    Cool, more DVD releases of HD-era footage. That’s not useless at all.

    • GEOLINK says:

      So annoying how they keep pushing DVD sets out…

      • LP1 says:

        They’re so behind the times. Someone needs to get them a calendar. And before anyone says “They don’t release them on BR because nobody buys BRs” my response to that is how do you know they don’t buy them if you don’t give them a chance to?

        • ooohyeah says:

          easy answer: they are obviously going by the sales of the sets that they do release blurays of.

          • LP1 says:

            That’s a flawed formula then. If nobody is buying, say for example, The Dudley Boyz documentary on blu-ray, that doesn’t mean people won’t buy Mania 32 on blu-ray. The only PPVs that get released in the US on BR every year are WrestleMania, Royal Rumble and SummerSlam. Obviously those sell well on BR or else they wouldn’t continue to release them every year. The question is how do the sales of Mania, SummerSlam and Rumble have an effect on the sales of Extreme Rules or Hell In A Cell or Night Of Champions for example? Every PPV lineup is different. There’s no way of knowing the answer to that unless they release every show. The match lineup is a big factor in people buying these shows. It’s been 5 years since they’ve released every PPV on BR in the US. And they did a piss poor job back then of releasing them too. Some were only available at certain stores like Best Buy, not widespread. And they didn’t stock many in stores either. Also, if it wasn’t for sites like this one, I would’ve never known about some of those store exclusives because WWE sure as heck didn’t advertise them. If they’re basing their sales formula off of that failed experiment from 5 years ago, then like I said, that’s a very flawed formula.

            • David says:

              WWE didn’t release every PPV on BD in the US…in the UK they did – 2012 was the first.

              I remember reading WWE were supposedly going to release every 2011 PPV on BD with the DVD+BD combo which I thought was a good idea however they scrapped it.

              • LP1 says:

                From October 2010 through May 2011(except TLC) they released every PPV on BR in the US.

              • Jeff Copeland says:

                they started doing blurays with wm 24 and then 25 26 then summerslam 2010 was bluray not night of champs, then cell survivor series bragging rights all bluray 2010 not tlc.

                THEN rumble 2011 and chamber were dvd/bluray combos good idea wm 27 bluray extreme rules over the limit bluray not mitb or maybe captial punisherment?

                then they stopped doing the ppv blurays now its random either maybe wm is for sure or rumble ? summerslam ?

                i remember from wm 23 to rumble or wm 25 they came in tin cases at fye or walmart you could get i miss those

                • LP1 says:

                  You forgot Rumble 2010 was also on BR. But from October 2010 they were all on BR, starting with Hell In A Cell 2010 then Bragging Rights then Survivor Series, they skipped TLC, and then Rumble 2011, Elimination Chamber, Mania 27, Extreme Rules and Over The Limit. They stopped at Capitol Punishment. Although there was that one goof who made the Youtube video showing the fake Capitol Punishment BR that he made himself and everyone thought it was real.

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