Exclusive: TNA DVD UK Re-Launched; Promo Code & Release Dates Revealed

September 11, 2014 by Daniel Bee

TNA Bound for Glory 2013 DVD

Clear Vision’s TNA Wrestling DVD website has finally re-launched to fans in the UK and Europe. You can see the new site live now, here at TNADVD.co.uk.

EXCLUSIVE: As a WrestlingDVDNews.com reader you can get 20% off any order of TNA DVDs placed on the new site, with no minimum spend required! Simply use promo code “WDVDN20“. The code will expire 2 weeks today on September 25th.

Below is the cover art for “One Night Only: Joker’s Wild II”, coming to DVD next month.

TNA Wrestling - Joker's Wild II DVD Cover

Bound for Glory 2013 is the newest TNA DVD in stock right now on the website. Below is a list of upcoming titles in the works and their planned street dates to stores.

TNADVD.co.uk will release the DVDs slightly before any quoted release dates.

One Night Only: Joker’s Wild II – October 20th
Slammiversary XII (2014) – November 10th
One Night Only: Global Impact Japan 2014 – December 8th
One Night Only: Tournament of Champions 2013 – December 22nd

On the WWE side of things in the UK, Money in the Bank 2014 will be released by WWEDVD.co.uk this coming Monday. That’s a DVD and a UK exclusive Blu-ray edition.

As reported, the UK exclusive Blu-ray will have 1 hour and 20 minutes of extras made up of segments/matches from RAW, Smackdown and Main Event in the lead up to the PPV.

WWE Money in the Bank 2014 Blu-ray - UK Exclusive

Here’s what WWE DVD release dates to the UK and Europe look like from now until the end of October. All 5 of the below titles are available to pre-order now via WWEDVD.co.uk.

Money in the Bank 2014 – September 15th
Battleground 2014 – September 29th
The Best of Sting – October 9th
John Cena: Greatest Rivalries – October 20th
SummerSlam 2014 – October 27th

“Hart & Soul: The Hart Family Anthology” looks to be the next WWE DVD incoming to the WWE Network. The 2010 documentary has a runtime of about 1 hour and 40 minutes.

We’ve listed that on our “WWE DVDs on WWE Network” page of the site.

Also, we hear “Greatest Superstars of the 21st Century” will be added to the Network on 9/13.

WWE Network - Hart & Soul The Hart Family Anthology Logo

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  1. John Peterson says:

    Still waiting for TNA To release DVDS Here in this country.I wish they were able to sign to a new DVD Distributor so they could be out faster.Its been months since they’ve released a DVD.

  2. Tommy B says:

    Just used the promo code on my order. Thanks guys 😀

  3. Matt LiLoia says:


    • Daniel Bee says:

      I see a few comments coming in about this on different WDN articles. Sorry to say but I think this is just yet another error that’s happened. September 30th is just too soon.

  4. attitude.era.4life says:

    thanks for the promo code, Wdn guys.. 😉 used it only for Bound for Glory 2012, since I am close to have used up my budget for this month regarding dvd/bluray.. 🙁

    but.. gonna be great to re-visit that awesome Streetfight between Roode and Storm, and for less than 9 pounds, ship costs included. 🙂

  5. Gene says:

    Does TNA’s UK site refuse to ship to the USA just like Fremantle and Silver Vision before them do?

    • Daniel Bee says:

      Think so, yeah. Usually it’s a case of their agreement with WWE/TNA only covering Europe etc though, rather than just refusing worldwide sales for the sake of it.

  6. Dan Marren says:

    Im half tempted to get a region free dvd player just so I can get/watch TNA’s dvd’s on a reasonable time from the event happening, any reason why TNA takes so long to get dvd’s out in USA cause if I remember right the BFG dvd came out in like March/April

    • David says:

      I assume because TNA have been producing their DVDs in-house in the US compared to using a third party distributor and publisher which would have paid TNA to have the right to sell and publish home videos in US/Canada. Now its basically coming out of TNA’s pocket to produce these events on DVDs and with their financial trouble its probably why they have been taking so long.

      The company they used went bankrupted few years ago and doesn’t seem like they have any other company lined-up.

      Bound for Glory came out around May this year – about 7 months after the ppv which is pretty damn long – it doesn’t even take movies that long to be released on DVD/Blu-ray after they air in theaters.

      • SRB says:

        There are plenty of free downloadable players that are region free. Buy the dvds and download the player. Watch them on the computer.

      • LP1 says:

        TNA has a lot more important things to worry about right now instead of DVDs, like whether or not they’ll even be in business come the end of the year.

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