EXCLUSIVE: Pre-Release Photos of WWE’s Incoming ‘RANDY ORTON – RKO Outta Nowhere’ DVD

November 11, 2016 by Daniel Bee

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Your WWE DVD collection is about to get hit by the R–K–O!

WWE will officially release their brand new “Randy Orton – RKO Outta Nowhere” DVD & Blu-ray to the United Kingdom this coming Monday and to the United States this coming Tuesday.

Get your pre-order locked in and ready for next week by clicking here to Amazon.com.

It’s time to get eyes on exclusive, pre-release photos of that U.S. version!

WWE 'RANDY ORTON - RKO Outta Nowhere' DVD - Photos, Front Cover

“Randy Orton – RKO Outta Nowhere” is the big 3-disc WWE DVD release of November, a near-7 hour compilation that will feature 19 matches (make that 8 hours with 23 matches if you go Blu-ray) that span Randy Orton’s entire career – from his debut in OVW, his evolution from “The Man of Destiny” to “The Legend Killer”, all the way through to “The Viper” we know today.

On top of all those matches will be newly produced segments involving the man himself, presented as hybrid sit-down interview/documentary-style chapters that see Randy Orton discuss the bouts featured and the Superstars he went to war with. Check out Orton revealing his candid thoughts on Christian in this teaser, or catch the 30 minute “First Look” over on the WWE Network.

Thanks goes out to WDN reader “JayJayRock206” for contributing to this post.

WWE 'RANDY ORTON - RKO Outta Nowhere' DVD - Photos, Back Cover

WWE 'RANDY ORTON - RKO Outta Nowhere' DVD - Exclusive Photos



As one of the most unpredictable and volatile Superstars in WWE history, Randy Orton defines his legacy by injuring others, capturing championships, and RKOing anybody who gets in his way.

Witness the metamorphosis of “The Apex Predator” in this complete collection highlighting his entire sports-entertainment career.

From his first match in OVW, to his introduction to the WWE Universe in 2002, to his transformation into “The Legend Killer,” to becoming “The Viper” of today, this set shows why Randy Orton is one of the greatest Superstars to ever slither into a WWE ring.

WWE 'RANDY ORTON - RKO Outta Nowhere' DVD - Photos, Disc Artwork
WWE 'RANDY ORTON - RKO Outta Nowhere' DVD - Photos, Content Listing

Runtime Info (approx.)

DISC 1: 1 hour and 56 minutes.
DISC 2: 1 hour and 52 minutes.
DISC 3: 2 hours and 45 minutes.

The Blu-ray edition of “RKO” is set to include 1 hour and 25 minutes of extra content.

Full Content Listing for WWE “Randy Orton – RKO Outta Nowhere” on DVD & Blu-ray…


WWE 'RANDY ORTON - RKO Outta Nowhere' DVD - Exclusive Photos

WWE 'RANDY ORTON - RKO Outta Nowhere' DVD - Exclusive Photos

WWE 'RANDY ORTON - RKO Outta Nowhere' DVD - Exclusive Photos

Grab a copy of WWE’s incoming “RANDY ORTON – RKO Outta Nowhere” DVD or Blu-ray…

UK/Europe: This Monday! Get the “RKO” DVD or Blu-ray now here on Amazon.co.uk.

USA: This Tuesday! Get the “RKO” DVD or Blu-ray now here on Amazon.com.

Australia: December 7th. Get your “RKO” DVD on pre-order now via Madman.com.au.

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  1. Matthew Tremble says:

    I was able to get the Blu-Ray early and do a review on my YouTube channel: Matthew Tremble

  2. NOTORIOUS ONE says:

    Here’s the Blu-ray preview!…

    Blue case and one picture on the insert.

  3. RabidHeat says:

    This BluRay vs. DVD argument on EVERY SINGLE THREAD is really getting old. Yes, they are better, but if enough wrestling fans had gone out of their way to buy them in the past, then WWE would make them – it’s about PROFIT. WWE aren’t going to put them out just to be nice and run them at a loss. The fanbase has themselves to blame for buying more DVDs than BluRays. Just because some of you out there would buy the BluRays, it doesn’t change that fact. WWE have obviously monitored their sales and not enough people care about BluRays enough; not in wrestling fan terms anyway; movies is another story.

    Just sick of reading it on every topic.

    • Brad Attitude says:

      Bluray exclusives stuff have been average now. I prefer to just get the DVD.

    • LP1 says:

      Wrestling fans aren’t to blame. Blu-rays are still sold in the UK. So obviously wrestling fans there are buying them. The real blame should go to whoever mishandled the scheduling of blu-ray PPVs releases in the US several years ago. When WWE started releasing all the monthly PPVs on blu-ray in late 2010, they only sold them in Best Buy stores with little to no advertising. And by the summer of 2011 they gave up on it. That was over 5 years ago. People are more apt to buy blu-rays now than they were 5-6 years ago. If WWE is measuring their sales from 5-6 years ago and using that as an excuse for why they’re not being sold today then that’s a bad business decision. I just think it comes down to WWE rather having their US audience subscribe to the Network where they can watch every new show in HD. The timing makes sense too since they first announced the Network was coming in the summer of 2011. That’s when they stopped making the monthly PPVs in the US. They’d rather not make money on DVDs/BRs in the US and have people get the Network instead. Just like they killed their PPV business by having people get the Network instead of spending $55 on regular PPV.

      • foley is good says:

        PPV business was going to die anyway. Who wants to spend $55 for 3 hours of entertainment. Going by the US why wouldn’t you want 5 months of entertainment instead of one PPV.

        • LP1 says:

          PPV as a business is stronger now than it’s ever been. Just not for WWE. The Mayweather-Pacquiao fight last year did an all time ridiculous record of over 4 million PPV buys. UFC in the last 6 months did their 2 biggest PPV buyrates of all time at 1.6 million and higher for their Conor McGregor PPVs. So anyone who says the PPV industry is dying is completely clueless. Bottom line, if you put out a product that people are willing to pay for, they will. If you don’t, they won’t. And that goes for PPV, the Network, DVDs/BRs, etc.

  4. R&REXPRESS#1 says:

    No thank you!!

  5. Justin F says:

    Worst DVD of the year incoming.

    • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

      Absolutely with you there..especially, since this originally was suppose to be OMG vol. 3: ECW!

      Orton fans might be happy, but, I really don’t understand why WWE did not wait untill next year with this release: Orton will have 15 anniversary for WWE debut on mainroster, and..

      I predict, he is going to win the Rumble…since, he and Brock are now the only ones of the “oldtimers” Ultimate Top dogs, that have not won the Rumble twice.

  6. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

    we have now reached a new low regarding runtimes on the (outdated) DVD discs: not just 1 but now 2 discs in a multiple discs set are below 2 hours!

    Really that cheaper producing DVD discs with lesser and lesser content on, than lesser Bluray discs, that can contain more and more content???

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