Photos of Tomorrow’s WWE MITB Blu-Ray, Best PPV Matches 2013 Coming

August 12, 2013 by Daniel Bee

WWE Money in the Bank Logo

WWE Money in the Bank 2013 is released tomorrow on DVD and Blu-ray across the United States!

The DVD version is available here at for $14.96. The Blu-ray edition is listed on Walmart’s site for the same price, $14.96. It’s also up on

With thanks to Pete Haase, here are some early pics of the Blu-ray edition.

WWE Money in the Bank 2013 Blu-ray

Special Feature

WWE Tag Team Championship Match
The Shield (Roman Reigns & Seth Rollins) vs. The Usos
Money in the Bank Kickoff – July 14, 2013

WWE Money in the Bank 2013 Blu-ray

Blu-ray Exclusives

Monday Night RAW – 8th July, 2013:
– Mark Henry confronts John Cena
– Vickie Guerrero’s Job Evaluation
– Kane vs. Christian
– CM Punk vs. Randy Orton

SmackDown – 12th July, 2013:
– Divas Championship Match Contract Signing
– Sheamus vs. Randy Orton

WWE Money in the Bank 2013 Blu-ray

Both of the next two DVD/BD releases, Money in the Bank 2013 and The Best of WWE at Madison Square Garden, have now been listed here at

Upcoming WWE DVD Blu-ray Releases

WWE CM Punk Chris Jericho Payback 2013

We can confirm that WWE looks to be continuing the trend of a “Best PPV Matches” release at the end of the year. It will be produced on DVD and Blu-ray formats and most likely released toward the end of December domestically and early into the new year overseas.

Look out for more details on “WWE: Best Pay-Per-View Matches of 2013” soon!

WWE PPV now has all 2012 WWE PPV DVDs available for just $5.99 each with free shipping, with the exception of the WrestleMania 28 DVD. Amazon also has most of these deals but a few of the titles remain at full price.

In the video below Shaun Blackford picks his top 10 WWE documentaries released on DVD to date. What would be yours? Let us hear them in the comments section below this article!

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  1. Spritz1999 says:

    Top 10 Docs.:
    10. Randy Orton
    9. Ric Flair: The Ultimate Collection
    8. Twist of Fate
    7. Jake The Snake
    6. Shawn Michaels: Heartbreak and Triumph
    5. Edge: You Think You Know Me
    4. For All Mankind
    3. Best in the World
    2. The Game
    1. Austin: The Most Popular Superstar…

  2. Jared says:

    I picked up MITB BR at best buy Thursday.

  3. THOMAS says:

    Also SummerSlam & Survivor Series 2000 to complete my WWF collection

  4. THOMAS says:

    All I have to get is WWF No Mercy, BackLash, Survivor Series, InVasIon, King Of The Ring, SummerSlam 2001, WrestleMania X-Seven, WrestleMania 2000, King Of The Ring 2000, SummerSlam 1999, WrestleMania XV, Royal Rumble, Judgment Day, Armageddon, No Way Out 2002, BackLash 2003 / 2004 / 2005 to complete the whole WWF / WWE dvd collection

  5. THOMAS says:

    Fantastic video review from Shaun Blackford, regarding the awesome review on his top 10 / top 5 WWF / WWE dvd / blu ray review on CM Punk Best in The World 2 disc blu ray along with the number one documentry blu ray story on the bottom line of the most popular superstar of all time Stone Cold Steve Austin {number one favourite wrestler in my books of all time}, all I can say is fantastic review Shaun, keep it up dude

  6. Daniel Bee says:

    If the Blu-ray remains difficult to find (not sure about that) it’s up on Amazon to pre-order for November as a last resort:

  7. A.C. Slater says:

    Did anyone find the regular DVD in stock at Best Buy? All the stores in my area claim store pickup is not available.

    • @IMDJLUIS says:

      My Best Buy went from having like 50 various WWE DVDs and Blu-Ray titles to about a total of 8 DVD & Blu-Ray titles combined, and this DVD wasn’t one of them. But the 3 Walmarts I went to had a couple of the DVD copies.

  8. @IMDJLUIS says:

    I’d rather WWE just make these Blu-Rays exclusives so you don’t have to worry about whether or not you’ll be able to find one of the 10 copies they printed for the entire country.

  9. @IMDJLUIS says:

    Man I hate when WWE does this. They must have just printed like 10 copies for the entire country. It’s been a while since they’ve done something like this when it becomes impossible to find it where you always find all of their other releases. I went to Best Buy and 3 Walmarts and none of them had it in stock.

  10. LP1 says:

    Just a quick follow-up to my post below. I just opened the package and even though it’s from there’s a sticker on the blu-ray that says “Best Buy Exclusive” just like Payback and other Best Buy exclusive blu-rays. I guess Walmart and Best Buy have some kind of working agreement with each other.

  11. LP1 says:

    In response to people asking about the MITB blu-ray. My order from just arrived today.

  12. A.C. Slater says:

    Anyone else having luck finding the MITB dvd or bluray today? Best Buy says unavailable in stores/backordered for online. Also out of stock at Walmart. Did this not actually get released? I’m physically going to BB later to check.. Great price ($15.99) for the bluray!

  13. Brian says:

    Has anyone in the US seen the blu ray version? BB and WalMart didn’t have it and it’s not available on either website.

  14. Domenic says:

    I think we have a spoiler for the Best PPV Matches of 2013……..

    CM Punk vs. Chris Jericho
    Payback June 16, 2013

    I am just saying.

  15. THOMAS says:

    don’t like the artwork for the dvd itself

  16. Roaster says:

    Would be nice if they could start releasing the best ppv matches in January alongside the best of raw and smackdown set.

  17. LP1 says:

    Ugh. Again the Best PPV Matches gets released before the year is even over. I guess November and December never have any good PPV matches.

    • SRB says:

      I agree with this. This set should be released in February to actually get 1 or 2 matches from each PPV and maybe a little in-between segment explaining the storyline that’s going on. To completely ignore part of the year on a year-end set seems to avoid the initial purpose.

  18. Joe Israel says:

    In response to Shaun’s great vid, I feel like the Michaels and Rock docs are a little overrated. Sure, they both have had great careers, but the actual docs themselves are pretty generic. I’d rather put something like the Rock Vs. Cena doc on a list like this. It elevates above the content and is the most boldly-made doc the WWE has done from a film making standpoint.

    And in hindsight, the Austin doc is really hurt by the 10 minutes dedicated to a season Tough Enough that has already been forgotten. It’s given a ridiculous amount of time. Still hard to not put that doc in the Top 3 though.

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