Today at WrestlingDVDNews.com we can exclusively reveal the WWE Brothers of Destruction – Greatest Matches DVD cover artwork, but with an added twist!
This single-disc release on The Undertaker and Kane will be a collection of seven of the greatest matches featuring the Brothers of Destruction, as they team up against the likes of Edge & Christian, The Dudley Boyz, The Miz & John Morrison, and more.
“Brothers of Destruction” will be released in the United States and Australia on DVD format, while fans in the UK and Europe will also get an exclusive Blu-ray version.
“Brothers of Destruction chronicles the long history of the partnership of Undertaker and his half-brother, Kane. Following Kane s introduction to WWE in the late 90’s, he and Undertaker engaged in bitter battles, before finally uniting as a team known as the Brothers of Destruction. Their on-again, off-again partnership captured the imagination of the WWE universe throughout the next decade, with memorable battles both individually and as a team, against some of the greatest Superstars in WWE history.
This single-disc DVD contains 7 matches featuring the best action from Kane and Undertaker as a tag team spanning from their formation as a team in 2001 through some of their most recent matches in 2008.”
The Brothers of Destruction
No Disqualification WWE Tag Team Championship Match
The Undertaker & Kane vs. Edge & Christian
SmackDown • April 19, 2001
The Undertaker & Kane vs. The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray & D-Von Dudley)
RAW • July 30, 2001
WCW Tag Team Championship Match
The Undertaker & Kane vs. Chuck Palumbo & Sean O’Haire
SmackDown • August 9, 2001
Steel Cage Match to Unify the WWE and WCW Tag Team Championship
The Undertaker & Kane vs. Diamond Dallas Page & Kanyon
SummerSlam • August 19, 2001
Five Years Later…
The Undertaker & Kane vs. MVP & Mr. Kennedy
SmackDown • December 15, 2006
The Undertaker & Kane vs. Mark Henry and Big Daddy V
SmackDown • February 1, 2008
The Undertaker & Kane vs. The Miz & John Morrison
ECW • April 15, 2008
You may notice that Brothers of Destruction will be the first WWE DVD to feature the new style “network” WWE logo, which will replace the “scratch” logo first utilized in 2002.
As we reported yesterday, word is that the new look WWE logo will become commonplace on WWE programming and all consumer products as of August 18, 2014.
@JustinF For your information you don’t even know me at all, I did watch the WWF back in 1997 & before 1997 as well, so I have the urge to prove you wrong.
@LP1 & @JustinF, I know when the WWF Scratch logo first utilized, it was in January 1998 beginning with the Royal Rumble event
You didn’t watch the WWF in 1997, did you?
As i mentioned the scratch logo first debuted at Survivor Series 97 with the “Attitude” promo which featured the logo.
Vince introduced the attitude era called “cure to the common show” on the December 15, 1997 RAW and the logo was featured on the bottom left corner going forward. They were interchangeably using the scratch logo and new generation logo until Wrestlemania 14.
You guys are wasting your time. The dude obviously has his mind made up and there’s no changing it.
The cover is great, but I’m sad because of the content.
The WWF Scratch logo started in early 1998 which was January 1998 for the start of the Attitude Era beginning with the 1998 Royal Rumble event
Read my comment.
He just made up his own history. lol
@LP1 I disagree with you moaning & complaining all the time, everyone has a right to say what they want about the new artwork of the Brothers Of Destruction dvd & the new WWE Logo.
What are they going to do about the relatively new WWE Championship belt that features the scratch logo in quite a big way? Lol.
Great cover, totally badass & the new wwe logo just adds to it…..nice job.
What? A one disc wonder. that’s impossible! How is Walmart going to react? They need the option for 2 for 1 disc sets. So whats the other disc then?
“first utilized in 2002”
You mean 1997.
He means in 2002 when the company name was changed from WWF to WWE and the F part was removed from the logo, which was then used up until now.
Removing the letter has nothing to do with it being different at all. The scratch logo has been around since 1997.
The original WWF scratch logo was first used in 1998, not 1997. The WWE scratch logo that is being phased out has been in use since 2002.
The scratch logo debuted at Survivor Series 97 with the “Attitude” marketing slogan and logo. For the remainder of 97 and up to Wrestlemania 14 the Attitude Era logo and The New Generation were used interchangeably. I believe Unforgiven 98 was the first ppv they were exclusively using the scratch logo.
David’s right about Survivor Series ’97 being the first time the WWF attitude logo was shown. Then the December 15, 1997 episode of Raw was the first time they used the attitude logo in the bottom left hand corner of the screen.
What release says 1-disc on the cover? I think there will definitely be different versions of this to purchase because of that.
“Wow!” was my reaction when I saw that cover.
Like the cover art but come on 7 matches really not enough
I agree. It should have been three disc and also chronicled their rivalry in addition to their teaming.
NOT ENOUGH MATCHES! Jeez they need better ones
Ugh!!! Terrible terrible terrible cover. They look like… I don’t know… like a comic book or a cartoon. So dumb!!! And the title of this set just turns me off. And Taker should be on the left, Kane on the right. And it should’ve been Kane with his old mask. And Taker should have a shaved head. I was so excited for this, but now I have no desire to see this. And don’t even get me started on the new WWE logo. I may just stop being a fan of wrestling altogether because of that. Yeah, I think I’m done. I’m gonna go burn every piece of wrestling memorabilia I own. And I’m gonna do some other overdramatic stuff too.
This is how ridiculous some of you sound. There are legit things to complain about when it comes to WWE’s DVD/BR releases, but some of you nitpick to an obnoxious degree.
Not gonna lie, I’m really not liking that cover. At all. I get what they were going for, but it just looks tacky. Won’t stop me from getting the release though.
Awesome cover. I can’t wait to find out about the blu ray exclusives. I may import this over here depending on what they are.
Amazon UK have this listed for release on September 1st and also a blu ray version!.
From the above article:
“…while fans in the UK and Europe will also get an exclusive Blu-ray version.”
@TheManInBlu, the new logo does not agree with me, at least you agree with me on that, but I am not going to be stopped by anyone to watch WWE after SummerSlam at all.
one of the best covers wwe has ever done, awesome job to whoever designed it
That artwork is indeed awesome. A pat on the back to the designers is deserved for that. It’s amazing to think that the ‘scratch’ logo has been in effect for 12 years, not to mention the WWF variant used before it. I will miss the old logo but I like the crisp, refreshed design of the new logo.
Daniel; I looked at the release dates but Brothers of Destruction isn’t listed. Is it coming out in August or September? Wanna grab that 🙂
To be honest the release date hasn’t come through (only has for UK/Australia) but the cover artwork above is for a US version. I would guess August at the moment. Perhaps it’ll end up as a store exclusive in September but not sure yet.
Cool! We know it’s at least after Aug. 18. Thanks 🙂
Look at that horrible logo at the top of the amazing cover. I’m going to buy all future blu-rays and DVDs just so I can throw them out!
This cover art will be in the running for best cover of the year for me. FANTASTIC!!
Awesome cover art
Anyone think this will have the potential to be UBER RARE in 10 years or so since it’ll be the first DVD with the new logo?
If that is the way that the new WWE Logo is going to look like, then I will stop buying the WWE DVDS with the new logo, I will just buy the classic WWE events from 1999 to 2002 under the WWF logo – Silver Vision logo
Good look with that, best stop watching WWE altogether after SummerSlam. 😛
Are you serious? You’ll stop buying a product you enjoy just because of a stupid little logo? That makes absolutely no sense, man. I’m not a big fan of the new logo for the time being, it’ll probably grow on me just as the current one did over the years. But even if I hated the logo, it sure as hell wouldn’t stop me from getting something I love and enjoy!!
Don’t feed the troll.