Complete List of 2018 WWE DVD/Blu-Ray Releases; ‘Super Show-Down’ Added to Home Video Schedule

September 7, 2018 by Daniel Bee

WWE DVD and Blu-ray Release List 2018

Back by popular demand from readers of here’s a checklist of all 2018-released WWE DVDs and Blu-rays we’ve been treated to thus far, and what’s still to come!

2018 dug deep into the WWE archives with unreleased matches of “Macho Man” Randy Savage, welcomed back the Hardy Boyz and The Shield to Home Video, broke barriers with the first-ever multi-disc feature on women’s wrestling, celebrated RAW’s 25th anniversary and SummerSlam’s 30-year milestone, and begun a yearly retrospective series on the NXT brand.

In Stores Now

Best Pay-Per-View Matches 2017 Jan 9, 2018
4 Kid Favorites: WWE Tag Team Collection~ Jan 16, 2018
Clash of Champions 2017 Jan 23, 2018
Sasha Banks: Iconic Matches^ Jan 29, 2018
Bayley: Iconic Matches^ Jan 29, 2018
The Best of RAW & SmackDown Live 2017 Feb 6, 2018
4 Film Favorites: Ultimate Superstars Collection~ Feb 13, 2018
4 Film Favorites: Essential WWE Collection~ Feb 13, 2018
Royal Rumble 2018** Mar 6, 2018
Best of NXT 2017 Mar 20, 2018
RAW 25th Anniversary Apr 3, 2018
Double Feature: Elimination Chamber & Fastlane 2018 Apr 17, 2018
Twist of Fate: The Best of the Hardy Boyz May 1, 2018
WrestleMania 34* May 15, 2018
Randy Savage Unreleased: The Unseen Matches of the Macho Man May 29, 2018
Backlash 2018 Jun 12, 2018
Then, Now, Forever: The Evolution of WWE’s Women’s Division Jun 26, 2018
The Shield: Justice For All Jul 10, 2018
Money in the Bank 2018 Jul 24, 2018
Extreme Rules 2018 Aug 14, 2018
30 Years of SummerSlam Aug 28, 2018

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But don’t fill up your DVD shelf just yet – there’s still more on the way!

2018 will close out with a four-in-one collection of “WWE 24” documentaries never produced on DVD, Shawn Michaels’ never-before-released matches and AJ Styles’ most phenomenal matches, along with a couple of new additions to the usual crop of PPV DVDs. is pleased report that the upcoming Super Show-Down 2018 PPV from Australia has now been added to the WWE Home Video schedule in the United States with a release date of November 13th; the same day as the Greatest Royal Rumble DVD hits stores.

You can now pre-order the Super Show-Down DVD by clicking here to

WWE 'Super Show-Down' DVD Added to 2018 Home Video Schedule

Upcoming Releases

SummerSlam 2018** Sep 18, 2018
Shawn Michaels: The Showstopper Unreleased Oct 2, 2018
Hell in a Cell 2018 Oct 16, 2018
AJ Styles: Most Phenomenal Matches Nov 6, 2018
Greatest Royal Rumble 2018 Nov 13, 2018
Super Show-Down 2018 Nov 13, 2018
WWE Evolution 2018~~ Dec 4, 2018
WWE 24: The Best of 2018 Dec 11, 2018
Survivor Series 2018** Dec 18, 2018

* Also available on Blu-ray
** Also available on Blu-ray (UK/European Exclusive)
~ US Exclusive DVD release
~~ US Walmart Exclusive DVD release
^ UK/European Exclusive DVD release

How are you liking the 2018 line-up so far; how many titles have you added to your collection?

See more complete-year lists over on our main page: WWE DVD List.

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  1. Sam says:

    Hi my name is Sam Downing I like wwe

  2. Joseph De Feo says:

    I have Randy Savage Unreleased: The Unseen Matches of the Macho Man.

  3. Justin Chesney says:

    Will There Be Every WCW And ECW Paperview On DVD In The Future? I Really Missed Those WCW And ECW Paperviews. #GreatMemories

  4. RCS1988 says:

    Hopefully 2019 sees in addition to Unreleased sets on certain superstars, but DVD’s on Bruno, Andre, and a full Unreleased 1986-1995 Volume 2 & an Unreleased set featuring dark matches from SNME, TME, RAW, & PPV dark matches.

  5. SCSA says:

    I only purchased 3 titles this year 🙁
    -Hardy Boyz, 30 years of Summerslam & Michaels Unreleased (as well as 5 old Royal Rumble sets 2011-2015- only cos they were on Blu-Ray)!

    I miss purchasing so many New Blu-Ray sets 🙁 n I’m stuck with DVD’s 🙁 I really wished the 30 Years of Summerslam & Michaels Unreleased could have been Blu-Ray!

    Last year I only bought 8 Blu’s in Total! But I would call that a lot for all around the world!

    • RCS1988 says:

      Transfer the DVD’s to blu-ray. That’s what most people are doing with their sets.

      • LP1 says:

        And what exactly is that accomplishing? Transfering DVDs to BDs doesn’t bring them up to 1080p HD quality. Also I highly doubt “most” people are doing that. More like very few people with way too much free time on their hands.

        • RabidHeat says:

          Genuine question: those people on here who want BluRays because of the high picture quality, do you have trouble watching ROH, Impact and indie companies who only produce standard definition DVDs, if watching them via that format? (I know they have their networks in HD etc. but I’m asking the physical media collectors on here) Or are you more accepting of that because it is the only option for those companies? I’m just curious as to people’s feelings on that, because some people on here have been known to describe standard definition DVDs as “unwatchable”.

          • SCSA says:

            Well after having to go back to standard DVDs, I wouldn’t call them unwatchable! However they don’t give me all the fun & excitement I get from watching & browsing around on my Blu-Rays including it’s Chapters, Special features & Extra Blu-Ray matches! That’s most of my fun & excitement right there together with it’s Matches &/or Documentary/s 🙂

            • SAB says:

              DVD’s inferior sound and picture quality is well documented but your points sum up the ‘little things’ that make blu-ray that much better also. I’ll never understand why the general public didn’t all ditch DVDs and upgrade to something far superior. I’m buying a lot less WWE product these days…

              • RabidHeat says:

                Thanks, yeah I was just curious as to whether there was anybody out there that avoids all other wrestling companies purely because they don’t release BluRays. I’m watching mostly other companies these days as I’ve just had about as much WWE as I can take and the Roman problem doesn’t look like it’s going away any time soon, so it’s kind of standard def for me or nothing at the mo, lol. I’m not into streaming either.

          • BAS says:

            Everyone else pretty much summed it up already, but the thing I liked about Blu-rays is the playback. I’m not sure if anyone else has avoided this issue or not, but I’ve never had a problem with Blu-ray disc being defective whereas DVDs are bound to have that issue. That’s what it seems anyway.

          • also farts mcdougal says:

            collectors want the best possible option based on current available technology, especially tape trader/footage hoarder types who don’t want to have to re-buy the same footage years down the road when it gets upgraded in some form or another.

            they could put these sets on the network and they’d instantly be higher quality than the DVD releases, rendering the purchases kind of moot compared to a homebrew/ripped collection.

            same reason it sucks that PPVs don’t get BD releases anymore. used to be worth buying but why pay $20-25 for a downgraded version compared to their subscription service? It’s not that they’re ‘unwatchable,’ it’s just that it’s bogus to pay more for less.

        • farts mcdougal says:

          More content on fewer discs. You’re right ‘most’ aren’t doing that. but it’s valid. Just not sure it’s worth doing on these in particular. You’re missing the point of it mainly because this is a bad hypothetical use of it.

  6. Robert James Emons says:

    Do we know if evolution will be released in the us this year also?

  7. andemoine winrow says:

    So both ‘THE SUPER SHOWDOWN’ and ‘THE GREATEST ROYAL RUMBLE’ will be out on the same day? Oh well, the sooner the better.

  8. SCSA says:

    Can somebody help me with something please.. above for the ‘Upcoming titles’ it is stated:

    * Also available on Blu-ray
    ** Also available on Blu-ray (UK/European Exclusive)
    ~ US Exclusive DVD release
    ^ UK/European Exclusive DVD release

    So does this mean that upcoming titles such as the Shawn Michaels Unreleased set will be released on Blu-Ray too as an Exclusive?! As the Shawn Michaels Unreleased set is not shown on ‘’ website as a Blu-Ray & I’ve already pre-ordered my Michaels set on DVD, though would rather have it on Blu-Ray!!!

  9. VintageSimon says:

    I only have two of the titles released this year: Royal Rumble 2018, and Raw 25. I’ll add Shawn Michaels Unreleased and WM34 (when it’s cheaper), so just the four in total.

    Does anyone know if the Saudi show on Nov 2 is going to be a Network special and/or released on DVD? If the rumoured HBK comeback match takes place, this will be an event worth owning.

    • Patrick McNamara says:

      Hold up HBK is rumored too be coming out of retirement?!! Against who?!! Please be Daniel Bryan! Please give him one more Wrestlemania match too!!! WrestleMania 35….Shawn Michaels.vs.Triple H! No Holds Barred match!

  10. RabidHeat says:

    And of course, as we all know, according to reviewer Mark ’30 Years of Summerslam’ is the best DVD set of the year! 🙂

    • Eric says:

      The poll actually has the Macho DVD by a pretty big margin. I am only buying “unreleased” matches and blu rays now. If they put a couple of FCW matches on, or an unreleased live event match, they have me hooked. Otherwise, I am out. Except for the Styles DVD. I wish it were on blu ray, but I am an unapologetic mark and I am buying it 🙂

    • Daniel Bee says:

      Rabid, some others in the poll chose the same. Like the review post the other day it’s just one person’s point of view.

      Someone might want a set stacked with memorable matches they grew up on, others will want brand new/exclusive stuff.

      I personally loved the old documentary titles.

      • Big G says:

        I agree I wish they did more documentaries… I think the only big documentary being released this year is from Highspots Michael Elliott releasing the Florida Championship Wrestling dvd set

      • RabidHeat says:

        I know perfectly well that it’s one person’s point of view, and I was making the point that I disagreed. Not sure why you felt I needed it explained to me as to what constitutes somebody’s opinion, but thanks all the same.

        • Daniel Bee says:

          “I was making the point that I disagreed” – not exactly, it was more like negativity from you about Mark’s viewpoint, carried over to an article nothing to do with that really.

          It was sarcasm instead of just saying that you disagree and telling us what WWE DVD you like best.

          So I rightly called you on it.

          Deal with it. 😎

          I get it if WWE DVD, or their product in general, or our site here, isn’t interesting you as much lately – each to their own – but there’s bad vibes from your comments these days. Why, dude?

    • Big G says:

      I agree with you, it has been a lazy year for releases. I hope that they do at least one or two of the documentary releases they have done in the past. Not the 1 hour docs but the documentaries where they go 2 hours plus. I understand it is the Network era, I can still wish correct…

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