Complete List of 2011 WWE DVD & Blu-ray Releases

October 13, 2011 by Daniel Bee

WWE DVD and Blu-ray Release List 2011

TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2010 Jan 18, 2011
Best of Raw 2010* Jan 25, 2011
Big Show: A Giant’s World Feb 22, 2011
Royal Rumble 2011* Mar 1, 2011
WWE Studios: The Chaperone* Mar 8, 2011
The True Story of WrestleMania* Mar 15, 2011
Elimination Chamber 2011* Mar 22, 2011
DX: One Last Stand* Apr 5, 2011
WrestleMania XXVII* May 10, 2011
WWE Studios: That’s What I Am* May 17, 2011
The Very Best of WCW Monday Nitro May 24, 2011
Extreme Rules 2011* May 31, 2011
Over The Limit 2011* Jun 21, 2011
The Greatest Cage Matches of All Time Jun 28, 2011
Rey Mysterio: The Life of a Masked Man Jul 12, 2011
Capitol Punishment 2011 Jul 19, 2011
Greatest Superstars of the 21st Century* Jul 26, 2011
Money in the Bank 2011 Aug 16, 2011
OMG! – The Top 50 Incidents in WWE History* Aug 23, 2011
Randy Orton: Evolution of a Predator* Sep 6, 2011
SummerSlam 2011** Sep 13, 2011
WWE Studios: Inside Out* Sep 27, 2011
The Ladder Match 2: Crash & Burn* Oct 11, 2011
Night of Champions 2011** Oct 18, 2011
Greatest Rivalries: Bret Hart vs. Shawn Michaels* Oct 25, 2011
Hell in a Cell 2011** Nov 1, 2011
WWE Studios: The Reunion* Nov 8, 2011
Vengeance 2011** Nov 22, 2011
Stone Cold Steve Austin: The Bottom Line on the Most Popular Superstar of All Time* Nov 29, 2011
The Best of the King of the Ring* Dec 13, 2011
Survivor Series 2011** Dec 20, 2011
The Best PPV Matches of 2011* Dec 27, 2011

* Also available on Blu-ray
** Also available on Blu-ray (European Exclusive)

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  1. m.blier says:

    will the wwe dvd list be updated from 1999 to 2009 with every release in north america in the near future.hoping for a yes yes yes.

  2. Will there be plans for a DVD release of Hulk Hogans Rock N Wrestling in the future?

  3. HOTwresting 12 says:

    Ok 2011 DVD are ok but the DVD so and so

  4. Dustin says:


  5. Updating my DVDs I Have List: Stone Cold Steve Austin: The Bottom Line On The Most Popular Superstar Of All Time (DVD); WWE’s Greatest Rivalries: Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart (DVD); WWE Best Pay-Per-View Matches 2011 (DVD); WWE Survivor Series 2011.

    Updating my DVDs I Want (As Of This Moment): Greatest Superstars Of The 21st Century (DVD); Randy Orton: The Evolution Of A Predator (DVD); The Ladder Match 2: Crash & Burn (DVD); The Best Of King Of The Ring (DVD)

  6. Isrs4life says:

    Summerslam 2011 menu theme was replaced by Fight from Summerslam 2002.
    I thought that was weird but No Way Out 2009 featured the 2001 NWO
    PPV theme song on the menu listings.

  7. Isrs4life says:

    One dvd that was never released during the year that was promoted
    but failed to release which was Ted Dibiasi 2-Disk Set, Right?

    Hopefully thats on the 2012 schedule along with a new Triple H

  8. Isrs4life says:

    Ok, Thanks for letting me know that again because I remember buying
    the Cena DVD and seeing my former next door neighbors at the mall just a month or so before Christmas and not to go off topic but I bought the Chris Jericho set for 5.99 at Mardens in Presskyle, Maine and thought it was a very good buy and very good copy also and I wasnt even expecting it to be there which made my day.

  9. Isrs4life says:

    and Cena’s dvd I forgot that was released this year to that
    I also bought sorry thought it was released late of 2010.

    • Daniel Bee says:

      Cena’s was released in 2010. It’s just this list above has the dates the Blu-rays were released everywhere (they were Best Buy exclusive for 3 months prior, in the US).

      Store exclusives are listed like that on he schedule I see running this site, so I just put it up here like that. A strange decision I know 😉

  10. Isrs4life says:

    Greatest Steel Cage Matches of all time – bought, Wrestlemania 27 bought, Greatest Superstars of the 21st Century bought, Capitol Punishment 2011 bought and Summerslam 2011 bought thats all i’ve gotten from the 2011 WWE DVD collection which i’m not buying everything from it senese I have WWE Classics on Demand to help me with there is only certain ones I like from Superstar/Other sets.

  11. SRB says:

    @Anonymous… When I was little Warrior was my favorite. Thats why Id like a set on him. Lets be honest the guy was a bad businessman, didnt care about wrestling, and wasnt even very talanted… At least thats what the self-destruction set makes you believe. But, when youre 8 years old none of that matters. I just saw a guy in the ring who was unlike anyone else and i still feel that way. Warrior is still one of the best of all time, aside from skill and talent, im talking mainly ring presence. And how would you fill the set? He was in WWF from 87-91 with random returns and appearances until 96 then WCW in 98. His matches with Savage and Hogan were nothing short of classics. I used to love when he would face off against those guys and then a week later be in a tag match with them on the same team. Warrior/Hogan was like watching the mega-powers all over again. All i know is that Warrior was the first guy to beat Hogan on the grandest stage of them all in front of a huge crowd. WWE must’ve seen something in him at the time to put him over Hogan. i do love the self destruction set, but it’s a low blow on WWE’s part to make a 3 hour set on a guy and bash him the whole time then throw some of his greatest moments on there (Savage, Hogan and Rick Rude). Weird move on the part of WWE. Id expect something more like that on a WCW set since they were rivals. Am i really expected to believe Warrior was as bad as the set makes him out to be? Ive always wondered that

  12. HitmanVanDam says:

    Well if its the first 72 he’d be 72-0! Might aswell just put the entire ‘streak’ on there. I think WCW lost count and just started making up the number he was on. But even if thats not everyone’s cup of tea, he was a huge name, as was the Warrior. They were beloved by fans in their time and if your’re like me and really care about the TRUE history of wrestling then I think they deserve to be recognised for their success, even if it was for a short time, and even if their styles are frowned upon these days. In their time they were superstars and that should not be passed over, regardless of their technical shortcomings or their repuations behind the scenes. You could say the same for Nash, Hall, Luger and quite honestly every wrestler. They should all be recognised for what they contributed. There is only one good reason I can think of to pretend a wrestler didnt exist.

  13. Anonymous says:

    Three discs on the Warrior? How would you even fill that? He didn’t have that many matches worth rewatching. A Goldberg 3 disc set could feature like 72 of his matches.

  14. SRB says:

    HitmanVanDam, I agree 100%.. I wish theyd open up that library and give me something i can really get into like the Rise and Fall of ECW 2 disc. ive watched that 100 times and it never gets stale. Id love sets on Rick Rude, British Bulldog, Andre, NWO, Lex Luger, Ultimate Warrior, Clash of the Champs set, and I really dont see how WWE can produce sets on Steamboat, but nothing on Rick Rude or Luger. Not saying Steamboat wasnt worthy of a set, but when you look back at those iron man matches in WCW who else was having them? Rick Rude, Sting, Luger and Flair (If im correct) we need sets on these guys.

  15. HitmanVanDam says:

    Rick Rude, nWo, British Bulldog and Andre The Giant all long overdue. Jmmy Snuka, Terry Funk, Goldberg too. Owen Hart is unlikely otherwise I’d say him first. All of them would make good use of the video libraries. They just don’t want to cover some things and its hard to understand why. I’m wondering what happened to the Ted DiBiase set.

  16. SRB says:

    Steven-Very good idea. Along with the NWO set I’d love them to release a 3-disc Ultimate Warrior set. Obviously, that wont happen but I can hope, right? Still waiting on a Rick Rude set as well

  17. DVDs I Have: The True Story Of WrestleMania (DVD); The Chaperone (DVD); Rey Mysterio – The Life Of A Masked Man.

    DVDs I Want (As Of This Moment): Greatest Superstars Of The 21st Century (DVD); Randy Orton – The Evolution Of A Predator (DVD); The Ladder Match 2: Crash & Burn (DVD); Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart: WWE’s Greatest Rivalries (DVD)

  18. Steven says:

    I hope in 2012, WWE will release an NWO set like a complete history of them with their best moments or put an NWO Souled Out ppv set. I think it will be a big sell with the Attitude Era fans and fans of NWO.

  19. SRB says:

    I cant wait for the content for the KOTR set.

  20. HitmanVanDam says:

    I hate those borders. Can you not adjust it on blu rays? My TV doesnt let me adjust much which is annoying.

  21. A fan who cares says:

    I’m sorry, but it bothers me to no end that WWE release old footage (ie. King of The Ring) on blu-ray, but events that actually are in HIGH DEFINITION (ie. PPVs in 2011) do not get the blu-ray treatment. What the fuck is that about? I might buy the KOTR on regular DVD format so at least I can adjust the ratio and avoid the borders. I know that there are real problems and the world and maybe I’m a geek for caring, but I don’t get it.

  22. Anonymous says:

    All blu rays in 2010 were limited release at best buy I got hiac & SD 2010 in October 2010

  23. Ricky Schmidt says:

    Wait, read the post wrong. Got it now. Sorry about that.

  24. Ricky Schmidt says:

    The John Cena Experience DVD was November last year, the Blu Ray was released everywhere in February after it was initially exclusive to Best Buy.