Inform Santa – copies of the Survivor Series 2016 DVD have just hit stores!
This week WWE officially released the new Survivor Series DVD to the United States as a 2 DISC set that accommodates the entire event and a selection of special features on top.
If the guy in the red suit isn’t bringing you one, grab a copy yourself right now – the DVD is in stock here on Amazon.com for $19.98 and also here on WWEShop.com where it’s priced just $12.99.
Let’s get a look at the DVD in the flesh (and a freebie found inside) with these new photos…
Last month’s 4 hour PPV spectacular was headlined by the controversial Brock Lesnar vs. Goldberg main event where fantasy became reality (at least for a moment!) and also featured a plethora of matches pitting the RAW and SmackDown Live rosters against each other, including three Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Matches – the men’s, the women’s, and the tag teams.
All of that content (and 6 Home Video extras) is featured across the 2 DVD discs, and inside the packaging you’ll also find a free Topps trading card featuring Andre the Giant!
A special thanks goes out to WDN reader Matthew Tremble for sending in the pics.
After 12 years in exile from sports entertainment, Goldberg brings devastation back to the WWE ring for the long-awaited rematch against “The Beast Incarnate” Brock Lesnar. On the 30th anniversary of Survivor Series, FANTASY WARFARE JUST GOT REAL!
For the first time ever since The Brand Extension, Superstars from both RAW and SmackDown LIVE go head-to-head in traditional 5 vs. 5 Survivor Series Matches. In the ultimate battle of brand supremacy, Kevin Owens, Chris Jericho, Braun Strowman, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins represent Team RAW against the team of SmackDown LIVE’s AJ Styles, Dean Ambrose, Randy Orton, Bray Wyatt, and Shane McMahon.
In a war of The Women’s Revolution, RAW’s Sasha Banks, Charlotte Flair, Bayley, Nia Jax and Alicia Fox take on the SmackDown LIVE team of Nikki Bella, Becky Lynch, Alexa Bliss, Naomi, and Carmella.
Extras are included on both of the Survivor Series 2016 DVD discs, as broke down below.
The UK exclusive Blu-ray edition will also feature these special features, plus a 15 minute segment from RAW in which Goldberg and Lesnar went face-to-face in the run-up to the event.
— Sami Zayn Doesn’t Need Motivation
— Charlotte Has a Message for Team SmackDown Live
— Kevin Owens and Chris Jericho Join the Social Media Lounge
— Who will be the Face of the Cruiserweight Division?
— Survivor Series Kickoff Match
T.J. Perkins, Rich Swann, & Noam Dar vs. Ariya Daivari, Drew Gulak, & Tony Nese
— Survivor Series Kickoff Match
Kane vs. Luke Harper
Get your hands on the WWE SURVIVOR SERIES 2016 DVD (or Blu-ray)…
– USA: NOW! Get hold of the Survivor Series DVD now on Amazon.com or WWEShop.com.
– Australia: January 11th. Pre-order Survivor Series on DVD over at Madman.com.au.
– UK/Europe: January 23rd. Get Survivor Series on DVD (or Blu-ray) here on Amazon.co.uk.
Why not add NXT on it as well
Blu-ray all day, every day. Anyone that prefers DVDs over Blu-rays probably still listens to CD’s instead of iPods. But seriously, WWE has always been behind the times when it comes to home video.
The ironic thing is that while Blu-Ray’s quality is superior to DVD, CD quality is and always will be superior to iPod quality, so I struggle to see what point you are making.
It’s much easier to see the difference in HD video quality than it is to hear the difference between CDs and MP3s, neither of which are completely lossless audio. The real 24-bit audio master tracks provide the best quality, if we’re going to be technical.
Yes mate, but we don’t all live in recording studios, do we? Speak for yourself about it being easier to tell … you’re obviously not much of an audiophile.
I didn’t say there’s no difference between CD and MP3 audio. There is. But if we’re comparing hearing an audio difference to seeing a video difference, it’s much easier to see a video difference, if we’re doing a side-by-side comparison.
Anyway, my original point being about people that are stuck behind the times. The truth is none of this DVD/BD talk will matter in a few years anyway because everything is going digital. Purchasing digital downloads will become the new normal.
Love Blue.. hate Ipods. Go ahead, call me a Tweener. 😉
So dumb that we wouldn’t just make this a Blu Ray
Oh for GOD’S sake. Every single article ever posted, we get this comment. * Yawn *
Blu-World-Order 4 Life.. Delete the DVD’s.. Complaining about others comments again, huh!? You just made the List!
Who the hell still buys DVDs in 2017… I guess people were still buying VHS tapes in 2007…
Stop bitching. It’s not like DVDs are vhs tapes. I still buy DVD. I myself prefer DVD sets over blu- RAYS.
I know, these are obviously people who aren’t old enough to remember that the leap from VHS to DVD was WAY more huge than the leap from DVD to Blu-Ray. Most wrestling fans in America obviously agree otherwise previous Blu-Rays would have sold better and WWE would be producing them, so the fans can blame themselves for the lack of HD releases out there. They shouldn’t have penny-pinched at the time the first WWE Blu-Rays got released, lol.
All I want for Christmas is a glimpse of second quarter of 2017’s planned WWE releases. Enough of this weakest ever end of an year/begin of an year.
Question to the WDN team: do you still report on eventually TNA releases, if/when they release? I heard rumour of a Broken Matt Hardy release being produced? Would love to hear more, if/when its official. 🙂