Exclusive: Photos of Next Week’s WWE SummerSlam 2013 DVD

September 15, 2013 by Daniel Bee

WWE SummerSlam Logo

SummerSlam 2013 is released this Tuesday on DVD and Blu-ray! You can order your copy of either format in time for then over at Amazon.com or WWEShop.com.

Below, with thanks to long-time WDN supporter Dan Mader, here are first look photos of the DVD. Also, we’ve laid out the list of extras you can expect to see on both versions.

WWE SummerSlam 2013 DVD

WWE SummerSlam 2013 DVD

The biggest party of the summer returns to L.A. where a divided WWE Universe looks on as John Cena defends the WWE Championship against his hand-picked challenger, Daniel Bryan. Will Bryan finally prove to the doubters that he is Championship material or will Cena cool off the hottest superstar of 2013? CM Punk is seething to avenge Paul Heyman’s betrayal and prove once and for all he is the best in the world… but first, The Best must slay The Beast, Brock Lesnar.

Christian looks to cap off his successful comeback by seizing the World Heavyweight Championship from the dangerous Alberto Del Rio. And the frightening Bray Wyatt makes his SummerSlam debut when he steps into a hellish Ring of Fire to meet WWE’s original demon, Kane.

WWE presents the 26th annual SummerSlam!

WWE SummerSlam 2013 DVD

DVD Extra

WWE United States Championship
Dean Ambrose vs. Rob Van Dam
SummerSlam Kickoff – August 18, 2013

Blu-ray Exclusives

Monday Night RAW – August 12, 2013:
– Daniel Bryan vs. Wade Barrett
– Randy Orton vs. Damien Sandow
– Mr. McMahon Picks a Special Referee for SummerSlam
– Miz TV with John Cena & Daniel Bryan
– CM Punk vs. Paul Heyman

SmackDown – August 16, 2013:
– Bray Wyatt Tells a Story About Kane
– Daniel Bryan vs. Wade Barrett (No DQ Match)

WWE SummerSlam 2013 DVD


Get your hands on SUMMERSLAM 2013…


US Release: September 17th. Get it now.

AU Release: September 18th. Get it now.

UK Release: October 28th. Get it now


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  1. Slogan says:

    Poor choice for front cover and back cover as giveaway results. Just terrible marketing for DVD sets when it comes to coves like these. You don’t see TNA and UFC doing this. This is just an example of laziness and WWE desperately wanting people to buy their PPVs

  2. Vincenzzzzzo says:

    One of the best PPV’s this year, SummerSlam 2013. I’m glad they put a couple Daniel Bryan vs Wade Barrett matches as Blu-ray exclusives. They had a good series going for a couple weeks there. I hope at least Night of Champions and the new PPV Battleground gets the Blu-ray treatment this year.

  3. SRB says:

    I really doubt the cover really spoiled the event outcome for anyone. I’ve always voted for poster-like covers rather than in-ring shots just due to quality and creativity. But, doesn’t everyone pretty much order the pay per view or read about it online? If you read about it the day after, that’s the spoiler, not the cover.

  4. RabidHeat says:

    So we only get “highlights” of the RVD/Ambrose match?

  5. Ballsinyourmouth Steve says:

    What a lazy effort. I guess all the money and production was invested into the Triple H documentary.

  6. Jamyn Blanton says:

    WOW another spoiler cover.

    • JT says:

      Who cares? I mean if you try to actually avoid knowing what happened at Summerslam before buying it, that means until it’s released, you’re not watching Raw or Smackdown for the next 3 or 4 weeks, you’re not going to any wrestling sites, etc.. You’ll always be like a month behind of everyone when it comes to knowing what’s going on all so you can be surprised when you watch Summerslam. How’s that make sense? And with Randy Orton being “the face of the WWE”, the cover makes sense. May not be the best cover, but it makes sense regardless.

      • captain planet says:

        Spoiler cover in the sense that if you weren’t watching at this time, or if you forgot the event, the second you see this cover, you know the result. It’s just annoying to know results ahead of time smack dab on the cover like that.

  7. David says:

    Cue the people complaining about SPOILING the title match on the back cover….but oh wait! its the IWC’s favorite Daniel Bryan, so its automatically overlooked.

  8. LP1 says:

    “United States Championship Match Highlights”

    That doesn’t sound good. Not sure why they can’t include the full match. Hopefully they did.

    • Daniel Bee says:

      I heard on the last PPV DVD the pre-show match was cut down in length too, right? Maybe the full PPV + extra match goes over the DVD’s runtime. All I can think of.

      • LP1 says:

        Right. The Shield vs Usos pre-show match from Money In The Bank is edited, but it was edited on the blu-ray too. I can see maybe editing it for the DVD, but there’s no reason to edit for the blu-ray.

        • David says:

          It does seem WWE doesn’t go over 3 hrs on PPV DVDs since switching to HD.

          From what i gathered the Shield vs. Usos from MITB was about 15 minutes long so its likely they edited it due to time constraints on the DVD…but its pretty stupid to edit the match on the Blu-ray too.

          As for RVD vs. Ambrose it ran close to 14 minutes, so i think it will be edited, which again is pretty stupid for the Blu-ray especially.

          • WWEWWFWWE says:

            From what i gather the Summerslam 2013 PPV ran for 2hrs 50 mins (2hrs 47 mins when they cut out ads and promotions for the dvd/bluray) so most likely they will edit the first 4 mins of the Pre-Show Match and join in when the Shield Came down to interfere along with mark henry and big show.

            If they include the tag team turmoil kick off show match on the Night of champions 2013 DVD/Blu-ray, i think they will edit it that to cause it ran for 15 mins and the night of champions 2013 ppv ran for 2hrs 52mins!!

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