REVEALED: New Cover Artwork (And Extras List) for WWE Extreme Rules 2016 DVD & Blu-Ray

June 1, 2016 by Daniel Bee

A new month, a new WWE DVD cover!

Extreme Rules 2016, one of two releases on the way in June, has just had its artwork updated. So, let’s take a look…

WWE Extreme Rules 2016 - Logo

Dean Ambrose’s cover is gone; he’s replaced by AJ Styles, Roman Reigns… and Seth Rollins!

Last month’s PPV was headlined by AJ Styles vs. Roman Reigns in an Extreme Rules Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship – and as you (hopefully) know by now, Seth Rollins made his long-awaited return at the closure of the event, delivering a Pedigree to Reigns.

The moment features on the box art of both the DVD and UK exclusive Blu-ray, revealed here:

WWE Extreme Rules 2016 DVD - New, Updated Cover Artwork

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It’s the one night of the year when WWE throws the rulebook out the window and takes things to the extreme!

Witness WWE Superstars compete in matches where anything goes and anything can happen.



No Disqualification Match
Baron Corbin vs. Dolph Ziggler
(Extreme Rules Kickoff Show)



— Dean Ambrose Destroys Chris Jericho’s $15,000 Jacket
Monday Night RAW • May 9, 2016

— Sami Zayn & Cesaro vs. The Miz & Kevin Owens
SmackDown • May 12, 2016

— WWE Womens Championship Contract Signing
Monday Night RAW • May 16, 2016

— Roman Reigns vs. Luke Gallows
SmackDown • May 19, 2016

WWE Extreme Rules 2016 Blu-ray - New, Updated Cover Artwork

Get your copy of the WWE Extreme Rules 2016 DVD (or Blu-ray)…

USA: June 21st. Lock in a pre-order for the DVD now here on

Australia: July 6th. Pre-order Extreme Rules on DVD over at

UK/Europe: July 18th. Pre-order Extreme Rules on DVD (or Blu-ray) here on

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  1. Justin F says:

    Of course, WWE replaces it with a generic cover. Why don’t they ever put the Poster as the artwork?

    • LP1 says:

      They did for WrestleMania this year. Granted there were 2 posters used this year, but they still used one for the cover.

  2. THOMAS says:

    I gotta laugh at people complaining about the artwork of the PPV DVDS these days, it is not as good artwork as it was 15 years ago

  3. Jeff Copeland says:

    Roses are red, Violets are blue People are still complaining about dvd covers why does this really bother all of you!! xD

  4. AD Degreez says:

    I don’t care it’s a spoiler I just think it’s too much pasted on top what was wrong with just an and reigns with logo. Less is more….

  5. DVDFreak27 says:

    Spoilers or not that is an amazing cover. Love the spine too.

  6. LP1 says:

    Here’s the thing with spoiler covers, there’s ways of including live pictures from the event on the cover without actually giving away the “money shot”, for lack of a better term. You don’t see movie studios do this on their BR/DVD covers. The new Batman vs Superman movie would look ridiculous if they showed the casket on the cover. Or the last Star Wars movie would look really dumb if they showed you Rey and Luke looking at eachother on the island. “But those movies were already in theaters. Everyone knows what happened by the time it’s released on home video”. Not the point. It’s the presentation that’s important. Whether someone knows or not how a movie ends(or who wins on a wrestling show) before they buy it on BR/DVD is irrelevant. There’s a reason movies don’t spoil endings and neither do books. It’s presentation that’s important. They could’ve easily just shown a picture of Reigns and Styles in mid-battle on the cover. It would’ve had the same affect, but not given away the surprise ending right there front and center.

    • LP1 says:

      Also, if you want to get technical and nitpick, the ropes at Extreme Rules were white. On the cover they’re red. Now THERE’S something to really get angry about!

    • Zach says:

      I’m not saying I’m for spoiler covers, I just don’t see the point of complaining about them anymore. I see your point and I agree. Reigns/Styles on the cover without Rollins pedigreeing Reigns would’ve been just fine. I didn’t intend to come off rude, just sick of people always complaining about it. It’s pointless.

      • LP1 says:

        I’m used to it now, when it comes to spoiler covers. When they first started doing it I absolutely hated it. Now, not so much. I was just pointing out the obvious problems when it comes to spoilers. Not that I think it’s ok, mind you.

  7. Zach says:

    LOL at people still complaining about “spoilers” on the cover. Who cares. You already know what happened on the show, don’t act like it’s a big deal. Like Joseph said, it’s whoevers fault if they didn’t see the PPV or didn’t care to follow up on what happened. And don’t give me the dumb excuse that some new fan might be roaming Walmart in 5 years that didn’t see this show, see it on the shelf and be spoiled by a 5 year old event.

  8. Ben Clarke says:

    As soon as I see the headline of “updated cover” I guessed that Seth Rollins would feature on it.
    I laughed when I was right…

  9. Considering that I attended Extreme Rules, I have no problem with the current cover of the DVD. But if it bothers those that didn’t watch it, I blame them for not seeing the PPV.

  10. First cover with Ambrose was way better
    I hate spoiler covers

  11. James Donnelly says:

    They do it with every PPV. It’s like they assume you’ve already seen the PPV so they put on the winners photos on the sleeve and covers or inserts.

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