FULL CONTENT & Extras for ‘WWE 24: Best of 2020’ DVD – Edge, Drew McIntyre & More Documentaries

January 5, 2021 by Daniel Bee

WWE 24: Best of 2020 DVD - Full Content & Extras Revealed!

Happy New Year from WrestlingDVDNetwork.com. Let’s check out the FULL content listing for the first WWE DVD release scheduled for the year: “WWE 24 – Best of 2020”.

The Home Video series makes its return following the success of the “WWE 24 – Best of 2018” DVD and “WWE 24 – Best of 2019” DVD, collecting together some of the best WWE 24 documentaries produced for the WWE Network to date.

This time around the 2-disc set features the documentaries “R-Truth”, “Edge: The Second Mountain”, “WrestleMania: The Show Must Go On” and “Drew McIntyre: The Chosen One”, plus in the extras now unveiled there’s a set of full-length matches, each one related to the featured documentaries and including three bouts from WrestleMania 36.

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    Early Struggles
    Making the Big Time
    The Birth of the “Truth”
    Back in WWE
    Entertainment Personified
    A Success Story

Edge: The Second Mountain

    Back in Toronto
    A Potential Comeback
    Importance of Family & Training
    Royal Rumble


United States Championship Match
Shinsuke Nakamura vs. R-Truth
SmackDown Live • January 29, 2019

Falls Count Anywhere Match
Edge vs. Randy Orton
WrestleMania • April 5, 2020

Disc 1 runtime (approx.): 2 hours and 52 minutes

WWE 24: Best of 2020 DVD - Back Cover Artwork



WrestleMania: The Show Must Go On

    Rhea Ripley’s Journey
    Drew McIntyre’s Journey
    Braun Strowman’s Journey
    Kevin Owens & Rob Gronkowski
    The Show
    WrestleMania Moments
    Ripley’s First ‘Mania Match
    McIntyre Climbs the Mountain

Drew McIntyre: The Chosen One

    Humble Beginnings
    The Chosen One
    A Rough Patch
    Starting Over
    Becoming the Present
    Sudden Change


NXT Women’s Championship Match
Rhea Ripley vs. Charlotte Flair
WrestleMania • April 5, 2020

WWE Championship Match
Brock Lesnar vs. Drew McIntyre
WrestleMania • April 5, 2020

Disc 2 runtime (approx.): 2 hours and 40 minutes

WWE 24: The Best of 2020 DVD - Full Content Listing

Get your copy of the new “WWE 24 – THE BEST OF 2020” DVD…

UK/Europe: January 11th. Pre-order the WWE 24 collection now on Amazon.co.uk.

United States: January 12th. Your pre-order opportunity is due soon here on Amazon.com.

Australia: March 17th. Your pre-order opportunity is live now at Madman.com.au.

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  1. Andy Garland says:

    there is no listing for wwe 24 best of 2020 dvd for the usa on amazon usa?r region 2 players. it is listed for region 2. is this a mistake that was made after this was listed?

  2. Andy Garland says:

    why are amazon selling uk formats in in us.

  3. DDT says:

    On the AEW front you can only get those DVDS in the uk from wrestlingstore uk and they sell out despite being over charged in comparision to ROH dvds(same boxes same dollar price). i think a social media campaign is needed all we have to do is approach the various dvd companies based in the uk and let them know the demand is there so that they make AEW an offer…

    • RabidHeat says:

      The AEW DVD prices are absolutely ridiculous. My custom-made sets have way more extras and better artwork too, so I’m gonna stick to those.

      • David says:

        Exactly. The AEW custom Blu-rays I have are much better loaded with extras and actually in HD.

        I would rather support AEW but just like with WWE, no Blu-ray, no buy. I refuse to pay $30+ CAD for a single DVD in 2021. I’m not those people that if a company refuses to release Blu-rays, only DVDs, I’m not just going to settle buying the DVD…I just won’t buy it.

        Even releasing on iTunes or Google Play would be a step up from DVD.

        • DDT says:

          BLU-ray will die before DVD does im sorry to say David…the players cost more and it is a luxury item. people in to luxury items seem to have been sucked in by streaming. so a general campaign for the benefits of physical media full stop is what is needed. By way pro-wrestling guerilla do blu rays and have many aew wrestlers on there shows. they dont do shows anymore due to covid but worth checking out some of the last few years to see build to aew. evolve to blu rays but they have been purchased by wwe so i dont know how easy it is to get them. but you will be able to get them for a bit….

  4. Kronos282 says:

    I haven’t watched any of the 24 documentaries, but I miss the best of Raw and Smackdown releases along with the full fledged 3 DVD documentaries. Since there’s not much coming out will probably buy this.

  5. RabidHeat says:

    I must admit I haven’t really mourned the loss of the documentary/match comp releases as much since ’24: Best of 2018′ onwards; I mean I know these aren’t 2/3 hour career spanning documentaries, but it’s still 3 superstar documentaries plus an event doc in one set for a tenner or less, I mean it’s pretty good really. Plus we had The Last Ride and Ruthless Aggression. I dunno, I’m just feeling okay about having enough documentary stuff coming out on DVD again these days.

    • RabidHeat says:

      Incidentally, in the synopsis on the back cover of the previous two releases there were mentions of adding these documentaries to you “DVD collection”. I notice that is now absent, with a reference to 24 being the best docuseries on the Network instead. A drive to tempt old-school people to ditch DVDs and come over to the Network, perhaps?

  6. whut says:

    in regards to this release, I think “it’s fine.” is probably the best description. like, you’re exactly getting what you’re expectation, not worse, not better.

  7. BAS says:

    Sorry to get off topic here, but I was wondering if any customers in the U.S. have ever ordered from Amazon UK or even WWE DVD UK? I ask because I am considering ordering some of the UK exclusive releases and I wanted an idea of international shipping costs. I know the cost is based on what state I’m in and my zip code, but I was wondering if there are any other import fees to pay, or is the shipping the only thing?

    And for those who can answer this question, was it worth it to you guys?

    • Bubbs says:

      I’m in Canada and for a few years I ordered the Rumble Blurays from Amazon UK after they stopped creating blurays stateside. But shipping and import fees have risen exponentially in the last year or so, so this year I was forced to purchase the domestic DVD. Its likely higher for us in canada but it would have worked out to around $50+ cdn for a title that was only $19 at the local Walmart. so to answer your question, it was worth it a few years ago but not anymore. But its up to you if you believe its worth it. And just to heads up, they are all region 2 coded, so you will need a region free player to watch.

      • BAS says:


        Thank you so much. The exclusive blu ray releases and any PPV events that got released in the UK only is what I was considering. That and the Last Ride collector’s edition, and I was wondering about what the shipping costs were like. If it costs that much for Canada, I wouldn’t be surprised if it was the same for the U.S. considering we’re both “region 1.”

        • Bubbs says:

          Yeah, I’ve only ever ordered from Amazon so I can’t say about other retailers, just checked my .co.uk account, I have a £12.99 bluray sitting in my cart, and amazon will charge a £20 shipping and import deposit, so with the exchange it comes out to $69 CDN, pretty crazy

    • BAS says:

      RareWaves.com is something I failed to mention, but that’s another UK media site.

      And I also know that you can order UK DVDs on Amazon in America as they do make note on those items about them being Region 2/B and requiring a region free player to watch on them. Those being from third party sellers, with RareWaves being one of them.

      With RareWaves for instance, that’ll at least make note of the shipping being $5-6, but again, I was just wondering if there are other fees to pay besides the shipping.

      Pardon the ignorance, I’ve never bought anything international before.

    • Daniel Bee says:

      Last I checked, which wasn’t long ago, I believe the US don’t charge import fees on most goods coming from the UK so you should be OK. Hopefully somebody else can confirm.

    • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

      Bas and Bubbs: wwedvd.co.uk now also deliver to USA and rest of the world. Regarding import fees and other costs, theres an overview of the shipping costs, but the import fees and duties I think the customer service has to be contacted.