Three New WWE DVD & Blu-Ray Covers Revealed – Including ‘NXT Greatest Matches Vol. 1’

November 26, 2015 by Daniel Bee

WWE Survivor Series 2015 - Logo

Happy Thanksgiving! How about a TRIPLE WWE DVD cover reveal to celebrate?

First up, the official artwork for Survivor Series 2015!

It makes use of the event poster featuring The Undertaker. The extras list for the Survivor Series 2015 DVD (and Blu-ray for the UK) should be confirmed in one of our next updates.

WWE The Best of RAW & SmackDown 2015 - Cover Artwork

Get your copy of the WWE Survivor Series 2015 DVD…

USA: December 22nd. Pre-order it now here on

Australia: January 6th. Pre-order it now through

UK/Europe: January 25th. Pre-order on DVD (or Blu-ray) from


Next it’s “The Best of RAW & SmackDown 2015”.

Here’s the artwork that WWE has planned for the compilation. As you may be able to spot, there is still some tweaking to be done such as adding the “DVD” and “WWE Home Video” logos.

The content for this one is still being finalized, but there are a few hints in the trailer.

WWE The Best of RAW & SmackDown 2015 - Cover Artwork

Get the WWE “Best of RAW & SmackDown 2015” DVD…

Australia: February 3rd. Pre-order your copy now from

UK/Europe: February 8th. Pre-order your copy now here on

USA: February 9th. Pre-order your copy now here on

And finally, “NXT Greatest Matches Vol. 1”.

This one also needs some finishing touches, but here is an initial draft of the planned cover.

It features no less than 10 NXT Superstars of the past and present in Finn Bálor, Kevin Owens, Adrian Neville, Big E, Sami Zayn, Sasha Banks, Charlotte, Becky Lynch, Bayley, and Paige.

Our NXT WEEK match reveals for this set will continue tomorrow – stay tuned!

WWE NXT Greatest Matches Vol. 1 DVD - Cover Artwork

Get the WWE “NXT’s Greatest Matches Vol. 1” DVD or Blu-ray…

UK/Europe: March 7th. Pre-order your copy now here on

USA: March 8th. Pre-order your copy now here on

Australia: TBA. Pre-order your copy soon from

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  1. Vintage Simon says:

    I’m assuming that Rollins isn’t on the cover because WWE wants people to associate him with main roster, rather than a developmental brand. Not saying I agree, but this is all I can think of.

  2. RabidHeat says:

    I do disagree that Rollins should be on the cover – he’s way more synonymous with the WWE now that has had a relatively lengthy main event world title reign on the main roster, and his time in NXT is very little more than just a memory now. NXT also hadn’t quite taken off as such a popular brand in it’s own right when he was still there – it still felt like developmental. Frankly, if you put him on there, people would then bitch that his presence would be taking a spot away from one of the new blood, so you can never win.

  3. Alex says:

    I plan on getting all 3 of these .I’m most excited for the NXT DVD .I don’t have the network cuz we can’t get high speed internet where I live so I’ve never once seen a NXT match or show .So everything will be new to me .I’ve heard how great NXT is.

  4. LP1 says:

    I really like the cover for NXT. Every Women’s Champion to date plus Becky, who deserves to be on there since she is one of the Horsewomen. As for the guys, it’s every NXT Champion with the exception of Rollins. Since they only went with 5 men and 5 women, Rollins is the odd man out, which is fine, because even though Rollins was the first NXT Champion, he really wasn’t there that long. He’s more known now for being in WWE the last 3 years. All 5 of the other male champions on the cover are all more known as being from NXT than Rollins is. A lot of people I’ve talked to didn’t even know that Rollins was in NXT. His biggest run in NXT was during the dark era. June 2012 – September 2012. The time frame right after NXT relaunched as its own brand, but before it was picked up by Hulu as a weekly show.

    • LP1 says:

      I need to correct myself, every NXT Champion besides Rollins is incorrect. Bo Dallas is missing as well. Not that it matters. This isn’t a “History Of The NXT Championship” release.

  5. GEOLINK says:

    LOL Big E on the cover and not Seth Rollins.

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