FULL CONTENT: WWE WrestleMania 35 DVD/Blu-Ray Includes RAW After ‘Mania, Dean’s Farewell, More!

April 11, 2019 by Daniel Bee

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It’s that time of year when WrestlingDVDNetwork.com exclusively unveils the final content listing for WrestleMania on Home Video!

WrestleMania 35 will be produced as a 3-disc DVD and a 2-disc Blu-ray collection and it’s set for first release to fans in the United States on May 14th. Look out for a Ronda Rousey Topps trading card included inside the packaging of the domestic offering.

‘Mania will follow swiftly to Australia on May 22nd and to the UK on June 3rd (via Amazon.co.uk).

What other goodies will be featured on this year’s WrestleMania DVD? Along with the complete WrestleMania 35 Pay-Per-View will be all four Kickoff Show matches in its special features, and the full “RAW After ‘Mania” episode on top! There’s even more on the Blu-ray as this edition will include everything mentioned and Dean Ambrose’s farewell speech that followed RAW.

The cover artwork is still to be confirmed right now (but check out the WrestleMania 35 program for a potential sneak peek). Until then, here’s the full list of content that will be packing the discs…

WWE WrestleMania 35 DVD & Blu-ray - Full Content Revealed!

 

DISC 1

Yolanda Adams Performs “America the Beautiful”

Showcase of the Immortals

Alexa Bliss Creates Her WrestleMania Moment

Universal Championship Match
Brock Lesnar vs. Seth Rollins

AJ Styles vs. Randy Orton

Fatal 4-Way Match for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship
The Usos vs. The Bar vs. Rusev & Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Ricochet & Aleister Black

Introducing the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2019

Falls Count Anywhere Match
The Miz vs. Shane McMahon

Fatal 4-Way Match for the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship
Bayley & Sasha Banks vs. Natalya & Beth Phoenix vs. The IIconics vs. Nia Jax & Tamina

WWE Championship Match
“The New” Daniel Bryan vs. Kofi Kingston

The Doctors Are In

United States Championship Match
Samoa Joe vs. Rey Mysterio

 
Special Features

– WWE Cruiserweight Championship Match
Buddy Murphy vs. Tony Nese
(WrestleMania 35 Kickoff Show)

 

DISC 2

Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre

Elias Gets a Lesson in Basic Thuganomics

No Holds Barred Match
If Triple H Loses, He Must Retire from In-Ring Competition
Triple H vs. Batista

Get Your “Damn” Shirts

Kurt Angle’s Farewell Match
Kurt Angle vs. Baron Corbin

Intercontinental Championship Match
Bobby Lashley vs. “The Demon” Finn Bálor

WrestleMania Dance Break

Triple Threat Match for the RAW & SmackDown Women’s Championship
Winner Take All
Ronda Rousey vs. Charlotte Flair vs. Becky Lynch

 
Special Features

– The 2019 WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal
(WrestleMania 35 Kickoff Show)

RAW Tag Team Championship Match
The Revival vs. Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder
(WrestleMania 35 Kickoff Show)

– The 2019 Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal
(WrestleMania 35 Kickoff Show)

 

DISC 3

RAW After ‘Mania • April 8, 2019

– Winner Take All?

RAW Tag Team Championship Match
Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder vs. The Revival

– Baron Corbin Celebrates His WrestleMania Victory

– Bayley vs. Alexa Bliss

– “The Man” Meets “The Lady”

– Seth Rollins Warns Kofi Kingston to Bring his “A-Game”

– Ricochet & Aleister Black vs. Bobby Roode & Chad Gable

– No One Will Interrupt Elias Tonight

Dean Ambrose’s Last Match in WWE
Dean Ambrose vs. Bobby Lashley

– Where Has Mojo Rawley Been?

Intercontinental Championship Match
Finn Bálor vs. Sami Zayn

– Dana Brooke is Ready to Seize the Moment

– Elias Warns that Next Person Who Interrupts Him is a “Dead Man”

Winner Take All Match
Kofi Kingston vs. Seth Rollins

– Kofi Kingston & Seth Rollins vs. The Bar

 

BLU-RAY EXCLUSIVE

– Dean Ambrose’s Farewell Address
Monday Night RAW – April 8, 2019

 
Don’t forget, fans in the UK who pre-order online (that’s either the DVD or the Blu-ray version of WrestleMania 35) will receive an NXT TakeOver: New York DVD bonus disc! The NXT special from WrestleMania weekend will be sent out with orders placed at WWEDVD.co.uk.

We now have it confirmed that as well as being offered online, the NXT bonus disc will be stocked in UK ASDA stores as a retail exclusive and will be bundled with the WM35 DVD across Germany.

WWE WrestleMania 35 DVD & Blu-Ray With Exclusive NXT TakeOver: New York Bonus Disc!

 
Release Dates for the WWE WRESTLEMANIA 35 DVD where you are…

 
USA: May 14th. Pre-order WrestleMania on DVD or Blu-ray very soon here on Amazon.com.

Australia: May 22nd. Your WrestleMania DVD pre-order is now live at Madman.com.au.

UK/Europe: June 3rd. Pre-order the WrestleMania DVD or Blu-ray now on Amazon.co.uk.
 

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50 Comments left on this article...

  1. EMLW says:

    Like the Rowdy one

  2. Bob says:

    Last year it was like 3 or 4 months before they finally uploaded the HOF to Movies Anywhere. This year again, it does not show under extras. I have opened a ticket with WB to see if they have an ETA.

  3. Marcus Gay says:

    Please go back to the original 3 disc sets I don’t like these packed discs it causes the to scratch not that none of mine are but I just like the original sets as is.

  4. Justin F says:

    Looks like I’ll have to download the HOF online then.

  5. Patrick Mcnamara says:

    I personally like all generations of wwe. Even vintage NWA stuff. I know that the style is different. But you got to realize wwe is changing as times change. WWE is what it is.

  6. sam says:

    Why did they stop releasing the fing hall of fames?! The only reason I purchase the wrestlemania’s anymore is for the hall of fames. I don’t buy them for the matches, I buy them for the hof ceremonies. They’re replacing them with the raw after mania, i’d rather see the hof’s. They didn’t release last year’s, they’re not releasing this year’s. It’s getting me upset, they don’t want to release all the hall of fames. I don’t enjoy watching wrestling anymore, it was more enjoyable when I was a kid, it’s not enjoyable for me anymore.

  7. LP1 says:

    So let me get this right. It was announced weeks ago that the Mania 35 release was going to be a 3-disc DVD/2-disc BD release and yet some people still held out hope that the Hall Of Fame ceremony would somehow magically still be included? Do people not comprehend the issue here that there was no way possible to include the HOF ceremony without adding an extra disc? It was the same deal last year. And before someone says “Well if they removed the Raw after Mania then they could’ve included the HOF.” Wrong. The Hall Of Fame ran nearly 4 hours. Raw, without commercials, runs about 2 hours and 5 minutes. Big difference.

    The biggest reason why they stopped including the HOF was because 2 years ago, for the Mania 33 release in the US, there was no room for the 3 pre-show matches to be included and a ton of wrestlers complained that they will be missing out on a big bonus check by being on the biggest selling home video of the year. And a lot of fans complained about it too.

    • SRB says:

      Exactly… see my comment below as I was honestly waiting for your two cents. The HOF and WM seem to get longer and longer, yet people can’t seem to do simple math. I would want the HOF to be paired with WM as well, but it isnt possible.

      • LP1 says:

        I appreciate the reference to my comment about this on another post. It’s just some people refuse to understand the logistics of this.

    • andemoine winrow says:

      All they have to do is sell it on dvd seperately, not ‘DON’T DO IT AT ALL’.

      • RabidHeat says:

        And you believe that would sell enough copies to make production of it worthwhile? Collectors and DVD fanatics are in the minority in 2019. Heck, they released the 2004 ceremony 15 years ago and it sold terribly even back then, despite DVDs being the latest thing; hence they had to start bundling the HoF with the most popular DVD release of the year.

    • sam says:

      So they can add an extra disc or get rid of the preshow matches. there’s other ways to release the f**ing hall of fame.

      • SRB says:

        Lots of people here who should be working in the WWE media department… I agree WWE should be releasing the HOF. However, such a hope completely ignores how they have been treating their media and events in general as of late, hyping them, not releasing them, and then telling people to go watch it on the Network. Crown Jewel anyone?

        WWE have been cutting back and are showing that they will not release things if sales statistics are falling. No more regular blu rays and even 3 disc sets seem to be slowly going out the door with hopes that people won’t notice.

      • LP1 says:

        Sam, yeah sure, just cut the pre-show matches. And then explain to over 50 wrestlers why they won’t be getting their biggest residual check of the year. If you think you’re upset now, wait until a few years from now, when WWE completely cuts back on home video altogether.

        • RabidHeat says:

          Plus, you just know as soon as they did that, Sam would be back on here complaining about the pre-show matches being left off, lol. They really can’t win.

    • Corey H says:

      If you pre-ordered the Mania 33 DVD on wwedvd.co.uk you got the 3 pre-show matches a pre-order exclusive!

  8. Wrestlevessel says:

    Daniel Bee any update on some DVD releases for May and June? I was hoping for Piper Unreleased or other Unreleased DVDs.

    • RabidHeat says:

      Hs’s not going to spill news in the comments section. If there was any news on those things, an article would already be posted.

  9. RabidHeat says:

    Well I’m not falling for that B.S. about having to “pre-order” to get Takeover again this year. WWEDVD.co.uk are STILL selling copies of last year’s Mania with the so-called limited Takeover disc.

  10. VintageSimon says:

    The Raw after WM was really boring, I wish they’d include the HoF ceremony instead.

    Failing that, even the 40-45 USA Network version of the HoF would have been a nice bonus.

    • andemoine winrow says:

      I taped the entire edited version. But it’s not the same as having it entirely.

    • RabidHeat says:

      Of course now that they’re including the following Raw, it helps sales of the DVD in marketing terms as they can probably now slap Undertaker’s face on the back cover somewhere! Undertaker’s face merely being on the product shifts copies.

  11. Mark Markson says:

    I like the way WWE handled the departure of Ambrose. They handled it way better than CM Punk. With him, WWE seemed to be bitter.

    • George Figueroa says:

      Punk quit with no notice. He didn’t show up to bookings and wouldn’t answer his phone, Ambrose showed respect, gave them noticed and did what was asked of him till the end. Big difference.

  12. BAS says:

    The only I could’ve seen the Hall of Fame getting included is if this was a 4-5 disc DVD/ 3 disc Blu-ray. If I’m not mistaken, I think the Hall of Fame was about 4 hours if not around 4 hours. I lost track of time because I had lost signal during the ceremony at one point so I’m not sure how long the ceremony was. If it was 4 hours, that takes up 2 discs on DVD and needless to say, a single blu-ray can hold 4 hours of footage.

    • David says:

      According to the Network the HOF is 3hrs 35 minutes, so its still quite long and no way it would fit on a standard 2 Disc Blu-ray and 3 Disc DVD along with the nearly 7 hour WM including kickoff matches and extras unless they add an extra disc. Given how WWE are even cutting back standard 3 disc sets to 2 disc now, there is no way they will add another disc to WM.

      • RabidHeat says:

        To be fair, they probably edit 35 minutes of waffle out of the Hall of Fame ceremony and get it down to 3 hours, which would fit on a single DVD disc.

        • RabidHeat says:

          they could probably *

          Can we please have an ‘Edit Comment’ function on this site btw, like on Disqus sites? Been asking for years, lol.

  13. andemoinewinrow says:

    So you mean to tell me that since they decided to not record ‘THE HALL OF FAME’ on d.v.d and blu-ray d.v.d, the only way i’ll have this event is to record the HEAVILY EDITED version on the ‘U.S.A.’ channel? Seriously? What a gip !

    • RabidHeat says:

      So you didn’t notice the exact same thing happen last year then?

      • andemoine winrow says:

        Of course i knew. Didn’t think they would do it twice in a year. If they’re gonna stop recording the hall of fame on home video formats, they should just stop having the event.

        • LP1 says:

          Yes, let’s stop having an event that makes a ton of money in ticket sales, is one of the most anticipated events of Mania weekend, not just by the fans, but bu the wrestlers as well. All because they no longer release it on video. How about buying a DVD recorder and just record the Hall Of Fame off the Network, the same way you record it off TV?

        • RabidHeat says:

          But surely if they took that new approach last year, did you not think that was clearly going to be the new standard going forward? Seemed pretty obvious to me!

    • whut says:

      well, in theory you could download the Network stream (not that I would condone such a thing).

  14. SRB says:

    Not sure why people are shocked there is no HOF in this set. Wrestlemania alone was 7.5 hours with the preshow, which looks to be edited. Because of this, it’s impossible for the HOF to be included. This was assumed an article or two ago by LP1 who intelligently pointed out the difficulty of inclusion. It simply can’t fit on two blu ray discs.

  15. Tim Delong says:

    I’d rather see the hall of fame 8nstead if the night after wrestlemania

  16. RICHARD W says:

    So am I to understand that for the second year in a row, the WWE will not be including the HOF induction ceremony in its entirety, either as part of this DVD or Blu-Ray set or available separately? Why is this even happening as it’s still something worth watching, despite the increased length of the event. Not cool at all! Hoping they rectify this ASAP!!

    • RabidHeat says:

      What on EARTH makes you think they will change the content listing at this point? Because you have commented here that you want the Hall of Fame?

      And if you knew that they changed course last year and stopped including it in favour of the Raw After ‘Mania, why are you at all shocked that the trend has continued this year? You thought that they would only do it that way last year for a one-off and then revert right back?

    • RICHARD W says:

      Well, I certainly hope they will make it possible to release the event separately as they did one time ago, since they’re unable to fit the event on either the DVD or Blu-Ray formats. It’s the least they can do for their loyal fanbase who still enjoy such a ceremony.

      • RabidHeat says:

        “I certainly hope they will make it possible to release the event separately as they did one time ago, since they’re unable to fit the event on either the DVD or Blu-Ray formats.”

        Everybody repeatedly said this last year and it didn’t happen, so I’m not sure why anyone would expect it to now. Just trying to manage your expectations here!

  17. wwe ppv collector says:

    What??? Again no Hall of Fame Ceremony in the pack?! We want Hall of Fame Ceremony, not the crap Raw after maina.

  18. Kev says:

    Wth!!! No nxt takeover nyc for the us release

  19. Justin F says:

    What the hell, no Hall of fame again?

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