REVEALED: Trailer, Store Exclusives & More Artwork for WWE WrestleMania 32 DVD & Blu-Ray

April 19, 2016 by Daniel Bee

WWE WrestleMania 32 Poster - Triple H & Roman Reigns

Below, get a look at the official trailer for the WrestleMania 32 DVD/Blu-ray!

We’re now exactly 3 weeks away from WrestleMania 32 hitting stores across the United States — be sure to pre-order your copy of the DVD or Blu-ray by clicking here to

In the UK there will be 6 separate releases for the WrestleMania DVD/Blu-ray this year – the standard DVD, the standard Blu-ray, the Steelbook Blu-ray, the “Ultimate Collector’s” box set, and two unreported store exclusives. That’s the most ever in case you were wondering! can reveal that the UK store exclusives will be found at ASDA and Sainsbury’s. Both shops will be stocking WrestleMania 32 DVDs that have exclusive cover variants that differ to one another. All of the 6 editions we’ve mentioned will hit the UK on June 6th.

As for fans in the United States, FYE stores will most likely be offering a store exclusive WrestleMania 32 DVD with dog tags included inside the packaging. As you may recall, FYE’s exclusive has been a yearly tradition dating all the way back to the WrestleMania 26 DVD.

Shown here is a reminder of the cover and a look at more of the planned artwork.

WWE WrestleMania 32 DVD - Cover Artwork

Welcome to the biggest WrestleMania of them all!

The Authority and The Roman Empire clash in the main event of WrestleMania when the 14-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion Triple H defends his coveted title against Roman Reigns. Shane McMahon risks it all for control of Monday Night Raw when he battles Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell Match that will decide both of their fates.

The Divas Revolution comes full circle as Charlotte, Sasha Banks, and Becky Lynch compete against each other in a Triple Threat Match to become the inaugural WWE Women’s Champion. “The Lunatic Fringe” Dean Ambrose faces his biggest challenge to date when he enters Suplex City to face “The Beast Incarnate” Brock Lesnar in a No Holds Barred Street Fight.

On this night, WWE Superstars become heroes, heroes become legends, and legends become immortal at WrestleMania.

WWE WrestleMania 32 DVD - Back Cover Artwork

Get your copy of the WWE WrestleMania 32 DVD or Blu-ray…

USA: May 10th. Pre-order your copy now here on

Australia: May 18th. Pre-order your copy now over at

UK/Europe: June 6th. Pre-order your copy now here on

We noted that WWE just released a “Roman Reigns: Ultimate Fan Pack” to Kmart stores – essentially a budget action figure that also contains a few bonuses, one of which is a DVD.

No word on its content as yet, but here’s a closer look at the cover artwork:

WWE Roman Reigns DVD - Figure Fan Pack Exclusive

The next WWE DVD incoming is “The U.S. Championship – A Legacy of Greatness”.

JBL is the host as revealed yesterday and he will be shown on the back cover artwork, as confirmed by this new shot of the finished DVD, courtesy of WrestlingSuperStore:

WWE U.S. Championship: Legacy of Greatness DVD - New Artwork

The next WWE DVD landing in the UK is Fastlane 2016, with an exclusive Blu-ray too!

It’s out this coming Monday, April 25th. Fastlane was of course headlined by the Triple Threat Match between Roman Reigns, Brock Lesnar and Dean Ambrose. Watch a clip below:

The next Kayfabe Commentaries DVD release is expected to drop later today…

“Timeline: The History of WCW – 1997”, a 3 hour double disc set featuring Kevin Nash! It won’t be the last you see of Nash on KC DVD sets as they have his “Guest Booker” coming too.

Other titles in the works include a new series called “Bombshells” featuring shoot interviews with the women of wrestling, another new series called “Next Evolution” with Gabe Sapolsky interviewing EVOLVE and DGUSA talent, “YouShoot” with Joey Ryan, along with another installment of “Back to the Territories” which is slated to cover Indianapolis with guest Baron Von Raschke.

Huge Collection of Kayfabe Commentaries Timeline DVDs

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  1. Mr. Entertainment says:

    I am sorry, I enjoy watching the U.K. fans on “RAW” every year and “NXT TakeOver: London” last year. They do deserve a “WrestleMania.” However, is it fair for fans in the U.S. to not get the 6 different versions of “WrestleMania 32” release as well?

  2. RabidHeat says:

    Really not a fan of how in the paragraphs on the back they discuss the four biggest matches, then the pre-show matches get listed below, with no mention of the rest of the card. I would actually prefer them to list the whole card and say “+ three bonus kick-off show matches”, if they can’t list absolutely everything.

    Just really prefer a list as opposed to an essay as it reminds you better of what happened at the show a few years from now when you take it off your shelf without having to open the thing.

  3. Todd Cash says:

    Wrestlemania 32 was the shits…Ole Anderson said so…

  4. Nicolas Hébert says:

    Wrestlemania IX and XI were the worst Wrestlemania of all time!!! No contest.

  5. Brad Attitude says:

    I hate them spoiler covers!!!

  6. GEOLINK says:

    So no steelbook in US for Mania…

    • Daniel Bee says:

      Yeah Best Buy’s Steelbook Blu-ray is still coming. Maybe should have mentioned that again above but have done a fair few times now.

  7. LP1 says:

    I like how on the back of the Mania 32 cover it says Shane and Taker will battle in a “match that will decide both of their fates.” Lol No. It actually didn’t. In fact it decided just the opposite. Shane lost yet he still ended up running Raw anyway and the word going around is that Taker may really be retired this time. The stipulation of that match was a joke.

    • AD Degreez says:

      I wouldn’t say it’s the worst mania like everyone else, but it did look weak compared to 31 and 30. But I can remember when wm 30 was being put together the same things were said because precious punk wasn’t goin to be there untill Bryan won the chance to be in main event and it was 100% he was going to win title. long story short ill still buy blu ray so I have it with the rest. Haha

      • David says:

        Even last year people were saying WM31 would be the worst ever. In fact as far as I can remember fans were saying WM would be the worst ever every year since WM17. There are archive boards out there dating back from around 1998 and you should really see what people were complaining about, its basically the same thing now but replace guys like Austin and Rock with Cena and Reigns or replace Angle, Benoit, Jericho and Guerrero with guys like Cesaro, Owens, Ziggler. For example, when dirtsheets were saying WM17 would be Austin/Rock for the WWE title the IWC were hating on it complaining how Rock and Austin bury talent and never put anyone over and hogging the main event at WM again…same thing when it was announced for WM19…the same crying and moaning like always.

        In the end, wrestling fans are never satisfied and will never be. Even back in the Attitude Era with the internet WWE was getting so much hate as well hoping they would go out of business due to WCW…it wasn’t as noticeable due to the internet not as big as today, but now everyone seems to think they are expert couch and keyboard bookers because they watch the program 30 hours a week and go on message boards and youtube to rant about their ridiculous ideas about how they are the cure to wrestling booking…its honestly a joke now and I don’t blame WWE for not listening to the smart asses who think they can run WWE and think they can be Vince McMahon.

        • LP1 says:

          I’m not sure what any of this has to do with my comment. All I said was the stipulation in the Shane-Taker match ended up being pointless.

          • RabidHeat says:

            I can’t see what it has to do with your perfectly valid comment about the Shane/Taker match either. Looks like David just wanted to have a rant.

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