A ‘MYSTERY’ WWE DVD Added to 2018 Schedule, Photos of Digipak Version WRESTLEMANIA 34 DVD

May 21, 2018 by Daniel Bee

WWE Adds 'Mystery' DVD to 2018 Home Video Schedule!

Details are being kept well under wraps for now but WrestlingDVDNetwork.com has learned that WWE recently added a “mystery” DVD to their 2018 Home Video line-up!

We have NOT yet been told what this unknown title will be so for now it’s all speculation – but we do have word that it has been pencilled in for release towards the end of the year. It’s also expected to be in addition to the WWE DVDs already scheduled which were rumored to include AJ Styles, an Unreleased set on Shawn Michaels, “30 Years of SummerSlam” and a WWE 24 Collection.

As you may have been following, the “Greatest Royal Rumble” was expected to be added to the schedule soon but unfortunately plans to produce this pay-per-view on Home Video appear to have been scrapped for now; there is no sign of such a DVD in the United States and after appearing on WWEDVD.co.uk’s release schedule it has since been removed with a notice indicating that the release has been “postponed”.

In more positive news WWE’s “30 Years of SummerSlam” DVD looks to have the go-ahead as it has now showed up on that aforementioned UK schedule. Expect to see that one in August.

If that got confusing here are the takeaways from today’s update:

  • A new WWE DVD we haven’t heard about yet is on the way in 2018.
  • All being well this unknown title will be released toward the end of the year.
  • It’s not “Greatest Royal Rumble” because that appears to have been postponed or cancelled.
  • It’s not “30 Years of SummerSlam” either – but that title has now been confirmed.

UPDATE (5/23):

“Greatest Royal Rumble” is back on the schedule. Read more.

WWE 'Greatest Royal Rumble' PPV - Undertaker vs. Rusev, Casket Match!

Exactly two weeks from today the WrestleMania 34 DVD and Blu-ray editions will officially arrive in the United Kingdom. You’ve seen photos of the US version but now it’s time to get a first look at the UK’s ‘Mania DVD which has been produced as a Digipak!

In these WrestlingDVDNetwork.com exclusive photos you can get eyes on the 4-disc DVD set which, for the first time ever, combines the WrestleMania Home Video release with the weekend’s NXT TakeOver event. This special edition is exclusive to WWEDVD.co.uk and ASDA stores in the UK, and also available in limited quantities in Germany for customers of Amazon.de and Media Markt.

WWE WrestleMania 34 DVD - Digipak Photos, Front Cover
WWE WrestleMania 34 DVD - Digipak Photos, Back Cover

With the entire WrestleMania 34 event, its Kickoff Show matches, the full RAW after ‘Mania and the NXT TakeOver: New Orleans bonus disc, this store exclusive packs in almost 11 hours of content!

All first-run copies of the WM34 DVD in the UK come housed in a Digipak (with a slipcover around it) and inside that Digipak there’s loads of great action shots from the event featuring the likes of Ronda Rousey, The Undertaker, John Cena, Triple H, Brock Lesnar, Roman Reigns, Daniel Bryan, Sami Zayn, AJ Styles, Seth Rollins, Charlotte Flair, Finn Bálor, and more.

As for the discs, the three standard ones are each held in their individual panels as usual, while the NXT bonus disc is held in the same compartment as the paper insert which details the content listing.

Grab a copy of WrestleMania 34 in the UK on June 4th. It’s on the way as a 3-disc DVD, a 2-disc Blu-ray, a 4-disc DVD with the NXT bonus disc, a 2-disc Blu-ray with the NXT bonus disc (in DVD format), and a 3-disc DVD with Sainsbury’s exclusive artwork… and breathe!

WWE WrestleMania 34 DVD - Digipak Photos, The Undertaker & Ronda Rousey
WWE WrestleMania 34 DVD - Digipak Photos, Inside Artwork



Welcome to WrestleMania.

History is made when Ronda Rousey steps inside a WWE ring for the first time ever to team with Kurt Angle and take on Stephanie McMahon and Triple H in a Mixed Tag Team Match!

AJ Styles defends the WWE Championship against Shinsuke Nakamura. The undefeated Asuka looks to extend her winning record when she faces Charlotte Flair for the SmackDown Women’s Championship. Roman Reigns hopes to claim immortality and the Universal Championship in the main event of WrestleMania when he tangles with “The Beast Incarnate” Brock Lesnar.

And will Undertaker show up to accept the challenge of John Cena? On this night, Superstars become legends, and legends become immortal.


WWE WrestleMania 34 DVD - With NXT TakeOver: New Orleans Bonus Disc
WWE 'NXT TakeOver: New Orleans' DVD - Bonus Disc With WrestleMania 34

Runtime Info (approx.)

DISC 1: 2 hours and 56 minutes.
DISC 2: 2 hours and 55 minutes.
DISC 3: 2 hours and 8 minutes.
DISC 4 (BONUS): 2 hours and 59 minutes.

Full Match Listing And Extras for WWE WrestleMania 34 DVD & Blu-ray…


WWE WrestleMania 34 DVD - Digipak Photos, Disc Artwork
<WWE WrestleMania 34 DVD - Digipak Photos, Disc Artwork
WWE WrestleMania 34 DVD - Digipak Photos, Disc Artwork

Get your hands on the WWE WRESTLEMANIA 34 DVD or Blu-ray…

USA: RIGHT NOW! Grab WrestleMania on DVD or Blu-ray right now here on Amazon.com.

Australia: This Wednesday! Get your WrestleMania DVD on pre-order now at Madman.com.au.

UK/Europe: June 4th. Pre-order the WrestleMania DVD or Blu-ray now on Amazon.co.uk.

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  1. Thomas says:

    Sainsbury’s will be stocking their own WWE WrestleMania 34 DVD on Monday 4 June 2018 as their own exclusive artwork version

  2. Ramone Coffey says:

    I hope they release a WWE Best of Superstars from 1986-1996. That would be good. A Shawn Michaels unrelease would be great also.

  3. ChrisZ says:

    The unreleased sets are boring as hell with no commentary etc I just hope it’s a new attitude collection like 1998

  4. RnRisKing says:

    Hoping it’s an unreleased WCW set

  5. Steiner says:

    Anyone know Wrestlemania will be on blu ray for U.S? If so will NXT be on it?

  6. Steiner says:

    I’m down for unreleased content….. wishful thinking would be a “50 hours of RAW” set where fans can pick 50 hours of RAW… but that’s wishful thinking

  7. RCS1988 says:

    Maybe an Unreleased Volume 2.

  8. RabidHeat says:

    Something tells me it may be dawning on WWE that although they made a boat-load of money in Saudi, in PR terms it may have hurt them more in the long-run, specifically with the female audience.

  9. Anan says:

    Looking forward to the SSlam set. Just based on the name, I’m speculating that this is a continuation of the True Story sets, previously done on WM and RR. Otherwise it could also be a Best Of collection on SSlam too.

    Regarding the mystery set that’ll be out at the end of the year, I don’t believe it’ll be the previously announced then canceled set on Shane McMahon. With Bryan recently returned to action or Paige recently retiring from the ring, could be a set on one of them. Considering the fan reaction and to my knowledge the fact that he hasn’t gotten a set yet, it could be a Miz set. Maybe one on SD since the 1000th episode is not far away. Who knows? Ton of potential here.

    • whut says:

      but “30 Years of SummerSlam” seems much closer to “30 Years of Survivor Series” than the other ones?

      • Anan says:

        Wasn’t aware that there was a 30 Years of SSeries released. I would think the 30 Years is just a different name for whatever reason but that whether it’s called 30 Years or True Story that their intent is same/similar whether that sameness/similarity is the end result or not. Do u get what I mean as wrestlers typically say in interviews? In other words, regardless of the name I think the intent is to document the specific event’s history. Just my opinion though.

        I only saw the True Story of WM. Could’ve been better but of the ones done on RR and apparently SSeries, WM seems to be the best reviewed as of now.

  10. Timothy J Thorpe says:

    A mystery release? Maybe Rey Mysterio? Ok, maybe not.

    • RabidHeat says:

      I don’t think that’s an unlikely suggestion actually. WDN did choose the word “Mystery” after all.

  11. meme says:

    My biggest want for the mystery DVD is the often mentioned Best of Superstarrs 1986-1996 compilation set. As far as what it could be rather than what I specifically want…how about Mark Henry finally gets a DVD? That would be a logical guess.

    • RabidHeat says:

      I just can’t imagine needing to own that many Mark Henry matches gathered in one place. Imagine sitting through that. I know he’s a nice guy and had an impressive career and achieved a lot, but the matches?

  12. Corey says:

    With the recent passing of Bruno Sammartino, they’ve never done a documentary/match comp on him and I think it’s a good enough time and have narration of the biography done by Arnold Schwarzenegger

    • LP1 says:

      They did do a great documentary on Bruno last month on the Network. I would love to see an extended version of that documentary released on video. Also Schwarzenegger is shown interviewed several times during it.

      • RabidHeat says:

        My only fear is that WWE will assume that an old-school DVD on someone like Bruno won’t sell.

        • LP1 says:

          Other than WrestleMania nothing really sells. The home video sales are so low at this point that they no longer break down the sales in their quarterly reports.

        • RCS1988 says:

          A Collection of Bruno matches from MSG, CW, & ASW would sell.

        • Anan says:

          Yes & no I think. Today’s fans, no probably and for obvious reasons. But older or old school fans who may/may not watch anymore will likely end up picking the set up. However those who love both wrestling and history, current fans or not, may buy it too as it’d have both wrestling and history in it which people who love both will be interesting in seeing for that reason.

          The Unreleased sets as well as sets on Sting, Macho Man, etc contain old school material yet sold well enough.

      • Anan says:

        If I recall, Warrior’s Network documentary was extended via dvd/bluray set. So same could eventually happen for Bruno who to my knowledge hasn’t had a set on him yet.

    • terry royce says:

      yes ive been waiting for a dvd of him for a longtime it should have been done while he was alive

  13. David says:

    Doesn’t surprise me Greatest Royal Rumble is not coming out as it was a nothing show anyways with crap atmosphere.

    It was just a propaganda event for the Saudis and WWE thinks they are a part of this progression for that backwards country and just a load of BS since that country will never change, especially when they had to apologize for the women being dressed “inappropriately” during the promo that aired for the dual brand ppvs and how they specifically said they will never change their views on that.

    • RabidHeat says:

      It does say “postponed” though. Presumably they chose that word over “cancelled” for a reason.

  14. Justin says:

    Well looking at the post on Facebook. The first word in the description is GONG. Looks like another undertaker DVD is on the way

    • RabidHeat says:

      How on earth would another Undertaker set be a priority at this point? Unless it has a career-spanning documentary, of course. If it’s just a match comp (again), no thanks.

      • Anan says:

        He’s one of if not the most requested for a set. Me personally I really don’t care if it’s a doc or a best of though yes I too prefer a career spanning doc like the last Stone Cold set versus the type of doc we got with the Sting set. However I believe the Taker doc is best done after he retires so his entire career could be covered though they probably won’t since docs are so short now. If a Taker set is a non-doc, it should def be an Unreleased set. Either way we should get an Unreleased and doc sets on him sooner or later considering his popularity and the company’s undoubted awareness of his popularity.

        • RabidHeat says:

          Fair enough, if it’s Unreleased. But another generic match compilation of previously released stuff is just redundant. The Tombstone, Deadliest Matches and Streak sets covered his career amply.

          • Anan says:

            In terms of matches yes a good portion of his career has been covered as those sets u mentioned by name were compilation sets, not docs. Don’t think even 3 match compilation sets will be enough to entirely cover a career as long as Taker’s. Plus it’s only his WWE career those sets centered on. We haven’t gotten a real true career spanning documentary set on him as of yet. Usually those career spanning docs will cover the talent’s pre WWE career like the docs on SCSA’s Bottom Line, I think HHH’s Thy Kingdom Come did for example. Especially if WWE own that respective companies’ library. If not they’ll at least mention their pre WWE days as they’ve been open now to mentioning/acknowledging by name TNA, show footage of ROH which I think they did for KO’s set and the recent Hardyz’ set.

            My Yard while it is a career documentary is partially in character as Ksne talked about Taker as if they were brothers yet by now it’s been acknowledged on tv snd elsewhere that they aren’t. Sometimes they’ll say they are half brothers. And My Ysrd was released in 2001 so it was a career doc but only up to his 2001 feud vs Stone Cold. The Streak, I don’t really see it as a doc but more of a compilation that contains a few comments from some of his WM opponents (some comments were recycled from elsewhere) prior to his matches w/them.

            • LP1 says:

              The problem with covering his career pre-WWE is it goes against The Undertaker character’s backstory. Granted they did mention his time in WCW and showed brief clips of him in the Skyscrapers on the “It’s My Yard” DVD release many years ago, but that was when he was still the American Bad Ass and they were more open to talking about the real Mark Calaway at the time than they are now. The only way they do a real comprehensive career documentary, where he talks out of character, is when he is legit officially retired. And as of right now it’s anyone’s guess when, or if, he’ll ever really retire.

  15. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

    That Gong.. and Thunder/Lightning.. so familiar.. just can’t put my finger on it.. God dammit, you teasing WDN-guys.. he he he

    Gotta see it, to believe it.. but.. nice touch with that sound effects to what may…or may not..be the Crown-jewel of Bluray/DVD releases, at least regarding Superstars. 😉

  16. Mike Poulin says:

    I’m guessing the release of the HBK Unreleased set is dependant on the sales of the Macho Man one coming out next week. I like the Unreleased sets as it’s a lot of matches I haven’t seen. I hope there’s more of the Unreleased in years to come. Off the top of my head I would love to see an IC Title unreleased set next year, with it being the 40 year anniversary of the title’s existence.

    • George F says:

      That’s kinda the whole point of it being unreleased isn’t it? Showing matches people haven’t seen before?

    • Anan says:

      That’d be cool. If they do Unreleased sets on titles, I’d appreciate if the WWE title for obvious reasons was first. It was their first title. So it’s history is longer. Or they could dedicate each disc to a specific title too if they wanted though I prefer each set is on a specific title. If these did well enough we could see Unreleased sets on women’s and tag team titles too.

      • LP1 says:

        The WWE World Championship is the oldest title (1963) still in existence in WWE today, but the actual first championship created by the company was the WWWF United States Tag Team Championship which goes back to 1958. Yes the original WWF Women’s Championship goes back to 1956, but that title wasn’t created by WWE. Vince bought that title from Moolah and made it an official WWF title in late 1983.

  17. Patrick McNamara says:

    WWE should release a set around Halloween called “Wrestling’s most notorious controversial and frightening stars”. It should be a 3 disc dvd ,2 disc blu ray featuring a collection of profiles and matches and moments of wrestling’s most controversial stars. Such as Dr Sam Sheppard,CM Punk,Ivan Koloff,etc… The extras featuring matches and promos. Including the 1971 WWWF championship match between Bruno Sammartino and Ivan Koloff where Koloff won the WWWF championship. I think this set could be a huge hit.

  18. Mark Markson says:

    I feared the Greatest Royal Rumble was cancelled in the UK. A pre-order is up for Backlash, and that event took place after the Greatest Royal Rumble. I’d expect Fremantle to release the shows chronologically.

    It just annoys me a bit that they first annonce it, and then cancel it.

  19. RabidHeat says:

    I normally get the version with the Sainsbury’s exclusive artwork, but if it’s a choice between that or Takeover, I’ll take the extra content every time. I’m presuming Sainsbury’s will have the same artwork on the slip cover as the Best Buy version in the States.

    • Daniel Bee says:


    • Anan says:

      TakeOvers I feel should have their own sets. It’d allow extra content to compromise of the important stuff that led to the bigger matches of that specific TakeOver. Considering how many they’ve had so far wouldn’t mind an anthology set including all the ones they’ve done so far. Who knows? We may eventually see these some day. Not anytime soon though I believe.

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