Photos of WWE’s New ROYAL RUMBLE 2019 DVD Out This Week, Will CROWN JEWEL Ever Be Released?

March 7, 2019 by Daniel Bee

Picked it up yet? We’re talking about the new Royal Rumble 2019 DVD, of course!

The latest WWE DVD release is a 2-disc set as this week the Rumble DVD officially landed in the United States ($14.99; and is scheduled to hit the United Kingdom in less than 2 weeks on both DVD and Blu-ray formats (£16.50;

WWE Royal Rumble 2019 DVD - Photos, Front Cover

The Royal Rumble 2019 cover artwork is a modified version of the Pay-Per-View poster – featured front and center is “The Man” Becky Lynch and the Universal Champion Brock Lesnar.

Becky would win the Women’s Royal Rumble on this night, while Brock successfully defended his title against Finn Bálor. The show saw a WWE Championship contest between Daniel Bryan and AJ Styles, RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey in action against Sasha Banks, and not forgetting Seth Rollins’ Rumble moment when he won the traditional 30-Man Royal Rumble Match.

The newly-released Rumble DVD presents the PPV event that ran over 4 hours and a selection of extras too. Let’s see how it’s going to look on our shelves with these new pics sent in by WDN reader Matthew Tremble.

WWE Royal Rumble 2019 DVD - Photos, Back Cover




Which Superstars will write their names in the WWE history books at the first stop on the Road to WrestleMania? For the first time ever, Ronda Rousey faces one of the biggest tests in her career when she defends her title against “The Boss” Sasha Banks. In a David vs. Goliath type matchup Finn Bálor stands toe-to-toe against Brock Lesnar for the Universal Championship.

Asuka hopes to stop the momentum of “The Man” Becky Lynch in their one-on-one encounter. And “The Phenomenal” AJ Styles hoped to regain the WWE Championship against “The New” Daniel Bryan.

Plus, more!

WWE Royal Rumble 2019 DVD - With Rey Mysterio Topps Trading Card
WWE Royal Rumble 2019 DVD - Photos, Disc Artwork


Special Features…

The extras are all three matches from the Kickoff Show leading into the PPV. There’s also a free Topps trading card found inside the packaging and this one features Rey Mysterio!

WWE - Rey Mysterio Trading Card Free Inside Royal Rumble 2019 DVD

Get your hands on the WWE ROYAL RUMBLE 2019 DVD (or Blu-ray)…

United States: NOW! Get your copy of the Rumble 2019 DVD here on

UK/Europe: March 18th. Get your Rumble 2019 DVD (or Blu-ray) via

Australia: April 17th. Pre-order your Rumble 2019 DVD now over at

WWE Royal Rumble 2019 DVD - Available Now!

With the Rumble DVD in stores now, the next anticipated WWE Home Video release will be “Best of NXT TakeOver 2018” later this month (see the upcoming WWE DVD Release Dates).

The next Pay-Per-View DVD will be Elimination Chamber 2019 on April 2nd.

We’ve received some new shots of the box artwork for the U.S. version of Elimination Chamber which you can check out below – front and back. It was Rey Mysterio earlier but for the next WWE PPV DVD it will be Alexa Bliss featured on a trading card.

WWE Elimination Chamber 2019 DVD - Official Box Artwork


Once the door is locked to the Elimination Chamber, the mayhem begins…

The first-ever WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions will be crowned when The IIconics, The Boss n’ Hug Connection, Carmella an Naomi, Nia Jax and Tamina, Mandy Rose and Sonya Deville, and The Riott Squad go head-to-head inside the Elimination Chamber.

Finn Bálor faces the numbers game when he battles Bobby Lashley and Lio Rush in a Handicap Match for the Intercontinental Championship. WWE RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey tries to keep her championship reign alive against the leader of The Riott Squad, Ruby Riott. In the second Elimination Chamber Match of the evening, Daniel Bryan defends the WWE Championship against Kofi Kingston, Randy Orton, Samoa Joe, Jeff Hardy and AJ Styles. Plus, more!

Who will survive the Elimination Chamber on the Road to WrestleMania?

WWE Elimination Chamber 2019 DVD - Back Cover Artwork

Speaking of PPVs, will WWE ever release Crown Jewel on Home Video?

Apparently not.

Back in October all signs pointed to there being a physical release of the event in early 2019 but plans look to have been scrapped. WWE Home Video UK have confirmed both to us and to their customers that they will not be offering the product and one would assume that’s the case worldwide.

There’s no official word on why, but it would seem plausible it’s related to sensitivity reasons around Saudi Arabia. Unless something changes we won’t be adding Shawn Michaels’ in-ring return to our DVD collections any time soon.

Will WWE Crown Jewel PPV Ever Be Released on DVD?

RARE STUFF: Rarity collectors, go check out eBay seller “storagequeen1973” who tonight is auctioning off a FACTORY SEALED copy of the hard to find and sought after Judgment Day 2002 DVD in its original U.S. version. This is demanding some big bucks!

$199.50Judgment Day 2002 DVD (Sealed)

This seller has also got hold of several other WWF/WWE DVDs in factory sealed condition – some may never be seen again still sealed, so take a look now before they disappear in a few hours.

WWE Judgment Day 2002 DVD - Factory Sealed With Sticker, Rare!

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  1. JOSEPH L OWENS says:

    Did anyone else get the blu ray release of Royal Rumble 2019 from Fremantle? How did you feel about the video quality overall?

  2. Timothy Thorpe says:

    I find it a shame that Crown Jewel won’t see the light of day. I’ve been needing a couple of beer coasters too.

  3. tom says:

    sensitivity reasons haha further proof today’s world is softer then a roll of charmin toilet paper

    • RabidHeat says:

      It’s “soft” to disagree with an innocent man being murdered in cold blood by a country’s Goverment?

      • David says:

        Not even that but just the brutality of the murder. I guess Tom thinks its “soft” that a government sent a hit squad with a bone saw chopping up an innocent man to pieces and dissolving him in acid is acceptable and everyone should be fine with that just so WWE can release the garbage Crown Jewel event held from that hell hole of a country on DVD.

        • tom says:

          so what’s your excuse for all the other murders and people getting shot up in mass shootings? guess there should be dozens of cities that wwe shouldn’t go to or release events from like orlando, dallas, las vegas etc

          • David says:

            Yeah, because a government (that WWE deal with BTW) hiring a hit squad to silence a critic is the exact same as basement dwelling losers shooting random people because they hate their life…oh yeah, both are the same exact thing…

      • tom says:

        it has nothing to do with wrestling. i guess wwe should never have shows in orlando since a guy shot up a night club. that’s just as bad.

  4. RabidHeat says:

    I’ve always found it amusing how Judgment Day 2002 is so rare in the US; I’ve seen used Region 2 copies all the time over the years in UK branches of CEX for a few quid, lol. Still got my copy.

    • Jeff Copeland says:

      years ago i found like the most random ppvs at fye i found like Backlash 02 Judgment day 02 vengeance 02 backlash 01 royal rumble 02 invasion 01 Summerslam 2000

      ALL of those found at fye each were 10 bucks each years ago back in 09 2010. it is crazy that those were rare to find mostly veng and jday cause they were never released in stores only from

      so i don’t get why backlash no mercy 2016 chamber 2015 wernt released as far as crown jewel its probly for the best that ppv was not released

      • BAS says:

        Lucky!!! I recently started my 2002 set and I feel started it the best way possible by getting Judgment Day and Vengeance out of the way. They were $50 each, which was more than I cared to spend them on but let’s be honest, getting either of those for less than $100 is a bargain compared to what we’ve seen them go for. Wish I could’ve been as lucky as you but I’ve seen all the other events go for fairly cheap so no complaints.

  5. BAS says:

    Since we’re on PPVs being released long after the fact, I still don’t see why Elimination Chamber 2015 and Backlash/No Mercy 2016 still can’t be released since Greatest Royal Rumble came out long afterwards. I know, I’m kicking a dead horse here, but how WWE does things is frustrating.

    • Stevie Bell says:

      Elimination Chamber 2015 was released as a 2 disc set with Money In The Bank, atleast in Australia anyway

  6. BAS says:

    I know I’ve said this twice this last week, but if Crown Jewel does get released, it’ll be around the time of the next Saudi Arabia event since Greatest Royal Rumble was released the same month as Crown Jewel. If not, then we can officially rule it out, but we’ll have to wait and see, although I’m not counting on it.

  7. ppv collector says:

    Its a waste that Crown Jewel in not making into DVDs or Blurays.

    • Heartburn Kid says:

      I totally agree just like it was a waste they never made Elimination Chamber 2015 in the US, and a Backlash/No Mercy 2016 double pack

      • LP1 says:

        Not the first time this has happened. The full No Holds Barred PPV from 1989 was never released anywhere. Also the full In Your House October 1995 and In Your House December 1995 events were never released on video in the US. Only a highlight video with select matches from each show was released. Also In Your House: D-Generation X never made it to video in the US. And of course for obvious reasons Over The Edge 1999 wasn’t released. I wouldn’t worry about the Shawn return match. It’ll show up somewhere eventually. Either another DX, Shawn or maybe Taker release.

        • whut says:

          while the complete ppv presentation of “No Holds Barred” hasn’t been released, both the feature film as well as the Hogan/Beefcake vs. Savage/Zeus cage match have (the latter on the first “Supertape”).

        • RabidHeat says:

          And of course more recently, Backlash 2016.

    • RabidHeat says:

      It’s interesting that you use the word “waste”, as a lot of people who watched the show seemed to think it was a waste of a few hours of their life.