Survivor Series 2012 Blu-ray Extras, New WWE DVDs Streaming on Netflix

December 18, 2012 by Daniel Bee

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WWE Survivor Series 2012 is released today on DVD and Blu-ray. Grab your copy now at or

The full, official content listing for both versions follows below.

Deception and foul play have brought CM PUNK to the brink of a year-long title reign. But can he survive with the odds stacked against him as he defends his coveted WWE Championship against RYBACK and JOHN CENA in a Triple Threat Match? Plus, the Celtic Warrior SHEAMUS looks to take back the World Heavyweight Championship from the man he lost it to, The World s Largest Athlete, BIG SHOW. And MICK FOLEY is back in WWE to lead five talented and eclectic Superstars into battle against the fearsome TEAM ZIGGLER when WWE presents SURVIVOR SERIES!

Team Foley vs. Team Ziggler
Team Hell No, Randy Orton, Kofi Kingston & The Miz vs. Dolph Ziggler, Damien Sandow, David Otunga, Alberto Del Rio & Wade Barrett

Triple Threat Match for the WWE Championship
CM Punk vs. John Cena vs. Ryback

World Heavyweight Championship Match
Big Show vs. Sheamus

Divas Championship Match
Eve vs. Kaitlyn

United States Championship Match
Antonio Cesaro vs. R-Truth

Rey Mysterio & Sin Cara vs. The Prime Time Players

Special Feature

CM Punk & Paul Heyman share their thoughts at Survivor Series
18th November 2012

Blu-ray Exclusive Extras
WWE Survivor Series 2012 Blu-ray
RAW – 12th November, 2012:

– Dolph Ziggler & Vickie Guerrero accuse AJ Lee

– Ryback vs. Brad Maddox

– Kane & The Miz vs. Team Rhodes Scholars

– Non-Title Match: CM Punk vs. John Cena

SmackDown – 6th November, 2012:

– Miz TV with Team Foley

– Randy Orton & The Miz vs. Dolph Ziggler & Alberto Del Rio

Click to buy your copy of Survivor Series 2012 today.

Australian fans click to pre-order for January.

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Kyle Willard sent word of new WWE updates to Netflix. The main features/documentaries of The 50 Greatest Finishing Moves in WWE History, Rock vs. Cena: Once in a Lifetime, and nWo: The Revolution are now available for instant streaming.

WWE nWo New World Order

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  1. Thomas says:

    Survivor Series 1990, 2000, 2001, 2002 & 2003 was much more better than 2004 up to 2007

  2. FUCK says:

    wow this soo old i knew those were on netflix since last week i already watch them already thanks for the updated big ben

  3. Beerad30 says:

    Only a matter of time before Attitude DVD and RAWS top 100 moments become available on Netflix

  4. Ryan says:

    I agree on Toronto being a great city for wrestling. One of my favorite cities to visit as well.

    Chicago is another great wrestling town.

  5. Scott says:

    I was there live for Survivor Series. Even got a chair!

    However the building wasn’t full, the crowd wasn’t very into the show. They’d come alive every now and again, but it was very ho hum. However, the crowds I was apart of in St. Louis for both the Royal Rumble and Raw 1000 were off the charts. Sorry Indianapolis, but I don’t see another WWE PPV coming your way anytime soon.

    As for the Survivor Series Blu Ray, I’m getting it simply because I’m a completist lol.

    • Dave says:

      I agree, the crowd wasn’t really that great, considering Survivor Series was a good event. Don’t think WWE should consider Indianapolis for their major ppvs.

      I went to Wrestlemania 18, Summerslam 2004 and Unforgiven 2006 in Toronto and it was an AMAZING experience. The crowd for all three events were electric all night, especially WM18. Bought them on DVD too and it came out great on television.

      I hope WWE will hold another WM in Toronto or any other major event like Royal Rumble.

      The crowd could really make a ppv much more enjoyable.

  6. Kyle Willard says:

    Watched the nWo documentary twice. Short, but still a great documentary. Rock/Cena was great too. Top 50 finishing moves was ehh. Not awful, but doesn’t really warrant a re-watch


    i thought the extras with the raw highlights and smackdown highlights are after the ppv, it was reported that with Night of champions 2012 blu-ray extras are the raw and smackdown highlights after the ppv, is this exclusive to the uk/europe or the just made a exemption cause its Survivor Series??