Something’s Happening With WWE DVDs, Photos of WWE ‘Best Main Events of the Decade: 2010-2020’

August 12, 2020 by Daniel Bee

Something’s happening with

A countdown clock has mysteriously been added to the official website for WWE DVD and Blu-ray releases in the United Kingdom.

The clock runs out mere hours after this year’s SummerSlam.

We say it’s bound to involve some new pre-orders as it’s about that time we heard an announcement on new WWE DVDs for 2020. Who’s excited?!

WWE DVD - Mysterious Countdown Clock

WWE’s new “Best Main Events of the Decade: 2010-2020” just released this week! The 2-disc set is the first WWE DVD title of the year that isn’t one of the standard monthly Pay-Per-Views.

It released on Monday to fans in the UK:

And yesterday to fans across the United States:

Let’s take a closer look! You can grab your copy of the “Best Main Events of the Decade: 2010-2020” DVD by clicking here to, or if you’re in the UK, here on

WWE 'Best Main Events of the Decade' DVD - Photos, Front Cover

Finally, another “non-PPV” release is here, which could easily have not happened if WWE held steady on their initial decision to make the 2020 WWE Home Video schedule PPVs only.

Like the WWE Best of 2000s DVD compiled a best-of for the first decade of the 00’s, the new “Best Main Events” DVD does the same for 2010 through 2020.

This 6-hour collection presents the greatest matches of the past decade — 12 selections beginning with the “Streak vs. Career” Undertaker vs. Shawn Michaels match from WrestleMania 26, and ending with the WWE Championship contest between Drew McIntyre and Brock Lesnar from WrestleMania 36. There’s even a CM Punk appearance, with the inclusion of his unforgettable match with John Cena from Money in the Bank 2011.

Thanks goes out to reader TheDVDFreak for these first look photos.

WWE 'Best Main Events of the Decade' DVD - Photos, Back Cover


Get ready for the main event!

Witness WWE’s greatest marquee matchups from 2010-2020 with The Best Main Events of the Decade. From the first-ever women’s main event at WrestleMania 35, featuring Ronda Rousey vs. Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair, to the unforgettable Streak vs. Career Match that pitted Undertaker against Shawn Michaels, to the battle of Redemption vs. Greatness between The Rock and John Cena, these classics will forever be remembered in the minds of the WWE Universe.

Now, relive all the greatest matches from the last decade featuring Brock Lesnar, Drew McIntyre, Daniel Bryan, AJ Styles, Roman Reigns, Sasha Banks, and much more in this once-in-a-decade collection.

WWE 'Best Main Events of the Decade' DVD - Photos, Inside Packaging

WWE 'Best Main Events of the Decade' DVD - Photos, Disc Artwork


WWE 'Best Main Events of the Decade' DVD - Photos, Disc Artwork

Full Match Listing for WWE “Best Main Events of the Decade: 2010-2020” DVD

WWE 'Best Main Events of the Decade' DVD - Full Match Listing


United States: RIGHT NOW! Get your “Best Main Events” DVD ordered now on

UK/Europe: RIGHT NOW! Get your “Best Main Events” DVD over on

Australia: September 16th. Your pre-order opportunity has now gone live at

WWE 'Best Main Events of the Decade: 2010-2020' DVD - Available Now!

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  1. Impressive! Thanks for sharing this.

  2. DDT says:

    well it looks like they revamping the wwedvd uk website but it has nt been finished yet so probs not a good idea to have announced it. hopefuly it will be ready later

  3. DDT says:

    i meant pre-2012

    • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

      DDT: If anything, this great WDN-team, with most of the passionate collectors of Bluray and / or DVD, is the last batallion advocating for physicals. Lately, there’s just not much new and groundbreaking to be happy about regarding physical releases. That’s not to be blamed on this awesome site. 😉

  4. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

    Everything Bret Hart-documentary related vanished from the Network:
    “The Best there is…” – “Hart family…” – The edited version of “Dungeon Collection…” – “Shawn vs Bret: Greatest rivalry…”- even “Top 50 Superstars” countdown is gone.

    I assume, it is because of some legal rights to video footage, problaly the Stampede footage with Bret in it.

    As a fan, this is another reason in a series of many, that shows the importance of hanging on to the physical media as the main source of what you care for, and have streaming services as an addition in second place:

    Streaming editions can..and will be..altered, changed and some times deleted by the owners, when they feel like it.

    Physical medias are owned by the customer, who paid for it once to own it forever and in its unaltered format and version.

    I love the Network especially when it can add something extended and new to already existing releases on DVD/Bluray. But for me, physical editions will always be number one, mainly for reasons similar to the above mentioned with Bret’s documentaries.

    • DDT says:

      exactly ruthless it is a massive failure of this website that it has not made this case to its readers. basically any wrestling dvd or vhs tape post 2012 is gold.

  5. David says:

    Given how lackluster and lazy these releases are I would not be surprised if its some sort of repackage that we have seen hundreds of thousands of times. I highly doubt it will be anything new and probably some Network show released on crappy quality DVD.

    I’m actually surprised people out there are still buying these garbage releases like Best Main Events of the Decade. These discs are betters used as coasters. It just lets WWE continue releasing crap like this no matter how many times the same matches are included over and over again.

    Too bad there is no AEW home video releases…would love to see them release yearly match compilations from PPVs and Dynamite on Blu-ray.

    • DDT says:

      Hi David, i would love AEW releases to. but the only major people actually releasing non-wwe wrestling DVDs with any regualarity are ROH,PWG and IMPACT i think the best thing is to support them. Particularly as the stars of AEW were the main people in ROH in 2018. If we support ROH, PWG and Impact DVDs then AEW will more likely consider an entry in to the market.
      You can buy IMPACT dvds only direct from impact. PWG from Highspots and some ebay sellers.

    • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

      David:ooooh, it would for sure be All Elite to have a little bit of the Bubble from the Demo God aka le Champion and the rest of the AEW roster, on blue. 😉

  6. whut says:

    or they are closing shop?!

    • DDT says:

      good theory whut you think that they might do closing down sale? have to circle like a vulture. i do howeever think it will be dissapointing whatever it is.

  7. DDT says:

    I only interested in if Payback (for those who avoiding spoilers its a ppv the week after summerslam) gets a dvd realease as i probably wont be able to watch it if it does not. I still hope for at least another volume of NXT. Crazy that it on national tv in the states and it not had a dvd realease since best of NXT takeover 2018. DVD as a format will be more popular with people who watch tv…. and yet there was NXT realeases when you could only watch NXT on the network…

  8. Daniel says:

    I really hope the next rumoured DVD isn’t the last ride documentary. I really hope it’s something new and unique

    • RabidHeat says:

      I just do not have any of that kind of optimism anymore. I wish I did.

    • Timothy J Thorpe says:

      Given the site is a UK/Europe only site, I don’t think it’ll be anything on the level of the Undertaker. I think it’s a sale or a repackage of some kind.