Three New WWE DVD Covers, Two Titles Go Out-Of-Print, One More to Network

October 3, 2014 by Daniel Bee

WWE Hell in a Cell 2014 DVD Cover - Dean Ambrose

The above is new cover artwork for the WWE Hell in a Cell 2014 DVD, featuring Dean Ambrose. As with the Night of Champions cover reveal prior to the pay-per-view event, this artwork should be considered preliminary and subject to change at a later date.

Hell in a Cell airs live on October 26th via traditional PPV and on the WWE Network. The physical DVD will be released just one month later on November 25th.

Speaking of new covers, the artwork for the planned Triple H and Stephanie McMahon workout DVDs has now been uploaded. Check out large versions on Amazon using the buttons to the right or the links below:

WWE Fit Series: Stephanie McMahon DVD
WWE Power Series: Triple H DVD

These DVDs are in fact produced by Lionsgate, explaining why they didn’t appear on the usual schedules, but are endorsed by WWE as “official WWE workouts”.

Power Series: Triple H - WWE Workout DVD
Fit Series: Stephanie McMahon - WWE Workout DVD

The next incoming WWE DVD release to the United States is the Undertaker and Kane “Brothers of Destruction” DVD which is available this coming Tuesday. WrestlingSuperStore have a first look at the US version, as shown in the image below.

Despite the October 7th release date, WWE has had the DVD in stock here on for a while. It’s also available in packages with a T-Shirt or zipped hoodie, here.

“Brothers of Destruction” has been available to fans in the United Kingdom and elsewhere in Europe (with an exclusive Blu-ray edition) since late August, early September.

WWE Brothers of Destruction DVD - Undertaker & Kane

The next two WWE DVDs reported to have gone out-of-print in the United States are:

“The Legacy of Stone Cold Steve Austin”.
“The Best of RAW & Smackdown 2011”.

WWE Legacy of Stone Cold Steve Austin DVD - Logo

“Ric Flair: The Definitive Collection” will be the next WWE DVD documentary streaming on the WWE Network. This one was originally released back in 2008.

We’ve just listed that on our WWE DVDs on WWE Network page.

WWE Network - Ric Flair Definitive Collection DVD Documentary

DEAL: Look out for a potentially great deal on the RAW 20th Anniversary DVD box set (12 discs!) today on eBay. Today’s auction has a current bid of just $20.00 and will be expiring soon.

Look here or click the image below to place your bid now.

WWE RAW 20th Anniversary Collecton DVD Box Set

New WWE DVDs on

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  1. lee says:

    only came here to look at the steph dvd cover – looks nice but i guess it will be a US only dvd?

    i dont buy dvds anyway now, infact i barely plan on buying any wwe blurays either, its all on the network or will be there eventually.

    i will find a download of the steph dvd though as i suspect it wont be on the network.

    as for the hell in a cell cover – thats cool if it ends up as the cover but again, wont be buying when ill have unlimited access to it anytime.

  2. Bill says:

    That’s a quick DVD cover reveal

  3. Raloir says:

    That’s the poster (with Dean) not the cover. You can see it on the HIAC page on

    • Daniel Bee says:

      It’s that poster art made into the DVD cover but as the article says it should just be considered temporary anyway.

  4. LP1 says:

    I believe this is the first time we have a DVD cover for a PPV before we even have one match announced for the show.

    • Timothy Thorpe says:

      I think it would be a cool cover if that’s the way they’re going.

    • Kenny says:

      Lol! Yeah, but only because this site didn’t exist during the build for December to Dismember toward the end of ’06.

      • LP1 says:

        That’s right. That was when they had 3 PPVs in a 4 week span. Survivor Series on November 26th, D2D on December 3rd and Armageddon on December 17th. Brilliant strategy there.

  5. Alan Shore says:

    Not entirely sure I’d be going to a woman with silicone norks and a man on Christ knows what for fitness advice, but that’s just me.

    • Mark D says:

      What do her breasts have to do with anything? Plus didn’t she say recently that she had her implants

    • Kenny says:

      Not that anybody’s judging…

      Boobs aside (since they’re irrelevant here), Stephanie is in damn good shape; so I don’t see a problem with her.

      As far as Hunter goes, he’s nowhere near as big as he was years ago, but the guy is still in killer shape.

  6. Rocky245 says:

    Looking at the steph cover and i can see alexa bliss and lana working out with her this is gonna be the hottest wwe dvd ever produced and provide a lot of wrist related injuries

    • LP1 says:

      Lana is not on this video. It’s Stephanie, Naomi, Alexa Bliss, Sasha Banks, Carmella(the girl with Enzo & Big Cass) and 3 girls who aren’t with the company anymore, Kendall Skye, Veronica Lance and Shara. I believe Shara(Sarah Backman) is the one that looks like Lana on the back cover.

  7. King1111 says:

    Dean Ambrose sucks. Hell, so do Reigns and Rollins

  8. GEOLINK says:

    They should’ve saved the release and just put it on the Network instead. But hey, new original content on the Network? Who needs that?

    • Daniel Bee says:

      Which one exactly though? The workout ones are more for the fitness market and as such aren’t technically WWE DVDs anyway.

      BOD could have been better 🙁 The UK’s Blu-ray extras did help it out.

    • some guy says:

      I know, right?? I mean aside from Monday Night War, Wrestlemania Rewind, Slam City, Countdown, Legends House, or the Shield, Ultimate Warrior, Vickie Guerrero, and Daniel Bryan specials, they barely have any original content on the Network at all!

  9. David says:

    Hope they stick with the HIAC art as it’s a little different to what they normally produce and is Cena less…..

  10. Mr Hesse says:

    Do you think I can just pre-order the Steph cover art?

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