New WWE DVD Release Dates for December; Full Year 2014 Schedule Confirmed

September 2, 2014 by Daniel Bee

WWE Attitude Era Logo

The planned WWE DVD releases for December in the United States are now confirmed to simply be “WWE Presents: True Giants” and Survivor Series 2014.

“WWE Presents: True Giants” will be on both DVD and Blu-ray formats, while Survivor Series will only be on DVD format. The event has not seen a Blu-ray release in the US since 2012.

The full schedule for the remainder of 2014 is now known, as shown below. Upcoming titles include the likes of Sting, Randy Savage, and a second volume of The Attitude Era.

SummerSlam 2014 (DVD/Blu-ray) – September 16th
The Best of Sting (DVD/Blu-ray) – September 23rd

Brothers of Destruction (DVD) – October 7th
John Cena: Greatest Rivalries (DVD/Blu-ray) – October 14th
Night of Champions 2014 (DVD) – October 21st

The Attitude Era: Volume 2 (DVD/Blu-ray) – November 4th
Macho Man: The Randy Savage Story (DVD/Blu-ray) – November 18th
Hell in a Cell 2014 (DVD) – November 25th

WWE Presents: True Giants (DVD/Blu-ray) – December 9th
Survivor Series 2014 (DVD) – December 23rd

The new dates have been added to our WWE DVD Release Dates page. Be sure to bookmark and check back with that page as it is always kept up to date with upcoming titles.


Below is the confirmed cover artwork for the UK’s SummerSlam 2014 DVD/Blu-ray. You can pre-order a copy from WWEDVD.co.uk for release next month on October 27th.

Australia will also get it in October, while fans in the the United States will get the SummerSlam DVD/Blu-ray later this month. There will be 4 DVD extras and 8 Blu-ray exclusives.

WWE SummerSlam 2014 DVD & Blu-ray Cover - Brock Lesnar


At least 6 WWE DVDs will be re-released from 2 weeks today. They will be budget, single-disc titles priced at $6.95 each, according to the following Amazon pages. Links below.

John Cena: My Life (2007)
The Legacy of Stone Cold Steve Austin (2008)
The Rise and Fall of WCW (2009)
Undertaker’s Deadliest Matches (2010)
The Best of King of the Ring (2011)
Triple H: Thy Kingdom Come (2013)

WWE The Undertaker's Deadliest Matches Logo


Look out for this deal today here on eBay.com – a Wrestlemania Anthology box set that’s right now bid to only $28.00 with free shipping included!

And this $29.00 auction for a Summerslam Anthology box set, here on eBay.com.

WWE SummerSlam Anthology DVD Box Set

eBay seller “jaymzlv” has several WWE Blu-ray auctions ending today at only $3.99 each, and more sealed Blu-ray titles currently around the $9.99 mark. Worth a look.

$3.99 – Edge You Think You Know Me? Blu-ray
$3.99 – Randy Orton Evolution of a Predator Blu-ray
$3.99 – Best of Smackdown 2009-2010 Blu-ray (Sealed)
$3.99 – Survivor Series 2010 Blu-ray (Sealed)

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  1. Vintage Simon says:

    Has this site reported that a Slam City DVD is being released to the UK on November 3? No cover art as yet, but it has 26 episodes in total. Link here:
    http://www.zavvi.com/dvd/wwe-slam-city-episodes-1-26/10980003.html

  2. Nicolas Hébert says:

    Randy Savage and Attitude Era 2 in Blu Ray format will be a must buy!!!

  3. JBJ says:

    The macho man, sting & attitude era blurays (depending on the contents) are the must buys for me.

    I wouldn’t mind a volume 2 for Legends of Mid-South as the first one was pretty good but focused solely on guys who would become big stars in WWE or whom WWE chose to show respect to.

    • attitude.era.4life says:

      I liked the Mid-South release too, merely cause I really have no knowledge about that area, so it was cool to learn something new and basic.

      I too would therefor welcome another set, if there is more to be highlighted from that period.

  4. I could understand WWE re-releasing the documentaries, but how could you re-release the compilations as a single-disc DVD? Pretty stupid.

  5. richie Colombo II says:

    sting, bros of destruction, cena greatest rivals, macho man & attiude era vol 2 are a. must buy for me #cantwait

  6. TheManInBlu says:

    I’m hoping the “Best of WWE in Canada” (which is only being rumored at this point) will be added to that list. Very much looking forward to a DVD release like that featuring the best of the summer 2014 Canadian tour of Raw/Smackdown/Main Event…

  7. Justin says:

    I’m pretty disappointed Best PPV Matches 2014 and The Best Of Raw & SmackDown 2014 isn’t going to be released in December, I always look forward to spending my new years eve watching those. Hopefully they do get released in January so they include matches from Survivor Series.

    • Daniel Bee says:

      The Best of Raw/SD sets are historically released at the end of January, but I take your point. I will just make a quick prediction that the Best PPV series is scrapped but the RAW/SD one remains.

      • Justin says:

        I don’t collect all the monthly ppvs except WrestleMania which is 1 reason I love the “Best PPV Matches” series and personally I think WWE might be losing a lot of money by not releasing anymore of those.

        • Daniel Bee says:

          This year the difference is that all of the PPVs are on the Network with one touch which sadly could be a factor here. I think there’s still room for both DVDs and the Network with clever differentiation, but for PPV themed DVDs or the PPV DVDs themselves you’ve gotta think the Network is having a direct impact.

          • attitude.era.4life says:

            which would explain that there is fewer Bluray releases in US than in UK-Europe..

            now, I have not commited to the Network..I can though, since I live in the Nordics…which is sooner than UK to be able to hook up with the Network…a bit odd in my opinion, since at least in Denmark where I live, wrestling isn’t that big a theme..

            On the topic, I feel cheated for a free trial week like the US got.. I really do not see why, from a selling point of view, that wwe do not offer that free trial period too out of US. I am not putting any commitment, nor money in something that uncertain without possibility to get out of it right away the first times.

            • LP1 says:

              They have the option to subscribe month-to-month now. You don’t have to get the 6 month sub. Just get 1 month.

              • attitude.era.4life says:

                I could.. but I won’t.. like I stated: why there is no free one week trial for subscribers, I do not understand.. to test if broadcasting overseas to e.g. Denmark is without problems..

                yes, I know.. they (appearently) have already tested it, of course they have… but, not on my computer with my connection at my area.. I can not know for 100 % sure, if I do not test it at first.. Netflix offered free trial one week, so does Viaplay and so on.. maybe UK subscribers – who are larger in numbers for possible subscription than at least Denmark, but still have to wait for arrival of the Network – maybe they can get the free trial..and then I’d go visit one of my friends to check out the Network. Then.. and only then, I might think about subscribe.

                • Mark D says:

                  It will work, outside of the issues on the first few days and intermittent issues on PPV days there aren’t any issues. Try the $12.99 one month subscription, if you like it and it works go for 6 months.

                  • attitude.era.4life says:

                    naaaah.. not in that hurry to check it out, when I have to start paying for it, just to check it out.. and from what I hear, the content isn’t that overwhelming as of this point outside US, so to pay for, lets say, a repeat of next mondays Raw, since I can not watch on tv where I am; appearently with guest performance by none other than Jerry Springer…ehmm, noooo, I don’t think so, that I wanna pay for the reality-tv based product over and over and over again.

                    • Mark D says:

                      You’ve obviously been talking to people with a different WWE Network than me or the people who I talk to.

                      The content is exactly the same as the US, only Canada (who get theirs via Rogers) don’t have the same service.

                      If you can’t find ANYTHING worth watching on the Network currently you might want to question your wrestling-fandom.

                    • LP1 says:

                      All I’ve heard for the last 6 months is “When is the Network coming overseas?! When is the Network coming overseas?!” Now it’s finally there and people are complaining about not getting a free week? Sounds like people want to complain just for the sake of complaining.

  8. attitude.era.4life says:

    Macho Man, Attitude Era and True Giants are must buys for me. Cena again depends on if Bragging Rights 2009 Iron man match will be on there, which I doubt since another near one hour match is on there (HBK).

    Soooo..let us look a little bit into the future, now the seeminly full release program is revealed:

    I’d like to start 2015 with the following 4 releases:

    – Ecw unreleased vol. 3
    – Nitro vol. 3
    – Falls count anywhere vol. 2.
    – Wcw ppv matches vol. 2

    WWE, remember: there are still dvd/bluray collectors out there. 😉

  9. Roly says:

    Hope this means they hold off releasing the best of PPV matches until into the new year and include contenders from all 2014 ppvs.

    • SRB says:

      Good point! I didn’t even think of that. Usually they release it in early November or so, completely cutting off events from October and forward. Great idea to release it around mid-January or around there.

      • LP1 says:

        Or maybe they won’t be doing one at all.

        • David says:

          Its possible they won’t release until January, which makes sense. But honestly the Best PPV Matches set is really no big loss and wouldn’t mind if WWE don’t release it at all going forward.

          • attitude.era.4life says:

            Up to year 2012, I agree with you that the concept of best of ppv is pointless.. but, as the ppv quality in my view took a huge dump from 2013 and up till now, I would hate to see it be cancelled for good, cos it is a good way to collect the good matches.

            for example, in 2013, I only Rumble, Elimination Chamber and TLC. The rest I felt interest in is to be found on Best of ppv.

            Same goes for this year.. for me, lately I only buy whole ppvs when they have historical huge impact.. like TLC unification championship..which should have been on a best of ppv, come to think about it..so, maybe, just maybe, the wwe realise now..after 5 years..that their year actually end in december, and not in october.. 🙂

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