Exclusive: Photos of WWE Royal Rumble 2014 DVD – Released Next Week!

February 21, 2014 by Daniel Bee

Royal Rumble 2014 will be released on DVD and Blu-ray this Tuesday! You can get hold of it from $16.99 at WWEShop.com, or from $17.94 over at Amazon.com.

WWE Royal Rumble 2014 Logo

Below, with special thanks to WDN reader David Hulver, here are first look photos of the full artwork on DVD version. Also, we’ve laid out the list of extras you can expect to see.

WWE Royal Rumble 2014 DVD Photos

The face of WWE, Randy Orton, defends the newly unified WWE World Heavyweight Championship against John Cena in what could be the biggest rematch in WWE History. Awaiting the Champion of Champions will be the WWE Superstar who can outlast 29 other men in the epic 30-man Royal Rumble Match. Will the last man standing be “The Animal” Batista, who just returned to WWE after almost 4 years to reclaim his place at the top of the food chain?

Plus, behemoths Brock Lesnar and Big Show collide. And after infiltrating the inner sanctum of The Wyatts, Daniel Bryan tries to silence the family patriarch once and for all. The road to WrestleMania begins at one of WWE’s proudest traditions, Royal Rumble.

WWE Royal Rumble 2014 DVD Photos

WWE Royal Rumble 2014 DVD Photos


Match Listing

Daniel Bryan vs. Bray Wyatt

Big Show vs. Brock Lesnar

WWE World Heavyweight Championship Match
Randy Orton vs. John Cena

2014 Royal Rumble Match


Royal Rumble Kickoff
WWE Tag Team Championship Match
Cody Rhodes & Goldust vs. New Age Outlaws

– WWE Superstars Draw Their Numbers for the Royal Rumble

– Randy Orton Comments on the Wyatt Family Controversy

– An Exclusive Interview with Batista


WWE Royal Rumble 2014 DVD Photos


Get your hands on Royal Rumble 2014…


US Release: This Tuesday! Click to pre-order.

AU Release: March 5th. Click to pre-order.

UK Release: April 14th. Click to pre-order


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  1. RabidHeat says:

    What really bugs me more than anything is Mark Henry’s mug taking up space on that cover when he wasn’t at the event. He’s even more visible on the Blu-Ray cover.

  2. DrD says:

    Like anyone’s gonna buy this sh1t. One of the worst Rumbles ever!!!

  3. William Moulton says:

    So they couldn’t fit all 4 matches on the back?

  4. Tommy B says:

    The WWE DVD UK site considers £9.99 a sale price?

    I really miss SilverVision.

    • Vintage Simon says:

      Agreed. It’s no wonder the WWE DVD market in Europe all but collapsed in 2013 (based on the figures in the year-end financial data).

  5. Me says:

    They did not edit the “F**k You, Cena” chants out of WM 22. I have the DVD, and it’s there loud and clear.

    I also have one of Cena’s DVDs which contains the ECW One Night Stand ’06 match vs. Van Dam, and all of the negative chants are still there loud and clear, complete with cursing. I was actually surprised by that, since Cena is marketed toward kids. I was glad they didn’t edit that.

  6. josh m says:

    There is a long history of editing the sound. To think otherwise is silly.

  7. Jake E says:

    John Cena vs Randy Orton in what could be one of the worst re-matches in history – They were right 🙂

  8. ekkoes4life says:

    I eager awaits the reception Rumble ’14 release will recieve..if there are so much as a single edit or alternation of crowd reactions through out the show, this release will be the first pass on dvd for me for my favorite ppv concept. I love the Bryan/Wyatt match, and I like this to be in my collection, IF it turns out to be Punk’s finale WWE performance.

    But dammed, if it is cut and edited. WWE has done plenty of editing and cutting before, when it did’nt suit them some elements. Let’s hope they leave it as it is, a piece of history, unaltered.

    • AJ says:

      Ehhh…maybe someone can freshen my mind, but I don’t believe WWE has actually ever edited crowd noise on DVD releases. Sure, they edit music they can longer use, edit choking due to their younger audience, and the Benoit edits, which are obvious. I don’t remember them editing crowd noise out. That’s kind of an overreaction, just looking at something to be upset about.

      • GEOLINK says:

        Pretty sure they heavily edited out the chants during Cena vs. RVD at One Night Stand.

        And most famously edited out the “F*** you Cena” and other chants during Triple H vs. Cena at WrestleMania 22.

      • ekkoes4life says:

        With modern technology today, and some knowledge of using that, I’m pretty sure they can, will and like Geolink just points out truely, they have already done that in the past.

        I understand the times we are in right now are not for middle-finger gestures, signs that (for some) may be offensive and other attitude/ruthles agression/toothles agression eras kind of stuff.

        But..it has a very historic feel to it, just like Wrestlemani XX, Lesnar/Goldberg match. Back then, WWE had the balls to release it without cutting and editing the rather vocal crowd reaction.

        I can only hope that they still have balls, and still let the socalled Universe really be part of the scenario and part of the history.

      • Vintage Simon says:

        They edit the crowd noise on Smackdown every single week, so it’s definitely within reason that they might edit out anything they didn’t like from this too. But I’m with the OP – if they do, then I’ll pass.

      • Justin F says:

        While it’s hard to prove, you’ll definitely know if they edited the crowd during the Rumble (when they chanted Daniel Bryan, when they booed with Rey Mysterio came out, when Batista won, etc…)

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